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Advances in medical technology are reshaping the practice of medicine and helping people live longer, healthier lives. The Next-Generation Medical Technology series examines all of these ideas and events. Real-world examples, fully documented quotes, and side bars add insight and interest to this fascinating subject.
Olivia Reynolds and her twin brother Liam have been best friends their whole lives. But ever since he started dating, Liam has barely had time for Olivia, making her feel powerless and alone. Blaming his string of girlfriends, Olivia does whatever she can to drive them away. Until she meets Zoey, Liam's latest fling. A call-it-like-she-sees-it kind of girl, Zoey sees right through Olivia's tricks. What starts as verbal sparring turns into surprising intimacy, and then something different builds
Sometimes trees can look healthy on the outside, but actually be dying inside. These trees fall unexpectedly during a storm." For high school senior Parker Rabinowitz, anything less than success is a failure. A dropped extracurricular, a C on a calc quiz, a non-Jewish shiksa girlfriendùone misstep, and his meticulously constructed life splinters and collapses. The countdown to HYP (Harvard, Yale, Princeton) has begun, and he will stay focused. That's why he has to keep it a secret. The pocketful
Grace Lafferty, an eighteen-year-old wing-walker, thrills crowds with barrel rolls and loop-the-loops in hopes of making enough money to get to the 1922 World Aviation Expo. When one of her maneuvers saves a pilot's life, a film studio offers Grace a chance at a coveted Hollywood contract. But after a stunt goes wrong, Grace must decide whether her life is worth risking for one final trick.
Teen starlet Emma Crawford loves playing matchmaker almost as much as she loves the spotlight, but when Emma comes in close contact with the darker side of Hollywood, she starts to question the glamorous world she's always known and realizes her role in it needs to change-if she can find the courage to go off script.
This nonfiction book for middle readers profiles twenty environmental defenders of color from around the world. Their individual stories show that the intersection of environment and ethnicity is an asset to protecting our planet. Illustrated with photos of each of the people profiled.|One Earth profiles Black, Indigenous and People of Color who live and work as environmental defenders. From saving ancient trees on the West Coast of Canada, to protecting the Irrawaddy dolphins of India, to uncov
When synthetic opioids were developed a quarter-century ago, many physicians believed the drugs would help alleviate the pain caused by severe injuries and debilitating diseases. But while the drugs do deaden pain, they can lead to devastating addiction as well as death through overdose. Meanwhile, the natural opioid heroin continues to be a much-abused illegal drug that threatens the lives of its users.
A comprehensive guide for using the Orca Footprints, a nonfiction series for middle readers, in the classroom. The guide focuses on three learning clusters: Our Earth, Our Work and Our Global Community.
The Huntresses of Artemis must obey two rules: never disobey the goddess, and never fall in love. After being rescued from a disturbing life as a priestess for the Oracle of Delphi, Kahina is glad to be a part of the Hunt. But when Kahina encounters the legendary warrior Atalanta on a routine mission, a dangerous line is crossed and both girls learn that their actions have consequences.