Professor Proud is suffering from recurring nightmares of a place he has never seen, a woman he has never met, and a death so brutal and horrifying he must seek an end to the torment. His research leads him to the most u...
German naval officer Karl Ehrlich loves his country and hates Hitler. As World War II erupts, Ehrlich defies orders and takes his freighter on a fox-and-hound pursuit from the Germans and the British.
Questions and answers explore the earth, weather and climate, forces and energy, plants and animals, and other scientific subjects.
Examines the problem of world overpopulation from a variety of perspectives, including economics, family planning, and gender inequality.
Educational leaders discuss the needs of new teachers and ways of meeting those needs, covering induction programs; meaningful mentoring; comprehensive teacher support; improvement of instruction and communication; and l...
Drawing from government reports, think tank studies, scholarly journals, magazines, newspapers, and books, this insightful overview offers a range of contrasting viewpoints and policy perspectives on the major issues con...
Describes the travels and adventures of Arctic and Antarctic explorers throughout history, from Eric the Red in 981 or 982 to Gretel Ehrlich in 2000.
Blood Alley: A merchant marine captain, rescued from the Chinese Communists by local visitors, winds up transporting an entire Chinese village to Hong Kong on an ancient paddle steamer.