First Thrills: Volume 1 contains stories six original stories by:
Michael Palmer and Daniel James Palmer
Sean Michael Bailey
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Learn how to build the following circuits:Dark DetectorLED FlasherElectric CricketBreathing LEDBanshee SirenLight TheraminBlues OrganBike Signal LightTouch SwitchLed Color OrganAs you gain experience building the circuits, you'll also learn how to read schematics - the shorthand language of electronics. The glossary provides definitions and illustrations for terms that may be unfamiliar.
There's no better way to learn than by making things yourself. In this booklet you won't be handed all the answers. You'll be encouraged to experiment, and you'll be asked questions that you'll have to try to answer yourself. Get started with your breadboard experiments today.
Electronics is the perfect STEM subject because it touches on all the key components - science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. Build your technical skills with this hands-on learning course!
Hannah Arendt, Franz Fanon, Jacques Derrida, Edward Said, Paolo Freire, Michel Foucault, Susan Sontag, Noam Chomsky, Judith Butler, and Giorgio Agamben each have ten pages to tell their story in this innovative graphic title.
Dr. Brad Evans is a political philosopher, critical theorist and author from the University of Bristol, United Kingdom.
Sean Michael Wilson is an acclaimed comic book writer with more than a dozen books published with a variety of US, UK, and Japanese publishers.
Sean Michael Lucas has converted his years of teaching on Edwards into this valuable work, which places Edwards’s vision in an accessible, two-part framework. Part one focuses on Edwards’s understanding of redemption history—God’s cosmic, grand work from eternity past to eternity future, where all things are united in Christ. Part two examines Edwards’s perspective on “redemption applied”—how that gracious, divine work unfolds in space and time to personally transform individuals, stirring their affections, illuminating their minds, and moving their wills to form new habits and practices.
This overview of Edwards’s theology will prove to be a thought-provoking, encouraging guide to contemporary believers at every stage of their spiritual journey.
This book captures the issues and solutions to major problems that are holding these industries back.
This book identifies a series of significant issues that are stifling output and robbing manufacturing and mining companies of valuable profits. Practical and hands on, this book captures industry’s biggest efficiency issues and presents successful solutions to these ongoing debilitating and profit robbing plant issues.
As manufacturing and mining have been declining in the west, this book demonstrates that these industries have been looking at the wrong place to increase efficiency.
This book demonstrates how a directional change in capital intensive industries, like manufacturing and mining, will increase plant efficiency, profitability, and long term stability.
This book will be of value to people wishing to understand manufacturing and mining, and for industry managers on the front line to the executive level, setting them up for guaranteed improvement success.
The defeat of the Muscogees (Creeks), the only serious impediments to U.S. westward expansion, opened millions of acres of land to the white settlers and firmly established the Cotton Kingdom and slavery in the Deep South. For southeastern Native Americans, the war resulted in the destruction of their civilization and forced removal west of the Mississippi: The Trail of Tears. O'Brien presents both the American and Native American perspectives of this important chapter of U.S. history. He also examines the roles of the neighboring tribes and African Americans who lived in the Muscogee nation.
But wait, theres pictures too! The best of the best have been brought to life through the demented eyes of artist David Star Fields with hilarious illustrations of how the caller, alleged perpetrator and/or responding law enforcement might look.
Co-creator Andy Spurlock says, This book is destined to win a Pulitzer for Best Bathroom Reading!
And while youre laughing your arse off... whether youre in the bathroom or not, know that a portion of proceeds from the sale of this book help support scholarships and continued funding of the arts and music in schools. Enjoy!
In The Battle of Petersburg, June 15–18, 1864, Sean Michael Chick takes an in-depth look at an important battle often overlooked by historians and offers a new perspective on why the Army of the Potomac’s leadership, from Grant down to his corps commanders, could not win a battle in which they held colossal advantages. He also discusses the battle’s wider context, including politics, memory, and battlefield preservation. Highlights include the role played by African American soldiers on the first day and a detailed retelling of the famed attack of the First Maine Heavy Artillery, which lost more men than any other Civil War regiment in a single battle. In addition, the book has a fresh and nuanced interpretation of the generalships of Grant, Meade, Lee, P. G. T. Beauregard, and William Farrar Smith during this critical battle.