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""I love how it integrates pathology with all the other subjects for an extremely high-yield review."" -- Sheree Perron, Third Year Medical Student, Eastern Virginia Medical School
""I appreciate how this book is organized, making it as useful tool not only for Step 1, but also for your coursework." -- Rob Nastasi, Fourth Year Medical Student, SUNY Upstate Medical University
"Deja Review: Pathology" boils down your coursework to just the critical concepts you need to know for exam success. This unbeatable guide features a quick-read, two-column "flashcard" Q&A format--specifically designed to help you remember a large amount of pertinent information in the least amount of time possible. The format allows you to zero-in on only the correct answers to promote memory retention and get the most out of your study time. Great for last minute review of high-yield facts, "Deja Review" provides a straightforward way for you to assess your strengths and weaknesses so you can excel on your course exams and the USMLE Step 1. Active recall questions allow you to "understand," not just memorize, the content Clinical vignettes at the end of chapters prepare you for board-style questions Portable size for study on the go--fits in your white coat pocket Bookmark included to guide you through easy-to-use flashcard presentation
My name is Clopper. Let's clip-clop down to the watering trough while I tell you about a very special celebration. One that caused quite a flutter
Twelve years after Clopper the donkey took Mary and Joseph to Bethlehem on that spectacular night when Jesus was born he is off on another trek with the family as they journey together to Jerusalem for the Feast of Passover.
The celebration is a happy time of singing and camaraderie, but as Clopper heads for home in a caravan of family and friends, Mary and Joseph make a shocking discovery--Jesus is missing
My name is Clopper. I was there when baby Jesus was born. What an exciting night! But that was just the beginning of my adventures with Him. Listen, and I'll tell you more . . .
And that's how the greatest adventure of Clopper's life continued.
A visit from three wise men to see the baby Jesus makes Clopper smile with delight. But when King Herod hears news of the newborn King, the hair on Clopper's mane bristles--Jesus is in danger!
Emily King loves being a grandma, tending her flower gardens, and serving as a Kids Klub leader at church. She lives in Portland, Oregon, with her husband, Dave.
Ed Olson is an animation artist/director and illustrator who has worked twenty-five years in media production. He has worked with many companies, including Walt Disney Feature Animation, Warner Bros., and Sony.
This exhibition is a comprehensive survey of work by Tony Arefin (1962-2000), a graphic designer who emerged during the late 1980s as one of the most important figures in the British art world. With his numerous catalogues for institutions such as the Serpentine Gallery, ICA, Chisenhale Gallery and Ikon itself, Arefin had achieved such art world dominance by the early 1990s that design critic Rick Poynor described him as 'single-handedly processing the print needs of the entire British art scene'. Comprising early publications from the YBA movement to seminal advertising campaigns for corporate clients such as IBM, Ikon's exhibition reveals the intuitive genius of Arefin's work.
My name is Clopper. Nuzzle up while I tell you about a very special night. It all began early one morning as I was munching on a breakfast of sweet grass. . . .
And that's how the greatest adventure of Clopper's life began.
The little donkey thought the journey to Bethlehem with Mary and Joseph was long and tiring, but what happened after they settled into the dusty stable was more wonderful than anything he could ever imagine!
Emily King loves being a grandma, tending her flower gardens, and serving as a Kid's Klub leader at church. She lives in Portland, Oregon, with her husband, Dave.
A Kind of Magic is a three-volume novel of eco-magical realism. It's a book about transition: from childhood to adolescence; from isolation to community; from passivity to action. From fantasy to the real world. It is deliberately aimed at 4th - 6th graders, and can be read as a whole or as three short school library books. A Trick of the Light/Turtle Crossing/ThunderHawk: A Trilogy of short books for middle-grade readers; following a boy's awakening to the beauties and needs of the natural world around him, with the help of his friends, his family, his community and the mysterious spirit of the forest.
- Presents a wealth of creative material from Fletcher's notebooks
and travel diaries, creating an eye-catching and mind-teasing
collection of visual games, doodles, graphic objects, sketches and
quotations, that demonstrates how images can often convey meaning
more clearfy than text
Writing about the New York-based design/publishing collective Dexter Sinister, Anthony Huberman once contextualized their practice as part of a .,."contemporary condition of multiplicity, for a present moment that finds itself overcrowded with so many identities, markets, information and tasks that the only solution is to juggle many of them at once and slash them together." "Wouldn't It Be Nice," presents a series of specially commissioned projects between contemporary artists and designers who are thriving in the "slashed together" world Huberman describes. A well-considered, limited edition volume, published concurrently with an exhibition at Centre d'Art Contemporain, Geneva, it includes interviews with such prescient practitioners as Dexter Sinister, Bless, Alicia Framis, Martino Gamper, Ryan Gander, Marti Guixe, Tobias Rehberger and Superflex, with an essay by design historian Emily King. This highly collectable Graphic Thought Facility-designed publication includes a self-adhesive purse/multiple by Bless.
Pittsburgh is a city of reinvention; it's come a long way from its blue-collar past. Learn what it means to be a Yinzer with Moon Pittsburgh. * Explore the City: Navigate by neighborhood or by activity with maps that make it easy to find what you want to do and where you need to be * See the Sights: Take the incline (half train, half elevator) up Mount Washington or see the city by kayak along any of its three rivers. Marvel at the dinosaurs at the Carnegie Museum of Natural History, or avant-garde art at the Andy Warhol Museum. Visit Heinz Field (home of the Steelers and the Pirates) or enjoy an IC Light at a neighborhood bar and talk about the latest game * Get a Taste of the City: Try the famously giant Primantis sandwiches or church-made pierogies for a taste of traditional Pittsburgh, or dine at trendy new eateries all over the city * Bars and Nightlife: Visit hip speakeasies or sample the city's craft breweries: either way, it's an excellent (and delicious) evening * Trusted Advice: Born and bred Pittsburgher Emily B. King shares her expertise on her beloved hometown * Itineraries and Day Trips: All accessible by bus, train, or public transit. Discover the city with itineraries like "The Best of Pittsburgh in Three Days," "Lets Play! Pittsburgh with Kids," and "Pittsburgh for the History Buff" * Useful Photos and Detailed Maps * Handy Tools: Background information on the landscape, history, and culture of Pittsburgh, packaged in a book slim enough to tuck into that brand-new Steelers sweater With Moon Pittsburgh's practical tips, myriad activities, and an insider's view on the best things to do and see, you can plan your trip your way. Looking to experience more of America's city life? Try Moon Boston or Moon Seattle. Exploring the area? Check out Moon Philadelphia or Moon Pennsylvania.
"Ryan Gander: Catalogue Raisonnable Vol. 1" was conceived by graphic design collective Abake as a "reasonable alternative" to a catalogue raisonne for British conceptual artist Ryan Gander (born 1976). Documenting over 500 works made over ten years, the publication is intended to be navigated in a non-linear fashion by its reader, echoing Gander's own associative methodologies.
A 528-page monograph -- conceived as a reschuffled alphabetical dictionary that starts with the letter 'M' on page 311 -- that presents for the first time twenty years of works by M/M (Paris), one of the most emblematic and influential design practices and art partnerships of the twenty-first century. Michael Amzalag and Mathias Augustyniak originally established M/M (Paris) as a graphic design studio in 1992. Their close associations with the music, fashion and art worldshave led to their becoming one of the most distinctive and acclaimed creative voices of their generation, within graphic design and beyond. Published to mark their twentieth anniversary, this is the definitive monograph. It records hundreds of their mind-blowing projects, each represented in illustrations and photographs and arranged alphabetically from `M' to `M'. While print, drawing, photography and an unconventional approach to typography lie at the heart of M/M's work, they have also produced films, objects or interiors. `Our work is about expressing the idea of a dialogue. We transfer elements from fashion to music to art and back again, and keep using different mediums,' they explain. Each work they produce is unique, but certain elements recur and reverberate - leitmotifs that draw their output, despite its range, into a unified whole. The monograph features collaborations with the finest from a spectrum of creative worlds, including fashion works with the likes of Balenciaga, Calvin Klein, Stella McCartney, Marc Jacobs and Yohji Yamamoto; music works with Benjamin Biolay, Bjoerk, Kanye West and Madonna; magazines such as Vogue Paris, Arena Homme+ or Interview; art projects and exhibitions at the Centre Pompidou, Tate Modern and Guggenheim Museum. Interviews with some of their closest collaborators - such as Bjoerk, Nicolas Ghesquiere, Pierre Huyghe, Inez van Lamsweerde & Vinoodh Matadin, Sarah Morris or Glenn O'Brien, as well as Amzalag and Augustyniak themselves, tell M/M's story. These texts reveal their areas of interest, define their position both within graphic design and beyond and shed new light on the duo's creative process. Internationally renowned art curator Hans Ulrich Obrist contributes a preface, while contemporary artist Philippe Parreno offers an essay about their joint projects. These multiple conversations and recollections of shared experiences paint an overview of the evolution of the creative world since the early 90s. This ambitious monograph is a rare document and unparalleled insight into the work and minds of Europe's most thoughtful and influential image-makers.
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