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Stuttering, or stammering, is a developmental disorder with several possible causes, and a range of treatments. The Stuttering book is part of a series on Speech-Language Pathology.
This Quantum World is an introduction to the subject of quantum mechanics, following the historical development of the theory. Physics and mathematics required, not for the faint of heart.
UK Constitution and Government is the perfect introduction for high school lessons on UK government. It is also a quick guide for people of other nations to get some insight into the arcane governance of the UK with its powerless head of state and all powerful House of Commons.
Children can explore all the wild letters with their animal pals in Animal Alphabet.
Wild cats are some of Earth's grandest treasures, and their stories excite the imagination of kids of all ages. Big Cats helps to explore this fascinating family.
Explore and discover the human body, an incredible machine, with Human Body. For children ages 8–12.
Kings and Queens of England takes a look at the various people and families that have held the crown and presents it in a manner appropriate for young people.
Kids can explore the history and construction of the world's most spoken languages with Languages.
Outer space is the final frontier for man. Even though the rest of the solar system objects may seem like tiny dots from Earth, our celestial neighbors are still important to learn about, because they aren't really just dots. Solar System presents this material in a manner inviting to young astronomers everywhere.
In this advanced Haskell tutorial we'll implement a significant subset of Scheme. We assume no prior Haskell knowledge, but progress quickly. If you're feeling ambitious, why not Write Yourself a Scheme in 48 Hours?