Nouveaux exercices fran ais
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One Mole Digging a Hole
All the animals are busy lending a hand in the garden in this lively numbers book! The parrots are pulling up carrots, the foxes are filling boxes and a swarm of bees are pruning the trees with their miniature shears. Even the smallest toddler will enjoy the wonderfully silly animal antics in this book, so join in and count along -- gardening has never been so much fun!Trademark Julia Donaldson rhymes and rhythms are perfect to read aloud, and Nick Sharratt's mischievous and funny illustrations make the bright and playful One Mole Digging a Hole a sure winner. Just right for toddlers!Look out for: Hippo Has a Hat, Chocolate Mousse for Greedy Goose, Animal Music, Toddle Waddle and Goat Goes to Playgroup.
Essays on Man and Culture
Following Master of Five Excellences, the previously published volume of Cheng Man-Ch'ing's teachings, comes this volume in which Man-Ch'ing expounds his views in 49 essays. His lessons of inner development and comments on daily life will be of particular interest to both t'ai chi adherents and those interested in Chinese culture. Photos & line drawings.
March of the Machines
While horror films and science fiction have repeatedly warned of robots running amok, Kevin Warwick takes the threats out of the realm of fiction and into the real world, truly giving us something to worry about. Meeting skeptics head on, Warwick goes beyond his penetrating attacks on their assumptions and prejudices about what should be considered as intelligence to reveal what he has already achieved: building robots that communicate in their own language, share experience, teach each other lessons, and behave as they wish with regard to human beings. Now available for the first time in America, March of the Machines is part history of robotics, part futurism. It surveys the substantial advances made in artificial intelligence over the past century while looking ahead to an increasingly uneasy relationship between humans and machines.
Around the World
Looking through an atlas has always been a fascinating way to explore the world. Around the World is a contemporary evolution of an atlas tailored to our information age. With eye-catching graphics, current topics, and clear texts, the book is for anyone who is curious about the state of our planet and how we live today. Alongside classic facts about nature, history, population, culture, and politics, Around the World's compelling information graphics thoroughly explain complex processes that impact our lives such as global trade and changing demographics. The book gives added insight into our modern world through its visual exploration of subjects such as eating habits, overfishing, and internet providers, as well as events that have left indelible marks on our collective conscience including September 11, the Olympic Games, Japan's Fukushima disaster, and the sinking of the Titanic. Enthralling, attractive, and revealing, Around the World is a rich cornucopia of information about local peculiarities of global relevance that bring home the little differences--as well as the astoundingly large similarities--among the citizens of our world.