CREATIVE MATHEMATICS: 2 and 2 Can Be 5 If You Let It! Toward a Nonhierarchical Numerical System
by Blanche Rider Math(ish), 341 pages $77.85
Blanche Sunshine Honeycomb Rainbow-Rider's 1972 breakthrough in which she utters her famous plea: "All numbers must be valued equally!" The historic, passionate argument against "typecasting numbers into narrow roles with self-fulfilling outcomes."
Scholastic • Political Science
BANANA REPUBLIC: Adventures in Political Science the small backward Third World nation with hearts of silver and mines of gold
by Kirk Anderson Poli Sci, 214 pages $15.95
Introduces students to basic concepts such as "torture, bad," and "rule of law, good." MORE INFO
Those who do not remember the past are destined to lower-rung state colleges. – Carlos Santana
Scholastic • Family and Consumer Science
FECAL FENG SHUI: A Common-Sense Approach to Placement of Personal Waste in the Home
by E. Richard Anderson Home Economics, 416 pages $37.99
Teachers: This coursework often provokes some initial giggles among the immature, but once you model the correct attitude, students quickly understand that there is nothing funny about feces. Lesson plans are straightforward and hands-on.
"Your household Sherpa to harmonious defecation."™