The business world has changed beyond all recognition in recent years. New skills, insights, tools, technologies and best practice have emerged. The Capstone Encyclopaedia of Business brings all of this progress together, distilling the facts and essential information into one single volume. It represents the most up-to-date, authoritative and accessible guide to the modern business world available, providing a gateway to the state of the art in marketing, finance, strategy, leadership, people management and beyond. The Capstone Encyclopaedia of Business is organized alphabetically into over 1,000 entries covering the whole spectrum of business and management including: * business terms - co...
One morning Ella gets an odd text message from a friend, about a strange girl who is showing up in Ella's selfies, and as the messages keep coming the girl with a monkey head keeps getting closer and closer--and that is only one of the chilling tales in this collection of scary stories.
Scotty Stone grew up in a polygamous family in Africa with his father, Chief Eyikemi, a powerful Chief of an entire community. The Chief had seven wives at a time, one of whom was Scottys Mom, Victoria. She died early in life, leaving Scotty and his siblings in the hands of their stepmothers by default. Life was a total misery for Scotty throughout his stay at the Villa. However, he survived everything that was thrown at him, and he became a strong force to be reckoned with in the society. Scotty migrated to the United States of America with the hope of making it big. He did, but not before going through many obstacles, the pains and sufferings that came with his quest for a better life in a foreign land. His dreadful challenges in life, coupled with his powerful survival skills are the key ingredients that make The Capstone a pleasurable must read for everyone.
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to move to another planet? This fifth grade class describes what Mars is like and how it compares to Earth. Read this book to find out what you would need if you moved to Mars.
This third grade class describes some of the amazing parts of the human body. You?ll learn what those body parts do and and why they are important. After reading this book, you?ll learn: How many stomachs do I have?
Have you ever wondered where a gadget or machine came from? Who first thought of making it? Students introduce several kinds of inventions, explaining how they are used, when and where they were invented, who invented them, and why they are important. Perhaps after reading this book, you will be able to come up with your own Ford.