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The Best Comedy Novels Vol. 1 1.3
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E.F. Benson was born at Wellington College in Berkshire, the fifthchild of the headmaster, Edward White Benson (later Chancellor ofLincoln Cathedral, Bishop of Truro and Archbishop of Canterbury),and Mary Sidgwick Benson ("Minnie"). Flaubert was born on 12December 1821, in Rouen, in the Seine-Maritime department of UpperNormandy, in northern France. He was the second son of Anne JustineCaroline (née Fleuriot; 1793–1872) and Achille-Cléophas Flaubert(1784–1846), director and senior surgeon of the major hospital inRouen. He began writing at an early age, as early as eightaccording to some sources. Fielding was born at Sharpham and waseducated at Eton College, where he established a lifelongfriendship with William Pitt the Elder. After a romantic episodewith a young woman that ended in his getting into trouble with thelaw, he went to London, where his literary career began. In 1728,he travelled to Leiden to study classics and law at the University.Jonathan Swift (30 November 1667 – 19 October 1745) was anAnglo-Irish satirist, essayist, political pamphleteer (first forthe Whigs, then for the Tories), poet and cleric who became Dean ofSt Patrick's Cathedral, Dublin. Swift is remembered for works suchas Gulliver's Travels, A Modest Proposal, A Journal to Stella,Drapier's Letters, The Battle of the Books, An Argument AgainstAbolishing Christianity and A Tale of a Tub. Richmal CromptonLamburn (15 November 1890 – 11 January 1969) was initially trainedas a schoolmistress but later became a popular English writer, bestknown for her Just William series of books, humorous short stories,and to a lesser extent adult fiction books. Queen Lucia (E. F.Benson) Bouvard and Pécuchet A Tragi-comic Novel of Bourgeois Life(Gustave Flaubert) Bouvard et Pécuchet (Gustave Flaubert) JosephAndrews Vol. 1 (Henry Fielding) Joseph Andrews Vol. 2 (HenryFielding) The History of Tom Jones, a Foundling (Henry Fielding) ATale of a Tub (Jonathan Swift) Just William (Richmal Crompton) TheeBooks app features allows the user to : Custom Fonts Custom TextSize Themes / Day mode / Night mode Text Highlighting List / Edit /Delete Highlights Handle Internal and External Links Portrait /Landscape Reading Time Left / Pages left In-App Dictionary MediaOverlays (Sync text rendering with audio playback) TTS - Text toSpeech Support Book Search Add Notes to a Highlight Last ReadPosition Listener Horizontal reading Distraction Free Reading Allof the books under the terms of the Project Gutenberg License[www.gutenberg.org]. This ebook is for the use of anyone anywherein the United States. If you are not located in the United States,you will have to check the laws of the country where you arelocated before using this ebook. Credits: http://www.gutenberg.orghttps://www.gutenberg.org/wiki/Gutenberg:Terms_of_Use FolioReader,Heberti Almeida (CodeToArt Technology) LearnProID, www.learnpro.id
Novels of Arthur Conan Doyle 1.5
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Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, in full Arthur Ignatius Conan Doyle (bornMay 22, 1859, Edinburgh, Scotland—died July 7, 1930, Crowborough,Sussex, England), Scottish writer best known for his creation ofthe detective Sherlock Holmes—one of the most vivid and enduringcharacters in English fiction. Author Arthur Conan Doyle wrote 60mystery stories featuring the wildly popular detective characterSherlock Holmes and his loyal assistant Watson. Here is a list ofAuthor Arthur Conan Doyle books that can be found on this app. AStudy In Scarlet The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes The Hound of theBaskervilles The eBooks app features allows the user to : CustomFonts Custom Text Size Themes / Day mode / Night mode TextHighlighting List / Edit / Delete Highlights Handle Internal andExternal Links Portrait / Landscape Reading Time Left / Pages leftIn-App Dictionary Media Overlays (Sync text rendering with audioplayback) TTS - Text to Speech Support Book Search Add Notes to aHighlight Last Read Position Listener Horizontal readingDistraction Free Reading All of the books under the terms of theProject Gutenberg License [www.gutenberg.org]. This ebook is forthe use of anyone anywhere in the United States. If you are notlocated in the United States, you will have to check the laws ofthe country where you are located before using this ebook. Credits:http://www.gutenberg.orghttps://www.gutenberg.org/wiki/Gutenberg:Terms_of_Use FolioReader,Heberti Almeida (CodeToArt Technology) LearnProID, www.learnpro.id
The Aesop Fables 1.3
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The Aesop Fables : Short Moral Stories for Kids are interestingways to teach your children about good morals and right conduct. Askids, they are at their formative years, that is why they need tobe educated with good values to make them good fit for society andfamily. The Aesop Fables : Short Moral Stories for Kids learningthrough bedtime stories, short stories, and moral stories for kids.Aesop was an Ancient Greek fabulist or story teller credited with anumber of fables now collectively known as The Aesop's Fables. Manyof the tales are characterized by animals and inanimate objectsthat speak, solve problems, and generally have humancharacteristics. Adapted from The Aesop for Children: with Picturesby Milo Winter, published by Rand, McNally and Co in 1919. Thisbook under the terms of the Project Gutenberg Licensewww.gutenberg.org and considered to be in the public domain in theUnited States. If you are not located in the United States, youwill have to check the laws of the country where you are locatedbefore using this ebook. The eBooks app features allows the user to: Custom Fonts Custom Text Size Themes / Day mode / Night mode TextHighlighting List / Edit / Delete Highlights Handle Internal andExternal Links Portrait / Landscape Reading Time Left / Pages leftIn-App Dictionary Media Overlays (Sync text rendering with audioplayback) TTS - Text to Speech Support Book Search Add Notes to aHighlight Last Read Position Listener Horizontal readingDistraction Free Reading All of the books under the terms of theProject Gutenberg License [www.gutenberg.org]. This ebook is forthe use of anyone anywhere in the United States. If you are notlocated in the United States, you will have to check the laws ofthe country where you are located before using this ebook. Credits:http://www.gutenberg.orghttps://www.gutenberg.org/wiki/Gutenberg:Terms_of_Use FolioReader,Heberti Almeida (CodeToArt Technology) LearnProID, www.learnpro.id
Novels of Jane Austen 1.4
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Austen was born on 16 December 1775 at Steventon rectory andpublicly baptised on 5 April 1776. While not widely known in herown time, Austen's comic novels of love among the landed gentrygained popularity after 1869, and her reputation skyrocketed in the20th century. Her novels, including Pride and Prejudice and Senseand Sensibility, are considered literary classics, bridging the gapbetween romance and realism. Jane Austen was a Georgian era author,best known for her social commentary in novels including Sense andSensibility, Pride and Prejudice, and Emma. Austen is consideredone of the greatest writers in English history, both by academicsand the general public. In 2002, as part of a BBC poll, the Britishpublic voted her No. 70 on a list of "100 Most Famous Britons ofAll Time." Here is a list of Author Charles Dickens books that canbe found on this app. Emma Persuasion Pride and Prejudice Sense andSensibility The eBooks app features allows the user to : CustomFonts Custom Text Size Themes / Day mode / Night mode TextHighlighting List / Edit / Delete Highlights Handle Internal andExternal Links Portrait / Landscape Reading Time Left / Pages leftIn-App Dictionary Media Overlays (Sync text rendering with audioplayback) TTS - Text to Speech Support Book Search Add Notes to aHighlight Last Read Position Listener Horizontal readingDistraction Free Reading All of the books under the terms of theProject Gutenberg License [www.gutenberg.org]. This ebook is forthe use of anyone anywhere in the United States. If you are notlocated in the United States, you will have to check the laws ofthe country where you are located before using this ebook. Credits:http://www.gutenberg.orghttps://www.gutenberg.org/wiki/Gutenberg:Terms_of_Use FolioReader,Heberti Almeida (CodeToArt Technology) LearnProID, www.learnpro.id
Novels of Mark Twain 1.2
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Born on November 30, 1835, in Florida, Missouri, Samuel L. Clemenswrote under the pen name Mark Twain and went on to pen severalnovels, including two major classics of American literature, TheAdventures of Tom Sawyer and The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn. Hewas also a riverboat pilot, journalist, lecturer, entrepreneur andinventor. Twain died on April 21, 1910, in Redding, Connecticut. Anadventurer and wily intellectual, Mark Twain wrote the classicAmerican novels The Adventures of Tom Sawyer and Adventures ofHuckleberry Finn. Twain began to gain fame when his story, "TheCelebrated Jumping Frog of Calavaras County" appeared in the NewYork Saturday Press on November 18, 1865. Twain's first book, "TheInnocents Abroad," was published in 1869, "The Adventures of TomSawyer" in 1876, and "The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn" in 1885.He wrote 28 books and numerous short stories, letters and sketches.The lists below can be found on this app that give some the mainworks, but omit many of the pieces printed in journals and a lot ofthe short papers. Adventures of Huckleberry Finn The Adventures ofTom Sawyer The Prince and The Pauper The books reader allows theuser to split the viewport, creating two separate viewing areas,mimicking the familiar interaction with paper books, where, at thesame time, multiple passages from the same book, and passages fromdifferent books. All of the books under the terms of the ProjectGutenberg License [www.gutenberg.org]. This ebook is for the use ofanyone anywhere in the United States. If you are not located in theUnited States, you will have to check the laws of the country whereyou are located before using this ebook. Credits:http://www.gutenberg.org Epub3Reader by V. Giacometti, M. Giuriato,B. Petrantuono Recompiled by Rippon’s Birdwing
Novels of Robert L. Stevenson 1.2
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Robert Louis Balfour Stevenson (13 November 1850 – 3 December 1894)was a Scottish novelist, poet, essayist, and travel writer. Hismost famous works are Treasure Island, Kidnapped, and Strange Caseof Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde. A literary celebrity during his lifetime,Stevenson now ranks among the 26 most translated authors in theworld. Robert Louis Stevenson traveled often, and his globalwanderings lent themselves well to his brand of fiction. Stevensondeveloped a desire to write early in life, having no interest inthe family business of lighthouse engineering. He was often abroad,usually for health reasons, and his journeys led to some of hisearly literary works. Publishing his first volume at the age of 28,Stevenson became a literary celebrity during his life when workssuch as Treasure Island, Kidnapped, and Strange Case of Dr. Jekylland Mr. Hyde were released to eager audiences. He died in Samoa in1894.The lists below can be found on this app that give some hismain works. Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde Kidnapped Treasure Island Thebooks reader allows the user to split the viewport, creating twoseparate viewing areas, mimicking the familiar interaction withpaper books, where, at the same time, multiple passages from thesame book, and passages from different books. All of the booksunder the terms of the Project Gutenberg License[www.gutenberg.org]. This ebook is for the use of anyone anywherein the United States. If you are not located in the United States,you will have to check the laws of the country where you arelocated before using this ebook. Credits: http://www.gutenberg.orgEpub3Reader by V. Giacometti, M. Giuriato, B. PetrantuonoRecompiled by Rippon’s Birdwing
Novels of Lewis Carroll 1.7
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Charles Lutwidge Dodgson better known by his pen name, LewisCarroll was born in 1832, in Daresbury, Cheshire, he spent hisearly life in the north of England (at Daresbury, Cheshire and inCroft, Yorkshire). He spent his adult life in Oxford and died atGuildford in 1898. Besides the Alice books, he wrote many othersincluding poems, pamphlets and articles. He was a skilledmathematician, logician and pioneering photographer and he inventeda wealth of games and puzzles which are of great interest today.Through his range of talents he has acquired great respect and hasa large following. Lewis Carroll is well known throughout the worldas the author of Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and Through theLooking-Glass. Behind the famous pseudonym was Charles LutwidgeDodgson, a mathematical lecturer at Oxford University withremarkably diverse talents. Charles Dodgson was a prolific writer;as well as his numerous books, he produced a wide range of otherpublished material in the form of pamphlets, papers and articles injournal. The lists below can be found on this app that give somethe main works, but omit many of the pieces printed in journals anda lot of the short papers. A Tangled Tale Alice in WonderlandSylvie and Bruno The Hunting of the Snark An Agony in Eight FitsThrough the Looking-Glass The eBooks app features allows the userto : Custom Fonts Custom Text Size Themes / Day mode / Night modeText Highlighting List / Edit / Delete Highlights Handle Internaland External Links Portrait / Landscape Reading Time Left / Pagesleft In-App Dictionary Media Overlays (Sync text rendering withaudio playback) TTS - Text to Speech Support Book Search Add Notesto a Highlight Last Read Position Listener Horizontal readingDistraction Free Reading All of the books under the terms of theProject Gutenberg License [www.gutenberg.org]. This ebook is forthe use of anyone anywhere in the United States. If you are notlocated in the United States, you will have to check the laws ofthe country where you are located before using this ebook. Credits:http://www.gutenberg.orghttps://www.gutenberg.org/wiki/Gutenberg:Terms_of_Use FolioReader,Heberti Almeida (CodeToArt Technology) LearnProID, www.learnpro.id
Novels of Tobias Smollett 1.2
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Tobias George Smollett (19 March 1721 – 17 September 1771) was aScottish poet and author. He studied medicine at the University ofGlasgow during the 1730s, but he did not receive his formal medicaldegree from Marischal College, Aberdeen, until 1750. After a briefterm as an apprentice surgeon in Glasgow in 1739, Smollett moved toLondon in order to pursue his literary ambitions. Financialnecessity led him to take a post as surgeon's mate aboard H.M.S.Chichester in 1740. His grim exposure to life in the Royal Navyprovided him with many of the vivid scenes of life at sea that helater incorporated into Roderick Random and other novels. His firstpublished work was a poem about the Battle of Culloden entitled"The Tears of Scotland", but it was The Adventures of RoderickRandom which made his name, his poetry was described as 'delicate,sweet and murmurs as a stream'.[1] The Adventures of RoderickRandom was modelled on Le Sage's Gil Blas, and was published in1748. Smollett followed it up by finally getting his tragedy, TheRegicide, published, though it was never performed. The Adventuresof Ferdinand Count Fathom The Adventures of Roderick Random TheExpedition of Humphry Clinker The History of Peter the Great Thebooks reader allows the user to split the viewport, creating twoseparate viewing areas, mimicking the familiar interaction withpaper books, where, at the same time, multiple passages from thesame book, and passages from different books. All of the booksunder the terms of the Project Gutenberg License[www.gutenberg.org]. This ebook is for the use of anyone anywherein the United States. If you are not located in the United States,you will have to check the laws of the country where you arelocated before using this ebook. Credits: http://www.gutenberg.orgEpub3Reader by V. Giacometti, M. Giuriato, B. PetrantuonoRecompiled by Rippon’s Birdwing
Novels of William Shakespeare 1.6
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William Shakespeare was baptized on April 26, 1564, inStratford-upon-Avon, England. From roughly 1594 onward he was animportant member of the Lord Chamberlain’s Men company oftheatrical players. Written records give little indication of theway in which Shakespeare’s professional life molded his artistry.All that can be deduced is that over the course of 20 years,Shakespeare wrote plays that capture the complete range of humanemotion and conflict. William Shakespeare, often called the Englishnational poet, is widely considered the greatest dramatist of alltime. William Shakespeare's early plays were written in theconventional style of the day, with elaborate metaphors andrhetorical phrases that didn't always align naturally with thestory's plot or characters. However, Shakespeare was veryinnovative, adapting the traditional style to his own purposes andcreating a freer flow of words. With only small degrees ofvariation, Shakespeare primarily used a metrical pattern consistingof lines of unrhymed iambic pentameter, or blank verse, to composehis plays. At the same time, there are passages in all the playsthat deviate from this and use forms of poetry or simple prose. Thelists below can be found on this app that give some his main worksBeautiful Stories from Shakespeare Romeo and Juliet The CompleteWorks of William Shakespeare The Shakespeare Story-Book TheTragedie of Hamlet The eBooks app features allows the user to :Custom Fonts Custom Text Size Themes / Day mode / Night mode TextHighlighting List / Edit / Delete Highlights Handle Internal andExternal Links Portrait / Landscape Reading Time Left / Pages leftIn-App Dictionary Media Overlays (Sync text rendering with audioplayback) TTS - Text to Speech Support Book Search Add Notes to aHighlight Last Read Position Listener Horizontal readingDistraction Free Reading All of the books under the terms of theProject Gutenberg License [www.gutenberg.org]. This ebook is forthe use of anyone anywhere in the United States. If you are notlocated in the United States, you will have to check the laws ofthe country where you are located before using this ebook. Credits:http://www.gutenberg.org Licence :https://www.gutenberg.org/wiki/Gutenberg:Terms_of_Use FolioReader,Heberti Almeida (CodeToArt Technology) LearnProID, www.learnpro.id
Novels of Oscar Wilde 1.3
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Oscar Fingal O'Flahertie Wills Wilde was born on October 16, 1854in Dublin, Ireland. His father, William Wilde, was an acclaimeddoctor who was knighted for his work as medical advisor for theIrish censuses. Irish writer Oscar Wilde is best known for thenovel The Picture of Dorian Gray and the play The Importance ofBeing Earnest. Oscar Wilde's rich and dramatic portrayals of thehuman condition came during the height of the prosperity that sweptthrough London in the Victorian Era of the late 19th century. At atime when all citizens of Britain were finally able to embraceliterature the wealthy and educated could only once afford, Wildewrote many short stories, plays and poems that continue to inspiremillions around the world.The lists below can be found on this appthat give some his main works. The Canterville Ghost The HappyPrince and Other Tales The Importance of Being Earnest A TrivialComedy for Serious People The Picture of Dorian Gray The booksreader allows the user to split the viewport, creating two separateviewing areas, mimicking the familiar interaction with paper books,where, at the same time, multiple passages from the same book, andpassages from different books. All of the books under the terms ofthe Project Gutenberg License [www.gutenberg.org]. This ebook isfor the use of anyone anywhere in the United States. If you are notlocated in the United States, you will have to check the laws ofthe country where you are located before using this ebook. Credits:http://www.gutenberg.org Epub3Reader by V. Giacometti, M. Giuriato,B. Petrantuono Recompiled by Rippon’s Birdwing
Novels of Charles Dickens 1.2
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Charles John Huffam Dickens was born on 7 February 1812, at 1 MileEnd Terrace , Landport in Portsea Island (Portsmouth), the secondof eight children of John Dickens (1785–1851) and Elizabeth Dickens(née Barrow; 1789–1863). Charles Dickens is much loved for hisgreat contribution to classic English literature. He was thequintessential Victorian author. His epic stories, vivid charactersand exhaustive depiction of contemporary life are unforgettable. .Over the course of his writing career, he wrote the beloved classicnovels Oliver Twist, A Christmas Carol, Nicholas Nickleby, DavidCopperfield, A Tale of Two Cities and Great Expectations. Here is alist of Author Charles Dickens books that can be found on this app.Great Expectations Oliver Twist Tale of Two Cities A Story of theFrench Revolution This books reader allows the user to split theviewport, creating two separate viewing areas, mimicking thefamiliar interaction with paper books, where, at the same time,multiple passages from the same book, and passages from differentbooks. All of the books under the terms of the Project GutenbergLicense [www.gutenberg.org]. This ebook is for the use of anyoneanywhere in the United States. If you are not located in the UnitedStates, you will have to check the laws of the country where youare located before using this ebook. Credits:http://www.gutenberg.org Epub3Reader by V. Giacometti, M. Giuriato,B. Petrantuono Recompiled by Rippon’s Birdwing
The Fairy Tales 1.3
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The oral tradition of the fairy tale came long before the writtenpage. Tales were told or enacted dramatically, rather than writtendown, and handed down from generation to generation. Fairy talesare found in oral and in literary form. The history of the fairytale is particularly difficult to trace because only the literaryforms can survive. The Fairy Tales ebook is must-read classicalfairy tales novels from the world's great writers. English FairyTales of Flora Annie Steel (Flora Annie Steel) English Fairy Talesof Joseph Jacobs (Joseph Jacobs) Fairy Tales of Hans ChristianAndersen (Hans Christian Andersen) Grimms' Fairy Tales (TheBrothers Grimm) The Fairy Books of Andrew Lang (Andrew Lang andOthers) The Fairy Tales of Charles Perrault (Charles Perrault) TheTales of Mother Goose (Charles Perrault) The eBooks app featuresallows the user to : Custom Fonts Custom Text Size Themes / Daymode / Night mode Text Highlighting List / Edit / Delete HighlightsHandle Internal and External Links Portrait / Landscape ReadingTime Left / Pages left In-App Dictionary Media Overlays (Sync textrendering with audio playback) TTS - Text to Speech Support BookSearch Add Notes to a Highlight Last Read Position ListenerHorizontal reading Distraction Free Reading All of the books underthe terms of the Project Gutenberg License [www.gutenberg.org].This ebook is for the use of anyone anywhere in the United States.If you are not located in the United States, you will have to checkthe laws of the country where you are located before using thisebook. Credits: http://www.gutenberg.orghttps://www.gutenberg.org/wiki/Gutenberg:Terms_of_Use FolioReader,Heberti Almeida (CodeToArt Technology) LearnProID, www.learnpro.id
Business and Marketing 1.5
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Many companies today have a customer focus (or market orientation).This implies that the company focuses its activities and productson consumer demands. In the consumer-driven approach, consumerwants are the drivers of all strategic marketing decisions. Nostrategy is pursued until it passes the test of consumer research.Every aspect of a market offering, including the nature of theproduct itself, is driven by the needs of potential consumers. Thestarting point is always the consumer. Market research is a keyfactor in obtaining an advantage over competitors and is necessaryin order to determine market needs that can and should be met. TheeBooks app features allows the user to : Custom Fonts Custom TextSize Themes / Day mode / Night mode Text Highlighting List / Edit /Delete Highlights Handle Internal and External Links Portrait /Landscape Reading Time Left / Pages left In-App Dictionary MediaOverlays (Sync text rendering with audio playback) TTS - Text toSpeech Support Book Search Add Notes to a Highlight Last ReadPosition Listener Horizontal reading Distraction Free ReadingCredits : Boundless (Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0Unported (CC BY-SA 3.0)) FolioReader, Heberti Almeida (CodeToArtTechnology) Cover by Designed by new7ducks / Freepik LearnProID,www.learnpro.id
Biology and Life Sciences 1.4
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Modern biology is a vast and eclectic field composed of manyspecialized disciplines that study the structure, function, growth,distribution, evolution, or other features of living organisms.Biological research indicates the first forms of life on Earth weremicroorganisms that existed for billions of years before theevolution of larger organisms. The mammals, birds, and flowers sofamiliar to us are all relatively recent, originating within thelast 200 million years. The eBooks app features allows the user to: Custom Fonts Custom Text Size Themes / Day mode / Night mode TextHighlighting List / Edit / Delete Highlights Handle Internal andExternal Links Portrait / Landscape Reading Time Left / Pages leftIn-App Dictionary Media Overlays (Sync text rendering with audioplayback) TTS - Text to Speech Support Book Search Add Notes to aHighlight Last Read Position Listener Horizontal readingDistraction Free Reading Credits : Boundless (Creative CommonsAttribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported (CC BY-SA 3.0)) FolioReader,Heberti Almeida (CodeToArt Technology) Cover by Designed bynew7ducks / Freepik LearnProID, www.learnpro.id
Anatomy and Physiology 1.4
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Anatomy describes the structure and location of the differentcomponents of an organism to provide a framework for understanding.Human anatomy studies the way that every part of a human, frommolecules to bones, interacts to form a functional whole.Physiology is the study of how the components of the body function,and biochemistry is the study of the chemistry of livingstructures. Together with anatomy, these are the three primarydisciplines within the field of human biology. Anatomy providesinformation about structure, location, and organization ofdifferent parts of the body that is needed to truly understandphysiology.   Together, anatomy and physiology explain thestructure and function of the different components of the humanbody to describe what it is and how it works. The eBooks appfeatures allows the user to : Custom Fonts Custom Text Size Themes/ Day mode / Night mode Text Highlighting List / Edit / DeleteHighlights Handle Internal and External Links Portrait / LandscapeReading Time Left / Pages left In-App Dictionary Media Overlays(Sync text rendering with audio playback) TTS - Text to SpeechSupport Book Search Add Notes to a Highlight Last Read PositionListener Horizontal reading Distraction Free Reading Credits :Boundless (Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported (CCBY-SA 3.0)) FolioReader, Heberti Almeida (CodeToArt Technology)Cover by Designed by new7ducks / Freepik LearnProID,www.learnpro.id
Management and Communication 1.4
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The role of the manager is essential to the successfulcommunication of a given organizational culture because managersare figureheads and role models for how individuals in theorganization should behave. While it is too simplistic to say thatculture is a top-down communicative process, there is relevance tothe idea that culture generally begins with the founders of theorganization and the values they emphasize in the organizationalgrowth and hiring process. Communication is the core tool formanaging this cultural integration, enabling executives to remindemployees what the organization stands for and why it's important.Holding company-wide quarterly meetings to emphasize objectives andstrategy and sending out emails with key successes anddevelopmental challenges are great ways to keep the conversationgoing. The eBooks app features allows the user to : Custom FontsCustom Text Size Themes / Day mode / Night mode Text HighlightingList / Edit / Delete Highlights Handle Internal and External LinksPortrait / Landscape Reading Time Left / Pages left In-AppDictionary Media Overlays (Sync text rendering with audio playback)TTS - Text to Speech Support Book Search Add Notes to a HighlightLast Read Position Listener Horizontal reading Distraction FreeReading Credits : Boundless (Creative CommonsAttribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported (CC BY-SA 3.0)) FolioReader,Heberti Almeida (CodeToArt Technology) Cover by Designed bynew7ducks / Freepik LearnProID, www.learnpro.id
College Level Writing 1.4
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"Academic writing" is a broad term that covers a wide variety ofgenres across disciplines. While its features will vary, academic(or scholarly) writing in general tries to maintain a professionaltone while defending  a specific position or idea. There aremany different approaches to academic research, since eachdiscipline has its own conventions that dictate what kinds of textsand evidence are permissible. Scholarly writing typically takes anobjective tone, even though it argues in favor of a specificposition or stance. Academic writing can reach a broader audiencethrough more informal venues, such as journalism and publicspeaking. The eBooks app features allows the user to : Custom FontsCustom Text Size Themes / Day mode / Night mode Text HighlightingList / Edit / Delete Highlights Handle Internal and External LinksPortrait / Landscape Reading Time Left / Pages left In-AppDictionary Media Overlays (Sync text rendering with audio playback)TTS - Text to Speech Support Book Search Add Notes to a HighlightLast Read Position Listener Horizontal reading Distraction FreeReading Credits : Boundless (Creative CommonsAttribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported (CC BY-SA 3.0)) FolioReader,Heberti Almeida (CodeToArt Technology) Cover by Designed bynew7ducks / Freepik LearnProID, www.learnpro.id
American History and Political Sciences 1.6
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First Book Explain the reasons for the tension between the Britishempire and its American colonies. Discuss the origins anddevelopment of federalism in the United States from theratification of the Constitution to the Great Depression, andidentify the structure of federalism. Explain how the Bill ofRights is used to protect natural rights of liberty and property.Describe the history of slavery in the United States and earlyefforts at abolition The second book describe early inhabitants ofthe Americas and the environmental changes that made migrationpossible. Explain the reasons for the first few European excursionsto the New World. Analyze and recall the early colonizationattempts of the English Colonial Empire. Explain aboutdifferentiate between the three different types of colonies.Describe the political and economic impact of the French and IndianWar on the colonies. Analyze the central commitments of theFederalist party and its quarrels with the Democratic-RepublicansThe eBooks app features allows the user to : Custom Fonts CustomText Size Themes / Day mode / Night mode Text Highlighting List /Edit / Delete Highlights Handle Internal and External LinksPortrait / Landscape Reading Time Left / Pages left In-AppDictionary Media Overlays (Sync text rendering with audio playback)TTS - Text to Speech Support Book Search Add Notes to a HighlightLast Read Position Listener Horizontal reading Distraction FreeReading Credits : Boundless (Creative CommonsAttribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported (CC BY-SA 3.0)) FolioReader,Heberti Almeida (CodeToArt Technology) Cover by Designed bynew7ducks / Freepik LearnProID, www.learnpro.id
History of World Civilization 1.3
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The word history comes ultimately from Ancient Greek historía,meaning "inquiry," "knowledge from inquiry," or "judge." However,the question of what kind of inquiries historians pose, whatknowledge they seek, and how they interpret the evidence that theyfind remains controversial. Historians draw conclusions from pastapproaches to history, but in the end, they always write in thecontext of their own time, current dominant ideas of how tointerpret the past, and even subjective viewpoints. Furthermore,current events and developments often trigger which past events,historical periods, or geographical regions are seen ascritical and thus should be investigated. The eBooks app featuresallows the user to : Custom Fonts Custom Text Size Themes / Daymode / Night mode Text Highlighting List / Edit / Delete HighlightsHandle Internal and External Links Portrait / Landscape ReadingTime Left / Pages left In-App Dictionary Media Overlays (Sync textrendering with audio playback) TTS - Text to Speech Support BookSearch Add Notes to a Highlight Last Read Position ListenerHorizontal reading Distraction Free Reading Credits : Boundless(Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported (CC BY-SA3.0)) FolioReader, Heberti Almeida (CodeToArt Technology) Cover byDesigned by new7ducks / Freepik LearnProID, www.learnpro.id
History of World Art 1.3
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Art is a highly diverse range of human activities engaged increating visual, auditory, or performed artifacts— artworks—thatexpress the author's imaginative or technical skill, and areintended to be appreciated for their beauty or emotional power. Artmay be characterized in terms of mimesis (its representation ofreality), expression, communication of emotion, or other qualities.Though the definition of what constitutes art is disputed and haschanged over time, general descriptions center on the idea ofimaginative or technical skill stemming from human agency andcreation. When it comes to visually identifying a work of art,there is no single set of values or aesthetic traits. A Baroquepainting will not necessarily share much with a contemporaryperformance piece, but they are both considered art. The eBooks appfeatures allows the user to : Custom Fonts Custom Text Size Themes/ Day mode / Night mode Text Highlighting List / Edit / DeleteHighlights Handle Internal and External Links Portrait / LandscapeReading Time Left / Pages left In-App Dictionary Media Overlays(Sync text rendering with audio playback) TTS - Text to SpeechSupport Book Search Add Notes to a Highlight Last Read PositionListener Horizontal reading Distraction Free Reading Credits :Boundless (Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported (CCBY-SA 3.0)) FolioReader, Heberti Almeida (CodeToArt Technology)Cover by Designed by new7ducks / Freepik LearnProID,www.learnpro.id
Microbiology and Microorganisms 1.4
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A microbe, or microorganism, is a microscopic organism thatcomprises either a single cell (unicellular); cell clusters; ormulticellular, relatively complex organisms. The study ofmicroorganisms is called microbiology, a subject that began withAnton van Leeuwenhoek's discovery of microorganisms in 1675, usinga microscope of his own design. The eBooks app features allows theuser to : Custom Fonts Custom Text Size Themes / Day mode / Nightmode Text Highlighting List / Edit / Delete Highlights HandleInternal and External Links Portrait / Landscape Reading Time Left/ Pages left In-App Dictionary Media Overlays (Sync text renderingwith audio playback) TTS - Text to Speech Support Book Search AddNotes to a Highlight Last Read Position Listener Horizontal readingDistraction Free Reading Credits : Boundless (Creative CommonsAttribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported (CC BY-SA 3.0)) FolioReader,Heberti Almeida (CodeToArt Technology) Cover by Designed bynew7ducks / Freepik LearnProID, www.learnpro.id
Business Administration 1.5
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In today’s economic climate, it is more important than ever to havethe knowledge and skills to effectively—and ethically—manage money,whether you wish to work with individuals or for a company. Financeand accounting continue to be high-demand careers in both thepublic and private sectors, and a degree in economics makes you ahighly versatile and sought-after employee. The administration of abusiness includes the performance or management of businessoperations and decision making, as well as the efficientorganization of people and other resources, to direct activitiestoward common goals and objectives. In general, administrationrefers to the broader management function, including Finance,Accounting, and Economic. The eBooks app features allows the userto : Custom Fonts Custom Text Size Themes / Day mode / Night modeText Highlighting List / Edit / Delete Highlights Handle Internaland External Links Portrait / Landscape Reading Time Left / Pagesleft In-App Dictionary Media Overlays (Sync text rendering withaudio playback) TTS - Text to Speech Support Book Search Add Notesto a Highlight Last Read Position Listener Horizontal readingDistraction Free Reading Credits : Boundless (Creative CommonsAttribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported (CC BY-SA 3.0)) FolioReader,Heberti Almeida (CodeToArt Technology) Cover by Designed bynew7ducks / Freepik LearnProID, www.learnpro.id
Psychology and Sociology 1.3
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Psychology is the academic and applied study of mental functionsand behaviors. The word "psychology" comes from two specific Greekwords—psyche, which means "soul," "life," or "mind," andlogia, which means "the study of." Simply put, psychology isthe study of the mind. The overarching goal of psychology is tounderstand the behavior, mental functions, and emotional processesof human beings. This field ultimately aims to benefit society,partly through its focus on better understanding of mental healthand mental illness. Sociology is a branch of the social sciencesthat uses systematic methods of empirical investigation andcritical analysis to develop and refine a body of knowledge abouthuman social structure and activity. Sometimes the goal ofsociology is to apply such knowledge to the pursuit of governmentpolicies designed to benefit the general social welfare. Itssubject matter ranges from the micro level to the macro level.Microsociology involves the study of people in face-to-faceinteractions. Macrosociology involves the study of widespreadsocial processes. Sociology is a broad discipline in terms of bothmethodology and subject matter. The traditional focuses ofsociology have included social relations, social stratification,social interaction, culture, and deviance, and the approaches ofsociology have included both qualitative and quantitative researchtechniques. The eBooks app features allows the user to : CustomFonts Custom Text Size Themes / Day mode / Night mode TextHighlighting List / Edit / Delete Highlights Handle Internal andExternal Links Portrait / Landscape Reading Time Left / Pages leftIn-App Dictionary Media Overlays (Sync text rendering with audioplayback) TTS - Text to Speech Support Book Search Add Notes to aHighlight Last Read Position Listener Horizontal readingDistraction Free Reading Credits : Boundless (Creative CommonsAttribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported (CC BY-SA 3.0)) FolioReader,Heberti Almeida (CodeToArt Technology) Cover by Designed bynew7ducks / Freepik LearnProID, www.learnpro.id
Physics and Chemistry 1.3
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Physics is a natural science that involves the study of matter andits motion through space and time, along with related concepts suchas energy and force . More broadly, it is the study of nature in anattempt to understand how the universe behaves. Physics uses thescientific method to help uncover the basic principles governinglight and matter, and to discover the implications of those laws.It assumes that there are rules by which the universe functions,and that those laws can be at least partially understood by humansChemistry is the study of matter and the chemical reactions betweensubstances. Chemistry is also the study of matter's composition,structure, and properties. Matter is essentially anything in theworld that takes up space and has mass. Chemistry is sometimescalled "the central science," because it bridges physics with othernatural sciences, such as geology and biology. The eBooks appfeatures allows the user to : Custom Fonts Custom Text Size Themes/ Day mode / Night mode Text Highlighting List / Edit / DeleteHighlights Handle Internal and External Links Portrait / LandscapeReading Time Left / Pages left In-App Dictionary Media Overlays(Sync text rendering with audio playback) TTS - Text to SpeechSupport Book Search Add Notes to a Highlight Last Read PositionListener Horizontal reading Distraction Free Reading Credits :Boundless (Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported (CCBY-SA 3.0)) FolioReader, Heberti Almeida (CodeToArt Technology)Cover by Designed by new7ducks / Freepik LearnProID,www.learnpro.id
Mathematics and Statistics 1.4
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Mathematics is the study of the measurement, relationships, andproperties of quantities and sets, using numbers and symbols.Arithmetic, algebra, geometry, and calculus are branches ofmathematics. This book include some of major subdivisions ofmathematics algebra, calculus, mathematical modeling. Algebra is abranch of mathematics that deals with properties of operations andthe structures these operations are defined on. Elementary Algebrathat follows the study of arithmetic is mostly preoccupied withoperations on sets of whole and rational numbers and solving firstand second order equations. Calculus is branch of mathematics thatdeals with limits and the differentiation and integration offunctions of one or more variables. See more at calculus ofvariations, differential calculus, integral calculus. Statistics isabout the mathematical modeling of observable phenomena, usingstochastic models, and about analyzing data: estimating parametersof the model and testing hypotheses. In these notes, we studyvarious estimation and testing procedures. The eBooks app featuresallows the user to : Custom Fonts Custom Text Size Themes / Daymode / Night mode Text Highlighting List / Edit / Delete HighlightsHandle Internal and External Links Portrait / Landscape ReadingTime Left / Pages left In-App Dictionary Media Overlays (Sync textrendering with audio playback) TTS - Text to Speech Support BookSearch Add Notes to a Highlight Last Read Position ListenerHorizontal reading Distraction Free Reading Credits : Boundless(Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported (CC BY-SA3.0)) FolioReader, Heberti Almeida (CodeToArt Technology) Cover byDesigned by new7ducks / Freepik LearnProID, www.learnpro.id