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IT Project Proposals: Writing to Win
Cambridge University Press (2005)
CA$91.82

A guide to creating high quality, persuasive proposals promoting software products or services.

Python: Programming Art Level 1
Cambridge University Press (2014)
CA$15.93

Coding Club is a unique new series of coding books that will guide young programmers to create their...

Cambridge IGCSE® and O Level Environmental Management Coursebook Digital Edition
Cambridge University Press (2017)
CA$30.66

Resources tailored to the Cambridge IGCSE® (0680) and O Level (5014) Environmental Management...

The Complete Workbook for Science Fair Projects
Wiley (2004)
CA$13.99

Your personal coach and game plan for creating a unique and award-winning science fair project ...

Release, Control and Validation ITIL Intermediate Capability Handbook
The Stationery Office Ltd (2013)
CA$13.26

Updated in line with the Release, Control and Validation (RCV) syllabus, this quick-reference guide...

Mobile Wireless Communications
Cambridge University Press (2004)
CA$54.91

A 2004 introduction to digital mobile wireless networks, illustrating theoretical underpinnings with...

Cambridge International AS and A Level IT Digital Edition
Cambridge University Press (2016)
CA$42.36

This set of resources provides support for teachers and students of the Cambridge International AS...

Sports Science: 40 Goal-Scoring, High-Flying, Medal-Winning Experiments for Kids

Sports Science

40 Goal-Scoring, High-Flying, Medal-Winning Experiments for Kids

Wiley (2002)
CA$12.50

Dive headfirst into the science behind sports----and come up a winner! * Have you ever wondered if...

The Chocolate Voyage (Dr. Seuss/Cat in the Hat)
Random House Children's Books (2013)
CA$4.99

When the Cat in the Hat eats Nick's last piece of chocolate, the gang visits the Forest of...

Cambridge IGCSE Computer Science
Hodder Education (2015)
CA$40.35

Endorsed by Cambridge International Examinations. Develop your students computational thinking...