menceritakan kelebihan berdamping dengan al-Quran. Motivasi minda agar manusia menjadi pencinta al-Quran. Belajar - Mengajar dan Menghafaznya.
LEARNING CALCULUS JUST GOT A LOT EASIER! Here's an innovative shortcut to gaining a more intuitive understanding of both differential and integral calculus. In "Calculus Demystified" an experienced teacher and author of more than 30 books puts all the math background you need inside and uses practical examples, real data, and a totally different approach to mastering calculus. With "Calculus Demystified" you ease into the subject one simple step at a time -- at your own speed. A user-friendly, accessible style incorporating frequent reviews, assessments, and the actual application of ideas helps you to understand and retain all the important concepts. THIS ONE-OF-A-KIND SELF-TEACHING TEXT OFFERS: Questions at the end of each chapter and section to reinforce learning and pinpoint weaknesses A 100-question final exam for self-assessment Detailed examples and solutions Numerous "Math Notes" and "You Try It" items to gauge progress and make learning more enjoyable An easy-to-absorb style -- perfect for those without a mathematics background If you've been looking for a pain way to learn calculus, refresh your skills, or improve your classroom performance, your search ends here.
Part dark fairy tale, part mystery, Yiza is the story of three home street children on the run. One evening, not long after her arrival in Germany, six-year-old Yiza is abandoned at the market where she spends her days. At a shelter for migrant children she meets two boys, Schamhan and Arian, and together they run away. Trekking through snowy forests and housing settlements, they evade police custody, subsisting on the margins of society and doing whatever it takes to survive. Both boys are protective of Yiza but are blind to the moral and emotional complexities of their actions. When Yiza falls ill they take shelter in a greenhouse and Arian spends his days begging for food and medicine, but before long they are discovered. When Yiza is illicitly taken into foster care and confined the novel reaches its brutal denouement as we see that Schamhan and Arian will do anything to be reunited with her. Narrated in simple language and with an innocent charm that belies its social reality, Yiza is a pertinent and timely tale of displacement and suffering.
In ancient Greece, the gods control every life, from peasant to King. When newborn Princess Atalanta is left to die on a mountainside because her father wanted a son, the gods send a bear to care for her. Adopted by a woodsman, she grows into a great hunter and athlete, and is eventually reunited with her father, the King. But as she gets older, Atalanta has no use for the gods and gives them no credit. When she must run the most important race of her life, on which her future happiness rides, the gods intercede once more--and Atalanta learns they will not be ignored forever.
The end of the world would have been easy. Surviving Ankara Fever is practically impossible. As the global pandemic burns across the country, combat veteran Willie Wilder and his family set out to join their cohorts at DARE Ranch, the refuge they secured for just such an emergency. Rather than a happy homecoming, they quickly learn not everything goes to plan. Some friends won't make it. For those who do, getting there may be just the beginning of their trials. Mistaking seclusion for safety, the group comes to realize that rifles and fences won't keep a virus at bay. As an outbreak erupts on the ranch, life or death decisions may spell the end of the ranch, its members, and their dreams for the future.
The sequel to Ankara Fever: Journeys takes you to the refuge and people Roger Westover battles his way across the country to join.
Did you know that African Americans in Oklahoma created a ‘Negro Wall Street’ in the early 1920s? The Oklahoma city of Tulsa in 1921 had a Black hospital, a Black public library, 2 Black public schools, 2 Black newspapers, 2 Black theatres, 5 hotels, 13 churches, 30 restaurants and perhaps 600 Black businesses! What was the story of this great Black achievement? What happened to all of this? In this inspiring lecture essay, Robin Walker, addresses these questions.
No one likes tourists, especially when those tourists are demons from the underworld with a penchant for torturing and killing all humans. When people say, "All hell broke loose", they probably weren't talking about They Might Be Demons. Although Hell doesn't exactly "break loose" in this book, it does take a little vacation.
Destination? Earth. And while that may sound like a bummer as it is, just wait until you discover they've chosen YOUR town as the primary get-together spot. Oh crap, SPOILER ALERT! Sorry for ruining the big surprise. But yeah, you're pretty much boned. Have fun!