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    The rise of Christianity

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    The rise of Christianity

    Examines the beginnings of the Christian Church, its growth and spread, its problems, and its triumphs.

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    The Atlantic slave trade

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    The Atlantic slave trade

    Nardo, Don, 1947-

    Discusses the 400 year Africa to the Americas slave trade and the effect it still has today.

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    Vitamins and minerals

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    Vitamins and minerals

    Nardo, Don, 1947-

    Discusses the body's need of essential vitamins and minerals, and how to stike the right balance toward eating a healthy diet.

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    Teens and eating disorders

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    Teens and eating disorders

    Nardo, Don, 1947-, author.

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    Teens and gender dysphoria

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    Teens and gender dysphoria

    Nardo, Don, 1947- author.

    This book explains the nature of gender dysphoria, its causes, what living with it is like, and whether it can be treated or cured.

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    Greek drama

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    Living in ancient Egypt

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    Ancient Mesopotamia

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    Ancient Mesopotamia

    Nardo, Don, 1947-

    A historical overview of the rise of the Assyrians and Babylonians and the culture they developed in ancient Mesopotamia, plus a glimpse of the region in later centuries.

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    The Roman Empire

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    The Roman Empire

    Nardo, Don, 1947-

    Traces the history of the Roman Empire from the days of the Republic through the reign of the Caesars and the influence of Christianity to the fall of Rome.

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    The Roman Republic

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    The Roman Republic

    Nardo, Don, 1947-

    Traces the history of the Roman Republic from the founding of Rome through its wars, conquests, and expansion to the fall of the Republic.

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    Ancient Greece

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    Ancient Greece

    Nardo, Don, 1947-

    Traces the history of Greek civilization from the rise of the city-states to the flourishing of the classical Greek empire.

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    The rise of Nazi Germany

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    The rise of Nazi Germany

    Studies the rise of Nazi Germany and discusses the political, social, and economic events that caused it.

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    The American Revolution

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    The American Revolution

    Nardo, Don, 1947-

    Offers opposing viewpoints regarding the American Revolution, including prewar disputes, patriot versus loyalist views, wartime concerns, and debate among modern historians.

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    Cyclops

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    Cyclops

    Nardo, Don, 1947-

    Studies the mythological Greek monster of Cyclopes and examines its characteristics, origins, and stories surrounding it.

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    Medusa

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    Medusa

    Nardo, Don, 1947-

    Examines the origin surrounding the mythological Greek figure of Medusa and discusses her physical features, her magical powers, and how Perseus finally was able to kill her.

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    The Atlantic slave trade

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    The Atlantic slave trade

    Nardo, Don, 1947-

    Chronicles the history of the Atlantic Slave Trade from the late 1400s to its demise in the 1800s, discussing African participation in the capturing of slaves and slavery in Colonial America.

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