Journal of Applied Probability
With a publication record spanning more than five decades, the Journal of Applied Probability is the oldest journal devoted to the publication of research in the field of applied probability.
Cambridge IGCSE Chemistry (fourth edition)
Written by a team with teaching and examining experience, Cambridge IGCSE Chemistry (fourth edition) gives comprehensive and accessible coverage of the syllabus.
Advanced Grammar in Use Third edition
Martin Hewings Cambridge English
An updated version of the highly successful Advanced Grammar in Use.
Environmental Systems and Societies for the IB Diploma (second edition)
Paul Guinness, Brenda Walpole Education
Environmental Systems and Societies for the IB Diploma (second edition) follows the latest syllabus for first examination in 2017.
International Review of Social History
IRSH's latest issue offers a themed section on the global reception of E. P. Thomson’ field-defining 'The Making of the Working Class'.
Peter May Cambridge English
Compact First provides B2-level students with thorough preparation and practice of the grammar, vocabulary, language skills, topics and exam skills needed for success in Cambridge English: First, previously known as Cambridge First Certificate in English (FCE).
Cambridge Academic English
Martin Hewings and Craig Thaine Cambridge English
Designed specifically for students at university and on foundation courses, this integrated skills course develops language and real academic skills essential for successful university studies across disciplines.
History for the IB Diploma
Written by experienced examiners, the series covers selected topics from the Standard and Higher Level options in the IB History syllabus.
The Roles of Language in CLIL
Ana Llinares, Tom Morton and Rachel Whittaker Paperback
This book raises practitioners' awareness of how language functions in Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL).
Journal of American Studies
Journal of American Studies seeks to critique and interrogate the notion of "America", pursuing this through international perspectives on the history, literature, politics and culture of the United States
English in Mind
Herbert Puchta, Jeff Stranks and Peter Lewis-Jones, with Richard Carter Cambridge English
Written for teenagers, English in Mind creates an inspiring learning experience for secondary students.
Cambridge International AS and A Level English Language
An exciting comprehensive suite of resources designed to provide complete coverage of the Cambridge International AS and A Level English Language syllabus (9093), for first examination in 2015.
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