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Finally, packed in a small sleeve attached to the inside cover of back of the book is an incredible 20 track CD providing examples of the music produced during those years.
A supplemental section of discourse summaries in the back of the book will prove useful to first-time readers.
This 96-page, full color, coffee--table sized paperback showcases full page reproductions with their individual captions being collected together in the back of the book rather than take up room on the illustrated pages themselves.
Even the one-sentence captions for the photographs are grouped together at the back of the book, so as not to distract from the compelling visual experience.
She manages to resist him sexually, and when he ditches her, she goes to the library and writes in the back of the book Forever, by Judy Blume, the details of what a jerk he is.
The back of the book also includes a glossary of medical terms, a list of resources and a list of commonly prescribed cardiovascular medications.
And as an added bonus, kids can use a recipe in the back of the book to make their own edible animal scat in various, um, lifelike shapes.
A microwave chapter is included for college students, and readers will enjoy creative sections in the back of the book, including party ideas and pampering recipes.