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Fri Mar 21 17:03:39 2014 UTClccn-n810121250.00Macaulay, David : [miscellaneous ephemeral material]0.080.47The humanities and the city: building books104202620David_Macaulayn 81012125558062David Alexander MacaulayDavid MacaulayMacaulay, DavidMacaulay, David Alexander, 1946-دافيد ماكولايディビットマコーレイデビッドマコーレイマコーレイ, デビッドlccn-n79073908Houghton Mifflin Companypbllccn-n84151470Unicorn Projects, Incnp-klein, larryKlein, Larryproausdrtlccn-n77010699Olshaker, Mark1951-ausprodrtlccn-no94021892PBS Home Videolccn-n79060760Ardley, Neilothcrelccn-no97033628WGBH Video (Firm)lccn-n90678967WGBH (Television station : Boston, Mass.).Science Unitnc-empire state building new york n yEmpire State Building (New York, N.Y.)lccn-n88274463Production Group, IncMacaulay, DavidJuvenile worksFictionHistoryPopular worksPicture booksHumorTelevision adaptationsSoftwarePictorial worksInterviewsAntiquitiesTechnologyArchitectureCathedralsArchitecture, GothicRome (Empire)WalesBuildingLiterary recreationsPuzzlesCastlesFortificationRiddlesNewspapersRailroad trainsCowsPerspectiveImaginationParent and childParentsCity and town lifeOccupationsMilitary engineeringEgyptGlory of GodMosques--Design and constructionPyramids--Design and constructionCity planningCivil engineeringItalyItaly--RomeFranceUnderground utility linesUnderground constructionHuman bodyHuman physiologyTextile factoriesWreckingRhode IslandSkyscrapersCaribbean SeaCaribbean AreaShipwrecksUnderwater archaeologyCaravelsCivilization, ModernNorth AmericaEnglish fictionPigeonsHumorous stories1946196719731974197519761977197819791980198119821983198419851986198719881989199019911992199319941995199619971998199920002001200220032004200520062007200820092010201120122013753714661622[FIC]PZ7.M1197ocn000618460ocn008280292ocn075381798ocn462037262ocn055206531ocn420513390ocn029299720ocn440661802ocn179153507ocn812123654ocn067705463ocn064704615ocn067706173ocn018577685ocn058465658ocn230736317ocn802867805ocn075754365ocn075630585ocn181540435ocn722931458ocn017354419ocn762701629ocn421606815ocn676284737ocn842458418ocn492582566ocn492754795ocn822651750ocn762709430ocn673807562ocn822614490ocn826847254460254ocn017917341book19880.07Macaulay, DavidThe way things workJuvenile worksInteractive multimediaPopular worksText and numerous detailed illustrations introduce and explain the scientific principles and workings of hundreds of machines. Includes new material about digital technology+-+7203790485449632ocn000618460book19730.07Macaulay, DavidCathedral : the story of its constructionJuvenile worksText and detailed drawings follow the planning and construction of a magnificent Gothic cathedral in the imaginary French town of Chutreaux during the thirteenth century+-+0311680485444812ocn020671317book19900.06Macaulay, DavidBlack and whiteJuvenile worksFictionFour brief "stories" about parents, trains, and cows, or is it really all one story? The author recommends careful inspection of words and pictures to both minimize and enhance confusion+-+8606700485440321ocn002965418book19770.06Macaulay, DavidCastleJuvenile worksFictionText and detailed drawings follow the planning and construction of a "typical" castle and adjoining town in thirteenth-century Wales. Superb design, magnificent illustrations, and clearly presented information distinguish all of David Macaulay's books. Whether chronicling the monumental achievements of past civilizations or satirizing modern architecture, he is concerned above all in how constructions are made and what their effects are on people and their lives. The word itself conjures up mystery, romance, intrigue, and grandeur. What could be more perfect for an author/illustrator who has continually stripped away the mystique of architectural structures that have long fascinated modern man? With typical zest and wry sense of humor punctuating his drawings, David Macaulay traces the step-by-step planning and construction of both castle and town+-+5932070485389131ocn001288488book19750.07Macaulay, DavidPyramidHistoryJuvenile worksText and black-and-white illustrations follow the intricate step-by-step process of the building of an ancient Egyptian pyramid+-+1259670485334129ocn039042791book19880.07Macaulay, DavidThe new way things workJuvenile worksSoftwareInteractive multimediaPopular worksText and numerous detailed illustrations introduce and explain the scientific principles and workings of hundreds of machines. Includes new material about digital technology+-+8293840485318327ocn000858722book19740.06Macaulay, DavidCity : a story of Roman planning and constructionJuvenile worksText and black and white illustrations show how the Romans planned and constructed their cities for the people who lived within them+-+7774980485250117ocn002189194book19760.07Macaulay, DavidUndergroundJuvenile worksText and drawings describe the subways, sewers, building foundations, telephone and power systems, columns, cables, pipes, tunnels, and other underground elements of a large modern city+-+K482970485236017ocn043993464book20000.06Macaulay, DavidBuilding bigHistoryJuvenile worksWhy this shape and not that? Why steel instead of concrete or stone? Why put it here and not over there? These are the kinds of questions that David Macaulay asks himself when he observes an architectural wonder. These questions take him back to the basic process of design from which all structures begin, from the realization of a need for the structure to the struggles of the engineers and designers to map out and create the final construction. As only he can, David Macaulay engages readers' imaginations and gets them thinking about structures they see and use every day -- bridges, tunnels, skyscrapers, domes, and dams. In Building Big he focuses on the connections between the planning and design problems and the solutions that are finally reached. Whether a structure is imposing or inspiring, he shows us that common sense and logic play just as important a part in architecture as imagination and technology do. As always, Macaulay inspires readers of all ages to look at their world in a new way+-+6688140485231213ocn051336494book20030.06Macaulay, DavidMosqueJuvenile worksPicture booksAn author and artist who has continually stripped away the mystique of architectural structures that have long fascinated modern people, David Macaulay here reveals the methods and materials used to design and construct a mosque in late-sixteenth-century Turkey. Through the fictional story and Macaulay's distinctive full-color illustrations, readers will learn not only how such monumental structures were built but also how they functioned in relation to the society they served+-+498597361522304ocn231745610book20080.06Macaulay, DavidThe way we work : getting to know the amazing human bodyJuvenile worksFrom the Publisher: Many of us spend most of our lives oblivious to even basic information about the most amazing thing we'll ever take for granted-our own bodies. In The Way We Work, David Macaulay gives readers an opportunity to discover just how remarkable the human body really is. This comprehensive and entertaining resource reveals the inner workings of the human body and all of its systems and mechanisms, as only David Macaulay could. Page after page of beautifully illustrated spreads detail everything from cells to the bones and organs they build, clearly explaining the function of each, and offering up-close glimpses, unique cross-sections and perspectives, and even a little humor along the way. This book is for you and everyone you know. It can serve as a reference for children of all ages, families, teachers, and anyone who has questions about how their body works. This informative and engaging guide introduces you to you, and you will come away with a new appreciation of the amazing world inside yourself. When you open the cover you will see how David Macaulay builds a body and explains THE WAY WE WORK. There is no other book like it!+-+9328873615221713ocn009557299book19800.19Macaulay, DavidMillHistoryJuvenile worksThe construction of an early nineteenth-century spinning mill in Rhode Island. Best Books for Junior High Readers. Four different Rhode Island textile mills of the nineteenth century are described in text and excellent drawings. Best Books for Senior High Readers. In a text that uses original sources and many excellent diagrams, 4 different nineteenth-century New England cotton mills are described. Best Books for Children, 6th ed. The construction of an early 19th-century spinning mill in Rhode Island. Best Books for Young Teen Readers. Four different Rhode Island textile mills of the 19th century are described in text & excellent drawings. Bowker Authored Title code. The construction of an early 19th-century spinning mill in Rhode Island. Annotation. The mills at Wicksbridge are imaginary, but their planning, construction, and operation are quite typical of mills developed in New England throughout the nineteenth century+-+2583980485221213ocn006330882book19750.06Macaulay, DavidUnbuildingJuvenile worksThis fictional account of the dismantling and removal of the Empire State Building describes the structure of a skyscraper and explains how such an edifice would be demolished+-+1209470485207311ocn025412800book19920.06Macaulay, DavidShipHistoryJuvenile worksDescribes wooden ships or caravels of the fifteenth century and follows archaeologists as they uncover a lost caravel in the Caribbean Sea+-+8489700485172313ocn005029734book19790.19Macaulay, DavidMotel of the mysteriesHumorIn the year 4022, an amateur archeologist makes an important discovery in the long buried country of Usa that has many humorous parallels to Howard Carter's excavation of Tutankhamen's tomb+-+7079370485166510ocn031937767book19950.06Macaulay, DavidShortcutJuvenile worksFictionVisual clues provide answers to the mysterious interrelationship of a series of brief stories+-+418970048515547ocn015659622book19670.06Macaulay, DavidWhy the chicken crossed the roadBy crossing a road, a chicken sets off a series of wild events, in which the Anderson twins blow up their bathroom and the brave young Hooper lad is rolled up and delivered inside an Oriental rug+-+166930048515549ocn047696124book20020.06Macaulay, DavidAngeloJuvenile worksFictionPictorial worksWhile restoring the front of a church, an old plasterer rescues several injured pigeons and nurses them back to health+-+017316361514468ocn505420678book20100.06Macaulay, DavidBuilt to lastJuvenile worksReveals the how and why behind some of the most fascinating and enduring structures humankind has ever created. The castle, cathedral, and mosque are fictional structures set within a historical framework. Includes a glossary+-+859798290513688ocn036923200book19970.06Macaulay, DavidRome anticsJuvenile worksFictionA pigeon carrying an important message takes the reader on a unique tour which includes both ancient and modern parts of the city of Rome+-+8427730485331ocn767627870visu19860.23Macaulay, DavidCathedralHistoryJuvenile worksTelevision adaptationsAuthor David Macaulay hosts Cathedral, based on his award-winning book. Using a combination of spectacular location sequences and cinema-quality animation, the program surveys France's most famous churches. Travel back to 1214 to explore the design of Notre Dame de Beaulieu, a representative Gothic cathedral. The program tells period tales revealing fascinating stories of life and death, faith and despair, prosperity and intrigue291ocn009794037visu19810.20Macaulay, DavidA visit with David MacaulayInterviewsAuthor-illustrator David Macaulay describes his research methods and demonstrates his drawing techniques121ocn270934105com20010.31David MacaulayPage includes a brief, original movie featuring David Macaulay in his Rhode Island studio talking about writing and illustrating books, a movie transcript, an in-depth written interview, a discussion guide for the movie and interview, and a comprehensive bibliography. Also includes a collection of off-site links to Macaulay's web site, guides for his books, book award sites, and other interviews with Macaulay112ocn050141849book20000.33Macaulay, DavidThe road to RomeIllustrationsBeatrice and her dog, Ajax, fly over Rome in a hot-air balloon21ocn038517821rcrd19890.06David MacaulayBiography11ocn077894127mixDavid Macaulay :11ocn774999154rcrd19860.47Macaulay, DavidThe humanities and the city: building books11ocn070826442rcrd19920.10Macaulay, DavidDavid MacaulayInterviewsThis teaching unit centers on an interview with author David Macaulay, who speaks about his childhood, his education, writing and illustrating children's literature, and the specific process of writing "The Way Things Work." Accompanying book entitled A lesson plan book for "The Way Things Work" by David Macauley includes 4 lesson plans, bibliographical references (p. 6) and reproducible worksheets. Accompanying poster features artwork from "The Way Things Work."11ocn070921487art1983Fielding, MantleMacaulay, David Alexander11ocn199093615bookMacaulay, David : [miscellaneous ephemeral material]The folder may include clippings, announcements, small exhibition catalogs, and other ephemeral items11ocn821883431visu20120.47Macaulay, David #2+-+8606700485+-+8606700485Fri Mar 21 15:07:11 EDT 2014batch45707