Wikibooks:Book of the month/2006
The book of the month for January is Chess – an instructional and strategy guide to the ancient game.
The book of the month for February is Big Cats – a book for children exploring fascinating world of big cats.
April 2006 - French
May 2006 - German
Learn the interesting German language. Beginners can become introduced with the book and the language and then begin studying German. Advanced users can browse the book's contents and study and review grammar. Downloadable print and PDF versions are also available for your convenience.
June 2006 - European History
Become an expert in European History, from the Middle Ages to today! This comprehensive text introduces readers to the political, social, economic, and cultural occurrences that shaped the modern western world. European History is also offered as both a print version as well as a downloadable PDF version.
July 2006 - Organic Chemistry
Organic chemistry is primarily devoted to the unique properties of the carbon atom and its compounds. These compounds play a critical role in biology and ecology, Earth sciences and geology, physics, industry, medicine and -- of course -- chemistry.
August 2006 - Movie Making Manual
The Movie Making Manual covers the full process involved in producing work for television and film, including writing, scouting locations, cinematography, lighting, sound recording, directing actors, editing, and marketing
September 2006 - Cognitive Psychology and Cognitive Neuroscience
The Cognitive Psychology and Cognitive Neuroscience book is a collaboration work of the CPCN course at the University of Osnabrueck. It covers a wide range of different topics concerning brain, human behaviour and their interaction.
October 2006 - Rhetoric and Composition
The Rhetoric and Composition book is designed for use as a textbook in first-year college composition programs.
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November 2006 - Special Relativity
December 2006 - Nanotechnology
Nanotechnology and nanoscience is about controlling and understanding matter on the sub-micrometer and atomic scale..