1. Apfel, Robert E. Deaf Architects and Blind Acousticians. New Haven , Connecticut. Apple Enterprises Press, c1998.
This author offers insights into the world of acoustics and how to use it.
2. Athey, Lois. Latin America: Regional Studies Series. Paramus, New Jersey, Globe Book Company, A Division of Simon and Schuster, c1993.
Various aspects of Latin American culture can be gleaned.
3. DeBlij, H.J. and Muller, Peter O. Geography Regions and Concepts, 6th ed., New York, John Wiley & Sons, Inc., c1991.
4. Espenshade, Edward B., Editor. Rand McNally Goode’s World Atlas, 18th ed., Chicago, Illinois, Rand McNally, c1990.
This looks at Geography at the time of the breakup of the Soviet Union.
This atlas provides a comprehensive look at the globe.
5. Getis, Arthur, Getis, Judith, and Fellmann, Jerome. Introduction to Geography, 3rd ed. Dubuque, Iowa, Wm. C. Brown Publishers, c1988.
This is a good introduction to Geography at the college level.
6. Gove, Philip Babcock, Editor-in-Chief and the Merriam-Webster Editorial Staff, Webster’s Third New International Dictionary of the English Language, Unabridged. Springfield, Massachusetts, Merriam-Webster, Inc. Publishers, c1993.
This tome is a basic reference for the English language.
7. Kelly, Robin E. Fearon’s World Geography and Cultures. Paramus, New Jersey, Globe Fearon Educational Publisher, c1994.
This geography text is used in survey courses.
8. Lye, Keith. The Complete Atlas of the World. Austin, Texas, Raintree Steck-Vaughn, c1995.
This reference depicts the world after the break-up of the Communist block.
9. Rossing, Thomas. The Science of Sound, 2nd ed. Reading, Massachusetts, Addison-Wesley Publishing Company, c1990.
This reflects the latest advances in the field of acoustics.
10. Schwartz, Melvin and O’Connor, John. Exploring a Changing World. Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, Globe Book Company, A division of Simon and Schuster, c1993.
This text investigates the world we live in at a high school level.