Navy flyer Tom Hudner, who received the Medal of Honor during the Korean War attempting to rescue a fellow pilot, Jesse Brown, reminisces in a sidebar
in this edition about his visit to the crash site in North Korea.
Just a paragraph or two, these can be calls-to-action (for example, where to buy an author's book or how to participate in a survey) or even a really short sidebar
Northerners such as Dorothea Dix, the crusader for the reform of mental institutions and later superintendent of female nurses for the Union during the war; Harriet Beecher Stowe, the author of Uncle Tom's Cabin, whom President Lincoln called "the woman that wrote the book that caused this war"; Harriet Tubman, a runaway slave who helped operate the "underground railroad"; and many others enjoy excellent sidebar
One regular feature is a sidebar
titled "Were You Aware?
A typical chapter has interpretive text, several sidebars
in brown, hyperlinks to other information, and "connections," which applies the text to contemporary life.
For through-rod applications, the units can be supplied with all round hole sidebars
Three types of sidebars
appear throughout the book:
Amtrak inspects the rails on its Northeast corridor lines twice a week but the cracks on the sidebars
may have been difficult to detect with just a visible inspection, Garcia said.
For examples of some derivatives contracts, see the sidebars
on pages 57 and 58.
The overall narrative is interspersed with various sidebars
Filled with seasonal rhymes, full page colorful illustrations, and informative sidebars
with educational commentary to be used for additional learning, "J Is for Jack-O'-Lantern" is just the right combination of spooky and fun to appeal to kids.
Small maps show distribution areas at a glance while sidebars
of song notes and behavior and habitat make for quick at-a-glance information.