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by James M. DoranAs we celebrate Erroll Garner's centennial (June 15, 2021) this new edition will inspire a new generation of Garner enthusiasts. Erroll Garner: The Most Happy Piano, Centennial Edition, is divided into three sections, as was the original 1985 edition. The first section, "His Story," has been updated to include the vital records of the interviewees who participated in the oral history project. With the passage of time, most of the voices in the oral history are now gone. "His Times" is a chronolo... more
by Ronald Joseph KuleStarting from her birth in Missouri on a Fourth of July, the biography of renowned Veterinarian Dr. Ava Frick, an acknowledged animal whisperer and Founding Animal Chiropractic Inductee to its hall of fame, intermingles with reminiscences (in her own words) of certain animals who made a difference in and altered her life as much or more than she made a difference in theirs. Ava Frick is an outspoken and outside-the-box proponent of innovative care for animals large and small.
by Peter Langman, Ph.D.How do we prevent the next school shooting? By knowing the warning signs. Dr. Langman’s timely book presents research-based, practical guidance on anticipating and preventing mass attacks. Warning Signs is for all members of a school community, including school personnel, mental health professionals, law enforcement officers, parents, and students. Drawing on lessons learned from dozens of thwarted plots and deadly attacks, Warning Signs provides the insight necessary to keep schools safe.
by Charles Leonard GillWe must be intentional with our lives and decide to grow continually to become an inspirational individual with the right attitude who strives to achieve spiritual, personal, and professional growth, then move to the next stage, LEADERSHIP! The book provides fundamental leadership principles for front-line leaders, the purpose of coaches and mentors, sharing your story, learning your staff, understanding change, and giving back.
by David LockwoodFooled by the Winners will change the way you think about the stock market, health care, global warming, diets, lotteries, restaurants, and your siblings. It will reshape your perspective of the past and give you a clearer view of the future. Fooled by the Winners is a book about survivor bias, the cognitive error of focusing on the winners, the successes, and the living. But in many instances, we can learn more from those who have lost, failed, or died. Survivor bias is found in a wide ra... more
by Shaun DowlingTALK YOUR WAY ROUND EUROPE FRENCH SPANISH ITALIAN GERMAN Talk Your Way Around Europe provides a new, and simpler, method of learning French, Spanish, Italian, and German. Whether you want to learn the language from scratch, or simply refresh your memory, this is the book for you. Each language comes with a carefully chosen 500 – word vocabulary, with a separate list of words for buying food and eating out, and one for business use. a list of 80 frequently used “message builders” with which to... more
by Elliot Brent
It is known and understood that the mystery of the seven golden candlesticks of Revelation 1:20 is of the seven periods of the church. The church is currently in its last age-- the age of Laodicea. The ages of the church end in failure. Thus, as in 1517, when one named Martin Luther wrote words unto the church of his day, this very literature serves as those 95 theses that Martin Luther nailed to the church's door years ago. When Israel began to fall into idolatry, they moved further away... more
by Sahara Devi
Take a journey that will open your eyes, your mind, your Heart.
Take a journey that will #UpliftandInspire.
Take a journey that will create insight and encouragement.
In simple, relatable language—more wham/bam/thank-you-ma'am and less blah, blah, blah—Sahara speaks of the human condition at the crossroads of a new way of being in the world: a way of being that honors the essence of what we are and propels us toward the next stage of evolution as a species,&n... more
by Katherine MaderHave you ever wondered what a judge is really thinking? To most people, judges are mysterious creatures. Judge Mader shines a bright spotlight on the hidden folds of the judging world. The old saying is that judges merely "follow the law." Yet following the law can produce wildly different results depending upon each judge's background, politics, and life experiences. Even the floor of the courthouse to which a case is assigned can mean the difference between prison and freedom. From her perc... more
by J. H. Clark
Hazelet's Journal is a true story that gives us insight into the character of those who went before us, a sense of passion, loyalty, and resilience that was so much a part of the great American spirit that our country was founded upon. It's told in the journalist's original voice, captured for generations to come.
Building for Retirement in Belize: How a Primary School Dropout Conned a Multiple-Degree College Client!by Gloria Alecia SwiftMs. Gloria Swift immigrated to the United States in 1973. She worked long, exhaustive hours and saved her money to retire in tranquility somewhere in Switzerland. However, as her retirement date drew near and she listened to her sisters’ decision to return to Belize and assist the underserved people in rural areas, she changed her plans. She joined them, but they needed a home. She found Ben, a contractor in Belize, sent money to him, and the result was a disaster. Ms. Swift sued Ben in Supreme ... more
by Nathan JohnDecision Point is an exciting new approach to personal development and motivation. With a saturated generalist market for personal development, self-help and motivation decision point focuses the wide and general narrative to a single point, the point in which a person makes a decision to make a change, and what to do immediately after. Decision Point shows it’s reader how to introduce small disciplines into their lives as part of a wider plan to that personal success is ensured. The author uses... more
by Lucia Mann
A Historical Record Attesting to the Heartless and Brutal Atrocities of Canada's Indigenous People.
by John MilorJohn Milor’s fascinating work is based on the Bible telling of a powerful deception that will overshadow the Earth, a deception so intense that only those with a genuine love relationship with God will be able to endure it. Events from the author’s own life, including a series of supernatural encounters, have revealed some key components of this “strong delusion,” which he believes will initiate a grand display of open contact with extraterrestrials. It will also involve the rise of Islam. I... more
by Richard K. Borden
What If You Could Acquire Four Thousand Years of Wisdom in One Book?
Eighteen wise leaders...
Spanning the entire globe. In Sage Advice, you will examine the lives and maxims of eighteen sages selected for their unique contributions to human thinking. You’ll find a short thought-provoking biography of each, followed by quotes from their carefully collated texts that address timeless topics like patience, wisdom, making mistakes, and leadership, among ... more