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by Joyce FitzGerald Galloway
Cats can bring out latent talents in humans, and they do so with remarkable success for Joyce FitzGerald Galloway, as told in THE CATS WHO LOVE(D) ME AND THE ONE WHO DOESN'T. It all begins one stormy night when the author retrieves a drenched and frightened tiger kitten from a gutter near her home in Ireland. Penny is to lead the parade of these cats, cats with colorful beauty and remarkable individuality, as they are endowned with special gifts, all but one giving her affection. For inst... more
by Nitin Rakesh & Jerry WindEvery crisis while deeply unsettling, contains the seeds of opportunity. Nitin Rakesh, CEO of Mphasis and Jerry Wind, Lauder Professor Emeritus and Professor of Marketing at Wharton have written this book to help you transform any crisis into opportunities by applying the eight principles and an analytical framework to your own unique situation.
by Ronald N. FritschProviding his own faith as an example of the transition from conservative Christianity to accomodate the findings of modern science, Ronald N. Fritsch blends spirituality and quantum physics and provides a testament for a new understanding of God. Fritsch explains how God exists as a loving God and how this love is portrayed in his detailed and beloved Creation. Fritsch addresses controversial topics such as di-polar divinity, the humanity of Jesus of Nazareth, and salvation history along with ... more
by Dr. Patrick M. SchlievertDr. Patrick M Schlievert was in his first year as an assistant professor of Microbiology and Immunology, having spent two years trying to get the medical and scientific communities to recognize that there was a disease called toxic shock syndrome. Because he could not get even the Federal Government to recognize this disease, he started a national news media blitz that became second only to the Iran hostage crisis in 1980. Dr. Schlievert took this chance at great risk to his career because he gr... more
by Gary R. LindbergStudying the existence of God, Lindberg takes a different approach by investigating science as well as Christian research. Lindberg’s unique approach suggests that both science and the Bible were created by God and as a result the two say the same thing. Lindberg’s message will show that science itself proves the existence of God because of the evidence presented.
by Oliver StrömmuseManual for Beginning Interpreters answers the question: “How can I become a successful interpreter in U.S. immigration courts?” Using vignettes and an asylum hearing, this manual will teach you how to embark on this career. This book is an easy-to-read guide, a hands-on manual with practice material to improve interpretation skills. It provides concepts, definitions and vocabulary, tips from experienced interpreters and attorneys to help beginners avoid rookie mistakes, and supplies reference ma... more
by Joseph MirskyI owned a jewelry store in New Jersey. I sent letter sized 4 page newsletters to 1400 customers 3 times a year for 23 years with a variety of short articles, 69 in total The newsletters had articles about consumer and middle class issues, money, economics, and the lighter side of life. The newsletters were an instant hit when I started them in 1997. They were so popular — people would call to thank me for sending them — I can’t believe I’m not rich. Most pages have 3-5 short articles but s... more
by David S. HeerenWhat will be the celestial sign of Jesus’ Second Coming and why will it be important for Christians to recognize it when it appears? These two themes are discussed at length in Jesus’ only sermon that fills four chapters of the Bible (Mt. 24-25, Mark 13, Luke 21). In this sermon, Jesus stressed the need for believers to be watchful (for the sign), prayerful, standing firm, fearing nothing and prepared for anything. Prepared believers will have a chance to share their faith during a great revi... more
by Luca FavaroThis is the story of the very deep relationship between a young Nurse called Kevin and the sick people he assisted. These are real stories of illness, pain, but also hope, love and enlighten by the silent presence of God.
by Gail GilmoreWhen a stray dog named Solomon, scheduled for euthanization in a Georgia high-kill shelter, is pulled by an out-of-state rescue and placed in a Maine foster home, everyone hopes he’ll soon find his forever family. But after only a month in his foster home he bolts, beginning an epic two-year journey south through New England. Traveling solo, Solomon survives by his instincts, wits, and the occasional kindness of an ever-changing cast of humans. Eventually he settles down in the peninsula town of... more
by Laura PedersenAs New York becomes the world’s hardest-hit city by the coronavirus, best-selling author and former New York Times columnist Laura Pedersen reports on how the populace is turned upside-down. Practically overnight millions of people went from living according to facts and figures to being at the mercy of fever and fate. It’s Come to This chronicles the pandemic year as it unfolded, with every week bringing a new set of seemingly impossible challenges and contradictions. Pedersen explains how peop... more
by Bunleang KorsHave English and Khmer words Easy to learn clear and simple for Cambodian People who wants to learn English
by Bill ThompsonIn Why Travel? A Way of Being, A Way of Seeing, Thompson writes about one subject as a way of exploring a multitude of others. With 40 years' experience as a world wanderer and travel writer, he guides readers in discovering new ways of seeing themselves, as travelers, individuals, and world citizens, buttressing his approach with personal experience, practical advice, arresting anecdotes and real-world stories. Why Travel? differs from many a travel book in that its approach won’t be obsolete i... more
by Ashok KumarThe book develops and describes a cogent framework in which human living takes place. The framework depicts linkages and interactions among our behavior, actions, survival, and evolution, and delineates the relationship between survival and morality, and morality and religion, as well as rationale for the latter. Additionally, the framework describes how evolution in humans is similar and yet different from other species.
by Kelly Mitchell & Matthew ZakutnyHave you ever walked around your house wondering WHY this was installed that way or WHY there is orange shag carpet in the kitchen? Maybe you wondered WHY there has to be a front yard or WHY do pests keep getting into your home? We provide a comedic look at the WHY and some insight on what should be. This book provides a tour of the insanity of past, present, and future home design highlighting the tragic comedy of why things are the way they are and what could be done differently to elevate ... more
by Kelly MitchellWhen a teacher exclaims, “Clap if you can hear me,” students are meant to clap once in unison in answer to demonstrate they are attentive, focused, and processing what is being said. The essential ingredient in enhancing education is paying attention. This book presents practical solutions to empower students and parents in education. Clap If You Can Hear Me is a navigational guide that exposes critical deficits in PreK through higher education programs. It also illuminates best practices to ... more