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  • Emotional Fossils: Mental Illness and Human Evolution

    by John V. Wylie, MD

    This essay is the culmination of forty-five years as a psychiatrist investigating the relationship between severe mental illnesses and human evolution. I have concluded that the most important changes leading to our evolutionary success occurred inside the mind. Upright posture, large molar teeth, opposable thumbs, large brains, and the onset of culture were additive responses to the evolution of what MOTIVATED early humans. The inner experiences of major depression, panic disorder, schizophr... more

  • While I Was There With The Students

    by Ms Robinson
    While I Was There With The Students is a guide for new teachers entering the education field. The boo shares personal experiences, resources and steps to becoming a new teacher.
  • Puppy Love: Potty Training My Puppy Pal

    by David Doogle

    Potty training your puppy pal can be quick and easy. David Doogle has written a book that simplifies the process and actually makes it a fun experience that brings you closer to your new companion!

    There is nothing in the world quite as exciting as having a puppy around! Puppies are so cute, adorable, and rewarding. Bringing home a puppy of your own to raise is one of the best decisions you will ever make!

    After you read this book you should gain:

    • A General Understandin... more
  • This Is B1G: How the Big Ten Set the Standard in College Sports

    by Ed Sherman

    This is B1G is the official history of the Big Ten, the first, largest and most successful conference in college sports. Published by the Big Ten, this lavishly-designed coffee-table style book is 352 pages with more than 80,000 words of text and 300 photos that tell the compelling story of the conference dating back to its founding in 1895. There are profiles of iconic Big Ten athletes such as Jesse Owens, Red Grange, Jack Nicklaus and Magic Johnson and coaches like Woody Hayes, Amos Alonzo ... more

  • Technical Communication for College and Career: How to Write in Academia, Business, Engineering, Research, Science, and Technolo

    by Jack Fishstrom
    This original and comprehensive guide to technical communication for college and career is organized into five major parts covering these essentials: •\tDelivering Just the Right Document •\tWriting Elegant Prose •\tFulfilling Your Communication Purpose •\tPersuading Your Reader •\tMastering Important Genres You can approach the material either through sequential study from cover to cover or in a pick-and-choose manner, selecting subjects as you need them for just-in-time reference. I... more
  • Logo Design Theory: How Branding Design Really Works

    by A. Michael Shumate
    For all graphic designers and students of graphic design: Learn why certain identities have been used for decades, some for more than half a century, and still look fresh, while others look dated and tired in only a few years. Discover the unchanging Core Principles of logo design.
  • Scenes from a Tapestry

    by Peter Doughty
  • Bridging the Gap: A Spiritual Journey to Heaven and Back

    by Calvin Cassady
    Bridging the Gap is the story of that miraculous event and the life of fulfillment that followed. Experience that fulfillment through Calvins spouse, his children, his students, his friends, and through the lives of total strangers as they became players in the great spiritual adventures of his life. Observe as the Holy Spirit guides Calvin through natural disasters and serious health issues, and feel the love as he takes into the mission field. Bridging the Gap celebrates the ordinary and ... more
  • A Woman's Guide to Low Self-Esteem

    by Darlene Lacey
    Part personal essay, part pop culture historical dive, this book takes women on a dive into the laugh-until-you-cry trenches of the outrageous world of forgotten advertising. With over 170 vintage ads, photos, and illustrations, this book provides the "smoking gun" as to how women's advertising has messed with their minds for over 100 years.
  • Because It's Wrong

    by Lydia Greico
    Because Its Wrong is relevant today because each year, bullying is on the rise. Few people want to talk about the subject as if it is taboo. Lydia Greico, the author, was bullied herself in elementary school, as well as in the neighborhood in which she grew up. She feels that bullying is wrong, especially for the victim. Childhood bullies get away with their behavior because parents either don't see it or are in denial. Bullying is on the rise all over the world. It has to stop. How are we able ... more
  • Best Heavy Equipment Grease

    by Petron Plus Direct
    If you are looking for best heavy equipment grease then look no further than Petron Plus Direct! Our products have been carefully and extensively field-tested.
  • FORTY MINUTES TO BATON ROUGE: The Story of Robert "Bo " Rein

    by A. Zach Williams

    FORTY MINUTES TO BATON ROUGE examines the life and tragic death of LSU head football coach Robert "Bo" Rein at age 34. The fact that Rein never actually coached a day at LSU muddies the emotional waters and creates an unfortunate chasm between those who knew him and those who never got the chance. Sadly, after only 42 days at the helm, the evening of January 10, 1980 took a tragic and unfathomable turn. While returning to Baton Rouge from a Shreveport recruiting trip, Rein and his p... more

  • A Walk Around O'ahu: My Personal Pilgrimage

    by Arthur Shimamura
    Take a walk around the island of O‘ahu, exploring the beaches, culture, and sites along the way. Part travelogue, part photo book, part quirky travel guide, you’re sure to enjoy this fun and engaging journey.
  • Bookstore Explorer: West Virginia

    by Matt Browning
    "Bookstore Explorer: West Virginia" showcases the Mountain State's independent bookshops through photos and firsthand accounts from owners, employees, customers, and locals. Plus, literary luminaries like best-selling author Rajia Hassib ("A Pure Heart") and West Virginia Poet Laureate Marc Harshman share their own bookstore memories. From the tips of the panhandles to the southern coalfields, it's a literary journey throughout West Virginia.
  • Getting Your Book Into Libraries

    by Eric Otis Simmons
    In “Getting Your Book Into Libraries,” Simmons lays out the methodology and strategy he developed to successfully get his self-published books into 85 libraries, including 7 of America’s largest, in less than two years, and without paying for expensive book reviews! Based on Simmons’ article, “How To Get Your Books Into Libraries,” posted by Joanna Penn from, that generated 4,061 interactions, from readers in thirty (30) countries not long after its posting, and became the... more