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  • Mastering the Craft of Compelling Storytelling

    by Ray Rhamey
    Mastering the Craft of Compelling Storytelling is •a one-book remedy for a host of beginner-novelist ailments •a tune-up for published authors •a resource for editors and their clients Tess Gerritsen, bestselling author of Die Again: “Whether you’re writing your first novel or your twentieth, this book is a must-have for any novelist. And it’s one of the most readable, entertaining books on writing out there.”
  • Helping Students Eliminate Inappropriate School Behavior: A Group Activities' Guide for Teachers and Counselors

    by GERARD VERNOT
    The major purpose of this book is to help students improve their school behavior. The activities described in the book cover six major areas: Briefly described they are:( 1). Developing better communication skills through accurate perception, listening, and paraphrasing; (2) Learning to cooperate with others through consensus in order to achieve appropriate goals; (3) Acquiring a better understanding of oneself and one's needs through giving and getting feedback; (4) Learning appropriate methods... more
  • Hollywood Ride

    by Adeel Javaid
    The New Hollywood of the late 1960s and 1970s brought a wave of startling films to American theaters. It was a period of political and cultural upheaval, and cinema kept pace. Whether graduates of film school (including the "movie brats" Francis Coppola, George Lucas, Brian DePalma, and Martin Scorsese) or of the legendary producer/director Roger Corman's hands-on "school" of low-budget filmmaking (such as Paul Bartel, Peter Bogdanovich, Monte Hellman, and Dennis Hopper), or of both, this younge... more
  • Around the World in 575 Songs: Traditional Music from All the World's Countries - Volume 4

    by Nick Wall
    It began with a vision : Nick Wall committed himself to collecting songs from every country in the world, creating a website where people could listen to them, and writing a book based around the songs chosen. He spent over four years gathering traditional music from countries large and small, from Kazakhstan to Kiribati, listening to what the artists had to say and researching their cultures, then weaving the music in with information, stories, and reflections about each country. Around the Wor... more
  • Around the World in 575 Songs: Traditional Music from All the World's Countries - Volume 3

    by Nick Wall
    It began with a vision : Nick Wall committed himself to collecting songs from every country in the world, creating a website where people could listen to them, and writing a book based around the songs chosen. He spent over four years gathering traditional music from countries large and small, from Kazakhstan to Kiribati, listening to what the artists had to say and researching their cultures, then weaving the music in with information, stories, and reflections about each country. Around the Wor... more
  • Around the World in 575 Songs : Traditional music from all the world's countries Volume 2

    by Nick Wall
    It began with a vision : Nick Wall committed himself to collecting songs from every country in the world, creating a website where people could listen to them, and writing a book based around the songs chosen. He spent over four years gathering traditional music from countries large and small, from Kazakhstan to Kiribati, listening to what the artists had to say and researching their cultures, then weaving the music in with information, stories, and reflections about each country. Around the Wor... more
  • Around the World in 575 Songs : Traditional music from all the world's countries Volume 1

    by Nick Wall
    It began with a vision : Nick Wall committed himself to collecting songs from every country in the world, creating a website where people could listen to them, and writing a book based around the songs chosen. He spent over four years gathering traditional music from countries large and small, from Kazakhstan to Kiribati, listening to what the artists had to say and researching their cultures, then weaving the music in with information, stories, and reflections about each country. Around the ... more
  • Nini and Poppie's Excellent Adventures: Grandkids, Wine Clubs, and Other Ways to Keep Having Fun

    by Jerry Zezima
    This is my fourth book. Like my first three, it's a themed collection of the nationally syndicated humor columns I write for Hearst Connecticut Media and Tribune News Service. The book contains tales of crazy doings with my wife, our children, and our grandchildren, as well as friends, animals, and even complete strangers. Whether you are a parent, a grandparent, a baby boomer, an empty nester, or all of the above, you'll love my good-natured, self-deprecating view of the world.
  • Boomer Brands

    by Barry Silverstein

    Those Saturday morning TV shows entertained Boomer kids, but they were also vehicles for brand advertising. Chances are that’s how Boomers first got to know cereal, soft drink, and snack food brands. The “Boomer Brands” they knew and loved then, they remember to this day. This unique book is a stroll down memory lane, reminiscing about the beloved brands Boomers first met in the 50s and 60s. Brand maven Barry Silverstein shares “Boomer Brand Cameos” of over fifty of the brands Boomers grew up... more

  • Tourist's Booklet for Indian Geography and Demographics: Part 1

    by Ram Sharma
    India has an Intriguing Landmass, hills, mountains, desserts, plains, seas, plateaus etc. If you are a visitor and need a detailed guide that is still simple, then the book is ideal, with other books being too technical and full with misunderstood words, this book is simple and direct. No Stories, No Unnecessary Blabbering, this is a simple guide for Indian Geography and Demographics. The book is divided into two parts 1 and 2 containing 6 chapters on 6 wide areas of the country which are th... more
  • Harvest for Hope

    by Gary McAvoy
    The renowned scientist who fundamentally changed the way we view primates and our relationship with the animal kingdom now turns her attention to an incredibly important and deeply personal issue—taking a stand for a more sustainable world. In this provocative and encouraging book, co-authored with Gary McAvoy and Gail Hudson, Dr. Jane Goodall sounds a clarion call to Western society, urging us to take a hard look at the food we produce and consume-and showing us how easy it is to create positiv... more
  • Caring & Engaging Schools: Partnering with Family and Community to Unlock the Potential of High School Students in Poverty

    by Essie Hill
    "Caring & Engaging Schools: Partnering with Family and Community to Unlock the Potential of High School Students in Poverty," examines the consequences of our failure to effectively address the needs of low-income students, given the poverty-related struggles that impede academic learning, personal growth, and ultimately positive life outcomes.
  • Inspiring Today Journal

    by Dawn Ezelle
    Inspiration is hard to find and sometimes even harder to give. God gives us each day to live and thrive in His love-a way to re-energize our spirit. Make a new commitment to live life to the fullest. Take time from your busy life. This journal is a good way to start. Use as a tool guiding you to the journal. Record your dreams and goals. Write down your topic and allow the Holy Spirit to open up your thoughts on paper. The daily biblical scriptures provided to bless you all year.
  • Davenport's Florida Wills And Estate Planning Legal Forms: Third Edition 978-1727753905

    by Alexander Russell

    The book  Davenport's Florida Wills And Estate Planning Legal Forms  is part of a 50-State series being done using the Davenport Press name. The subject of books is Wills, Estate Planning, and Healthcare Planning law and forms, which concern how to do things now to control things if a person falls ill, dies, or is just absent. Things to control can include medical treatments, end-of-life stopping of treatment, gifting property and money, children, allowing efficient legal option... more

  • A Guide for Writing Teachers

    by Dr. LaRonce M. Hendricks
    This guide is a helpful tool for teachers. It exposes educational perspectives on how negative predispositions prevent a student from performing at high levels. Negative predispositions known as psychological barriers derived from years of red ink marks put on graded writing assignments by writing teachers overtime (Lindemann and Anderson, 2001). The easy read suggests strategies and classroom management practices useful for lessening the effects of students? negative predispositions. It is a he... more
  • TALLCHIEF LOVE TALES TRILOGY

    by BILL BUFORD TALLCHIEF
    Three short stories, the first is about love lost, escape from crime, and redemption; the second involves two lovers and the test of their relationship, and the third is about a woman yearning for love, finds it only wonder if it is true

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