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by Veronica E. Velarde Tiller, Ph.D.The long-awaited third edition of Tiller's Guide to Indian Country tells the collective story of the little-known economic success attained by tribal enterprises owned by the 567 Indian tribes and Alaskan Native villages in thirty-three states. It has been recognized since 1996 as the ultimate resource on contemporary tribal economies and has become indispensable to government entities, businesses working with the tribes, libraries, and scholars. This reference edition profiles each tribe's his... more
by Jane MorrisTeacher Misery doesn’t have a filter the way teachers are supposed to. TM brings her sharp wit to bear on the American public school system in this laugh-out-loud collection of true stories, essays and artifacts including real emails from parents, students and administrators. Teacher Misery will have you giggling and cringing at the same time. From the parent who blames their son’s act of arson on the teacher for causing him low self-esteem, to the student who offers to teach the teacher how to ... more
by Ronald Melvin McKenzie
by Deloris Cook
This book addresses how you can overcome your own fears and go after that dream job. Offers a tried and true, sure shot method of getting to where you want to be. Discusses topics such as: Your attitude. Your motivation. Your confidence. Your job search. Your first impression. Your communication.
by Louisa Oakley GreenWhen Stephen met Louisa, he knew from the moment they shook hands they would someday marry. Francine is convinced that during her commute to work one morning that her late mother-in-law saved her from a fatal accident. When Denise was a child, her steady playmate was a little girl she met every day in the graveyard across the street who died years earlier in a fire. Psychic phenomena are more common than most people imagine. Those who experience them often don’t share their stories because th... more
by Louisa Oakley GreenSightseeing in the Undiscovered Country invites you to take an intriguing tour through the many mystical territories of the human experience—including premonitions, out-of-body excursions, near-death adventures, and contact with the dead. A sequel to Loitering at the Gate to Eternity, this book chronicles more than 100 psychic tales from everyday people who have worked in the fields of healthcare, education, finance, engineering, marketing, entertainment, pastoral services, and law enforcement. ... more
by Brent SampsonWhat if publishing a book was easier than reading one? Now it is! Self-Publishing Simplified offers step-by-step instructions for self-publishing your book conveniently and affordably. * Paperbacks, e-books, and hardbacks (with or without dust jackets) * Unlimited copies provided to Ingram and Baker & Taylor on-demand * Single ISBNs and Bookland EAN barcodes * On-line availability at Amazon, etc. * Order processing and fulfillment Plus professionally designed book interiors and covers... more
by Mary JohnsonBranded for Missions embraces more than just going to unfamiliar places and preaching. It includes being committed and having compassion for the lost, having the mind of Christ and a loving heart for people of all walks of life. Traveling and ministering to the nations can be quite a challenge when one’s luggage takes another route and one is without clothes for 2-3 days. Mary Johnson was faced with this dilemma in China and Bolivia. She shares from her experience the effects of anger and unforg... more
by Robert A. KlinckPatent litigation can be a dizzying maze for the uninitiated. The substantive law, procedures, lingo, and various quirks inherent in this type of lawsuit can appear extremely complex—even mysterious—for those not intimately familiar with the process. But have no fear. In Patent Litigation Primer, author Robert A. Klinck helps to demystify the patent lawsuit procedure for the inventors, business owners, investors, and other participants who might be new to the game. This eye-opening book is... more
by Henry C. Lucas, Jr.New technologies provide opportunities and threats to the American University. These technologies include online and blended classes and MOOCs. These new forms of instruction focus on promoting active as opposed to passive learning. There are chapters on each of these types of classes based on my experiences teaching them. The book discusses how to use new technologies and the opportunity they provide to enhance teaching and learning. It also identifies the threats these te... more
Technology and the Disruption of Higher Education: Saving the American University (Black & White Version)by Henry C. Lucas, Jr.New technologies provide opportunities and threats to the American University. These technologies include online and blended classes and MOOCs. These new forms of instruction focus on promoting active as opposed to passive learning. There are chapters on each of these types of classes based on my experiences teaching them. The book discusses how to use new technologies and the opportunity they provide to enhance teaching and learning. It also identifies the threats these te... more
by Michael W. HarkinsA decade after an accidental shooting by a defective gun forever altered his life, teenager Brandon Maxfield and his attorney Richard Ruggieri managed to do what law enforcement and a dozen U.S. cities had attempted but never accomplished – hold accountable a manufacturer of guns so connected to crime and tragedy they were known as crime guns, junk guns, and listed in the government’s “Top Ten Guns Used in Crimes.” When the gunmaker filed bankruptcy to avoid paying his half of a $50,000,000 pro... more
by Michael FleischerOK, you’ve decided you want to study a foreign language. Congratulations on this wise resolution. But what now? Regardless of whether you are planning to sign up for a course, hire a private tutor, spend a year in a Buddhist monastery of simply go to the nearest library and check out their textbooks and CDs, you will need some strategies and techniques, so that you can steer your efforts into the right direction. Far too many learners waste too much time studying less efficiently than they actua... more
by Kimmy Preuss
Laughter Is Not Only A Good Medicine... It Is The Spice Of Life! Feed your soul with 300 Amusing Musings and enjoy a heaping helping of non-fat juvenile anecdotes, a sprinkling of whimsical poetry, and seasoned with a dash of hilarious observations. Prepare to be served up a bountiful meal of delicious humor! For over 4 years Kimmy has been posting witty ideas (musings!) on her Facebook page to the delight of her friends and family. This book is a compilation of those posts, which re... more
Portraits from the Revolution: Interviews with the Protestors from Occupy Wall Street: 30 September - 8 October, 2011by Rob Couteau
A series of early interviews with the Occupy Wall Street protestors conducted between 30 September and 8 October 2011. Includes an essay on marching with the demonstrators and an interview with Professor William Scott, author of "Troublemakers: Power, Representation, and the Fiction of the Mass Worker" (Rutgers University Press).
by Hope BarrettSomebody Get Me A Hammer!! covers the gamut of gamblers: from witches, those who stalk, win, lose, ban themselves, and sue. Witty, dark, and enlightening, author Hope Barrett's two year blog on gambling has been assembled into one policy-changing —engaging, acerbic, unsettling— whole, featuring the alchemist Moon and the bedevilled Gary, whose parsimony is punished with the cruel appearance of a $10,000 win on the one line he is not playing...