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by David EastisLeonardo Da Vinci—The Boy Who Loved Circles introduces readers to the “universal genius” and focuses on the childhood years of the brilliant artist, inventor, scientist and innovator. Within the beautifully illustrated pages, author David Eastis brings to light Leonardo’s fascination with circles and orbs, their reoccurrence in nature and relevance to mathematics, physics and other realms of science. In the pages of Leonardo Da Vinci—The Boy Who Loved Circles, we learn what Da Vinci discov... more
by Stafford CohenA lively biography that skillfully combines science and humanity, this is the story of Dr. Paul Zoll, who pioneered the pacemaker, defibrillator and heart monitor—saving countless lives and helping create the era of modern electrocardiac therapy.
by Carol WilliamsFor me to write well, it helps to be really angry. Although I had several letters printed in the Chicago Tribune years ago, I’d given up on the power of print media, both in giving me an opportunity to speak or any effect it could possibly have. But in October 2016, I sent a Letter to the Editor to our local daily newspaper, the Journal, in Martinsburg, West Virginia. When I got a call back saying it would be printed the following week, I was hooked. Starting in February 2017, I’ve had a sc... more
by Barbara GregorichCharlie Chan's Poppa: Earl Derr Biggers is a brief biography and literary critique of the Golden-Age-of-Mystery author who created the fictional character of Charlie Chan. There is no other biography of Earl Derr Biggers.
by Tim SpiessQuite simply, this book is the ultimate expose on the world’s largest and most popular religion from an 'insider' who participated in Christianity for many years. This book provides a compelling and insightful narrative and analysis of why Christianity is a ‘successful failure’, meaning it is successful according to one standard, and a failure according to another. The standard that considers it a success would be normal world/societal measures like wealth/resource possession and control, an... more
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by Robert B. BrackRobert B. Brack knew from an early age that his grandfather and father hoped he would join Barker Steel Co., the business started by his grandfather in 1920. After graduating from college in 1960 with a degree in civil engineering, he went to work at the family business. But after a few years, he left to pursue his dream of teaching math and science. He’d return to a more challenging role at the company about a year later. At the time, the firm had one location and was barely profitable wi... more
by Alphonso W. Knight Sr.The book provides a helpful and comprehensive guide for both white and black Americans to locate historically black universities and colleges all across the United States.
by John CalabroJohn was born October 23,1946 in the Hollow of Bridgeport , Ct. John loved to sing and have fun like the other Italian Americans there. When John turned twelve they moved to the North End of Bridgeport along with his brother and two sisters. Then along came two more brothers born in the North End. Being the second oldest of six children hindered his singing career as money was tight. After high school John joined the Navy as that was the best direction for him at that time. John sp... more
by Analise M OliverA true story of a Cuban rebel that joined covert operations in attempts to stop the Castro Regime from taking over Cuba and ended up fearing for his life.
by Nicole EvelinaGuinevere’s journey from literary sinner to feminist icon took over one thousand years…and it’s not over yet. Literature tells us painfully little about Guinevere, mostly focusing on her sin and betrayal of Arthur and Camelot. As a result, she is often seen as a one-dimensional character. But there is more to her story. By examining popular works of more than 20 authors over the last one thousand years, The Once and Future Queen shows how Guinevere reflects attitudes toward women during the... more
by Janna Olsen SprattThis story is a tribute to the faithfulness of God. The God thread weaves through everything from the car accident that we walked away from which totaled the car to the last chapter of finding purpose in the pain of being alone. He promised that as we passed through the rivers of uncertainty, the valley of weeping and the fiery trials, He would be with us. He promised that all things would work out for our good. This is a story of overcoming childhood poverty, early marriage, divorce and findi... more
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by Joseph F. MaraglinoWhile in the process of writing this book, a catastrophic event occurred in US firefighting history. An elite force of firefighters, nineteen in number (eighteen men and one woman), died while fighting a forest fire in Arizona. A wind shift placed this raging inferno head-on into this force. One TV announcer claimed the winds were gushing up to fifty miles per hour. Television programs showed viewers what these firefighters had to protect themselves. They lay flat on the ground and put this tent... more
by Steven McFaddenLife’s foundational questions come elegantly to the fore in this skillfully crafted nonfiction story about the late John H. Finley, Jr. For 51 years Finley was the celebrated and erudite Eliot Professor of the Classics at Harvard. Luminous and compellingly relevant, his story leads readers directly into engagement with the fundamental wisdom questions of any worthwhile life. Classical Considerations offers a compact (44 pages) but brilliantly lyrical array of intellectual sparks that will ki... more
by Jerry BaderFrom the bizarre world of female Japanese motorcycle gangs to the historic rise and fall of London’s Forty Elephants, the history of female organized crime is both fascinating and strange. These are the stories, both true and legendary of the female crime bosses that broke the mould of feminine gentility. This is The Secret World of Female Gangsters. Most of society thinks of women as the gentler sex, the sex with more compassion and empathy, not prone to violence. The truth is history, and c... more