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  • Will the Office Be Open on Thursday: Organic Economics - A Different Point of View

    by H Doyle Smith
    Financial economics, both macro and micro, measures economic activity with reference to money. This book introduces the processes of economics by defining the basic activity as the use of a resource to accomplish an objective and not the exchange of money for goods and services. While processes do not have data, and therefore cannot provide measured information for use in decision making, looking at economics as a process and not a collection and interpretation of data widens the scope of eco... more
  • Porcelain Travels: Humor, Horror and Revelation in, on and around Toilets, Tubs and Showers

    by Matthew Félix

    Amazon Bestseller in Travel Humor & Literary Travel
    Amazon #1 New Release Travel Humor * Literary Travel * Solo Travel * Budget Travel
    2018 Solas Awards Gold for Humor for the story "Let It Flow."
    2019 Solas Awards Gold, Silver, and Bronze winner.

    Matthew Félix is not a luxury traveler.

    His unorthodox bathing practices in Paris. The... more

  • Why Tell the Truth: An Introduction to the Basic Ideas of Jordan B. Peterson

    by Tylor Lovins
    Having more than 300 hours’ worth of lectures online makes Peterson’s work a mountain so large that the climb seems impossible, save only for the fervent. Why listen to a man many have already labelled a charlatan, a self-help guru, or worse, an alt-right prophet? One reason is because most have not placed his popular teaching in the context of his own work. This is an introduction to Jordan B. Peterson's ideas for the average person. Based on the article shared and recommended by Jordan B. P... more
  • Online Assignment Expert

    by Online Assignment Expert
    Online Assignment Expert is an academic help service which caters to the needs of students in Australian universities. We provide writing services for various documents such as case studies, CDR, essays, thesis, reports, etc.
  • 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
  • Let Freedom Ring

    by Adeel Javaid
    British anti-slavery was one of the most important reform movements of the 19th century. But its history is not without ironies. During the course of the 18th century the British perfected the Atlantic slave system. Indeed, it has been estimated that between 1700 and 1810 British merchants transported almost three million Africans across the Atlantic. That the British benefited from the Atlantic slave system is indisputable. Yet, paradoxically, it was also the British who led the struggle to bri... 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

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