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by Claudio Capra IIUncensored Lessons for Life!™ This isn’t your grandma’s book on etiquette and manners! This is the no-holds-barred approach to the etiquette and manners we all think about, but not too many actually have the nerve to say. Claudio Capra II offers an unflinching perspective on how we should and shouldn’t be conducting ourselves in public and around others. Telling it like it is! Candid! Graphic! Direct! Blunt! From The Subtle Art of Passing Gas & The Courtesy Flush, to Let’s Go On An Airplane... more
by Gilbert-C. RemillardStimulate your brain by learning to read the most spoken language in the world! With over 1 billion users, Chinese is the most widely spoken language in the world. Add to that the importance of China in the world economy and you end up with a situation where knowing the Chinese language gives you a tremendous advantage. Yet, most people think they will never be able to learn it because of the assumption that ‘Chinese, with its weird alphabet and sound, is too hard.’ It may have been the ca... more
by Vern NicholsonThe culmination of rule manipulation to increase the profitability of professional football over decades, penalizing athletic performance on the field and elaborate schemes to cheat opponents contributed to artificial success in the NFL. One fan gives his perspective on the state of professional football in America by writing a grievance document to Roger Goodell.
The Case of the Light Fantastic Toe, Vol. I: The Romantic Ballet and Signor Maestro Cesare Pugni, as well as their survival by mby Donald Sidney-FryerThis book recounts the life and career of Italian composer Cesare Pugni (1802-1870), who worked primarily in Milan, Paris, London and St. Petersburg as a composer of ballet music.
by Syed Kashif AliIt is safe to say that you are stressed over the security of your online record? Would you like to secure your children on the web? Have you at any point pondered whether the cell phone innovation, particularly the batteries will turn out to be more effective in future or not? Have you at any point contemplated the insurance of your collectibles with the appearance of new enhanced innovations? You can get all your mechanically change related most recent tech news over net whether you are keen on... more
by Gigi CarterThe Plant-Based Workplace reveals the hidden health crisis that pervades our modern American workplace food environment. This book galvanizes the conscientious and fiscally astute company to enhance employee well-being, promote environmental sustainability, and revitalize productivity by getting to the root of employee chronic diseases. The Plant-Based Workplace answers three pressing questions: (1) What does the research have to say about the link between diet, chronic disease, and the urgen... more
by Lakyshia SheltonEveryone loves to talk about baby mamas and their drama! Well in Trisha's case I have baby daddy & family drama. Trisha has been going back and forth for about three years arguing with her baby daddy and his family. Trisha's fed up with the drama and feels it's time to speak out, especially when innocent children are being put In the middle of a grown situation. Please enjoy as you experience nothing but drama and he say she say mess.
by Lakyshia SheltonSometimes I wonder if people really believe in unconditional love!? It’s so many twists and turns to love, there’s no reason to rush it because when you are just looking for love anywhere you can, then trust me you are always going to be lost. Some people may say love doesn’t suppose to hurt, while other people may say pain is love. I feel like in the middle still learning about love. I can tell you this, if you find yourself unsure of a decision you may have made and it’s hurting you. Guess wha... more
by Lakyshia SheltonA Children's Book to Learn, Color, Play & Search is a book for kids in grade levels k-6th. This is a practice book for your children to go over at any given time. This book is full of reading, math, writing, shapes, objects, and also contains multiplication charts, division chart, understanding place values.Etc... Also this novel is filled with coloring pages, crossword, & word search puzzles.
by Lakyshia Shelton
by Lakyshia SheltonPeople sometimes think that if they leave a bad situation for another one that it would be better, when in all reality if they would have stayed where they was at and watered the grass it would soon turn green and then they would start to see things blossom. Just like in Kerry's case she thought the grass would be greener until she crossed over to the other side and found out things weren't what she thought they would be. Please enjoy this book as this situation happens every day in life a... more
by Lakyshia SheltonThis is a children's coloring and fun activity book!
by Annmarie KellyEmpowered Women is the focus of this book that features stories of real life women who overcame seemingly impossible odds, including abandonment in marriage, domestic abuse, beating cancer, physical challenges and professional "glass ceiling" breakthroughs. Readers will recognize themselves in the feelings each woman expresses as they reveal "the good, the bad and the ugly" that eventually resulted in their victory. It's been called "inspirational," "uplifting," and "practical." The "Less... more
by Eardine Reeves Lee
A gifted teacher shares many heart wrenching, joyful, insightful adventures inside the classroom/workplace and in her personal life. On this voyage you will get an up close, personal look at her life and education in America.
This journey involves the actions of friends, lovers, school administrators, teachers, parents, children and everyday people. A teacher's destiny unfolds within the pages of this book. With story upon story; some nearly too painful to hear, b... more
by John Bernard RuaneIn 1989, three years after retiring from the NFL, Hall of Fame running back Earl Campbell was diagnosed with panic and anxiety disorder. From that point on, his life would never be the same. In this biography, Campbell reveals himself as a powerful young man who, with his parents and 10 siblings, struggled to make ends meet working the famous rose fields of Tyler, Texas. He accepted a scholarship to the University of Texas, won the Heisman Trophy, and eventually became a three-time winner of the... more
by Todd R. ThomasJerry Crabb raced motorcycles, 3-wheelers, and 4-wheelers from the 1960's into the 2010's. At the age of 47, in 1990 he made his first start in a 410 cubic inch sprint car at Knoxville Raceway. In 1991 he built his own 360 cubic inch sprint car, and raced at Knoxville and several Iowa tracks until 2006. He was the winner of the 1998 Masters Classic at Knoxville Raceway. This book contains recollections from a fifteen year member of Jerry's sprint car pit crew. At the age of 18 in 1985, Todd Th... more