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  • Stamped Stupid

    by Ruby Bounds Boswell
    This book is one woman's observations and views of what she perceives to be the downfall in American society. Citing her views from child rearing, healthcare, police brutality and the overall lack of common sense amongst our society, she acknowledges that not every reader will agree with her analysis. Although this book is full of her personal views, she also realizes that not every chapter may pertain to the reader. She does, however, guarantee that as you're reading you will find at least one ... more
  • The Spectacle - Celebrating the History of the Indianapolis 500

    by Chris Workman

    "The Spectacle - Celebrating the History of the Indianapolis 500" is a great way to introduce kids to the history and excitement of American open-wheel racing. From Ray Harroun's victory in the first Indy 500 in 1911 all the way through Alexander Rossi's victory at the 100th Running in 2016, this book is a comprehensive historical review of the amazing drivers, teams, cars and track have created a legacy over the past century.

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  • The Elemental Journey of Purposeful Memoir: A Writer's Companion

    by Jennifer Browdy
    Warm and informal, this book is like having an experienced writing coach at your elbow. With a year's worth of thought-provoking, carefully structured writing prompts and essays on craft, Jennifer Browdy offers guidance and companionship for the aspiring memoirist, encouraging you to dig deeper into the storehouse of your memories to share the wisdom that only life experience can bring.
  • The Golden Valley: The Untold Story of the Other Cultural Center of Tibet

    by David Huber
    The book is a chronicle of the geopolitical history and the art of the Golden Valley. Tracing the tumultuous history of the valley from the 7th century to the present day, providing the backdrop for the many influences on the evolution of its art, whether from enlightened Buddhist teachers or murderous invading armies. Richly photographed, the book not only features the art itself – from exquisite centuries-old wall hangings to ingeniously designed furniture, all produced by dedicated monks –... more
  • 9789352680009

    by Ankur Mutreja
    In a borderless world, all would be travelers. India is a mini borderless world, and Kerala lies at the southernmost tip. I live near the lovely Kashmir, but does that make Kerala any less lovely! "Writing books is the closest men ever came to having children" -- Norman Mailer. This book is indeed my baby born out of my love of nature.
  • What Is Man!

    by Rohan and Mohan Perera

    In modern times, it’s easy for the anxieties and challenges of routine human drudgery to shroud the true purpose of life, but now you can find your way back—to Jesus Christ.

    Written from the faith and wisdom of Rohan and Mohan Perera, ‘What is Man: From the World of Ro and Mo’ binds together the timeless teachings of Christ with insights from some of the modern world’s most profound minds, to guide readers along their spiritual journey with gusto; unravelin... more

  • God Always Loves You

    by Mara Laird
    In God Always Loves You, young children and parents alike will learn about the value and joy of knowing about God's unconditional love for all His children. With fully illustrated pages of charming pictures and simple rhymes, it offers parents and children a chance to see how in our everyday situations- from running and playing to kneeling and praying-God is there to show us His amazing, endless, unconditional love.
  • CLASSICS: Why and how we can encourage children to read them

    by Fiza Pathan

    2017 Readers' Favorite International Book Awards - Gold Medal Winner in Education
    2017 CIPA EVVY Award - Gold Award Winner in Academic/Reference
    2017 Global EBook Awards - Gold Award Winner in Education/Non-fiction
    2017 Literary Classics Book Awards - Gold Award Winner - College -Instructional/Guide Book
    Mom's Choice Awards® Silver Award Recipient (May 2017)
    2017 New Apple Summer E-Book Awards - Official Selection in Non-Fiction

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  • The Invisible hand-How to reward employees without killing the motivation of others

    by DR.E.J .SARMA
    It is always a great feeling when nurturing a dream because the joy of realizing is immense and it cannot be expressed in words but you have to feel it. I am sure every professional manager like me, dreams about realizing the dream someday to leave something behind for posterity so that the life lived is meaningful. The best way to make the dream come true is to grab every opportunity. Knowledge is one powerful tool and comes from books and scholarly writings. Besides providing the inspiration,... more
  • Rants & Retorts: How Bigots Got a Monopoly on Commenting About News Online

    by Anita M. Samuels
    A provocative exploration of the way in which reader comment sections — created to foster the free flow of ideas and opinions on the news of the day — have spiraled downward into what many journalists call “cesspools” of racism and bigotry. The book features reader comments amassed over years from various news sites, as well as commentary from and analysis by experts in media, journalism, law, and contemporary culture. The foreword is by Chuck D, the founder of the groundbreaking hip-hop group ... more
  • The Revelation Mandate: The Foundations of the Priesthood of Every Believer

    by Lewis Todd
    The Book of Revelation is the summation and capstone of Scripture, showing Jesus Christ in all of his ascended glory. Intimately interwoven is the presentation of the Church as His beloved bride. Revelation clarifies the mandate and plan of action of this everlasting union and priesthood of Christ and his Church. If the Church today seems weak, in retreat, and culturally irrelevant, Revelation gives us the cure. The command to overcome is the same for the Church today as it was in John’s day. Sh... more
  • What Makes You So Special?

    by Jennifer Morehouse
    A children's picture book about differences and diversity. Characters include sea creatures who showcase what is special about them.
  • Persian Flora

    by Nayera Majedi
    Based on the spirals, swirls, curls, and curves of the natural world, Persian Flora offers a collection of line-drawn images suitable for adult coloring technqiues. Hand drawn by artist Nayera Majedi, the graphics feature the beautiful flowers and greenery found in nature?s verdant landscape throughout the changing seasons. The artist would like to offer useful hints about the choices of coloring these designs, especially using pigments of red, purple, white and gold, and two greens, one dark an... more
  • The Fighter

    by Linna Baraki
    My sister Arian was a fighter who, since the age of twenty eight, battled cancer for nearly nineteen years, always with a smile on her face, a hope to survive, and a desire to live. She never asked, Why me? She never complained about any pain and never gave up on life. She looked at cancer as an opportunity to make the best out of the rest of her life, which she lived outside her comfort zone to achieve her dreams. She never let cancer control her life and lived by ?I have cancer, cancer doesn?t... more
  • Until One Has Loved an Animal

    by Mildred A. Drost, DVM
    Mildred Drost has had the honor of meeting many wonderful beings?canine, feline, and wild. She has had comical interludes and been shocked and horrified. She has seen, met, and experienced miracles. Through it all, she has become part of the best career in the world. Dr. Drost is a veterinarian who, by her own admission, is completely fascinated by her patients. In Until One Has Loved an Animal, Dr. Drost shares all the amusing and heartwarming ways that pets affect all of our lives. She recall... more
  • The Brooklyn Wars

    by Neil deMause
    Across the globe, the word “Brooklyn” has come to represent cutting-edge cuisine, a vibrant music and literary culture, and the epitome of hip. But most of the world doesn’t see the price that local residents pay as their neighborhoods are swallowed by change. Masterful storyteller and award-winning journalist Neil deMause turns a spotlight on how the New Brooklyn came to be, who shaped it — and the winners and losers when “urban renaissance” comes to town.

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