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Just for the Money?: What Really Motivates Us at Work (Truth About Business)

Adrian Furnham, a pioneer in the psychology of money, presents here a readable synthesis of years of research and study in the area. He provides information and advice that would benefit anyone. This book is a must for employers and … Continue reading

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Gov Doc Kids Group Wiki

Government information for children, parents, teachers, and librarians is readily available at the Gov Doc Kids Group Wiki (http://govdocs4children.pbworks.com/). This site is rich in internet government information resources especially designed for children. Also available are instructions for the annual Constitution … Continue reading

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X-Priest: Protest with Purpose

A life worth telling is a story worth reading. Richard Rosenberger reveals the life of an only child born of a highborn German immigrant father and a lovely American woman. Living in a working class Kansas City neighborhood during the … Continue reading

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Iron Willed Angels

This movie takes a contemporary look at the true story of Alice Paul who was instrumental in the creation and passage of the 19th amendment giving women the right to vote. These suffragettes were wrongfully imprisoned, force fed, and brutalized … Continue reading

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Younger by the Day : 365 Ways to Rejuvenate Your Body and Revitalize Your Spirit

Looking for something uplifting to add to my daily meditation readings, I happily came upon Victoria Moran’s Younger by the Day. Her book is so inspiring, that I save it to relish as my last reading each day so that … Continue reading

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Inside the Kingdom: My Life in Saudi Arabia

In this well written, concise autobiography, Carmen Bin Laden goes beyond the usual “ain’t it awful” stories about women’s lives in the Islamic world. With eloquence showing deep reflection, she tells the history of the Kingdom and explains the conditions … Continue reading

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Just for the Money?: What Really Motivates Us at Work (Truth About Business) by Adrian Furnham.

Furnham, a pioneer in the psychology of money, presents here a readable synthesis of years of research and study in the area. He provides information and advice that would benefit anyone. This book is a must for employers and human … Continue reading

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It’s All About Him: Finding the Love of My Life by Denise J. Jackson

C.S. Lewis move over! Here comes Denise Jackson. Reminiscent of the Oxford doyen’s Surprised by Joy, Jackson’s faith biography comes to us in the tenor of a Southern blonde belle. Her unabashed naked soul shakes the reader to the core. … Continue reading

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Secrets of the Savannah by Mark and Delia Owens

This poignant story of a remarkable and complex struggle in one of the darkest corners of Africa brings light to our shaken world. Mark and Delia Owens have developed a revolutionary and enlightened economic system which uplifts the local population … Continue reading

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