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by Beth Burgess
Are you tired of the guilt, shame and pain of addiction? Are you sick of the constant relapses? Do you yearn for happiness, freedom and a better life? People can spend years trapped in addiction unnecessarily, because, despite all their efforts, they just don’t understand what you really need to do to recover. Despite attending… [Read More]
by Ernest Antwi
This book uses bold colours to reinforce a sense of positive social behaviour in children, and it is a perfect tool for parents and teachers alike. Let’s us find out what these colours are, and how they can help children learn about positive social behaviour.
51 key advice and fundamental principles for selling more and succeed selling. If you sell or want to sell, this book is for you. Turn your sales into extraordinary with hundreds of priceless concepts and essential advice for selling more. A book 100% loaded with techniques for professional success and essential tips for negotiating and… [Read More]
by LaRayne Topp
If you wish you could recall just one of those rich old stories your grandmother used to tell about her life on the farm, this is the book to jog your memory. From tales of homemade underwear, sewn of flour sacking with the words Self-rising stamped on the backside, to stories of quilt making, cotton… [Read More]
by Deb Cupples
A nonpartisan and plain-language guide, this book covers basics about American Government and includes a copy of the United States Constitution. Understanding your government will make you (1) less likely to be misled by agenda-driven politicians or media figures and (2) more likely to have a say in how government affects your life. The following… [Read More]
by Nikki Stern
What is hope? Is it instinctive or learned? Is it necessary or possible? How can a life-long doubter bring it into her life? Armed with questions, author Nikki Stern writes about a journey in search of a hope that will sustain her, especially after losing her husband on 9/11. The certainty-driven hope that insists on… [Read More]
This book looks at how the multiplicity of formal and informal normative systems that actualize the post-disaster recovery goals of the country’s Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Act of 2010 has resulted in the inadequate housing and relocation of Typhoon Ketsana victims in the Philippines. Using the sociological and normative pluralist perspectives and the case… [Read More]
When the plainclothes police officers appeared with a warrant for her arrest, Mayah assumed that her father — a powerful figure in Nairobi’s Indian business community — was attempting to frighten her. What she didn’t realize was that her ordeal had only just begun. That night, while her newlywed husband languished in a jail cell,… [Read More]
A READERS’ FAVORITE 2017 BRONZE MEDAL AWARD WINNER. When you have a baby girl you envision many things for her life but becoming a boy is not one of them. This book will benefit anyone who would like to learn more about gender dysphoria and is an absolute must-read for a parent, relative or friend… [Read More]
In a 22nd-century world in which books have ceased to matter and barely exist, Malia Poole is a stubbornly dissident author and bibliophile. After fifty years of self-imposed exile, she returns to find a world far more terrifying than the one she fled in 2075. In Texas, Nigeria, and India she doggedly pursues the truth… [Read More]
It’s 2125. Aging is a thing of the past but personal memories and desires are now under corporate management. At the youthful age of 111, Jenda Swain is content with her career at a leading social media firm until an unexpected encounter with an old woman forces her to question her own identity and to… [Read More]
Ten years ago, Shannon Drury was a cranky feminist stay-at-home mom whose younger friends had to explain just what a “blog” was. Today she’s known in the blogsphere and IRL by the name of her award-winning website: The Radical Housewife. This celebration of her blog-iversary includes her favorite posts, as well as essays from the… [Read More]
by Bear Kosik
Restoring the Republic: A New Social Contract for We the People provides an overview of political concepts essential to understanding the evolution of our political system. It describes the problems associated with too many citizens disconnected or loosely connected to the public sphere and the paths active citizens can take to restore the principles of… [Read More]
With the subtitle, “A philosophical divagation about the evil banality of daily acts”, the author dedicates herself to dissect a few hours of a man’s thoughts, feelings and life. Awarded with Honors by the Law School, PUC RJ. This work was originally published in Portuguese, in 1988. Translated by the author herself in 2013, reviewed by… [Read More]
by Uriah Brown
The Black Bubble is a Masterpiece that describes the current state of America. It critically analyzes Racism, Racial Discrimination, and White Privilege in a country filled with constant denial. The Black Bubble penetrates barriers in this compelling and captivating book.
Shortlisted – Rubery Book Awards (2016) Introducing children to the enjoyable world of Plumbing, through fun rhyme and colourful illustrations. In this story, Mummy always saves the day with her plumbing skills! Follow this child’s journey as his mum, a Plumber, helps Mrs Platt from the upstairs flat, who’s nail goes through a pipe, and… [Read More]
Purdue University Engineering Gift Guide (2017) Shelf Unbound Notable 100 Winner (2016) Finalist – International Book Awards (2016) Bronze Medal Winner – The Wishing Shelf Book Awards (2015) A sweetly illustrated story with a powerful message. ‘My Mummy is an Engineer’ is the first title by Butterfly Books. This book introduces children to the exciting… [Read More]
In spite of heavy investments, development has failed to alleviate poverty and inequality, achieve environmental sustainability and deliver happiness to humanity. In his revolutionary book, Rohana Ulluwishewa shows that the root-cause of the failure lies within us. It is our self-centeredness and greed for material wealth. Conventional development ignores this truth, and attempts to change… [Read More]
by Mike Corbett
If you could design a heaven for your friends and a hell for your enemies, you would be challenged to come up with anything as quirkily appropriate as Mike Corbett has provided for the reader. Demons, angels, politicians and clergyman collide in this satirical ambush from the present day to the time of Torquemada. Although… [Read More]
The Sound of My Soul is the second in what I now regard as my Sound Series. It ventures behind the curtain to reveal your soul, without which you’d have no clue who you are, no chance of figuring it out and no way of knowing when you’ve arrived. Unlike books about the soul mired… [Read More]
As domestic violence continues to plague society, there are survivors who are speaking out. Statistics show and increase, even among men. Read these survival stories and the words of hope and encouragement within these pages. In addition, there are resources for safety and warning signs. Prevention is also covered as much as it can be…. [Read More]
by Tom Evans
Overview This is a book about knowing and what it means to know. We don’t give our knowledge a second thought yet some of us would bet considerable amounts of money on what we know. We are proud of our retention of facts. Pub quizzes and TV quiz shows thrive on this seemingly basic desire…. [Read More]