Review: Gather & Make

          Synopsis: Gather & Make is an award winning, newly published, one-of-a-kind book. The book provides step-by-step instructions for activities that encourage lively engagement with plants. Three easy-to-create, affordable activities are featured for every month of the year. Each activity in Gather & Make is carefully selected to harmonize with the... Continue Reading →

Review: Cultural Diversity in Health and Illness by Rachel E. Spector

            Synopsis: For courses in Community/Public Health Nursing, Transcultural Nursing, and CEUs. Promotes an awareness of the dimensions and complexities involved in caring for people from diverse cultural backgrounds The ninth edition of Cultural Diversity in Health and Wellness examines the differences existing within North America by probing the health... Continue Reading →

Review: The Art & Craft of PR by Sandra Stahl

              Synopsis: This book is built around the idea that PR as a communications discipline has no boundaries. It is the PR professional's manual for creating that specific type of mindset and building the necessary skills to meet today's communications challenges, which include mastery of the fundamentals, cultivating unbridled... Continue Reading →

Review: The Nantucket Sea Monster: A Fake News Story by Darcy Pattison

              Synopsis: A JUNIOR LIBRARY GUILD SELECTION Do you believe everything you read in the newspaper? Early in August 1937, a news flash came: a sea monster had been spotted lurking off the shore of Nantucket Island. Historically, the Massachusetts island had served as port for whaling ships. Eyewitnesses... Continue Reading →

Review: Trees, Rocks, and Beyond (Crater Lake Eruption 1615-1665)

Synopsis: Crater Lake’s unique beauty is one of Oregon’s greatest natural landmarks. But when did Mount Mazama erupt? Was it 7,700 years ago? Or more recently--maybe 350–400 years ago? In this volume, Ralph E. Anderson explores this question and comes to a conclusion that may surprise the reader. What do the surrounding standing snags buried... Continue Reading →

Review: Professor Ladybug Teaches All About Me

Synopsis: Welcome to the wonderful world of Professor Ladybug! This simple workbook is designed for children to explore and record facts about themselves, as well as their friends and family.  These 80+ pages are also a great way to build self-esteem and confidence in any young child. Watch them get more confident through exercises that... Continue Reading →

Review: Professor Ladybug Teaches ABC

Synopsis: The simple activities in this workbook will provide hours of educational fun for your child. These worksheets are perfect for home or school. Young learners will have a blast learning the alphabet with our fun and creative exercises. Presented in an easy-to-use format that allows children to trace, draw, write, and explore simple words... Continue Reading →

Review: The Monk Woman’s Daughter

Synopsis: This eye-opening and entertaining first novel paints a vivid picture of the rough-and-tumble of 19th century urban America. Vera St. John is a resourceful girl growing into an unconventional woman. She comes of age through the wild streets of New York City, the quiet rural village of Flatbush, the mob violence of Baltimore, and... Continue Reading →

Review: Trivium AFOQT Practice Test Book

Synopsis: Trivium Test Prep’s AFOQT Practice Test Book: AFOQT Prep Book with Over 500 Practice Questions for the Air Force Officer Qualifying Test is a comprehensive practice question book offering 500 AFOQT practice questions on the subject matter covered on the PTCB exam. Rating: 5-stars Review:  Trivium Test Prep’s AFOQT Practice Test Book: AFOQT Prep... Continue Reading →

Review: NYSTCE English Language Arts CST (003)

Synopsis: NYSTCE English Language Arts CST (003) Study Guide: Rapid Review Test Prep and Practice Questions for the New York State Teacher Certification Examination (003) will provide you with a concise overview of the NYSTCE 003 test, so you know exactly what to expect on test day. We’ll take you through all the concepts covered... Continue Reading →

Review: Challenge Your Assumptions, Change Your World

Synopsis: Andy Cohen, New York Times notable author of Follow the Other Hand, introduces the Assumpt!, a breakthrough way to make better business decisions, faster and smarter. Orville Wright, co-founder of modern aviation, dismissed the idea of creating a landing strip. He assumed that if man had to smooth out the airstrip, he didn't deserve... Continue Reading →

Review: Yesterday’s Moments…Today’s Memories

Synopsis:  YESTERDAY’S MOMENTS… Today’s Memories is the third in David Turner’s nostalgic trilogy depicting rural and small-town life in Canada during the last century. “From as far back as I could recall,” Turner says, “I’d been listening to the stories passed down through generations of my family. As the years went by, an unrelenting passion... Continue Reading →

Review: Love Your Enemies in Case Your Friends Turn Out to be Bastards (Organizational Case Studies Examining Worksite Politics)

Synopsis: Know Your Enemies… features two sections written from totally different perspectives, each vantage point designed to assist in the interpretation and survival of worksite politics. Section One is a collection of 37 Vignettes, some humorous, some not so humorous – anecdotes describing examples of worksite dysfunction, interspersed with diagnostic clarification (summaries every fifth or... Continue Reading →

Review: Abduction (How Liberalism Steals Our Children’s Hearts and Minds)

Synopsis: Abduction issues an Amber Alert for the souls and minds of America’s youth. The book exposes how the liberal Left seeks to brainwash our children. It places a spotlight on the corruption that permeates the entertainment, educational, and judicial systems of our nation. Parents, teachers, and policymakers need to know what is happening right... Continue Reading →

Review: Acanemia 

Synopsis: An irreverent appraisal of America's higher education players--administrators, faculty, and students--offered by an emeritus professor at a university established in the 1960s. Rating: 5-stars Review: Acanemia is a fascinating memoir. It took me on a journey to learning about higher education failures. I also got a sneak peak to a liberal instructor's point of... Continue Reading →

Review: Unleashing the Intrapreneur

Synopsis: Millennials desire to be autonomous, be creative, and live meaningful lives. But because current company landscapes impede on that, their career is driven elsewhere, to companies that support their priorities. Companies that welcome and provide Millennials intrapreneurial opportunities entice employees to stay and help the company move forward. Millennials will dedicate futures to companies... Continue Reading →

Review: The Rantings of an Uneducated Reactionary 

Synopsis:  These days, there is no such thing as politics as usual. So Americans who care about the future of this country need books on politics that don't pull any punches. The Rantings of an Uneducated Reactionary comes out swinging and doesn't stop till the last page. These political, ideological, and philosophical essays are like... Continue Reading →

Review: Light

  Synopsis: Light begins at Stonehenge, where crowds cheer a solstice sunrise. After sampling myths explaining First Light, the story moves on to early philosophers' queries, then through the centuries, from Buddhist temples to Biblical scripture, when light was the soul of the divine. Battling darkness and despair, Gothic architects crafted radiant cathedrals while Dante... Continue Reading →

Review: The Holocaust (History & Memory)

  Synopsis: Brilliant and wrenching, The Holocaust: History and Memory tells the story of the brutal mass slaughter of Jews during World War II and how that genocide has been remembered and misremembered ever since. Taking issue with generations of scholars who separate the Holocaust from Germany’s military ambitions, historian Jeremy M. Black demonstrates persuasively... Continue Reading →

Review: Gods, Empire, & Shifting Trade Routes

  Synopsis: In approximately 200 pages, this book seems to describe what 200,000 pages could not come close to adequately holding: the history of the world. Featured in this brief ride through the human condition: why over 40% of the world speaks in tongues descended from an obscure tribe called the Indo-Europeans, how political violence... Continue Reading →

Review: Under the Sea (Coloring Book for Children)

  Synopsis: A Seashell Meditation for Children, Under the Sea, is a unique coloring activity book that contains a short meditation story rhyme using a seashell as a tool for focus and concentration. With a simple and easy meditation technique, even the youngest children can engage and have fun. The book encourages the child to use... Continue Reading →

Review: Blind Thrust

  Synopsis: Horrific earthquakes are devastating the Front Range between Denver and Colorado Springs in an area long believed to be seismically quiescent. They are being generated by ruptures along cryptic, mysterious, deeply buried thrust faults (blind thrusts) that, unlike many faults, do not break the surface during large-scale seismic events. Somehow the cause of... Continue Reading →

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