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📒The Bright Stuff ✍ C. J. Simister
✏The Bright Stuff Book Summary : Teach your child the real secrets to success in life. There is so much your child will learn at school. But there are other, vital things that are all too frequently absent from a busy school's syllabus, yet which are increasingly recognised as just asessential to your child's future. These secrets of success include qualities such as curiosity, independent thinking, perseverance, determination, individuality and a willingness to weigh up risks and solve problems. In The Bright Stuff, leading child education expert C J Simister takes one secret of success at a time and offers a treasure trove of imaginative, playful and above all fun activities, games and exercises that you can use to preserve, nurture and enhance your child's extraordinary potential, making sure it does not remain untapped. All are designed to fit in with everyday family life, involving little or no preparation. Appealing to a wide range of ages, they are ideal for keeping children amused in spare moments - over a meal, in the car, even when stuck in the queue at the supermarket. And while they are enjoying themselves, your children will be developing crucial qualities such as initiative, alertness and an investigative spirit. They will also be learning to form innovative ideas, to discern sense from nonsense and to use failure as a useful springboard for progress. Table of Contents Introduction •How to stimulate independent thinking. •How to grow a vivid imagination. •How to be alert and observant. •How to kindle a burning curiosity. •How to develop a 'let's find out' approach. •How to encourage originality and creativity. •How to become innovative and inventive. •How to discover the magic of persistence. •How to take the right sort of risk. •How to learn from failure as well as success. •How to sort sense from nonsense. •How to think flexibly. •How to make wise decisions. •How to enjoy solving problems. •How to have 'social savvy'. •How to develop initiative and forward thinking. Background reading
📒The Bright Stuff ✍ Arnoud de Meyer
✏The Bright Stuff Book Summary : The real winners in the Internet age will be the old economy firms that seize the opportunities offered by the Internet and integrate its possibilities into their existing business.
📒Zest ✍ Andy Cope
✏Zest Book Summary : ‘ZEST’ equates to zing, enthusiasm, energy, gusto, eagerness, zeal and fervour. It also connotes a tang, a sharpness. It’s the opposite of bland. And Zest: How to Squeeze the Max out of Life is exactly that.It’s more than just a book on personal development. There are an awful lot of those. Zest is a catalyst, a spark that ignites your remembering of what makes you, in a word, you. It drives you to rethink, rejuvenate and reinvent. It also contains a touch of the revolutions. Have you, as a grown-up, fallen into the trap of becoming a Groan-up? You know you should try to make the best of things, but oftentimes you don’t know what your “best” is anymore. It’s strange. You used to know. What happened? Was it the years of social conformity? There is a whole beige generation out there – a generation that has lost its identity and forgotten who they once were – buried under the crushing, stifling facades of adulthood. If only there was a way to unearth your passions, recover the zest for life you once had. Maybe there is. Zest is a wake-up call for you to explore the formative moments that define your life. It challenges you to believe that your best days are still ahead, to search your soul, to shake things up and bask in the warmth of glorious individuality. Zest will help you: Explore the pivotal, defining moments in your life Examine both the good and bad experiences that define you Reconnect to the essence of who you are Embrace your quirks, qualities and peculiarities Determine to be the person you always wanted to be Zest is your permission to play, your licence to wreak the right kind of havoc. Moreover, it’s not about pretending to be someone you’re not, it’s about squeezing every last drop out of who you already are.
📒A Bible Believer Looks At World History ✍ Frederick Widdowson
✏A Bible Believer Looks at World History Book Summary : This is a review of world history from a Bible believer's perspective. It is designed for use by homeschoolers but anyone can learn from it.
📒The Universe ✍ John Gribbin
✏The Universe Book Summary : The Universe: A Biography makes cosmology accessible to everyone. John Gribbin navigates the latest frontiers of scientific discovery to tell us what we really know about the history of the universe. Along the way, he describes how the universe began; what the early universe looked like; how its structure developed; and what emerged to hold it all together. He describes where the elements came from; how stars and galaxies formed; and the story of how life emerged. He even looks to the future: is the history of the universe going to end with a Big Crunch or a Big Rip?
📒The Atheist Who Didn T Exist ✍ Andy Bannister
✏The Atheist Who Didn t Exist Book Summary : In the last decade, atheism has leapt from obscurity to the front pages: producing best-selling books, making movies, and plastering adverts on the side of buses. There’s an energy and a confidence to contemporary atheism: many people now assume that a godless scepticism is the default position, indeed the only position for anybody wishing to appear educated, contemporary, and urbane. Atheism is hip, religion is boring. Yet when one pokes at popular atheism, many of the arguments used to prop it up quickly unravel. The Atheist Who Didn’t Exist is designed to expose some of the loose threads on the cardigan of atheism, tug a little, and see what happens. Blending humour with serious thought, Andy Bannister helps the reader question everything, assume nothing and, above all, recognise lazy scepticism and bad arguments. Be an atheist by all means: but do be a thought-through one.
📒Moonshot ✍ Dan Parry
✏Moonshot Book Summary : 'It didn't matter that they were now three miles beyond their target site, that communications were dropping out and that they were running low on fuel. All that mattered to Neil as he searched for a safe spot to land was that boulders littered the surface below. "Thirty seconds," called mission control. In truth, the flight controllers were now no more than spectators, just like everybody else. No more needed to be said.It was down to Armstrong.' Simultaneously connected and separated by television, millions of people around the world held their breath as a human being looked back at them from the surface of the Moon. Yet who were these men capable of such an achievement? How did the passionate Buzz Aldrin, inscrutable Michael Collins and enigmatic Neil Armstrong learn to depend on one another as they endured the most intense period of their lives? From the personal tragedies and triumphs they encountered along the way to the terrifying climax of a mission that redefined humanity, Moonshot - now also a major TV factual-drama - draws on interviews with many of the leading participants and hundreds of hours of archive material to tell the compelling true story of an event that captured the imagination of generations, then and now.
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📒Breaking The Spell ✍ Daniel C. Dennett
✏Breaking the Spell Book Summary : For all the thousands of books that have been written about religion, few until this one have attempted to examine it scientifically: to ask why—and how—it has shaped so many lives so strongly. Is religion a product of blind evolutionary instinct or rational choice? Is it truly the best way to live a moral life? Ranging through biology, history, and psychology, Daniel C. Dennett charts religion’s evolution from “wild” folk belief to “domesticated” dogma. Not an antireligious screed but an unblinking look beneath the veil of orthodoxy, Breaking the Spell will be read and debated by believers and skeptics alike.
📒On Dreams And Bright Stuff ✍ Debra Seiz
✏On Dreams and Bright Stuff Book Summary : On Dreams and Bright Stuff - A Collection of Poems On CHILDHOOD To Love Written and Illustrated By Debra A. F. Seiz (c) 2019 Debra Anne Seiz - ALL American and International Rights Reserved. About "On Dreams and Bright Stuff": A Simple and Sweet Poetic Treat! A Book About Butter That Learns To Fly, Googly Monsters and Watermelon Pie. These Are Poems To Be Read and Loved Together On a Snow Day, a Sunday or In All Kinds of Weather. Read Them Together On a Comfy, Cozy Lap or Read Them To Each Other Just Before a Nap. Illustrated To Be One of Your Favorites. HAPPY READING!About the Author: Debra A. F. Seiz Was the Winner of the 1981 William Carlos Williams Writing Competition, Sponsored By the WCW Estate, In Her Home Town of Rutherford, NJ as Judged and Awarded By His Sister, Helen E. Ready, Paul Buhtanic, Prof. John Dollar, William Bauman and John Hurley. Her art has been featured in shows at The Gallery at Warner Lambert, The Monmouth County Art Alliance and The Gloucester County Art League. Now Available At Amazon.com Under Search: "Debra Seiz."