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📒Basics For Communicating Effectively ✍ Ed Shewan
✏Basics for Communicating Effectively Book Summary : This book lays a foundation for effective communication with the English language. The student will learn the basics of English grammar, including the definition and usage of the eight parts of speech. In addition, the student will examine how these are to be properly used in phrases, clauses, and sentences. Correct sentence structure, diagramming, pronoun usage, and forming good paragraphs are also emphasized. Grade 7."
📒Letters To A Young Poet ✍ Rainer Maria Rilke
✏Letters to a Young Poet Book Summary : Letters written over a period of several years on the vocation of writing by a poet whose greatest work was still to come.
📒Unconditional Love Lifted Me ✍ Lorenzo Keith
✏Unconditional Love Lifted Me Book Summary : This book is for readers who are experiencing life's heartaches and pains, who are undergoing spiritual battles that surmise no hope. However, after reading this book and listening to the inspirational message of an old soldier, one may find there is still hope on the moral high ground of life. No matter how big or small your battle is, know that Jesus is waiting on you to hand over the burden that you bear. He is a burden bearer in your time of need. The words in this book will educate and nourish your soul.
📒At The Top Of The World ✍ Linnea Larsson
✏At the Top of the World Book Summary : There is a wild land high up through the Himalayan Breach between Tibet and Nepal named Mustang where warlords rode and ruled and Western visitors were not welcome. This is a story of an American girl and an English boy who disappeared up through that breach into the Himalayan Mountains, a story of Khampa warriors who raided across the undefended, unmarked border between Mustang and Tibet. This of the Chinese and, too, of the fighters for whom lifes final victory was the taking of Chinese with them into death. And also of the beauty, the silence, the stench of fear, the crack of rifles, the gleam of blood, the feel of death beneath ones blade.
📒The Man Who Loved Women ✍ Dorothy Valcarcel
✏The Man Who Loved Women Book Summary : Biblical stories of eighteen New Testament women who Jesus encouraged, empowered and loved.How could a Man who had no wife, no children, no home, no job, no money and wandered the hills of Judea with twelve men relate to women He knew, much less women in the 21st century? That's the question that led author Dorothy Valcarcel to search for biblical women whose lives intersected with Jesus and as she discovered every woman Jesus met, faced many of the same challenges women encounter today.In The Man Who Loved Women you'll meet Mary, trying to raise a perfect child in an imperfect world…Joanna, whose “Mr. Right” and his money could not buy her health or happiness…Martha, whose busywork distracted her from life's most meaningful moments…and many more.
📒Musings From The Mountaintop ✍ Bill Armstrong
✏Musings from the Mountaintop Book Summary : Perfect for the person looking for a more purposeful existence, this volume of more than 30 of Armstrong's musings about life and life experiences are thought provoking.
📒The Mission The Men And Me ✍ Pete Blaber
✏The Mission The Men and Me Book Summary : "A book about the complexities of combat that's just as applicable for dealing with the complexities of business and our personal lives." (Kevin Sharer, Chairman & CEO, Amgen) As a commander of Delta Force-the most elite counter-terrorist organization in the world-Pete Blaber took part in some of the most dangerous, controversial, and significant military and political events of our time. Now he takes his intimate knowledge of warfare-and the heart, mind, and spirit it takes to win-and moves his focus from the combat zone to civilian life. As the smoke clears from exciting stories about neverbefore-revealed top-secret missions that were executed all over the globe, readers will emerge wiser, more capable, and more ready for life's personal victories than they ever thought possible.
📒The Man Who Planted Trees ✍ Jim Robbins
✏The Man Who Planted Trees Book Summary : The Man Who Planted Trees is the inspiring story of David Milarch’s quest to clone the biggest trees on the planet in order to save our forests and ecosystem—as well as a hopeful lesson about how each of us has the ability to make a difference. “When is the best time to plant a tree? Twenty years ago. The second best time? Today.”—Chinese proverb Twenty years ago, David Milarch, a northern Michigan nurseryman with a penchant for hard living, had a vision: angels came to tell him that the earth was in trouble. Its trees were dying, and without them, human life was in jeopardy. The solution, they told him, was to clone the champion trees of the world—the largest, the hardiest, the ones that had survived millennia and were most resilient to climate change—and create a kind of Noah’s ark of tree genetics. Without knowing if the message had any basis in science, or why he’d been chosen for this task, Milarch began his mission of cloning the world’s great trees. Many scientists and tree experts told him it couldn’t be done, but, twenty years later, his team has successfully cloned some of the world’s oldest trees—among them giant redwoods and sequoias. They have also grown seedlings from the oldest tree in the world, the bristlecone pine Methuselah. When New York Times journalist Jim Robbins came upon Milarch’s story, he was fascinated but had his doubts. Yet over several years, listening to Milarch and talking to scientists, he came to realize that there is so much we do not yet know about trees: how they die, how they communicate, the myriad crucial ways they filter water and air and otherwise support life on Earth. It became clear that as the planet changes, trees and forest are essential to assuring its survival. Praise for The Man Who Planted Trees “This is a story of miracles and obsession and love and survival. Told with Jim Robbins’s signature clarity and eye for telling detail, The Man Who Planted Trees is also the most hopeful book I’ve read in years. I kept thinking of the end of Saint Francis’s wonderful prayer, ‘And may God bless you with enough foolishness to believe that you can make a difference in the world, so that you can do what others claim cannot be done.’ ”—Alexandra Fuller, author of Don’t Let’s Go to the Dogs Tonight “Absorbing, eloquent, and loving . . . While Robbins’s tone is urgent, it doesn’t compromise his crystal-clear science. . . . Even the smallest details here are fascinating.”—Dominique Browning, The New York Times Book Review “The great poet W. S. Merwin once wrote, ‘On the last day of the world I would want to plant a tree.’ It’s good to see, in this lovely volume, that some folks are getting a head start!”—Bill McKibben, author of Eaarth: Making a Life on a Tough New Planet “Inspiring . . . Robbins lucidly summarizes the importance and value of trees to planet Earth and all humanity.”—The Ecologist “ ‘Imagine a world without trees,’ writes journalist Jim Robbins. It’s nearly impossible after reading The Man Who Planted Trees, in which Robbins weaves science and spirituality as he explores the bounty these plants offer the planet.”—Audubon
📒The Man Who Loved Clowns ✍ June Rae Wood
✏The Man Who Loved Clowns Book Summary : Delrita likes being invisible. If no one notices her, then no one willnotice her uncle Punky either. Punky is a grown man with a child's mind. Delrita loves him dearly and can't stand people making fun of his Down's syndrome. But when tragedy strikes, Delrita's quiet life—and Punky's—are disrupted forever. Can she finally learn to trust others, for her own sake and Punky's? This story captures the joy and sorrow that come when we open our hearts to love.
📒The Columbia Anthology Of Modern Japanese Drama ✍ J. Thomas Rimer
✏The Columbia Anthology of Modern Japanese Drama Book Summary : This anthology is the first to survey the full range of modern Japanese drama and make available Japan's best and most representative twentieth- and early-twenty-first-century works in one volume. It opens with a comprehensive introduction to Meiji-period drama and follows with six chronological sections: "The Age of Taisho Drama"; The Tsukiji Little Theater and Its Aftermath"; "Wartime and Postwar Drama"; "The 1960s and Underground Theater"; "The 1980s and Beyond"; and "Popular Theater," providing a complete history of modern Japanese theater for students, scholars, instructors, and dramatists. The collection features a mix of original and previously published translations of works, among them plays by such writers as Masamune Hakucho (The Couple Next Door), Enchi Fumiko (Restless Night in Late Spring), Morimoto Kaoru (A Woman's Life), Abe Kobo (The Man Who Turned into a Stick), Kara Juro (Two Women), Terayama Shuji (Poison Boy), Noda Hideki (Poems for Sale), and Mishima Yukio (The Sardine Seller's Net of Love). Leading translators include Donald Keene, J. Thomas Rimer, M. Cody Poulton, John K. Gillespie, Mari Boyd, and Brian Powell. Each section features an introduction to the developments and character of the period, notes on the plays' productions, and photographs of their stage performances. The volume complements any study of modern Japanese literature and modern drama in China, Korea, or other Asian or contemporary Western nations.