No one knows the heart and mind of soldier. Every day they must face scenarios and life choices that most of us will never even imagine. When Rory Nichols joins the Army, this hard lesson hits hard and fast. After 911, he is deployed to Iraq. He and his wife, Emily, face sacrifice and strife which they fear their young marriage may not survive. Pushed to his limits, Rory begins to ask question... read more
It's Time to HOW...LLL! LEAD - To initiate - To show the way - To set in motion. LEVEL - Allow leaders to flourish within every position and rank. LEVERAGE - Enhance what is already working. Unleash potential! HOWL! guides you to become the Alpha Leader of your life and accelerate your personal peak performance. Learn to lead yourself and others with greater decisiveness and focused discipline... read more
This book is bold. Lead by Example is filled with insights on leadership development for women of all races, cultures and backgrounds. This book is necessary. Lead by Example mentors women who are navigating today's complex global business world. This book is on the frontier. Lead by Example is a no-nonsense guide to stepping into your power, breaking down myths, and turning adversity into opp... read more
What Jumper Cables are to A Car Battery this Book is to YOUR Attitude "Good old fashioned advice on how to have a great attitude, delivered in a pithy andinteresting way." —Karen Leland, bestselling author of Watercooler Wisdom: How Smart People Prosper in the Face of Conflict, Pressure and Change "Sam Glenn is known for his funny and motivational presentations and for his ability to give peop... read more
Revenge is a tator-tot hotdish best served cold...Minneapolitan Mira James has been taking it easy since college graduation--too easy. Due to a dead-end job and a cheating boyfriend, the Twin Cities have lost their charm, and Mira decides to begin a new life in rural Battle Lake. Right away she is offered jobs as an assistant librarian and part-time reporter, and falls into an unexpected roman... read more
Andie Oliver is a faithful woman--to God, to her handsome husband Joe, and to televangelist Reverend Calvin Artury, a Godfather in a Mafia of holy men. Raised in the 1970's to be subservient and submissive in the tradition of the Bible-belt South, she becomes a prisoner of that tradition. As a reluctant member of Artury's evangelical megachurch, the House of Praise in Winston-Salem, North Caro... read more
Has kitty been overindulging in catnip to fill the vast emptiness within? Does self-actualization always remain one whisker away? This indispensable guide, based on classic self-help texts and filled with quizzes, exercises, and insider tips, will teach cats to make small, daily changes (e.g. Become an Early Riser—and Force Others to Join You) to improve their lives. With chapters like “Don’t ... read more
Bullying is everywhere....and so is media coverage of bullying. In recent months, Ladies Home Journal, The Week, Redbook, and New York Times have all run articles on bullying. Episodes of Hannah Montana and Glee have dealt with bullying, and MTC launched a reality TV show called Bully Beatdown in 2009. Even the US Government is concerned; the Department of Health and Human Services has an inte... read more
The United States accounts for 5 percent of the world's population, yet incarcerates about 25 percent of the world's prisoners. Examining a wealth of studies by researchers and correctional professionals, and the experience of educators, this book shows recidivism rates drop in direct correlation with the amount of education prisoners receive, and the rate drops dramatically with each addition... read more
Our government is forced to become involved in struggling families and their adult offspring at the cost of 23% of state and 45% of county expenditures that flow largely from our federal income taxes. One-third of our children and youth are failing in some aspect of their lives. The United States is at the top of the list of developed nations in child abuse and neglect and the bottom in educat... read more
Aine believes herself to be a regular teenager in 1930s Alabama, but when a blue-eyed monster named Biblos attacks, she discovers that the reclusive woman raising her isn't really her grandmother and that she's been living inside a book for the past five years. With her blind brother, Spenser, she flees the pages of the novel she's called home, one terrifying step ahead of Biblos' black magic.... read more
High school teacher Danny Wakeman has spent sixteen years believing that his childhood friend, Marcus Gaines, saved his life after an accident. But Danny's perspective on the world gets turned inside-out when he and the woman he wants to marry, Sara McBride, drink from the mystical waters of Dreaming Creek, trade bodies, and get stuck that way... Trapped in each others' bodies, struggling to f... read more
Robin Banks's charming, revealing, and unceasingly funny memoir of her parenting years should be required reading for all young couples thinking of having children. It will surely help them better handle, if not avoid altogether, all the parenting pitfalls she so poignantly and humorously describes.(John Rosemond, Parenting Expert, Author, and Nationally-syndicated Newspaper Columnist) Picture... read more
This is a post-apocalyptic tale that chronicles a young man’s journey into manhood. It is a page turner that unfolds mystery by mystery, never revealing the surprise ending. It has innocence, intrigue, philosophy, and humor overlaid with love found, then love lost. It starts in France during World War I, and ends 200 years later after the collapse of the modern world. Think of Cormac McCarthy’... read more
A warm-hearted Christmas adventure story full of wonder, excitement and lessons for boys and girls. Truly amazing things happen when a young boy encounters an angel and the first Christmas.
The Itty-Bitty Icky Committee/Heroes of the Heart by Debbie Lindsay
When Gregory Marks is tricked into marrying a psychotic criminal addicted to methamphetamine and Prada shoes, only friendship, a gun andantidepressants can help him survive.Out from Under is one of those rare books that swings between despair and chaotic, comedic triumph. Two foreclosures, utter financial ruin, twocareer changes, being punked into marriage, a car-theft ring, two criminal broth... read more
Children from diverse backgrounds celebrate all that they have in common.
“The Flourishing Home” is about making your life easier, while enhancing your wellness and your sense of wellbeing. You will discover that every space in your home, whether it’s a formal dining room, a master bedroom oasis or the narrow entryway at your front door, can be made to be inspired and inspiring. In this book Julie DeEsch-Kaminski combines her unique experiences in counseling and per... read more
"Move over, Stephanie Plum. There's a new bad girl in town, and her name is Mira James."Mira James never imagined life after college would be a doublewide traileroutside Battle Lake, Minnesota. Then again, maybe the North Country hasmore to offer than mosquitoes and broasted chicken. Locallegend claims that a diamond necklace was lost nearly a century ago inWhiskey Lake, not far from the prese... read more
Prison Education Guide is more than just a comprehensive guide to correspondence courses for prisoners – it has a great role to play in re-shaping how we think about prison education and its effects on our nation and communities. The most comprehensive guide to correspondence programs for prisoners available today, this exceptional book provides the reader with step-by-step instructions to fin... read more
2017 Selah Awards Finalist“This inspirational tale thrills with a tight plot, lyrical scene descriptions, and complex characters. Pamela Cable leaves readers aching for more.” ~ Julie Cantrell, New York Times and USA TODAY bestselling author of the Christy Award winning novel, Into the FreeOn a November day in 1951 Neeley McPherson turned five ... and accidentally killed her parents. Thrown in... read more
Editorial Reviews “Deborah Schneider has lived through a nightmare that most of us can’t even imagine. She opens herself up and invites us in—an act that requires great courage under even the best of circumstances. Her experience of kindness, compassion and grace in the midst of darkness is an inspiring testament to our shared humanity. Hearing of the struggles she continues to deal with on a ... read more
Former Navy SEAL turned inventor Mark Farrell is determined to make a lasting impact on the world. Named after the last good Roman emperor, Caesar Marcus Aurelius Antoninus Augustus, Mark's latest invention, a “smart” EEG machine called EEG-Xpert, may fulfill his dream, but inexplicable delays have plagued the project. An overbearing venture capitalist, suspected sabotage, a troubled marriage ... read more
A New Prescription for Addiction relates a story of discovery for the author, Richard I. Gracer, MD, a long time family physician and pain specialist. In the early 2000's a new law (DATA2000) was passed by Congress, allowing the use of a novel medication , buprenorphine (Suboxone), for the office based treatment of opiate drug addiction. Physicians need a special "waiver" from the DEA to use t... read more
Using the Best of Who You Are to Create the Best of What You Want
ATTENTION: Education Behind Bars is now out-of-print. It has been replaced with College for Convicts (McFarland & Co., 2014) and Prison Education Guide (Prison Legal News Publishing, 2016). DO NOT BUY THIS BOOK. IF INTERESTED, CONSIDER THE TWO OTHER UPDATED BOOKS. THESE ARE LOWER COST AND UP-TO-DATE.
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