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Short

Author : John Schwartz
ISBN : 1429953020
Genre : Young Adult Nonfiction
File Size : 44.2 MB
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A SURVIVAL GUIDE TO GROWING UP SHORT. Part science book, part memoir—a book for everyone concerned about looking (or feeling) different. When veteran journalist John Schwartz took a close look at famous height studies, he made a surprising discovery: being short doesn't have to be a disadvantage! Part advice book, part memoir, and part science primer, this fascinating book explores the marketing, psychology, and mythology behind our obsession with height and delivers a reassuring message to kids of all types that they can walk tall—whatever it is that makes them different. Short is a 2011 Bank Street - Best Children's Book of the Year.
Category: Young Adult Nonfiction

The Boy Who Could Change The World

Author : Aaron Swartz
ISBN : 9781620970768
Genre : Literary Collections
File Size : 85.17 MB
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In his too-short life, Aaron Swartz reshaped the Internet, questioned our assumptions about intellectual property, and touched all of us in ways that we may not even realize. His tragic suicide in 2013 at the age of twenty-six after being aggressively prosecuted for copyright infringement shocked the nation and the world. Here for the first time in print is revealed the quintessential Aaron Swartz: besides being a technical genius and a passionate activist, he was also an insightful, compelling, and cutting essayist. With a technical understanding of the Internet and of intellectual property law surpassing that of many seasoned professionals, he wrote thoughtfully and humorously about intellectual property, copyright, and the architecture of the Internet. He wrote as well about unexpected topics such as pop culture, politics both electoral and idealistic, dieting, and lifehacking. Including three in-depth and previously unpublished essays about education, governance, and cities,The Boy Who Could Change the World contains the life’s work of one of the most original minds of our time.
Category: Literary Collections

Walking Tall In Tough Times

Author : GREAT IGWE
ISBN : 9781733280327
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
File Size : 21.80 MB
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Out of nowhere, the storms of life hit us without warning. The loss of a loved one, a broken relationship, loss of a job and properties. A terrible accident, illness or the failure of a business. This is tough challenges that people all over the world are being confronted with daily in their respective life. We don’t have the power to choose what happens to us, neither can we as humans choose the nature and severity of the problems and challenges that confronts us every day. But one thing we sure can do, and has the power to control is the way we respond to these challenges and how we fight through it. Life is like an ocean and every one of us are born sailors, sailing through this ocean. Everybody shall one day encounter a storm, be it the wealthy, the educated, the poor, the uneducated, the single or married, the sick or healthy. The storms of life is not a respecter of race, religion or country of birth but rather a respecter of courage, boldness, persistent, firmness of purpose and positive attitude. Walking tall in tough times, is a book that will certainly arm and spur you to take tough decisions and actions necessary to bring about a change in your life. It will also help you change your negative perceptions and response to the challenges you are going through and put you on a part to true success. The principles and practical steps that are outlined in this book is not based on head knowledge, but rather are founded on experiential knowledge and scriptural examples that will certainly leave transformed. This book will undoubtedly stir you to leave your comfort zone to your rightful place of influence and power. It will forge you to become uncomfortable with mediocrity and average existence. Buckle up as I take you through this journey of self-freedom and reawakening. Happy read.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Ender S World

Author : Orson Scott Card
ISBN : 9781937856267
Genre : Literary Criticism
File Size : 88.30 MB
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Experience the thrill of reading Ender's Game all over again Go deeper into the complexities of Orson Scott Card’s classic novel with science fiction and fantasy writers, YA authors, military strategists, including: Ender prequel series coauthor Aaron Johnston on Ender and the evolution of the child hero Burn Notice creator Matt Nix on Ender's Game as a guide to life Hugo award–winning writer Mary Robinette Kowal on how Ender’s Game gets away with breaking all the (literary) rules Retired US Air Force Colonel Tom Ruby on what the military could learn from Ender about leadership Bestselling YA author Neal Shusterman on the ambivalence toward survival that lies at the heart of Ender’s story Plus pieces by: Hilari Bell John Brown Mette Ivie Harrison Janis Ian Alethea Kontis David Lubar and Alison S. Myers John F. Schmitt Ken Scholes Eric James Stone Also includes never-before-seen content from Orson Scott Card on the writing and evolution of the events in Ender's Game, from the design of Battle School to the mindset of the pilots who sacrificed themselves in humanity’s fight against the formics
Category: Literary Criticism

Mike Royko The Chicago Tribune Collection 1984 1997

Author : Mike Royko
ISBN : 9781572844926
Genre : Political Science
File Size : 32.73 MB
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Mike Royko: The Chicago Tribune Collection 1984–1997 is an expansive new volume of the longtime Chicago news legend’s work. Encompassing thousands of his columns, all of which originally appeared in the Chicago Tribune, this is the first collection of Royko work to solely cover his time at the Tribune. Covering politics, culture, sports, and more, Royko brings his trademark sarcasm and cantankerous wit to a complete compendium of his last 14 years as a newspaper man. Organized chronologically, these columns display Royko's talent for crafting fictional conversations that reveal the truth of the small-minded in our society. From cagey political points to hysterical take-downs of "meatball" sports fans, Royko's writing was beloved and anticipated anxiously by his fans. In plain language, he "tells it like it is" on subjects relevant to modern society. In addition to his columns, the book features Royko's obituary and articles written about him after his death, telling the tale of his life and success. This ultimate collection is a must-read for Royko fans, longtime Chicago Tribune readers, and Chicagoans who love the city's rich history of dedicated and insightful journalism.
Category: Political Science

School Library Journal

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ISBN : PSU:000061877634
Genre : Children's libraries
File Size : 61.43 MB
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Category: Children's libraries

Short Stories Tall Tales And True Confessions

Author : Shane Gordon
ISBN : 9780595377060
Genre : Humor
File Size : 52.14 MB
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Shane Gordon is the author of two books, Dear Baby Boomers and The Tenth Man. This book is Short Stories, Tall Tales And True Confessions. Something for everyone from 16 to 65 plus, some funny, some serious, some just stories.
Category: Humor

The Kid Looks Back Short Stories Tall Tales

Author : Ritchie R. Moorhead
ISBN : 9781463408466
Genre : Nature
File Size : 45.88 MB
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The Kid Looks Back is a collection of sixty-eight stories that cover a wide range of topics. I hope that his book will be a gentle hiding place where you can go to get away from something, return to something or go where you have never been. Some of these stories are true. Others are factually true, although bit embellished. Others are outright fabrications. Most look back to a kinder, mellower time. Digging for worms, swimming in a pond, using an outhouse or wading in a river may bring gross evaluations from our urbanized cousins. I hope that this book introduces them to life – with a smile. Most of the stories have a message. Many are simply humorous. Entertainment is the motive. Carefree is the mood. Try to find yourself within these pages. May the beak of reality crack your comfort shell. Start anywhere. Finish anytime. Enjoy!
Category: Nature