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posted by davidfraser
Looking for a faster, easier, zaidi rewarding path in your interpersonal relationships at work au at home? wewe could achieve a level of skill in this area probably beyond your imaginings. The secret is a systematic and insightful approach, using the best of practical psychology, NLP, ancient wisdom, and first-hand experience of organizational life at all levels. Such a systematic approach is available for wewe here in the form of the Relationship Mastery formula.

Our ability to relate to other people is often the key determinant in what happens in our lives, both at nyumbani and at work – the most...
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(original title: Essere Gentile)
by Piero Ferrucci, 2008, 306 pages
and Vivien Reid Ferrucci (Translator)

A book to read as a soul provider – if wewe are in a state of confusion, conflict, in quest of wisdom au in reach for soul comfort – au all…

A leading transpersonal psychologist reveals the unexpected secret to a happy life: behaving with kindness.

Piero Ferrucci calls it "global cooling," a phenomenon of chilly human relations. Communications are hurried and impersonal. The drive for profit and wealth has become a cherished value. And warmth and genuine presence have all but dissolved...
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Since everyone was so positive about my last article, I decided to make it a series of sorts. Different themes, maybe one makala a month. I am 23 and I still upendo all of the following books. People can enjoy them at any age, but these are especially great ones for kids and teens. There were so many to choose from, so I apologize that I had to leave out so many of my favorites. Let's all recapture youth! As always, these are in no particular order.

1. The Neverending Story kwa Michael Ende
This is one of the few ndoto novels that isn't an entire series. Not to offend anyone, but I do not like...
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posted by pumpkinqueen
The book Smiling kilima Farm is about the Wayne family’s life at Smiling kilima Farm. It starts out with the Wayne family moving to Indiana in an ox driven wagon to be pioneers and find new farm lands. The book shows how the farm and family grow through the years 1817-1937.
The story starts on the Wayne family moving from Virginia to Indiana. They found a settlement on a kilima and called it Smiling kilima Farm. They started building the farm, and making the farm bigger. The farm and kids grow up over the years. For example now they grind their wheat with a machine instead of horse power. As they...
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posted by cressida
Now, there are two types of memoirs in my mind: those about famous people, and those that aren't. Both have their pros and cons. zaidi people are likely to notice a famous memoir at the bookstore and buy it based on the celebrity's name -- but "common folk" memoirs don't have pre-conceptions, politics, and religious perspectives to overcome. au you're like me, who likes whatever she reads as long as its good. Whatever wewe like to read, here are a few memorable memoirs that I'd recommend wewe read.

With memoirs written kwa writers, wewe rightfully expect that the memoir is as good of a read as their...
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My name—my True Name—is Ashallayn’darkmyr Tallyn.
I am the last remaining son of Mab, Queen of the Unseelie Court. And I am dead to her.
My fall began, as many stories do, with a girl…
The fourth book in the Iron Fey series is easily my inayopendelewa and I’m sure I won’t be alone in thinking that. At the end of the third book, Meghan banished Ash from the Iron Realm, knowing he would stay kwa her side despite how harmful living in the Iron Realm would be to his health. But before he left, Ash made an oath that he would find a way to be with her. The Iron Knight tells the story of Ash’s...
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This was a book ripoti that I wrote for my English class. If you're thinking of kusoma the Hunger Games, I suggest that wewe look at this...

The Hunger Games is a very maarufu book among teens my age. It’s basically about a sixteen-year-old girl named Katniss whose sister (named Prim) was chosen to compete in the Hunger Games, which was an annual tournament where two children from each District (there are 12-ish) are forced to fight to the death on live television. Katniss apparently really loved her sister au something, because she volunteers to go in Prim’s stead.
I first picked up this...
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When I look on Youtube au even here, there are people that just want every one to hate the Twilight series and Edward most of all! THEY ARE FICTIONAL! And your all fighting like a bunch of babies! Its a book! wewe dont have to like it and I am not telling wewe to read it if wewe haven't.
I agree, upendo does not work like she explains it, and this book is pretty stereotypical but thats not the point!
Us kids and Teens know that Wanyonya damu and mtu-bweha are NOT real but we have every right to like what we want to like!
I see that some people are waiting for someone like Ewdard to come and sweep them...
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posted by pure-angel
When Psyche receives a prophecy gone horribly wrong, she learns that even the most beautiful girl in Greece can have a hideous future. Her fate? Fall in upendo with the one creature even the gods fear.
As she feels herself slipping closer into the arms of the prophecy, Psyche must choose between the terrifyingly tender touch she feels almost powerless to resist and the one constant she’s come to expect out of life: wewe cannot escape what is destined.
ADORABLE. Days after finishing Destined, I can’t stop thinking about it. And every time I do, I get this warm, fuzzy feeling in my stomach. After...
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Seth wasn’t trying to pretend things were all right.
“I don’t know what happened between wewe two before tonight but I can probably guess…”
The look Keenan gave him confirmed Seth’s fears.
“Right. Here’s the thing. If she chooses to give wewe zaidi than her friendship, it’ll suck for me. Probably how wewe feel now.”
Keenan was motionless, but it was much the same way that caged lions became motionless – sizing wewe up for weakness. For all their feigning humanity, faeries were something Other. Aislinn was Other, and the longer she was with them, the further away from mortal normalcy...
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Actor Daniel Radcliffe
I'm excited to be reporting this tid bit of book news to my Fanpop.com readers!

If wewe remember, earlier this year, I reviewed a new book titled 'The Vampire Game: Discovery' written kwa hunky first-time mwandishi Les Bailey--which I absolutely adored! (I've read the book 3 times now!)

Well, I now get to ripoti that there is a great possibility that the novel in swali will be developed into a major movie!

According to several movie news outlets, the unique vampire tale has generated loads of interest among some of Hollywood's most influential filmmakers--and I can see why.

As I first reported back...
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posted by pure-angel
A good book on your shelf is a friend that turns its back on wewe and remains a friend. ~Author Unknown


A book is the only place in which wewe can examine a fragile thought without breaking it, au explore an explosive idea without fear it will go off in your face. It is one of the few havens remaining where a man's mind can get both provocation and privacy. ~Edward P. Morgan


The worth of a book is to be measured kwa what wewe can carry away from it. ~James Bryce


Anyone who says they have only one life to live must not know how to read a book. ~Author Unknown


A good book should leave you... slightly...
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The Adoration of Jenna fox, mbweha is a tale about a teenage girl finding her identity. Even though it's a young adult book, I would reccomend it to anyone.
Summary: Seventeen-year-old Jenna fox, mbweha has just awoken from a year-long coma-so she's been told-and she is still recovering from the terrible accident that caused it. But what happened before that? She's been aliyopewa nyumbani sinema chronicling her entire life, which spark memories to surface. But are the memories really hers? And why won't anyone in her family talk about the accident? Jenna is becoming zaidi curious. But she is also afraid of what she...
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posted by zanhar1
Seeing as I haven't ilitumwa an makala here yet I thought I'd type up a little something. This'll be a orodha of vitabu that I read and some mini reviews of them; seeing as there are a lot, I will be utilizing my reviews from 'Goodreads'. Some reviews will be cut short to keep the length down.
Some reviews will have spoilers.

Croak

First and foremost, I upendo Lex. She's sassy, funny, and sarcastic. She also was all head over heals for Driggs. wewe can tell she likes him, but it doesn't turn the story into some silly stupid romance novel, basically it didn't obstruct the plot. I really really loved,...
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I highly recommend this book: Edenbrook kwa Julianne Donaldson.

I've never read a book this good. It had my stomach churning and flipping and I swear I reread every paragraph a kajillion times, I couldn't get enough. It is a page turning, intense, action filled romance.

Here's the catch: it is during the regence era (like old England, Pride and Prejudice). BUT don't let that scare wewe off. The mwandishi writes in a way that twists modern uandishi and makes it feel old and rustic. It isn't in that big fancy uandishi where wewe have to look up every other word and read the sentance twice just to understand...
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12 mwaka old Percy Jackson is just another normal kid...or so he thought. When he realizes he is the son of the Greek god Poseidon, the god of water, the battle really begins for his life, his friends, and the gods....

This is an AWESOME series. If wewe are a read-aholic (like me).....no further questions, this is the series for you. It's funny, thrilling, and so AMAZINGLY AWESOME I want to scream.

If wewe don't already know, they also just made the first book of this series (Percy Jackson & the Olypians: The Lightning Thief) into a movie. So check that out as well.
Well it's been a mwezi au so since my last "10 Books" article, so as promised, I'm back with zaidi suggestions. I want to point out that these are my personal opinions, and I stand behind every book I add to any list. I upendo science fiction and ndoto and I wanted this orodha to reflect some of the vitabu I believe anyone can enjoy whether these are their inayopendelewa genres au not. I intend to add 10 new vitabu to every list, so if wewe feel one is missing, please refer to my other lists as I may have already mentioned them. As always, I welcome your comments!

1. Ender's Game kwa Orson Scott Card
Ah,...
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if you've wondered what you're cat really was saying,then there's a book for you. DEWEY written kwa vicki myron,is a tale of a cat with a big personality that was put into a smalltown maktaba dropbox at a few weeks old and became the worlds most talked about cat.except for a few detailed moments about her family au herself,this book is a very clean book.so if wewe have a cat au just like a heartwarming,funny book then wewe will want to read DEWEY.i had a cat so i know what they are like and that's why this book is one of my inayopendelewa vitabu and i hope it will be one of yours too.if wewe want to find it go to www.hachettebookgroup.com to read a inspiring book of survival,hope,and most imporantly,love.
kwa Edward Fairfax:


After interviewing authors Lucretia Mars (GASPING IN THE SHADOWS) and Jenni Frendswith (STONECRAFT) I interviewed the mwandishi who hosts both vitabu on his website, Fletcher Rhoden, whose new nonfiction book is FIFTY SHADES OF TRAILER PARK BOYS: TPB in the Great Comedic Traditions. In the interests of full disclosure, my own book maoni OF A PROGRESSIVE CHRISTIAN is also hosted on Rhoden’s site at www.fletcherrhoden.com/links. Rhoden’s complete catalogue can be found on the PRODUCTS page of that site.

Q: Thank wewe for speaking with me today, Mr. Rhoden --
A: Fletch, please....
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Norman Doidge, m.d.
2007
427 pages


The discovery that our thoughts can change the structure and function of our brains – even into old age – is the most important breakthrough in neuroscience in four centuries. In this revolutionary look at the brain, bestselling author, psychiatrist, and psychoanalyst Norman Doidge, M.D., introduces both the brilliant scientists championing this new science of neuroplasticity and the astonishing progress of the people whose lives they’ve transformed

Introducing principles we canal use as well as a riveting collection of case histories – stroke patients...
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