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Playing It Right

Autor: Rachael Bareket
Publisher: AAPC Publishing
ISBN: 9781931282819
File Size: 6,11 MB
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This collection of practical, hands-on social skills activities are easy for both parents and teachers to carry out with the child. The activities result in a finished product that can serve as a reminder to reinforce skills in addition to practicing reading, writing, fine-motor, etc.

Playing It Well

Autor: John J. O'Leary
Publisher: Trafford Publishing
ISBN: 1466962437
File Size: 20,80 MB
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The story of a man who rose from poverty to become a successful engineer, elected and appointed government official and a much exhibited photographic artist. Part 1 opens with his early days on the streets of New York, his later service in the Navy during the Korean War, his 35 years in the aerospace industry, where he helped to put a man on the moon while playing a key role in assuring the national defense. Part 1 ends with his introduction to New York politics when he runs for Governor of the State of New York and is subsequently elected to lead the local Conservative Party in1972. Part 2 follows Jack's adventures through the end of the 20th century to the early years of the 21st including taking a moribund political party and raising it to become a key player in state and local politics. The book gives a unique insight into the complexities of New York politics and government.

Makin It Right

Autor: April Joy
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 1475974450
File Size: 7,76 MB
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When she was fourteen years old, April Joy wanted nothing more than a marriage of mutual love and respect and a family of her own. It was then, in 1962, that she met Dean, a young soldier stationed nearby, and fell in love with his good looks and caring, attentive persona. He was the man of her dreams; she was sure of it. She was too young to get married; even so, shortly after they became involved they decided to have a child together. At just fi fteen years old, April learned that she was pregnant with the child of a man who was deployed overseas, and she dropped out of high school. It wasn’t until she was eight months pregnant that her father finally gave his consent for her marriage to Dean—a marriage that soon turned sour once Dean returned from his time overseas. April was a teenaged mother, a high school dropout, and a victim of domestic abuse. After twenty-two years of violence, she finally divorced her husband. Despite dropping out of high school, she was able to go back to school, earn a degree, and work her way up the ranks to the role of director of information systems. In this inspiring story of survival and success, author April Joy shows the world that a determined woman is more than the mistakes she makes as a girl. With patience and perseverance, we can all enjoy the fruit of success.

The Slowpoke S Guide To Getting It Right

Autor: Sean Conway
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 1440170061
File Size: 7,79 MB
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From the author of Gillis Huckabee comes Sean Conway's powerful first collection of short stories. In storySouth Magazine's Million Writer's Award-nominated "Scratch," a divorced man tries to control a raging breakout of poison ivy while his personal life erupts violently out of control. In "Ashes, Ashes" an unemployed laborer is unable to look forward, so consumed by his role in devastating events of the past. And in "January Thaw" a single mother struggles to let go of the life she once envisioned for the uncharted path of her present when her recently-widowed father moves in with her and her young son. Despite its title, The Slowpoke's Guide to Getting It Right is not, in fact, a guide. It is not a how-to book. If anything, these stories combine to form a how-not-to guide. Sean Conway's characters distract themselves from facing truths; they blame others for their own tragic decisions; they find themselves suddenly unprepared, face-to-face with life situations that they should have seen coming a mile away, but, like many of us, missed. Like many of us-perhaps even all of us-they're slowpokes.

Blues In Modern Days

Autor: Terry Mullins
Publisher: BookBaby
ISBN: 1631923307
File Size: 14,58 MB
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Never has the idiom of the blues music been as important to the world’s psyche as it is right now. Engulfed by uncertain and constantly-changing social, political and economic times, the blues can do more than just serve as unobtrusive background music for the soundtrack of our lives. It can become a virtual lifeboat to help carry our souls through the turbulent and uncharted waters we all are forced to navigate on a daily basis. As such, we should forever be thankful that the blues have somehow found a way to grow and prosper, even in the face of all the adversity that it has had to overcome all on its own. Consider this book a snapshot look into the lives and the times of some of the blues men and women that are not only responsible for helping to create the very language of the blues, but who are also toiling at great length to make sure that language never gets forgotten. This is their stories, in their own words. This is Blues in Modern Days.


Autor: Kelvin Sugars
Publisher: Kelvin Sugars
ISBN: 0987503405
File Size: 20,88 MB
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Drumatrix - A System for Linear Drumming and musical phrasing. A 15 Level course for the beginner to advanced drum kit student. Drumatrix unlocks your inner creativity and freedom to express yourself musically.

The Kids Got It Right

Autor: Jim Dent
Publisher: Macmillan
ISBN: 1250017890
File Size: 25,86 MB
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New York Times bestselling author Jim Dent pens the compelling story of how a black and white player came together to break the color barrier in Texas football in 1965. Jerry LeVias and Bill Bradley bonded as friends at the Big 33 high school all-star game, producing a dramatic finish that fans still talk about. Jim Dent takes the reader to the heart of Texas football with the incredible story of how two young men broke the chain of racism that had existed for more than half a century. In 1965, black and white players barely mixed in Texas. That summer, Jerry LeVias and Bill Bradley came together at the Big 33 game in Hershey, Pennsylvania. When no one else would room with LeVias, Bradley stepped forward. The two became the closest of friends and the best of teammates. LeVias called Bradley "my blue-eyed soul brother.'' Big-hearted, gregarious, and free-spirited, Bradley looked out for LeVias – one of three black players on the team. The Texas team came to Hershey with a mandate to win. A year earlier, Texas had lost to the Pennsylvania all-stars 12-6 in the most significant defeat in the state's proud history. This was considered blasphemy in a place where football outranked religion. Texas coach Bobby Layne was mad-as-hell that he was forced to play with second stringers in '64. So he and assistant coach Doak Walker traveled to Austin and asked Texas governor John Connally to end the scheduling conflict with the in-state all-star game so he could suit up the best players. Layne also sought permission to recruit black players. After all, Texas was flush with black stars, some of whom would mature into the most notable players in the history of the National Football League. Layne's scheme never would have worked without Bradley and LeVias. Together—and with Layne's indomitable will to win—the two led their team proudly to face down the competition at Hershey Stadium. The Kids Got It Right is a moving story, reminiscent of Remember The Titans. Jim Dent once again brings readers to cheers and tears with a truly American tale of leadership, brotherhood, and good-ol' Texas-style football.

Thelonious Monk

Autor: Robin Kelley
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1439190496
File Size: 11,94 MB
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The first full biography of legendary jazz musician Thelonious Monk, written by a brilliant historian, with full access to the family's archives and with dozens of interviews. Thelonious Monk is the critically acclaimed, gripping saga of an artist’s struggle to “make it” without compromising his musical vision. It is a story that, like its subject, reflects the tidal ebbs and flows of American history in the twentieth century. To his fans, he was the ultimate hipster; to his detractors, he was temperamental, eccentric, taciturn, or childlike. His angular melodies and dissonant harmonies shook the jazz world to its foundations, ushering in the birth of “bebop” and establishing Monk as one of America’s greatest com­posers. Elegantly written and rich with humor and pathos, Thelonious Monk is the definitive work on modern jazz’s most original composer.

So You Want To Sell Cars Do It Right

Autor: John Woullard
Publisher: MC2 Books
ISBN: 9781893347083
File Size: 25,73 MB
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'So You Want to Sell Cars? Do it Right!' is a book packed with years of experience and knowledge from a veteran in the automotive sales industry. John Woullard outlines all the tips, techniques and practical knowledge you need to know to enter into and be successful in the auto sales industry. Whether you are already in the industry and boost your competitive advantage or want to break into it and start a successful career, this book is a must read. Take it from someone who has been in the industry for more than 20 years and owns his on business, Wheelsworth, Inc.