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Book: The Shark With No Teeth by Leslie Williams
Tim is a kid who likes to fish. Drowning some bait is his idea of a good afternoon. Then he catches something he hadn't expected.... The shark with no teeth is a story for different ages. For children 0 to three years of age, it is about naming things, contrasts, and rewards for doing good. For kids 4 to 8 years, it's about stereotypes, as well as the concepts of mercy and kindness. It's about [...]
 
Book: The Great Illusions We Live By in Marriage by Diana DeLaHaye, LMHC
If you would like a more equal marriage and partnership you will find this book helpful. Our society, our world has had a model of men and women in marriage, out of balance. This outdated relationship continues to create unhappiness in marriage. You can change it together by looking at why the gender stereotypes continue to destroy marriages.
 
Book: No Refuge by Thea Hartley
#1 in Free Psychological Fiction. "The book challenges stereotypes" Domestic abuse is something which happens to other people ... or does it? Two women, Jodie Harrison and Honey Sullivan, from opposite backgrounds, thought it wouldn't happen to them ... They were wrong ... Josh, Jodie's doctor husband physically abuses her, due in part to his sadist sexual urges. Honeys husband emotionally [...]
 
Book: The Pebble Champion by A. D. Pritchard
Haunted by the death of his mother and the loss of a childhood friendship, 15-year-old Chris moves to the Isle of Wight to begin a new life with his estranged father. There, alone on the beach, he deals with his grief and guilt by entering an imagined world where he competes to become The Pebble Champion, skimming stones farther than anyone else across the surface of the sea. With each pebble [...]
 
Book: Yohannes Ishi by Nabse Bamato
Born in Ethiopia, but adopted by a British couple, Yohannes grows up far from his cultural roots. Following the painful decline and eventual demise of his adoptive mother, he is persuaded to return to the beautiful yet seemingly impossible nation where he was born, to take on a teaching job. With no memories of the land of his birth and no knowledge of the language or culture, Yohannes finds [...]
 
Book: Immortal Relations - Coming Out by Guy D. Ogan
After saving mankind from a war between two major powers before it went nuclear and solving two ecological disasters, our guardian vampires discuss coming out to humans. Seeing a potential for an open relationship protecting humans from evil vampires, criminals & power-mad politicians, a newer member of the good coven proposes they support patriots fighting for humanitarian liberty. This idea for [...]
 
Book: Dasha's Journal - A Cat Reflects on Life, Catness and Autism by T. O. Daria
Just a few weeks old, Dasha the cat found herself in a family with an autistic child. The publication of Temple Grandin's book 'Animals in Translation: Using the Mysteries of Autism to Decode Animal Behaviour' turned the household into a research laboratory, with the humans observing Dasha's behaviours and the cat experimenting with the 'human guinea pigs' The feline perspective provides a new [...]
 
Book: Kissing Boys, Just For The Thrill by Jennifer Juan
Kissing Boys, Just For The Thrill is the fourth major poetry collection, from Jennifer Juan. An exploration of female trouble. From romance to heartbreak, poverty to unrelenting joy, war, lust, racism, transmisogyny, and everywhere in between. We've all got problems, and Jennifer has a lot to say about many of them. Breaking down the expectations and stereotypes of what a woman's life can and [...]
 
Book: It's Easier to Dance by Annie Laurie Harris
It's Easier to Dance is the remarkable memoir from author Annie L. Harris, a woman born in the late 1940s with cerebral palsy. This extraordinary book is the first of its kind to provide a chronological view of the historical development of the civil rights movement through three different lenses: those of a woman, a minority, and someone living with a developmental disability. This insightful [...]
 
Book: Descendants of the Dragon by Kelcey Hill
After the death of her grandfather, Zhou Da abandoned the traditions of her family and threw herself into the study of science and biology. Now a renowned paleontologist, Zee eats, sleeps and breathes dinosaurs. Years later she finds herself comfortable with her life and career, until she receives an unexpected invitation from her godfather -- a conservation scientist -- to join a select team of [...]
 
Book: Success with STEM - Ideas for the classroom, STEM clubs and beyond by Sue Howarth
Success with STEM is an essential resource, packed with advice and ideas to support and enthuse all those involved in the planning and delivery of STEM in the secondary school. It offers guidance on current issues and priority areas to help you make informed judgements about your own practice and argue for further support for your subject in school. It explains current initiatives to enhance STEM [...]
 
Book: The Temptation of Fate by Femi Olawole
The Temptation of FateThe Temptation of Fate is a tale of naive teenagers and ignorant young adults who tempt fate with their rebellious, value-deficient attitudes. These youngsters are never prepared to take responsibilities for their actions because they think the world owes them something. And they are inadvertently encouraged by parents who do not know the difference between parental love and [...]
 
Book: DALA and DIASPORA - TESTAMENT - A LUO FAMILY STORY by Edward Orony Omolo
"In Dala and Diaspora" is a journey of hope, faith, courage and determination. The writer wanders with you slowly, provocatively and elicits in you the feeling and the assertion that you can achieve whatever you set your sights on, your present circumstances notwithstanding. You are invited and encouraged to think and act imaginatively, bravely and purposively, unrestricted by local stereotypes, [...]
 
Book: Corporate Crap - Lessons Learned from 40 Years in Corporate America by Howard Harrison
Corporate Crap: Lessons Learned from 40 Years in Corporate America takes a humorous look at the business practices that lead employees to look for new employment...like meetings, performance reviews, downsizing, and bosses from hell. And let's not forget the esteem-sapping elements like dress codes, task forces, brainstorming, and engagement surveys; flip charts, org charts, hard stops, and [...]
 
Book: Nameless, Blameless Reproduction by JACH MD
When I get the call, I just know. Can I just answer barely awake and go back to sleep or do I need to be up in a flash? Some of it is the intuition that comes with getting calls in the dead of the night over many years. It's the languid pace of a person's voice with a bothersome question, the timid entry phrase, "I'm sorry to bother you with this..." Or it's the fear and panic in the voice of the [...]
 
Book: 90 Things That Irritate The S**t Out Of Me...Or At Least Make Me Frown by G. Eric Francis
"I will say the language for me was a little too much but once I got past all of that I will say it's easy reading." "The sad thing is that the humor was diminished by the vulgar language." "Laugh out loud funny and downright poignant at others times, this is a good piece of work." Sigh. The above are samples of reviews from my 4th book, "90 Things That Irritate The Sh** Out Of Me...Or At Least [...]
 
Book: The Prophecy (Saga of the Chosen Book 1) by Petra Landon
As a powerful wizard threatens the Chosen from beyond the grave, can they unravel The Prophecy in time to save their world? Tasia is a very special Chosen. Warned to keep her distance from her brethren, she makes a fateful decision one night to assist an injured Shape-shifter. Suddenly, Tasia finds herself in the cross-hairs of Shifter mercenaries encroaching on San Francisco and their vampire [...]
 
Book: Reluctant Gods II - The Demon Seth by A.J. Aaron
Immortal gods trapped by an insolent boy demon!? ... Now what!? What people are saying! ...Well developed characters, outrageous conversations, thorough descriptions illustrating scenery and movements. Polite society it ain't. ...The characters continue to engage the reader and display some shocking behavior in this fantasy. They are paramount to the comedy of the story and the reader is kept [...]
 


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