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  • Child Life in Hospitalsby Richard Thompson; Gene Stanford

    Charles C Thomas 1981; US$ 45.95

    By Richard H. Thompson, Edgewood College, Madison, Wisconsin, and Gene Stanford, Children's Hospital, Buffalo, New York. With a Foreword by Jerriann Myers Wilson. Child life services include providing emotional support, structuring therapeutic play programs, psychologically preparing children for medical procedures, enhancing the hospital environment,... more...

  • Bourinot's Rules of Orderby Geoffrey Stanford

    McClelland & Stewart 2011; US$ 9.99

    Nervous about chairing a meeting? Puzzled by the lingo of quorums and motions and adjournments? Wondering how to prevent someone from monopolizing the discussion?   Bourinot?s Rules of Order is the definitive guide to conducting meetings, large and small, formal and relaxed. Based on the procedures of the House of Commons in Ottawa, these rules outline... more...

  • Bronwen Astor: Her Life and Times (Text Only)by Peter Stanford

    HarperCollins Publishers 2012; US$ 12.86

    For the first time since the Profumo scandal of the 1960s, the Astors? own version of the events at Cliveden is told. Peter Stanford has been granted unprecedented access to Lady Astor, her private papers and her friends, as well as to many family members and key players in the drama. more...

  • Business for Aspiesby Ashley Stanford

    Jessica Kingsley Publishers 2011; US$ 22.95

    Ashley Stanford addresses all of the issues that can arise once a person with AS secures employment, through the eyes of both employee and employer. Describing what might be expected of any employee, she offers helpful tips and workarounds not only to enable AS individuals achieve their fullest potential, but to take advantage of their strengths. more...

  • Copping Out: The Consequences of Police Corruption and Misconductby Anthony Stanford

    ABC-CLIO 2015; US$ 37.00

    In this shocking yet fascinating volume, an award-winning Chicago journalist goes behind the headlines to provide a far-reaching analysis of brutality, vice, and corruption among men and women who have sworn to serve and protect. This timely book draws on actual cases to examine the widespread phenomenon of corruption inside law enforcement agencies.... more...

  • Cowgirl's Cookbookby Jill Stanford

    TwoDot 2008; US$ 11.99

    Filled with fun recipes and nostalgic looks back at the heyday of the cowgirl era, this book celebrates the wild women of the Old West. From "Fit for a Queen Green Chili Soup" to "Cowgirl Margaritas," Cowgirl's Cookbook is fun to puruse and to will be excellent to use for a cowgirl-themed girls night or campout. more...

  • The Death of a Childby Peter Stanford

    Bloomsbury Publishing 2011; US$ 12.99

    The Death of a Child is a collection of a dozen essays in which parents and siblings tell their own stories of losing a child, brother or sister, and of how they have coped with bereavement and grief. Their experiences range from the earliest losses - actress and author Carol Drinkwater's miscarriages, Irish writer Catherine Dunne's still-birth... more...

  • The Devilby Peter Stanford

    Random House 2010; US$ 20.78

    Talk of the Devil has become distinctly unfashionable. Our sceptical age has pensioned off Satan, for centuries the face and name put to the abstract reality of evil. However, the creation of Popes, archbishops and priests will not so easily accept his fate, and Satan continues to serve as a metaphor for evil throughout society. His scaly black... more...

  • The Economist Guide to Organisation Designby Naomi Stanford

    Profile Books 2010; US$ 26.67

    Business failure is not limited to start ups. Industry Watch (published by BDO Stoy Hayward, an accounting firm) 'predicts that 17,043 businesses will fail (in the UK) in 2006, a further 4 per cent increase from 2005'. In America between 1990 and 2000, there were over 6.3 million business start-ups and over 5.7 million business shut-downs. ... more...

  • The Economist Guide to Organisation Design 2nd editionby Naomi Stanford

    Profile Books 2015; US$ 18.67

    Thousands of established businesses fail every year because of the way they are organised, or re-organised. Business survival can depend not only on whether its structures and reporting lines meet the needs of the market, but also whether they can adapt in the face of a rapidly changing business environment. Yet managers seldom talk coherently... more...