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- Random House 2011; US$ 14.38
Toru Okada's cat has disappeared. His wife is growing more distant every day. Then there are the increasingly explicit telephone calls he has recently been receiving. As this compelling story unfolds, the tidy suburban realities of Okada's vague and blameless life, spent cooking, reading, listening to jazz and opera and drinking... more...
- Penguin Young Readers Group 2011; US$ 10.99
THE #1 NEW YORK TIMES AND INTERNATIONAL BESTSELLER ?Eerie, beautiful, and devastating.? ? Chicago Tribune ?A stealthy hit with staying power. . . . thriller-like pacing.?†? The New York Times ? Thirteen Reasons Why will leave you with chills long after you have finished reading.? ? Amber Gibson, NPR?s ?All Things Considered? † ... more...
- Crown/Archetype 2008; US$ 15.00
Thank You for Arguing is your master class in the art of persuasion, taught by professors ranging from Bart Simpson to Winston Churchill. The time-tested secrets the book discloses include Cicero?s three-step strategy for moving an audience to action—as well as Honest Abe?s Shameless Trick of lowering an audience?s expectations by pretending to be... more...
- University of Nebraska Press 2009; US$ 34.95
Rewind to the 1950s and ponder: was Americas first satellite really built by a college student? How did a small band of underappreciated Russian engineers get pictures of the moons far sideusing stolen American film? As the 1960s progressed, consider: how the heck did people learn to steer a spacecraft using nothing but gravity? And... more...
- ABC-CLIO 2009; US$ 36.00
" The Inner Edge is a valuable resource for leaders. Emerging leaders will find it a good instrument to use and read as they begin their leadership journey, and seasoned leaders will find it reaffirms what they need to be doing (and may have forgotten!) to be effective as leaders.' " more...
- HarperCollins 2010; US$ 11.99
One month in 1865 witnessed the frenzied fall of Richmond, a daring last-ditch Southern plan for guerrilla warfare, Lee's harrowing retreat, and then, Appomattox. It saw Lincoln's assassination just five days later and a near-successful plot to decapitate the Union government, followed by chaos and coup fears in the North, collapsed negotiations and... more...
- Beacon Press 2011; US$ 25.95
Does the Bible prohibit homosexuality? No, says Bible scholar and activist Jay Michaelson. But not only that: Michaelson also shows that the vast majority of our shared religious traditions support the full equality and dignity of LGBT people. In this accessible, passionate, and provocative book, Michaelson argues for equality, not despite religion... more...
- Crown/Archetype 2013; US$ 15.00
For when you really have to get your point across?†††††††††† † *Expanded and Revised: Including new chapters on leadership, Obama?s oratorical mastery, the pitfalls of apologies?and an ?Argument Lab? section to put your new skills to the test.* † Thank You for Arguing is your master class in the art of persuasion, taught by professors ranging from... more...
- Rowman & Littlefield Publishers 2005; US$ 17.99
How can we fix America's floundering public schools? Conventional wisdom says that schools and teachers need a lot more money, that poor and immigrant children can't do as well as most American kids, that high-stakes tests just produce teaching to the test, and that vouchers do little to help students while undermining our democracy. But what if... more...