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By David L Hammer. 1985
By John Ebdon. 1985
John Ebdon captures the whims and eccentricities of the English character in this portrait of the country and its people:… the regimented Farnham commuter, and the cantankerous neighbours with deep down hearts of gold. Explaining along the way why Yorkshiremen are "God's own people" and how London views tourists. 1985.
By John Ebdon. 1979
The first book from the Director of the London Planetarium, better known as a humorous broadcaster. Here he writes about… the non-tourist side of Greece, two islands in the Cyclades, where he is accepted into the villages as a welcome inhabitant. In his own words, "It is not a travel book. It is about people... of the islands of Andros and Kos." 1979.
By Don Cherry, Al Strachan. 2008
Former hockey player and coach Don Cherry's comments on Hockey Night in Canada's "Coach's Corner" routinely make headlines as they… entertain, educate, and often upset some fans throughout North America. Now he presents his favourite stories from his career in hockey. And you can imagine the stories he has to tell. c2008.
By Michael Masterson, Mark Skousen. 2006
Michael Masterson offers new grads, and anyone just starting out, the keys to financial success and security. His practical advice… will help you attain your financial goals no matter what your major. With Masterson's help, you will choose a great job and rise to the top of your field, profit from the real estate market, increase your income, save money on taxes, decrease credit and gain financial independence while you are still young enough to enjoy your wealth. 2006.
By Michael Masterson. 2006
Michael Masterson explains in plain language how to amass a fortune in 7 to 15 years. To simultaneously generate both… income and equity, he recommends cultivating multiple streams of wealth. He offers simple yet profound secrets about stocks, bonds, real estate, direct mail, consulting, and business ventures. Going beyond mere theory, he reveals how ordinary people - taking small, simple steps - actually generate phenomenal wealth. 2006.
By Francis Chan. 2008
The God of the universe is crazy about you! His love is the most powerful thing in the world and… He wants to give it to you, so you can live for Him. If you have made a commitment to follow Christ, then read Crazy Love to be reminded and challenged in your walk. Sharing from his own life struggles and sacrifices, author Francis Chan issues a call for selfless, Christ-like living. Let the love you have received from God impact your life like never before. 2008.
By Claudio Magris. 1989
Explores the Danube River as it flows through middle-European countries from the Bavarian hills to the Black Sea. Examines the… tension between Greco-Roman and Teutonic cultures, the roots of fascism, the splendour and decline of the Hapsburg dynasty, and the evil of Nazism. 1989. Uniform title: Danubio.
By Don Baker. 1984
Church discipline is supposed to be a loving but firm action to confront sin in a Christian's life and help… them be restored to the church family. Too often it is a harsh exclusion from the fellowship without any expectation of reconciled relationship. c1984.
By Tony Hall. 2006
By Sarah Zacharias Davis. 2006
By Eva-Marie Kröller. 1987
A detailed survey of Canadian travel writing in the 19th century provides an unusual perspective on Canadian history. Canadians abroad… preferred Britain, France, Italy and Palestine, in that order. The major world expositions and Queen Victoria's Golden and Diamond Jubilees figure prominently in the writings. 1987.
By Shannon Kubiak Primicerio. 2006
To be a leader you have to be different. Your peers will observe you and the choices you make, and… if you go against the social order and stand up for what you believe in, others will notice. Junior High. 2006.
By Shannon Kubiak Primicerio. 2005
With a borrowed rucksack, Patrick Leigh Fermor set off in 1933 from the Hook of Holland to walk to Constantinople.… This sequel continues the journey down the Danube from Budapest; on horseback across the Great Hungarian Plain, and over the Rumanian border into Transylvania, a wild beautiful region of forests and mountains secluded from Western eyes during centuries of religious and national complexity. He planned to live "like a tramp, a pilgrim or a wandering scholar" but found instead leisurely sojourns in castles. Sequel to "A time of gifts : on foot to Constantinople : from the Hook of Holland to the Middle Danube". 1986.
By Jonathan Raban. 1987
In 1982 the author set out in an old, made-over ketch, to the only wilderness left: the sea. Unlike his… predecessors, he was not weighted down by "testaments, theories and dogmas;" he wanted to find out what made his own "peculiar country tick" and, in so doing, he charted the coastline of his past, took soundings for the future and unfurled a map of Britain that is comedy and tragedy in one. 1987.
By Kenneth H Blanchard, Sheldon M Bowles. 2000
Bestselling authors Blanchard and Bowles unlock the secrets of making serious money for both you and your company. Through a… series of easy-to-follow steps and powerful strategies, they show how anyone can create lasting wealth. By focusing on concepts like commitment, intensity, purpose, and even fun, the authors have crafted a totally new - and irresistible - paradigm for unlimited success. 2000.
By John Mauldin. 2004
Financial expert John Mauldin makes his case regarding the future direction of the markets, and details a new approach to… investing that allows adjustment to its new realities. Provides options beyond traditional stock portfolios so investors can learn to choose between the stable and secure investments that will result in profits, even in turbulent markets. 2004.
Based on research with hundreds of retired people, and advice from leading experts, this book will help you to think… through all the opportunities and challenges ahead, so you can enjoy a happy, healthy, financially sound retirement. 2009.
By Will Ferguson. 2009
Ferguson describes his attempt at walking the entire Ulster Way, a 560-mile path that circles Northern Ireland. Along the way,… this grandson of a Belfast orphan uncovers his own hidden family history. There are clues about a lost inheritance, a mysterious photograph, and rumours of a vast estate, but the truth when it comes is both surprising and funny. Winner of the 2010 Stephen Leacock Memorial Medal. c2009.