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  • Guide Book
    723 words
    Book ends Have Toddler Will Travel This may be a natural progression from Sarah Tucker's previous book, Have Baby Will Travel, but it is at least 10 times better, probably because the author spent a year travelling round Britain interviewing families about their experiences rather than writing up her own. The result is a thoroughly researched book, bulging with information and tips, covering every section of the holiday market from camping to cruising, with chapters on popular child-friendly des...
  • Book Abolitionist Abroad
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    The book Abolitionist Abroad: American Blacks and the Making of Modern West Africa, by Lamin Sanneh, focuses on the attempts of freed slaves to build a new society in West Africa based on the ideas of antislavery and anti-structure. Sanneh explains how the abolitionist movement affected not only the United States but also Europe and Africa. He goes into detail about the role that certain Africans had in the anti-slavery crusade. There are many negative attributes of this book, but in all the bad...
  • Information To The President
    481 words
    Tom Clancy's Op-Center Divide and Conquer The nation is about to be in another Middle East war, but they don't know it yet, even the president doesn't know it. Will Paul Hood inform the president with the correct information in time? Will war break out in Azerbaijan? In this political thriller you really don't know what is going on right up until the end. Paul Hood is the main character; he is the head of Op-Center, the United States division that deals with information sharing with Allis countr...
  • Only Bad Point Of The Book
    666 words
    Drinker, Catherine Bowen. Miracle at Philadelphia: The Constitutional Congress. New York: Book-Of-The-Month Club, Inc., 1986 Catherine Drinker Bowen is the author of many historical, non-fiction, in-depth looks at different events and the personalities and tribulations that forged them. She has written a total of more than 30 books on the United States and its beginnings. Mrs. Bowen has an education in American literature and is a major in literature. She has experience in the field by writing s...
  • Democratic Republic
    466 words
    Maurice Agulhon. The Republican Experiment, 1848-1852. London and New York: Cambridge University Press. 1983. Pp 195. This books main objective was to describe how France was in the process of becoming a democratic Republic. The book gave a full evolution and fulfillment that France made by the first four years of its first trial run at becoming a democratic Republic. The book gave in detail from start to finish how France finally prevailed during the 18707's. The Republic was reborn when the Se...
  • Your Own Home With Your Own Books
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    Many people don't realize the potential of books. It is a highly emotional even when a serious book collector takes a well bound book of favorite content into his or her hands; it is as though they are holding and cherishing an invaluable and exquisite piece of art. Books have been an issue of many of religions and even militant factions and yet, they remain today providing us with places to go, an escape from reality, and higher knowledge. First and foremost, books are free voyages to anywhere ...
  • Town Of El Dorado Springs
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    The Town of El Dorado Springs Picking research projects, sometimes for me, is an agonizing problem that eventually turns into an enlightening experience; what was to be my American Humanities research project was just such an experience. I had preliminarily thought I'd look into cultural myths. While researching myths, Iran across El Dorado Springs, MO., under the category of geographical myths, in the library computer. I thought how interesting while also wondering why. The book listed had been...
  • Book Inside The Brain
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    A critique of the book: Inside The Brain The first thing that must be said for the book Inside The Brain, is that it made for very easy reading. Even though the book concerns itself with some topics that, easily, can be confusing due to their technical or medical nature, the text flows easily. The book was written to be read, not to be a reference or textbook. The content of this well written book was also first rate. The sources quoted in the book were quite impressive, and the research that we...
  • Every Thing About Don Mattingly
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    Don Mattingly was a very hard person to write a book about. The main reason was that it was so hard to find really good information about Don is because there are no books on him. The only real good source I had was the Internet, but that ended up being a good thing, because the Internet ended up being a great source. It wasn t as easy as you might think it is to decide. The first thing I did was find all the information that I could find, and I found a lot. I found information about his childho...
  • Powers's Attention To Detail And Insightful Facts
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    The book Faces Along the Bar by Madelon Powers is a documentary that illustrates life in the saloon between the years of 1870 and 1920. From the camaraderie of fellow saloon-goers to the politics of the average barroom; Powers covers, in great detail, the inner workings of saloons and clubs during this time period. She relates tales of early bar-goers and the rules of conduct of the barroom itself. While the book is extremely informative, it also becomes redundant at times. Powers spends almost ...
  • Chris McCandless
    820 words
    There are some works of literature, fiction and non-fiction, drama and films that expose distressing truth to their readers. Sometimes the responses to these shocking truths aren't always positive ones. The American society is not accustomed to accept the realities that happen behind the doors of the companies that keep the country running. That is not the only reason though. It's not just that we don't like hearing negative truths about the country, but hearing it about ourselves as well. One c...
  • Real Boys Read Books
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    WIDE READING PROGRAM Real Boys Read Books is simply about reading. Reading for pleasure, reading regularly, reading different authors, styles, genres, reading bigger and better books. Real Boys Read Books is basically a motivational campaign requiring enthusiasm from teachers, students and parents, and incentives to read more and more. The main aim of the wide reading programme is to enhance and enrich you reading by: . acknowledging your own interests in reading; . encouraging you to read widel...
  • Rodriguez's Reading Of The Professor's Books
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    Rodriguez verses Freire In Rodriguez's essay, The Achievement of Desire, Rodriguez illustrates the characteristics of an automaton, thus confirming Freire's views regarding the banking concept. Despite his classification as a "scholarship boy', Rodriguez lacked his own point of view and confidence, which led him to be dominated by his teachers and his books. In the eyes of Paulo Freie, Rodriguez would be considered a receptacle. He was filled not only with his teacher's information, but also wit...

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