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by Paul Jepson
At a time of unparalleled environmental change, there has never been a greater need for new ways of defending nature. In this forward-thinking work, Paul Jepson and Richard Ladle cover all aspects of modern conservation to provide a fascinatingAudio Book
One of the most influential books in the history of Western thought, The Consolation of Philosophy was written in a prison cell by a condemned man. Anicius Manlius Severinus Boethius (c. 480-524) was a Roman scholar, theologian, philosopher, and
The Complete Dossier
by Brad Steiger
<p>This new edition collects and celebrates the thousands of world-moving people and hard-to-find facts and <span style="line-height: 1.45em;">accomplishments that have helped shape society and culture. It recognizes and honors both ...
by Brooks Karen
<i>Consuming Innocence- Popular Culture and Our Children</i> is an engaging and thought-provoking look at the effects of popular culture on children, parenting and family life. It is down to earth, confronting and accessible without sacrificing ...
by Carolyn A. Day
During the late 18th and early 19th centuries, there was a tubercular 'moment' in which perceptions of the consumptive disease became inextricably tied to contemporary concepts of beauty, playing out in the clothing fashions of the day. With the
by Franklin W. Knight
by Daniel Black
An Introduction through Original Fiction, Discussion, and Readings
by Thomas D. Davis
<p><i>Contemporary Moral and Social Issues</i> is a uniquely entertaining introduction that brings ethical thought to life. It makes innovative use of engaging, topically oriented original short fiction, together with classic and influential ...
by Stuart Price
by Jane M. Gaines & Alan Trachtenberg
by Clifford M. Kuhn
by Rebecca Sharpless
by KATE CORKERY
As the home of the famous Blarney Stone it is perhaps not surprising that the stories of County Cork could fill many libraries. Among its vast archive of myth and legend are tales of the Goddess Cliona, The Hag of Beara and the Giant Mac Mahon ...
by RICHARD M BUCKE
Acclaimed by William James as ""an addition to psychology of first-rate importance,"" this pioneering work constitutes a classic modern study of the mystical experience. Author Richard Maurice Bucke, a distinguished progressive psychiatrist, ...
by Robert E Snyder
An Australian Indigenous Homeland
by Deborah Bird Rose
<i>Country of the Heart</i> provides an introduction to the connections between Aboriginal people and the land that has sustained and nurtured them for generations. Through the wonderful photographic images and the stories of the MakMak clan ...
by Tom Keneally
One of the central moral issues of our time is the question of asylum seekers, arguably the most controversial subject in Australia today. In this landmark anthology, twenty-seven of Australia's finest writers have focused their intelligence and
by ADAM BUSHNELL
An enchanting collection of folk tales retold by a professional storyteller. Storyteller Adam Bushnell brings together stories from the rugged coastlines, limestone cliffs, remote moorland, pastoral dales and settled coalfields of County ...
Your Best Years Ever Reimagined
by Dr. Ken Druck
The guide to embracing life at every age, readers are freed from limiting beliefs and given solid strategies for coming to terms with some of life?s most difficult age-related and non-age-related forms of adversity. ...
The Woman's Guide to Being Heard and Valued in the Workplace
by Michael Johnson
Wouldn't it be nice to have a decoder ring to understand how men think? "Cracking The Boy's Club Code" gives you creative strategies for winning respect from male coworkers and getting the outcomes you want. In a unique, engaging style ...