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Skin Deep

Skin Deep

by Gavin Evans
400 Pages · 2019 · 3 MB · 7 Downloads · New!
" Happiness doesn't result from what we get, but from what we give. ” ― Ben Carson
Long Live the Tribe of Fatherless Girls
by T Kira Madden
336 Pages · 2019 · 3  MB · 3,198 Downloads · New!
Long Live the Tribe of Fatherless Girls is the biography, demographic studies, memoir and bereavement book which tells the story of a woman who suffered from addiction in teenage. T Kira Madden is the author of this tremendous book. She is an amateur magician, photographer, and APIA writer. Madden is also the founding editor-in-chief in non-profit organization. She was just ten years old when her father died in an accident. Madden missed her father but her mother took her responsibility. The situation becomes worse for Madden when she befriended by bad guys.
First, They Erased Our Name
by Habiburahman, Sophie Ansel
256 Pages · 2019 · 1 MB · 25 Downloads · New!
First, They Erased Our Name is the memoir, human rights and ethnic demographic book which tells how the government of Burma is violating human rights. Habiburahman and Sophie Ansel are the authors of this impressive book. Habiburahman born and raised in a small village of western Burma. He was a Muslim and Muslims are consider inferiors in Burma. The government of Burma was not polite with the Muslim community and they often irritate with the complicated rules. Habiburahman was thirteen years old in 1982 when the dictatorship of Burma takes the citizenship of Habiburahman and millions of other Muslims. They are stateless and all of them have to leave Burma as soon as possible. Habiburahman’s family left everything which they have and moving towards the boarders with hope to settle down in Asia. Unfortunately, they got no luck and it’s been an endless journey for Habiburahman to settle. He spends three years in jail while moving to Europe and still he did not does anything for his people. Now after three decades, Burma’s government once again asked the Muslims to leave the country in 2016, when 70,000 Muslims left the country and cross the Bangladesh border. This is a well-written and describes a book about the struggles of the Muslim community in Burma.
The Boy Who Loved Too Much
by Jennifer Latson
304 Pages · 2018 · 2  MB · 11 Downloads · New!
The Boy Who Loved Too Much is the parenting, demographic studies, disable people and biography book which shares the story of the young kid. Jennifer Latson is the author of this superb book. Jennifer is the psychiatrist who takes the children cases. She is very passionate about her job and Jennifer will do anything for her clients. The whole book covers the events of Eli D’Angelo who is twelve-year old boy studying in the sixth grade. Eli is good in studies but he has several mental issues to deal with. Jennifer spend three years while dealing with Eli and she is emotionally attached to him. Eli is suffering from a disorder that forced him to make friends. He starts conversation with a boy who sits next to him. The only thing that Eli cares about is to make connections. Gayle is her mother and she is very corporative in all these years. She has to make a decision either to protect Eli from the rest of the world or train him to face the world on his own. Gayle also worried that her son may find a good friend in his life.
Stuffocation
by James Wallman
320 Pages · 2015 · 1.1 MB · 13 Downloads · New!
The “Stuffocation: Why We’ve Had Enough of Stuff and Need Experience More Than Ever” is an important book that tells about the world’s growing sense of Stuffocation.James Wallman is the author of this blockbusting book. James Wallman is a trend forecaster, speaker and journalist. He has an MA in classic from Oxford University and an MA in journalism from the University of the Arts London. James says Suffocation is one of the most important problems in all over the world. We have extra stuff than we could never need and its making stressed. James Wallman promotes the idea that we need to spend our money on experiences instead of physical items unless those physical items are required for experience. For example, climbing equipment, fishing poles, golf clubs, etc.
The Human Network
by Matthew O. Jackson
352 Pages · 2015 · 13.1 MB · 27 Downloads · New!
“The Human Network: How Your Social Position Determines Your Power, Beliefs, and Behaviors” is a successful book that describes who has power and influence. The author of this amazing book is Matthew O. Jackson. Jackson is the professor of Economics at Stanford University and a senior fellow of the Canadian Institute for Advanced Research. Matthew O. Jackson has been researching social and economic networks for more than twenty-five years. He is also the member of the National Academy of Science, a fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, the Economic Society and the Game Theory Society. In The Human Network, Jackson says, everyone has friends and some people have the impression that others have more friends. The social structures of life determine who has power and influence.
The Crowd
by Gustave Le Bon
160 Pages · 2015 · 1 MB · 15 Downloads · New!
“The Crowd: A Study of the Popular Mind” is an amazing book that reveals students history. Gustave Le Bon is the author of this wonderful book. Gustave Le Bon was a French polymath whose areas of interest included psychology, sociology, and anthropology, medicine invention and physics. In the 1890s, he turned to psychology and sociology, in which he released his most successful works. Le Bon provides an entertaining analysis of the characteristics of crowds. His main thesis is that crowds become entities that exceed any of the individual members and essentially take on a life of their own. The author also provides convincing details about the types of people that rise to govern and lead crowds. It provides such a spot-on depiction of what would come to be with Hitler and Germany during WWII. That terrible fact of history makes the book worth reading and it engages all the reader from start to end of the page. Furthermore, this book had a profound impact on twentieth-century masters of crowd control like Hitler and Mussolini. To sum it up, The Crowd is a must-read book for students of history, law, sociology, and psychology.

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