Books On Grief
A David and Goliath story, On The Books is the first-hand comic strip account of the labor struggle at NYC?s legendary Strand bookstore in the summer of 2012. Told by Greg Farrellan employee of the store who interviewed numerous other members of the staffthe book examines the motives and actions of those involved, including the store, the staff,...
Publisher : Microcosm Publishing
published : 2014
Whether you're looking for fun party food or sophisticated canapes, this fabulous collection of more than 30 recipes will have you planning your get-together in no time! Party On has an array of appetizers and finger foods. From Mini Crab Cakes to Thai Chicken Balls, Beef Skewers to Sushi Cones, this little book has it all!. Available from the...
Publisher : Allen & Unwin
published : 2003
Shortly before her death in 2004, Elisabeth Kübler-Ross and David Kessler, her collaborator, completed the manuscript for this, her final book. On Grief and Grieving is a fitting completion to her work. Thirty-six years and sixteen books ago, Kübler-Ross's groundbreaking On Death and Dying changed the way we talk about the end of life. Now On...
Publisher : Scribner
published : 2005
The Book on Management is a step-by-step description of what management really is and what it is not. This book describes in detail the processes of hiring the best employees, building and empowering teams, and creating an ideal environment and organizational structure where employees can achieve personal fulfillment. With real-world examples and applications,...
Publisher : Haworth Press
published : 2004
When George W. Bush became president in January 2001, he took office with a comfortably familiar surname, bipartisan rhetoric, and the promise of calming a public shaken by the convulsions of impeachment and a contested election. Then nine months later, after the tragedy of 9/11, both the country and the world looked to him for leadership that could...
Publisher : Penguin Publishing Group
published : 2004
In The Book, Alan Watts provides us with a much-needed answer to the problem of personal identity, distilling and adapting the Hindu philosophy of Vedanta. At the root of human conflict is our fundamental misunderstanding of who we are. The illusion that we are isolated beings, unconnected to the rest of the universe, has led us to view the ?outside?...
Publisher : Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group
published : 2011
The bounteous pleasures of married life have been endured by stoical, ingenious men and women for millennia. 'How to be Happy Though Married' is a compendium of their hard-won wisdom, offering advice for any conceivable conjugal conundrum, from the potential of a wife to wander (you might consider stealing her shoes, a la the Ancient Greeks) to the...
Publisher : Bloomsbury Publishing
published : 2013
The free market makes the world go around. Maybe it’s time we all tried to understand it a little better. Luckily Eamonn Butler is the ideal teacher to get us all up to speed. Markets are everywhere. But how many of us understand how they work, and why? What does a ‘free market’ really mean? Do free markets actually exist? Should...
Publisher : Wiley
published : 2009