Juvenile Nonfiction

Personal Hygiene? What's that Got to Do with Me?

Author: Pat Crissey

Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers

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Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 94

View: 526

This book is a curriculum for students with autism, AS, learning and developmental disabilities, designed to help them understand how others perceive their appearance and the social implications of neglecting personal hygiene. Simple factual information is accompanied by cartoons that emphasize how others view someone with poor hygiene.
Fiction

Stray Souls

Author: Kate Griffin

Publisher: Hachette UK

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Category: Fiction

Page: 400

View: 514

'Don't look back. It wants you to look back.' London's soul has gone missing. Lost? Kidnapped? Murdered? Nobody knows - but when Sharon Li unexpectedly discovers she's a shaman, she is immediately called upon to use her newfound powers of oneness with the City to rescue it from a slow but inevitable demise. The problem is, while everyone expects Sharon to have all the answers - from the Midnight Mayor to Sharon's magically-challenged self-help group - she doesn't have a clue where to start. But with London's soul missing and the Gate open, there are creatures loose that won't wait for her to catch up before they go hunting. STRAY SOULS is the first novel in the Magicals Anonymous series, set in the same fantastical London as the Matthew Swift novels.
Fiction

Dirty Little Secrets

Author: L.A. Lewis

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN:

Category: Fiction

Page: 240

View: 293

What happens when life as you know it gets a little dirty? Schoolteacher Holly James is living the life most women only dream about-until her husband reveals a secret that turns her world upside down. In an effort to cope, Holly decides to get away from it all and winds up creating a few secrets of her own. Trying to be the perfect wife ultimately takes its toll on Holly, and she finds herself engaged in the fight of her life-to save not only her marriage but to find herself. Can she survive life after the pain, or will her dirty little secrets come back to haunt her?
Biography & Autobiography

Cheating Death, Stealing Life

Author: Eddie Guerrero

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

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Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 345

View: 406

Wrestling superstar Eddie Guerrero describes his youth in Mexico, his rise in the world of professional wrestling, his battle with drug addiction, the car accident that nearly ended his life, and his successful return to the ring.
Body, Mind & Spirit

Light Emerging

Author: Barbara Ann Brennan

Publisher: Bantam

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Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 352

View: 225

Barbara Ann Brennan continues her ground-breaking exploration of the human energy field, or aura—the source of our experience of health or illness. Drawing on many new developments in her teaching and practice, she shows how we can be empowered as both patients and healers to understand and work with our most fundamental healing power: the light that emerges from the very center of our humanity. In a unique approach that encourages a cooperative effort among healer, patient, and other health-care providers, Light Emerging explains what the healer perceives visually, audibly, and kinesthetically and how each of us can participate in every stage of the healing process. Presenting a fascinating range of research, from a paradigm of healing based on the science of holography to insights into the "hara level" and the "core star," Light Emerging is at the leading edge of healing practice in our time.
Law

Is It Safe to Eat Out?

Author:

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN:

Category: Law

Page: 370

View: 936

There are over 76 million cases of food poisoning a year with 315,000 hospitalizations and over 9 thousand deaths! Food poisoning is a worse public health hazard than toxic waste!
Social Science

Grandmothers at Work

Author: Madonna Harrington Meyer

Publisher: NYU Press

ISBN:

Category: Social Science

Page: 293

View: 457

Winner of the 2014 Richard Kalish Innovative Publication Award presented by the Gerontological Society of America Young working mothers are not the only ones who are struggling to balance family life and careers. Many middle-aged American women face this dilemma as they provide routine childcare for their grandchildren while pursuing careers and trying to make ends meet. Employment among middle-aged women is at an all-time high. In the same way that women who reduce employment hours when raising their young children experience reductions in salary, savings, and public and private pensions, the mothers of those same women, as grandmothers, are rearranging hours to take care of their grandchildren, experiencing additional loss of salary and reduced old age pension accumulation. Madonna Harrington Meyer’s Grandmothers at Work, based primarily on 48 in-depth interviews conducted in 2009-2012 with grandmothers who juggle working and minding their grandchildren, explores the strategies of, and impacts on, working grandmothers. While all of the grandmothers in Harrington Meyer’s book are pleased to spend time with their grandchildren, many are readjusting work schedules, using vacation and sick leave time, gutting retirement accounts, and postponing retirement to care for grandchildren. Some simply want to do this; others do it in part because they have more security and flexibility on the job than their daughters do at their relatively new jobs. Many are sequential grandmothers, caring for one grandchild after the other as they are born, in very intensive forms of grandmothering. Some also report that they are putting off retirement out of economic necessity, in part due to the amount of financial help they are providing their grandchildren. Finally, some are also caring for their frail older parents or ailing spouses just as intensively. Most expect to continue feeling the pinch of paid and unpaid work for many years before their retirement. Grandmothers at Work provides a unique perspective on a phenomenon faced by millions of women in America today.
Medical

Debates in personalisation

Author: Needham, Catherine

Publisher: Policy Press

ISBN:

Category: Medical

Page: 232

View: 282

This unique book brings together, for the first time, advocates and critics of the personalisation agenda in English social care services to debate key issues relating to personalisation. Perspectives from practitioners, service users and academics come together to give an account of the practicalities and controversies associated with the implementation of personalised approaches. The conclusion examines how to make sense of the divergent accounts presented, asking if there is a value-based approach to person-centred care that all sides share. Written in a lively and accessible way, practitioners and academics in health and social care, social work, public policy and social policy will appreciate the interplay of rival arguments and the way that ambiguities in the care debate play out as policy ideas take programmatic form.
Fiction

As Long as the Blue Canary Sings

Author: H. Valencia

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN:

Category: Fiction

Page: 245

View: 733

In As Long as the Blue Canary Sings was inspired by a true story. "Sheldon" takes the lessons he learned, as an accomplished chess player, and applies them to the various complexities of his life. As he reasserts himself into the world he is forced to examine his core beliefs. With both insight and candor "Sheldon" shares his decision-making processes as he interacts with interesting people and deals with situations that are sometimes sensible and sometimes absurd.