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Roommate Disaster? How to Avoid It and Find the Perfect Roommate By Rock Wood
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“An eye opener, this book saved me lots of money and time in finding my roommate. Thanks for the chapter written about a pet situation. I highly recommend this book!” - A. Williams,... More > SD “It works! Thanks for your help. The chapters for renting to pet owners are a gem!” - R. Rose, TX When not climbing on roofs or buildings, Rock Wood is a single dad and new author. After many years in the construction and real estate business, Mr. Wood gives the reader his insights in helping to find great roommates and avoid the disaster stories. All too familiar with both the good and bad sides of searching for the near “perfect roommate”, Mr. Wood offers us his wisdom in this new book. If you would like to see more of this book to order either in print or e-book format or other interesting books by new authors, please visit our publisher: http://www.lulu.com/spotlight/uniteddreamspress< Less
Call My Roofer aka Homeowner Armed and Dangerous By Chris Brooke
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This book is more than a How To book. It arms you with the knowledge necessary to make informed decisions regarding every aspect of waterproofing a property as well as the structural aspects to... More > designing and building a residential or commercial building. Things you need to know and how to ask or relate to your architect, builder, home inspector or tradesman. Not just the terminology but how to discern with your eyes whether something existing was done correctly or how to see if it was not!! And ask the right questions. A lot can be lost in the translation from English to construction terms and back. When everyone involved understands the different scenarios in protecting one's property from the elements all are pleased with the results. So whether you are a realtor or buyer or a dreamer I hope you will find this handbook to be invaluable!!!!! My Best Regards....Chris Brooke< Less
Carpentry for Boys By J. S. Zerbe
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Written in simple, easy to understand language, and illustrated with more than 300 detailed drawings, J. S. Zerbe's 1914 classic CARPENTRY FOR BOYS remains to this day the single most comprehensive... More > volume ever published for boys on the subject of good, old fashioned hand tool woodworking. With chapters on tools and their uses, how to grind and sharpen tools, laying out work, using the compass and the square, making joints, building roof trusses, the best woods for beginners, wood turning (complete with instructions for building your own simple turning lathe!), the proper use of stains and much, much more, CARPENTRY FOR BOYS is an invaluable resource for budding carpenters of every age. While written for boys, adults just getting started in the "King of Trades" are sure to find approachable, yet genuinely useful instruction in these pages as well. Includes a glossary of nearly 200 woodworking terms.< Less
Carpentry for Boys By J. S. Zerbe
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Written in simple, easy to understand language, and illustrated with more than 300 detailed drawings, J. S. Zerbe's 1914 classic Carpentry for Boys remains to this day the single most comprehensive... More > volume ever published for boys on the subject of good, old fashioned hand tool woodworking. With chapters on tools and their uses, how to grind and sharpen tools, laying out work, using the compass and the square, making joints, building roof trusses, the best woods for beginners, wood turning (complete with instructions for building your own simple turning lathe!), the proper use of stains and much, much more, Carpentry for Boys is an invaluable resource for budding carpenters of every age. While written for boys, adults just getting started in the "King of Trades" are sure to find approachable, yet genuinely useful instruction in these pages as well. Includes a glossary of nearly 200 woodworking terms.< Less
Carpentry for Boys By J. S. Zerbe
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Written in simple, easy to understand language, and illustrated with more than 300 detailed drawings, J. S. Zerbe's 1914 classic Carpentry for Boys remains to this day the single most comprehensive... More > volume ever published for boys on the subject of good, old fashioned hand tool woodworking. With chapters on tools and their uses, how to grind and sharpen tools, laying out work, using the compass and the square, making joints, building roof trusses, the best woods for beginners, wood turning (complete with instructions for building your own simple turning lathe!), the proper use of stains and much, much more, Carpentry for Boys is an invaluable resource for budding carpenters of every age. While written for boys, adults just getting started in the "King of Trades" are sure to find approachable, yet genuinely useful instruction in these pages as well. Includes a glossary of nearly 200 woodworking terms.< Less
Carpentry for Boys By J. S. Zerbe
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Written in simple, easy to understand language, and illustrated with more than 300 detailed drawings, J. S. Zerbe's 1914 classic CARPENTRY FOR BOYS remains to this day the single most comprehensive... More > volume ever published for boys on the subject of good, old fashioned hand tool woodworking. With chapters on tools and their uses, how to grind and sharpen tools, laying out work, using the compass and the square, making joints, building roof trusses, the best woods for beginners, wood turning (complete with instructions for building your own simple turning lathe!), the proper use of stains and much, much more, CARPENTRY FOR BOYS is an invaluable resource for budding carpenters of every age. While written for boys, adults just getting started in the "King of Trades" are sure to find approachable, yet genuinely useful instruction in these pages as well. Includes a glossary of nearly 200 woodworking terms.< Less
How To Do It!:A Hands-On Introduction to the Essential Woodworking, Electrical and Mechanical Skills Every Handyman, Craftsman and Inventor Needs By J. S. Zerbe
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This lavishly illustrated collection gives clear instructions for "how-to-do" everything from properly using and maintaining tools, to designing, drafting and accomplishing projects on... More > every scale (up to and including building, roofing, wiring and burglar-proofing a house!), to becoming an inventor, and following the step by step process required to carry a new idea all the way from first imaginings to working prototype to patent-protected product ready for the marketplace. Combining three vintage WWI era "How To" guides - Carpentry for Boys, Electricity for Boys, and Practical Mechanics for Boys - HOW TO DO IT! brings practical, hands-on woodworking, electrical and mechanical skills, not just to boys, but to adult would-be handymen (and women!) everywhere. With more than 400 pages of approachable instruction, and over 500 original illustrations, J. S. Zerbe's HOW TO DO IT! is the ultimate "How-To" manual for beginning "do-it-yourselfers" of any age.< Less
How To Do It!:A Hands-On Introduction to the Essential Woodworking, Electrical and Mechanical Skills Every Handyman, Craftsman and Inventor Needs By J. S. Zerbe
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This lavishly illustrated collection gives clear instructions for "how-to-do" everything from properly using and maintaining tools, to designing, drafting and accomplishing projects on... More > every scale (up to and including building, roofing, wiring and burglar-proofing a house!), to becoming an inventor, and following the step by step process required to carry a new idea all the way from first imaginings to working prototype to patent-protected product ready for the marketplace. Combining three vintage WWI era "How To" guides - Carpentry for Boys, Electricity for Boys, and Practical Mechanics for Boys - HOW TO DO IT! brings practical, hands-on woodworking, electrical and mechanical skills, not just to boys, but to adult would-be handymen (and women!) everywhere. With more than 400 pages of approachable instruction, and over 500 original illustrations, J. S. Zerbe's HOW TO DO IT! is the ultimate "How-To" manual for beginning "do-it-yourselfers" of any age.< Less
How To Do It!: A Hands-On Introduction to the Essential Woodworking, Electrical and Mechanical Skills Every Handyman, Craftsman and Inventor Needs By J. S. Zerbe
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This lavishly illustrated collection gives clear instructions for "how-to-do" everything from properly using and maintaining tools, to designing, drafting and accomplishing projects on... More > every scale (up to and including building, roofing, wiring and burglar-proofing a house!), to becoming an inventor, and following the step by step process required to carry a new idea all the way from first imaginings to working prototype to patent-protected product ready for the marketplace. Combining three vintage WWI era "How To" guides - Carpentry for Boys, Electricity for Boys, and Practical Mechanics for Boys - How To Do It! brings practical, hands-on woodworking, electrical and mechanical skills, not just to boys, but to adult would-be handymen (and women!) everywhere. With more than 400 pages of approachable instruction, and over 500 original illustrations, J. S. Zerbe's How To Do It! is the ultimate "How-To" manual for beginning "do-it-yourselfers" of any age.< Less
AHP9: A Ngawa Tibetan Nomad Childhood By Rin chen rdo rje
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"I was born in a pastoral family in the autumn of 1986, in Rongrima Village, Hongyuan County, Ngawa Tibetan and Qiang Autonomous Prefecture, Sichuan Province, PR China. When I was a child, my... More > family lived in a 'four-column' wood house made using four poles placed in a rectangular configuration in the center of the home. Four shorter poles were behind the central columns. Four-pillar wood houses had flat roofs with several compartments, and had a skylight in the center that allowed light into the home and allowed smoke from the hearth to escape. We lived in our wood house from November to April. As flowers began to bud and calves were born, we took out our black yak-hair tent and pitched it, which announced that we would soon start moving to our camp on the open grassland where we would stay through spring, summer, and autumn."< Less