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The Music of the 4 Seasons Featuring Frankie Valli By Robert Reynolds
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The 4 Seasons & Frankie Valli, rank among the top American vocal acts of all time. Collectively, they amassed seven #1 hits, 18 Top Ten, and an incredible 61 singles in the Hot 100. They also... More > placed 32 LPS on the top albums charts. Their hit making years spanned more than a half-century. Their hits include: Sherry, Big Girls Don’t Cry, Walk Like a Man, Rag Doll, Working My Way Back to You, Can’t Take My Eyes Off of You, My Eyes Adored You, December, 1963 (Oh, What a Night), Grease… Their stardom was no overnight success, as they struggled through lean years and recorded many flops while searching for that elusive hit record. The rag-to-riches story has been told via an award-winning Broadway musical & a Clint Eastwood produced motion picture. Learn about the hits, misses, obscure album tracks and B-sides as they sang their way from delinquents to esteemed members of the R&R Hall of Fame. The book examines the music they made famous and tells of all the glorious years that passed between.< Less
Relationship Wreck-The Series By D.D. Penn
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Relationship Wreck is the first book in a relationship series. Because we all tire of the same, bad relationships; I thought it necessary to share some things I learned along my personal path with... More > relationships. Once I learned that and other ‘lationtips’, as I call them; I grew more open to other ways I, myself may have not been allowing true fulfilling relationships in my own life. Here I give not only personal experiences, but also ways I could’ve done things differently—and that is what is sometimes missing; a different way of getting things accomplished. I discuss and dissect those relationships and scenarios that are taboo; such as the dead beat dad who has a daughter that wants to be a part of his life but doesn’t know how. And because peace is not without disagreement; I’ve learned and I share how healthy confrontation will not only build better relationships but also, build a self esteem that can’t be bought with perfect relationships.< Less
Relationship Wreck-The Series By D.D. Penn
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Relationship Wreck is the first book in a relationship series. Because we all tire of the same, bad relationships; I thought it necessary to share some things I learned along my personal path with... More > relationships. Once I learned that and other ‘lationtips’, as I call them; I grew more open to other ways I, myself may have not been allowing true fulfilling relationships in my own life. Here I give not only personal experiences, but also ways I could’ve done things differently—and that is what is sometimes missing; a different way of getting things accomplished. I discuss and dissect those relationships and scenarios that are taboo; such as the dead beat dad who has a daughter that wants to be a part of his life but doesn’t know how. And because peace is not without disagreement; I’ve learned and I share how healthy confrontation will not only build better relationships but also, build a self esteem that can’t be bought with perfect relationships.< Less
Stop Crying During Divorce By Julian C. Arhire
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Ever Wondered How Your Life Will Look After Divorcing? Here Are Some Valuable Information On How To Improve Your Post-Divorce Life.Ending a marriage is the end of everything: the idealism of love,... More > family, commitment, and true friendship. It finishes off the dreams of a future together. Life is short and the opportunity to be happy or fulfilled or valued by yourself is essential to living a happy life. Everything you need to know to rebuild your life after divorce is included in this special report: - How to Stop Crying During Divorce - How to Handle Friends - Rebuilding your Self-Esteem - Finding New Hobbies - Your New Relationship with your Ex - How to Move on with your Life - Getting Past What you Hear - How to Deal with Money Issues - Dealing with Child Support Issues - Keeping the House? - How to Move on Emotionally - Finding a New Relationship - How to Rebuild your Credit - How to Rebuild your Life with your Children - Counseling - Holidays and Divorce - Your Family and Divorce< Less
Milton Side; From North to South Series - Book One By Ronda Wicks Eller
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Sometimes getting to the altar is harder than you think. This is the experience of John Thornton and Margaret Hale, who have reconciled their love and anticipate their forthcoming marriage but find... More > family members attempting to execute other ideas. They aim to hobble John by serving public humiliation on multiple levels, blindsiding them while requiring others to claim their alliances. If the connivers succeed, John's self and social image + fifteen years of achieving esteem as a Milton manufacturer among the middling class will come crashing down; every encumbrance John and Margaret conquered, when coming to terms with the depth of their love, will be for naught. If you ever wondered where your next life challenge was coming from or why you were being hit with so many, so fast, you'll understand the angst in their rapidly evolving paradigm & revel in each triumph as love's tenacity is under trial. Will they make it to their wedding? Every alteration is a baby step and giant leap in one direction or the other!< Less
If [bad] weren't too By Joseph Russell, Jr.
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She wore black denim jeans and like the fabric of my life I was attracted to her smile. I could only dream of knocking boots and for the second time around I felt better for it. I pushed right up... More > to sin and she was much older. I admired her tone. She spoke easy and I asked if she were an Officer. Not wiser than 40 I laughed with her Party. She ran with a group on Twitter. If you every find love won’t you call. In 1991 I saw her alone. She was attracted to me an profoundly loosed again by my soul. I think actually after becoming adult the Churches reward is Matrimony and harmony. I'm disciplined. I am even assured my personal relationship whether I merry or laugh with me. Like a public personality; I have willfully decided to Departmentalize my faith. The Lord calls me up against my esteem by rewarding me for my faith bearing confidence.< Less
Writing American Cultures By Sam Schrager
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In Writing American Cultures, students at The Evergreen State College have crafted essays containing vital ethnographic insights about their communities. Ataya Cesspooch uses videos to explore how... More > Native people build community online. Linna Teng studies the impact of skin color on women’s self-esteem in her Cambodian American community. Auricia Guardado turns up startling revelations about her family’s past in El Salvador and Honduras. Jack Sukimoto traces cultural change in his Los Angeles Japanese American community. Olivier Matthon documents life and labor among transitory wild mushroom pickers. Meredith Hobrla looks at the freewheeling lifestyle of “dirtbag” rock climbers. Kyle Sullivan-Jones examines family and school support for autistic youth. Melanie Curran depicts her sensory experiences with New Orleans vernacular architecture. An introduction by Sam Schrager, folklorist and Evergreen faculty, argues for the untapped potential of ethnography in liberal arts education.< Less
Student Capital Investing in Kids and their Needs By Dr. Virginia Krolczyk
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Through the years I noticed as curriculum requirements increased student’s knowledge base decreased. I couldn’t help but wonder how this could be, so I started inquiring. I did not... More > explore the margins of my inquisitiveness though those implementing the rigor, rather, I probed those on the receiving end; the students. That is to say the output and rationale behind it was more important to me than input. The implication of poor educational curriculum has yielded profound disconnects which negatively impact young adults and adults alike. Student’s all over the country are suffering unnecessarily and do not need to. Student Capital addresses emotional intelligence, teacher abuse, excessive testing in schools, lack of career guidance, need for skilled trades, role technology plays, role parents play, increase in low self-esteem, why so many teens are abusing substances, abilities lacking post high school, and finally draws a connection to student struggles in higher education and society.< Less
TALKING GOD’S HOUSE PET By Susan Fadler
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R.U.F.F. is an acronym that stands for Reservations' Unwanted Four-Footed Friends and started by Susan Fadler in the early 1990s. Organized for establishing homes for the unwanted and neglected... More > animals on the Navajo Reservation, Susan began taking rescued animals into classrooms to help teach the children about animal behavior, care and health. She soon found out that using an animal helped extrapolate expressions of emotions which would otherwise be harbored or unexpressed by the child. It also incorporated self-esteem where all else had failed. Using a natural catalyst, puppies and kittens, to teach responsible behavior proved to be extremely effective. Teachers began requesting materials to help teach history, geography, culture, and language. The Wilson Foundation was instrumental in providing the necessary funding to get Susan's curriculum written. It was nominated by teachers and administrators in 1996 and went on to win the 1st place Golden Bell award from the ASBA as a best new curriculum that year.< Less
Animals Have Feelings Too! By Susan Fadler
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R.U.F.F. is an acronym that stands for Reservations' Unwanted Four-Footed Friends started by Susan Fadler in the early 1990s. Organized for establishing homes for the unwanted and neglected animals... More > on the Navajo Reservation, Susan began taking rescued animals into classrooms to help teach the children about animal behavior, care and health. She soon found out that using an animal helped extrapolate expressions of emotions which would otherwise be harbored or unexpressed by the child. It also incorporated self-esteem where all else had failed. Using a natural catalyst, puppies and kittens, to teach responsible behavior proved to be extremely effective. Teachers began requesting materials to help teach history, geography, culture, and language. The Wilson Foundation was instrumental in providing the necessary funding to get Susan's curriculum written. It was nominated by teachers and administrators in 1996 and went on to win the 1st place Golden Bell award from the ASBA as a best new curriculum that year.< Less

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Referral Mastery Referral Mastery By Joe Stumpf
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