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Joe the Hotel Boy; Or, Winning out by Pluck By Horatio Alger
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Horatio Alger Jr. (/ˈældʒər/; January 13,... More > 1832 – July 18, 1899) was a prolific 19th-century American author, best known for his many young-adult fiction novels about impoverished boys and their rise from humble backgrounds to lives of middle-class security and comfort through hard work, determination, courage, and honesty. His writings were characterized by the "rags to riches" narrative, which had a formative effect on America during the Gilded Age.Essentially, all of Alger's juvenile novels share the same theme, known as the "Horatio Alger myth": a teenage boy works hard to escape poverty. Often though, it is not the hard work itself that rescues the boy from his fate, but rather some extraordinary act of bravery or honesty. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Horatio_Alger< Less
60 Person From poverty to great wealth. The Plans, Strategies and the way of success in money world By Abdulrahman Salim
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I can say that this book is the beginning of understanding the best investment strategies for the largest companies and businessmen in the world. This book contains dozens of plans, strategies and... More > examples of the success of the world's largest business. It is also a summary of the most important books in this field, such as the richest man in Babylon, and the strategy of the Blue Ocean, Think and Grow Rich and Rich Dad Poor Dad .By tracing the biography of business men who have started their own business and succeeded because of these strategies.60 personalities in various fields such as oil, energy, food, industry, technology, hotels, Apparel/Footwear Retail, Computer & Electronics Retail, Discount Stores, etc. Every person has his ideas, his way of thinking and his strategy for success, and we can learn a lot from them.< Less
Captureland By C J Moore
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Matt witnesses a murder in London and is forced to flee to the Caribbean to save his own life. Captureland tells the dramatic story of his escape and how he comes to take refuge among new friends in... More > the poverty-ridden ghetto where they live. Sharing their daily hardships and trials, he learns to survive in the violent gang-dominated streets of the squatter community known as Captureland. And among his friends he thinks himself safe — until the past returns to threaten him again.~~~~~ C J Moore is writer, poet, translator and editor of both adult and children's books. He has degrees in languages and linguistics from the universities of Oxford and Edinburgh. He spends his time between Spain, Switzerland and Scotland.< Less
Captureland By C J Moore
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Matt witnesses a murder in London and is forced to flee to the Caribbean to save his own life. Captureland tells the dramatic story of his escape and how he comes to take refuge among his black... More > friends in the poverty-ridden ghetto where they live. Sharing their daily hardships and trials, he learns to survive in the violent gang-dominated streets of the township. And among his friends he thinks himself safe — until the past returns to threaten him again.~~~~ C J Moore is writer, poet, translator and editor of both adult and children's books. He has degrees in languages and linguistics from the universities of Oxford and Edinburgh. He spends his time between Spain, Switzerland and Scotland.< Less
Missio Dei --Part 1 By Red Jordan Arobateau
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The continuing autobiography of an older man living in San Francisco. He is an artist, writer; his struggles with poverty. His spiritual seeking. His transsexual community. The old man delights in... More > his parrots & cat & a few friends.< Less
Missio Dei --Part 1 By Red Jordan Arobateau
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The continuing autobiography of an older man living in San Francisco. He is an artist, writer; his struggles with poverty. His spiritual seeking. His transsexual community. The old man delights in... More > his parrots & cat & a few friends.< Less
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Cornflowers, Red Moon, and the Enemy Came Soon By Johanna A. Clark
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Johanna Anna Möckel Clark, was born Feb. 1, 1941 It was not the best time to come into this world. Her father had been conscripted to leave for a war from which he would have never returned. The... More > front lines swept back and forth across their small village during nearly five years of warfare. She was the eighth child within a scant ten years, all born at home. Two died in infancy. Living on a farm was hard with the world in turmoil. Many times they might not have survived. When peace finally came they escaped Communism and were sent to the northern part of West Germany. At age six, Johanna began a new life, although one of near-poverty and privation. Another forced move when she was 14 placed the family in central Germany, where she learned the hotel business and met the lady who would give her the opportunity that would transform her life.< Less
Cornflowers, Red Moon, and the Enemy Came Soon By Johanna A. Clark
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Johanna Anna Möckel Clark, was born Feb. 1, 1941 It was not the best time to come into this world. Her father had been conscripted to leave for a war from which he would have never returned. The... More > front lines swept back and forth across their small village during nearly five years of warfare. She was the eighth child within a scant ten years, all born at home. Two died in infancy. Living on a farm was hard with the world in turmoil. Many times they might not have survived. When peace finally came they escaped Communism and were sent to the northern part of West Germany. At age six, Johanna began a new life, although one of near-poverty and privation. Another forced move when she was 14 placed the family in central Germany, where she learned the hotel business and met the lady who would give her the opportunity that would transform her life.< Less
Cornflowers, Red Moon, and the Enemy Came Soon By Johanna A. Clark
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Johanna Anna Möckel Clark, was born Feb. 1, 1941 It was not the best time to come into this world. Her father had been conscripted to leave for a war from which he would have never returned. The... More > front lines swept back and forth across their small village during nearly five years of warfare. She was the eighth child within a scant ten years, all born at home. Two died in infancy. Living on a farm was hard with the world in turmoil. Many times they might not have survived. When peace finally came they escaped Communism and were sent to the northern part of West Germany. At age six, Johanna began a new life, although one of near-poverty and privation. Another forced move when she was 14 placed the family in central Germany, where she learned the hotel business and met the lady who would give her the opportunity that would transform her life.< Less

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