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Living With Multiple Sclerosis By Thomas Golladay
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Living with Multiple Sclerosis is a true story about a man who was diagnosed at age 37 with Multiple Sclerosis. A family man living with the many changes and conditions of this devastating disease.... More > This true story takes you through all of the highs and lows of living with Multiple Sclerosis. This is my story. I have been living in a nursing home in central Illinois since 1999. Thank you for taking time to read my book. I hope it will help you in some way.< Less
MAGIC MATHEMATICS, TIMES TABLES AND MULTIPLICATION By Maria Skrebtsova, Alexandra Lopatina
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KINDNESS IN MATHS. MATHS is NOT boring ANYMORE! TIMES TABLES AND MULTIPLICATION, the third in this series is delightful resource for parents and teachers and contains stories, poems, games and... More > creative tasks on the theme of maths. The workbook helps children to acquire knowledge on the value of magical, logical and harmonious world of maths. This teacher/parents resource is aimed at 6-9 year olds and may be used in both a classroom or classroom or home educational setting.< Less
Multiple Sclerosis: The Many Faces of the Disease By Kathy Logsdon
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Multiple Sclerosis: The Many Faces of the Disease is about my aunt’s battle with Multiple Sclerosis. I interviewed her prior to her death and interviewed my grandmother after her death. Her... More > story is comprised of these interviews and observations I made during my aunt Suzanne’s life. Chapter 2 is a case study of Suzanne. However, the book also includes basic information about MS including disease categories, treatments, potential Causes of MS, and drugs & therapies. Whenever possible, Suzanne’s experience is incorporated into the other chapters to show the human side of the disease and how the information correlates in real life. The goal of this story is to show MS from a humanistic perspective and to help others suffering from this disease.< Less
Sad knights and magical days: A story about counseling children By Peter Miles, Patrick O'Brien
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This is a book that explains the counselling act. It draws on the authors 20 years of counselling experience telling the story in a narrative set in a castle in days gone by. The counsellor is a... More > wizard who is seeking to find a theoretical explanation for the success he is finding in working with knights who can no longer go to battle< Less
Sad knights and magical days: A story about counseling children By Peter Miles, Patrick O'Brien
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This is a book that explains the counselling act. It draws on the authors 20 years of counselling experience telling the story in a narrative set in a castle in days gone by. The counsellor is a... More > wizard who is seeking to find a theoretical explanation for the success he is finding in working with knights who can no longer go to battle< Less
All About Truman Capote By Sunita Publications
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Capote rose above a childhood troubled by divorce, a long absence from his mother and multiple migrations. He had discovered his calling as a writer by the age of 11, and for the rest of his... More > childhood he honed his writing ability. Capote began his professional career writing short stories. The critical success of one story, "Miriam" (1945), attracted the attention of Random House publisher Bennett Cerf, resulting in a contract to write Other Voices, Other Rooms (1948). Capote earned the most fame with In Cold Blood (1966), a journalistic work about the murder of a Kansas farm family in their home, a book Capote spent four years writing, with much help from Harper Lee, who wrote the famous To Kill a Mockingbird.[2] A milestone in popular culture, In Cold Blood was the peak of his literary career, though it was not his final book. In the 1970s, he maintained his celebrity status by appearing on television talk shows.< Less
My Story By Lola Taubman
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Lola Taubman was born in 1925 in the Carpathian Mountains (then Czechoslovakia). Life was rich in her extended Jewish family, part of a community with citizens from many backgrounds, where multiple... More > languages were common currency, and education mingled with the joys and games of youth. By the late 1930s, anti-Semitism grew, and communities were disrupted. In May 1944, Lola and her family, and the remaining Jews from her town, were sent to Auschwitz. Lola was chosen to work; her immediate family perished. In January 1945, as the allies approached, the Nazis moved her, with many others from Auschwitz, on a series of death marches. Life as a DP followed, with a 4-year struggle to emigrate to the U.S. Arriving in New York in 1949, she later relocated to the Detroit area, where she married Sam Taubman and raised a family. Since the mid-1990s, she has been an inspiring speaker about her Holocaust experiences. Now, she shares her amazing story with us in this moving narrative of her life’s journey.< Less
My Story By Lola Taubman
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Lola Taubman was born in 1925 in the Carpathian Mountains (then Czechoslovakia). Life was rich in her extended Jewish family, part of a community with citizens from many backgrounds, where multiple... More > languages were common currency, and education mingled with the joys and games of youth. By the late 1930s, anti-Semitism grew, and communities were disrupted. In May 1944, Lola and her family, and the remaining Jews from her town, were sent to Auschwitz. Lola was chosen to work; her immediate family perished. In January 1945, as the allies approached, the Nazis moved her, with many others from Auschwitz, on a series of death marches. Life as a DP followed, with a 4-year struggle to emigrate to the U.S. Arriving in New York in 1949, she later relocated to the Detroit area, where she married Sam Taubman and raised a family. Since the mid-1990s, she has been an inspiring speaker about her Holocaust experiences. Now, she shares her amazing story with us in this moving narrative of her life’s journey.< Less
WARNING: This Story Contains Drugs By Tyler AM
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A trio of short stories; the first about two different drug businesses who become obsessed with fighting over a new best selling drug, the second about a series of teenagers each with a different... More > problem discovering their problems may be connected and soon result in one big mess, and the last about druggie who gets sucked into a surreal universe.< Less
M S My Story By Connie Fiore
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Please let me introduce myself. My name is Connie Fiore. You may be wondering why I'm writing a story about my life. After all, I'm not a celebrity or anything. Paralyzed from the neck down due... More > to Multiple Sclerosis, (MS), I am a mouth painter, motivational speaker, and singer. Discovering what lies beyond life’s hardships would have been impossible without faith in God. He opened doors, teaching me lessons I feel I must pass on. I hope ‘My Story’ inspires or possibly motivates someone to not give up, but continue LIVING.< Less