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Christian Cell Phone God's Favor

by Grace Dola, None, None Balogun & Lisa, None, None Hainline

The Cross of Christ is the cross of salvation to the world. God gave His Son for us and gave us eternal in heaven


Cataract Surgery: A Patient's Guide to Cataract Treatment

by Uday Devgan & Robert K. Maloney

With nearly three million Americans undergoing cataract surgery annually this survey is essential for those anticipating the procedure. This handbook covers the most frequently asked questions, such as What...


Retired at 48: One Couple's Journey to a Pensionless Retirement

by A. R. English

There was a time when it was common to have a company pension to live on after you stopped working. These days, company pensions are rare and a large percentage of the workforce needs to rely on their own savings...


Brain in Pain: A Wounded Healer's Heart-Wrenching and Heart-Warming Guide to Schizophrenia

by Peter Cohen

Brain in Pain gives a first-hand view of the world of schizophrenia and challenges the stigma surrounding mental illness. Written by Peter Cohen, Brain in Pain is an invaluable window into his compelling world....


Concussion Is Brain Injury

by Shireen Jeejeebhoy

In the year 2000, Shireen Jeejeebhoy died. Shireen had been in a car accident, and although she had not physically died, the person that she had been was gone due to the resulting concussion. Many believe a...


Dancing with the Vodka Terrorists: Misadventures in the 'Stans

by Rob Ferguson

When Rob Ferguson went off to the five former Soviet 'Stans of Central Asia to work on a project to save the rapidly disappearing Aral Sea, he expected to have challenges and adventures, but he didn't anticipate...


From Calcedonies to Orchids: Plays Promoting Humanity in Health Policy

by Jeff Nisker

Jeff Nisker has been writing plays since the early 1990s. He did this in order to bring audiences to the position of persons immersed in the vortex of new scientific capacity and its social implications. Jeff...


Shattered Hopes: Canada's Boycott of the 1980 Olympic Games

by Sheila Robertson

On December 27, 1979, the Soviet Union invaded Afghanistan, a distant land unknown to most Canadians. A crucial fall-out was the American-led boycott of the 1980 Summer Games in Moscow, which Canada eventually...


The BetterPhoto Guide to Digital Photography

by Jim Miotke

Digital cameras are the hot new tech toy-but many of the millions of people who are buying the cameras aren't getting the most out of their new purchase. Mysterious icons, strange jargon, a dizzying array of...


Royal Australian Navy & MacArthur

by Ian Pfennigwerth

By 1945, General MacArthur's forces had advanced from Papua to the Philippines and to Borneo. The vast majority of the troops, supplies, and equipment for this campaign were transported by sea, and MacArthur's...


Tiger Territory: The Untold Story of the Royal Australian Navy from 1948 to 1971

by Ian Pfennigwerth

Between 1948 and 1971 ships and men of the Royal Australian Navy served with almost unnoticed distinction in defending the newly emerging nations of Malaya, Malaysia and Singapore. In this period of intense...


Man of Intelligence: The Life of Captain Eric Nave, Code breaker Extraordinary

by Ian Pfennigwerth

Eric Nave, an Australian naval officer, was the first to unravel Japanese naval telegraphy and to break Imperial Japanese Navy codes. Yet few Australians have ever heard of the exploits and achievements of this...


Falling Petals

by Ben Ellis

Something strange is happening in the country town of Hollow-a mysterious syndrome that seems to strike only the young. The town is quarantined, schools are closed and fences go up. Guards patrol new enforced...


At Sea, Staring Up

by Finegan Kruckemeyer

Emma the Greek will sail the seas alone to save her father; Noah will search for his wife who flew off a bridge; Elise will fight the dragons snapping at her heels as she drives each night to lull her baby to...


Ruby Moon

by Matt Cameron

'It had been one of those scorching summer days. Sprinklers swivelled to a hypnotic beat, cicadas pulsed to the shimmering heat, the concrete was caramel under your feet and the ice-cream van turned slow motion...


Across the Sea to War: Australian & New Zealand Troop Convoys from 1865 through two World Wars...

by Peter Plowman

This book is an in-depth coverage of the troops convoys sent by ANZ to overseas conflicts. In WWII these convoys included such great liners as Queen Elizabeth, Queen Mary, Aquitania and Mauretania. They also...


Reservoir Exploration and Appraisal

by Luiz Amado

Finding a new oil and gas discovery and evaluating its volume is a difficult and challenging task, and yet there is very little published on the topic. Luiz Amado delivers a one-of-a-kind introductory guide...


Queering Anarchism: Addressing and Undressing Power and Desire

by J. Rogue, Deric Shannon & Martha Ackelsberg

A wrench in the gears of sexual politics—twenty authors challenege the social constructs of identity, ideology, and beyond.


CLIL in Higher Education: Towards a Multilingual Language Policy

by Inmaculada Fortanet-Gomez

This book offers a unique view of multilingualism in higher education from a global perspective. It presents a contextualised case of a multilingual language policy which takes the Content and Language Integrated...


Language-In-Education Policies: The Discursive Construction of Intercultural Relations

by Anthony J. Liddicoat

This book examines the ideological underpinnings of language-in-education policies that explicitly focus on adding a new language to the learners' existing repertoire. It examines policies for foreign languages,...