Meet Me Where I Am

An Alzheimer's Care Guide
By Mary Ann Drummond

Meet Me Where I Am: An Alzheimer's Care Guide by Mary Ann Drummond is a non-fiction book mainly designed for caregivers who deal with Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia. In this book, Mary Ann Drummond draws upon her personal experience in the field...

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Moral Indignation

Embryonic Stem Cells, DNA, and Christians
By Sherman P. Bastarache

Moral Indignation: Embryonic Stem Cells, DNA, and Christians by Sherman P. Bastarache addresses many of the issues surrounding stem cell research and the religious arguments against it. While Bastarache begins by stating it's not possible to cover all of the disputes that arise on the...

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My Cell Phone Can Think

A Textbook on Artificial Intelligence
By Michiro Negishi

My Cell Phone Can Think: A Textbook on Artificial Intelligence is an educational book for children and young adults written by Michiro Negishi. Most kids are familiar with cell phones and their uses, which have expanded far beyond making and receiving telephone calls. What most...

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MeiroKodo

Volume 1
By Stephanie Quanel

MeiroKodo: Volume 1 is a collection of mazes and cipher puzzles for ages 7-adult created by Stephanie Quanel. Each maze in this collection unlocks the letter equivalent of one symbol. While the mazes contain several different symbols and possible routes each, only one route and...

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Memoir of a Schizophrenic

Mental Health
By Karl Lorenz Willett

Memoir of a Schizophrenic by Karl Lorenz Willett is a compelling read with a strong appeal for fans of memoirs that explore the minds of those with mental illnesses. In this memoir, the author takes readers on a journey through schizophrenia. Written for his family,...

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Multilevel Method

Teach for Freedom
By Dr. Marcia R Pinheiro

I am a teacher. I teach English as a second language, specifically in China, South Korea, and Thailand. That is why I decided to read Multilevel Method by Dr. Marcia Pinheiro. In ESL, (English as a second language), I often encounter classrooms full of students...

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Misbehaving Brains

Essays on good children who do
By Jeheudi Mes Onyemachi Vuai

It's frustrating, even upsetting to pick up a book as important as I believe Misbehaving Brains to be and discover that the author, Jeheudi Mes Onyemachi Vuai, wrote a book, Gray Matter Matters, based on his work as a cognitive neuroscientist and board-certified neuro-psychologist back...

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Money & The Human Condition

Understanding how money shapes our society and how to gain control of our finances
By Douglas Obey

Money & The Human Condition by Douglas Obey is a book that simplifies the #1 question most people ask when first learning about economics and money as a whole: how does money work? With personal anecdotes and an outline of his own mistakes, Douglas Obey...

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Math Can Be Fun

A Parent's Guide to Engaging Kids in Math
By Michele Williams

Math Can Be Fun: A Parent's Guide to Engaging Kids in Math by Michele Williams is a non-fiction educational book for parents and children having issues with learning math. The chapters in this book cover different topics and creative ideas for parents to engage their...

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Maximizing Your Injury Claim

Simple Steps To Protect Your Family After An Accident
By Matthew D. Dubin

Maximizing Your Injury Claim: Simple Steps To Protect Your Family After An Accident is a non-fiction self-help book written by Matthew D. Dubin. The author does not show you how to pursue your own injury claim; rather his book is designed to instruct the reader...

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