The Cookbook & Guide For Your Probationary Firefighters & First Responders

Become a Great Cook and an Even Greater Firefighter or First Responder
By Michael Fields

“The funny thing about firemen is, night and day, they are always firemen.” - Gregory Widen. The Cookbook & Guide For Your Probationary Firefighters & First Responders: Become a Great Cook and an Even Greater Firefighter or First Responder is written by Michael Fields. Rookie...

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The Chimpanzee Chronicles

Stories of Heartbreak and Hope from Behind the Bars
By Debra Rosenman

The Chimpanzee Chronicles: Stories of Heartbreak and Hope from Behind the Bars by Debra Rosenman is an emotional collection of stories about captive chimpanzees that are eye-opening, heartbreaking, and soul-stirring. The stories are told from the perspectives of primatologists, primate sanctuary founders and workers, and...

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The Dean's Underwear

Living My American Dream
By Don Gnecco

The Dean’s Underwear: Living My American Dream by Don Gnecco encapsulates the author’s journey from that of living in poor conditions to that of an educator and songwriter. The author was born in the autumn of 1948 at the Keesler Air Force Base to chainsmoking parents. The...

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The Wandering Investor

By Brendan Hughes

The Wandering Investor is a work of non-fiction focused on the business and financial sector, but also on global culture and society, and was written by author Brendan Hughes. As an investment advisor who has managed enormous portfolios and handled some of the most important...

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Thus Fell Tecumseh

By Frank E. Kuron

Thus Fell Tecumseh by Frank E. Kuron is about a famous Native American, a Shawnee Chief, known as Tecumseh. He fought in the Battle of the Thames in 1813. This book goes into more details of that battle, who fought against him, and why there...

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The Five Dimensions of Self-Awareness

By Laura Clementz

Self-awareness is a multi-dimensional journey to understanding oneself. It is also a continuous journey where we introspect and grow into better versions of ourselves. In The Five Dimensions of Self-Awareness, Laura Clementz breaks down the concept of self-awareness. Mind chatter, healthy boundaries, unconditional love, self-exploration,...

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Thriving While Black

The Act of Surviving and Thriving in the Same Space
By Cori J Williams MSW LCSW

Thriving While Black: The Act of Surviving and Thriving in the Same Space is a work of non-fiction that handles important social, cultural, and personal issues, and was penned by author Cori J. Williams, MSW LCSW. As its title suggests, this diversely penned and highly...

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The Meditation Process

Raja Yoga and Buddhist Shamatha
By Lyle Olson

The Meditation Process: Raja Yoga and Buddhist Shamatha by Lyle Olson is an engaging book that deals with the study of the concentration meditation process for intermediate and beginning meditators. Meditation is not only a tool for liberation but it is also a way of...

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The Book of Noteworthy 'Why' Questions

By David Ritchey

Curious people are always seeking to learn something new and they try to gain knowledge by engaging in conversations where they commit fully to the exchange and even switch off their cell phones so that there are no interruptions. The Book Of Noteworthy 'Why' Questions...

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The Quarantine Cookbook

By Beth Carter

The Quarantine Cookbook is a nonfiction cooking/food guide written by Beth Carter. The author’s comic muse has been hiding from her lately and making writing her typical literary fare, humorous women’s fiction, and romantic comedy rather more difficult to pen. And since she’s been actively...

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