Shoe Dog is a memoir by Nike co-founder Phil Knight. The memoir chronicles the history of Nike from its early struggles to its evolution into one of the world's most recognized and profitable companies.
Vikram Seth an Indian writer matches the best writers in English of the 20th century. His novel 'An Equal Music' and other books stamps him as one of the great writers in the English language.
It's a wonderful book by Fleur Britten for the benefit of young girls and women and how to conduct themselves in the modern world.
An enlightening exploration of the dynamics of French colonialism in the modern Middle East and imperialism's usage of minority and sub-national actors in power politics, La France en Cilicie et en Haute-Mésopotamie is an excellent read to understand French Levant colonialism.
We Think we can, we think we can is encouragement that children can really use in the world we are living in now. The three little engines that could re-tell the story in a new picture book with a life lesson that "yes, we can". Read along as they all work together to get over that hill.
Not a history book as the title implies but rather an elegantly written account of the life of pilgrims during the Hadj in Mecca, married with a look at elements of the history of the city and its religion.
Jacque Poulin's quiet, cozy style of writing can lull one into a feeling that his books are simply feel-good stories, but Chat sauvage is an intriguing exploration of public writers, psychologists, family, and the warmth and strength of its characters.
I am sure you have already heard about The House in the Cerulean Sea by TJ Klune and perhaps it’s already on your TBR. If not, then this book should be added at the top of your TBR. Here are 10 reasons why you should read it asap.
An intriguing story that addresses several ethical and social issues while being funny, sexy, and solving a murder mystery.
It is a Tale of Passion by the British writer Ford Madox Ford. It is set just before World War I, it chronicles the tragedy of Edward Ashburnham, the soldier and his seemingly perfect marriage, along with that of his two American friends. It is one of the all-time great books.
Emily Baum's book The Invention of Madness: State, Society, and the Insane in Modern China is an impressively well argued and detailed work which shows how modern psychology was introduced into China, Chinese traditions of psychology, and how power structures shaped the process.
Race, family, love... just a portion of the issues this book covers. But how are they all portrayed in the TV Show, compared to the book it is based on?
The sixth chapter of the French book Les Civilisés, meeting Mévil's mistress and traveling through the surroundings of Saigon.
Fourth installment in the Vintage Magic Mysteries
Joe Hill's scariest horror tales are the ones that tap into real world terror. Thumbprint & Loaded were downright unsettling. Here he tries to do it again with just a touch of supernatural. Does he pull it off? Read this review and find out.
First installment in the Vintage Magic Mysteries
Jack and Annie have a new adventure that includes dinosaurs in the new graphic novel in the Magic Tree House popular series. Time travel into the world of dinosaurs will have young readers eager to see how this new adventure works out. This adventure will be a page-turner.
An Economic History of Modern France is a highly revelatory and effective analysis of the transformation of the French economy from a pre-modern to an industrial or modern one.
Espionage and techno thrillers goes together like peanut butter and jelly. And there hasn't been a tale like that in a long it seems. But now I Heart Radio decided to take a stab at it, with the scifi audio drama Tomorrow's Monsters. Is it any good? Read this review and find out.
Book Reading Improves vocabulary. It strengthens your ability to imagine alternative paths, picture detailed scenes, and think through complex problems. You will Boost Your Sleep. Reading is proven to reduce stress and increase relaxation. Reading Different Books will Boost Memory Improvement.
Confined to the walls of his room for two years after facing a relentless militant attack, Javed Ahmad Tak went on to become a ray of hope for the downtrodden and disabled people.