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An Ounce of Prevention is Worth a Pound of Suppression A Collaborative Framework for Comprehensive Gang Reduction by Dave Barciz Book Summary:
This book lays out steps needed to develop a collaborative approach to transform neighborhoods away from gang susceptibility and to help communities avoid unnecessary pitfalls. By looking at gangs through a community health prism, by demystifying the gang-reduction process and by showing how to develop a collaborative approach, the Project 110% model offers a way to reduce gangs before they become violent and criminal.
An Ounce of Expectation by Lynette Greenfield Book Summary:
A modern romance novel which addresses, not only matters of trust, but questions acceptance, through self-exploration in a new age of technology. Eve is a young writer living in a small town, struggling to complete her latest novel. She meets Ranoldo online and one day, finally meets him in person. She must find a way of merging their common interests in a world with the reality of his life in a big city. But Ranoldo harbors secrets about his life and through Eve's journey of discovery, finds her own voice again. This is a story of uncompromising devotion, of life as it really is, and a love that changes everything.
An Ounce of Prevention by Allan Bonner Book Summary:
With more than 100 check lists, diagrams, charts, tables, forms and pre-written documents, this is the comprehensive guide to a crisis plan that you need. Conversational prose makes complex concepts in risk and crisis management easily accessible. Case studies and anecdotes from real-life incidents remind readers of the dos and don'ts of crisis management. When you hear the expression, "He wrote the book on crisis management"-this is the book. This book had its origins in the Exxon Valdez oil spill. Dr. Bonner had trained responders who went to Alaska and was then commissioned to design and execute major oil spills for the oil industry and coast guard on both coast of North America. Seeing that their crisis plans were not adequate, clients then commissioned new plans from scratch. This plan has been polished, re-written, researched and tested in the diplomatic corps, with the military, trade officials, hospitals, police forces, off-shore drilling companies, mining companies and many other high need clients on five continents over 15 years.
Les tables - La grammaire du français par le menu by Takuya Nakamura Book Summary:
Linguiste de talent, Christian Leclère a été pendant plus de 30 ans l'un des piliers du lexique-grammaire. Bien loin de l'image du savant dans sa tour d’ivoire (fût-elle de Jussieu), il a mené ses recherches sur la syntaxe des verbes, l’argot ou le figement tout en cultivant un sens unique du contact humain. Ses collègues et amis lui rendent hommage dans cet ouvrage, au travers d’un ensemble d’articles évoquant directement ou indirectement quelques-uns de ses sujets de prédilection. Cette mosaïque de contributions témoigne non seulement du rôle scientifique majeur que Christian Leclère a joué, mais également des amitiés qui se sont tissées tout au long des années qu’il a passées sur le pont du LADL.
Socialism: A Lie Full of Hope by John Herbstreith Book Summary:
Every day Americans are told that the free market is rigged, uncaring, misogynistic, unfair, unjust, racist and evil. We're told that socialism can fix everything. That by embracing socialism, we will make society fairer, more peaceful, save the planet, enable equality, ending sexism and racism. In short, enabling utopia. Yet, socialism offers nothing new. Socialism's gaining ground with many well meaning people that need free markets the most, by claiming the failures weren't "real" socialism. Often through distorting the history of capitalism and embellishment of socialism. Without many of the academic trappings of the subject, this book offers some explanations as to why so many people are turning to socialism. It focus mostly on economic understanding, and why socialism falls short of free markets in terms of both economic and moral outcomes. It highlights the hypocrisy of America's "new" democratic socialists, and illustrates what we're losing through the socialist mindset.
Journey of Hope... by Bill Pelke Book Summary:
The savage murder of 78-year-old Bible teacher Ruth Pelke by four teen-age girls was the beginning of Bill Pelkes Journey of Hope...From Violence to Healing. Initially Bill did not object when 15-year old Paula Cooper was sentenced to death for his grandmothers murder. Through the power of prayer and transformation, he moved from supporting her death sentence, to working to have it overturned, to dedicating his life to the abolition of the death penalty. This is the story of Bills journey, the obstacles he overcame, and the amazing, loving, forgiving, committed people he met on the way.
Land of Hope and Glory by Marshall Terry Book Summary:
Land of Hope and Glory is the story of Marcus Aurelius Northway, a homeopathic physician in the late nineteenth and early twentieth century who becomes chief medical officer in the Spanish-American War, marries the widow of an oil magnate, and in the 1920s and 1930s consorts with Henry Ford, Thomas A. Edison and Luther Burbank. As the story moves from New York to Florida, to Ohio, and to California, General Northway, following the death of his wife, marries her nurse Ida Bailey, a strong blunt woman who tries to keep the old chauvinist honest with her and with himself. Though he has no heirs of his own, he attempts to control the destinies of the rest of the Northway family, particularly his namesake. As the nation manifests its destiny from Teddy Roosevelt through Warren G. Harding and beyond, Marcus strives to establish his fame as a healer, but he must fight the powerful medical influence of the "Regulars." Told with irony and humor, Land of Hope and Glory is a classic story of America in its time of incredible pride and self-assertion.
Tell Them Who We Are: What You've Never Understood About the Homeless (But Must) by Jeremy Reynalds Book Summary:
Tell Them Who We Are: What You’ve Never Understood about the Homeless (But Must) is a wake-up call, a siren of hope for those who struggle to understand all the myths surrounding homelessness. Jeremy Reynalds explodes those myths and explores how each of us can invest ourselves in the lives of the homeless on an entirely new level.
Nightmares of Terror by Ken R. Abell Book Summary:
Nightmares of Terror, continuing the saga that began in Days of Purgatory, is set in and around Dodge City in 1882. Several characters are having their sleep disturbed by dreams that are flares from the past or harbingers of the future. Deacon Coburn, flint-eyed and tenderhearted, aids others and comes to terms with hardscrabble troubles by applying gritty faith. An outlaw is on the rampage; his life has been violent and he's realizing that hell is a real place. A former prostitute is seeking a new life, while a teenager stretches her wings. One strong man is having a crisis of faith; another is in a mess of troubles not of his making. Two women are expecting and due at roughly the same time. A Texas cattleman arrives in the Queen of the Cowtowns to conclude a business deal, which unbeknownst to him, forces a onetime slave to come face to face with a seedy episode from bygone days. All these threads are woven together in a compelling narrative in which the supernatural is commonplace and real. An overarching theme is voiced by Eliza Weitzel: "Faith is all about having confidence that whatever will be will be, and by God's grace we have the hope that he sustains and supports us no matter what."
A Book of Good Medicine by Arlyn L. Clary Book Summary:
A persons attitude about him or her self is an important factor in health and well being. Faith and prayer are strong elements of what we think life is about. We are not self-sufficient but are dependent on God and other people. I suppose nothing underlines this truth more than an illness, be it a headache or worse. It is important to seek the medicine of comfort and inspiration. It is to such purpose that this book is dedicated. This book may serve well as a book of prayer and devotion for the general reader. This is not to overlook the possibility that it might serve as a Pastoral Care tool as well.
Tales of an Innocent Heart by Diana Lewis Book Summary:
This book is true poetry, not because it is poetry but because it hits new heights in raw poetry. It is new and different, which is refreshing for all readers. Every emotion is capture by the author and brilliantly put into words. This book is easy to read and to understand you dont have to search for meaning it is right there within the books pages.
The Beauty of Ordinary by Jamie Y. Marable Book Summary:
The Beauty of Ordinary is an intimate collection of poems and short stories that speak to both the heart and mind. Author and poet, Dr. Jamie Y. Marable, eloquently addresses topics such as inspiration, love and parenthood in this moving compilation.
Land of Promiscuity by Sherryle Kiser Jackson Book Summary:
Ever since high school, Rebi Lucas has not led a discreet lifestyle. She has grown accustomed to using her body as a bargaining tool. Although more than a few men have known her physically, only one man has dared to love her as a true friend. Now Rebi must return to her hometown after her mother's death to face that man. William Donovan is now the assistant pastor of Grace Apostle Methodist Church, adjacent to her family's home estate. He's devoted to helping Rebi heal old wounds and rediscover her passion when she returns home. As they are settling her mother's estate, Rebi and William unearth a generational curse that threatens to dismantle their carefully built love affair. The Land of Promiscuity is a story of unrequited love that will leave you wondering whether there are circumstances that make it impossible for even love to survive. Land of Promiscuity boasts bold, rich characters and a fresh voice. Ms. Kiser-Jackson skillfully invokes both sympathy and disdain for her protagonist. Readers will thirst for revelation and resolution at the gentle prod of her pen for these complex yet relatable characters. ---Norma L. Jarrett, Essence Bestselling Author Land of Promiscuity by Sherryle Kiser Jackson has a host of interesting characters. Secrets threaten to alter several characters' lives in this dramatic tale of a woman who comes face to face with her past. I recommend this book for those who are looking for something different yet interesting. ---Shelia M Goss, author of Delilah and Ruthless
Falling Out Of Fashion by Karen Yampolsky Book Summary:
In the bestselling tradition of The Devil Wears Prada, Karen Yampolsky's hilarious, disarmingly candid debut goes deep inside the glossy, glamorous, and completely ruthless world of magazine publishing, where bitchiness and betrayal are always in vogue. . . Jill White always dreamed of the day when she would start a magazine of her own that would feature smart, witty, real women with aspirations beyond tinier thighs and shinier hair. That day has finally arrived--and Jill magazine is a huge hit. When mega-successful Nestrom Media takes over Jill's parent company, The Nestrom suits are panting with admiration for both Jill and Jill. But the ashes from the postcoital cigarette have barely hit the floor before Jill's new bosses start barking about getting ad revenue up and toning down articles like "His penis is not a toy. . .or is it?" in favor of fluff pieces with the reality star du jour. What smelled like team spirit devolves into a bitter game of backstabbing. Ellen Cutter, the blond, bland, Bergdorfed CEO of Nestrom Media, and Liz Alexander, Jill's publisher (and Ellen's conniving sidekick) are suddenly aligned against Jill, making her life a living hell. Reluctant to quit or to watch as her baby morphs into yet another cheesy rag, Jill fights back, even as Ellen and Liz plot her next move for her. With everything on the line, Jill realizes mean girls don't get left behind in high school--they grow up and work in publishing. . . "Magazine junkies who remember the original Jane will devour this cheeky roman á clef." --Publishers Weekly "Worth reading. . .you get your fill of backstabbing fashionistas." --E! Online Karen Yampolsky, a graduate of New York University, has spent the past eighteen years working as an Executive/Personal Assistant to high-profile executives in the media and entertainment industries, including a nine-year stint at Jane Magazine as the right-hand to the Founder & Editor-in-Chief, Jane Pratt. She lives in Westchester County, New York, with her husband and two children.