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The Chinese in Toronto from 1878

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The Chinese in Toronto from 1878 by Arlene Chan Book Summary:

The Chinese have become a vibrant part of Toronto’s multiculturalism, with no less than seven Chinatowns created since 1984. Short-listed for the 2013 Speaker’s Book Award and for the 2012 Heritage Toronto Award The modest beginnings of the Chinese in Toronto and the development of Chinatown is largely due to the completion of the CPR in 1885. No longer requiring the services of the Chinese labourers, a hostile British Columbia sent them eastward in search of employment and a more welcoming place. In 1894 Toronto’s Chinese population numbered fifty. Today, no less than seven Chinatowns serve what has become the second-largest visible minority in the city, with a population of half a million. In these pages, you will find their stories told through historical accounts, archival and present-day photographs, newspaper clippings, and narratives from old-timers and newcomers. With achievements spanning all walks of life, the Chinese in Toronto are no longer looking in from outside society’s circle. Their lives are a vibrant part of the diverse mosaic that makes Toronto one of the most multicultural cities in the world.

The Chinese Community in Toronto

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The Chinese Community in Toronto by Arlene Chan Book Summary:

The history of the Chinese community in Toronto is rich with stories drawn from over 150 years of life in Canada. Sam Ching, a laundryman, is the first Chinese resident recorded in Toronto’s city directory of 1878. A few years later, in 1881, there were 10 Chinese and no sign of a Chinatown. Today, with no less than seven Chinatowns and half a million people, Chinese Canadians have become the second-largest visible minority in the Greater Toronto Area. Stories, photographs, newspaper reports, maps, and charts will bring to life the little-known and dark history of the Chinese community. Despite the early years of anti-Chinese laws, negative public opinion, and outright racism, the Chinese and their organizations have persevered to become an integral participant in all walks of life. The Chinese Community in Toronto shows how the Chinese make a significant contribution to the vibrant and diverse mosaic that makes Toronto one of the most multicultural cities in the world.

Spirit of the Dragon: The Story of Jean Lumb, a Proud Chinese-Canadian

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Spirit of the Dragon: The Story of Jean Lumb, a Proud Chinese-Canadian by Arlene Chan Book Summary:

The Order of Canada, the country’s highest honour, is awarded to those who have made a distinct contribution to Canadian life. The late Jean Lumb received the Order of Canada, among other awards, for her role in changing Canada’s immigration laws that separated Chinese families, and for her contribution in saving Chinatowns across Canada. Through her dedication to helping others, Jean Lumb truly made a difference to life in Canada. Spirit of the Dragon is well-illustrated with photographs of Jean Lumb in the company of her family and important people in her life, including John Diefenbaker, Queen Elizabeth, Governors General Roland Michener and Jules Leger, plus Lieutenant Governors of Ontario, Pauline McGibbon and Hal Jackman. A concluding section, as well as listing Jean’s extensive accomplishments and awards, cites sources of more information about her and other Chinese-Canadians.

Paddles Up!

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Paddles Up! by Arlene Chan,Susan Humphries Book Summary:

Paddles Up! provides an in-depth look at dragon boating from its beginnings in ancient China to the modern-day prominence of Canadian teams on the international scene, as told in the words of top coaches of men's and women's teams, experts and enthusiasts, and sports health professionals across Canada. Contributing writers include Mike Haslam, executive president International Dragon Boat Federation; Matthew Smith, president Dragon Boat Canada; Kamini Jain, Vancouver; Albert MacDonald, Halifax; Jamie Hollins, Pickering; Matt Robert, Montreal; and Jim Farintosh, Toronto. Through legends, history, and traditions, to paddling tips and mental readiness, and from choosing gear to exceptional achievements, a battery of Canadian dragon-boat notables share their considerable knowledge in one authoritative volume.

Culture/contexture

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Culture/contexture by E. V. Daniel,E. Valentine Daniel,Jeffrey M. Peck Book Summary:

The rapprochement of anthropology and literary studies, begun nearly fifteen years ago by such pioneering scholars as Clifford Geertz, Edward Said, and James Clifford, has led not only to the creation of the new scholarly domain of cultural studies but to the deepening and widening of both original fields. Literary critics have learned to "anthropologize" their studies--to ask questions about the construction of meanings under historical conditions and reflect on cultural "situatedness." Anthropologists have discovered narratives other than the master narratives of disciplinary social science that need to be drawn on to compose ethnographies. Culture/Contexture brings together for the first time literature and anthropology scholars to reflect on the antidisciplinary urge that has made the creative borrowing between their two fields both possible and necessary. Critically expanding on such pathbreaking works as James Clifford and George Marcus's Writing Culture and Marcus and Michael M. J. Fischer's Anthropology as Cultural Critique, contributors explore the fascination that draws the disciplines together and the fears that keep them apart. Their topics demonstrate the rich intersection of anthropology and literary studies, ranging from reading and race to writing and representation, incest and violence, and travel and time. The rapprochement of anthropology and literary studies, begun nearly fifteen years ago by such pioneering scholars as Clifford Geertz, Edward Said, and James Clifford, has led not only to the creation of the new scholarly domain of cultural studies but to the deepening and widening of both original fields. Literary critics have learned to "anthropologize" their studies--to ask questions about the construction of meanings under historical conditions and reflect on cultural "situatedness." Anthropologists have discovered narratives other than the master narratives of disciplinary social science that need to be drawn on to compose ethnographies. Culture/Contexture brings together for the first time literature and anthropology scholars to reflect on the antidisciplinary urge that has made the creative borrowing between their two fields both possible and necessary. Critically expanding on such pathbreaking works as James Clifford and George Marcus's Writing Culture and Marcus and Michael M. J. Fischer's Anthropology as Cultural Critique, contributors explore the fascination that draws the disciplines together and the fears that keep them apart. Their topics demonstrate the rich intersection of anthropology and literary studies, ranging from reading and race to writing and representation, incest and violence, and travel and time.

American Women Photographers

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American Women Photographers by Martha Kreisel,Martha Moss Book Summary:

A bibliography of over 1,000 sources for over 600 female photographers from the late 19th century to the present.

Children of Watooka

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Children of Watooka by Steve Connolly Book Summary:

Step into an extraordinary and fascinating world . little known, but immensely remarkable and hollering for attention . formerly British Guiana, now Guyana. Learn about the country's captivating history from before slavery/indenture through to modern times. Learn about some of its outstanding people both within/without the country. Children of Watooka is published to coincide with the 50th anniversary of Guyana's independence.

100%: The Story of a Patriot

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100%: The Story of a Patriot by Upton Sinclair Book Summary:

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To the Islands

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To the Islands by Paul Battersby Book Summary:

To the Islands traces the persistence across two centuries of a regional idea expressed variously as Australasia, the Malay Archipelago and 'the Islands.' The book explores the manifestations of this idea in trade, travel, investment and diplomatic interactions between Australia and its island neighbors from the early years of British colonization to the present day.

Encyclopedia of American Folklore

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Encyclopedia of American Folklore by Linda S. Watts Book Summary:

Presents an A-to-Z reference to American folklore with articles on folk heroes, authors, significant historical events, cultural groups, social aspects and more.

Political Ideologies

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Political Ideologies by Vincent Geoghegan Book Summary:

This informative and widely-used text is now available in a third edition. Building on the success of previous editions, it continues to provide a clear and accessible introduction to the complexities of political ideologies. The latest edition of Political Ideologies: introduces and considers the future of all the most widely studied ideologies: liberalism; conservatism; socialism; democracy; nationalism; fascism; ecologism and feminism sets each ideology clearly within its historical and political context includes a new final chapter that examines the impact of recent theoretical developments of ideologies and charts the challenges that they face in the twenty-first century has been fully revised and up-dated and provides an annotated guide for further reading.

The Spinster's Secret

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The Spinster's Secret by Anthony Gilbert Book Summary:

Forget The Girl on the Train - meet the woman who watches from her window, and finds herself caught up in murder... Classic crime from one of the greats of the Detection Club 'Watching, fascinated and horrified, he saw thin fingers creep around the edge of the black curtain. Someone from inside was tugging to loosen it . . .' Miss Janet Martin, a 74-year-old spinster, enjoys her daily habit of watching passers-by from her window. When she strikes up a friendship with one of them - the golden-haired Pamela - she has no inkling that the innocence of her fading years is about to be turned upside down. The little old lady becomes inextricably involved in the child's fate, and when she calls in private eye Arthur Crook to help, a plot of abduction, fraud and murder unfolds . . .

Discerning the Will of God

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Discerning the Will of God by Timothy M. Gallagher Book Summary:

For everyone ready to make the shift from “What do I want for my life?” to “what does God want for my life?” In 10 lectures, filmed in the beautiful St. Clement's Shrine in Boston, Father Timothy Gallagher, presents a video guide for spiritual directors based on his bestselling titleDiscerning the Will of God. Using texts from St. Ignatius's Spiritual Exercises and real-life situations, Father Gallagher offers the spiritual director instruction on how to guide persons through the process of discernment, how to help them discern the movements of their hearts, and how to walk with them toward clarity regarding God's will. The insights offered throughout the series can be adapted to a wide range of decisions that persons may face in life. This DVD is also accompanied by a study guide, making it an ideal resource for all who want to discover where God is leading them, as well as for spiritual directors, retreat directors, and counselors.

Fasting with the Lord's Prayer

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Fasting with the Lord's Prayer by Elmer L. Towns Book Summary:

"Our Father, Who Art in Heaven . . ." After Jesus taught His disciples what we know as the Lord's Prayer, He continued His teaching: "Now when you fast . . ." Not if you fast--when! Our Lord knew the supernatural power and intimacy with the Father that emerges from a life infused with spiritual disciplines. Fasting with the Lord's Prayer is your guide to praying as Jesus taught and fasting for breakthrough answers from our heavenly Father. You will find practical, biblical guidelines to help you prepare for and experience a meaningful fast, and an in-depth exploration of the seven petitions of the Lord's Prayer. Plus, 21 daily readings will add richness to your time spent drawing closer to God. The Father is ready to meet your need. Are you ready to draw near and pray?

Conceptual Chemistry: Pearson New International Edition

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Conceptual Chemistry: Pearson New International Edition by John A. Suchocki Book Summary:

Were you looking for the book with access to MasteringChemistry? This product is the book alone and does NOT come with access to MasteringChemistry. Buy the book and access card package to save money on this resource. A long-established leader in liberal arts chemistry, John Suchocki’s Conceptual Chemistry continues to take a student-centered approach in the new Fifth Edition. This robust program uses a conversational writing style to engage and involve non-science majors, helping them visualize the behavior of atoms and molecules to understand our macroscopic environment. With a focus on fundamental concepts –not mathematical models – and supported by a dynamic media program, Conceptual Chemistry, Fifth Edition helps build a base from which non-science majors can view the world around them more perceptively.

Ancient West & East , Volume 3 Volume 3, No 2

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Ancient West & East , Volume 3 Volume 3, No 2 by Gocha Tsetskhladze Book Summary:

Ancient West & East is a peer-reviewed (bi-)annual devoted to the study of the history and archaeology of the periphery of the Graeco-Roman world, concentrating on local societies and cultures and their interaction with the Graeco-Roman, Near Eastern and early Byzantine worlds. The chronological and geographical scope is deliberately broad and comprehensive, ranging from the second millennium BC to Late Antiquity, and encompassing the whole ancient Mediterranean world and beyond, including ancient Central and Eastern Europe, the Black Sea region, Central Asia and the Near East. Ancient West & East aims to bring forward high-calibre studies from a wide range of disciplines and to provide a forum for discussion and better understanding of the interface of the classical and barbarian world throughout the period. Ancient West & East will reflect the thriving and fascinating developments in the study of the ancient world, bringing together Classical and Near Eastern Studies and Eastern and Western scholarship. Each volume will consist of articles, notes and reviews. Libraries and scholars will appreciate to find so much new material easily accessible in one volume.

School Choice In Chile

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School Choice In Chile by Varun Gauri Book Summary:

School Choice in Chile examines the dramatic educational decentralization and privatization of schools in Chile. In the early 1980s, the Pinochet regime decentralized schooling, providing vouchers for parental choice of public or private schools. At the same time, the government supposedly gave the administration of schools to local municipalities. Although the reform has merit and is defended by some as a major achievement, Varun Gauri shows the many ways in which it has not worked. In this process of reform, neither the administration of schools nor school content was really decentralized from the Ministry of Education, nor did students gain equality of educationaly opportunity or better schooling outcomes. These failures of the post-welfare model are due partly to Chile’s political and economic problems of the era, but are also evidence of flaws at its core, at least where education is concerned. The study presents data for an original survey of 726 households in Greater Santiago that finds more evidence for social and economic stratification among Chilean schools than past analyses have shown. Gauri finds that information about school quality, a sense of entitlement, and the use of specific search techniques increase the odds that a child attends a school with high achievement scores. Gauri offers some insights as he supports the criticism that market forces might exacerbate inequalities without necessarily generating clear gains in academic achievement. In the new system, many parents continued to be ill-informed about differences among schools, nonacademic factors played a major role in school selection, schools appeared to use entrance exams to practice a form of “creaming,” and parental wealth was a strong determinant of whether families were willing and able to take full advantage of choice programs. These are extremely timely findings, especially in light of the current debate over school choice and vouchers in the United States. Because the United States has little experience in school choice, School Choice in Chile presents a convincing and necessary report on an almost twenty-year-old experience with information from which all nations can learn. Parents, policy analysts in education and social welfare, as well as those studying political science, public policy, and education, will find it extremely useful.

Nonfiction Comprehension Cliffhangers

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Nonfiction Comprehension Cliffhangers by Tom Conklin Book Summary:

15 exciting--and true--stories for kids to read and then write or discuss their predictions about the story's ending ???? Helps build essential reading skills such as making inferences, drawing conclusions, summarizing, and more ???? Each reproducible nonfiction story comes with a companion teacher page ???? Stories span the curriculum, providing students with valuable reading in the content areas

The Moment of Truth

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The Moment of Truth by Vladimir Bogomolov Book Summary:

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Edward Gayer Andrews

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Edward Gayer Andrews by Francis John McConnell Book Summary:

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Giantess Globalist Sperm War

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Giantess Globalist Sperm War by Mandy De Sandra Book Summary:

A dirty bomb has been dropped and humanity is forever changed. The boys who didn't die stayed the same but the women grew into giantesses--walking gods as tall as the mountains. To remake a new and better world, all post-pubescent men were eaten and killed, and the remaining boys were rounded up to live in The Pen and learn to become better men. One of those boys, Tyson, waits on Eve Night--the night before the giantesses select who will be reborn through their womb. Men themselves are now sperm and each giantess selects ten of their favorite men to go inside her and compete to be the winner--reborn as a baby. Tyson wants the childhood that was taken away from him during World War III, but he must learn to work, fight, and help the 9 others if he wants to be a baby again. "De Sandra creates a world that plays with edible men, female anatomy, and misandry. This is the giantess fetish at its most lurid and comical, while quietly illustrating the poignant isolation of divided gender." Devora Gray, Author of Human Furniture and the Quest for the Perfect Woman

Art Is an Endangered Species

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Art Is an Endangered Species by Margaret Ann Zaho Book Summary:

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Vaccines

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Vaccines by Richard Moskowitz Book Summary:

Drawing on fifty years of experience caring for children and adults, Dr. Moskowitz examines vaccines and our current policy regarding them. Weaving together a tapestry of observed facts, clinical and basic science research, news reports from the media, and actual cases from his own practice, he offers a systematic review of the subject as a whole. He provides scientific evidence for his clinical impression that the vaccination process, by its very nature, imposes substantial risks of disease, injury, and death that have been persistently denied and covered up by manufacturers, the CDC, and the coterie of doctors who speak for it. With the aim of acknowledging these risks, taking them seriously, understanding them more holistically, and ultimately assessing them on a deeper level, he proposes a nationwide debate based on objective scientific research, including what we already know and what still needs to be investigated in the future. He argues that with no serious public health emergency to justify them, requiring vaccines of everyone deprives us all of genuinely informed consent, and prevents parents from making health-care decisions for our children, basic human rights that we still profess to hold dear. For the present, given the legitimate controversy surrounding the mandates, he proposes that most vaccines simply be made optional and that further research into their risks and benefits be conducted by an independent agency in the public interest, untainted by industry funding, CDC sponsorship, and the quasi-religious sanctimony that is widely invoked on their behalf.

American Clocks and Clockmakers

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American Clocks and Clockmakers by Robert W. Swedberg,Harriett Swedberg Book Summary:

Briefly traces the history of American clock making, discusses important inventions and patents, and offers advice buying antique clocks

Barbary Slaveship

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Barbary Slaveship by Allan Aldiss Book Summary:

The very success of the Barbary Pirates, coupled with the simultaneous brutal repression of a revolt in the Sultan's Balkan provinces, have caused a sudden glut in the slave market not on in Marsa but also in Constantinople, Damascus, and Cairo.

Measures for Research and Evaluation in the English Language Arts

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Measures for Research and Evaluation in the English Language Arts by William T. Fagan Book Summary:

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Daddy's Girls

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Daddy's Girls by Suzanne Gold Book Summary:

Daddys Girls is a rich yet simple family tale of love, madness and spirit told in the three first-person points of view of its three women. Overlapping vignettes create a vivid patchwork of lifes defining moments to reveal dark forces lurking beneath the familys typical middle-class veneer as they struggle to love one another. The story is fiction with a dash of magical realism, but the inspiration is autobiographical. Daddys Girls recently received a glowing review from Terry Mathews of Bookbrowser.com. She calls it A book that will speak to you on many levels...that can alter your perception of the world, broaden your horizons and urge you to think outside the box. The best book Ive read since Cunninghams THE HOURS. And Ruth Williams, author of Younger Than That Now says Daddys Girls is a luxuriant narrative, telling the stories of three complex women two sisters and their mother and how their lives are impacted by the mental illness of one. A fascinating and obviously well-informed look at heartbreaking realities. This is a book written from the heart.

The Vaccination Debate

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The Vaccination Debate by Chris Spinelli,Maryann Karinch Book Summary:

The Vaccination Debate takes a rational approach to discussing the science of vaccines in the context of everyday life. As Spinelli and Karinch examine the schedule of vaccines from birth through adolescence, the authors shed new light on this timely and controversial issue, writing with a tone that a pediatrician would use with curious, concerned parents. Many parents and health care professionals believe vaccines to be one of the best public health practices ever instituted on a widespread basis. Yet the anti-vaccine movement has increasingly become one of hesitation and fear. Which is the right choice to make for your children? To vaccinate or not to vaccinate? Both grounded in scientific data and consumer-friendly material, The Vaccination Debate serves as an essential reference guide for parents on the fence about vaccinating their kids, and for physicians trying to vaccinate their patients.

Marketing 2016

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Marketing 2016 by N.A Book Summary:

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Touch the Spirit

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Touch the Spirit by Deborah A Forrest Ph D,Deborah A. Forrest Book Summary:

Do you have a husband, wife, partner, sister, brother, aunt, uncle, parent, grandparent or patient who is suffering from some form of dementia? Would you like to know how to stay connected to them on a deep spiritual level? Dr. Forrest shows you how to do this in her newest book "Touch the Spirit." In it she details many different ways to open a window into the memory banks of a person with dementia by tapping into that person's long-forgotten passions in life. As a family member, friend or caregiver, Forrest shows you how to enjoy a meaningful connection to someone living with dementia. Some of the medical conditions covered include Alzheimer's disease, FTL dementia, Lewy Body dementia, Parkinson's disease, strokes, chemo-brain, open-heart surgery induced dementia, HIV/AIDS, and dementia brought on by a traumatic brain injury or some type of sports-related injury. "Touch the Spirit" offers unique pathways to the creation of what many describe as wondrous connections to a person with dementia. Through the use of personal stories from family members, friends and caregivers of persons with dementia, Forrest shows how the use of simple things in one's everyday life can produce remarkable results. Her stories are also laced with some of the most up to date research and latest information from the fields of aging, spirituality. and medicine. Knowing how difficult the process of aging can be, especially when mixed with dementia, Forrest believes that "Touch the Spirit" offers family members, friends and caregivers effective opportunities to connect to the person with a dementia condition, even when they seem lost or no longer there. Her latest work offers a new message of inspiration and hope.

Affective Health and Masculinities in South Africa

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Affective Health and Masculinities in South Africa by Hans Reihling Book Summary:

Affective Health and Masculinities in South Africa explores how different masculinities modulate substance use, interpersonal violence, suicidality, and AIDS as well as recovery cross-culturally. With a focus on three male protagonists living in very distinct urban areas of Cape Town, this comparative ethnography shows that men’s struggles to become invulnerable increase vulnerability. Through an analysis of masculinities as social assemblages, the study shows how affective health problems are tied to modern individualism rather than African ‘tradition’ that has become a cliché in Eurocentric gender studies. Affective health is conceptualized as a balancing act between autonomy and connectivity that after colonialism and apartheid has become compromised through the imperative of self-reliance. This book provides a rare perspective on young men’s vulnerability in everyday life that may affect the reader and spark discussion about how masculinities in relationships shape physical and psychological health. Moreover, it shows how men change in the face of distress in ways that may look different than global health and gender-transformative approaches envision. Thick descriptions of actual events over the life course make the study accessible to both graduate and undergraduate students in the social sciences. Contributing to current debates on mental health and masculinity, this volume will be of interest to scholars from various disciplines including anthropology, gender studies, African studies, psychology, and global health.

The Gut Healing Protocol

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The Gut Healing Protocol by Kale Brock Book Summary:

Heal Your Gut Holistically Mounting scientific evidence is confirming what Hippocrates said some 2,400 years ago, that, "all disease begins in the gut." Nurturing and maintaining a healthy intestinal microbiome has become a topic of great interest to both mainstream medicine and progressive health enthusiasts. In The Gut Healing Protocol, Australian health journalist Kale Brock delivers a comprehensive, holistic 8-week program to overcoming the common diet and lifestyle-related problems of inflammation and intestinal permeability through healthy diet and stress management endeavors. The Gut Healing Protocol contains over 30 recipes to help friendly bacteria predominate in your gut, and actively heal gut lining that may have been damaged by the consumption of toxic foods and other adverse lifestyle practices. Other highlights of the book include: A scientific round-up of the gut; how it works and how it can influence your health How antibiotics can leave you vulnerable to gut dysbiosis and strategies to heal from such damage How leaky gut can impact health throughout the body--especially inflammatory and autoimmune conditions--and how to heal with targeted foods and supplements The "gut-brain" connection, including how most of your "feel good" hormone serotonin is made in the gut and the profound effects that this has on brain function The roles played by the various microbes who live on and inside of you Why eliminating certain foods can drastically decrease the inflammation in the gut Extensive description of the proper integration and benefits of prebiotics, probiotics and fermented foods Details about the functional medicine strategy of "Weeding, Seeding & Feeding" to heal a damaged gut The destructive effects of common gut irritants like wheat, dairy, sugar, alcohol, and artificial sweeteners Complementary holistic healing strategies such as anti-microbials, alkalizing foods, bone broth, proper chewing, food combining, oil pulling, and supplementation Taking BEEMS time (Breath, Eat, Earth, Move, Sunshine) to support physical and psychological health Intensive FAQ section discussing troubleshooting and commonly misunderstood topics including as FODMAP, SIBO, constipation, veganism and gut health, dealing with conflicting mainstream medical advice The Gut Healing Protocol is a lively and engaging read that offers the information and practical guidance you need to become well versed in the gut microbiome. You'll finish with the confidence to heal a damaged gut and enjoy optimal immune, digestive, physical, and cognitive function for the rest of your life.

Apples Cookbook

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Apples Cookbook by Gooseberry Patch Book Summary:

Get a taste of Gooseberry Patch in this collection of over 20 favorite apple recipes! The best of the best in a handy size! Apples is filled with irresistible recipes like apple orchard green beans, homemade applesauce and old-fashioned apple dumplings, plus lots of tips that feature our favorite fruit.

Terrific Terriers

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Terrific Terriers by Ironpower Publishing Book Summary:

Check out this fine collection of some of the cutest Terriers we could find. It's no wonder these lovable creatures are so popular with dog lovers. Terriers are typically small, wiry, very active and fearless. Terrific Terriers captures these darling little animals at their most adorable. This is book 6 in the Precious Pooches book series, and contains 40 full page color photographs.

Collins Speaking for Ielts

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Collins Speaking for Ielts by Karen Kovacs Book Summary:

If your speaking is preventing you from getting the score you need in IELTS, Collins Speaking for IELTS can help.Don't let one skill hold you back.

Two-Buck Chuck & The Marlboro Man

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Two-Buck Chuck & The Marlboro Man by Frank Bergon Book Summary:

Frank Bergon’s astonishing portrayals of people in California’s San Joaquin Valley reveal a country where the culture of a vanishing West lives on in many twenty-first-century Westerners, despite the radical technological transformations around them. All are immigrants, migrants, their children, or their grandchildren whose lives intertwine with the author’s, including several races and ethnicities: Chicanos, Mexicans, African Americans, Italians, Asians, Native Americans, Scots-Irish descendants of Steinbeck’s Okies, and Basques of the author’s own heritage. Bergon presents a powerful array of rural and small-town Westerners who often see themselves as part of a region and a way of life most Americans aren’t aware of or don’t understand, their voices unheard, their stories untold. In these essays, Westerners from the diverse heritage of the San Joaquin Valley include California’s legendary Fred Franzia, the maker of the world’s best-selling Charles Shaw wines dubbed “Two-Buck Chuck,” and Darrell Winfield, a Dust Bowl migrant and lifelong working cowboy who for more than thirty years reigned as the iconic Marlboro Man. Their voices help us understand the complexities of today’s rural West, where Old West values intersect with New West realities. This is the West (and America today)—a region in conflict with itself.

The Real Life of Anthony Burgess

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The Real Life of Anthony Burgess by Andrew Biswell Book Summary:

Anthony Burgess has attracted acclaim and notoriety in roughly equal measure. He is known to a wider audience as the author of A Clockwork Orange. Burgess was a man for whom chaos and creativity, fact and fiction, existed in a complex and unique balance. This biography talks about this professional writer.