A book review of "Rich Dad Poor Dad". This is one of the most popular personal finance books on the market today.
King Bartholomew and the Jester?s Riddle by Pina Mastromonaco is a wonderful, fun book with a humor level perfect for children aged four to eight. Entertaining riddles entice readers to try to guess the answer while enjoying the tale...
Is ours a post-religious world? Ask any born again Christian fundamentalist, militant Muslim, orthodox Jew, and nationalistic Hindu. Religion is on the rise, not on the wane. Eighteenth century enlightenment is besieged. As the author himself often admits, atheism, as a creed, is on the defensive.
Author of two books and many short stories, J.P. Ransom is busily writing a series of books called Colla?d Greens and two more upcoming books including a sequel to Born Evil...
Challenges such as stress, anxiety, illness and depression all contribute to a chaotic life. So how do you rid your life of the obstacles to your happiness and change it for the better?
I enjoyed reading this book. The characters were portrayed very well. Jack, a multimillionaire who experiences mid-life crisis and ends up finding meaning to his life ? but it costs him millions of dollars and emotional pain...
Want the inside track on what fuels the stars of NASCAR? Get it straight from the winner's circle with grill master, Big John Youk.
Few people would expect a book about taxes to take The New York Times bestseller list by storm, but that's exactly what The Fair Tax Book has done. For decades, Americans from every point on the political spectrum have moaned about April 15th and the maze of ridiculous instructions and high confiscatory taxation that accompanies that day. The current tax code is a labyrinth of over nine million pages of indecipherable jargon only a federal bureaucrat could fully appreciate. S...
If a cookie-cutter world of bland, expensive, poorly-insulated, mass-produced tract homes doesn't quite appeal to you, the book: The Straw Bale House might just serve as the inspiration necessary to escape the mundane.
We learn it in kindergarten: You should always share. But somehow, on the way to adulthood, we lose our desire to share, especially when it comes to money.
For many, the first step toward better health starts with better foot care.
The Seventh Jewel is a fantasy-adventure fiction geared for youth (ages 11 and up). J.J. Pritchard crammed several tantalizing elements in only 278 pages. The reader is taken on a journey that involves a treasure hunt, a noble quest and the discovery of an ancient civilization. The author touches upon family relationships, dealing with death...
The road to a healthy heart runs through the kitchen.
At a time when new poker books are pouring onto store shelves, Dennis Purdy is the first author to offer a unique approach to learning poker with The Illustrated Guide to Texas Hold?Em. The former gambling pro uses a visual problem-solving approach rather than a textual approach at teaching poker strategy.
"7 Habits" is one of the most popular self-improvement books on the market. This review tells you why should or shouldn't read this book.
Ready to shed those extra pounds? Eating right, not eating less is the answer, according to Dr. Mark Hyman in his new bestselling book, Ultrametabolism: The Simple Plan for Automatic Weight Loss.
Carl Veno?s book, Invisible Ink, provides an insider?s view of the newspaper world during the author?s 25-years as a journalist and editor - at a time when major events were having dramatic affects on American society...
Looking Glass is set in the not too distant future, in a gritty, unrefined, shattered North America. Hackers and IT security technicians fight a different kind of war in cyberspace. A serial killer has found a way to use the network to reach inside his victims brains, and use these brains as his weapon. Shroud is a security network team leader for a large retail company.
Advertising is telling the world how great you are, while publicity is having others tell the world how great you are. Companies and organizations that understand the importance of publicity are generally more successful than those who use advertising alone to reach their target audiences.
Carol Bennett writes a stunning mystery-thriller. Her chilling entrance is one I have encountered only rarely in a book. Here, we have a victim who looks like he had been swarmed by bees in the middle of a storm...
One of the great children's classics by C.S. Lewis, is brought to the screen in The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe. Set in wartime England, its plot has the four Pevensie children sent out of London for their safety. They end up in the country house of the eccentric Prof. Digory Kirke, and like all children removed from their usual source of fun and amusement, they're bored, bored, bored.
Do environmentalists have a monopoly on our world-view of energy consumption? What if our consumption of energy is not the problem, but rather the actual solution to the problems we face? The Bottomless Well presents an alternative view of the complex energy picture.
After 70 years audio books are still going strong. Nowadays it is very easy to download audio books from the Internet, which makes them more popular then ever befor.
Life Lines: Inspiration, Insight, and Wisdom for Daily Living is the first book by author Dave Meyer, husband of Joyce Meyers the reknowned Christian inspirational speaker. This 126 page devotional will certainly capture the interest of those who follow the Lord Jesus Christ.
Some people get a charge out of doing their own home electrical work.
Fern?s Dragon is a wonderfully fun read that stimulates the imagination of both young people and the young-at-heart alike. It is a good mystery-fantasy story that is artfully composed...