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Lance Winslow

Learn About Central Asian Republics, Emerging Asian Nations - Book

One of the most interesting regions of the world is Central Asia. And it is interesting because Americans don't know a whole lot about this area, even though so...

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Deidre Lin

A Book of Dichotomise: Ceremony by Leslie Marmon Silko

Delve Into The World Of Healing Through Ceremony as this story takes us to the depths of our unconscious and back up again. A thoughtful read for anyone who wants...

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Laura Schroeder

Sometimes change comes when and where you least expect it. Wherever your everyday path leads you is an opportunity to make a difference. We may not have the same experiences that Greg Mortenson did

By: Laura Schroeder l Book Reviews > Multicultural l Jan 05, 2012

An excellent read about two girls that had been switched at birth. One was Amish and the other a typical American girl who both found out through a letter from a nurse that was getting old and

By: Cy Hilterman l Book Reviews > Multicultural l Nov 06, 2011

Books are the gateway to learning. They let us explore different worlds, people, languages, foods, etc. Sometimes the things we learn from books are obvious, such as reading a recipe for chocolate

By: Amanda G Wolfbauer l Book Reviews > Multicultural l Jul 06, 2011
Jade Meng

Living is meaningful and beautiful on its own. It doesn't take much to be happy. Good Luck and Best Wishes, an ode to life, is included in the short story collection Street Wizards and Other New

By: Jade Meng l Book Reviews > Multicultural l May 15, 2011
Bennie N Winter

At home in his topic's habitat, History-Geography Professor and author Dailey makes his home in Bethlehem, Israel; he attempts to correlate modern expectations with his perception of first century

By: Bennie N Winter l Book Reviews > Multicultural l Mar 14, 2011
Alain Burrese

How many times have you gone to a Chinese restaurant and figured out what animal from the Chinese zodiac represented you? You also probably read the description of those of that animal's

By: Alain Burrese l Book Reviews > Multicultural l Mar 13, 2011
Lance Winslow

One of the most interesting regions of the world is Central Asia. And it is interesting because Americans don't know a whole lot about this area, even though so much early history had been written

By: Lance Winslow l Book Reviews > Multicultural l Feb 10, 2011
Lance Winslow

Yes, Pakistan is a very important country, and its location makes it a pivotal focal point for that part of the world. Consider if you will that India has 1.3 billion people and borders Pakistan.

By: Lance Winslow l Book Reviews > Multicultural l Feb 10, 2011
Lance Winslow

Libya is a very important country in North Africa, and what happens there does affect the region, much more than you might believe. If you've watched the UN meetings on TV you can immediately see

By: Lance Winslow l Book Reviews > Multicultural l Feb 10, 2011
Deidre Lin

Delve Into The World Of Healing Through Ceremony as this story takes us to the depths of our unconscious and back up again. A thoughtful read for anyone who wants to 'peel the onion' of their

By: Deidre Lin l Book Reviews > Multicultural l Feb 08, 2011
Ilana D

What it is happening when you are trying to learn another foreign language? What do we learn and what do we have to forget? Dreaming in Hindi is a fascinating journey across culture and brain

By: Ilana D l Book Reviews > Multicultural l Dec 19, 2010
Mark Lawrence Lovett

Blessed Unrest by Paul Hawken is an amazing book about the millions of organizations around the world that deal with critical issues of hunger, poverty, social justice, warfare, climate change and

By: Mark Lawrence Lovett l Book Reviews > Multicultural l Nov 14, 2010

In 2001 the Great Mexican Drug War was not yet in full swing. That didn't happen until 2006 when President Felipe Calderon decided to take on the independent "cowboy cartels" with the Mexican Army.

By: Edgar Clinton l Book Reviews > Multicultural l Oct 18, 2010
Nugroho Angkasa

Mrs Shambana said that peace is the celebration of plurality. This insightful definition of peace was stated by this member of the Indian Parliament at the global forum "The Power of Peace through

By: Nugroho Angkasa l Book Reviews > Multicultural l Oct 06, 2010
Joseph Spence, Sr.

Jessica in the daughter of a Jew named Shylock, in Shakespeare's-The Merchant of Venice. She rebels against her father's rules and ran away with a portion of his money. She would have fared better if

By: Joseph Spence, Sr. l Book Reviews > Multicultural l Sep 29, 2010

The great old man (as he is lovingly called) of the Indian literature, or the symbol of it, is again back with a bang (he has this happy knack or habit of coming back and surprising us time and

By: Prasoon Kumar l Book Reviews > Multicultural l Aug 21, 2010

When Greg Mortenson traversed Pakistan's rugged terrain in 1993, it was to climb and conquer the indomitable K2. He left the country without conquering the peak, yet he left with something more

By: Julia P l Book Reviews > Multicultural l Aug 19, 2010

In Antigone, written by Sophocles, Antigone is a person who know's exactly who she is and where she comes from and will stand by that, to the very end. This story shows a different type of

By: Carolina White l Book Reviews > Multicultural l Aug 05, 2010

Getting a copy of a galley copy of a potential best seller is always exciting. And, this time, I actually did some good by using the Youth First Texas support option.

By: Craig Williams, Ph.D. l Book Reviews > Multicultural l May 27, 2010
Coley Russell

The invisible Man touches on the controversial issue of race relations in America. Ellison's highly acclaimed work also gives evidence of the identity crisis that all men of African descent are

By: Coley Russell l Book Reviews > Multicultural l Apr 11, 2010
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Lance Winslow

One of the most interesting regions of the world is Central Asia. And it is interesting because Americans don't know a whole lot about this area, even though so much early history had been written

By: Lance Winslow l Book Reviews > Multicultural l Feb 10, 2011 lViews: 202 lComments: 0
Deidre Lin

Delve Into The World Of Healing Through Ceremony as this story takes us to the depths of our unconscious and back up again. A thoughtful read for anyone who wants to 'peel the onion' of their

By: Deidre Lin l Book Reviews > Multicultural l Feb 08, 2011 lViews: 82 lComments: 0

An excellent read about two girls that had been switched at birth. One was Amish and the other a typical American girl who both found out through a letter from a nurse that was getting old and

By: Cy Hilterman l Book Reviews > Multicultural l Nov 06, 2011 lViews: 69 lComments: 0
Jade Meng

Living is meaningful and beautiful on its own. It doesn't take much to be happy. Good Luck and Best Wishes, an ode to life, is included in the short story collection Street Wizards and Other New

By: Jade Meng l Book Reviews > Multicultural l May 15, 2011 lViews: 69 lComments: 0
Laura Schroeder

Sometimes change comes when and where you least expect it. Wherever your everyday path leads you is an opportunity to make a difference. We may not have the same experiences that Greg Mortenson did

By: Laura Schroeder l Book Reviews > Multicultural l Jan 05, 2012 lViews: 67 lComments: 0
Alain Burrese

How many times have you gone to a Chinese restaurant and figured out what animal from the Chinese zodiac represented you? You also probably read the description of those of that animal's

By: Alain Burrese l Book Reviews > Multicultural l Mar 13, 2011 lViews: 64 lComments: 0
Lance Winslow

Yes, Pakistan is a very important country, and its location makes it a pivotal focal point for that part of the world. Consider if you will that India has 1.3 billion people and borders Pakistan.

By: Lance Winslow l Book Reviews > Multicultural l Feb 10, 2011 lViews: 59 lComments: 0
Bennie N Winter

At home in his topic's habitat, History-Geography Professor and author Dailey makes his home in Bethlehem, Israel; he attempts to correlate modern expectations with his perception of first century

By: Bennie N Winter l Book Reviews > Multicultural l Mar 14, 2011 lViews: 56 lComments: 0

Books are the gateway to learning. They let us explore different worlds, people, languages, foods, etc. Sometimes the things we learn from books are obvious, such as reading a recipe for chocolate

By: Amanda G Wolfbauer l Book Reviews > Multicultural l Jul 06, 2011 lViews: 54 lComments: 0
Lance Winslow

Libya is a very important country in North Africa, and what happens there does affect the region, much more than you might believe. If you've watched the UN meetings on TV you can immediately see

By: Lance Winslow l Book Reviews > Multicultural l Feb 10, 2011 lViews: 53 lComments: 0
Mark Lawrence Lovett

Blessed Unrest by Paul Hawken is an amazing book about the millions of organizations around the world that deal with critical issues of hunger, poverty, social justice, warfare, climate change and

By: Mark Lawrence Lovett l Book Reviews > Multicultural l Nov 14, 2010 lViews: 49 lComments: 0
Ilana D

What it is happening when you are trying to learn another foreign language? What do we learn and what do we have to forget? Dreaming in Hindi is a fascinating journey across culture and brain

By: Ilana D l Book Reviews > Multicultural l Dec 19, 2010 lViews: 47 lComments: 0

The book 'World Passport for Global Managers' has been written by world renowned management consultant Walter Vieira purposely to acclimatise those who keep moving or are inclined to move from place

By: Binay Srivastava l Book Reviews > Multicultural l Apr 06, 2010 lViews: 47 lComments: 0
Nugroho Angkasa

Mrs Shambana said that peace is the celebration of plurality. This insightful definition of peace was stated by this member of the Indian Parliament at the global forum "The Power of Peace through

By: Nugroho Angkasa l Book Reviews > Multicultural l Oct 06, 2010 lViews: 45 lComments: 0

In Antigone, written by Sophocles, Antigone is a person who know's exactly who she is and where she comes from and will stand by that, to the very end. This story shows a different type of

By: Carolina White l Book Reviews > Multicultural l Aug 05, 2010 lViews: 43 lComments: 0
Coley Russell

The invisible Man touches on the controversial issue of race relations in America. Ellison's highly acclaimed work also gives evidence of the identity crisis that all men of African descent are

By: Coley Russell l Book Reviews > Multicultural l Apr 11, 2010 lViews: 42 lComments: 0

The great old man (as he is lovingly called) of the Indian literature, or the symbol of it, is again back with a bang (he has this happy knack or habit of coming back and surprising us time and

By: Prasoon Kumar l Book Reviews > Multicultural l Aug 21, 2010 lViews: 40 lComments: 0
Lance Winslow

The Hispanic and Latino market is on fire, there is a lot of spendable income there and they love personal electronics, and they are good voters. This is changing the dynamics in the United States

By: Lance Winslow l Book Reviews > Multicultural l Mar 18, 2010 lViews: 37 lComments: 0

In 2001 the Great Mexican Drug War was not yet in full swing. That didn't happen until 2006 when President Felipe Calderon decided to take on the independent "cowboy cartels" with the Mexican Army.

By: Edgar Clinton l Book Reviews > Multicultural l Oct 18, 2010 lViews: 37 lComments: 0

When Greg Mortenson traversed Pakistan's rugged terrain in 1993, it was to climb and conquer the indomitable K2. He left the country without conquering the peak, yet he left with something more

By: Julia P l Book Reviews > Multicultural l Aug 19, 2010 lViews: 35 lComments: 0
1 2|  
Lance Winslow

One of the most interesting regions of the world is Central Asia. And it is interesting because Americans don't know a whole lot about this area, even though so much early history had been written

By: Lance Winslow l Book Reviews > Multicultural l Feb 10, 2011 lViews: 202 lComments: 0
Laura Schroeder

Sometimes change comes when and where you least expect it. Wherever your everyday path leads you is an opportunity to make a difference. We may not have the same experiences that Greg Mortenson did

By: Laura Schroeder l Book Reviews > Multicultural l Jan 05, 2012 lViews: 67 lComments: 0

An excellent read about two girls that had been switched at birth. One was Amish and the other a typical American girl who both found out through a letter from a nurse that was getting old and

By: Cy Hilterman l Book Reviews > Multicultural l Nov 06, 2011 lViews: 69 lComments: 0

Books are the gateway to learning. They let us explore different worlds, people, languages, foods, etc. Sometimes the things we learn from books are obvious, such as reading a recipe for chocolate

By: Amanda G Wolfbauer l Book Reviews > Multicultural l Jul 06, 2011 lViews: 54 lComments: 0
Jade Meng

Living is meaningful and beautiful on its own. It doesn't take much to be happy. Good Luck and Best Wishes, an ode to life, is included in the short story collection Street Wizards and Other New

By: Jade Meng l Book Reviews > Multicultural l May 15, 2011 lViews: 69 lComments: 0
Bennie N Winter

At home in his topic's habitat, History-Geography Professor and author Dailey makes his home in Bethlehem, Israel; he attempts to correlate modern expectations with his perception of first century

By: Bennie N Winter l Book Reviews > Multicultural l Mar 14, 2011 lViews: 56 lComments: 0
Alain Burrese

How many times have you gone to a Chinese restaurant and figured out what animal from the Chinese zodiac represented you? You also probably read the description of those of that animal's

By: Alain Burrese l Book Reviews > Multicultural l Mar 13, 2011 lViews: 64 lComments: 0
Lance Winslow

Yes, Pakistan is a very important country, and its location makes it a pivotal focal point for that part of the world. Consider if you will that India has 1.3 billion people and borders Pakistan.

By: Lance Winslow l Book Reviews > Multicultural l Feb 10, 2011 lViews: 59 lComments: 0
Lance Winslow

Libya is a very important country in North Africa, and what happens there does affect the region, much more than you might believe. If you've watched the UN meetings on TV you can immediately see

By: Lance Winslow l Book Reviews > Multicultural l Feb 10, 2011 lViews: 53 lComments: 0
Lance Winslow

The Hispanic and Latino market is on fire, there is a lot of spendable income there and they love personal electronics, and they are good voters. This is changing the dynamics in the United States

By: Lance Winslow l Book Reviews > Multicultural l Mar 18, 2010 lViews: 37 lComments: 0
Deidre Lin

Delve Into The World Of Healing Through Ceremony as this story takes us to the depths of our unconscious and back up again. A thoughtful read for anyone who wants to 'peel the onion' of their

By: Deidre Lin l Book Reviews > Multicultural l Feb 08, 2011 lViews: 82 lComments: 0
Ilana D

What it is happening when you are trying to learn another foreign language? What do we learn and what do we have to forget? Dreaming in Hindi is a fascinating journey across culture and brain

By: Ilana D l Book Reviews > Multicultural l Dec 19, 2010 lViews: 47 lComments: 0

The book 'World Passport for Global Managers' has been written by world renowned management consultant Walter Vieira purposely to acclimatise those who keep moving or are inclined to move from place

By: Binay Srivastava l Book Reviews > Multicultural l Apr 06, 2010 lViews: 47 lComments: 0

In 2001 the Great Mexican Drug War was not yet in full swing. That didn't happen until 2006 when President Felipe Calderon decided to take on the independent "cowboy cartels" with the Mexican Army.

By: Edgar Clinton l Book Reviews > Multicultural l Oct 18, 2010 lViews: 37 lComments: 0
Nugroho Angkasa

Mrs Shambana said that peace is the celebration of plurality. This insightful definition of peace was stated by this member of the Indian Parliament at the global forum "The Power of Peace through

By: Nugroho Angkasa l Book Reviews > Multicultural l Oct 06, 2010 lViews: 45 lComments: 0

The great old man (as he is lovingly called) of the Indian literature, or the symbol of it, is again back with a bang (he has this happy knack or habit of coming back and surprising us time and

By: Prasoon Kumar l Book Reviews > Multicultural l Aug 21, 2010 lViews: 40 lComments: 0
Mark Lawrence Lovett

Blessed Unrest by Paul Hawken is an amazing book about the millions of organizations around the world that deal with critical issues of hunger, poverty, social justice, warfare, climate change and

By: Mark Lawrence Lovett l Book Reviews > Multicultural l Nov 14, 2010 lViews: 49 lComments: 0
Joseph Spence, Sr.

Jessica in the daughter of a Jew named Shylock, in Shakespeare's-The Merchant of Venice. She rebels against her father's rules and ran away with a portion of his money. She would have fared better if

By: Joseph Spence, Sr. l Book Reviews > Multicultural l Sep 29, 2010 lViews: 32 lComments: 0

When Greg Mortenson traversed Pakistan's rugged terrain in 1993, it was to climb and conquer the indomitable K2. He left the country without conquering the peak, yet he left with something more

By: Julia P l Book Reviews > Multicultural l Aug 19, 2010 lViews: 35 lComments: 0

In Antigone, written by Sophocles, Antigone is a person who know's exactly who she is and where she comes from and will stand by that, to the very end. This story shows a different type of

By: Carolina White l Book Reviews > Multicultural l Aug 05, 2010 lViews: 43 lComments: 0
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