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Steve Jobs By Walter Isaacson
Biography of Steve Jobs Steve Jobs, was he a visionary, a genius, an inventor. He was all of this and more. He had an innate ability to invent things people wanted. He invented products people didn't even know they wanted! How did this come about? Steve Jobs knew how to…
By:  in  Book Reviews  >  Biographies Memoirs   Oct 13, 2012  
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Educative Toy Intended for Kids Utilized As Finding Out Aide In Order to Develop Knowledge In Addition to Motivation
Educational games for young children were the better plan through what kind can build interest with education from the little inquisitive minds connected with children. Children indicate curiosity in all of the things many people see, check out and find out. Parents adore to watch the children engage in with…
By:  in  Book Reviews  >  Biographies Memoirs   Aug 12, 2015  
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A Classic Book Review - Grey Owl Revisited
In large part due to the movie of the same name most of us have heard of Grey Owl, who for a good part of his life successfully adopted the persona of a First Nations wilderness man in the early 20th century. As a child growing up on the Canadian…
By:  in  Book Reviews  >  Biographies Memoirs   Apr 28, 2011  
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Tango 190 - PC David Rathband
With the help of Tony Horne, his ghost writer PC David Rathband wrote Tango 190 - The Gateshead shootings and the hunt for Raoul Moat. Tango 190 is his story from 3rd July 2010 when he started the shift that saw him blinded with a shotgun by Raoul Moat through…
By:  in  Book Reviews  >  Biographies Memoirs   Mar 12, 2012  
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Collectors Books
I have recently become very involved in selling books and enjoying it with immense pleasure. It basically all happened by default. I assisted a total stranger in doing admin (as I often do) on a particular page, as he is working on a DVD. The nest thing I knew, was…
By:  in  Book Reviews  >  Biographies Memoirs   Apr 25, 2012  
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No Easy Day - Not A Good Day for Seal Team 6
Controversy and Concern Brandon Webb's response to No Easy Day is... "This is not a good day for Seal Team Six." Webb a former Navy Seal himself and author of his own memoir, "The Red Circle," goes on to say " that the No Easy Day author has compromised the…
By:  in  Book Reviews  >  Biographies Memoirs   Aug 31, 2012  
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The Shocking Truth About Seal Team 6 And No Easy Day!
A Little History The beginnings of Seal Team 6 date back to the failed attempt to rescue hostages in Iran in 1980. Afterward, the Navy decided there was a need for a full time Counter Terrorist unit. Richard Marcinko, a Navy representative for a task force called TAT (Terrorist Action…
By:  in  Book Reviews  >  Biographies Memoirs   Sep 01, 2012  
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