Non Fiction Articles (11)
Greenspan's Anguish (thoreau As Economic Prophet And Other Essay)
Is it possible for the economy and the environment to survive and thrive in harmony? "Yes," says Professor James Eggert in his new book, "Greenspan's Anguish (Thoreau as Economic Prophet and Other Essays)." "Ecology and economics have the same prefix, eco-, from the Greek oikos, which literally means 'household.' The…
By:  in  Book Reviews  >  Non Fiction   Jan 07, 2014  
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Wisconsin Lore By Robert E Gard Andlg Sorden
The book I have is the 12th printing in 1987 of Wisconsin Lore. I saw that the third printing was in the 60's and I have not been able to track the first printing yet. From what I understand, it's a rare book, so I'm sure any printing before the…
By:  in  Book Reviews  >  Non Fiction   Jun 04, 2011  
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Natures Medicines By Gale Maleskey
My hardcover is copyrighted in 1999 and is 688 pages, including the index. Nature's Medicines is an interesting book to health supplements.While it is a lengthy book, you will give you some knowledge on vitamins and minerals and herbs. It explains how supplements may benefit and how to take them,…
By:  in  Book Reviews  >  Non Fiction   Jun 13, 2011  
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Protect Yourself And Profit In the Next Global financial Meltdown- Book Summary
The Bubble economy?There is a new concept to the understanding of the world economy as suggested by Wiedemer et al. in their book titled “Protect Yourself and Profit in the Next Global Financial Meltdown” It is known as the bubble economy. Just like a real bubble, it begins small and…
By:  in  Book Reviews  >  Non Fiction   Nov 15, 2011  
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The Silent Crime: What You Need To Know About Identity Theft
The above named book by Michael McCoy and Steffen Schmidt is probably one fo the best books on identity theft today. It is a follow-up to McCoy's book Who Is You: The Coming Epidemic of Identity Theft. It tells of how many people have been surprisingly ignorant of the seriousness…
By:  in  Book Reviews  >  Non Fiction   May 15, 2011  
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UFO's The Real Truth
What Is It All About? Everyone has heard of UFO sightings here in the U.S. and the rest of the world. Recently when a petition was sent to the White House urging the powers that be to reveal any information regarding any evidence that had been documented over the years…
By:  in  Book Reviews  >  Non Fiction   Nov 17, 2011  
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Clean It Fix It Eat It By Joey Green
Here's a helpful book with products likely to be in the house already and you may learn a new use for some. In Clean It Fix It Eat It, Joey Green and just plain folks, like you and me folks, have let the author know what works for them. He…
By:  in  Book Reviews  >  Non Fiction   May 21, 2011  
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“Notes From A Big Country” – Bill Bryson (a Book Review)
I’ve always been a fan of Bryson’s work so it was with anticipation that I started reading this account of his native country. I think I share his rather cynical view of modern human existence, his complete incomprehensibility of the “logic” of Microsoft and things electronic in general. This book…
By:  in  Book Reviews  >  Non Fiction   May 22, 2012  
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Whats The Worst That Could Happen? By Greg Craven Book Review
Greg Craven's book What's The Worst That Could Happen? A Rational Response To The CLimate Change Debate in my opinion is the best book yet written on the debate of global warming and climate change. Regardless of which side you're on in the debate, those who don't believe it will…
By:  in  Book Reviews  >  Non Fiction   Jan 08, 2012  
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The Great Gatsby
If you want to read only good books, you should know that there are countless masterpiece novels that fall in the category of various literary genres, so you are guaranteed to find something to your liking. Anyway, if you feel that you need a suggestion about a book that can…
By:  in  Book Reviews  >  Non Fiction   Feb 25, 2013  
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Ma Jeeters Girls By Dorothy Thomas
A very good book in collecting dust, though my copy is 1986, Ma Jeeter's Girls by Dorothy Thomas was first published in the 1930's. The book is dusted now because I just can not sneeze and type at the same time. Guess I am not good at multi-tasking. Dorothy Thomas…
By:  in  Book Reviews  >  Non Fiction   May 28, 2011  
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