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Your GPS to Employment Success by Beverly A. Williams
Economies had barely recovered from the Great Recession of 2008 when the COVID-19 pandemic moved swiftly around the world threatening to devastate global economies and their populations yet again.
Working with Hand Tools by Paul N. Hasluck
An all-in-one guide containing everything there is to know about woodworking hand tools.
Whether you are a beginner with an idea in mind—and not a clue where to start—or an old pro with years of experience, you need the knowledge to ensure your project comes out right.
Woodworking with Hand by Editors of Fine Woodworking
For woodworkers, hand tools put the emphasis on the process of woodworking rather than the result. Yet hand tools also are essential to the highest level of craftsmanship, bringing a refinement to work that machines alone cannot produce.
Wood Pallet Wonders by Samantha Hartman
Rustic meets modern with the charming DIY guide, Wood Pallet Wonders. This instructional collection of twenty incredible home design projects uses wood pallets and reclaimed materials to create eye-catching storage and décor.
Wiring Complete by Michael Litchfield
This volume is a comprehensive, authoritative, and easy to use reference for homeowners covering all home wiring situations from the most basic to advanced. The only projects not covered are those that should be left to professionals.
The Woodworker’s Kitchen by A.J. Hamler
Anyone who has ever entertained knows that guests inevitably end up in the kitchen–so what better place to showcase your woodworking? Why not add a hand-crafted focal point–a kitchen island or handsome touches such as a cutting board, spice rack, or rolling pin? Whether you are outfitting your own kitchen or looking for a gift idea for a fellow foodie, The Woodworker’s Kitchen has a range of woodworking projects sure to add that special touch.
The Beautiful Poetry of Donald Trump by Rob Sears
All I ask is fairness People are constantly attacking my hair I think it’s very unfair Obama said he never met his uncle Oscar Can you imagine if I made that statement? It would be the electric chair What if there’s another side to Donald Trump? A sensitive, poetic side? Driven by this question, Rob Sears began combing The Donald’s words for signs of poetry. What he found was a revelation.
The Digital Marketing Handbook by Robert W Bly
Written to help marketers―from the Fortune 1000 to small business owners and solopreneurs―turn their websites from cost centers to profit centers, The Digital Marketing Handbook by legendary copywriting pioneer and marketing expert Robert W.
Quality Chop House by Haun Searley
The Quality Chop House has stood proudly on the corner of Farringdon Road and Exmouth Market since 1876. It’s been a working man’s caff, an Italian deli, a 90s celeb magnet and, for the last 6 years, one of London’s best-known, best-loved restaurants, with its famous confit potatoes regular topping lists of `dishes you can’t miss in London’ on websites across the globe.
South Carolina Country Roads by Tom Poland
Venture off the beaten path to forgotten roads, where a hidden South Carolina exists. Time-travel and dead-end at a ferry that leads to wild islands. Cross a rusting steel truss bridge into a scene from the 1930s
Paris Flea Market Style by Claudia Strasser
Shop and dream Paris style. If you love French interior design and bargain hunting, Paris is the place where your shopping daydreams come true. Claudia Strasser takes us on a winding tour through the Parisian flea markets finding decorative pieces all along the way.
People Fishing by Barbara Levine
Although people have fished for food since the dawn of time, fishing today is one of the most popular pastimes in the world―an estimated 220 million people worldwide are recreational anglers, according to the World Bank.
Paper Home by Esther Thorpe
Make 15 stunning origami projects for your home!
Although rooted in traditional shapes and techniques, Esther Thorpe’s origami designs have an altogether modern and beautifully graphic aesthetic. Her striking items appear more intricate than they actually are, and are perfect for easing novices into the craft and building their skills.
New Wild Garden by Ian Hodgson
New Wild Garden combines new approaches to a more naturalistic design with the practical side of growing wildflowers and shows how to incorporate wildflowers, real meadows and a looser meadow-style planting into gardens and wild spaces.
Making of a CEO by Sandeep K Krishna
The Making of a CEO is the result of interviews and analysis of top-level CEOs across various sectors. The book has it genesis in a popular course Krishnan taught at IIMB, where the students interviewed and analysed twenty CEOs to learn how they charted a clear path to the top. The book explores nuances of leading in different contexts like start-ups, large corporations, family businesses, educational institutions, not-for-profits, public sector and the government.
Leading with Questions by Michael J. Marquardt
Thoroughly revised and updated, Leading with Questions will help you encourage participation and teamwork, foster outside-the-box thinking, empower others, build relationships with customers, solve problems, and more.
Happy Songs for Piano by Editors of Hal Leonard
(Beginning Piano Solo Songbook). Hal Leonard Beginning Piano Solos are created for students in the first and second years of study. These arrangements include a simple presentation of melody, harmony and simplified rhythms. Songs in this book include: Ac-cent-tchu-ate the Positive * Don’t Worry, Be Happy * Happiness * Happy * Happy Together * High Hopes * Lovely Day * Octopus’s Garden * Singin’ in the Rain * You Are My Sunshine.
Focus Music and Religion of Morocco by Christopher Witulski
Focus: Music and Religion of Morocco introduces the region and its history, highlighting how the pressures of religious life, post-colonial economic struggle, and global media come together within Moroccan musical life.
Flower and Painting by Mieko Nakamura
If there are 100 people, there are 100 lives, and there are many different positions, circumstances, ways of thinking, and ways of feeling.
Felt Fashion by Jenne Giles
Felting is an ancient craft that enjoys an endless variety of forms and uses. Felt Fashion captures the art and sophistication that is possible with handmade felt, while keeping it simple and attainable for anyone to master.
Favorite Crafts for Kids by Martha Stewart
Martha Stewart’s Favorite Crafts for Kids focuses on craft projects that children, aged three to twelve, can make with their parents. These projects are fun, yet serve a practical purpose; children can wear, decorate, and play with what they make. Filled with ideas for a range of ages, skill levels, and interests, this book lets children’s creativity run wild, while creating precious memories as parents and kids learn and create as a team.
Emotional Connection EmC Strategy by Lola Gershfeld
This book lights the way to appreciating the importance of developing the emotional language to describe, acknowledge, and address emotions in the workplace using a proven and methodical approach absent in most other EI strategies. Ann was agitated and troubled as she summoned the courage to recount what had happened.
Divergent Tracks by Vanessa Theme Ament
By examining three case studies of award-winning soundtracks from cult films-Barton Fink (1991), Bram Stoker’s Dracula (1992), and The English Patient (1996)-it becomes clear that major American film communities, when confronted with the initial technological changes of the 1990s, experienced similar challenges with the inelegant transition from analogue to digital.
DIY Statement Necklaces by Erin Pruckno
It’s time to make a statement with these stylish necklaces! Stand out from the crowd with the beautifully bold jewelry in DIY Statement Necklaces! Featuring step-by-step instructions and photographs for 35 one-of-a-kind necklaces, this jewelry guide shows you how to transform your entire wardrobe—without spending a fortune. Best of all, each chapter includes quick tutorials on how to customize jewelry materials to create eye-catching statement necklaces that reflect your taste and style.
100 Great Keyboard Intros Songbook by Hal Leonard Corp
(Keyboard Riffs). This unique resource shows you how to play the piano intros to 100 favorite songs, including: Against All Odds (Take a Look at Me Now) * All of Me * Axel F * Babe * Bennie and the Jets * Bless the Broken Road * Blueberry Hill * Brick * Bridge over Troubled Water * Clocks * (They Long to Be) Close to You * Cold As Ice * Come Sail Away * Crazy * Deacon Blues * Dream On * Faithfully ….
Amazing Paper Crafts Projects by Amber Burns
Not sure how more people don’t have a love for paper crafts. How about you? If you don’t know by now how so many things there are that you can make from a simple piece of paper, you are about to learn.
Bring the Wild Into Your Garden by Annie Burdick
Show nature the kindness it deserves Whether you long to see butterflies flit across your flowerbeds or hear birdsong all year round, there’s something endlessly rewarding about playing host to wildlife. With practical projects and helpful tips for gardens big and small, this guide will help boost local biodiversity and benefit countless native species.
50 Knots You Need to Know by Marty Allen
Learn 50 knots for sailing, climbing, camping, and more