49 NonFiction Books
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Workers’ Inquiry and Global Class Struggle by Robert Ovetz
Rumours of the death of the global labour movement have been greatly exaggerated. Rising phoenix-like from the ashes of the old trade union movement, workers’ struggle is being reborn from below by workers themselves.
Woman Evolve by Sarah Jakes Roberts
Reimagining the story of Eve, Sarah Jakes Roberts draws lessons from Scripture and from her own life that show women how to use the mistakes of their past to overcome the challenges of today.
Women of Color and Social Media by Keisha Edwards Tassie
Women of Color and Social Media Multitasking: Blogs, Timelines, Feeds, and Community explores and critically analyzes the motivations and uses of social media by women of color. This edited collection seeks to determine how, and why, women of color make strategic use of social media as a social, professional, personal, and political tool for navigating the world.
Unconscious in Age of Neuroscience by Hallie B. Durchslag
The Collective Unconscious in the Age of Neuroscience brings the connection between C. G. Jung’s theory of a collective unconscious, neuroscience, and personal experiences of severe mental illness to life. Hallie B. Durchslag uses narrative analysis to examine four autobiographical accounts of mental illness, including her own, and illuminate the interplay between psychic material and human physiology that Jung intuited to exist.
This is a Good Guide by Marieke Eyskoot
This is a good guide for a sustainable lifestyle. It’s as simple as that. Would you like to live a bit more consciously, but don’t know how? And rather not put much time, money or effort into it? Then this is the book for you.
The Power of Creative Destruction by Philippe Aghion
From one of the world’s leading economists and his coauthors, a cutting-edge analysis of what drives economic growth and a blueprint for prosperity under capitalism.
Today I Am Free by Richard Dotts
Can the actions, thoughts or words of another person prevent or delay your manifestations? Do the opinions of others matter in terms of what you can create in your own life? How do your interpersonal and daily interactions with others affect your outer, physical manifestations? How does low self-esteem and the feelings of guilt or shame affect our manifestations? What about bad habits and addictions which we sweep under the rug? Can they affect our desired manifestations as well even though we do not talk about them?
The Immune System Recovery Plan by Susan Blum
Are you constantly exhausted? Do you frequently feel sick? Are you hot when others are cold, or cold when everyone else is warm? Do you have trouble thinking clearly, aka brain fog? Do you often feel irritable? Are you experiencing hair loss, dry skin, or unexplained weight fluctuation? Do your joints ache or swell but you dont know why? Do you have an overall sense of not feeling your best, but it has been going on so long its actually normal to you? IF you answered yes to any of these questions, you may have an autoimmune disease, and this book is the medicine you need. Among the most prevalent forms of chronic illness in this country, autoimmune disease affects nearly 23.5 million Americans. This epidemica result of the toxins…
The Toyota Product Development System by James Morgan
The ability to bring new and innovative products to market rapidly is the prime critical competence for any successful consumer-driven company. All industries, especially automotive, are slashing product development lead times in the current hyper-competitive marketplace. This book is the first to thoroughly examine and analyze the truly effective product development methodology that has made Toyota the most forward-thinking company in the automotive industry.
The Cinema in Flux by Lenny Lipton
The first of its kind, this book traces the evolution of motion picture technology in its entirety. Beginning with Huygen’s magic lantern and ending in the current electronic era, it explains cinema’s scientific foundations and the development of parallel enabling technologies alongside the lives of the innovators. Product development issues, business and marketplace factors, the interaction of aesthetic and technological demands, and the patent system all play key roles in the tale.
The Five Tool Negotiator by Russell Korobkin
From leading negotiation expert Russell Korobkin comes this revelatory guide that distills the keys to bargaining into five simple-yet-sophisticated tools that anyone can master. The Five Tool Negotiator stands apart in a category saturated with breezy, self-help volumes as a compulsively readable and highly researched must-have for anyone looking to improve their bargaining skills.
The First Wall Street by Robert E. Wright
When Americans think of investment and finance, they think of Wall Street—though this was not always the case. During the dawn of the Republic, Philadelphia was the center of American finance. The first stock exchange in the nation was founded there in 1790, and around it the bustling thoroughfare known as Chestnut Street was home to the nation’s most powerful financial institutions.
The Ecology of Herbal Medicine by Dara Saville
The Ecology of Herbal Medicine introduces botanical medicine through an in-depth exploration of the land, presenting a unique guide to plants found across the American Southwest. An accomplished herbalist and geographer, Dara Saville offers readers an ecological manual for developing relationships with the land and plants in a new theoretical approach to using herbal medicines.
The Essential Diversity Mindset by Soo Bong Peer
A fresh and practical approach to diversity—as a mindset, not as a formula. “A rich combination of personal stories, research data, and excellent advice to help us think and talk beyond the limits of labels to see, respect, and appreciate the individuals within.” — from the foreword by Clarence Page In our divided climate with heightened concerns and emotions over inclusion, racism, and activism, The Essential Diversity Handbook offers a transformative approach to diversity—as a mindset, not as a formula.
The Certainty Principle by David Douglass Light
Close your eyes and think back to a moment in your life when you felt the sensation of absolute certainty. Of being confidently and optimistically at home in your bones. A deep sense of belonging right where you were, doing exactly what you were supposed to be doing.
The Body and the Screen by Kate Ince
Since the 1980s the number of women regularly directing films has increased significantly in most Western countries; in France, Claire Denis and Catherine Breillat have joined Agnès Varda in gaining international renown, while British directors Lynne Ramsay and Andrea Arnold have forged award-winning careers in feature film.
The American Villain by Richard A. Hall
The American Villain: Encyclopedia of Bad Guys in Comics, Film, and Television seeks to provide one go-to reference for the study of the most popular and iconic villains in American popular culture.
The Basic Laws of Human Stupidity, 2021 Ed by Carlo M Cipolla
“A masterly book” —Nassim Nicholas Taleb, author of The Black Swan “A classic” —Simon Kuper, Financial Times An economist explores the five laws that confirm our worst fears: stupid people can and do rule the world Throughout history, a powerful force has hindered the growth of human welfare and happiness. It is more powerful than the Mafia or the military. It has global catastrophic effects and can be found anywhere from the world’s most powerful boardrooms to your local bar. It is human stupidity.
Supply Chain Planning by Matthew J. Liberatore
Through this book, practitioners will obtain valuable new insights and examples of implementable frameworks and methods for managing their supply chain functions and organizations. The critical role that supply chain planning contributes to a firm’s financial well-being has never been greater. All too often, however, considerable managerial resources are directed toward planning activities with minimal results. In this book, we present proven, practical management frameworks used by the authors to support supply chain operations management and planning in private industry.
Screenwriters in French Cinema by Sarah Leahy
Screenwriters have been central figures in French cinema since the conversion to sound, from early French-language talkies for the domestic market to lavish literary adaptations of the notorious ‘quality tradition’ of the 1950s, and from the ‘aesthetic revolution’ of the New Wave to the contemporary popular and auteur film in the 2000s. The first English language study to addr
Sunnyside Gardens by Jeffrey A. Kroessler
The first book devoted to this landmark of architecture, urban planning, and social engineering
Situated in the borough of Queens, New York, Sunnyside Gardens has been an icon of urbanism and planning since its inception in the 1920s.
Song of Increase by Jacqueline Freeman
The most joyful emanation produced by a colony of bees is known as the “song of increase”—declaring that the hive is flourishing and the bees are happy in its abundance. Song of Increase takes us inside the world of the honeybee to glean the wisdom of these fascinating creatures with whom humanity has shared a sacred bond for millennia.
Relationship Rocket Science by Jessica Webb
This workbook is designed to focus your energy on intentional healing. Let me help you revisit issues that need addressing, repair areas of brokenness, and restore peace and connectivity to your life’s purpose! This workbook will take you through a series of tasks that will assist you in developing spiritual and emotional skills that will last you through this tough season and beyond!
Scrapbooking for Dummies by Joan Wines
Ready to preserve your memories digitally? This interactive reference explains the basics of this fast, versatile new hobby, giving you the lowdown on the equipment and programs you need to create beautiful pages. You also get expert tips on digital photography, graphic design, scanning, journaling, filters, and fonts.
Poverty and Famines by Amartya Sen
This book focuses on the causes of starvation in general and famines in particular. The traditional analysis of famines is shown to be fundamentally defective, and the author develops an alternative analysis.
Personal Finance After 50 For Dummies, 3rd Ed by Eric Tyson
Retirement is lasting longer for all of us. That’s why—and however long you decide to keep working—it’s essential to plan ahead so you can live your post-career life as you wish. The latest edition of Personal Finance After 50 For Dummies details what you need to know—making it the perfect book to shelve next to your diet and fitness library, so you can keep your finances, as well as your health, in peak condition.
Methodology for Enterprise Architecture by Douglas T. Erickson
This book describes a methodology for architecting, designing, and constructing an enterprise that specifies what to do, but more importantly, how to it, and why you would want to do it that way! The methodological concepts, principles, conventions, and practices presented in this book have been developed and put into practice for over 25 years; and the results are dramatic and worthy of pursuit by any enterprise.
Narkomania by Jennifer J. Carroll
Against the backdrop of a post-Soviet state set aflame by geopolitical conflict and violent revolution, Narkomania considers whether substance use disorders are everywhere the same and whether our responses to drug use presuppose what kind of people those who use drugs really are. Jennifer J. Carroll’s ethnography is a story about public health and international efforts to quell the spread of HIV.
Music Marketing for the DIY Musician by Borry Borg
Do it yourself and succeed! More and more artists are taking advantage of new technologies to try and build successful careers. But in this expanding competitive marketplace, serious do-it-yourself musicians need structured advice more than ever. In Music Marketing for the DIY Musician, veteran musician and industry insider Bobby Borg presents a strategic, step-by-step guide to producing a fully customized, low-budget plan of attack for marketing one’s music.
Mercedes-Benz Sport-Light Coupe by Nik Greene
In the very beginning, the automotive industry was dominated by open-top vehicles whose body shapes were very much based on the horse-drawn carriage, there were open and closed carriages and then there was the Coupe. These were developed from the type of carriage known as the Berlin coach, which was designed as a classic vehicle for individual luxury travel and prestige.
Love Without Reason by LaRayia Gaston
Activist, documentary filmmaker, and founder of the nonprofit Lunch on Me, LaRayia Gaston offers inspiring and practical guidance for bringing kindness, generosity, and love to a world in need. If the world’s problems feel overwhelming and making a difference seems impossible, you’re not alone. So many of us wish we could be doing something good and purposeful, but we get stuck.
Life Lessons from the Dog by Amy Newmark
You can’t help but be changed when you have a dog. They teach us about devotion, loyalty, and the value of living in the moment. They show us how to appreciate every day, and somehow, in those deep eyes, we learn about ourselves as well, becoming better humans. Our canine companions teach us many lessons, from their puppy days to their quiet senior years.
Intuition at Work by Melanie Barnum
INTUITIVE WAYS TO REACH YOUR PERSONAL AND PROFESSIONAL GOALS Turn intuition into a superpower you can leverage for success. Through hands-on exercises, inspiring stories, and clever techniques, Intuition at Work shows you how to accelerate your career and improve your personal life. Psychic and life coach Melanie Barnum demystifies intuition and its use in business so you can banish doubt and achieve your goals.
How to Thrive at Work by Stephen J. Mordue
An essential read for anyone experiencing low level anxiety or stress, this book pulls together the various individual strands of business logic, scientific research, self-care, spirituality and common sense to provide a one-stop guide to thriving at work.
Humanizing Healthcare by Summer Knight
From a top healthcare futurist, frontline innovator, and Deloitte consultant comes a bold new vision for Humanizing Healthcare—hardwiring humanity at every point of care—that is good for people and good for business. Our nation’s healthcare and life science industry has changed dramatically over the past few decades—and not always for the better. In addition to rising costs and access challenges, the current system has caused needless suffering for patients and clinicians alike: physically, emotionally, financially, and socially.
Fashion Design by Denis Antoine
This introduction to fashion is aimed at students of fashion design across the world. By following the design process, from historical and commercial industry context to final collection presentation, the book provides a clear guide for students as they discover what designing for fashion entails.
How to Coach Your Team by Pam Jones
How to Coach Your Team helps business managers coach their teams to peak professional performance.
How to Play Chess for Beginners by Daniel Reese
Master the Game of Logic and Become a Brilliant Chess Player in No Time.
At first glance, a chessboard is an intimidating place. 32 pieces face off across a landscape of black and white alternating squares, and each has its own unique way of moving. Before you even pick up the first piece, dozens of questions pop up.
Healing and the Mind by Bill Moyers
In the best-selling companion volume to the PBS series, acclaimed television journalist Bill Moyers explores the fascinating, complex, powerful connection between mind and body in human health. Ancient medical science told us our minds and bodies are one. So did philosophers of old. Now, modern science and new research are helping us to understand these connections.
Essential Economics for Business by John Sloman
If you are a student on a business or management degree or diploma and taking a module which includes economics, then this text is written for you. The text covers the core economics that you will need as a business student, but also various business-related topics not typically covered in an introductory economics textbook, such as business organisation and strategy.
Guerrilla Marketing Job Escape Plan by Jay Conrad Levinson
Yes! You Can Escape Your Job—-If You Win the 10 Battles Required to Go Out On Your Own! Yes, you can do this. You can quit your job, start a business, and never have to work for anybody else ever again. You can do this regardless of whether you feel confident or afraid, your age, your family situation, your education, where you live, and how much time and money you have.
Fodor’s New England, 34 Edition by Fodor’s Travel Guides
Whether you want to visit Cape Cod’s beaches, eat lobster in Maine, or ski in Vermont, the local Fodor’s travel experts in New England are here to help! Fodor’s New England guidebook is packed with maps, carefully curated recommendations, and everything else you need to simplify your trip-planning process and make the most of your time. This new edition has been fully redesigned with an easy-to-read layout, fresh information, and beautiful color photos.
Fitness 9 to 5 by Shirley Archer
The latest trend in fitness for the overworked and underexercised? The office cubicle, of course! Fitness 9 to 5 is the perfect antidote to long hours hunched over a desk and missed dates with the gym. This handy book features 75 quick and easy exercises that can be performed discreetly while sitting at a desk, standing at a file cabinet, and even on the morning commute. Coffee Pot Curls in the kitchenette build up biceps, while Stairwell Bun Blasters are sure to improve the bottom line. And stress-busters for tired eyes and wrists keep computer fatigue at bay. A calorie count is provided for each exercise, so it’s easy to see how simple changes can shed pounds. With charming illustrations and step-by-step instructions, Fitness 9 to 5 is the best defense against the office candy jar.
Five Minute Therapy by Sarah Crosby
This book is your pocket therapist Five Minute Therapy makes being the best version of yourself quick and easy. Who am I? What does that dreaded phrase ‘Just be yourself’ even mean? What does it mean to be ‘authentic’? These big questions can feel overwhelming; in Five-Minute Therapy, psychotherapist Sarah Crosby will help you to find the answers with psychological explorations, exercises and guidance to apply to your own life, one step at a time. Including chapters on attachment, boundaries, self talk, triggers, reparenting and more, this book will help you to find long-lasting happiness, confidence and calm in yourself and your relationships.
Disney Raya and the Last Dragon by DK
Get the lowdown on Disney’s epic new movie Raya and the Last Dragon in this perfect companion guide!
Difficult Women on Television Drama
Difficult Women on Television Drama analyses select case studies from international TV dramas to examine the unresolved feminist issues they raise or address: equal labor force participation, the demand for sexual pleasure and freedom, opposition to sexual and domestic violence, and the need for intersectional approaches.N/A
Breaking into Acting For Dummies, 2nd Ed by Larry Garrison
Understand the business side of your showbiz career We all know acting can be a glittering whirl of glamour—plush red carpets, simply divine outfits, huge sums of money, and oh, the parties! But what a lot of wannabe actors forget is that it takes a lot of practical work to get to the flashbulbs of your first premiere, and that the savviest actors put as much stress on the business side of the profession as they do on the show.
Agile Leadership by Alex Campbell
Are you new to leadership but have a history of working with Agile methodology? Are you working with a new team and want to apply agile leadership? Do the younger generations you work with have a different perception of agile methodology? Are you tired of reading the same agile leadership tips time and again?N/A