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An Unusual Family: A Child’s Struggle with Life, School and ADHD

by Cally Stamp

An Unusual family: A child’s struggle with life, school and ADHD

Life is chaotic enough, but for 8 year-old Dennis it is downright mystifying. The doctor says Dennis has something called “ADHD,” but what does that mean? Maybe it’s the reason he struggles so much with unpredictable mysteries like “cover teachers”â??or why he gets in trouble all the time at home.

Not only does Dennis struggle to focus and follow instructions he doesn’t seem to follow social cues that seem to come easy for his classmates, but he’s also got to deal with Joshuaâ??his chaos adverse younger brother with a diagnosis of his own. Between Dennis’s ADHD and Joshua’s ASD, there is more mayhem and mischief at home than anyone ever dreamed.

Survive Dennis will, thoughâ??and thrive. Follow Dennis’s journey as he fights to have his needs met using the only tools he has.

This book is recommended for children, parents, teachers, and caregivers of children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder (ADHD).

“Great insight and an easy read” ~Caroline.

“Another great story for anyone a bit different or special” ~Luke.

Bonus section included with interactive activities.

The Top 50 Most Dangerous & Successful Serial Killers in the World

by Dennis Wilson

The complex nature of serial killers, their crimes, discrepancies caused by geographic location and/or time, and the investigations related to these persons results in difficulties in organization and ranking. This is not a reflection of an individual’s overall rank which may or may not vary depending on personal opinion concerning the nature and circumstances of their crimes.

You may have heard of Ted Bundy or Wayne Gacy, but you’ll be surprised where they show up on this list!

Christian Marriage and Dating

by Brenda Kay Winters

Getting married is one of the most important things a person can do in their lifetime. In this guide, I will tell you where to meet the right people, who to date and who not to and many other things. I am an expert in marriage proposals as I have had many in my lifetime and some of them I accepted.You will find some interesting things here in this marriage and date guide for Christians.The Bible says not to be unequally yoked and this means if you are a believer not to marry one who is not.

Who Killed Anita?


The father tried to call his 24-year-old daughter, who shows displeasure every time his phone rings. She hangs up on her father, as to escape from him and the rest of her family.

The Hard Way: Part 1: Looking Back (The Hard Way: Spiritual Reflections)

by Chelsea Clemmons

This book is a personal reflection by Chelsea L. Clemmons on the spiritual journey she’s been on in her life so far. Although she was only 25 years old when this was written, the journey has been an interesting one, and has raised a lot of questions for her, questions she now asks her readers. A Christian, Presbyterian by denomination, Clemmons tells the tale of how she once turned her back on God, and how she’s made her way back to worshiping Him.

Einstein’s War Against the Nazis: How the Nazi Crusade Against Einstein Changed the Course of History (Moments of History Book 1)

by Alexander Kennedy

In 1933, Albert Einstein knew he was fleeing for his life. Right-wing death squads had put a bounty on his head, and the Nazi crusade against “Jewish physics”â??the scientific revolution begun by Einstein’s theory of relativityâ??was nearing its height. What followed was one of the great brain drains of history, as Einstein and countless other Jewish intellectuals fled Germany for the safety of the United States or Great Britain. It was a migration of momentous consequences: for science, for the coming World War, and for the atomic-powered Cold War to come.

In this slim, fast-paced volume, Alexander Kennedy guides us through the lives of these two great foes, Albert Einstein and Adolf Hitler, as they head inevitably toward collision.

“Nationalism is an infantile disease. It is the measles of mankind.”Albert Einstein

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  • The shocking assassination of Einstein’s friend, Jewish leader Walther Rathenau.
  • Approachable, layperson’s explanations of Einstein’s most important theories.
  • The strange history of Einstein’s delayed Nobel Prize.
  • Adolf Hitler’s origins as a police spy.
  • The Nobel laureates behind Deutsche Physik, the nationalist branch of German science.
  • The Nazis’ attempts to avenge Einstein’s emigration.
  • Einstein’s famous letter to FDR that inspired the Manhattan Project.

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Computer Curious: Stories and lessons from the dawn of the digital age in africa

by Marc Maxmeister

Computer Curious retells my 2003-2004 adventures of exotic discomfort on the open road (in Gambia, Senegal, Ghana), ill-conceived conceits to bring Internet to remote villages, launching rocket yams in the name of science, wandering through a refugee camp as a letter courier, hobnobbing with power mongers of the digital era in African capitols, and – more generally – the journey to understand how education fosters creativity.

Back in the early 2000s, before Facebook existed, before Google was a verb, African youths were flocking to the Internet. I trekked across Gambia, Senegal, and Ghana in search of what drew them to the Internet. After visits to 30 schools and hundreds of Interviews, I discovered that curiosity and a drive to create in a culture where education stifles creativity was the deeper reason behind the allure of the Internet.

In this book I focus on why and how computer culture evolved in Africa, and wrap it in my own narrative of discovery. These stories also illustrate the twisted fate of “development work.” It illustrates the good that a Peace Corps Volunteer and Fulbright Researcher can do in Africa, and offers cautionary tales of ignorant people who try too hard to help without listening to the people they aim to serve. These stories from the dawn of the computer age in Africa offer poignant lessons on how we can tell the difference – and it’s time we learned how. I hope this book inspires and instructs others who started out as naive as I was, but are willing to work with others to build a brighter, more creative world.

Diary of a Schizophrenic (Skye Park Chronicles Book 1)

I’ve been keeping a diary and I’m sharing it with you. Meâ??Skye Parksâ??a twenty-five-year-old girl, who lives in suburban New Jersey with schizophrenia. I figure we’ll never really meet because you won’t know that the girl sunbathing on the beach in North Wildwood, New Jersey, is meâ??someone who endured a small stint in a mental institution, someone who is not “herself’ without her meds. You probably know someone like me, you just don’t know it, because schizophrenics hide in plain sight, and suffer behind closed doors. So, here’s your peek into the life of a schizophrenic.



Poems and letters and thoughts and ideas about life when you are still trying to make sense of the world which surrounds you. The writer talks to others and to herself, and tells stories about her life, personal stories. There are messages to share, perspectives to realize, and emotions to recognize. The writer waxes eloquently about love relationships, nonreciprocal relationships, and the relationship she has with herself. When a person is in doubt, but picks up a pen to write it all down, they can be heard. Sometimes getting the thoughts out on paper can relieve the mind of stress, and help a person to understand the whys and hows and whats of whatever is going on. It can be cathartic,therapeutic, creative, and a true life skill.Writing from the heart will inspire those who read. The author shares severely deep situations and comprehensions. This book is great for anyone who has ever felt just a little confused.

Only in My Dreams: The Dreams and the Reality of an Alcoholic’s Life

by Donna Gordon

This is the memoir of an alcoholic who has many years of recovery. She lends an unusual perspective to the years her illness stole from her. It is not the typical horror story but, rather, focuses on the behaviors alcoholism causes from a somewhat objective point of view. She includes many details about the new life recovery has given her, and how thankful she is for the blessings her new faith in herself and God have offered her.

She tells her story in a way that does not include excuses or implicate other people. Interwoven with her story are interpretations of the many spiritual dreams she has experienced in her lifetime. These dreams have motivated her and lent wisdom that she has needed moving from one life style to a completely new one. Her themes are Christian though she doesn’t try to preach or teach. She gives her interpretation of some biblical truths.

She has included many pictures of her life in California, with details of the landscape of the far west. There is something in this book that will touch many kinds of readers with descriptions of San Diego’s growth, her own metamorphosis, and the provocative dreams that are always with her. Instead of trying to “play the role” as she did when she was young, she now goes on stage, writes plays and does costuming in her new life in the theater.

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