Free arts and entertainment Kindle books for 02 Jun 18

Athens after ancient Athens. Twenty sights for the lost visitor: Culture Hikes in Continental Greece

by Denis Roubien

You want to understand modern Athens, Athens after ancient times? This is the book for you.
You can find a lot of books on ancient Athens.
If you get there, a guided tour will give you all the information you will need.
But what about Athens in the centuries that followed?
What about the old houses, old churches, mosques and other obscure sights you stumble upon everywhere?
This book, written by a specialist of Athens and including a large number of photos and detailed maps, will help you understand the city of today and not feel lost as a visitor.

Minor Tonality for Nonreaders: Chords and Chord-scales

by Joseph Hardy

â??Minor Tonality for Nonreaders: Chords and Chord-Scales’ is the version of â??Minor Tonality: Chords and Chord-Scales’ designed for nonreaders of standard musical notation and features chords and scales that fit a minor tonality context. It presents chords within a particular scale alongside chords outside of that scale that can be used in composing and arranging music in the same key. It also provides the accompanying chord-scales that can be used to improvise over these chords.

Learning scales that best fit particular chord qualities of specific scale degrees may enhance one’s confidence in improvising over these chords. Guitarists, bassists, and other instrumentalists familiar with seventh chords and the modes of the major scale may find this resource helpful.

Designing Worlds: National Design Histories in an Age of Globalization (Making Sense of History)

From consumer products to architecture to advertising to digital technology, design is an undeniably global phenomenon. Yet despite their professed transnational perspective, historical studies of design have all too often succumbed to a bias toward Western, industrialized nations. This diverse but rigorously curated collection recalibrates our understanding of design history, reassessing regional and national cultures while situating them within an international context. Here, contributors from five continents offer nuanced studies that range from South Africa to the Czech Republic, all the while sensitive to the complexities of local variation and the role of nation-states in identity construction.

Guitar Chords for Beginners: A Beginners Guitar Chord Book with Open Chords and More

by Gareth Evans

Guitar Chords for Beginners contains 65 different chords arranged in easy fingerings.


Fretting hand technique for playing guitar chords is looked at in detail with diagrams. Where necessary, some chords are taught incrementally because taking on only the harder aspects of a chord’s fingering first means our hand is freer to adjust. Other chords are shown with different fingerings for you to choose which you prefer. Playing guitar chords may seem like a contortion for the hands of the beginner so there is some basic guidance on stretching to keep the hands flexible.

Audio and More

Each guitar chord has a downloadable audio example enabling you to hear if you have played it right, or to hear what you need to work towards. There is an introduction to moveable power chords and barre chords, in which barre chords are shown as easier cut-down versions of full barre chord shapes. At the back of Guitar Chords for Beginners there is a list of suggested songs that contain chords from within the book.

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1000 Facts about Actors Vol. 1

by James Egan

Anthony Hopkins has dyslexia and has to read scripts up to 250 times out loud.
Ben Affleck realized he was famous when someone threw a can at him and said, “You suck, Affleck!”
Brad Pitt used to work as a dancing chicken at El Pollo Loco in Hollywood.
Bryan Cranston has done voice work for the movie, Street Fighter II.
Morgan Freeman has had a paralyzed hand since 2008.
Steve Buscemi used to be a wrestler.
Will Smith can solve a Rubik’s cube in less than a minute.
Tom Hanks agreed to star in Cloud Atlas because his character gets to kill a critic who hates his work. He said that this is something he always wanted to do in real life.
Samuel L. Jackson held Martin Luther King’s father hostage. He was also an usher at Martin Luther King’s funeral.
Christopher Walken used to be a lion tamer.

The best digital photo magazine of beutiful asian girl and their leg and feet legina (Japanese Edition)

by Boot Up Studio

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Unique and Amazing Japanese Concept Cars: Unique modern and old world technology

by William S. Carson

Unique and Amazing Japanese Concept Cars
Unique modern and old world technology

An amazing and unique collection of all more or less interesting concept cars that have been shown by Japanese auto companies over the past 50 years. From the very first bold projects to the latest developments!

All these cars were developed in Japan and did not get into the series. Just look how they sometimes overtook time, because they are all made in the 20 th century!

Amazing Japanese cars
Unique Japanese cars
Cheap japanese cars
Concepts of Japanese cars

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