Free history Kindle books for 19 Dec 18

The History of White People: From The Caucasus Mountains to North America (Caucasian Civilization Book 3)

by Hamma Mirwaisi

The entire humanity civilization started on the land of â??Caucasian People’. The study and finding are a work based on more than 12 years of research and knowing the ancient language to find the true information from ancient and modern resources available on the internet and fellow Indian professor knows how to find information in ancient Indian documents. Any similarity between the characters in this book and real people, living or dead, is coincidental.

Significant Aspects of Client-Centered Therapy (Psychology Classics Book 2)

by Carl Rogers

Widely regarded as one of the most influential psychologists of all time, Carl Rogers was a towering figure within the humanistic movement towards person centered theory and non-directive psychotherapy.

Originally published in 1946 his classic article Significant Aspects of Client-Centered Therapy is essential reading for anybody interested in psychotherapy and counseling. In this landmark publication Carl Rogers outlines the origins of client-centered therapy, the process of client-centered therapy, the discovery and capacity of the client and the client-centered nature of the therapeutic relationship.

Bonus Content:

Significant Aspects of Client-Centered Therapy builds upon some of Carl Rogers’ previously published work. Among the most notable of these earlier articles were The Processes of Therapy and The Development of Insight in A Counseling Relationship; both of which are also presented in full.

Significant Aspects of Client-Centered Therapy (Kindle Edition) forms part of an initiative to make important, insightful and engaging psychology publications widely available.

McALISTER’S WAY – FREE Serialisation Vol. 04 – Chapters 6 and 7

by Richard Marman

MCALISTER’S WAY – FREE Weekly Serialisation Volume 4 Chapters 6 & 7
A Young Adult Action and Adventure Story for Baby Boomers

More musing from the author���.

Chapter 6
When I first immigrated to Australia, Aboriginals were not yet citizens and the cultural-clash this caused still exists. For native people to evolve socially in two hundred years when it took Europeans ten thousand is a big ask and all the well-intentioned interventions won’t change that.

Chapter 7
I started flying sixteen years after Danny McAlister’s adventure, but know Townsville and Port Moresby Airports well. The weather is wonderful in the dry-season while it can be treacherous in during the wet.
Richard Marman, Author, Sunshine Coast
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1000 Facts about Historic Figures Vol. 3

by James Egan

According to the Bible, Jesus had several brothers and sisters.
During his lifetime, Buffalo Bill was the most famous person in the world.
Eratosthenes created geography.
Martin Luther King was jailed 29 times.
George Washington is the only person to serve in war while being the US president.
Gandhi refused to educate his children and disowned two of them.
Alexander the Great claimed to have seen a UFO.
Michael Jackson wanted to play Peter Pan in the film, Hook.
Bob Marley suffered from seizures.
Archimedes was the first person to calculate pi.
Isaac Newton believed in Atlantis.
Anaximander figured out that the Earth is round.
Joseph Stalin was covered in scars due to suffering smallpox.
Aristotle believed eels were made of mud.
Leonardo Da Vinci was the first person who could explain why the Moon was crescent-shaped.
Pythagoras was so good at mathematics, people thought he was a sorcerer.
Napoleon was terrified of open doors.
King Arthur’s real name was Ambrosius Aurelianus.
Saddam Hussein was obsessed with Doritos.
Socrates thought the concept of books was stupid.
Steve Jobs didn’t let his kids use iPads.
Mark Zuckerberg went through a time where he would eat animals that he killed.

Ten Acres Is Enough

by Edmund Morris

This book may be about farming and homesteading, and indeed it is a delightfully readable autobiography of a farmer in the America of the 1860s, but it also about much, much more. The challenges that faced the author are timeless, as are his courage, commitment, and ingenuity. There are insights for anyone, farmer or not, in this book.

“Recently we have seen a great back-to-the-land movement, with many young professional people returning to small scale farming; thus it is great fun to read about someone who did exactly the same thing in 1864. In that year, Mr. Edmund Morris gave up his business and city life for a farm of ten acres, made a go of mixed farming and then wrote a book about it. Mr. Morris proves Abraham Lincoln’s prediction: “The greatest fine art of the future will be the making of a comfortable living from a small piece of land.” â?? Sally Fallon, The Weston Price Foundation

Ancestry: How to Research Your Family History and Climb Your Family Tree: Genealogy tips, Honor Your Heritage, Celebrate Family (Ancestor Research, Family Tree)

by Trina Boice

Use These Powerful Genealogy Techniques to Immediately Begin Finding Information About Your Family Tree!

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    My mother got into genealogy years ago, not long after I had a large family tree project in school, which started us on the path to discovering ancestors hundreds of years back. My mother has continued this passion, and I know this book is a definite gift for her. It not only helps the inexperienced get started on genealogy, but offer tips and ideas for doing more with our family that is still with us, and relates some truly inspirational stories about how our ancestors may be gone, but their helping hands can be felt throughout our lives, especially when we seek to learn more about where we came from. I love every anecdote and story in this book, and all the wonderful tips and advice, and cannot wait to make a gift out of it for Mom and others.
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    Memorias de un exiliado venezolano: Un enfoque de cómo el Socialismo del siglo XXI destruyó un país. (Spanish Edition)

    by Fernando Guzmán M

    En la obra se presenta, en gran medida, un análisis sobre la historia de Venezuela, desde el año 1991 al 2018, tocando diversos aspectos, tales como: las causas que dieron origen y auge al chavismo, tanto en Venezuela, como en otros países; la creación de un sistema electoral fraudulento y la financiación ilegal; La influencia cubana dentro del país; los escándalos de corrupción; la persecución a los medios de comunicación; las diversas medidas económicas asumidas tanto por Hugo Chávez, como por Nicolás Maduro; el papel de la oposición venezolana; o el éxodo de millones de venezolanos.
    Un interesante trabajo, que denuncia los peligros que encierra el llamado Socialismo del siglo XXI.

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