The Nile of No Return <BR>By: Francis Taghert
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ISBN: 978-1-59824-825-8
Edition: Paperback, 79 Pages
Publication Date: June 3, 2008
No History is as convoluted as is Egypt’s.

A foreign religion, Islam, and a foreign language, Arabic, neither of which she wanted, fractured her identity. She claims to be Arab. Which she is not.

Governed by foreign rulers since Alexander, no native-born assumed power till Nasser in 1953.

The recipient of USA free wheat for a population of 65 million: forecast to reach the 100 level come 3001.
The War That Never Ends <BR>Viruses and Germs vs. Humans <BR>By: Harry G. Haberman
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ISBN: 978-1-59824-799-2
Edition: Paperback, 306 Pages
Publication Date: May 29, 2008
This is a story of fantasy and hard cold facts beginning with a pizza party given by the “Big Fat Cat” prima donna of the microbe family.

The party was given in honor of Albus, the Colonel’s offspring. Guests were the Streptococci, Pnemococci, Gonococci, Meningococci, Diphtheria, E. Coli, Typhoid, Dysentery, Tetanus and Botulinum. TB used a cellphone to call in sick, because a human he had infected with TB returned the favor as a carrier and infected TB with Tuberculosis.

Music suddenly split the air with Beethoven’s 3rd Sonato in Asia Minor. The Dayton Place Hot Tomato Philharmonic Orchestra revved it up while the microbes did the ‘Hokey Pokey’ and the intricate ‘Two Step’.

The young bacteria went to school to learn about epidemics.

The book ends with two fine collections of microscopes and bacteria.

If you are a high school or college student and are interested in or are studying in the area of science you should definitely read this book. You could use it for help in writing reports and to become informed about epidemics which attack everyone.

Public libraries could use this as a student reference. Precautionary steps to prevent disease are mentioned as important advice to every reader. These steps recommended by the medical profession may save the reader’s life. The warning steps should be practiced at home and the constant sterilization of eating utensils are of utmost importance, plus all other medical advice published.

In this book you will find full chapters of information on Smallpox, Polio, Bubonic Plague, Legionnaire’s Disease, Cholera, Ebola, Marburg and AIDS.
So You Bought a Horse… Practical Guide to Horse Training <BR>By: Lynne M. Caulkett
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ISBN: 978-1-59824-708-4
Edition: Paperback, 292 Pages
Publication Date: September 14, 2007
Yet another well-structured, informational equestrian book from Lynne M. Caulkett, this one relating everything the novice horseperson as well as seasoned riders must know to train their horses successfully. The book covers such topics as horse behavior, common behavior problems, tips from professional trainers, safety, equipment, proper feeding habits, and the author’s own training and riding techniques. An easy to read, practical guide for anyone interested in horse training, or simply to improve his or her own horse knowledge or riding skills.
How Old Is the House <BR>Conflicts in Science <BR>By: Royal T. McArdell
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ISBN: 978-1-59824-463-2
Edition: Paperback, 199 Pages
Publication Date: March 19, 2007
This book describes some of our popular scientific theories and their related problems. It also explains additional aspects of current science issues so that you, the reader, can decide what to believe. Scientific theories and answers given by the news media to science related questions are usually reported as accepted facts, but what is reported is not always accurate. In addition, most news services provide only the politically correct views on most subjects (such as global warming) and ignore other information about these subjects.

The Introduction is an example of a house that is either new or is 150 years old-perhaps you can determine its age. This is followed by a description of the Big Bang theory and its problems, the ages of the Sun, Earth, and Moon, and another example of an object whose age is difficult to define. Other subjects covered are global warming, our energy problems, the ages of the dinosaurs, evolution, intelligent design, the accuracy of the Bible, and simple descriptions of some related natural laws.
Education for the New Millennium <br>By: Ann L. Atkinson, PhD
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ISBN: 1-59824-369-1
Edition: Paperback, 50 Pages
Publication Date: November 17, 2006
Changes in education are needed in order for students to compete globally, especially African Americans.
Super T Karate System <BR>By: Grand Master Terry Gay
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ISBN: 1-59824-210-5
Edition: Paperback, 142 Pages
Publication Date: July 7, 2006
The Super “T” Karate System is a compilation of mix styles of the Martial Arts including Karate, Boxing, Kickboxing, and Grappling, with no-nonsense offensive and defensive tactics for the ring and the street. The Super “T” Karate System is based on natural movements and actions of the body rather than a prearranged pattern of moves. Combining Powerful Kicks, Punches, and Crafty Footwork, with Solid Defense, and Skilled Grappling maneuvers, into real world self defense techniques.

Learn to defend yourself standing up, on the ground, against weapons attacks and much more! If you’re ready to experience what really works, the Super “T” Karate System is for you.
Soft Fur and Iron Men <br>By: Professor Aaron Robert Woodard
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ISBN: 1-59824-239-3
Edition: Paperback, 304 Pages
Publication Date: June 7, 2006

A History of the Fur Trade in South Dakota and the Upper Missouri

In this fascinating study, Professor Aaron Woodard sheds new light on an old subject - the fur trade in the Upper Missouri. Concentrating particularly on his own state of South Dakota, Woodard weaves a tale of international intrigue, vicious Indian fights and heroic mountain men.

Woodard uses government documents and primary evidence to illustrate the grave danger confronting the American fur trading fraternity during the War of 1812. Woodard notes that but for the resolute actions of individual mountain men, the Upper Missouri could well have become another English colony, while the United States as we know it today would never have been created.

Woodard also examines the key role played by Native Americans as the fur trade became big business. Indians were not simply tricked into trading with whites - Woodard notes that a complex relationship developed between traders and their Indian partners, often involving marriages and family interaction.

The book also profiles individual traders and Mountain Men such as Pierre Chouteau, Manuel Lisa and the legendary Jedediah Smith - all of whom had hair raising adventures in the Upper Missouri. Readers will learn of Smith’s narrow escape from a marauding Grizzly Bear, and of early battles between trappers and Indian tribes.

Any reader interested in early American frontier history or the fur trade and Mountain Men will find this an excellent and exciting reading adventure as well as a reliable and useful reference tool. The book is also generously illustrated with maps, western art and drawings by Frederick Remington and George Catlin.
Aabsolute Guide To Bartending <BR>Bartending Is An Art <br>By: Jodi Brust
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ISBN: 1-59824-247-4
Edition: Paperback, 149 Pages
Publication Date: June 1, 2006
The ultimate guide to bartending. While anyone can learn the recipe for a cocktail and create a drink, that doesn’t make them a bartender. Bartending is truly an art form that encapsulates the mechanics of mixing a drink, personality, appearance, understanding of alcohols and how they relate to each other, customer service and patience. This book will teach you about all of those things.
The Miseducation of Nat Turner <br>By: Anthony P. Johnson, M.A.
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ISBN: 1-59824-127-3
Edition: Paperback, 57 Pages
Publication Date: January 25, 2006
Some have called him a slave, minister, a family man, murderer, and a revolutionary. Nat Turner is the controversial figure who rose from the ashes of obscurity to leaving and indelible impression of religious rigor and bloodshed on the very fabric of America; and quite possibly the world. Here is the story of a slave who was one of body but not of the mind and the spirit. Nat Turner, a slave himself, who would lead (60) other slaves to commit the unthinkable…the murder of (55) white women and children during the slave revolt at Southampton, Virginia in 1831. Even after his eventual capture and subsequent execution, Nat Turner stood by his actions and convictions because he believed that he was an instrument of God, and if it required the killing of white women and children to bring America into the light that its own hands were purged in the blood of the African slave; so be it!

In this book I plan to chronicle who the real Nat Turner was…a slave, minister, and finally, an African American hero. I will utilize scholarly books from noted authors who proved that many of us have been mis-educated about Nat Turner.

Patrick Henry who history scholars call one of the Founding Fathers once said “Give me liberty or give me death”. Nat Turner attempted to take liberty by force for the freedom of all African American slaves, and in the end welcomed death with open arms.
A Handbook for Medical Assistants and Medical Secretaries <BR>Valeri S. Morimoto, BAE
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ISBN: 1-59824-096-X
Edition: Paperback, 144 Pages
Publication Date: December 2005
This is a quick reference for medical assistants and medical secretaries in school and on the job.