|Statement||[by] Neil B. Brahe|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 611 p.|
|Number of Pages||611|
Read-Alikes at BookBrowse. Here you can find handpicked read-alike recommendations for more than contemporary books and authors. Use the alphabetical lists below to look up a favorite book or author and then click "See Read-Alikes" to discover similar books. Or scroll down to search. How we pick the read-alikes. Ideas We Like: Books Without Walls. By "In Praise of Copying" is not an investigation of the ethical dilemmas of copying but a Stein-like affirmation of the mimesis that happens everywhere and Author: Jenny Hendrix. Book ideas come to authors via many conduits. Through history or current events. Passion or indignation. Through myths, songs and legends. Family jokes and dramas. If you are hunting for your next fantastic story idea, try these 12 sources of inspiration: There are fascinating myths in cultures all over the world, both contemporary and ancient. I had nothing against Paul Bloom's style for the durration of the book. In fact, I rather enjoyed his style and thought his simple language and format would be an adequate way of describing why we like what we like. You can sum up Bloon's entire page argument in about 2 sentences/5.
But now, within twenty-four hours, the first humans to walk on Mars must begin their most important task: finding water. They must determine if there is, as NASA landers and orbiters have predicted, enough water in the surface soil, called regolith, to support their hydration needs as well as serve as a stock for making more of the oxygen they will : Stephen Petranek. We Are Like That Only - Understanding the Logic of Consumer India by Rama Bijapurkar is a highly analytical book about the Indian market, written by Rama Bijapurkar. The book deals with the structure of the Indian consumers, the reason behind why the Indian market is 'like that only' and what it takes to stay in the market/5. Before we write, I begin by teaching vocabulary that I encourage students to use in their writing. Writing about the th day of school gives lots of opportunities for reading and writing longer words like retirement, geriatric, elderly, centenarian, senior citizen, and pension to name a few. Reading with Purpose: Why We Like the Books We Like Nancy Pearl, Author of "Book Lust", Library Journal's Librarian of the Year Nancy received her library degree in from the University.
At the moment we consume, say, a chocolate bar, our brains seamlessly synthesize sensory phenomena, ideas, memories, and expectations—which means that we often don't fully understand why we like the things we like. Psychologist Paul Bloom describes how storytelling and marketing can add layers of meaning to our pleasures. Ideas will join other books in West Virginia University Library’s nascent digital publishing project, where it will be supported by librarians for a long time to come. We intend this work to be less a bestiary of bad ideas about writing than an effort to name bad ideas and suggest better Size: 2MB. We’re available to take your call Monday through Friday, 11am EST – 7pm EST. For international calls, please use A bucket list is something everyone should have. This is a series of tasks that you would like to complete before “kicking the bucket” and dying. These ideas aren't mean to be morbid. Instead, it's a collection of inspirational goals that you'd like to accomplish in your life. A good bucket list is balanced. There should be items on the list that are easy to accomplish as .