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How to Get Anything for Free

What if you could get whatever you wanted just by asking for it? That is exactly what you can do. If you want something, ask for it. That is what I did and I found that it does work! Billionaires and Millionaires want to give away money. The majority of these rich people want to help, but they do not know you until you introduce yourself and ask for what you want. I wrote letters asking for money, purses, watches, jewelry, shoes and vacations. I received so much in the mail that it surprised me that there was such a great positive response. This book has all the research that I needed to reach the rich and famous people that are willing to help. This book will also give you the tools to increase your list and build it bigger and better than mine to reach as many people as possible to increase your chances of a better payday.

Make a habit of reading the finance section of your local newspaper. See what is
going on in the finance word and highlight names of people making the news. A
lot of these people are making the news because they are responsible for billion
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How to Make Handmade Wall Scrolls

Have you ever wondered how they create the beautiful wall scrolls out of cloth and paper in Japan and China? Here is your chance to learn. This book shows the entire process from start to finish how to make your very own custom kakejiku, or Japanese scroll. With beautiful color pictures and graphs and simple to read instructions, now you can learn how to make these scrolls by hand using techniques learned in Japan. These Japanese scrolls can be used to frame art prints, photographs, Japanese Calligraphy (Shodou) or Sumie and are perfect for any home or office.

Ghosts of Makara

Growing up Down-Under in a Lost World of Yesteryears

Ghosts of Makara: Growing up Down-Under in a lost world of yesteryears, is the moving memoir of a son of an Irish-German immigrant family growing up during the 1920s and the Depression-wracked '30s in a wind-blasted, yet picturesque, Pacific corner of colonial New Zealand. Makara Beach could have been Middle-Earth of the Lord of the Rings, the Academy Award-winning movie which 70 years later used Makara as one of its filming locations. In this sepia-tinted, nostalgic, first-person family album, the author evokes a lost era Down Under, one without television, the Internet, or (early on) even radio, when he and his younger brothers and sisters acted out their own stories and dreamed their own dreams. It was truly a different world, where barefoot Bobbits grew up with a deep love of nature and respect for family--a world we can learn much from today.

Ghosts of Makara: Growing up Down-Under in a lost world of yesteryears, is the moving memoir of a son of an Irish-German immigrant family growing up during the 1920s and the Depression-wracked '30s in a wind-blasted, yet picturesque, ...

More Poems of Everyday Life

This is my second book of poems about many things that happen in life. I have written these poems from experiences that I have lived, things that my friends, coworkers and others have passed on to me and things that have just popped out of my head. When you are reading this book, you will fi nd yourself changing the name(s) in the poems with the name of someone you know. I enjoyed bringing the words in these poems to life for your reading. I want to thank you for purchasing this book so that I may share my feelings and observations with other people.

CHANGER. David; a farmer was dirt poor, The same as his ancestors before.
One day a city slicker stopped by the farm, He said that he did not mean any
harm. David's father had talked about oil being around He said that it could not
be taken ...

The Effect of Instructional Reading Software on Developing English Reading Speed and Comprehension for It University Students

Sumar Ghizan has been a faculty member in the English Language Institute (ELI) at New York Institute of Technology from 2005 until Sep 2010. Recently, she is a research Assistant at The University of Windsor where she is enrolled in the MEd program. She has been teaching English Language for Graduate and Undergraduate Students for more than twelve years. In 2010 Ghizan has obtained her degree of Doctor of Philosophy in Curricula and Methods of English Language from the College of Educational and Psychological Sciences, AAU. Her research interests are in language acquisition, educational policies and curricula studies. She had participated in one conference and looking forward to attend another in Brussels where she is going to present a paper on Educational Policies for the First Nation Child: impediments and future perceptions.

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The Importance of Developing Reading for Improved Writing Skills in the Literature on Adult Student's Learning

This literature review examined the importance of reading and writing skills, and their influence on learning. The description of selected teaching methodologies for development of students language skills and approaches to language learning and acquisition are the main core of this study. Its significance is in highlighting methods for teaching languages that value meaningful learning through the implementation and usage of the natural and communicative approaches. The literature review includes resources that cover the students learning styles, teachers role and the educators vision for a better future for the learner whos going to acquire not only a language but also strategies applicable in real life situations beyond school. The researcher concluded that investing in the development of the students reading and writing skills provides opportunities for meaningful learning to occur. Also, the study revealed factors may speed the learning process and other factors may hinder it. The researcher has recommended the application of rubric-referenced self-assessment on the development of writing and critical thinking skills.

This literature review examined the importance of reading and writing skills, and their influence on learning.

A Farewell to Love

This is a wonderful book of poetry that contains eighty spellbinding kurines (poems of twenty lines). Notably, the subject matters are plentiful. However, the book worships love, admires Mother Nature, salutes the hard workers, preaches humanity, advocates honesty, and detests hatred of any sort.

This is a wonderful book of poetry that contains eighty spellbinding kurines (poems of twenty lines).

Making Life's Puzzle Pieces Fit

Using The Twelve Principles of Personal Leadership

"If you have a desire to lead positive change and take charge of your own life, read this book. This book shows you how you can make sense out of life, lead positive change, and make tough decisions. Read Making Life's Puzzle Pieces Fit and learn the secrets of taking charge of your own life!"

"If you have a desire to lead positive change and take charge of your own life, read this book. This book shows you how you can make sense out of life, lead positive change, and make tough decisions.

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" . . . I looked down. Observed the world below, all the caves with rats, poor pansions-pensions with cockroaches, houses with yellow scotches and without, gaming-houses, and museums, churches, deserted towers, seemed from above cosy miniature swallows nests on the background of soft greenery of forest-hills and extended afar, afar, absorbed by space a water azure.. And burden and risk of the ascent made sense." (Summer and Wood)

" . . . I looked down.

Death

Reflections of a Surgeon

Its both moving and wonderful. I enjoy it too much to put it down for long. I read through the entire work spellbound, reflecting on how rare it is to encounter reading material that both entertains and instructs. Despite its title, the book is more about life than about death. For sure, the book is filled with pearls of wisdom regarding the ultimate and final journey that we all take. But the informal and anecdotal nature of the story renders it just that: a story of how death should be viewed through the lens of life. Prof. Stephen Thomas

Despite its title, the book is more about life than about death. For sure, the book is filled with pearls of wisdom regarding the ultimate and final journey that we all take.