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Book Reviews

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Social Climbers, By Beth Dunn

Question: Who is the intended audience? Answer: Ladies 11+ who love style, fashion, entertaining and decorating. Q: What is the book about? A: Mean girls grown up--it is a witty novel that is also beautifully illustrated much like The Official Preppy Handbook. Welcome to the world of Social Climbers... where the society season kicks off [...]

By | March 26th, 2009|Book Reviews|0 Comments

Native Athletes In Action, By Vincent Schilling

Question: Who is the intended audience? Answer: Young Readers – with emphasis on Native American kids – although everyone can benefit from reading about these amazing people. Q: What is the book about? A: Some of the many native athletes who have excelled in the field of sports include: - Naomi Lang, US Olympian, ice [...]

By | March 19th, 2009|Book Reviews|0 Comments

Sleep, Interrupted: A physician reveals the #1 reason why so many of us are sick and tired, By Dr. Steven Y. Park

Question: Who is the intended audience? Answer: Women 35 to 55, college educated, who are sick and tired of being sick and tired. They are also interested in taking responsibility for their own health, and is willing to read anything that may explain the reason for their various health problems. Anyone else who have trouble [...]

By | February 23rd, 2009|Book Reviews|0 Comments

Motivate Like a CEO: Communicate Your Strategic Vision and Inspire People to Act! By Suzanne Bates

Question: Who is the intended audience? Answer: Executives, emerging leaders, managers, business owners, and any professional who aspires to one day lead a company or work in a management role. Q: What is the book about? A: In today’s turbulent economy, more managers and executives than ever need to become leaders of employees – and [...]

By | January 26th, 2009|Book Reviews|0 Comments

Message Stick, By Laine Cunningham

Question: Who is the intended audience? Answer: Suspense thriller readers and readers interested in social justice. Q: What is the book about? A: When Gabriel Branch, a biracial Aborigine, searches the outback for his best friend, he is stalked by a Pitjantjatjara shaman. Gabe must find the truth about his friend and about the Aboriginal [...]

By | January 19th, 2009|Book Reviews|0 Comments

Who’s In The Driver’s Seat? Using Spirit To Lead Successfully, By Sandy Gluckman PhD.

Question: Who is the intended audience? Answer: Although the book is written for leaders and managers, Who’s in the Driver’s Seat? is a book for anyone who wants three easy steps they can apply, in any situation that will assist them to behave and communicate in ways that will always bring about a positive collaborative [...]

By | January 14th, 2009|Book Reviews|0 Comments

Discover Your Blind Spots: How To Stop Repeating Everyday Business Mistakes, By Dr. Bob Smith

Question: Who is the intended audience? Answer: Every person with manager or supervisory responsibilities. Q: What is the book about? A: How we use our brains differently depending on the levels of stress and pressure and how that causes us to repeat mistakes that are easy to prevent. The areas of application include: holding meetings, [...]

By | January 7th, 2009|Book Reviews|0 Comments

Money, Sex And Kids: Stop Fighting About The Three Things That Can Ruin Your Marriage, By Tina B. Tessina, Ph.D.

Question: Who is the intended audience? Answer: Married and committed couples; people whose previous fighting has ruined relationships; and couples contemplating marriage and parenthood. Divorced people who want to figure out what went wrong, and make the next relationship better. Dating couples who want to get their relationship started on the right path. Q: What [...]

By | January 6th, 2009|Book Reviews|0 Comments