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Bible for Tribulation Saints: 12-27-11 to 3-31-...
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I'm changing hats from writer to voice actor for the next year. There is enough in Bible for Tribulation Saints for about 12 books! This is the first book in about a 12-book series. I decided to do this for several reasons. One, is that one of my fans requested I do an audiobook. Lots of people only "read" a book through audio now-a-days. Audio is becoming "the thing". And I noticed as I read Bible for Tribulation Saints is that I kept wishing this was an audiobook, so I could listen to it throughout the day to help keep me on track. I also kept wishing the chapters were shorter, so I'd have a nice stopping place without getting lost. I originally decided not to make this an audiobook, because it seemed impossible for me, with the book as long as the Bible. But it's not impossible, it will just take me about a year. Rome wasn't built in a day. But it's something I really want to do for myself and my followers.This book is so important. We need to know what Jesus said. I've noticed Satan tries to get me to forget what Jesus has told us. I actually think Jesus wrote the book and just used me as his instrument! My main role was transcriber. Brent Spiner wrote me lots of letters, and he's such a good writer, I could just publish what he wrote verbatim; that's why I've given him co-author credit. Though, of course, I'm the only narrator for the audiobook. Some sections are dry, like the Bible. But most of the book is a real pause-resister and the longer chapters caused me to stay up far too late. That's another reason I broke it up into smaller sections. When I'm done, I will combine all of the shorter books into one huge Kindle book with the shorter chapters and corrections. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Gail Chord Schuler. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/171802/bk_acx0_171802_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Radio Nowhere
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. "Radio Nowhere" is the first single released from Bruce Springsteen''s 2007 studio album Magic. "Radio Nowhere" was awarded Best Solo Rock Vocal Performance and Best Rock Song at the Grammy Awards of 2008. The song is an up-tempo, electric guitar-driven, modern rocker that features the work of E Street Band members Max Weinberg on drums, Garry Tallent on bass guitar, Clarence Clemons on saxophone, Steven Van Zandt, Clemons and Patti Scialfa on background vocals, and Nils Lofgren on a guitar part underneath Clemons''s sax solo. The opening guitar riff and chord progression are somewhat reminiscent of Tommy Tutone''s 1982 hit "867-5309/Jenny" with Tommy Tutone lead singer Tommy Heath quoted as saying: "Everybody''s calling me about it," and that, "I think it''s close enough that if I wanted to [take legal action], I could work with it."

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The Intuitive Sources of Probabilistic Thinking...
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About a year ago I promised my friend Fischbein a preface to his book of which I knew the French manuscript. Now with the printer's proofs under my eyes I like the book even better than I did then, because of, and influenced by, new experiences in the meantime, and fresh thoughts that crossed my mind. Have I been influenced by what I remembered from the manuscript? If so, it must have happened unconsciously. But of course, what struck me in this work a year ago, struck a responsive chord in my own mind. In the past, mathematics teaching theory has strongly been influenced by a view on mathematics as a heap of concepts, and on learning mathematics as concepts attainment. Mathematics teaching practice has been jeopardised by this theoretical approach, which in its most dangerous form expresses itself as a radical atomism. To concepts attainment Fischbein opposes acquisition of intuitions. In my own publications I avoided the word 'intuition' because of the variety of its meanings across languages. For some time I have used the term 'constitution of mathematical objects', which I think means the same as Fischbein's 'acquisition of intuitions' - indeed as I view it, constituting a mental object precedes its conceptualising, and under this viewpoint I tried to observe mathematical activities of young children.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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In the Neighborhood of True
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“Carlton captures the racism, anti-Semitism, and social interactions of the time and place with admirable nuance. The dialogue and setting are meticulously constructed, and readers will feel the humidity and tension rising with each chapter.” — Publishers Weekly, starred review “Susan Kaplan Carlton offers a rich sense of time and place and a compelling profile in courage of a conflicted 17-year-old finding her voice in this interesting snapshot of a little-known chapter of the early civil rights movement.” — The Buffalo News “Every character is memorable and complex, and the plot quickly becomes engrossing . . . the characters' moral decisions are so complicated and so surprising that many people will be kept spellbound by even the tiniest detail. Riveting.” — Kirkus Reviews “Carlton does an excellent job of mixing the personal with the historical . . . Ruth crisply relays her conflicted feelings, the tense situations, and characters who are well-shaded and occasionally surprising.” — Booklist “ In the Neighborhood of True, inspired by real-life events, is a testament to an important time in our country's history with themes that resonate today.” — Shelf Awareness “Inspired by the 1958 bombing of an Atlanta synagogue, this novel uses its immersive historical setting to convey truths about hatred that remain relevant today . . . Timely YA historical fiction that belongs on all shelves.” — School Library Journal “A gorgeous story about a teenage girl finding her voice in the face of hate, heartbreak, and injustice.” — Nova Ren Suma, #1 New York Times bestselling author of A Room Away from the Wolves   “Susan Kaplan Carlton’s snapshot of 1958 Atlanta is both exquisite and harrowing, and I will hold it in my heart for a long time.” — Rachel Lynn Solomon, author of You’ll Miss Me When I’m Gone and Our Year of Maybe “You might not think a book set in 1959 could feel wildly relevant, but wow does this YA set in Atlanta that explores anti-Semitism in the south during the Civil Rights era feel incredibly on point after the shooting at the Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh. In both cases, the synagogue was specifically targeted for being not just a place of worship for Jews but for being active participants in the eternal American fight against racism.” — Barnes & Noble Teen Blog   “One of the most honest, multifaceted, and authentic portrayals of teen girlhood I've ever read. This is a must for readers of historical fiction, particularly areas that receive less attention.” — Young Adult Books Central   “I loved this book. The characters are complex and relatable . . . Carlton captures the emotions and the struggle perfectly, making it a great place to find representation of what it’s like to be Jewish then and now.” — Teenreads   “ In the Neighborhood of True is a story that really struck a chord with me. It highlights issues that remain as relevant then as they are now. It reminded us that we can’t truly hide ourselves, not when it matters the most. Most important of all, it reminds the reader that we must always tell our truths, no matter how hard it might be for others to hear them.” — The Nerd Daily  

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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Murder in G Major
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'Charming debut.' - Kirkus Reviews 'Gordon strikes a harmonious chord in this enchanting spellbinder of a mystery.' - Susan M. Boyer, USA Today Bestselling Author of Lowcountry Book Club 'Just when you think you've seen everything, here comes Gethsemane Brown, baton in one hand, bourbon in the other. Stranded in an Irish village where she knows no one (but they all know her), she's got just six weeks to turn a rabblesome orchestra into award-winners and solve a decades-old murder to boot. And only a grumpy ghost to help her. There's charm to spare in this highly original debut.' - Catriona McPherson, Agatha Award-Winning Author of The Reek of Red Herrings 'Gordon's debut is delightful: An Irish village full of characters and secrets, whiskey and music-and a ghost! Gethsemane Brown is a fast-thinking, fast-talking dynamic sleuth (with a great wardrobe) who is more than a match for the unraveling murders and cover-ups, aided by her various-handsome-allies and her irascible ghost. Can't wait to see what she uncovers next!' - Chloe Green, Author of the Dallas O'Connor Mysteries 'A fast-paced drama that kept me engaged in all aspects in the telling of this multi-plot tale that was hard to put down…The windup to the conclusion had me quickly turning the pages as I had to know how this will play out and to the author, I say 'bravo' because now I need to read the next book in this captivating series.' - Dru's Book Musings With few other options, African-American classical musician Gethsemane Brown accepts a less-than-ideal position turning a group of rowdy schoolboys into an award-winning orchestra. Stranded without luggage or money in the Irish countryside, she figures any job is better than none. The perk? Housesitting a lovely cliffside cottage. The catch? The ghost of the cottage's murdered owner haunts the place. Falsely accused of killing his wife (and himself), he begs Gethsemane to clear his name so he can rest in peace. Gethsemane's reluctant investigation provokes a dormant killer and she soon finds herself in grave danger. As Gethsemane races to prevent a deadly encore, will she uncover the truth or star in her own farewell performance? Related subjects include: cozy mysteries, women sleuths, murder mystery series, whodunit mysteries (whodunnit), British mysteries, book club recommendations, amateur sleuth books, paranormal mysteries, Irish cozies, ghost mysteries, music mysteries. Books in the Gethsemane Brown Mystery Series: MURDER IN G MAJOR (#1) Part of the Henery Press Mystery Series Collection, if you like one, you'll probably like them all… Author Bio: A writer since childhood, Alexia Gordon won her first writing prize in the 6th grade. She continued writing through college but put literary endeavors on hold to finish medical school and Family Medicine residency training. She established her medical career then returned to writing fiction. Raised in the southeast, schooled in the northeast, she relocated to the west where she completed Southern Methodist University's Writer's Path program. She admits Texas brisket is as good as Carolina pulled pork. She practices medicine in El Paso. She enjoys the symphony, art collecting, embroidery, and ghost stories.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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The 100-Mile Diet
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The remarkable, amusing and inspiring adventures of a Canadian couple who make a year-long attempt to eat foods grown and produced within a 100-mile radius of their apartment. When Alisa Smith and James MacKinnon learned that the average ingredient in a North American meal travels 1,500 miles from farm to plate, they decided to launch a simple experiment to reconnect with the people and places that produced what they ate. For one year, they would only consume food that came from within a 100-mile radius of their Vancouver apartment. The 100-Mile Diet was born. The couple's discoveries sometimes shook their resolve. It would be a year without sugar, Cheerios, olive oil, rice, Pizza Pops, beer, and much, much more. Yet local eating has turned out to be a life lesson in pleasures that are always close at hand. They met the revolutionary farmers and modern-day hunter-gatherers who are changing the way we think about food. They got personal with issues ranging from global economics to biodiversity. They called on the wisdom of grandmothers, and immersed themselves in the seasons. They discovered a host of new flavours, from gooseberry wine to sunchokes to turnip sandwiches, foods that they never would have guessed were on their doorstep. The 100-Mile Diet struck a deeper chord than anyone could have predicted, attracting media and grassroots interest that spanned the globe. The 100-Mile Diet: A Year of Local Eating tells the full story, from the insights to the kitchen disasters, as the authors transform from megamart shoppers to self-sufficient urban pioneers. The 100-Mile Diet is a pathway home for anybody, anywhere. Call me naive, but I never knew that flour would be struck from our 100-Mile Diet. Wheat products are just so ubiquitous, 'the staff of life,” that I had hazily imagined the stuff must be grown everywhere. But of course: I had never seen a field of wheat anywhere close to Vancouver, and my mental images of late-afternoon light falling on golden fields of grain were all from my childhood on the Canadian prairies. What I was able to find was Anita's Organic Grain & Flour Mill, about 60 miles up the Fraser River valley. I called, and learned that Anita's nearest grain suppliers were at least 800 miles away by road. She sounded sorry for me. Would it be a year until I tasted a pie? —From The 100-Mile Diet

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 27.09.2020
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Murder in G Major
31,99 € *
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'Charming debut.' - Kirkus Reviews 'Gordon strikes a harmonious chord in this enchanting spellbinder of a mystery.' - Susan M. Boyer, USA Today Bestselling Author of Lowcountry Book Club 'Just when you think you've seen everything, here comes Gethsemane Brown, baton in one hand, bourbon in the other. Stranded in an Irish village where she knows no one (but they all know her), she's got just six weeks to turn a rabblesome orchestra into award-winners and solve a decades-old murder to boot. And only a grumpy ghost to help her. There's charm to spare in this highly original debut.' - Catriona McPherson, Agatha Award-Winning Author of The Reek of Red Herrings 'Gordon's debut is delightful: An Irish village full of characters and secrets, whiskey and music-and a ghost! Gethsemane Brown is a fast-thinking, fast-talking dynamic sleuth (with a great wardrobe) who is more than a match for the unraveling murders and cover-ups, aided by her various-handsome-allies and her irascible ghost. Can't wait to see what she uncovers next!' - Chloe Green, Author of the Dallas O'Connor Mysteries 'A fast-paced drama that kept me engaged in all aspects in the telling of this multi-plot tale that was hard to put down…The windup to the conclusion had me quickly turning the pages as I had to know how this will play out and to the author, I say 'bravo' because now I need to read the next book in this captivating series.' - Dru's Book Musings With few other options, African-American classical musician Gethsemane Brown accepts a less-than-ideal position turning a group of rowdy schoolboys into an award-winning orchestra. Stranded without luggage or money in the Irish countryside, she figures any job is better than none. The perk? Housesitting a lovely cliffside cottage. The catch? The ghost of the cottage's murdered owner haunts the place. Falsely accused of killing his wife (and himself), he begs Gethsemane to clear his name so he can rest in peace. Gethsemane's reluctant investigation provokes a dormant killer and she soon finds herself in grave danger. As Gethsemane races to prevent a deadly encore, will she uncover the truth or star in her own farewell performance? Related subjects include: cozy mysteries, women sleuths, murder mystery series, whodunit mysteries (whodunnit), British mysteries, book club recommendations, amateur sleuth books, paranormal mysteries, Irish cozies, ghost mysteries, music mysteries. Books in the Gethsemane Brown Mystery Series: MURDER IN G MAJOR (#1) Part of the Henery Press Mystery Series Collection, if you like one, you'll probably like them all… Author Bio: A writer since childhood, Alexia Gordon won her first writing prize in the 6th grade. She continued writing through college but put literary endeavors on hold to finish medical school and Family Medicine residency training. She established her medical career then returned to writing fiction. Raised in the southeast, schooled in the northeast, she relocated to the west where she completed Southern Methodist University's Writer's Path program. She admits Texas brisket is as good as Carolina pulled pork. She practices medicine in El Paso. She enjoys the symphony, art collecting, embroidery, and ghost stories.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 27.09.2020
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The Intuitive Sources of Probabilistic Thinking...
103,99 € *
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About a year ago I promised my friend Fischbein a preface to his book of which I knew the French manuscript. Now with the printer's proofs under my eyes I like the book even better than I did then, because of, and influenced by, new experiences in the meantime, and fresh thoughts that crossed my mind. Have I been influenced by what I remembered from the manuscript? If so, it must have happened unconsciously. But of course, what struck me in this work a year ago, struck a responsive chord in my own mind. In the past, mathematics teaching theory has strongly been influenced by a view on mathematics as a heap of concepts, and on learning mathematics as concepts attainment. Mathematics teaching practice has been jeopardised by this theoretical approach, which in its most dangerous form expresses itself as a radical atomism. To concepts attainment Fischbein opposes acquisition of intuitions. In my own publications I avoided the word 'intuition' because of the variety of its meanings across languages. For some time I have used the term 'constitution of mathematical objects', which I think means the same as Fischbein's 'acquisition of intuitions' - indeed as I view it, constituting a mental object precedes its conceptualising, and under this viewpoint I tried to observe mathematical activities of young children.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 27.09.2020
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In the Neighborhood of True
17,99 € *
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“Carlton captures the racism, anti-Semitism, and social interactions of the time and place with admirable nuance. The dialogue and setting are meticulously constructed, and readers will feel the humidity and tension rising with each chapter.” — Publishers Weekly, starred review “Susan Kaplan Carlton offers a rich sense of time and place and a compelling profile in courage of a conflicted 17-year-old finding her voice in this interesting snapshot of a little-known chapter of the early civil rights movement.” — The Buffalo News “Every character is memorable and complex, and the plot quickly becomes engrossing . . . the characters' moral decisions are so complicated and so surprising that many people will be kept spellbound by even the tiniest detail. Riveting.” — Kirkus Reviews “Carlton does an excellent job of mixing the personal with the historical . . . Ruth crisply relays her conflicted feelings, the tense situations, and characters who are well-shaded and occasionally surprising.” — Booklist “ In the Neighborhood of True, inspired by real-life events, is a testament to an important time in our country's history with themes that resonate today.” — Shelf Awareness “Inspired by the 1958 bombing of an Atlanta synagogue, this novel uses its immersive historical setting to convey truths about hatred that remain relevant today . . . Timely YA historical fiction that belongs on all shelves.” — School Library Journal “A gorgeous story about a teenage girl finding her voice in the face of hate, heartbreak, and injustice.” — Nova Ren Suma, #1 New York Times bestselling author of A Room Away from the Wolves   “Susan Kaplan Carlton’s snapshot of 1958 Atlanta is both exquisite and harrowing, and I will hold it in my heart for a long time.” — Rachel Lynn Solomon, author of You’ll Miss Me When I’m Gone and Our Year of Maybe “You might not think a book set in 1959 could feel wildly relevant, but wow does this YA set in Atlanta that explores anti-Semitism in the south during the Civil Rights era feel incredibly on point after the shooting at the Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh. In both cases, the synagogue was specifically targeted for being not just a place of worship for Jews but for being active participants in the eternal American fight against racism.” — Barnes & Noble Teen Blog   “One of the most honest, multifaceted, and authentic portrayals of teen girlhood I've ever read. This is a must for readers of historical fiction, particularly areas that receive less attention.” — Young Adult Books Central   “I loved this book. The characters are complex and relatable . . . Carlton captures the emotions and the struggle perfectly, making it a great place to find representation of what it’s like to be Jewish then and now.” — Teenreads   “ In the Neighborhood of True is a story that really struck a chord with me. It highlights issues that remain as relevant then as they are now. It reminded us that we can’t truly hide ourselves, not when it matters the most. Most important of all, it reminds the reader that we must always tell our truths, no matter how hard it might be for others to hear them.” — The Nerd Daily  

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