It's an educational book about management and its principles. It's easy and beneficial book.
In the early 1920s, a 5’ 4” woman in her 40s was incarcerated in Long Bay Gaol, New South Wales, Australia. A small woman, weighing around 126lb, and with the little finger of her right finger missing, Eugenia Falleni had just been found guilty of murder and sentenced to death. As shocking as the murder was, it was nothing compared to the revelation that Eugenia Falleni had been living for the past 40 years as a man. In the 1920s, this diminutive woman had committed a crime considered far worse than that of taking someone’s life – she had committed a crime against nature, the crime of believing she was a man trapped inside a woman’s body.
This book is a collection of seven inspiring mini-biographies. The author uses the voices of Mattie Stepanek, Martin Luther King Jr., Mahatma Gandhi, the Dalai Lama, Mother Teresa, Terry Fox, Craig Kielburger, and her own reflections to encourage the reader to join a growing movement towards social responsibility and global citizenship.
5 histoires qui célèbrent le plaisir, l'érotisme, la sensualité... BABY SITTING: Comment le voisin de Sandrine, lorsqu'elle avait 18 ans, a su prendre soin de la remercier. FEMME FONTAINE: Un jeu très osé qui aboutit à une explosion de plaisir MON INITIATION AU CAMPING: L'histoire de mon initiation à l'amour par ma voisine de camping ... sous les yeux de son mari... TROUBLANT RENDEZ-VOUS: Christophe organise un rendez-vous surprise à Flora... Avec un ami.
Osera-t-elle aller plus loin ? JE SUIS A ELLE Lorsque je l'ai rencontrée pour la première fois, je suis tombé fou amoureux. Et quand elle m'a invité à une soirée avec son mari, j'étais loin de me douter jusqu'où cela me mènerait.
Laurel Worth, a teacher who also has nurse training, is hired under President Roosevelt's New Deal in the 1930s to go into homes in remote areas of the North Carolina mountains to teach adult literacy. However, she soon encounters problems more serious than not being able to read. Justin, her husband, a well-liked traveling photographer, joins her in the struggle to bring hope and a better way of life to these people. They become known as persons to go to with any problem.
They never know who might show up at their door The struggles and fun of family life form the background of the story. As the Worth children grow to adulthood, their encounters include wild boars, a mad dog, snakes, and an enraged bull. Their big house-considered the center of the community-resounds with young people who gather for ball games, first aid classes and parties, until World War II calls the young men to fight for their country. Will the Worth sons survive? Will Laurel and Justin's efforts succeed?
Geomancy and the art of feng shui are here explained for those unfamiliar with this fascinating topic.
When Major Bartholomew Blackpool learns the girl-next-door from his childhood will be forced into an unwanted marriage, he returns home to play her pretend beau. He figures now that he's missing a leg, a faux fiancée is the best an ex-soldier can get. He admires her pluck, but the lady deserves a whole man—and he'll ensure she gets one. Miss Daphne Vaughan hates that crying off will destroy Major Blackpool's chances of finding a real bride. She plots to make him jilt her first. Who cares if it ruins her? She never wanted a husband anyway.
But the major is equally determined that she break the engagement.
With both of them on their worst behavior, neither expects their fake betrothal to lead to love...