Books That Deserve To Be Read

There are more than half a million books published each year in the US alone. Not all of them make the best seller lists. We are on a quest to find the books that deserve to be in the best seller list.

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Children’s book about the history of important inventions which changed the world

A Wonder In the Garden

learn abut the rich ecology, the web of life and natural wonders that live just outside our doors, in gardens parks or cracks in pavements. When you learn what to look for these are as rich and as awesome as a distant rainforest. Unable to travel to find wonders? You dont have to.

MARRYING FOR FAME

Janet Ashby and David Villa are a pair of ambitious singers that want to become famous. This couple is as different as night and day, but at the suggestion of their pushy talent agent, they decided that a marriage of convenience would help both of their careers. They get married and become friends, and slowly realize that fame is not the only thing in store for them. This light-hearted romance will make you laugh, smile, and warm your hearts!

The #1 Project Management Mistake, Plus 7 More Lessons

Do you experience problems and pain in your working life as a project manager? Is there a lack of progress with projects at work? Do you experience that there is a lack of useful information on project management that is especially aimed at beginners? Are you constantly frustrated by the lack of budgets to properly complete project tasks? Do you experience a constant worry about completing projects on time? Do you feel that you lack the experience to be confident in the role of a new project manager?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, you require this book!
This book has been prepared as a guide for newly certified project-management professionals who are looking to learn the fundamental do’s and don’ts of project management, but it is also of interest to any person who is interested in making a career out of project management or just interested in the subject.
If you work through this book, you will feel that sense of anticipation, eagerness, and excitement for you, the newly qualified PM, to go out and face your first project with the knowledge that we provide, assisting you in making a success of your first and future projects.
Nothing will prepare you for that immense sense of achievement and success when you get this right. This prepares you for a massively rewarding career working with people and being rewarded accordingly through the continuous “rinse and repeat” of the lessons provided in the body of the book.
Do not delay, but take action; get the book now, and set yourself on the way to project-management success!

Directions from a lost man

A self-help book from the perspective of a young man that has seen reality for what it truly is. It’s messy, confusing, painful, and at the same time, it’s a blessing to experience. Through a lifetime of events and documentation through them, this young man has seen the truth. Life happens to us all, and by no means are we ever alone in our darkness. Through words, he shines his light in hopes to show the reader that they aren’t alone. Our struggles are what connect us.

The Afghanistan Papers: A Secret History of the War

Unlike the wars in Vietnam and Iraq, the US invasion of Afghanistan in 2001 had near-unanimous public support. At first, the goals were straightforward and clear: to defeat al-Qaeda and prevent a repeat of 9/11. Yet soon after the United States and its allies removed the Taliban from power, the mission veered off course and US officials lost sight of their original objectives.

Distracted by the war in Iraq, the US military became mired in an unwinnable guerrilla conflict in a country it did not understand. But no president wanted to admit failure, especially in a war that began as a just cause. Instead, the Bush, Obama, and Trump administrations sent more and more troops to Afghanistan and repeatedly said they were making progress, even though they knew there was no realistic prospect for an outright victory.

Just as the Pentagon Papers changed the public’s understanding of Vietnam, The Afghanistan Papers contains startling revelation after revelation from people who played a direct role in the war, from leaders in the White House and the Pentagon to soldiers and aid workers on the front lines. In unvarnished language, they admit that the US government’s strategies were a mess, that the nation-building project was a colossal failure, and that drugs and corruption gained a stranglehold over their allies in the Afghan government. All told, the account is based on interviews with more than 1,000 people who knew that the US government was presenting a distorted, and sometimes e