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The Professor and the Madman by Simon Winchester
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No genius is normal. I don't know whether this means that I should be Because of Dr. Minor, I have many fond memories of asking my father what certain words meant, only to be told curtly,"Look it up." And when my father saw me listening to Bad Religi ...more
The Professor and the Madman by Simon Winchester
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The Art of War by Sun Tzu
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This book is required reading to complete certain MCIs. While I wouldn't call it an 'Art', Sun Tzu explains the "science" behind war, mentalities and strategy. I read this book along side two others: Machiavelli's The Prince, and the DoD's Command an ...more
Don't Forget to Write by 826 Valencia
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826 National writing guide specifically for ages 11 years through high school can actually be used for students as young as first grade and through college freshman expository composition. These aren't simply writing projects; they're fun, and some o ...more
Teaching Today by David G. Armstrong
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This graduate textbook on education reads like an 'Allure: 9 Hot New Moves to Turn Him On and Make Him Fall' article. Armstrong, Kenneth, and Savage are all men, so I wonder, 'Why the maudlin writing style, guys?' Between these three educators, there ...more
The Plot by Will Eisner
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An entertaining and quick way to get the full history of the horrid Protocols of the Elders of Zion. A great tool to explain anti-Semitic stereotypes to my children, or to anyone who doesn't know the original book is untrue.
We Dare You! by Vicki Cobb
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Teaches you how to create a sunset in a glass of water and how to create the illusion of levitating cardboard. Concise but fun explanations of the science behind these quick bets (experiments). Great for adults in a dull work-place, too.
The Book of Virtues by William J. Bennett
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This book should belong in every parent's library. Each story is no more than a few pages long and has a moral at the end to be discussed with the kids. If you need a reprieve from the heavy reading of religious works yet still crave some substance, ...more
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