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What's so great about Christianity by D'Souza, Dinesh, 1961-

What's so great about Christianity

Today, more than ever, Christianity is under attack. In his new book, best-selling author Dinesh D'Souza takes on the leading critics of Christianity and shows that, against all expectations, Christianity is the fastest-growing religion in the world and that secularism and atheism are on the decline.

Sep 26, 2014
What's mine is yours the rise of collaborative consumption by Botsman, Rachel.

What's mine is yours the rise of collaborative consumption

The recent changes in our economic landscape have only exposed and intensified a phenomenon: an explosion in sharing, bartering, lending, trading, renting, gifting, and swapping. From enormous marketplaces such as eBay and Craigslist to emerging sectors such as peer-to-peer lending (Zopa), "swap trading" (Swaptree), and car sharing (Zipcar), Collaborative Consumption is disrupting outdated modes of business and reinventing not only what we consume but how we consume.While ranging enormously in s

Sep 26, 2014
What's it like to be married to me? and other dangerous questions by Dillow, Linda.

What's it like to be married to me? and other dangerous questions

This isnt what I dreamed about. Cant my marriage be better than this? Yes! Who you become as a wife can impact the intimacy, passion, and joy in your marriage. But how do you get there? In Whats It Like to Be Married to Me?, Linda Dillow challenges you to ask yourself risky questions: What does it feel like to be my husband? What is it like to make love with me? Why do I want to stay mad at him? Extremely intimate and honest, Linda shares the best and worst things she has done in her nearly fift

Sep 26, 2014
What's in the box. by

What's in the box.

A man can "watch" his future and its horrible consequences on his just-repaired TV set. He frantically tries to alter his fate.

Sep 26, 2014
What's going on in there? how the brain and mind develop in the first five years of life by Eliot, Lise.

What's going on in there? how the brain and mind develop in the first five years of life

As a research neuroscientist, Lise Eliot has made the study of the human brain her life's work. But it wasn't until she was pregnant with her first child that she became intrigued with the study of brain development. She wanted to know precisely how the baby's brain is formed, and when and how each sense, skill, and cognitive ability is developed. And most importantly, she was interested in finding out how her role as a nurturer can affect this complex process. How much of her baby's development

Sep 26, 2014
What's bred in the bone by Davies, Robertson, 1913-1995.

What's bred in the bone

Francis Cornish was always good at keeping secrets. From the well-hidden family secret of his childhood to his mysterious encounters with a small-town embalmer, an expert art restorer, a Bavarian countess, and various masters of espionage, the events in Francis' life were not always what they seemed. This wonderfully ingenious portrait of an art expert and collector of international renown is told in stylish, elegant prose and endowed with lavish portions of Davies's wit and wisdom.

Sep 26, 2014
What's age got to do with it? living your healthiest and happiest life by McGraw, Robin.

What's age got to do with it? living your healthiest and happiest life

RobinMcGraw reclaims what it means to be, act, and feel young, showinghow tolive a vibrant life of meaning and satisfaction at any age.

Sep 26, 2014
What you need. by

What you need.

A two-bit thug thinks he's found the key to a better life in an old sidewalk salesman who has the uncanny ability to tell people what they need the most.

Sep 26, 2014
What would you do if you knew you could not fail how to transform fear into courage by Lesowitz, Nina, author.

What would you do if you knew you could not fail how to transform fear into courage

"What would you do if you know you could not fail?" These words, attributed to First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt, have inspired tens of millions to face their fears and dare to follow their hearts. This can-do compendium is a veritable tool kit for transforming readers from reticent to role model. From the authors of Living Life as a Thank You, this volume presents true stories of ordinary people with extraordinary fortitude.|Authors Mary Beth Sammons and Nina Lesowitz have gone to the front lines of

Sep 26, 2014
What would you do if you had no fear? living your dreams while quakin' in your boots by Conway, Diane.

What would you do if you had no fear? living your dreams while quakin' in your boots

For this book, author Diane Conway approached a police officer, a waitress, a politician, a lawyer, a cab driver, and many others, and asked them each the same question: "What would you do if you had no fear?" The results, chronicled in this book, were both surprising and enlightening. Her respondents told her their secrets, their long-hidden dreams, and their fears. Their dreams included quitting mind-numbing jobs, applying to medical school, buying tickets to South America, finding true love,

Sep 26, 2014
What would MacGyver do? [true stories of improvised genius in everyday life] by Vaughan, Brendan.

What would MacGyver do? [true stories of improvised genius in everyday life]

You're driving on a deserted road when your car dies. Your cell phone isn't getting service. All you have on hand are a gum wrapper and a wire hanger.Or maybe you're living in a building without central air conditioning in July. You can't afford an AC; all you have access to are a fan and a bucket of water.In such times of desperation, many have called upon the symbol of all that is inventive, the hero who awed thousands with his cool, quick wit: "What would MacGyver do?" they ask.For anyone

Sep 26, 2014
What women want the global market turns female friendly by Underhill, Paco.

What women want the global market turns female friendly

Paco Underhill, the author of the hugely successful Why We Buy and Call of the Mall, reports on the growing importance of women in everybody's marketplace-what makes a package, product, space, or service "female friendly." Underhill offers a tour of the world's marketplace-with shrewd observations and practical applications to help everybody adapt to the new realities. As large numbers of women become steadily wealthier, more powerful, and more independent, their choices and preferences are tran

Sep 26, 2014
What women fear walking in faith that transforms by Smith, Angie.

What women fear walking in faith that transforms

Sep 26, 2014
What we lost in the dark by Mitchard, Jacquelyn, author.

What we lost in the dark

Allie Kim's deathly allergy to sunlight, XP, still confines her to the night. Now that she's lost her best friend Juliet to an apparent suicide, the night has never felt darker-even with Rob at her side.||Allie knows why Juliet killed herself: to escape the clutches of Garrett Tabor, whom the trio saw committing an unspeakable crime. Garrett is untouchable; the Tabors founded the world-famous XP clinic that keeps Allie and Rob alive and their small Minnesota town on the map. Allie can't rest unt

Sep 26, 2014
What we do for love by Beckerman, Ilene, 1935-

What we do for love

In What We Do For Love, Ilene Beckermen tells her funny, sometimes heartbreaking story that every woman who's ever searched for love will recognize. The First Crush. The phone call that doesn't come. The makeovers after the breakups. And the exchange of marriage vows. Beckerman looks back on a lifetime of trying to find true love. She remembers sneaking out of the house to neck with her high school boyfriend, dancing cheek-to-cheek with her first husband, and settling down with her second.

Sep 26, 2014
What was she thinking? notes on a scandal by Heller, Zoe.

What was she thinking? notes on a scandal

Schoolteacher Barbara Covett follows a solitary lifestyle until a new teacher, Sheba Hart, draws her into a touching confidence. But unbeknownst to their colleagues, Sheba begins an affair with an underage male student. When the facts come to light, Barbara comes to her friend's defense, revealing Sheba's secrets and her own as well.

Sep 26, 2014
What to learn from the swine flu? by Harris, Felicia.

What to learn from the swine flu?

Yes, there are many negative aspects regarding the Swine Flu, but Felicia Harris explains what the most important lesson to learn from the recent epidemic, and what may still come to pass.

Sep 26, 2014
What to do about Alice? by Kerley, Barbara.

What to do about Alice?

Theodore Roosevelt had a small problem...his daughter Alice! Alice Lee Roosevelt was hungry to go places, meet people, do things. Father called it running riot. Alice called it eating up the world. Brimming with affection and wit, this spirited biography gives readers a peek into family life inside the White House.

Sep 26, 2014
What the heart sees a collection of Amish romances by Fuller, Kathleen.

What the heart sees a collection of Amish romances

Some believe in love at first sight. But lasting love is most clearly seen with the heart. A Miracle for Miriam: Miriam forgave Seth for humiliating her when they were children on the schoolyard, but since then, shes guarded her heart. Years later, Miriam sees him at a Christmas party and notices something has changednot just how he acts, but how he looks. When Seth pursues her, she rebuffs him. Shes not that foolish love-struck girl anymore. But Seth is intent on convincing her that hes worth a

Sep 26, 2014
What the customer wants you to know how everybody needs to think differently about sales by Charan, Ram.

What the customer wants you to know how everybody needs to think differently about sales

The bestselling author of What the CEO Wants You to Know teaches you how to rethink sales from the outside in.More than ever, these days, the sales process often turns into a war about price-a frustrating, unpleasant war that takes all the fun out of selling. But there's a better way to think about sales, says bestselling author Ram Charan, who is famous for clarifying and simplifying difficult business problems.Instead of starting with your product or service, start with your customer's problem

Sep 26, 2014