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Mere Christianity

Mere Christianity

by Clive Staples Lewis
227 Pages · 2015 · 1 MB · 1 Downloads · New!
" Happiness doesn't result from what we get, but from what we give. ” ― Ben Carson
The Moth Presents All These Wonders
by Catherine Burns
352 Pages · 2017 · 6 MB · 4,273 Downloads · New!
The Moth Presents All These Wonders are the true stories and radio communication guide which enlist the several true stories of the people. Catherine Burns is the author of this magnificent book. She is the founder of The Moth, which is a nonprofit organization and a podcast show. Catherine shares the forty-five heart touching stories of the young and adults that are full of courage, facing the unknown and risk. Hasan Minhaj lives with his family in Afghanistan. The situation in Afghanistan is terrible and people are running from there. No one knows how this terrible situation ends. Hasan’s father decided to flee from the country and they pack everything to land in America.
Synthesizing Gravity
by Kay Ryan
208 Pages · 2015 · 1 MB · 1,367 Downloads · New!
The “Synthesizing Gravity: Selected Prose” is a wonderful essay book. Kay Ryan is the author of this book. Ryan is a lifetime Californian whose honors include the Pulitzer Prize and the National Humanities Medal awarded by President Obama. She served two terms as U.A. Poet Laureate and is a former MacArthur Fellow. The author’s unique style and beautiful writing style are very evident throughout the reading. In this essay, Ryan writes her private previously unpublished soundings of poems. She is a kind of wisecracking philosopher, a quantum physicist of space who also clearly knows how clear voice sounds better than when alone.
New Daughters of Africa
by Margaret Busby
1040 Pages · 2015 · 4 MB · 1 Downloads · New!
The “New Daughters of Africa: An International Anthology of Writing by Women of African Descent” is a marvellous book which describes the stories of black women. The author of this best-selling book is Margaret Busby. Margaret was born in Ghana and educated in Britain. She co-founded Allison and became a Director of Earthscan. She has been literary awards judge including the Caine and Commonwealth prizes. Margaret Busby describes in this book, the work of more than 200 women writers of African descent, showcasing their contributions to modern literature and international culture. Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie is a novelist and feminist campaigner who was born in1977 in Enugu, Nigeria. She wrote different books and novels. Yrsa Daley-Ward is a writer, model, and actor of West Indian and West African heritage. Her memoir, “The Terrible” was published in 2018. Phillippa Yaa de Villiers is an award-winning South African writer and performance artist, who perform her work nationality and internationally. Furthermore, Roxane Gay is an American writer, professor, and editor. She is the author of The New York Times best-selling essay collection Bad Feminist. To sum it up, New Daughters of Africa by Margaret Busbydemonstrating the diversity and extraordinary achievements of black women.
The Impossible Will Take a Little While
by Paul Rogat Loeb
422 Pages · 2015 · 2 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
“The Impossible Will Take a Little While: A Citizen’s Guide to Hope in a Time of Fear” is a wonderful inspirational book. Paul Rogat Loeb is the author of this motivational book. Paul Loeb has spent thirty-five years on researching and writing about citizen responsibility and empowerment. He has written numerous books and all these engage the reader from start to end of the page. The Impossible Will Take a Little While is a truly inspiring book. In this book Paul Loeb pulling different authors and experiences, it is possible to feel with positive hope. This book has no end to negative news and revelations of ever more expressions of individual and collective human violence, inhumanity, and destructive selfishness. In addition, this book is the companion to Margaret Mead’s advice to remember that a small group of passionate people can change the world. In short, The Impossible Will Take a Little While short stories and essays from a few of the world’s most brilliant civic leaders.
Small Victories
by Anne Lamott
304 Pages · 2014 · 1 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
Small Victories is the personal development, spiritual and self-help book that describes the community, family, and faith. Anne Lamott is the author of this tremendous book. She is the bestselling writer of both fiction and nonfiction books. This book contains the new collection of Anne’s essays, grace, hope, and joy. There are three things that matter most in our life such as community, faith, and family. These are things that every person dealing with no matter him/she is poor or rich. You can manage these things through money but with a proper plan. We cannot choose our community on our own and it’s a kind of surprise we take after we born. Learn how to live a better life in a community surrounded by you. You are a good person and a good man always makes the community better. Better society grooms better people. Family is also gifted from nature and we cannot choose it by our self. Give your family time that makes relation strong. A good person with a family is the first key to stay happy. This book tells about transformation, restoration, and forgiveness. Learn, how to turn yourself to God in a helpless situation and how to find joy when you find yourself lost.
H Is for Hawk
by Helen Macdonald
320 Pages · 2016 · 1 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
H Is for Hawk is the short essays, memoir and nature book which plots the life journey of the author while training her Hawk. Helen Macdonald is the author of this tremendous book. She is an incredible writer, historian, naturalist, illustrator, and poet. This book earned massive respect among the readers and the community who knows the literature. It is the finalist for the National Book Critics Circle Award and also shortlists for the Kirkus Prize. There are various other awards won by this impressive book. Helen Macdonald was broken after the death of her father and he was the only family he left. She is very close to her father and he is not anymore alive. Helen is very much attracted to hawks and she decided to take one for him. She is not an expert on training but she has a name for her hawk. Mabel is the name of her bird, her beak was open and looking to her with her sun eyes. Helen tries training to different birds in her late teens and being a historian she can help Mabel to raise as a predator. The author describes each and everything how she trained her hawk and share her feeling when Mabel murder pigeon, blackbird, and magpie. This book is sensational to read for everyone so don’t miss your chance.