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The Boy Who Loved Too Much

The Boy Who Loved Too Much

by Jennifer Latson
304 Pages · 2018 · 2  MB · 2 Downloads · New!
" Happiness doesn't result from what we get, but from what we give. ” ― Ben Carson
Long Live the Tribe of Fatherless Girls
by T Kira Madden
336 Pages · 2019 · 3  MB · 3,192 Downloads · New!
Long Live the Tribe of Fatherless Girls is the biography, demographic studies, memoir and bereavement book which tells the story of a woman who suffered from addiction in teenage. T Kira Madden is the author of this tremendous book. She is an amateur magician, photographer, and APIA writer. Madden is also the founding editor-in-chief in non-profit organization. She was just ten years old when her father died in an accident. Madden missed her father but her mother took her responsibility. The situation becomes worse for Madden when she befriended by bad guys.
First, They Erased Our Name
by Habiburahman, Sophie Ansel
256 Pages · 2019 · 1 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
First, They Erased Our Name is the memoir, human rights and ethnic demographic book which tells how the government of Burma is violating human rights. Habiburahman and Sophie Ansel are the authors of this impressive book. Habiburahman born and raised in a small village of western Burma. He was a Muslim and Muslims are consider inferiors in Burma. The government of Burma was not polite with the Muslim community and they often irritate with the complicated rules. Habiburahman was thirteen years old in 1982 when the dictatorship of Burma takes the citizenship of Habiburahman and millions of other Muslims. They are stateless and all of them have to leave Burma as soon as possible. Habiburahman’s family left everything which they have and moving towards the boarders with hope to settle down in Asia. Unfortunately, they got no luck and it’s been an endless journey for Habiburahman to settle. He spends three years in jail while moving to Europe and still he did not does anything for his people. Now after three decades, Burma’s government once again asked the Muslims to leave the country in 2016, when 70,000 Muslims left the country and cross the Bangladesh border. This is a well-written and describes a book about the struggles of the Muslim community in Burma.
Skin Deep
by Gavin Evans
400 Pages · 2019 · 3 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
Skin Deep is the demographic studies, history, racism, general anthropology and discrimination book which discusses the myths in the light of science. Gavin Evans is the author of this tremendous book. There are different myths about the world and human evolution. We believe all those things that we read in the books or by our elders. All of us wanted to know about racism and how it affected our lives but we are afraid to ask a question. There is a myth that early Europeans were white but in reality, they are not. The very first Europeans are black with blue eyes. They have curly black hairs and strong shoulders just like the African-Americans. Myth: the culture on the European lands is about 50,000 to 70,000 years old. The reality is different and it is tens of thousands years earlier along with the origin of culture in Africa. What is racism and how it changes our mind about a specific person? How we are the victim of our own deeds instead of others. How human beings came into existence and what’s the reality of evolution theory. What is archaeology, paleontology, anthropology, and genetics? What is the color of the first human and how it transformed from white to dark or dark to white? This is an incredible book to read for everyone.
Bebe Day
by Pamela Druckerman
160 Pages · 2013 · 1 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
Bebe Day by Day is the parenting, social sciences and kids psychology guide which shares the different techniques adopted by French Parents to control their children. Pamela Druckerman is the author of this fascinating book. She is a journalist who decided to reveal the secret of happiness which the French community have in their lives. Pamela is married and has a young son living in Paris. She noticed the lifestyle of French people very closely and Pamela finds nothing except happiness. They are brothers, sisters, daughters, sons, couples and parents. Being parent is one of the difficult jobs in the world to do especially when kids are young. She witnessed that French people are gourmet eaters, calm parents and good sleepers. Pamela wanted to know how they achieve everything in their lives which is the ultimate success of every human. She shares the impressive lessons to caregivers and parents to fallow while growing their kids. The parents will learn how to teach your kids about patience and how to settle in an uncomfortable situation? Find out the techniques which make your kids addict of sleeping early in the night and waking early in the morning. How the parents live their happily while growing their kids on the parallel side. This book is the ultimate guide of everyone to seek peace and happiness in personal lives.
Why Don’t You Write My Eulogy Now So I Can Correct It?
by Patricia Marx, Roz Chast
112 Pages · 2015 · 45 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
The “Why Don’t You Write My Eulogy Now So I Can Correct It?: A Mother’s Suggestions” is a great book that shares the story of a mother. Patricia Marx and Roz Chast are the authors of this amazing book. Roz Chast has loved to draw cartoons since childhood. She attended Rhode Island School of Design, majoring in painting because it looked more artistic. She is also the author of “Going into Town”. Patricia Marx has been contributing to The New Yorker since 1989. She is a former writer for “Rugrats” and “Saturday Night Live” and also writes many other books. The authors describe every mother know best about the kids. Roz Chast makes a book, which based on the cartoon. This book gives some suggestions to all the readers about life struggles. This book is helpful for children. To sum it up, Why Don’t You Write My Eulogy Now So I Can Correct It? is a wonderful book for all kids and elders.
Beautiful Boy
by David Sheff
352 Pages · 2015 · 1 MB · 1 Downloads · New!
“Beautiful Boy: A Father’s Journey Through His Son’s Addiction” is a stunningly written book, an intense and emotional memoir of a father’s struggle to deal with his brilliant, charismatic, and caring son’s addiction to methamphetamine. David Sheff is the author of this powerful and amazing book. David Sheff’s writing is painful, educational and incredibly revealing. David Sheff is a courageous man. Beautiful Boy is a great read, a horror story, and great reference material. Beautiful Boy unfurls a father’s journey to understanding that the greatest love he can offer his drug-addicted son, and himself, is though letting go of all that he believes is essential to being a father. How do we live with our children’s terrible decisions? How to we love our kids and hate what they do to themselves and to us? How do you love someone unconditionally yet find that they don’t love you the same way? And what if, despite being the best parent you knew how to be, your missteps have contributed to the devastation of those you love the most, those for whom you were entrusted to care? Any parent will find an emotion/reaction/behaviour to which they can relate in Beautiful Boy, even if your family is stable. This is a poignant story of a man who never gave up on his son, but had to learn how to love him differently in order to protect him. Finally, “Beautiful Boy” is an extremely powerful story of the tragic horrors of addiction.