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Cite Right: a Quick Guide to Citation Styles--MLA, APA, Chicago, the Sciences,
Professions, and More
By Charles Lipson
All have been confused
with the countless details of various citing styles. Through this e-book, one
can find clarity about the specific differences found between MLA, APA,
Chicago, and more. This is a great resource for writing papers.
By Daniel H.
BF 503.P475 2009
In this work, the author analyzes what truly motivates us to do
the things that we do. Basing his theory on forty years of scientific research,
he presents the idea that we are no longer solely motivated by tangible and
immediate rewards. He argues that we are now also driven by self-sufficiency, the
refining of skills, and a realization of the worth of one’s work. This book
offers motivation tips for business owners, educators, and even those who just
can’t seem to make it to the gym.
You’ve Got to be Kidding: How Jokes Can Help You Think
By John and
BC 177.C3455 2009
This father-son collaboration discusses the idea that jokes
actually make us think critically. By breaking down types of jokes and giving
plenty of examples, the duo create an argument that will have you looking at
jokes from a completely different perspective.
The Courage to Teach
By Parker J.
LB 1775.P25 1998
Through this work, the author presents his understanding of what
it truly means to teach and embrace the identity of teacher. A highly recommend
book, this is a must read for all education majors! The book includes a cd
containing an interview with the author.
Children of Hope
Brewer, with Noel Brewer Yeatts
RA 644.A25 B74 2007
In this book, the authors present the reality of the destruction
that HIV/AIDS is wreaking in Africa. Quickly and quietly, millions of children are
losing their parents to HIV/AIDS and are being forced to raise themselves. The
authors put forward a challenge to the American Christian church to do
something about it. Will we just stand by and watch?