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Chinese Laundries
A social history of the role of the Chinese laundry on the survival of early Chinese immigrants in the U.S.during the Chinese Exclusion law period, 1882-1943, and...
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Southern Fried RIce
Southern Fried Rice: Life in a Chinese Laundry in the Deep South is my memoir about my immigrant parents and their children and their social and cultural isolation...
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Psych of Alcohol and Other Drugs
Psychology of Alcohol and Other Drugs explores the physical effects of alcohol use, individual use origins, personality, age, race/ethnic, and gender differences in...
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Personality Not Included
Personality Not Included is a fun new book about the secret to making your organization more authentic, whether you are the boss, an employee, a small business or...
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What Are You Laughing At?
The definitive book on how to "write funny" is the first to compare writing comedic screenplays with fiction and non-fiction in all forms. Using...
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You knock at the door of the old mansion up on the hill, and who answers? Your host, none other than Gene Simmons, beckoning you inside. The door slams shut. You...
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Death in Paradise
Unnatural celebrity deaths and unnaturally celebrated murders pockmark the history of Los Angeles, looming as large in the public imagination as the Hollywood stars...
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The first Fishnet Angel comic book featuring the popular character from Cyber Age Adventures magazine. When Ashtanyaka loses his/her memories in a battle, things...
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The Gotham City Sourcebook provides detailed information on the people, places, and organizations of the Dark Knight's favorite city, as well as personal...
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Authentic Parenting in a Postmodern Culture
Product Description What is postmodernism? Is it good or bad? Does it have anything to do with being an effective, godly parent? With sensitivity, grace, and a...
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Claudia's friend Kelly learns that she's an aunt when her estranged half-sister Erin shows up in desperate need of help. Erin and her husband have been living as...
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The Shadow Wife
  Note: The Shadow Wife was originally published as Cypress Point Joelle D’Angelo’s best friend, Mara, is left with brain damage after she...
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BIG PRESENCE isn't just for BIG COMPANIES anymore! A social media marketing handbook for small business owners on the go Social media has opened the door to...
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The Blackberry Patch
by former member
The Blackberry Patch is an exhilarating, step by step journey into the beautiful, lush haven of blackberries! Using all five senses, join author Gina McKnight D’...
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Not Quite Adults: Why 20-Somethings Are Choosing a Slower Path to Adulthood and Why It's Good for Everyone
Based on more than 500 interviews and ten years' of research, "Not Quite Adults: Why 20-Somethings Are Choosing a Slower Path to Adulthood and Why It's Good...
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Connect, Communicate, and Profit
In “Connect, Communicate, and Profit”, D'vorah Lansky presents you with the strategies and techniques that you need to get up to speed quickly on the basics of...
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The material is right there in front of you. You’ve known yourself for, well, a lifetime—and you finally feel ready to share your story with the world. Yet when it...
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Ms Militancy
In Ms Militancy Meena Kandasamy stands myths on their heads in highly experimental poems, which critic and poet K. Satchidanandan says, “shock and sting the readers...
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It is the year 2090 A. D. The United States ceased to exist twenty years earlier, after the Supreme Court declared all participates in an abortion subject to...
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Amassunu, Poems by Eric Quinn
Poetry is often mentioned as a vehicle for a poet’s exploration of his or her own life. Eric Quinn has taken this motif and run with it: born in Brazil, he offers...
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