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Posted by sjavaid  On Oct 12, 2017 at 11:24 AM
  
I am going to try and be transparent and set up my own reading log here.  Trying to figure out how to set up two columns.
Posted by Guest  On Nov 16, 2016 at 12:19 PM 9 Comments
  
Russka 
If you want to experience history up close and personal, this is the book for you.  Russka is a work of historical fiction dealing with the complex history of the largest country in the world, Russia.  While reading the book you experience Russia’s rich and complex history through the story of four families over a period of nearly 2000 years!  Follow their stories through war, revolutions, romances and politics.  The story of these families may be fiction but the events are very real giving you an insight into the mentality and politics of present day Russia.

by Ms. A. Turalski
Posted by Guest  On Jan 30, 2014 at 11:54 AM
  
A book on tantalizing food from the Caribbean. You learn about their colorful mixture of amazing seasonings, tropical ingredients, and many delicious recipes. It ranges from a number of islands such as Trinidad, Barbados, Haiti, Grenada, Guadeloupe, and many more.

I would recommend this book to all those who enjoy the taste of Caribbean food, and for those who wish to learn some of their recipes.
Posted by Guest  On Jan 30, 2014 at 11:52 AM
  
In this book, you learn about infectious mononucleosis, called "mono" for short, and jokingly referred to as "the kissing disease." While kissing is the most common method of transmission, this illness can be transmitted in a number of ways. You will also learn of it's symtoms, it's connection to other diseases, and read discussions by the author on how to prevent the disease.

This is a book I would recommend to all ages.
Posted by Guest  On Jan 30, 2014 at 11:50 AM
  
Learning Disabilities is a book that provides you information on those who have trouble learning, what these conditions are, what causes them, and how people live with them. It also provides you the latest information about  treatments and prevention, and the laws made to help children with these problems (such as IDEA). 

This is a book I would highly recommend to everyone, but especially teachers and the school staff.
Posted by Guest  On Jan 30, 2014 at 11:49 AM
  
Like the title says, it's a book about first aid, complete with a practical guide to emergency medical care. This range from shocks to burns, fractures and dislocations, head injuries, bug bites to frost bite, mouth-to-mouth resuscitation, and many more medical issues. 

This was a book made to HELP people so I recommend this book to everyone. Instead of feeling helpless and being a liability, you can be an asset when an accident occurs.
Posted by Guest  On Jan 30, 2014 at 11:47 AM
  
This book is an easy, ethnic cook book that gives you recipes for delicious, authentic Indian meals. It gives you different menu ideas such as vegetarian meals, or just regular snacks and beverages. It gives you healthy cooking tips, and even a metric conversion to help you!

I would recommend this book to those who have a love for cooking, or for those who simply wish to learn about Indian food.
Posted by Guest  On Jan 30, 2014 at 11:46 AM
  
This is a short book about caffeine, one of the most commonly used drugs in the world. You'll get to learn both the benefits and the setbacks of having caffeine as well as how it affects a persons mood and behavior. You'll also learn of the different forms it comes into such as coffee, tea and soda.

I would highly recommend this book to coffee and/or tea lovers, chocolate addicts, soda cravers, and anyone else who needs caffeine to stimulate them.
Posted by Guest  On Jan 30, 2014 at 11:45 AM
  
Hmmm, are cell phones dangerous, that is the question. Don't take it from commercials, just read the book to find out. You'll learn how it affects society, especially our youths and future generations. In this book, you'll learn of the many dangers of having cell phones, from being hacked, to affecting your driving, the health problems, and many more. Also, you will find out the origins of the Cell Phone Debate and how it got started. 

This is a book I would highly recommend to everyone, especially our young people today. One could learn a lot from reading if cell phones are dangerous.

Quote: Too much of a good thing is a bad thing.
Posted by Guest  On Jan 30, 2014 at 11:43 AM
  
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