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  • None of Us the Same

    Book 1 - Sweet Wine of Youth
    2017 The Independent Author Network Book of the Year Awards Finalist2017 B.R.A.G. Medallion Honoree2017 Wishing Shelf Book Awards Bronze Medal2017 Discovering Diamonds Review2018 Goethe Award for Historical Fiction Finalist & 1st Place Category WinnerFiery Dublin nurse Deirdre Brannigan has opinions on everything. She cert... ... Read more

    £1.99

  • None of Us Were Like This Before

    American Soldiers and Torture

    The legacy of torture in the "War on Terror," told through the story of one tank battalionNone of Us Were Like This Before recounts the dark journey of a tank battalion as its focus switched from conventional warfare to guerrilla war and prisoner detention. Phillips’s narrative reveals how a group of ordinary soldiers, ill trained for the responsibilities foisted upon them, descended into a cycle ... Read more

    £7.19

  • None of Us is As Good As All of Us

    How McDonald's Prospers by Embracing Inclusion and Diversity

    An inside account of how McDonald's turns diversity into successEveryone knows McDonald's, one of the most recognizable brand names in the world. But few know the extent to which McDonald's continued and ongoing success is due to the company's internal philosophy of inclusion and diversity. One of the biggest employers in the world, McDonald's staff is one of the world's most racially, culturally, ... Read more

    £17.99

  • Audiobook

    None of Us is As Good As All of Us

    How McDonald's Prospers by Embracing Inclusion and Diversity

    Unabridged

    4 hours 39 min

    None of Us is As Good As All of Us tells the first insider story from any major corporation on how diversity within the organization translates into success in business. Its a dramatic tale told from the perspective of the people who made it happen. Although everyone knows McDonalds, very few people realize that its overwhelming, worldwide sensation is due, in part, to its commitment to inclusion ... Read more

    £9.34 or free with audiobook trial

  • All of Us at the Same Time

    by Jo Dereske ...
    From Jo Dereske, author of the bestselling Miss Zukas mystery series, a memoir of Alzheimer's.  One year spent in rural Michigan caring for Louise and Mike, an aunt and uncle who both had dementia.  Surrounded by nature, fight the inevitable.  A year of challenge, sorry, joy, and enduring love.  Interspersed with entries from Louise's personal diary of Prohibition-era Chicago.  ". . . a ... Read more

    £2.87

  • Two Pups

    What makes us different. What makes us the same.

    by Seona Calder ...
    LOOKING AT THINGS DIFFERENTLYTHE WONDER OF UNEXPECTED FRIENDSHIPIn this delightful take on an unlikely friendship, artist and writer, Seona Calder, invites us to embrace our differences while celebrating what we have in common.Written in and lavishly illustrated in a style that is easily accessible to young children or early readers, this book helps with hard-to-explain concepts, such as ... Read more

    £3.99

  • Why Do We Still Have A Race Problem?

    Whatever Makes Us Different, Makes Us the Same

    America has changed, however the disparity of equality between white and African Americans have not. African Americans are still statistically unemployed more than whites, statistically first in receiving welfare benefits and first in violent crimes reporting. Today, African Americans and white people have similarly the same problem, earnestly trying to provide a better future for their children ... Read more

    £2.43

  • None of the Above

    Nonreligious Identity in the US and Canada

    Book 4 - Secular Studies
    Compares secular attitudes characterizing “religious nones” in the United States and CanadaAlmost a quarter of American and Canadian adults are nonreligious, while teens and young adults are even less likely to identify religiously. None of the Above explores the growing phenomenon of “religious nones” in North America. Who are the religious nones? Why, and where, is this population growing?While ... Read more

    £20.39

  • None of the Above

    The Untold Story of the Atlanta Public Schools Cheating Scandal, Corporate Greed , and the Criminalization of Educators

    An insider’s account of the infamous Atlanta Public Schools cheating scandal that scapegoated black employees for problems rooted in the education reform movement.In March of 2013, 35 educators in the Atlanta Public Schools were charged with racketeering and conspiracy—the same charges used to bring down the American mafia—for allegedly changing students’ answers on standardized tests. All but one ... Read more

    £8.79

  • None of the Above

    How the Unaffiliated are Redefining Religion and Keeping Faith

    The notion of redefining religion’s role in our lives is not an academic exercise. It is an urgent modern imperative. This book confronts all religious dogma. It challenges the idea and practice of the need for a middle man between man and God. It invites the reader to consider the modern rise of the “Nones”--the religiously unaffiliated--and to join this magnificent silent social tsunami. It ... Read more

    £2.99

  • Up For Grabs 2

    None of the Above

    As editor Lauren P. Burka says in her introduction, "All erotica is the story of sex breaking free from biological need to become the co-conspirator of pleasure." Never is that more apparent than in the sharp-eyed, sharp-minded stories she has selected for Up For Grabs 2, the second volume of gender exploratory erotica she has brought together by asking the question "What happens to sex if we let ... Read more

    £4.31

  • Audiobook

    None of the Above

    The Untold Story of the Atlanta Public Schools Cheating Scandal, Corporate Greed, and the Criminalization of Educators

    Unabridged

    10 hours 53 min

    An insider’s account of the infamous Atlanta Public Schools cheating scandal which scapegoated black employees for problems caused by an education reform movement that is increasingly a proxy for corporate greed.In March of 2013, thirty-five black educators in Atlanta Public Schools were charged with racketeering and conspiracy—the same charges used to bring down the American mafia—for allegedly ... Read more

    £14.38 or free with audiobook trial