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Inside Mrs. B's Classroom

's Classroom : Courage, Hope, and Learning on Chicago's South Side by Leslie Baldacci

Road to Valor (@S Craig Debenham)

Road to Valor ( Craig Debenham)

The Numerati (@Tom Nawara)

The Numerati ( Nawara)

I Want My MTV (@Tom Nawara)

I Want My MTV (@Tom Nawara)

This marvelous and inspiring book is the amazing story of Brown's unending desire to make a difference by guiding a group of students from first grade to college. Brown and her foundation are now committed to adopting a new crop of kids to send to college every four years.

The Promise : Oral Lee Brown : 9780385511476

Rising Strong by Brene Brown, The physics of vulnerability is simple: If we are brave enough, often enough, we will fall. Rising Strong is a book about what it takes to get back up and how owning our stories of struggle gives us the power to write a daring new ending. Struggle can be our greatest call to courage and and the clearest path to a wholehearted life.

Brene Brown - Rising Strong

Brené Brown’s next book, Rising Strong, comes out on August That gives you time to read her other two books.

Smile or Die: How Positive Thinking Fooled America and the World by Barbara Ehrenreich,http://www.amazon.com/dp/1847081355/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_OoHKsb145GQB641F

Smile or Die: How Positive Thinking Fooled America and the World: Barbara Ehrenreich: (in US, title is Bright-Sided)

Creating Classrooms Where Teachers Love to Teach and Students Love to Learn

Creating Classrooms Where Teachers Love to Teach and Students Love to Learn: Bob Sornson Ph.

English, August: An Indian Story

English, August: by Upamanyu Chatterjee Featured in: 50 Writers, 50 Books - The Best of Indian Fiction.

Good to Great: Why Some Companies Make the Leap... and Others Don't (Hardcover)By Jim Collins

Jim Collins explains why some companies leap from good to great and why others do not.

how we can learn to make sense of statistics and turn ignorance into insight. However much we want certainty in our lives, it feels as if we live in an uncertain and dangerous world. But are we guilty of wildly exaggerating the chances of some unwanted event happening to us? Are we misled by our ignorance of the reality of risk? Far too many of us, argues Gerd Gigerenzer, are hampered by our own innumeracy, while statistics are often presented to us in highly confusing ways.

Previously released as "Calculated Risks," a great popular statistics book. Great section on Relative Risks with example of the WOSCOPS statin trial.

Why Have Children?: The Ethical Debate (Basic Bioethics): Christine Overall: 9780262016988: Amazon.com: Books

: The Ethical Debate (Basic Bioethics)

40+ Life-Changing Books to Read This Year Influence: The Psychology of Persuasion Figure out what gets people to say "yes" and what pushes them away with  Influence (£8).

Influence: The Psychology of Persuasion

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