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Cirque Du Freak The Saga Of Darren Shan Book 1

Author : Darren Shan
ISBN : 9780007539468
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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The amazing manga retelling of Darren Shan’s international best-selling vampire saga, with illustrations by Japanese artist Takahiro Arai.

Cirque Du Freak

Author : Darren Shan
ISBN : 0007244843
Genre : Children's stories
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Told in a compelling 'mock-umentary'style, Cirque Du Freak is more than just a spooky supernatural tale. It has bags of teaching potential, and is consistently described as one of the best books to engage reluctant readers a and keep them reading.. Darren is just your average schoolboy a or was, at least a until he and his friend Steve buy tickets to the outlawed magical and macabre Cirque Du Freak. Packed with wonderfully grotesque characters a including a snake-boy, a wolf-man and, most exciting of all, an enormous performing spider a the boys are enchanted, fascinated and yet terrified by the show. Darren, a total spider freak, decides to steal and train the spider to perform amazing tricks. Not realising the extreme consequences of his daring theft, Darren finds himself forced to make a terrible bargain with a creature of the nighta

The Tipping Point

Author : Malcolm Gladwell
ISBN : 0316648523
Genre : Causation
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Malcolm Gladwell explains and analyses the tipping point, that magic moment when ideas, trends and social behaviour cross a threshold, tip and spread like wildfire. His method provides a new way of viewing experiences and developing strategies.

The Tipping Point

Author : Malcolm Gladwell
ISBN : 9780759574731
Genre : Business & Economics
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The tipping point is that magic moment when an idea, trend, or social behavior crosses a threshold, tips, and spreads like wildfire. Just as a single sick person can start an epidemic of the flu, so too can a small but precisely targeted push cause a fashion trend, the popularity of a new product, or a drop in the crime rate. This widely acclaimed bestseller, in which Malcolm Gladwell explores and brilliantly illuminates the tipping point phenomenon, is already changing the way people throughout the world think about selling products and disseminating ideas.

The Tipping Point Summary

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The Tipping Point: A Complete Summary! The Tipping Point, also known by its full name, The Tipping Point: How Little Things Can Make a Big Difference, is another excellent work by Malcolm Gladwell. He is already known for his five non-fiction novels, and is also a regular contributor to the New York Times. One of the most significant things about Gladwell is that he is a man of detail; this is visible through all of his work. The author is also famous for collecting stories and compiling them into one whole, searching for the moments where the stories will intersect so that he can explain how so many things are connected. In this book Gladwell compares the idea of a virus with what he actually intends to talk about, information, and how both of these reach a point where they "tip." I am certain that after reading this book many readers will have far better insight into how information "roams" throughout the world. After reading this book, we will surely have more knowledge about what one piece of information can do to society when it is released in just the right way, which is exactly what the author intended for us to learn. The Tipping Point is not just a book filled with anecdotes, mixed together with knowledge from sociology, psychology and journalism. It is, in addition, like many of Gladwell's other books, an inspiration. An inspiration for learning and trying something new and, in this case, try something that we may have thought was not really that important. Here Is A Preview Of What You Will Get: - A summarized version of the book. - You will find the book analyzed to further strengthen your knowledge. - Fun multiple choice quizzes, along with answers to help you learn about the book. Get a copy, and learn everything about The Tipping Point.

100 Statements About The Tipping Point

Author : Max Rell
ISBN : 5458787692
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In this book, we have hand-picked the most sophisticated, unanticipated, absorbing (if not at times crackpot!), original and musing book reviews of "The Tipping Point: How Little Things Can Make a Big Difference." Don't say we didn't warn you: these reviews are known to shock with their unconventionality or intimacy. Some may be startled by their biting sincerity; others may be spellbound by their unbridled flights of fantasy. Don't buy this book if: 1. You don't have nerves of steel. 2. You expect to get pregnant in the next five minutes. 3. You've heard it all.

David And Goliath

Author : Malcolm Gladwell
ISBN : 9780241959602
Genre : Social Science
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David and Goliath is the dazzling and provocative new book from Malcolm Gladwell, no.1 bestselling author of The Tipping Point, Blink, Outliers and What the Dog Saw Why do underdogs succeed so much more than we expect? How do the weak outsmart the strong? In David and Goliath Malcolm Gladwell takes us on a scintillating and surprising journey through the hidden dynamics that shape the balance of power between the small and the mighty. From the conflicts in Northern Ireland, through the tactics of civil rights leaders and the problem of privilege, Gladwell demonstrates how we misunderstand the true meaning of advantage and disadvantage. When does a traumatic childhood work in someone's favour? How can a disability leave someone better off? And do you really want your child to go to the best school he or she can get into? David and Goliath draws on the stories of remarkable underdogs, history, science, psychology and on Malcolm Gladwell's unparalleled ability to make the connections others miss. It's a brilliant, illuminating book that overturns conventional thinking about power and advantage. 'A global phenomenon... there is, it seems, no subject over which he cannot scatter some magic dust' Observer

What The Dog Saw

Author : Malcolm Gladwell
ISBN : 9781846142772
Genre : Social Science
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In What the Dog Saw Malcolm Gladwell covers everything from criminology to spaghetti sauce to show how the most ordinary subjects can illuminate the most extraordinary things about ourselves and our world. Looking under the surface of the seemingly mundane, he explores the underdogs, the overlooked, the curious, the miraculous and the disastrous, and reveals how everyone and everything contains an incredible story. What the Dog Saw is Gladwell at his very best - asking questions and finding surprising answers. 'A global phenomenon... there is, it seems, no subject over which he cannot scatter some magic dust' Observer 'Gladwell makes the world seem fresh and exciting again' Evening Standard 'Comes exuberantly close to ... what goes on inside other people's heads' Daily Telegraph 'A dizzying array ... his writing talks to all of us' Guardian 'Consistently absorbing ... captivating' Independent 'Gladwell's storytelling qualities and his eye for the human drama ... make this so compelling' Sunday Times

The Story Of The Human Body

Author : Daniel Lieberman
ISBN : 9780307907417
Genre : Science
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In this landmark book of popular science, Daniel E. Lieberman—chair of the department of human evolutionary biology at Harvard University and a leader in the field—gives us a lucid and engaging account of how the human body evolved over millions of years, even as it shows how the increasing disparity between the jumble of adaptations in our Stone Age bodies and advancements in the modern world is occasioning this paradox: greater longevity but increased chronic disease. The Story of the Human Body brilliantly illuminates as never before the major transformations that contributed key adaptations to the body: the rise of bipedalism; the shift to a non-fruit-based diet; the advent of hunting and gathering, leading to our superlative endurance athleticism; the development of a very large brain; and the incipience of cultural proficiencies. Lieberman also elucidates how cultural evolution differs from biological evolution, and how our bodies were further transformed during the Agricultural and Industrial Revolutions. While these ongoing changes have brought about many benefits, they have also created conditions to which our bodies are not entirely adapted, Lieberman argues, resulting in the growing incidence of obesity and new but avoidable diseases, such as type 2 diabetes. Lieberman proposes that many of these chronic illnesses persist and in some cases are intensifying because of “dysevolution,” a pernicious dynamic whereby only the symptoms rather than the causes of these maladies are treated. And finally—provocatively—he advocates the use of evolutionary information to help nudge, push, and sometimes even compel us to create a more salubrious environment. (With charts and line drawings throughout.)

The Limits Of Family Influence

Author : David C. Rowe
ISBN : 0898621488
Genre : Psychology
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Challenging firmly established assumptions about the influence of child rearing on the development of children's personalities and intelligence, this book contends that there has been too heavy an emphasis on the family as the bearer of culture. It draws from behavior genetic research to reveal how environmental variables such as social class, parental warmth, and one- versus two-parent households may be empty of causal influence on child outcomes. The book examines the theoretical basis of socialization science and describes, in great detail, what behavior genetic studies can teach us about environmental influence.

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