There’s a LION Under My Bed: A Life of Adventure and Intrigue (Quinn Matthewson Biography Books Book 1) by Quinn Matthewson

REVIEW: Fascinating and incredible biography from a cross between James Bond, Louis Leakey, Columbo and Indiana Jones.

Behind the scenes – exploration, the remote world, crime, secret agents, tribes, rebel wars and more!
At age 21, Quinn Matthewson was the youngest member in history of the Adventurer’s Club of Chicago and a distinguished military graduate of the University of Wisconsin, Madison.
Follow Quinn on his adventures across the globe, and behind closed doors. Amazing stories, unbelievable situations, incredible peril – yet he lived to tell the tale

For a sneak peak at this great biography, click the cover of “There’s a LION Under My Bed – Book 1

Author: Quinn Matthewson

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
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A History of Male Psychological Disorders in Britain, 1945-1980 (Mental Health in Historical Perspective) by Alison Haggett

This book is open access under a CC BY license.Statistically, women appear to suffer more frequently from depressive and anxiety disorders, featuring more regularly in primary care figures for consultations, diagnoses and prescriptions for psychotropic medication. This has been consistently so throughout the post-war period with current figures suggesting that women are approximately twice more likely to suffer from affective disorders than men. However, this book suggests that the statistical landscape reveals only part of the story. Currently, 75 per cent of suicides are among men, and this trend can also be traced back historically to data that suggests this has been the case since the beginning of the twentieth-century. This book suggests that male psychological illness was in fact no less common, but that it emerged in complex ways and was understood differently in response to prevailing cultural and medical forces. The book explores a host of medical, cultural and social factors that raise important questions about historical and current perceptions of gender and mental illness.

Author: Alison Haggett

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
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Ninja: Ninja Warrior Fun Facts For Kids: Ninja Assassin History, Training, and Code by William Widman

Ninja: Ninja Warrior Fun Facts For Kids: Ninja Assassin History, Training, and Code – A Great ebook for kids about the ancient Japanese Ninja Warrior.

The ancient Ninja has a very mystical place in Japanese popular culture. The folklore surrounding ninja developed for hundreds of years in Japan before ninja were ever heard of overseas, so most of the legends about them are authentically Japanese.

Storytellers and authors have taken historical tales and built on them, creating a whole series of legends about Ninja’s incredible skills – even going so far as to suggest that they could turn themselves invisible, walk on water and that they had power over animals.

Unfortunately, with the long history of the Ninja and people stretching the truth about them, facts have become mixed up with myth. This often makes it difficult to tell the difference between fantasy and truth.

In Ninja: Ninja Warrior Fun Facts For Kids: Ninja Assassin History, Training, and Code you’ll learn following:

– Ancient Japan
– The Ninja
– The role of the ninja
– Female Ninja Warrior
– The Art of Ninjutsu
– Japan’s Last Ninja
– How To Be A Ninja

Very informative with great images. Your child will love it! – Click the “Buy With 1 Click Button” Now!

Author: William Widman

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
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Drawing ZenDoodle: How to sketch amazing zendoodle animals (Doodle Art Book 1) by Carrie Layton

Drawing ZenDoodle
How to sketch amazing zendoodle animals
Figuring out how to draw is one of those abilities that you never lose once you have completely built up the aptitude. It is similar to riding a bicycle or notwithstanding playing a musical instrument. Of course, you may get corroded in the event that you don’t utilize the ability for some time, however you can rapidly lift it go down once more. On the off chance that you are searching for an awesome blessing to give somebody exceptional in your life, you can give them the capacity to draw practical animals, and they can draw upon this aptitude for whatever is left of their lives.
Why might you figure out how to draw, and not paint, model mud, or another work of art? Straightforward: figuring out how to draw is simple, and knowing how to draw gives you an extremely strong base to take in other workmanship disciplines from.
Drawing is your passage fine art. Or if nothing else, it can be. For some individuals drawing without anyone else is more than agreeable. Regardless of whether this applies to you is for you to discover, however there can be undoubtedly figuring out how to draw will be an incredible beginning stage.

Here is a preview of what you’ll learn:
Introduction
Chapter 1 – How to draw a butterfly
Chapter 2 – How to draw a cat
Chapter 3 – How to draw a bear
Chapter 4 – How to draw a bird
Chapter 5 – How to draw doodle cat
and much more

Download your copy of “Drawing ZenDoodle” by scrolling up and clicking “Buy Now With 1-Click” button.

Author: Carrie Layton

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
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There’s a LION Under My Bed: A Life of Adventure and Intrigue (Quinn Matthewson Biography Books Book 1) by Quinn Matthewson

REVIEW: Fascinating and incredible biography from a cross between James Bond, Louis Leakey, Columbo and Indiana Jones.

Behind the scenes – exploration, the remote world, crime, secret agents, tribes, rebel wars and more!
At age 21, Quinn Matthewson was the youngest member in history of the Adventurer’s Club of Chicago and a distinguished military graduate of the University of Wisconsin, Madison.
Follow Quinn on his adventures across the globe, and behind closed doors. Amazing stories, unbelievable situations, incredible peril – yet he lived to tell the tale

For a sneak peak at this great biography, click the cover of “There’s a LION Under My Bed – Book 1

Author: Quinn Matthewson

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
5 reviews

A History of Male Psychological Disorders in Britain, 1945-1980 (Mental Health in Historical Perspective) by Alison Haggett

This book is open access under a CC BY license.Statistically, women appear to suffer more frequently from depressive and anxiety disorders, featuring more regularly in primary care figures for consultations, diagnoses and prescriptions for psychotropic medication. This has been consistently so throughout the post-war period with current figures suggesting that women are approximately twice more likely to suffer from affective disorders than men. However, this book suggests that the statistical landscape reveals only part of the story. Currently, 75 per cent of suicides are among men, and this trend can also be traced back historically to data that suggests this has been the case since the beginning of the twentieth-century. This book suggests that male psychological illness was in fact no less common, but that it emerged in complex ways and was understood differently in response to prevailing cultural and medical forces. The book explores a host of medical, cultural and social factors that raise important questions about historical and current perceptions of gender and mental illness.

Author: Alison Haggett

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
5 reviews

My Raging Case of Beastie Fever by Matt Burns

The year is 1987. A young Matt Burns is home sick from kindergarten. He’s tired of watching daytime cartoons like “Thunder Cats” and “Gummy Bears”. He makes sure his mom isn’t around…he sneakily switches the channel to MTV…and what he sees will change his life forever:It’s three rappers and they’re crashing some nerdy house party. These guys are rude and crude and, most strikingly, they’re…white? Wait-whaaa? Rappers? White?! This is strange. This is something Burns has never seen before. He’s fascinated and can’t look away. In fact, he pretty much won’t look away for about 30 years…When you look up “Beastie Boys super-fan” in the dictionary (it’s in there, trust me), you will find a picture of Matt Burns. Over the years, he has performed both “Sure Shot” and “Pass the Mic” in his middle school talent shows, written all his college application essays on the Beastie Boys and made a point to wear a Beastie Boys T-shirt every single day of his senior year in high school. This latter feat may have actually been a world record, though it was never officially acknowledged by Guinness (it’s all politics – you know how it is).From the writer who brought you “Jungle F’ng Fever: My 30-Year Love Affair with Guns N’ Roses” (now on Amazon), this new and hilarious fan memoir is essential reading for any true Beasties fan out there. This is a story about Matt Burns’ love of the Beastie Boys. This is a story about his raging case of Beastie Fever.

Author: Matt Burns

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
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