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Inmate Shopper Spring Summer 2016

Author: Freebird Publishers
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781530808847
Size: 65.84 MB
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America's largest, most trusted and up to date resource for inmate services. Inmate Shopper was created to assist inmates by monitoring businesses that service them. Inmate Shopper is an In-print, softcover book, published and updated two times a year, that offers inmates a safer way to shop and access business information all in one place. The editors have researched and continue to monitor over 300 businesses listed in Inmate Shopper for more than the past six years. Inmate Shopper informs its readers about established and newer companies and offers information and resources. Only Inmate Shopper lists a vast variety of categories, such as pen pal listings, personal assistants, gift boutiques, book and magazine sellers, education resources and many businesses that want to send you their catalog. Companies are listed in Inmate Shopper alphabetically by business name in the directory and additionally listed by category of services in the index. The information about each company can include: contact info, details on services, cost of catalogs, payment methods, whether or not a SASE is required, an Inmate Shopper review and rating of the company. Businesses Rated 10 receive the Inmate Shopper stamp of approval so you know which companies are the best to shop with. Every issue of Inmate Shopper contains sections such as Special Feature, Segments from the Arts (writers, poetry, art, and music), LGBT Prison Living, Criminal Justice News, Reentry, Veterans, Pen Pals, Entertainment, Articles from Guest Writers and the National Sports Schedules. Every issue of Inmate Shopper has hours of reading entertainment and contains hundreds of up to date resources on dependable businesses that service inmates.

Castle Of The Eagles

Author: Mark Felton
Publisher: Macmillan
ISBN: 1250095867
Size: 16.85 MB
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Vincigliata Castle, a menacing medieval fortress set in the beautiful Tuscan hills, has become a very special prisoner of war camp on Benito Mussolini’s personal order. Within are some of the most senior officers of the Allied army, guarded by almost two hundred Italian soldiers and a vicious fascist commando who answers directly to “Il Duce” Mussolini himself. Their unbelievable escape, told by Mark Felton in Castle of the Eagles, is a little-known marvel of World War II. By March 1943, the plan is ready: this extraordinary assemblage of middle-aged POWs has crafted civilian clothes, forged identity papers, gathered rations, and even constructed dummies to place in their beds, all in preparation for the moment they step into the tunnel they have been digging for six months. How they got to this point and what happens after is a story that reads like fiction, supported by an eccentric cast of characters, but is nonetheless true to its core.

Prison Education Guide

Author: Human Rights Defense Center
Publisher:
ISBN: 9780981938530
Size: 70.32 MB
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A Guide to Distance Learning Education Programs for Prisoners.

Unbroken

Author: Laura Hillenbrand
Publisher: Random House Incorporated
ISBN: 1400064163
Size: 48.96 MB
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Tells the gripping true story of a U.S. airman who was the soul surviver when his bomber crashed into the sea during World War II and had to face thousands of miles of open ocean, leaping sharks, a foundering raft, thirst and starvation, enemy aircraft, and, beyond, a trial even greater. By the #1 best-selling author of Seabiscuit. 200,000 first printing.

Scribbles In The Margins

Author: Daniel Gray
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
ISBN: 1408883937
Size: 55.70 MB
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We lead increasingly time-poor lifestyles, bombarded 24/7 by petrifying news bulletins, internet trolls and endless noises. Where has the joy and relaxation gone from our daily lives? Scribbles in the Margins offers a glorious antidote to that relentless modern-day information churn. It is here to remind you that books and bookshops can still sing to your heart. Warm, heartfelt and witty, here are fifty short essays of prose poetry dedicated to the simple joy to be found in reading and the rituals around it. These are not wallowing nostalgia; they are things that remain pleasurable and right, that warm our hearts and connect us to books, to reading and to other readers: smells of books, old or new; losing an afternoon organising bookshelves; libraries; watching a child learn to read; reading in bed; impromptu bookmarks; visiting someone's home and inspecting the bookshelves; stains and other reminders of where and when you read a book. An attempt to fondly weigh up what makes a book so much more than paper and ink Â? and reading so much more than a hobby, a way of passing time or a learning process Â? these declarations of love demonstrate what books and reading mean to us as individuals, and the cherished part they play in our lives, from the vivid greens and purples of childhood books to the dusty comfort novels we turn to in times of adult flux. Scribbles in the Margins is a love-letter to books and bookshops, rejoicing in the many universal and sometimes odd little ways that reading and the rituals around reading make us happy.

Prisoners Of The Blight

Author: Amanda Hamon Kunz
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781601259431
Size: 27.99 MB
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With the secrets of the Stone Road and its focus, the Onyx Citadel, finally revealed, the PCs only need an army of their own to push back against the Ironfang Legion. But with Nirmathas's ragtag forces occupied with Molthune and the Legion tearing at the nation's underbelly, the heroes require unconventional allies to build that army. Legends tell of an ancient fey nation that once controlled the Fangwood Forest, and now lies imprisoned by the corrupted dryad Arlantia and her otherworldly Darkblight. Can the heroes survive this twisted, fey wonderland and defeat its mistress, or will they succumb to the same sentient plants, terrifying dragon, and legendary beasts that have claimed so many before them? "Prisoners of the Blight" is a Pathfinder Roleplaying Game adventure for 14th-level characters. It continues the Ironfang Invasion Adventure Path, a war-torn homage to classic fantasy adventure in which the heroes defend their homeland from a savage invading army. An array of new boons and banes powerful fey can bestow upon mortals, a selection of blighted and First World monsters, and a review of the faith of Cyth V'sug, demon lord of filth and pollution, round out this volume of the Pathfinder Adventure Path! Each monthly full-color softcover Pathfinder Adventure Path volume contains an in-depth adventure scenario, stats for several new monsters, and support articles meant to give Game Masters additional material to expand their campaign. Pathfinder Adventure Path volumes use the Open Game License and work with both the Pathfinder RPG and the world's oldest fantasy RPG.

The Battle Behind The Wire

Author: Cheryl Benard
Publisher: Rand Corporation
ISBN: 0833051946
Size: 41.88 MB
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This report finds parallels in U.S. prisoner and detainee operations in World War II, Korea, Vietnam, and Iraq. It recommends that detailed doctrine should be in place prior to detention and that detainees should be interviewed when first detained.

Purposeful Retirement

Author: Hyrum W. Smith
Publisher: Mango Media Inc.
ISBN: 1633535029
Size: 75.98 MB
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Retirement and good living Are you getting ready to simplify life and move from the world of work to a life of retirement and good living ─ to enter a happy retirement? Retirement and good living: The author of Purposeful Retirement, Hyrum W. Smith, is one of the original creators of the popular Franklin Day Planner, the former Chairman and CEO of Franklin Covey Co., and the recognized “Father of Time Management”. In this book, Hyram shows you how you can move from your world of work, simplify life and enter what can be the most satisfying phase of your life ─ a new world of purposeful retirement and good living. Aging well and a happy retirement: You have had a successful career by almost all measures and now you are concerned about aging well and looking toward a happy retirement. You are definitely not a couch potato. • How are you going to create a retirement that is meaningful and inspiring for your second act? • Can you simplify life? • Is there a way to make intelligent and anxiety free retirement planning choices? • Can you learn from the lives and experiences of people who have found their pathway to happy retirement? • What are their secrets to aging well and a happy retirement? Retirement guide: For four decades, Hyrum W. Smith has been empowering people to effectively govern their personal and professional lives. An award winning author, distinguished speaker, and successful businessman, Hyrum offers a tested and actionable retirement guide to finding that perfect retirement niche. In his book, Hyrum enables you to map the step-by-step route to a retirement that is not just enjoyable but is also deeply fulfilling on a personal level. Welcome to your new life of retirement and good living: This distinguished author, speaker, and businessman combines wit and enthusiasm with a gift for communicating compelling principles that inspire lasting personal change. Hyrum shares a lifetime of wisdom in this powerful retirement guide to discovering your true passion, re-imagining your life, and trying new possibilities. Welcome to a new life of retirement and good living ─ to a purposeful retirement.

The River Swimmer

Author: Jim Harrison
Publisher: Grove/Atlantic, Inc.
ISBN: 0802193803
Size: 63.79 MB
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Jim Harrison is one of America’s most beloved and critically-acclaimed authors—on a par with American literary greats like Richard Ford, Anne Tyler, Robert Stone, Russell Banks, and Ann Beattie. His latest collection of novellas, The River Swimmer, is Harrison at his most memorable: a brilliant rendering of two men striving to find their way in the world, written with freshness, abundant wit, and profound humanity. In The Land of Unlikeness, sixty-year-old art history academic Clive—a failed artist, divorced and grappling with the vagaries of his declining years—reluctantly returns to his family’s Michigan farmhouse to visit his aging mother. The return to familiar territory triggers a jolt of renewal—of ardor for his high school love, of his relationship with his estranged daughter, and of his own lost love of painting. In Water Baby, Harrison ventures into the magical as an Upper Peninsula farm boy is irresistibly drawn to the water as an escape, and sees otherworldly creatures there. Faced with the injustice and pressure of coming of age, he takes to the river and follows its siren song all the way across Lake Michigan. The River Swimmer is a striking portrait of two richly-drawn, profoundly human characters, and an exceptional reminder of why Jim Harrison is one of the most cherished and important writers at work today.