304 pages, 44 of 71 reviews are 4 or 5-star, Previously Free
Discover the extraordinary culture and history of brewing: the remarkable craft that reaches back before written history. Visit legendary British pubs now fading sadly into memory…and the craft breweries, corporate boardrooms, and home brewers that are the new future of beer. Learn how to tell a great beer from a good one…find surprising new research on beer and human health…uncover beer in the Bible (and other unlikely places)…and discover divinity and transcendence in your very next brew.
Yes, there’s more to beer than you ever imagined: It is the most complex, subtle, and remarkable beverage humans have ever created. Its story deserves to be told with love and passion. Charles W. Bamforth brings all that, plus a lifetime of brewing knowledge and wisdom. Read his book, and you’ll agree with Benjamin Franklin’s apocryphal quote: Beer truly is proof that God loves us.
Fact. Fact. Bullsh*t! Learn the Truth and Spot the Lie on Everything from Tequila-Made Diamonds to Tetris’s Soviet Roots – Plus Tons of Other Totally Random Facts From Science, History and Beyond by Neil Patrick Stewart
354 pages, 7 of 9 reviews are 4 or 5-star, Lending Enabled
Was Cleopatra the last Egyptian pharaoh?
Can you really make diamonds out of tequila?
Is the platypus actually poisonous?
A flip of the page reveals whether you’re right or wrong as well as more information on the true trivia–and why you might’ve fallen for the fake fact. You’ll really need to know your sh*t if you plan on correctly calling bullsh*t.
241 pages, 25 of 31 reviews are 4 or 5-star
Every day, we all size up each other: It’s one of the most important things we ever do. Making Sense of People provides the scientific frameworks and tools we need to improve our intuition, and assess people more consciously, systematically, and effectively.
Leading neuroscientist Samuel H. Barondes explains the research behind each standard personality category: extraversion, agreeableness, conscientiousness, neuroticism, and openness. He shows readers how to use these traits and assessments to do a better job of deciding who they’ll enjoy spending time with, whom to trust, and whom to keep at a distance.
175 pages, 4 of 6 reviews are 4 or 5-star, Lending Enabled
Dating. Financial planning. Career choices. Family relationships. Friendships with the opposite sex.
Christian singles struggle with these issues every day.
Mary S. Whelchel is familiar with the pitfalls that ensnare single Christians. All of our decisions about these issues carry with them the potential for positive or negative consequences in life. A single woman herself, Whelchel understands how frustrations, desires, and longings can lead to mistakes, and she offers singles uncompromising biblical solutions.
Whether you are single by choice or by circumstance, this book will give you solid guidance for a happy life.
note: this is for all three books even though the description says it is only for the second book. About 15 questions per book
Why is Katniss determined to keep Peeta alive, even at the expense of her own life? What is the meaning of “Catching Fire”? These and many more questions are all part of this extensive discussion guide for the continuation of Suzanne Collins’ amazing story of Katniss Everdeen in the phenomenal Hunger Games trilogy.
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