Creating Ease, Creating Ease @Work by Carmen Sauciuc-Osz, RMT

To create is a human privilege. Creating Ease is your free will. By Creating Ease you get out of difficulty and pain, and simultaneously you reach higher existential dimensions. Imagine your life free of pain, sadness or resentment, free of that difficulty that grinds your soul and prevents you from moving forward: try the thought-feeling […]

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America ‘Toons In: A History of Television Animation by David Perlmutter

Animation has been part of television since the start of the medium but it has rarely received unbiased recognition from media scholars. More often, it has been ridiculed for supposedly poor technical quality, accused of trafficking in violence aimed at children, and neglected for indulging in vulgar behavior. These accusations are often made categorically, out […]

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The Encyclopedia of American Animated Television Shows by David Perlmutter

Once consigned almost exclusively to Saturday morning fare for young viewers, television animation has evolved over the last several decades as a programming form to be reckoned with. While many animated shows continue to entertain tots, the form also reaches a much wider audience, engaging viewers of all ages. Whether aimed at toddlers, teens, or […]

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Metropolis by Ellie Midwood

Weimar Berlin, 1924 Unemployed actors, profiteers, cabaret girls, and impoverished aristocracy – out of this wild set of characters populating Weimar Berlin, Margarete Gräfin von Steinhoff belongs to the latter category. Having lost everything due to hyper-inflation, she considers jumping into the freezing waters of the Spree rather than facing the humiliating existence shared by […]

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Strictly Personal by Jack Gail & Paul Gallender

I’ve always believed that the Justice Department is the spine of the country, and it’s supposed to protect every American. That being said, the job of federal agents and prosecutors is to turn people into rats, stool pigeons or informants, and they’re rewarded with promotions that enhance their pensions and reputations. That’s what our justice […]

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Born Survivors by Wendy Holden

Publisher: Harper Collins Publishers Publication Date: May 5, 2015 Genre: Jewish History The Nazis murdered their husbands but concentration camp prisoners Priska, Rachel, and Anka would not let evil take their unborn children too—a remarkable true story that will appeal to readers of The Lost and The Nazi Officer’s Wife, Born Survivors celebrates three mothers […]

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