Download E-books The Prospective Mother; A Handbook for Women During Pregnancy PDF

By J. Morris Slemons

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Download E-books Bad Girls Go Everywhere: The Life of Helen Gurley Brown, the Woman Behind Cosmopolitan Magazine PDF

By Jennifer Scanlon

The biography of the progressive journal editor who created the “Cosmo lady” earlier than Sex and the City’s Carrie Bradshaw was once even born

As the writer of the enduring Sex and the only Girl (1962) and the editor-in-chief of Cosmopolitan journal for over 3 many years, Helen Gurley Brown (1922–2012) replaced how ladies thought of intercourse, funds, and their our bodies in a fashion that resonates in our tradition this day. In Jennifer Scanlon's commonly acclaimed biography, the award-winning pupil unearths Brown’s impressive lifestyles tale from her get away from her humble beginnings within the Ozarks to her eyebrow-raising exploits as a tender girl in long island urban, and her late-blooming profession because the world's first "lipstick feminist." A enchanting tribute to a legend, Bad women cross Everywhere will attract everybody from Sex and the City and Mad males fans to scholars of women's background and media reviews.

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Download E-books Hillary Rodham Clinton: Primera dama, senadora y secretaria de estado (Hillary Rodham Clinton: First Lady, Senator, and Secretary of State) (Spanish ... Studies Readers : Focus On) (Spanish Edition) PDF

By Melissa Carosella

Hillary Rodham Clinton has long gone from being a pupil activist, to the 1st girl of the USA, to a nation senator, to the Secretary of country of the USA. Her inspiring and ambitious existence in legislation and politics is distinct during this interesting Spanish-translated biography. Readers will find out about her position as probably the most influential First girls of all time, as Secretary of nation, and her plan to provide every body healthcare. This e-book good points brilliant photographs and pictures, fascinating evidence, easy-to-read textual content, and a necessary thesaurus and index to supply readers with an enticing studying adventure that may have them from commencing to finish.

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Rachelle Cracchiolo all started the corporate with a chum and fellow instructor. either have been desirous to percentage their rules and fervour for schooling with different lecture room leaders. What all started as a pastime, promoting lesson plans to neighborhood shops, turned a part-time task after an entire day of training, and at last blossomed into instructor Created fabrics. the tale endured in 2004 with the release of Shell schooling and the advent assets and lecture room program books designed to aid instructor Created fabrics curriculum assets. at the present time, instructor Created fabrics and Shell schooling are of the main well-known names in academic publishing all over the world.

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Download E-books The Life of Irene Nemirovsky: 1903-1942 PDF

By Olivier Philipponnat

The first significant biography of the writer of Suite Française

The posthumous ebook of Suite Française gained Irène Némirovsky overseas acclaim and taken thousands of readers to her paintings. however the tale of her personal lifestyles used to be no much less dramatic and relocating than her strongest fiction.

With her family members, she escaped Russia in 1919 and settled in Paris, the place she met and married fellow Jewish émigré Michel Epstein. In 1929 she released her hugely acclaimed and arguable novel David Golder, the 1st of many profitable books that demonstrated her stellar attractiveness. but if France fell to the Nazis, her renown did her little strong: with no French citizenship, she was once compelled to hunt shelter in a small Burgundy village together with her husband and their younger daughters. And in July 1942 Némirovsky used to be arrested and deported to Auschwitz, the place she died the subsequent month.

Drawing on Némirovsky’s diaries, formerly untapped archival fabric, and interviews, her biographers provide us straight away an intimate photograph of her existence and turbulent occasions and an illuminating exam of the ways that she used the main points of her amazing lifestyles to create “some of the best, so much humane, and incisive fiction [World conflict II] has produced” (The long island instances e-book Review).

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Download E-books A Union Woman in Civil War Kentucky: The Diary of Frances Peter PDF

By Frances Dallam Peter

Frances Peter was once one of many 11 little ones of Dr. Robert Peter, a physician for the Union military. The Peter relatives lived on Gratz Park close to downtown Lexington, the place nineteen-year-old Frances begun recording her impressions of the Civil warfare. as a result of ailment, she didn't frequently enterprise outdoors her domestic yet used to be capable of assemble a extraordinary quantity of data from buddies, associates, and newspapers. Peter's candid diary chronicles Kentucky's invasion by way of Confederates lower than Gen. Braxton Bragg in 1862, Lexington's month-long career through Gen. Edmund Kirby Smith, and adjustments in perspective one of the slave inhabitants following the Emancipation Proclamation. As troops from either North and South took turns preserving town, she many times emphasised the rightness of the Union reason and minced no phrases in expressing her disdain for the hated ""secesh."" Her writings articulate many matters universal to Kentucky Unionists. notwithstanding she was once an ardent supporter of the battle opposed to the Confederacy, Peter additionally nervous that Lincoln's use of authority surpassed his constitutional rights. Her personal attitudes in the direction of blacks have been ambiguous, as was once the case with many folks in that point. Peter's descriptions of day-by-day occasions in an occupied urban offer invaluable insights and a different female point of view on an underappreciated element of the warfare. until eventually her dying by means of epileptic seizure in August 1864, Peter rigorously recorded the location and deportment of either Union and accomplice infantrymen, incidents on the army hospitals, and tales from the nation-state. Her account of a torn and divided area is a window to the warfare in the course of the gaze of a tender girl of intelligence and substance.

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Download E-books Women and AIDS: Coping and Care PDF

By Dawn K. Smith, Janet S. Moore (auth.), Ann O’Leary Ph.D., Loretta Sweet Jemmott R.N., Ph.D. (eds.)

Although ladies have been understudied within the early years of the epidemic, examine and perform dedicated to knowing and ameliorating the consequences of the AIDS epidemic have all started in recent times. Women andAIDS is the 1st accomplished exploration of the scientific and psychosocial matters and concerns surrounding ladies dwelling with HIV/AIDS. participants tackle the biomedical features of the ailment, tension and coping elements, reproductive and childcare matters, entry to care, wishes of specified populations resembling drug-using ladies and kids, and coverage techniques. Researchers and scholars in psychology, public wellbeing and fitness, drugs, nursing, sociology, women's experiences, and social paintings will savour this reference.

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Download E-books Hypertension in Postmenopausal Women PDF

By Alberto Zanchetti (auth.), Michel Emile Safar M.D., Michael Stimpel M.D., Alberto Zanchetti M.D. (eds.)

On the party of the symposium on high blood pressure in Postmenopausal girls (Monte Carlo, January 19-22, 1994), foreign scientists and clinicians mentioned a few of the points of hypertension in older girls. This quantity offers an outline of this significant point of either cardiology and gynecology. detailed emphasis is given to the various ways to antihypertension treatment.

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Download E-books Jane Doe January: My Twenty-Year Search for Truth and Justice PDF

By Emily Winslow

In the vein of Alice Sebold’s Lucky, comes a compelling, real-life crime secret and gripping memoir of the chilly case prosecution of a serial rapist, informed through one in every of his victims.

On the morning of September 12, 2013, a fugitive activity strength arrested Arthur Fryar at his apartment in Brooklyn. His DNA, entered within the FBI’s felony database after a drug conviction, were matched to proof from a rape in Pennsylvania years past. Over the following yr, Fryar and his attorney fought his extradition and prosecution for the rape—and one other like it—which happened in 1992. The victims—one from January of that 12 months, the opposite from November—were saved nameless within the media. this is often the tale of Jane Doe January.

Emily Winslow was once a tender drama scholar at Carnegie Mellon University’s elite conservatory in Pittsburgh while a guy brutally attacked and raped her in January 1992. whereas the police's look for her rapist proved futile, Emily reclaimed her existence. Over the process the subsequent 20 years, she fell in love, married, had teenagers, and commenced writing secret novels set in her new place of origin of Cambridge, England. Then, in fall 2013, she acquired stunning news—the police had came upon her rapist.

This is her intimate memoir—the tale of a woman’s aggravating previous catching up together with her, in a rustic faraway from domestic, surrounded via those that don't know what she’s persisted. stuck among prior and current, and among very varied cultures, the inquisitive and stressed crime novelist searches for readability. starting her personal research, she delves into Fryar’s relations and previous, reconnects with the detectives of her case, and works with prosecutors within the months resulting in trial.

As she recounts her long term quest for closure, Winslow deals a heartbreakingly sincere examine a vicious crime—and deals useful insights into the brain and middle of a victim.

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