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How to Lie with Statistics

by Darrell Huff Irving Geis

A 1954 classic that continues to dispel false beliefs and inform the statistically naive. Huff's direct and witty style exposes how advertisers, government and the media mislead their audiences through the misuse of statistics. Huff then explains how the reader can see through the smoke and mirrors to get to the real meaning-- if any-- of what is presented. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.

How to Live Between Office Visits

by Bernie S. Siegel

In this compassionate and powerful healing guide, Dr. Bernie Siegel, the author of the triumphant bestsellers Love, Medicine & Miracles and Peace, Love & Healing, provides readers with healthy ways to respond to life's adversities.

How to Live Forever

by Alok Jha

How to Live Forever is the essential survival guide for anyone who has ever been baffled by science. Embarking on a journey from the very small to the very big, readers will be taken on a glorious tour of the universe, taking in cloned sheep, alien worlds, bizarre life forms, quantum weirdness, parallel dimensions and dissected brains along the way.You'll discover how to travel through time, how to start (and cure) a plague, how the mind works, how to turn sunbeams into oak trees, how to boil a planet, how Harry Potter's cloak of invisibility works and much, much more.Both informative and enjoyable, this is a rip-roaring tour through the wonders of the natural world.

How to Live Indecently

by Bronwyn Scott

Viscount Jamie Burke: the master of the indecent proposition.Craving adventure, the beautiful Daphne de Courtenay leaves her usual sense of family duty at the society ball door and impulsively accepts the invitation of a dashing stranger who promises a night of unadulterated liberty! Jamie is determined to show Daphne the infinite pleasures of London after dark... But with each escapade more deliciously thrilling than the last, the usually roguish Viscount wishes this was one night that never had to end...

How to Live on Mars: A Trusty Guidebook to Surviving and Thriving on the Red Planet

by Robert Zubrin

Thinking about moving to mars? Well, why not? Mars, after all, is the planet that holds the greatest promise for human colonization. But why speculate about the possibilities when you can get the real scientific scoop from someone who's been happily living and working there for years? Straight from the not-so-distant future, this intrepid pioneer's tips for physical, financial, and social survival on the Red Planet cover: * How to get to Mars (Cycling spacecraft offer cheap rides, but the smell is not for everyone. ) * Choosing a spacesuit (The old-fashioned but reliable pneumatic Neil Armstrong style versus the sleek new--but anatomically unforgiving--elastic "skinsuit. ") * Selecting a habitat (Just like on Earth: location, location, location. ) * Finding a job that pays well and doesn't kill you (This is not a metaphor on Mars. ) * How to meet the opposite sex (Master more than forty Mars-centric pickup lines. ) With more than twenty original illustrations by Michael Carroll, Robert Murray, and other renowned space artists,How to Live on Marsseamlessly blends humor and real science, and is a practical and exhilarating guide to life on our first extraterrestrial home.

How to Live: A Search for Wisdom from Old People (While They Are Still on This Earth)

by Henry Alford

In this witty guide for seekers of all ages, author Henry Alford seeks instant enlightenment through conversations with those who have lived long and lived well. Armed with recent medical evidence that supports the cliche that older people are, indeed, wiser, Alford sets off to interview people over 70--some famous (Phyllis Diller, Harold Bloom, Edward Albee), some accomplished (the world's most-quoted author, a woman who walked across the country at age 89 in support of campaign finance reform), some unusual (a pastor who thinks napping is a form of prayer, a retired aerospace engineer who eats food out of the garbage.) Early on in the process, Alford interviews his 79 year-old mother and step-father, and inadvertently changes the course of their 36 year-long union. Part family memoir, part Studs Terkel, How To Live considers some unusual sources--deathbed confessions, late-in-life journals--to deliver a highly optimistic look at our dying days. By showing that life after 70 is the fulfillment of, not the end to, life's questions and trials, How to Live delivers that most unexpected punch: it makes you actually *want* to get older.

How to Live Worry-Free: Stepping Out of the Bondage of Stress and Fear

by Kenneth E. Hagin

Sound teaching from God's Word is combined with practical insights in this book that deals with the perils of worry and provides a guide for the believer into God's safe haven of peace.

How to Locate Anyone Who Is or Has Been in the Military: Armed Forces Locator Directory

by Richard Johnson

By the foremost expert in the nation on locating people with a military connection.

How to Lose a Battle: Foolish Plans and Great Military Blunders

by Bill Fawcett

A remarkable compendium of the worst military decisions and the men who made them. The annals of history are littered with horribly bad military leaders. These combat incompetents found amazing ways to ensure their army's defeat. Whether it was a lack of proper planning, miscalculation, ego, bad luck, or just plain stupidity, certain wartime stratagems should never have left the drawing board. Written with wit, intelligence, and eminent readability, How to Lose a Battle pays dubious homage to these momentous and bloody blunders, including: Cannae, 216 B.C.: the bumbling Romans lose 80,000 troops to Hannibal's forces. The Second Crusade: an entire Christian army is slaughtered when it stops for a drink of water. The Battle of Britain: Hitler's dreaded Luftwaffe blows it big-time. Pearl Harbor: more than one warning of the impending attack is there, but nobody listens. How to Lose a Battle includes more than thirty-five chapters worth of astonishing (and avoidable) disasters, both infamous and obscure -- a treasure trove of trivia, history, and jaw-dropping facts about the most costly military missteps ever taken.

How to Lose a Bride in One Night

by Sophie Jordan

He saved her life. . . When Annalise Hadley is tossed over the side of her honeymoon barge, the newly minted duchess knows shes been left for dead--for her husbands only interest is in her vast dowry, not her muddied lineage. However, she didnt count on a savior. Especially not an honorable, sinfully intriguing earl who will tempt her to risk everything--again. Now he will seduce her heart and soul. A man with his own demons, Owen Crawford, the reclusive Earl of McDowell, is enchanted by the mysterious, courageous woman he rescued. He will help her heal, teach her to protect herself, and then send her away--so that shell never see hes far from the hero she believes him to be. But days and nights alone prove that some secrets are meant to be discovered. . . some desires are too powerful to resist. . . and some wounds can be healed only by love.

How to Lose a War at Sea

by Bill Fawcett

An engrossing compendium of high-seas military disasters From the days of the Spanish Armada to the modern age of aircraft carriers, battles have been bungled just as badly on water as they have been on land. Some blunders were the result of insufficient planning, overinflated egos, espionage, or miscalculations; others were caused by ideas that didn't hold water in the first place. In glorious detail, here are thirty-three of history's worst maritime mishaps, including: The British Royal Navy's misguided attempts to play it safe during the American Revolution The short life and death of the Imperial Japanese Navy The scuttling of the Graf Spee by a far inferior force The sinking of the Nazi megaship Bismarck "Remember the Maine!"--the lies that started the Spanish-American War Admiral Nelson losing track of Napoleon but redeeming himself at the Nile The ANZAC disaster at Gallipoli Germany's failed WWII campaign in the North Atlantic Kennedy's quarantine of Cuba Chock-full of amazing facts and hilarious trivia, How to Lose a War at Sea is the most complete volume of nautical failures ever assembled.

How to Lose a War: More Foolish Plans and Great Military Blunders

by Bill Fawcett

From the Crusades to the modern age of chemical warfare and smart bombs, history is littered with truly disastrous military campaigns. How to Lose a War chronicles some of the most remarkable strategic catastrophes and doomed military adventures of overreaching invaders and clueless defenders--whether the failure was a result of poor planning, miscalculations, monumental ego, or failed intelligence . . . or just a really stupid idea to begin with. Alexander invades India--and ends up in deep vindaloo. Sacre bleu! The French are humiliated by Prussia in 1870. spain's "invincible navy" breaks up off the coast of britain while attempting an invasion. the mau mau rebellion against the british in kenya shows us how not to run an insurgency. Chiang Kai-Shek's pathetic army fails to keep Mao's Communists from grabbing China.

How to Lose an Extraterrestrial in 10 Days (Otherworldly Men #3)

by Susan Grant

His internal computers are offline, his former employers want him dead and the Men in Black are after him. Without his cyberpowers, Reef is as weak as a lowly Earthling. He's tried to kill every human he's met-so why on Earth would they help him?Evie Holloway needs a bodyguard! Her fledgling chocolate business is mistaken as a money-laundering scheme for the mob and the bullets have started flying. But does the suburban soccer mom really want to shelter the alien hit man who almost offed her future brother-in-law?She is desperate, and Reef is incredibly sexy. "Ten days," she tells him-but it turns out that ten days just might be long enough to spark a love that's truly out of this world.

How to Lose Everything

by Kathryn Malczyk Philipp Mattheis

Jonathan, Sam, Schulz, and Eric usually spend their summers hanging out at the park, skateboarding and dreaming about the time when they'll finally move out of the suburbs. But in the summer of 1994, the four teenagers find a small fortune hidden inside an abandoned house. What starts out as a blessing soon turns into a curse, however, as stress, drugs, and dwindling funds raise some serious questions about the future. Eighteen years later Jonathan returns to that life-changing summer to tally up the cost of that discovery, exploring how a broken dream led to a totally renewed sense of purpose.

How to Lose Friends and Alienate People

by Toby Young

A journalist who has been fired from a succession of prestigious newspapers and magazines recounts five years of his life during which he was cast out of numerous jobs, social hangouts, and organizations in his quest to find himself.

How to Lose the Civil War: Military Mistakes of the War Between the States

by Bill Fawcett

A fascinating and fact-filled collection of the greatest and dumbest missteps of America's bloodiest conflict. For four years in the middle of the nineteenth century, brother fought brother on American soil. No American war ever had higher stakes than, or changed a nation as profoundly as, the terrible conflict between the Union and the Confederacy. A dark historical panorama populated by a remarkable cast of colorful characters, the War Between the States was indelibly marked by both brilliant military maneuvers and mind-boggling battlefield blunders that gravely threatened the continuation of the American Experiment. With suitable irreverence, Bill Fawcett chronicles the unbelievably disastrous decisions made by both sides in this monumental clash, including: The Second Battle of Bull Run, where Robert E. Lee looks smart beating a remarkably stupid general; How the Union's shortsighted Colonel James Ripley's bad decision arms the Confederate Army better than his own; Lincoln's roller-coaster search for competent commanders, a long-running dark comedy of tragic errors; A golden opportunity squandered: General Lee fails to exploit a vulnerable Union and capture Washington, D.C.; Pickett's disastrous charge and the many, many Confederate command failures at Gettysburg; Lincoln's contentious draft policy that nearly burns New York City to the ground; and more.

How to Lose WWII: Bad Mistakes of the Good War

by Bill Fawcett

An engrossing and fact-filled collection of the great screwups of the Great War. Never had there been a war on the scale of World War II--a global conflict so widespread and involving so many different military organizations from such a diverse pool of combatant countries that the consequences of every decision, both the brilliant and the bad, were multiplied one hundredfold. Bill Fawcett, popular chronicler of monumental military mistakes and truly boneheaded battlefield blunders now looks closely at the historic errors that ultimately determined the course of post-WWII history. A cornucopia of catastrophic missteps, including: An unprepared Poland is caught napping as the Nazis storm in virtually unopposed; Germany misses a golden opportunity to take Britain out of the war at Dunkirk; Russia plays Goliath to Finland's David; Four valuable months are wasted as Allied forces sit trapped on the beaches of Anzio; Germany squanders its costly development of jet power; The secret 1942 battle Marshal Zhukov lost, along with half a million soldiers; Battles lost that should have been won, including Moscow, Stalingrad, and D-Day.

How to Love a Black Man

by Ronn Elmore

As he sheds light on the hidden emotional psychological recesses of the black man's inner world, Dr. Elmore provides down-to-earth advice and real-life anecdotes drawn from his seminars and radio call-in shows to show women how to create the fulfilling relationship each partner wants and deserves.

How To Love Like a Hot Chick

by Cerina Vincent Jodi Lipper

Hot Chick: A confident, passionate, honest woman. . . . You want to be around her to soak up those good vibes. The duo that taught you to embrace your body and indulge without guilt in How to Eat Like a Hot Chick is back to remind you of something that will transform your love life forever-you are a Hot Chick! With their feisty humor and uplifting message, Jodi Lipper and Cerina Vincent will help you figure out what you want, how to get it, and why you shouldn't settle for anything less. Most important, they'll make the entire process a lot more fun with their advice on the hidden joys of being single, how to send out magical Hot Chick vibes and interpret your date's vibes, falling in love without freaking out, tactful dumping procedures, survival techniques for heart-wrenching breakups, and much more. Whether you're single, dating, in a relationship, or so confused you don't know what your status even is, How to Love Like a Hot Chick will have you laughing your way through dating and relationship issues and tackling them like the sexy, fabulous woman you deserve to be.

How to Love Wine

by Eric Asimov

Eric Asimov, the acclaimed chief wine critic for the New York Times, has written a beautiful and thought-provoking combination memoir and manifesto, How to Love Wine. With charm, wit, and intelligence, Asimov tells how he went from writing beer reviews for his high school newspaper on Long Island to the most coveted job in the industry. He evaluates the current wine culture, discussing trends both interesting and alarming, and celebrates the extraordinary pleasures of wine while, at the same time, questioning the conventional wisdom about wine. Whether you're a connoisseur or a novice, already love wine or want to know it better, How to Love Wine: A Memoir and Manifesto is the book for you.

How to Make a Journal of Your Life

by Dan Price

When nomad artist and free spirit Dan Price began jotting down his musings in the form of whimsical drawings and inspired prose, he hardly could have imagined that his self-published journal-zine, the MOONLIGHT CHRONICLES, would earn him a cult following across the country. Now in its twentieth edition, the MOONLIGHT CHRONICLES has brought Dan's creed of "truth, beauty, and really big sabbaticals from the convention of life" to thousands across the countryWith such a following, Dan figured it was time to collect his offbeat observations into book form in hopes of inspiring other would-be journal writers to take pen, camera, and brush in hand. As Dan is fond of noting "Seems there's tons of empty journal books, but not too many on how to fill 'em up!" In HOW TO MAKE A JOURNAL, Dan answers the call, teaching readers how to tap into those pent-up creative juices and collect their life experiences on paper.From the Trade Paperback edition.

How to Make a Mummy Talk

by James M. Deem

In this funny, fact-filled book, author James M. Deem takes readers on a mummy-discovery tour that spans centuries and continents. He explains exactly what mummies are, how they are created, where they have been found, how scientists investigate them, and what they tell us about the people who lived long ago.

How to Make an American Quilt

by Whitney Otto

7 sets of quilting instructions bind together the stories of the members of a quilting group in central California

How To Make A Bird

by Martine Murray

A beautiful novel that captures the aching of a teenager ready to heal. It's dawn, on an empty road in the countryside. Empty, except for the girl in the long, red evening gown, standing next to a bicycle, and looking back at the home she's about to leave. Mannie's ready to start a new life and forget the terrible things that have happened here, but there are questions that need to be answered before she can let go. Questions about her elegant but unstable mother, her brother who's always overshadowed her, and his friend Harry Jacob, who just might be Mannie's boyfriend . . .

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