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    Ebook by Dorothy Seymour Mills

    Many people new to vegetarianism miss meat. People like Dorothy Seymour Mills. When Dorothy’s gallbladder removal left her unable to digest meat, she set out to create recipes to help people make the transition into vegetarianism, a transition that isn’t always easy. Meatless Meat: Recipes for Meat Substitutes teaches traditional eaters how to make their vegetarian meals seem much like the meals they are used to eating, making this a great resource for cooking for the whole family (vegetarians and non-vegetarians alike). Most vegetarian cookbooks are padded with recipes for salads, soups, breads and sauces. But you don’t need a special vegetarian cookbook in order to find recipes for vegetable soups and vegetable salads; general cookbooks are already full of them. What you need is a set of recipes for the food that’s going to be missing from your dinner plate. Learn to easily prepare vegetarian foods that taste as though they are made with meat with this collection of kitchen-tested recipes that appeal to vegetarians and meat-eaters alike.

    About the Author

    Dorothy Seymour Mills, the first woman baseball historian, is an author, editor, consultant and speaker who has written numerous sports history, historical fiction and children's books. This is her first cookbook. She is the widow of baseball's first professional historian, Dr. Harold Seymour, and was his co-author in preparing the classic series on baseball history, Baseball: The Early Years, Baseball: The Golden Age, and Baseball: The People's Game.
    Price: $4.99 

    Ebook by John Thorn

    John Thorn, Official Historian for Major League Baseball, tracks the history of the game in America from its misty origins to present-day glory. A great read for historians and baseball enthusiasts of all stripes, Baseball: Our Game explores the evolution of America’s National Pastime through cultural shifts and significant changes in the game. This edition features newly updated material on the Aughts and archival images not published in earlier editions.

    About the Author

    John Thorn, the Official Baseball Historian for Major League Baseball, is one of baseball's most interesting (and prolific) writers. His books include Baseball in the Garden of Eden, New York | 400, Total Baseball: The Official Encyclopedia of Major League Baseball and The Hidden Game of Baseball. He is an historian and expert on the early years of baseball, New York City, football, hockey, cricket, architecture, art, music and oysters.

    Price: $2.99 

    Ebook by Mark F. Herbert

    With first-hand knowledge of health care intricacies from both the employer’s and employee’s standpoint, Mark F. Herbert presents a non-partisan solution to the health care debate in Plan B: The Alternative to Obamacare. Herbert posits that current proposals to solve America’s health care crisis (from both sides of the Congressional aisle) have only addressed one component of the problem: point of delivery. Herbert broadens the view of health care to investigate additional issues such as the caregiver shortage, personal competency, social literacy, and adverse selection. Drawing on his years in the human resources field, Herbert gives specific examples of health care management that have succeeded and failed and then explains how these examples can be applied to the national crisis. This ebook analyzes the Affordable Care Act and presents both pros and cons about the individual mandate. 

    About the Author

    Mark F. Herbert is a speaker and author with over thirty years of combined C-level executive and management consulting experience in high technology, financial services, healthcare, ecotourism, and non-profits. He is currently a principal in the management consulting firm, New Paradigms LLC, where he specializes in helping organizations effectively and successfully embrace change and engage their workforces. Mark published his first book, Managing Whole People: One Man’s Journey, in 2008 and two ebooks, Compliance to Commitment: A Foundation for Employee Engagement and Building an Employment Brand, in 2011.

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    Ebook by Barney Kamp

    Computing for Seniors is written for seniors, by a senior. When Barney Kamp began teaching at Calvin College, he developed a course outline to fit a ten-session period of computer classes. He later realized while teaching at a retirement community that a much broader computer course was needed to address both new and semi-experienced users. Starting from square one, this helpful guide shows seniors how to use Microsoft Windows 8 to send and receive emails, write notes and letters to friends, browse the Web, and even use a computer to pay bills. Written in plain language, not technical jargon, Computing for Seniors is an easy-to-use guide to the world of computing.

    About the Author

    When Barney Kamp began teaching at the Calvin Academy for Lifelong Learning at Calvin College, he developed a course outline to fit a ten-session period of classes that involved the use of specific computer programs. He later realized while teaching at Waterford Place, a retirement community in Jenison, MI, that a much broader computer course was needed that would address both new and semi-experienced users. Barney is a strong advocate of computer use among seniors, not only because he feels that they should use computers, but also because they need them in order to keep cognitive skills alive and well.
    Price: $9.99 

    Ebook by John Thorn

    John Thorn is the official historian for MLB and has written many books on baseball history. First Pitch is the ideal introduction to the origins of the game for readers of all ages. Crammed with original primary research and newly discovered artifacts, memorabilia, colorful paintings and images, this comprehensive historical work is perhaps most interesting for replacing long-established myths with fact. Thorn himself made some of the key discoveries that have opened up the early history of the game. First Pitch takes readers out to the ballpark to meet heroes old and new, from the two Abners (Abner Doubleday and Abner Graves) to Alexander Cartwright and the Knickerbockers. Thorn won the Bob Davids Award, the highest honor given by the Society for American Baseball Research, and was a senior creative consultant for the Ken Burns’ documentary, Baseball.

    About the Author

    John Thorn, the Official Baseball Historian for Major LeagueBaseball, is one of baseball's most interesting (and prolific) writers.His books include Baseball in the Garden of Eden, New York | 400, Total Baseball: The Official Encyclopedia of Major League Baseball and The Hidden Game of Baseball.He is an historian and expert on the early years of baseball, New YorkCity, football, hockey, cricket, architecture, art, music and oysters.

    Price: $2.99 

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