In this encore to his classic 1987 unauthorized biography of Steve Jobs (Steve Jobs: The Journey is the Reward), Jeffrey Young examines Jobs' remarkable resurgence, one of the most amazing business comeback stories in years.
"Steve Jobs History painted with a wide brush"
In Barren SEAD, award-winning historian James L. Young, Jr., propagates a different theory: Instead of being a sign of what the Air Force was capable of, Linebacker II was a bitter failure that starkly outlined the USAF's limitations. Furthermore, instead of the meddling of the Johnson and Nixon administrations, this defeat was brought about by Air Force leaders' refusal to develop a Suppression of Enemy Air Defenses (SEAD) doctrine from 1953-1972.
"Very captivating book"
When the STORM group uncovers a plot to create a deadly revolutionary weapon, Will, Andrew, and Gaia race from England to Russia, determined not only to find and dismantle the weapon, but to confront the psychopathic scientist behind it all.
There is nothing worse than waking up with a zit on your face on the day you have to give a report in front of the entire class! It's true, the first thing someone notices about you is your skin, hair, and nails. But good grooming is more than skin deep: Caring for your skin, hair, and nails helps you stay healthy and looking your very best at all times. Consider this book your total guide to everything you need to know about having healthy and beautiful skin, hair, and nails!
Being a parent is a powerful experience, but often we don't anticipate the many ways it will change us. Expectant and new parents will find this book helpful because it examines the real effects children exert on a parent's sense of self, concept of love, personal and work goals, and your family relationships and friendships, and it explores the basis of the deep satisfaction we derive from being a parent - as well as areas that create stress.
In just a few days, Will Knight lost everyone he cared about and his world is falling apart. Then he's invited to join secret organization STORM. He doesn't know anything about them, but they know all about him: particularly his talent for inventing gadgets.
Hey, you! When you're walking around, keep your eyes on the ground and watch where you step with great care. Oh no! You just stepped on some gum! What are you going to do now? You better listen to this book and find out....
When a nuclear scientist learns of an arms dealer’s plans to sell medical waste to terrorists, he must thwart the deal before a dirty bomb destroys the U.S. From the time of the first atomic bomb, a fact of life was that nuclear material needed to be handled carefully and stored well. Many schemes were though up to safe guard nuclear material from terrorists but all had down sides. A method of shooting unneeded nuclear waste into the sun seemed the only way but it was too expensive so the idea of deep storage in mountains prevailed.