Empire City tells the story of the dreams that inspired the changes in the landscape and the problems that eluded solution. Author David Scobey paints a remarkable panorama of New York's uneven development, a city-building process careening between obsessive calculation and speculative excess. Envisioning a new kind of national civilization, “bourgeois urbanists” attempted to make New York the nation's pre-eminent city.
In many ways, the narrative of the Wild West has endured more as legend than reality, and a perfect example of that can be found in the legend of William Henry McCarty Jr., better known as William H. Bonney or "Billy the Kid". Indeed, separating fact from fiction when it comes to the life of the West's most famous outlaw is nearly impossible, due in great measure to the fact that the young man himself cultivated the image of a deadly outlaw and legendary gunman himself.
"Billy the kid"
This is a power-point book in the I-Can-Do-It Book series. This audiobook is a tool chest to reverse apathy, aloofness, and lack of motivation in a child. It guides you on how to change your child's sense of entitlement, or wanting many privileges for free.
This is a power-point audiobook in the I-Can-Do-It Book series. This audiobook helps build compassion and caring in kids who lack a maturity and sensitivity to people, animals and things. Caring is not naturally human. We learn it. Some kids learn this quickly and are helpers around the house. Other kids are selfish, more self-pleasing and feel other people should do for them. You are in the best position to steer a caring child to be more caring, and to re-steer a non-caring child to show caring.
This book helps you prevent a serious mistake. A family mistake. Once a child makes improvement, you, as parents feel happy and relieved. You may think your child is compliant, or even a more respectful member of the family. You set a high standard or expectation for your child, now that he or she shows promise of good changes. You feel great and your family is back to normal. But when your child falls below this standard, you don't just feel disappointed. You feel annoyed, even angry, that your child failed, is reverting to old habits.