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Power of Habit is one of my favorite books of all time. It shows the psychology behind why changes work (and do not work). Master habit change and their is nothing in your life you cannot change. This book is the core science behind almost every self help book book out there. Simply put: A MUST READ self-help book.

The Power of Habit: Why We Do What We Do in Life and Business by Charles Duhigg. Duhigg takes us to the thrilling edge of scientific discoveries that explain why habits exist and how they can be changed.

I read this book awhile back while I was in school. It's a beautiful story of a little girl in Nazi Germany who learns to read - and as a result finds a passion for writing - from her adopted father (who poses as a Nazi but is really hiding a Jewish man in the basement), as well as the man in the basement who is kept a secret for the entire book. Narrated by a charming and witty angel of death, this is definitely a must-read.

The Book Thief, Markus Zusak, is a historical fiction novel set in Nazi Germany. Told from the perspective of a personified version of Death, The Book Thief is a outstanding and unique story that shows what it's like to be alone and afraid.

I was blessed to grow up in a home where there was no prejudice.This was my first glimpse at the horrors that the Jewish people went through. I did not know that such things happened. I couldn't understand why. I read it over and over but still could not understand why. I finally stopped reading it because I realized, there was no reason why. There was NO reason. It made me aware of the importance of loving all people, and respecting all cultures. jbw

The diary of a young girl Anne Frank ; translated from the Dutch by B. with an introduction by Eleanor Roosevelt.

How to save $5,000 this year with the 52-week money challenge

How to save $5,000 this year with the 52-week money challenge

When you paycheck isn't that big and you want to save-

When you paycheck isn't that big and you want to save-