Bell, R. (2017). What is the Bible? How an ancient library of poems, letters, and stories can transform the way you think and feel about everything… 541 more words
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How do you teach a student from an oppressed class without the wider oppression of society being mirrored in the teacher/student relationship? This book describes how control and oppression work, and argues why it is important to take care that education helps people imagine and create a world with less oppression, rather than merely embodies and reinforces oppressive structures. 3,264 more words
Hello Everyone! Today is the cover reveal for Death Island by Kelsey Ketch.
Death Island by Kelsey Ketch
Genre: New Adult
Publication: December 31st, 2017… 191 more words
In one month, Richard Proenneke pretty much built a cabin in the wilderness by himself with the hand tools he lugged around, while hunting, fishing and gathering his food, clearing and planting crops for the upcoming months, and assessing his new feral neighbors. 62 more words