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Title Breakthrough Rapid Reading
Author Peter Kump
Publisher Penguin
Release Date 1999
Category Language Arts & Disciplines
Total Pages 276
ISBN 073520019X
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Based on the discoveries of Evelyn Wood, a speed reading expert reveals the secrets of an increased reading rate and improved retention skills through a series of graded drills and exercises

Title Breakthrough Rapid Reading
Author Peter Kump
Publisher Penguin
Release Date 1998-11-01
Category Language Arts & Disciplines
Total Pages 320
ISBN 9781440672798
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The former National Director of Education for Evelyn Wood Reading Dynamics. presents his do-it-yourself program for increasing reading speed and boosting comprehension. This program distills fundamental principles and skills chat can be learned at home with the help of the drills and exercises provided. And because it lets readers choose their own materials and set their own pace, it's the ideal method for busy people juggling a full schedule.

Title Breakthrough Rapid Reading
Author Peter Kump
Publisher Prentice Hall Direct
Release Date 1999
Category Language Arts & Disciplines
Total Pages 276
ISBN 0137935633
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Based on the discoveries of Evelyn Wood, a speed reading expert reveals the secrets of an increased reading rate and improved retention skills through a series of graded drills and exercises

Title The Complete Idiot s Guide to Speed Reading
Author Abby Marks Beale
Publisher Penguin
Release Date 2008
Category Language Arts & Disciplines
Total Pages 284
ISBN 1592577784
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

Presents strategies and techniques designed to increase reading speed, and improve comprehension and retention of a variety of reading materials.

Triple Your Reading Speed by Wade E. Cutler

Title Triple Your Reading Speed
Author Wade E. Cutler
Publisher Peterson's
Release Date 2002-06-21
Category Language Arts & Disciplines
Total Pages 276
ISBN 0768909031
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A complete program of practice exercises designed to improve reading speed and comprehension includes tips on study habits and test-taking skills.

Title Speed Reading Learn to Read a 200 Page Book in 1 Hour
Author Kam Knight
Publisher MindLily.com
Release Date 2018-09-26
Category Education
Total Pages 136
ISBN 9780988332867
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Think reading a 200 page book in 1 hour is difficult or impossible? Think Again! You already have the ability to read that fast, you are just not using the mind and eyes to their fullest. Tap into the full potential of your mind and eyes! With a few simple shifts, you can double or even triple reading speed in a matter of seconds. Then with the additional tips and exercises, you will gradually raise that level until you are comfortably reading a 200+ page book in 1 hour.

Super Reading Secrets by Howard Stephen Berg

Title Super Reading Secrets
Author Howard Stephen Berg
Publisher Grand Central Publishing
Release Date 2008-12-14
Category Language Arts & Disciplines
Total Pages 256
ISBN 9780446553278
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Devised by the man recorded in Guinness as the world's fastest reader--80 pages per minutes--this is the only program that combines the most up-to-date learning techniques and psychological discoveries with proven speed-reading methods and ancient tools like meditation to significantly improve both reading speed and comprehension.

Remember Everything You Read by Dr. Stanley D. Frank

Title Remember Everything You Read
Author Dr. Stanley D. Frank
Publisher Crown
Release Date 2012-06-13
Category Self-Help
Total Pages 212
ISBN 9780307820440
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Learn how to read more quickly--and absorb more of of the information you are reading--with Remember Everything You Read. For the first time the secrets that have made the completely revised Evelyn Wood learning program so effective and popular are revealed. Remember Everything You Read not only teaches you how to increase your reading speed--all the while improving your comprehension--it also features tips and tricks to improve your study habits, more effectively take notes, and write papers, among others. It will become an invaluable resource for students, parents, teachers, and anyone looking to read--and comprehend--in a faster, more efficient manner.

10 Days To Faster Reading by The Princeton Language Institute

Title 10 Days to Faster Reading
Author The Princeton Language Institute
Publisher Grand Central Publishing
Release Date 2001-07-01
Category Reference
Total Pages 224
ISBN 0446676675
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Jump-Start Your Reading Skills! Speed reading used to require months of training. Now you can rev up your reading in just a few minutes a day. With quizzes to determine your present reading level and exercises to introduce new skills quickly, 10 Days to Faster Reading will improve your reading comprehension and speed as it shows you how to: * Break the Bad Habits That Slow You Down * Develop Your Powers of Concentration * Cut Your Reading Time in Half * Use Proven, Specially Designed Reading Techniques * Boost the Power of Your Peripheral Vision * Learn How to Scan and Skim a Written Report ...And All in 10 Days!

Title Reading with the Right Brain
Author David Butler
Publisher CreateSpace
Release Date 2014-09-18
Category Language Arts & Disciplines
Total Pages 238
ISBN 1500934267
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Breakthrough Technique: Read Faster by Understanding Faster. Don't you hate it when reading takes so long... and yet you retain so little? Is this way of reading even worth your time? By learning to read with yourwhole brain -- not just the slow, step-by-step, analytical left side that handles word-recognition, but also your fast, parallel-processing, big-pictureright brain -- you can reach new levels of reading and cognition. Learn to visualize whole ideas at a time, and turn reading into a truly engaging experience instead of a chore. Discover how to encourage the involvement of your powerful, silent, imaginative right-hemisphere and begin reading ideas rather than just words. Apply the conceptual abilities of your right brain to increase concentration, comprehension, and reading speed. Only faster comprehension, can lead to faster reading!! Reading IS comprehension. There is no reading without comprehension. The only way to really read faster, is byunderstanding faster. These new theories and techniques will have you reading faster bythinking faster. Read whole ideas at a time. Strengthen your comprehension. Sharpen your concentration. Reduce your vocalization. Improve your retention. Increase your speed. Do you want to continue throwing your time away, achieving the same pitiful results, and remaining frustrated and bored with your reading? Tens of thousands of people have already used this method at readspeeder.com to improve their reading skills. Learn how these techniques work, and how to apply them to your own reading. Practice easily with the20 uniquely designed exercises that will have you immediately reading whole ideas at a time. Plus, as a gift to you, there is a FREE BONUS of four downloadable pdf books. The full text of each of these books is prepared with the same special formatting as the exercises in this book, to give you even more opportunity to practice reading whole ideas. Your purchase of the paperback book also entitles you to get the Kindle version for FREE. Get your copy of READING WITH THE RIGHT BRAIN today and start reading with all your brain. What Others Are Saying: A unique method that allows you to more effectively assimilate what you read in a shorter amount of time -- Amanda Johnson, M.A.,Assistant Professor of English, Collin College, Plano, Texas Includes not only original theories and techniques for reading improvement, but also a totally exclusive method of presenting practice exercises -- Richard Sutz, CEO,The Literacy Company, www.EfficientReading.com, Author of “Speed Reading for Dummies” It is amazing to me that so much could have been written in so many years since Evelyn Wood about speed reading and no one came up with the idea of “speed comprehension.” -- Dr. James Young,Professor of English, Weber State University, Ogden, Utah

Title Speed Reading For Dummies
Author Richard Sutz
Publisher John Wiley & Sons
Release Date 2009-07-28
Category Language Arts & Disciplines
Total Pages 288
ISBN 9780470550519
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Learn to: Increase your reading speed and comprehension Use speed techniques for any type of reading material Improve your silent reading skills Recall more of what you read The fun and easy way® to become a more efficient, effective reader! Want to read faster — and recall more of what you read? This practical, hands-on guide gives you the techniques you need to increase your reading speed and retention, whether you're reading books, e-mails, magazines, or even technical journals! You'll find reading aids and plenty of exercises to help you read faster and better comprehend the text. Yes, you can speed read — discover the skills you need to read quickly and effectively, break your bad reading habits, and take in more text at a glance Focus on the fundamentals — widen your vision span and see how to increase your comprehension, retention, and recall Advance your speed-reading skills — read blocks of text, heighten your concentration, and follow an author's thought patterns Zero in on key points — skim, scan, and preread to quickly locate the information you want Expand your vocabulary — recognize the most common words and phrases to help you move through the text more quickly Open the book and find: Tried-and-true techniques from The Reader's Edge® program How to assess your current reading level Tools and exercises to improve your reading skills Speed-reading fundamentals you must know Helpful lists of prefixes, suffixes, roots, and prime words A speed-reading progress worksheet Exercises for eye health and expanded reading vision Tips for making your speed-reading skills permanent

Title Speed Reading for Business
Author Steve Moidel
Publisher Barrons Educational Series
Release Date 1998
Category Language Arts & Disciplines
Total Pages 96
ISBN 0764104012
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The necessary task of digesting the paperwork that's part of a business operation can steal valuable time from a manager's work day. Here's a good solution to that problem--methods for increasing reading and comprehension speed by three to five times

5 Pounds by Harley Pasternak

Title 5 Pounds
Author Harley Pasternak
Publisher Penguin Canada
Release Date 2015-03-03
Category Health & Fitness
Total Pages 304
ISBN 9780143194361
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

For most people, the hardest part of lasting weight loss is either getting started or reaching their goals—too often, motivation is tough to maintain or those final few pounds simply won’t budge, no matter how many hours are logged on the treadmill and how many calories counted. Now, from theNew York Times bestselling author of The Body Reset Diet, comes a deceptively simple plan to slim down—whether you need to shed those last few stubborn pounds or want to jump-start a more significant weight-loss effort.

Title The Speed Reading Book
Author Tony Buzan
Publisher Pearson Education Limited
Release Date 2009-12-01
Category Medical
Total Pages 238
ISBN 1406644293
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The Speed Reading Book will transform the way you read forever. Tony Buzan's fifty years of practice and research in speed reading will give you revolutionary reading techniques that have produced some of the fastest speed readers in the world, including the current World Speed Reading Champion. As well as dramatically improving your reading speed, you'll think faster, more creatively and sharpen your memory. Tony Buzan will show you - * *Read at speeds of over 1000 words per-minute. *Not just simple skim-reading, but also properly and completely comprehending, understanding and retaining the information you've read. *Find out how fast your reading speed is now and then discover how you could be reading dramatically faster in no time. This fully revised and updated edition of the powerful book from the world-renowned authority Tony Buzan, will show you exactly how you can quickly start to read at amazing speeds. The techniques in the book are ideal for teachers, students or executives - indeed, anyone who wants to improve the speed, comprehension and quality of their reading. The benefits of speed reading are numerous, no matter where or why you read. You'll be able to zip through whole novels in one sitting; you'll speed through newspapers and magazines in minutes; you'll be the envy of your colleagues as you consume and understand business reports in record time. Speed Reading will revolutionise the way you read. You'll save days, weeks even months of your precious time; you'll learn more efficiently and quickly; and you'll be left marvelling at your new-found speed-reading abilities.

The X In Sex by David. BAINBRIDGE

Title The X in Sex
Author David. BAINBRIDGE
Publisher Harvard University Press
Release Date 2009-06-30
Category Science
Total Pages 224
ISBN 9780674020412
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A tiny scrap of genetic information determines our sex; it also consigns many of us to a life of disease, directs or disrupts the everyday working of our bodies, and forces women to live as genetic chimeras. The culprit--so necessary and yet the source of such upheaval--is the X chromosome, and this is its story. An enlightening and entertaining tour of the cultural and natural history of this intriguing member of the genome, The X in Sex traces the journey toward our current understanding of the nature of X. From its chance discovery in the nineteenth century to the promise and implications of ongoing research, David Bainbridge shows how the X evolved and where it and its counterpart Y are going, how it helps assign developing human babies their sex--and maybe even their sexuality--and how it affects our lives in infinitely complex and subtle ways. X offers cures for disease, challenges our cultural, ethical, and scientific assumptions about maleness and femaleness, and has even reshaped our views of human evolution and human nature. Table of Contents: Prologue 1. Making a Difference Interlude: What Is It, Exactly? 2. The Duke of Kent's Testicles Interlude: How Sexy Is X? 3. The Double Life of Women Epilogue: The Chosen One Further Reading Glossary Index Reviews of this book: The author of Making Babies takes a lively, witty tour of the X chromosome, creator of "a delicious symmetry between men and women"...Entertaining and informative...A fine demonstration of science made accessible. --Kirkus Reviews Reviews of this book: A well-written, well-researched, easy-to-read study that explains what has been learned about the X and Y chromosomes using DNA sequencing and other molecular biology techniques. British biologist Bainbridge...has pulled together historical and current scientific research about how the X and Y chromosomes affect us and what the genes on these chromosomes actually do, like causing sex-linked diseases and color blindness...An excellent example of good science writing...Recommended. --Margaret Henderson, Library Journal Reviews of this book: Bainbridge is an essentialist, interested in understanding what aspects of gender are biologically driven, and why...He has a central question he wants to answer. The question is not so much why men and women are different (a worn topic that's the subject of too many Mars-and-Venus bestsellers) but, far more specific and far more interesting: Why are men and women more different than they need to be? --Liza Mundy, Washington Post Reviews of this book: Bainbridge summarizes our knowledge of the genetic information that determines one's sex by recounting the ancients' speculations about the genesis of gender, following with modern biologists' discovery of the X and Y chromosomes about a century ago, and of the sex-determining gene Sry in the 1990s. In a discussion rich with history, evolution, and philosophy, Bainbridge points out the dramatic effect that gender selection has on people's lives...A fascinating, often humorous analysis of the science of sexuality. --Gilbert Taylor, Booklist Reviews of this book: In The X in Sex, David Bainbridge explains the far-reaching effects of X. Bainbridge...moves with ease between straightforward accounts of biology and historical stories about its effect, like the chapter describing the progression of hemophilia through the royal houses of Europe. Bainbridge discusses cultural history as well as natural history, and his wit enlivens every page. --Christine Kenneally, New York Times Book Review Reviews of this book: There are many literary stars (such as Stephen Jay Gould, Richard Dawkins and Matt Ridley) in the firmament of writers on evolution, and to a man they write with dash and persuasive logic. David Bainbridge is one such and in his latest book he takes the reader through the glories of the X chromosome at a cracking pace. --Miriam Stoppard, Times Higher Education Supplement (UK) Reviews of this book: The truth is that the behaviours of [chromosomes] X and Y are inextricably linked. Bainbridge explores this link in a compelling tale that takes in how the sex chromosomes became sex chromosomes, and the very different consequences of this for women and men. Along the way we encounter the Duke of Kent's testicles, calico cats and non-identical identical twin girls. His story weaves science, history and the history of science (with a little religion for good measure) in a straightforward, anecdotal fashion that will appeal to scientists and non-scientists alike. --Mark T. Ross, New Scientist (UK) Reviews of this book: In his structure/function analysis of the X chromosome, Bainbridge provides a tongue-in-cheek, yet informative, description of one of the two human sex chromosomes. --R. Adler, Choice Reviews of this book: If you have ever been intrigued by some of the puzzles of genetics--why boys tend to get haemophilia or colour blindness while girls are more likely to have an identical twin or to develop rheumatoid arthritis later in life--then The X in Sex is for you. --Chris Tyler-Smith, Times Literary Supplement David Bainbridge takes us on a fascinating tour of X chromosomes and explains what the possession of these intricately folded, infinitessimally narrow, two-inch long strings of genetic codes weighing almost nothing, means for their bearers--that is for each one of us, male and female. History and personal anecdotes are woven together with up-to-date summaries of the science, punctuated with Bainbridge's zany--and very British--humor, so that this information-packed book is pure pleasure to read. --Sarah Blaffer Hrdy author of Mother Nature: A History of Mothers, Infants, and Natural Selection The X in Sex is absolutely fascinating, so intriguing, in fact, that I found myself unwilling to put it down. David Bainbridge surveys an astonishing amount of new information from recent genomic studies of the X chromosome, clearly explaining the findings in a way the average person can easily follow. The science is presented via amusing and highly appropriate metaphors and clever turns of phrase, all of which serve to brighten the prose and present the reader with catchy ways to think about complex ideas. This is an informative, authoritative, and thoroughly enjoyable read: one of the best books I have read in recent years. --Jane Lancaster, University of New Mexico This is wonderful stuff--beautifully written, clear, jargon-free, with anecdotes sure to hold the attention. --other hupauthorTim Birkhead, author of Promiscuity: An Evolutionary History of Sperm Competition

Title Skyships Over Innsmouth
Author Susan Laine
Publisher DSP Publications
Release Date 2016-08-02
Category Fiction
Total Pages 200
ISBN 9781634769907
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Will airship captain Dev and scholar Shay survive an expedition to Innsmouth, a town with horrors beyond imagining?

Power Reading by Rick Ostrov

Title Power Reading
Author Rick Ostrov
Publisher Education Press (NC)
Release Date 2002
Category Education
Total Pages 217
ISBN 0960170618
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Stand Out by Dorie Clark

Title Stand Out
Author Dorie Clark
Publisher Penguin
Release Date 2015-04-21
Category Business & Economics
Total Pages 224
ISBN 9780698170483
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Standing out is no longer optional Too many people believe that if they keep their heads down and work hard, they’ll be recognized on the merits of their work. But that’s simply not true anymore. “Safe” jobs disappear daily, and the clamor of everyday life drowns out ordinary contributions. To make a name for yourself, to create true job security, and to make a difference in the world, you have to share your unique perspective and inspire others to take action. But in a noisy world where it seems everything’s been said—and shouted from the rooftops—how can your ideas stand out? Fortunately, you don’t have to be a genius or a worldwide superstar to make an impact. Drawing on interviews with more than fifty thought leaders in fields ranging from business to genomics to urban planning, Dorie Clark shows how these masters achieved success and how anyone—with hard work—can do the same. Whether it’s learning to ask the right questions, developing and building on an expert niche, or combining disparate fields to get a new perspective, Clark outlines ways to develop the ideas that set you apart. Of course, having a breakthrough insight is only half the battle. If you really want to share your ideas, you have to find a way to build an audience, communicate your message, and inspire others to embrace your vision. Starting small is fine; Clark provides a step-by-step guide to help you leverage your existing networks, attract new people to your cause, and, ultimately, build a community around your ideas. Featuring vivid examples based on interviews with influencers such as Seth Godin, David Allen, and Daniel Pink, Clark shows you how to break through and ensure that your ideas get noticed. Becoming a thought leader in your company or in your profession is the ultimate career insurance. But—even more important—it’s also a chance to change the world for the better. Whatever your cause, perspective, or point of view, the world can’t afford for the best ideas to remain buried inside you. Whether it’s how to improve the educational system or how to make your company more efficient, your ideas matter. The world needs your insights, and it’s time to be bold.

Title Train Your Brain For Success
Author Roger Seip
Publisher John Wiley & Sons
Release Date 2012-07-16
Category Business & Economics
Total Pages 256
ISBN 9781118330555
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Train your mind to achieve new levels of success! Professionals and entrepreneurs do a great job of keeping up appearances. But if they're honest with themselves, they're short on living the life they really want. Train Your Brain For Success provides the perspective to analyze how you got where you are and, more importantly, learn the skills to get where you truly desire to be. Train Your Brain For Success explains specific ways of thinking and acting that will get anyone where they want to go, fast. Learn to condition your mind to move towards success automatically, by discovering greater memory power and fundamental techniques for boosting reading speed and comprehension. Get a proven strategy for succeeding and becoming a record-breaking performer. Learn to live in the moment Become brilliant with the basics Aggressively take care of your mind Train your mind for new levels of success by boosting memory power, reading speed and comprehension.

Jump Starting America by Jonathan Gruber

Title Jump Starting America
Author Jonathan Gruber
Publisher PublicAffairs
Release Date 2019-04-09
Category Business & Economics
Total Pages 368
ISBN 9781541762503
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The untold story of how America once created the most successful economy the world has ever seen and how we can do it again. The American economy glitters on the outside, but the reality is quite different. Job opportunities and economic growth are increasingly concentrated in a few crowded coastal enclaves. Corporations and investors are disproportionately developing technologies that benefit the wealthiest Americans in the most prosperous areas--and destroying middle class jobs elsewhere. To turn this tide, we must look to a brilliant and all-but-forgotten American success story and embark on a plan that will create the industries of the future--and the jobs that go with them. Beginning in 1940, massive public investment generated breakthroughs in science and technology that first helped win WWII and then created the most successful economy the world has ever seen. Private enterprise then built on these breakthroughs to create new industries--such as radar, jet engines, digital computers, mobile telecommunications, life-saving medicines, and the internet-- that became the catalyst for broader economic growth that generated millions of good jobs. We lifted almost all boats, not just the yachts. Jonathan Gruber and Simon Johnson tell the story of this first American growth engine and provide the blueprint for a second. It's a visionary, pragmatic, sure-to-be controversial plan that will lead to job growth and a new American economy in places now left behind.