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Management Improvement - Travel - Computer - Investing - Orson Scott Card - Children - Maya Angelou - J. D. Salinger - John Dower - Thomas Merton

Management Improvement

Deming's System of Profound Knowledge, system thinking, statistics, continuous improvement, joy in work, customer focus, leadership, learning organizations, quality management and innovation.


Books for the beginning to the advanced computer user. We offer a hand picked selection to help you separate the truly excellent useful books from all the others.


Advice on dating and long term relationships in today's world along with a guide to online resource for finding your match and more. Also try Curious Cat Connections with free online personals and a searchable worldwide social organizations listing.


Benjamin Graham, Jim Rogers, John Bogle, Peter Lynch, George Soros...

Orson Scott Card

John's favorite novelist: Science Fiction, Historical Fiction, Fantasy...

Hugo and Nebula Award Books

The World Science Fiction Science presents the Hugo Awards and the Science Fiction Writers of America present the Nebula Awards.

Books for Children of all ages:

Where the Wild Things Are, Dr. Seuss, The Giving Tree, Dinotopia.

Thomas Pynchon

All the books of this great modern American writer best know for Gravity's Rainbow. Also books about his writing. And links to related online resources.

Maya Angelou

The books and poems of contemporary poet and author, widely know for her stirring inaugural poem for President Clinton.

Michael Crichton

Great escapes from the everyday world including: Jurasic Park, The Andromeda Strain and Sphere.

J. D. Salinger

A masterful writer who has shared too few of his stories with us. But those he shares give us great pleasure.

John Dower

Powerful writing on the history of Japan. A family friend and a highly acclaimed author. Currently he serves as the Henry R Luce Professor of International Cooperation at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He was executive producer of a documentary film, which was nominated for an Academy Award, titled Hellfire: a Journey from Hiroshima.