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The Way I See it

Author : Temple Grandin
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Presents advice and tips on living with autism using articles published by the author to cover topics such as education, social development, and considerations for autistic adults.

That s the Way I See it

Author : David Hockney
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A republication of a classic work by the popular modern artist follows his exploration of numerous artistic mediums, from painting and computer art to photography and printmaking, explaining his experimentation with ways of seeing as well as his philosophies about how art can alter one's perception of the world. Reprint.

The Way I See It

Author : Jurgen Schadeberg
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Many of the photographs are as familiar as they are iconic: Nelson Mandela gazing through the bars of his prison cell on Robben Island; a young Miriam Makeba smiling and dancing; Hugh Masekela as a schoolboy receiving the gift of a trumpet from Louis Armstrong; the Sophiatown removals; the funeral of the Sharpeville massacre victims ... Photographer JUrgen Schadeberg was the man behind the camera, recording history as it unfolded in apartheid South Africa. His empathy for the displaced, the persecuted and the marginalised was already deeply rooted by the time he came to South Africa from Germany in 1950 and began taking pictures for the fledgling Drum magazine. Schadeberg's first-hand experiences as a child in Berlin during the Second World War are vividly told. As the only child of an actress, who left her son largely to his own devices, Schadeberg became skilled at living by his wits, and developed a resourcefulness that stood him in good stead throughout his life. With some luck and a great deal of perseverance, he was able to pursue his interest in photography in Hamburg, undergoing training as an unpaid 'photographic volunteer' at a press agency, then graduating to taking photos at football matches. After two years, Schadeberg made the decision to travel to South Africa. He arrived in Johannesburg on a cold winter's morning. He had a piece of paper with his mother's address on it, his worldly possessions in a small, cheap suitcase on the station platform beside him, and his Leica camera, as always, around his neck.

Black and White

Author : Richard Williams
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The fascinating, revealing, and in-depth memoir of Richard Williams, a self-made businessman, tennis coach, and father to two of the greatest athletes of all time—Venus and Serena Williams. He’d set his mind to raise two of the greatest women champions in professional tennis well before they could even hold a racket. The father of Venus and Serena Williams had a grand plan for his daughters. The source of his vision, the method behind his execution, and the root of his indomitable spirit he held private. Until now. What he reveals about his success—his story of struggle, determination, hard work, and family—is told in the pages of this inspiring memoir, Black and White: The Way I See It. Richard Williams, for the first time ever, shares stories about the poverty and violence of his early life in Shreveport, Louisiana, in the 1940s—a life that could have ended on the day he was born because of indifference, racism, and cruelty were it not for the strength of his mother and the kindness of a stranger. Williams’s mother was his hero, just as he became a hero to Venus and Serena, who express in the book the lessons he taught them and how much they love their much-criticized and even maligned father. His critics claimed that he was “in the way” of his daughters’ athletic success, that he was “destroying his daughters’ marketing and advertising abilities,” and even accused him of “abuse.” Richard Williams describes a family life held together by the principles that matter most: courage, confidence, commitment, faith, and above all, love. “When you’re younger, as a female, you flock to your father. When you get older, you’re closer to your mother. I still feel really, really close to my father. . . . We have a great relationship. There is an appreciation. There is a closeness because of what we’ve been through together, and a respect,” says Serena. “Training started early for my kids, but it wasn’t only on the tennis courts. I used to take Venus and Serena to work with me so they could learn the importance of planning, responsibility, and a strong work ethic, even at their early age,” Richard Williams writes. The self-made man saw the value of education and had the discipline to practice what he learned. He went so far as to write a plan for his family’s future before his tennis champion daughters were ever born. Richard Williams has walked a long, hard, exciting, and ultimately rewarding road for seventy years, fighting every hand raised against him while raising a loving family and two of the greatest tennis players who ever lived.

The Way I See It

Author : Grace Guthrie
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What is reality? Is everything we see around us only an illusion? What does it mean to be created in God’s image? Can anyone hope to have a relationship with the creator of the universe? Is your faith really authentic? These are questions we ask ourselves as we try make sense of our time on this Earth, and The Way I See It answers all of them! Step inside these pages and participate in a startling journey full of dreams, visions, and insights that range from the simple to the extraordinary, examining answers to the age-old questions that have intrigued mankind throughout its history.

The Way I See It

Author : Nicole Dryburgh
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By the age of 18, Nicole Dryburgh has survived cancer & a brain haemorrhage. Blind & mainly confined to a wheelchair, Nicole is wholehearted & positive, whether she is studying, fund-raising or hanging out with her friends.

Kieran Modra

Author : Kieran Modra
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What becomes of a country lad who loves daredevil adventure, only to discover that he is slowly losing his sight? This inspiring story tells us about a shy boy in a city boarding school, an adolescent struggling with his identity as he comes to terms with a disability, and the Australian athlete standing atop a dais as he accepts his gold medal.

The Way I See It Classic Cinema

Author : Robert A. Jordan
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The Way I See It

Author : Lucy Marrett
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The Way I See It

Author : Alan Sugar
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Everyone knows that Lord Sugar has strong opinions and is not afraid to share them - no matter how controversial they may be. The Way I See It takes us into the world of Alan Sugar: entrepreneur, Twitter addict, television star, keen cyclist, peer of the realm and bemused grandfather. In The Way I See It he shares his trenchant views on subjects as varied as over-priced poncy restaurants, the problems with British society, why French drivers wind him up, the secrets of his own success, and the reason he respects Katie Price more than most celebrities. Crammed full of brilliant stories, amusing rants and sound advice, this is the last word on life, the universe and everything from the nation's favourite straight-talking businessman.

The Way I See it

Author : Gauri Laṅkēś
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The Way I See It

Author : Karen Myers
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In The Way I See It, Dr. Myers shares her adventures of bumping into life with low vision. Survival tips included.

The Way I See It

Author : Joseph K. Chan
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Joseph Chan was born with two rather restrictive birth defects. One of them is a genetic eye disease known as retinitis pigmentosa (RP), which is progressive with age. The other is paroxysmal kinesigenic dyskinesia (PKD), an involuntary muscular spasm brought on by other sudden movements such as standing up from a sitting position; a condition that actually lessened after age forty. In The Way I See It, Mr. Chan talks candidly about the challenges of growing up with these two birth defects. Despite facing the fear and frustration of falling behind in school as a little child, and stigma for being different, this is a story of love, faith, and personal triumph over fate. The Way I See It is Joseph Chan's spiritual journey to discover his life's purpose and to share the hope and inspiration that he has found with those who might also benefit from it.

The Way We See It

Author : James Pittman
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The Way We See It is an informal collection of unbiased and unedited writings, poetry and rhyme from promising young writers who grasp the inner thoughts of life as they see it happening. The authors reveal the bare essence of what would be described by true poets as free verse or even urban culture rap by some. Emerging from the high rise buildings on Schroeder Street and the Third Avenue apartments of Mount Vernon N.Y., "H'mm, looking at us down in their ghettoes " to the deep South of Bay St. Louis "Ehry Sunday we went to church," each writer is capturing what he or she believes to be a glimpse of realism in prose and verse to be heard like the ringing of gospel music through a southern Baptist church.Covering a variety of topics such as familial relationships, friendship and love, the poems and rhymes collected in The Way We See It would make this anthology a magnificent gift as reading material to ponder. While dwelling on the current events and historical documentation, the writers' points of views explores the inner city lifestyles thus making statements that imprisons the readers and then suddenly releasing themwe all see and the way that we see it."If you still don't know where this love comes from, it's a little place called Hip-Hop."

The Way I See It

Author : Jessie M. Chiume
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The Way I See It! life as seen in poetry. The poems are a reflection of life. Some of the poems were written for people as they would create a scenario and ask the writer to write about the scenario. These poems are intertwined into happiness, sadness, despair, and encouragement.

The Way I See It

Author : Jay Caliendo
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The Artist the Way I See It

Author : Jacqueline R. Smith
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This book is intended to provide in a few words, the beauty of art. It will help an individual to appreciate, write and talk about art. This book tell stories about the artists and his work.

The Best of The Way I See It and Other Political Writings 1989 2010

Author : Jamala Rogers
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The Best of the Way I See it is more than a compilation of the author's selected political writings over the last two decades. It is a logical, sometimes tender, often horrific look at life in the black community. The book lifts up the burning social and political issues of the day and offers both insights and solutions.

Way I See It

Author : Henry Field
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This book is meant to challenge, is often controversial, even something of a whistleblower and, being radical, does not settle for the status quo as I speak out against these terrible times we live in. It is about dealing with life and death with all that that means in joy and heartache and the realities of such with both the physical and spiritual supernatural sides of life, something of how they interact in good versus evil, right and wrong also the intense and desperate warfare we are locked into here on Planet Earth and the Divine judgement we are under. Where each of us stands regarding.

Way I See It

Author : Melissa Anderson
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When other girls her age were experiencing their first crushes, Melissa Sue Anderson was receiving handwritten marriage proposals from fans as young, and younger, than she was. When other girls were dreaming of their first kiss, Melissa was struggling through hers in front of a camera. From age eleven in 1974 until she left the show in 1981, Melissa Anderson literally grew up before the viewers of Little House on the Prairie. Melissa, as Mary, is remembered by many as “the blind sister”—and she was the only actor in the series to be nominated for an Emmy. In The Way I See It, she takes readers onto the set and inside the world of the iconic series created by Michael Landon, who, Melissa discovered, was not perfect, as much as he tried to be. In this memoir she also shares her memories of working with guest stars like Todd Bridges, Mariette Hartley, Sean Penn, Patricia Neal, and Johnny Cash. In addition to stories of life on the set, Melissa offers revealing looks at her relationships off-set with her costars, including the other Melissa (Melissa Gilbert) and Alison Arngrim, who portrayed Nellie Oleson on the show. And she relates stories of her guest appearances on iconic programs such as The Love Boat and The Brady Bunch. Filled with personal, revealing anecdotes and memorabilia from the Little House years, this book is also a portrait of a child star who became a successful adult actress and a successful adult. These are stories from “the other Ingalls sister” that have never been told.