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Description This illustrated high-quality reference book provides schools and families with concise, accurate and age-appropriate information on the variety of faiths that have existed and are current in the worl... more

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Review of The Usborne Internet-linked Encyclopedia of World History - Fiona Chandler

Excellent

“A fabulous encyclopedia”

published 20/04/2011

Tells you all you need and more

None

...The Usborne Internet-Linked Encyclopedia of World History This is an encyclopedia with a difference, this book contains descriptions of websites you can visit to take you further into the subject in a fun and informative way. There are over 200 different, recommended websites to visit and to access these sites you go to the Usborne Quicklinks Website at www.usborne-quicklincs.com you will...

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Review of The Encyclopedia of World Cricket - Roy Morgan

Super

Welcome information about the broader cricketing world, seemingly well researched

Expensive at full price, rather bland presentation

...Introduction There are any number of books on the shelves with titles like this one. Generally speaking, they cover the Test nations and, if you're really lucky, may have the odd daring excursion to the shores of Ireland, Bermuda or ? these days especially ? Afghanistan. Roy Morgan's The Encyclopedia of World Cricket, however, really does do what it says on the tin. The popular Cricinfo...

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Review of On Top of The World - Tom Barbash

Excellent

“On Top of The World”

published 15/12/2014

Interesting, compelling book

Not a book for everyone, Sad read

...interested in reading even though I knew it wouldn't be an easy read. The Book This book is written largely from the perspective of Howard Lutnick, the Chairman and CEO of Cantor Fitzgerald. Cantor Fitzgerald is a brokerage firm whose offices were located on the 101st to 105th floors of the World Trade Centre in New York. When the attacks on the towers happened around 658 employees were in...

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