4 edition of How I got this way found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||PN1992.4.P45 A3 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 314 p. :|
|Number of Pages||314|
|LC Control Number||2011033188|
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"How I Got This Way" is organized into thirty chapters, each focusing on a person or people, usually a celebrity, who inspired or affected Philbin in some way.
A select few actually make for good reading. Joey Bishop was the host of a talk show in the s where Philbin worked as a second banana, and proved a difficult colleague at times.4/5(). Question: "What is ‘the Way’ in the Bible?" Answer: “The Way” is mentioned several times in the book of Acts (Acts ;23; ;22) in connection with early followers of Christ.
It was to take prisoner men and women who “belonged to the Way” (Acts ; ) that Saul of Tarsus went to Damascus. After Saul was converted, he became a. Bryson is always readable but this account of English and how it got that way is now a bit dated (e.g. the discussion of translation using AI; and the discussion of the current state of English English).
More serious criticisms are that Bryson is meandering and repetitive and intellectually lazy/amateurish in taking comparisons with an Cited by: 7. "How I Got This Way" is organized into thirty chapters, each focusing on a person or people, usually a celebrity, who inspired or affected Philbin in some way.
A select few actually make for good reading. Joey Bishop was the host of a talk show in the s where Philbin worked as a second banana, and proved a difficult colleague at times.4/5().
John Nici’s book is a terrific read, entertaining and erudite Michael Findlay, author of The Value of Art This is not just another art history book. Well-researched and accessible to a broad readership, Famous Works of Art—And How They Got That Way examines years of fine art/5(6).
I bought this book due to the title “The Smartest Kids in the World: And How They Got That Way”. I was soo disappointed since inside the book it was only mentioning stories of exchange students (not really smart) that went to study in countries with high pisa scores/5(). As the famed talk show host states at one point in his book, "How I Got This Way," I came late to the Regis Philbin party, but in the 10 years I followed his "Live" show, I admit I loved the heck out of him.
This book chronicles a host of people, mostly big names you would instantly recognize, or at least think you have heard of, who have /5.
I've been a Pat McManus fan for donkey's years, but this is the first time I read the first essay in this book, "How I Got This Way, Part I." And it's okay. The rest of the book is better. There are a few chuckles in the book, but his earlier work is better/5.
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[The Smartest Kids in the World is] a riveting new ’s policy recommendations are sensible and American school reform debate has been desperately in need of such no-nonsense advice, which firmly puts matters of intellect back at the center of education where they belong.4/4(25).
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Controversy. The content of the book was heavily criticised by fellow Bravo Two Zero patrol Author: Chris Ryan. Both a fascinating show business memoir and a delightful primer for living the good life rolled into one, How I Got This Way is Reege being Reege, just the way we love him, as he shares the secrets to success and happiness that he has learned from his innumerable celebrity encounters, his close, personal friendships, and, of course, his /5(31).
How I Got This Way is a rib-tickling collection of stories about the outdoors guaranteed to leave you chuckling. Join McManus and his pals on a venture into the Idaho wilderness that includes taking a hike with-ahem-the President of the United States.
The Smartest Kids in the World: And How They Got That Way is a gripping new book by Amanda Ripley addressing the question, ‘what exactly is happening in classrooms in the countries that out-perform the U.S.
academically?’Ripley investigates this question by spending time where the action is: in classrooms abroad, specifically in Poland, South Korea, and Finland. The Smartest Kids in the World: And How They Got That Way is a book that analyses and compares various national education systems to the American education system, often in critique.
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