When Linda boarded the train that would take her to London and freedom, she was penniless and alone. A polite offer of help from the stranger in the seat opposite was the last thing she expected. Life with Rowley Frobisher was everything she had ever dreamed of: fast, sophisticated – and expensive. In a few months the rough country girl had changed beyond recognition. But then Rowley has a fatal heart attack – and once again Linda must take desperate action to survive.
Developing Study and Work Skills is the first text to unite the fragmented study skills/work skills/personal development skills market by focusing on the key basic skills that students need in order to make them practically as well as academically prepared for the world of work. Chapters take students through the core personal, interpersonal, written, verbal, technical and numerical skills that HE courses and employers are looking for. This book is the first text to integrate study and management skills in such a way as to encourage a continuous pattern of self-analysis in the student, more thoroughly preparing the student for the transition from study to the world of work than any other text in the market.Students on modules such as Personal Development and Effectiveness, Study Skills, Management Skills, Business Skills, Business Communication, Business Awareness, Managing Oneself and Others at – for example – BABS/BABA, HND/HNC, DMS, MBA levels will all find this a hugely valuable text through study and working life.
With this handy little book, you can -Learn a new convention, or extend your knowledge of it -Learn and practice by yourself using the unique quiz format -Practice with your partner using the specially selected example hands, and compare your results with the recommended auctions Barbara Seagram is a master bridge teacher who owns and runs one of North America's largest bridge schools, in Toronto, Canada. Her previous books include the bestselling 25 Bridge Conventions You Should Know (with Marc Smith). Linda Lee is an expert bridge player and a bridge journalist whose previous work includes You Have to See This (with Andrew Diosy).
Based on Barbara Seagram's best-selling 25 Bridge Conventions You Should Know, each book in this series offers the opportunity to learn more about a common convention and to practice it on your own or with a favorite partner.
Written for complete beginners, this book is based on material that Barbara Seagram uses in her own classes to introduce hundreds of new players to the game every year. The book will take readers to the point where they can enjoy a social game with friends or begin to explore their local bridge club.
This fun series is designed to help mothers with children ages 3-8 create lasting, loving memories. Each book features the captivating artwork of Lila Rose KennedyThis family togetherness guide offers crafts, recipes, and activities ideal for parents and grandparents who want to make a child's day special.