Looking for a book was never so easy

Online book stores are equipped with excellent customer services, which include giving books at very low prices and free shopping. Gone are the days when the book lovers, academicians and students were forced to manually search out their choice in the stacks of books walled up to the ceiling. It was a very time consuming and tedious job. Another drawback was the limitation of the range of books belonging to a particular genre at a single place.

Online book stores are those portals which are manned by sternly passionate and determined set of professionals. They develop very efficient search and marketing models for the readers. Their latest

Online book store: A Dream For Every Reader

Books are a great source of entertainment and they give a platform to rise to greater heights. Reading of books facilitates the reader with a sound knowledge base and enhance the reader's linguistic as well as reading skills. Books are a person's true friend and an imperishable relationship is developed between the reader and the book. There are different genres of books such as thrillers, comedy, science-fiction, fiction and suspense and it is up to the choice of the individual to pick up a book which suits his/her interest.

The Benefits of Buying Books from an Online Bookstore

There are hundreds if not thousands of online bookstores to choose from with hundreds to hundreds of thousands of titles. Retail booksellers can be chains or local independent bookstores that specialize in the retail and distribution of books. Wholesale booksellers move and break down big lots of new and also used books into smaller lots for redistribution, selling them to businesses, other wholesalers, and individuals. Searching online bookstores is an exciting endeavor, and with the advent of search engines, any kind of used, new or rare bookstores can be found.

St. Joan of Arc Book Maid of Heaven: Digital Preview At Google Books

Maid of Heaven: The Story of Saint Joan of Arc is a best selling biography about one of the most famous people in history Joan of Arc covering her entire life’s story and history. Now with the help of Google Books the inside pages of Maid of Heaven can be digitally previewed providing everyone interested in the book with a glimpse of the unique nature of this particular book about St. Joan. Every page in Maid of Heaven contains exquisite border art displaying the life of St. Joan of Arc in a way that enhances the understanding and beauty of the poetic verse contained throughout the book. There are also seventeen full page famous historic paintings of Joan of Arc interspersed throughout the pages covering the

Miss Marple - Sketch of a Famous Fictional Detective

Miss Jane Marple is one of Agatha Christie's most famous fictional characters. She is a spinster who acts as an amateur detective, and lives in the English village of St. Mary Mead. Miss Marple appears in twelve of Christie's mystery books. In 1927 the Royal Magazine published Christie's short story The Tuesday Night Club. It was Miss Marple's first appearance. The Murder at the Vicarage was her first debut in a full length novel. In this first Miss Marple mystery book she is portrayed as a bit of a gossip. Later, Christie changes the character into a more likable person.

Rumiko Takahashi and Her Mangas

Rumiko Takahashi is a most famous, respected mangaka and a richest woman in Japan thanks to her works. They feature an interesting plot with unconventional denouements of critical situations, many impressive characters, rich action and humor.

While at Japanese Women's University she attended a manga creator school and published some short stories in its limited-circulation journal. After graduation she devoted herself to manga creation despite her profession. As a result, her fans and all readers know her as the author of Urusei Yatsura, Maison Ikkoku, Mermaid Saga, Ranma 1/2, InuYasha and

Declaration by United Nations

Soon after the bombing of Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941, British prime minister Winston Churchill met with United States president Franklin D. Roosevelt in Washington, D.C., to develop strategies for coping with the global crisis. One such strategy, the Declaration by United Nations, emphasized their collective dedication to winning World War II (1939-1945). This declaration incorporated principles of the Atlantic Charter, which the two leaders had agreed to in August 1941. Twenty-six countries signed the declaration, pledging their resources to defeat the Axis powers of Germany, Italy, and Japan. Herbert S. Parmet

Charter of the United Nations

In 1945 representatives from 50 nations met in San Francisco, California, and drafted the Charter of the United Nations (UN). The so-called San Francisco Conference recognized the failure of the League of Nations, the UN’s predecessor, to contain the conflicts that led to World War II (1939-1945). The conference sought to create an organization that could represent all of the world’s nations and deal effectively with a broad range of issues. The charter provides the framework for the UN, which continues to work toward its primary goal of maintaining world peace.
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