New Release Books by Dan Baker

Dan Baker is the author of Sco-shi Training Guide (2017), The Art of Life (2014), What Happy Women Know (2008), Sasquatch Mountain (2016) and other 5 books.

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Sco-shi Training Guide

release date: Nov 28, 2017
Sco-shi Training Guide
This Training Guide is amongst one of the most resourceful and informative out there. Packed full of reliable and tested information - written by a highly experienced Trainer. Easy to read, and in-depth in its nature - you will thoroughly enjoy your journey through it, all while expanding your knowledge. It contains a wealth of interesting facts and reliable information, along with detailed advice for owners. This is one book that is certainly a must-have addition to your collection.

The Art of Life

release date: Oct 22, 2014
The Art of Life
This book introduces Jonathan, a wise 8 year-old who lives in New York City. Jonathan joins Ethan who lives in Kansas, as someone who seeks to make the world a little better. They are joined by a funny look at a writer on the verge In My Neighborhood. "What's the Caspian Grille doing on Frankfort Avenue-it should be in Caspia right?" My sense of humor is what is most consistently on display. It's more fun than a room full of monkeys. Have you ever been in a room full of monkeys?-not so much fun.

What Happy Women Know

release date: Apr 01, 2008
What Happy Women Know
Provides a close-up look at five traps that can compromise happiness and hinder a woman's quest for a better life, drawing on the latest research to furnish a set of helpful tools, techniques, and strategies designed to help women accept the past and move toward a happier future of their own choice. Reprint. 75,000 first printing.

Sasquatch Mountain

release date: Aug 07, 2016
Sasquatch Mountain
Skookum and his best friend Gimmie have just been introduced to the biggest threat any Bigfoot could imagine: Man! Up on Sasquatch Mountain, the best way to avoid Man is by staying hidden. Of course, it helps if you have a Magic Cloak to help keep you out of sight. Join these 11-year-old "Squatch" as they begin one of the most important adventures of their lives: The Quest for the Magic Cloak!

What Happy People Know

release date: Jan 19, 2004
What Happy People Know
Profiles unhappiness as a chemical brain response that helped early humans survive, offering advice on how to achieve happiness by retraining brain activity, accepting a painful past, and designing a future.

One Man's War

release date: Feb 18, 2002
One Man's War
Escaping certain death—not once but several times—lies at the core of the riveting, real-life story of an American soldier during World War II. In One Man's War: The WWII Saga of Tommy LaMore, a B-17 pilot vividly details his experiences in war-ravaged Germany, from the horrific to the romantic and beyond. LaMore's saga began when his plane collided with another B-17 above France and went down. He then entered the French Resistance, where he employed his knowledge of explosives to bomb German operations. After an informant turned him in, he faced a death sentence and was sent to a Polish death camp. LaMore endured the camp's gruesome conditions and eventually escaped, just days before the Germans machine-gunned every man in the camp. LaMore's love story unfolds as he describes liberating a women's slave labor camp and instantly falling in love with one of the detainees. LaMore chopped off her hair, dressed her like a man, and freed her from the camp. After just three days together, the couple agreed to marry once Rosa checked on her family's well being in Poland. They jumped separate trains and never saw each other again. Years later, LaMore learned that Rosa had become a freedom fighter against the Communists and had been executed. Intrigue, passion, and loss imbue LaMore's fascinating tale and make One Man's War a compelling read not only for history aficionados and WWII scholars but also for those who are fascinated by the bittersweet nature of love in times of war.

Guidance for Design Hydrology for Stream Restoration and Channel Stability

release date: Jan 01, 2017
Guidance for Design Hydrology for Stream Restoration and Channel Stability
TRB's National Cooperative Highway Research Program (NCHRP) Research Report 853: Guidance for Design Hydrology for Stream Restoration and Channel Stability provides written guidance and interactive tools to help hydraulic engineers assess the current conditions adjacent to a stream crossing and in the upstream watershed. Specifically, the guidance and tools provide support in assessing the current conditions adjacent to a stream crossing and in the upstream watershed to determine design effort, performing the appropriate hydrological and geomorphic analysis using a set of analytical and analog tools, and designing the channel through the stream crossing for stability and sediment balance.

What Happy Companies Know

release date: Jan 01, 2009
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