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You've Got To Read This Book! : 55 People Tell The Story Of The Book That Changed Their Life (2006, original release: 2006)
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Large TypeLARGE TYPE/028.8/YOU'VEDue 07-31-18
Published: New York : HarperLargePrint, [2006] ©2006
Edition:  First Harper Large Print edition
Description:  xxii, 488 pages (large print) ; 23 cm
ISBN/ISSN: 0061119962, 9780061119965,
Language:  English

Jacquelyn Mitchard: A Tree Grows in Brooklyn / Kenny Loggins: Siddhartha / Catherine Oxenberg: The Power of One / Jim MacLaren: The Passion of the Western Mind: Understanding Ideas That Have Shaped Our World View / Wyland: The Silent World / Lisa Nichols: The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People / Rafe Esquith: The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn / Chellie Campbell: When I Say No, I Feel Guilty / Malachy McCourt: A History of India & a Mahatma Gandhi biography -- John St. Augustine: The Life and Teachings of the Masters of the Far East & Instant Replay: The Green Bay Diary of Jerry Kramer -- Sheryl Leach: The Power of Now / Gay Hendricks: The Enchiridion (The Book of Life) / Pierce O'Donnell: Profiles in Courage / Pat Williams: Veek, as in Wreck: The Chaotic Career of Baseball's Incorrigible Maverick / Lou Holtz: The Magic of Thinking Big / Rudy Ruettiger: Psycho-Cybernetics / Danny Edward Scott Casalenuovo: Chicken Soup for the Prisoner's Soul: 101 Stories to Open the Heart and Rekindle the Spirit of Hope, Healing and Forgiveness / Farrah Gray: The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success / Louise Hay: The Game of Life and How to Play It / Rhonda Byrne: The Science of Getting Rich / Mark Victor Hansen: Resurrection / Michael E. Gerber: 100 Selected Poems by E. E. Cummings -- Tim Ferriss: How to make Millions with Your Ideas / Christiane Northrup, M.D.: Natives of Eternity / Doreen Virtue: Man's Search for Meaning / John Gray: The Science of Being and Art of Living / Philip Goldberg: Franny and Zooey / Bernie Siegel, M.D.: The Human Comedy /

Dave Barry: Inside Benchley / Sue Ellen Cooper: Space Trilogy ; Great Divorce / EllynAnne Geisel: Gone with the Wind / Earl Hamner: A History of Beekeeping, the King James version of the Bible, & The Time of Man / Nancy Pearl: Space Cadet / Wally Amos: Love is Letting Go of Fear / Jack Canfield: Life After Life / Jim McCann: Scripts People Live / Larry Jones: Hudson Taylor's Spiritual Secret -- Debbie Macomber: various versions of The Bible -- Arielle Ford: Key to Yourself / Michael Toms: The Creative Process / Bob Young: Don Quixote -- Craig Newmark (of CraigsList): The Cluetrain Manifesto -- Kate Ludeman: Learning to Love Yourself / Amilya Antonetti: The Alchemist / Jim Guy: The Teachings of Buddha -- Gary Heavin: The Secret Kingdom / Stephen Covey: Man's Search for Meaning / Maynard Webb: The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People / Marc Bekoff: Mutual Aid / Max Edelman: Mein Makpf / Diane Wilson: The Hero with a Thousand Faces / Gary Erickson: The Legacy of Luna: The Story of a Tree, a Woman and the Struggle to Save the Redwoods / Mo Siegel: The Urantia Book (dinosaurs and Jesus all in one text, 2000+ pages) -- Doris Haddock Lois Capps: The End of Poverty: Economic Possibilities for Our Time /

Betty Smith & Little Women / Louisa May Alcott -- Hermann Hesse & Autobiography of a Yogi / Paramahansa Yogananda -- Bryce Courtenay -- Richard Tarnas -- Jacques Cousteau -- Stephen Covey -- Mark Twain & To Kill a Mockingbird / Harper Lee -- Manuel Smith -- Eckhart Tolle -- Epictetus -- John F. Kennedy -- Bill Veeck -- David Schwartz -- Maxwell Maltz -- Jack Canfield -- Deepak Chopra -- Florence Scovel Shinn -- Wallace Wattles -- Neville Goddard -- Dan Kennedy & Vagabonding: An Uncommon Guide to the Art of Long-Term World Travel / Rolf Potts -- Flower Newhouse -- Viktor Frankl -- Maharishi -- J. D. Salinger -- William Saroyan --

Robert Benchley -- C. S. Lewis -- Margaret Mitchell -- Elizabeth Madox Roberts -- Robert Heinlein -- Gerald Jampolsky -- Raymond Moody, M.D. -- Claude Steiner (about Transactional Analysis, or how individuals interact) -- Dr. Venice Bloodworth -- Brewster Ghiselin, ed. & Pleasures of Philosophy / Will Durant & Life of Johnson / James Boswell & A Guide to Rational Living / Albert Ellis -- Gay Hendricks -- Paulo Coelho -- Pat Robertson -- Viktor Frankl & A Guide for the Perplexed / E. F. Schumacher -- Stephen Covey -- Petr Kropotkin & On Aggression / Konrad Lorenz -- Adolf Hitler -- Joseph Campbell -- Julia Hill -- (Granny D): Peace Pilgrim: Her Life and Work in Her Own Words -- Jeffrey Sachs

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Additional Credits:
Canfield, Jack, 1944-
Hendricks, Gay.
Kline, Carol, 1957-

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