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Persian Religious Books

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  • Setar Va Naghmeh Haye Ashna Book by Jalal Zolfonun

    Setar Va Naghmeh Haye Ashna Book by Jalal Zolfonun

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    By this book you can learn how to play Setaar by Master Jalal Zolfonun. This book has one CD dist for you to learn more easily.

  • The Book of Proper Names Book by Amélie Nothomb

    The Book of Proper Names Book by Amélie Nothomb

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    To have an extraordinary life, Lucette believes, one must have an extraordinary name. Horrified by the pedestrian names her husband chooses for their unborn child (Tanguy if it’s a boy, Joelle if it’s a girl), Lucette does the only honorable thing to save her baby from such an unexceptional destiny – she kills her spouse.

  • Neither Eve Nor Adam by Amélie Nothomb

    Neither Eve Nor Adam by Amélie Nothomb

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    Amélie is a young language teacher living in Tokyo. When she succumbs to the attentions of a student–the shy, wealthy, and oh-so-Japanese Rinri–the lovers find themselves swept along by an affair that is as unusual as it is tender.

  • The Crime of Count Neville by Amélie Nothomb

    The Crime of Count Neville by Amélie Nothomb

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    This is her twenty-fourth book in twenty-four years. It is set in the Belgian Ardennes and tells the story of the aristocratic Nevilles. (Nothomb herself is descended from Belgian aristocrats.) One night, Sérieuse is out wandering in the forest after midnight when she is spotted and taken in by the local clairvoyant. When Henri picks her up, the clairvoyant forecasts that he will hold a sumptuous party (which he knows, as he does so every year) and at this party, he will kill someone.

  • Kent Vertime

    Bluebeard Book by Amélie Nothomb (Farsi Edition)

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    Amélie Nothomb’s version is a fine and dazzlingly exciting contribution to the legend. This short and fast-paced novel casts the protagonists in a contemporary Parisian setting. Saturnine, the heroine, takes the RER local train to get to Bluebeard’s mansion, where a suspiciously cheap rental awaits her. Nothomb is adept at splicing the real world with the fairytale so that the reader has no difficulty suspending disbelief.

  • The New One Minute Manager Book by Ken Blanchard

    The New One Minute Manager Book by Ken Blanchard

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    A revised edition of the timeless business classic—updated to help today’s readers succeed more quickly in a rapidly changing world. For decades, The One Minute Manager® has helped millions achieve more successful professional and personal lives. While the principles it lays out are timeless, our world has changed drastically since the book’s publication. The exponential rise of technology, global flattening of markets, instant communication, and pressures on corporate workforces to do more with less—including resources, funding, and staff—have all revolutionized the world in which we live and work.

  • The One Minute Manager Book by Ken Blanchard

    Whale Done! Book by Ken Blanchard (Farsi)

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    A compendium of straightforward techniques on how to accentuate the positive and redirect the negative, increasing productivity at work and at home. What do your people at work and your spouse and kids at home have in common with a five-ton killer whale?

  • The Heretic's Daughter Book by Kathleen Kent

    The Heretic’s Daughter Book by Kathleen Kent

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    Martha Carrier was one of the first women to be accused, tried and hanged as a witch in Salem, Massachusetts. Like her mother, young Sarah Carrier is bright and willful, openly challenging the small, brutal world in which they live.

  • The Traitor's Wife Book by Kathleen Kent

    The Traitor’s Wife Book by Kathleen Kent

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    In colonial Massachusetts, servant girl Martha Allen and laborer Thomas Carrier kindle a promising courtship and must lean on each other to get through a host of dangers that lurk in the unforgiving wilderness. (Formerly titled The Wolves of Andover in hardcover). Includes reading-group guide. Reprint.

     

  • The Thorn Birds Novel by Colleen McCullough

    The Thorn Birds Novel by Colleen McCullough

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    Spanning more than five decades and three generations, Colleen McCullough’s best-selling novel, “The Thorn Birds”, pivots around the lifelong love between the ambitious Catholic priest, Father Ralph de Bricassart, and Meggie Cleary, the beautiful niece of a vast sheep station owner in the arid 1920s Australian Outback.

     

  • How Management Teams Can Have a Good Fight

    How Management Teams Can Have a Good Fight

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    Conflict in the workplace is natural—and even necessary. Colleagues who challenge one another’s thinking tend to consider a richer range of options, which ultimately leads to better business decisions. How Management Teams Can Have a Good Fight reveals the tactics managers can use to ensure that these healthy back-and-forth moments remain constructive and focused on the issues.

     

  • Why a Daughter Needs a Mom Book by Gregory E Lang

    Why a Daughter Needs a Mom Book by Gregory E Lang

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    Based on Gregory Lang’s New York Times bestselling original series! The perfect Mother’s Day gift, birthday present for moms, or Valentine’s Day book to show why Mom is so special!

     

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