Author: Jojo Moyes, Genre: Fiction, Total Page: 384, Publisher: Penguin, ISBN: 9780698152007

One single mom. One chaotic family. One quirky stranger. One irresistible love story from the New York Times bestselling author of The Giver of Stars Suppose your life sucks. A lot. Your husband has done a vanishing act, your teenage stepson is being bullied, and your math whiz daughter has a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity that you can’t afford to pay for. That’s Jess’s life in a nutshell—until an unexpected knight in shining armor offers to rescue them. Only Jess’s knight turns out to be Geeky Ed, the obnoxious tech millionaire whose vacation home she happens to clean. But Ed has big problems of his own, and driving the dysfunctional family to the Math Olympiad feels like his first unselfish act in ages . . . maybe ever. One Plus One is Jojo Moyes at her astounding best. You’ll laugh, you’ll weep, and when you flip the last page, you’ll want to start all over again.

Author: Jojo Moyes, Genre: Chick lit, Total Page: 550, Publisher: Alfred Music Publishing, ISBN:

With two jobs and two children, Jess Thomas does her best day after day. But it's hard on your own. Jess's gifted, quirky daughter Tanzie is brilliant with numbers, but without a helping hand she'll never get the chance to shine. And Nicky, Jess's teenage stepson, can't fight the bullies alone. Into their lives comes Ed Nicholls, a man whose life is in chaos, and who is running from a deeply uncertain future. But he has time on his hands. He knows what it's like to be lonely. And he wants to help...

Author: Daniel R. McMullan, Genre: Philosophy, Total Page: 354, Publisher: Dorrance Publishing, ISBN: 9781648043185

What If One Plus One Is Not Two? Daniel McMullan What If One Plus One Is Not Two? shares an internal dialogue dissecting some of life’s most perplexing questions. Fascinated by chemistry in school, nineteen year-old McMullan pondered over different theories of nature while writing in his notebooks. This led him to epiphanies that completely changed his understanding of the world. For over a decade he organized and elaborated on those writings to form this book. Although we desire a rational understanding of life, McMullan suggests that an honest analysis of any conclusion reveals unreliable assumptions at the foundation. Come along for the ride as he explores the philosophical implications of this paradigm-shifting perspective.

Author: Dave Trott, Genre: Business & Economics, Total Page: 256, Publisher: Pan Macmillan, ISBN: 9781447283867

How do you make something out of nothing? Up your game with this masterclass in creative thinking. Combining Dave Trott's distinctive, almost Zen-like storytelling, humour and practical advice, One Plus One Equals Three is a collection of provocative anecdotes and thought experiments designed to light a fire under your own creative ambitions. From the First World War sailor who survived being sunk three times in one day to the one-time 'merchant of death' who made his name a byword for peace, and the gypsy who lost two fingers and then reinvented jazz. From boardroom to battlefield, these stories of unconventional wisdom from one of the world's true advertising greats are a rallying cry for anyone who wants to think differently, stand out and truly innovate.

Author: Tati Oliva, Genre: Biography & Autobiography, Total Page: 162, Publisher: Cross Networking, ISBN: 9786500172133

In the market for over 10 years, Cross Networking is the first Brazilian agency specialized in strategic partnerships. The idea came from the experience of businesswoman Tatianna Oliva, who saw the opportunity to connect brands to create unique and meaningful projects that make a difference for the business. In the book, the author's first, Tati discusses her trajectory, which paved the way for her career as an entrepreneur, her philosophy and some of the cases that prove that partnerships are the future of business in the era of shared economy.

Author: John Archibald, Genre: Science, Total Page: 288, Publisher: OUP Oxford, ISBN: 9780191636271

We are in the midst of a revolution. It is a scientific revolution built upon the tools of molecular biology, with which we probe and prod the living world in ways unimaginable a few decades ago. Need to track a bacterium at the root of a hospital outbreak? No problem: the offending germ's complete genetic profile can be obtained in 24 hours. We insert human DNA into E. coli bacteria to produce our insulin. It is natural to look at biotechnology in the 21st century with a mix of wonder and fear. But biotechnology is not as 'unnatural' as one might think. All living organisms use the same molecular processes to replicate their genetic material and the same basic code to 'read' their genes. The similarities can be seen in their DNA. Here, John Archibald shows how evolution has been 'plugging-and-playing' with the subcellular components of life from the very beginning and continues to do so today. For evidence, we need look no further than the inner workings of our own cells. Molecular biology has allowed us to gaze back more than three billion years, revealing the microbial mergers and acquisitions that underpin the development of complex life. One Plus One Equals One tells the story of how we have come to this realization and its implications.

Author: Mount Taylor Moffett, Genre: Self-Help, Total Page: 60, Publisher: Lulu.com, ISBN: 9780557325481

How much do thoughts and feeling influence your life? This thought-provoking, fanciful, but not altogether improbable story begins with the meeting of three souls - men recently departed from the bonds of earth, who find themselves on a pathway near the gate to heaven. Their efforts to adapt to their new surroundings are complex, but uplifting. And it's likely to influence each reader in a positive way, by demonstrating that one's very thoughts and feelings truly do influence one's present life and life after death. This story may move you to alter your thinking, resulting in a positive, happy life.

Author: John Archibald, Genre: Science, Total Page: 205, Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA, ISBN: 9780199660599

We are in the midst of a revolution. It is a scientific revolution built upon the tools of molecular biology, with which we probe and prod the living world in ways unimaginable a few decades ago. Need to track a bacterium at the root of a hospital outbreak? No problem: the offending germ's complete genetic profile can be obtained in 24 hours. We insert human DNA into E. coli bacteria to produce our insulin. It is natural to look at biotechnology in the 21st century with a mix of wonder and fear. But biotechnology is not as 'unnatural' as one might think. All living organisms use the same molecular processes to replicate their genetic material and the same basic code to 'read' their genes. The similarities can be seen in their DNA. Here, John Archibald shows how evolution has been 'plugging-and-playing' with the subcellular components of life from the very beginning and continues to do so today. For evidence, we need look no further than the inner workings of our own cells. Molecular biology has allowed us to gaze back more than three billion years, revealing the microbial mergers and acquisitions that underpin the development of complex life. One Plus One Equals One tells the story of how we have come to this realization and its implications.

Author: John Kamau Ngatia, Genre: Self-Help, Total Page: 212, Publisher: , ISBN: 1922337838

Author: Alfred North Whitehead, Genre: Mathematics, Total Page: 1907, Publisher: Cambridge University Press, ISBN: 052106791X

Principia Mathematica was first published in 1910-13; this is the ninth impression of the second edition of 1925-7. The Principia has long been recognised as one of the intellectual landmarks of the century. It was the first book to show clearly the close relationship between mathematics and formal logic. Starting from a minimal number of axioms, Whitehead and Russell display the structure of both kinds of thought. No other book has had such an influence on the subsequent history of mathematical philosophy.