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Art of institutional leadership: Unle...

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Art of institutional leadership: Unleashing the potential of emotional intelligence by Laban P. Ayiro

A journey To Behold by Alexiah Mami M...

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The book is about the magical memories of growing up in the 1970's, 80's and 90's. The fun, joy, fears and uncertainties we had as children growing up in the dotting hills of Taita Taveta, Kenya. ' It's about the way a generation grew up compared to the current generation which is full of explosion in Technology (The Dot com). It brings about fond memories like the rains, birth, naming, childhood games, schooling, seasons, weddings, sickness and death and how we overcame such. It's all about the sweet old memories. It's a must read for adventure lovers, for the generation that was so as to reminence the golden memories, for children so that they are able to see the values we lived, for students pursuing Literature, history and culture( has history and culture of the Taita)all packaged in one.

Makers of Kenya History Masinde Mulir...

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Makers of Kenya History Masinde Muliro by Simiyu Wandiba

Love Unlimited: Set Free by a Greater...

What’s it like to be in bondage to an addiction you cannot control? Is there a way out? Love Unlimited will give you the answer one woman found in her quest to be free! In 2005, Ruth Njagi wrote out a goal that she was going to be an author and a speaker. In her earlier years, she had the intention of writing romantic books, from which she once received tremendous enjoyment. After 2005, however, Ruth’s worldview and writing goal changed, but her desire to write and speak remained the same. Today, communicating the pain and struggle of her journey has become her mission. In her first book, Love Unlimited, Ruth shares deep secrets she never thought she would share with anyone, especially through a book.


Tuesday, 4th September, 2012 06.00 Hrs “...Karibuni kwenye uwanja wa ndege wa kimataifa wa Jomo Kenyatta, mabibi na mabwana.Hapa ndipo tumetamatisha safari yetu kutoka Uholanzi...” (Welcome to Jomo Kenyata International Airport, ladies and gentlemen. This is where we end our flight from Schipol Airport, Amsterdam......) This was part of a P.A announcement that I made on the early morning of 4th September 2012 on arrival at JKIA from Schipol, Amsterdam. Little did I know that it would also mark the end of a seven year journey with my employer; The Pride of Africa.

Belonging – A Tale of an Orphaned Gir...

The book ‘Belonging – A tale of an orphaned girl’ is a story of Hope to all orphans and people who have almost given up and almost lost all hope. Even when all seems lost, our ‘Belonging’ can still be traced in God alone! People may fail you, but God never fails, He is our present help in time of need. This book also was written with the intent that whatever money comes out of it, will take care of orphans out there, my dream is to have a belong home for orphans out there. I currently have two orphans I take care of, and hopefully get more with time as led by God. Today, I am a testimony of belonging! I am a graduate of social work and social administration, and I hold master’s degrees in both Public Administration and Management, and Human Resources. I have worked in some of the top companies in Uganda, amongst them; Nile Breweries, Uganda Registration Services Bureau and now with The Infectious Diseases Institute. My question, would someone say that I have not belonged yet? I give all the glory and honour to my Father in heaven who has been and is still with me from the day of inception.


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We all undergo challenges that require grit to surmount. These challenges shape our world view and are necessary to put a check on our excesses. Though painful, they mould us into dependable, better and more useful world citizens. Coiled with rich stories that defined George’s life, this book hilariously explores the evolution of his belief systems on his journey to become the man he is today. The invitation is simple., Embark on an exhilarating adventure of Days before Dawn.

Worth: An Inspiring True Story of Aba...

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A powerful memoir of overcoming adversity that will inspire you to find strength from within and shape your own destiny. Bharti Dhir faced many challenges in her childhood that could have broken her. As a baby, she was abandoned at a roadside in the Ugandan heat, and miraculously found by a passerby. By divine guidance, Bharti's adoptive mother was led to her hospital cot and welcomed Bharti into their Punjabi-Sikh family. Despite experiencing sexism and racism as an Asian-African girl, and developing an incurable skin condition, Bharti found hope through the fear and prejudice. Then, in 1972 when Idi Amin expelled Asians from Uganda, Bharti's family were forced to flee to the UK. She remembers the horrific moment when her adoptive mother was ordered, at gunpoint, to abandon Bharti because of the color of her skin. With incredible courage, she refused, risking their lives to protect Bharti as her own. Throughout her struggles, Bharti retained faith in a divine power within all of us that gives us strength, protects us and loves us unconditionally. Years later, now a social worker specializing in child protection, Bharti lives in the UK with an adopted daughter of her own and has found her true purpose and sense of self-worth.

Kenyas Tax Czar: The autobiography of...

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Kenyas Tax Czar: The autobiography of MG Waweru.

Will by Will Smith and Mark Manson

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One of the most dynamic and globally recognized entertainment forces of our time opens up fully about his life, in a brave and inspiring book that traces his learning curve to a place where outer success, inner happiness, and human connection are aligned. Along the way, Will tells the story in full of one of the most amazing rides through the worlds of music and film that anyone has ever had.
Will Smith’s transformation from a fearful child in a tense West Philadelphia home to one of the biggest rap stars of his era and then one of the biggest movie stars in Hollywood history, with a string of box office successes that will likely never be broken, is an epic tale of inner transformation and outer triumph, and Will tells it astonishingly well. But it's only half the story. Will Smith thought, with good reason, that he had won at life: not only was his own success unparalleled, his whole family was at the pinnacle of the entertainment world. Only they didn't see it that way: they felt more like star performers in his circus, a seven-days-a-week job they hadn't signed up for. It turned out Will Smith's education wasn't nearly over. This memoir is the product of a profound journey of self-knowledge, a reckoning with all that your will can get you and all that it can leave behind. Written with the help of Mark Manson, author of the multi-million-copy bestseller The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck, Will is the story of how one person mastered his own emotions, written in a way that can help everyone else do the same. Few of us will know the pressure of performing on the world's biggest stages for the highest of stakes, but we can all understand that the fuel that works for one stage of our journey might have to be changed if we want to make it all the way home. The combination of genuine wisdom of universal value and a life story that is preposterously entertaining, even astonishing, puts Will the book, like its author, in a category by itself.

Oburu Oginga: In the Shadow of my Fat...

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Oburu Oginga: In the Shadow of my Father by Oburu Oginga

Passing the Baton By Arrow Solomon Oburu

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Passing the Baton By Arrow Solomon Oburu

Homecoming: Through the eyes of three...

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Homecoming: Through the eyes of three generations by Daniel Gachukia

Makers of Kenya’s History: JM K...

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This book is part of the Maker's of Kenya's History series of books. This particular volume focuses on the life of one of independent Kenya's most flamboyant politicians; Josiah Mwangi Kariuki, popularly known as JM. 'It is a life full of nationalist agitation, fight for the rights of the poor and landless, and determination to fight neo-colonialism. JM was modest and philanthropic up to the time he was assassinated in March 1975.

Tom Mboya: Life, death and the disint...

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Tom Mboya: Life, death and the disintegration of Nascent enterprise 'Project Kenya' by Bethwell A. Ogot

The House of Rothschild: The worlds B...

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A second volume in the acclaimed history of the legendary banking dynasty chronicles the changing fortunes of the financial family during a turbulent era in world history, from their dramatic influence in nineteenth-century Europe to their gradual decline because of the failure to establish a sixth house in the world financial center of New York. 22,500 first printing.

Unveiling the Bald: My Alopecia Story...

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Alopecia/hairloss can happen to anyone. This is my personal walk in a book. My story with an autoimmune condition that is so daunting and full of challenges.

You Got Anything Stronger by Gabriell...

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Remember when we hit it off so well that we decided We’re Going to Need More Wine? Well, this time you and I are going to turn to our friend the bartender and ask, You Got Anything Stronger? I promise to continue to make you laugh, but with this round, the stakes get higher as the conversation goes deeper. So. Where were we? Right, you and I left off in October 2017, when my first book came out. The weeks before were filled with dreams of loss. Pets dying. My husband leaving me. Babies not being born. My therapist told me it was my soul preparing for my true self to emerge after letting go of my grief. I had finally spoken openly about my fertility journey. I was having second thoughts—in fact, so many thoughts they were organizing to go on strike. But I knew I had to be honest because I didn’t want other women going through IVF to feel as alone as I did. I had suffered in isolation, having so many miscarriages that I could not give an exact number. Strangers shared their own journeys and heartbreak with me. I had led with the truth, and it opened the door to compassion. When I released We’re Going to Need More Wine, the response was so great people asked when I would do a sequel. The New York Times even ran a headline reading “We’re Going to Need More Gabrielle Union.” Frankly, after being so open and honest in my writing, I wasn’t sure there was more of me I was ready to share. But life happens with all its plot twists. And new stories demand to be told. This time, I need to be more vulnerable—not so much for me, but anyone who feels alone in what they’re going through. A lot has changed in four years—I became a mom and I’m raising two amazing girls. My husband retired. My career has expanded so that I have the opportunity to lift up other voices that need to be heard. But the world has also shown us that we have a lot we still have to fight for—as women, as black women, as mothers, as aging women, as human beings, as friends. In You Got Anything Stronger?, I show you how this ever-changing life presents challenges, even as it gives me moments of pure joy. I take you on a girl’s night at Chateau Marmont, and I also talk to Isis, my character from Bring It On. For the first time, I truly open up about my surrogacy journey and the birth of Kaavia James Union Wade. And I take on racist institutions and practices in the entertainment industry, asking for equality and real accountability. You Got Anything Stronger? is me at my most vulnerable. I have recently found true strength in that vulnerability, and I want to share that power with you here, through this book.

Muthamaki Waiyaki Wa Hinga: The Untol...

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Muthamaki Waiyaki Wa Hinga : the Untold Story by Njoroge Regeru

My Brief History by Stephen Hawking

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Stephen Hawking has dazzled readers worldwide with a string of bestsellers exploring the mysteries of the universe. Now, for the first time, perhaps the most brilliant cosmologist of our age turns his gaze inward for a revealing look at his own life and intellectual evolution. My Brief History recounts Stephen Hawking’s improbable journey, from his postwar London boyhood to his years of international acclaim and celebrity. Lavishly illustrated with rarely seen photographs, this concise, witty, and candid account introduces readers to a Hawking rarely glimpsed in previous books: the inquisitive schoolboy whose classmates nicknamed him Einstein; the jokester who once placed a bet with a colleague over the existence of a particular black hole; and the young husband and father struggling to gain a foothold in the world of physics and cosmology. Writing with characteristic humility and humor, Hawking opens up about the challenges that confronted him following his diagnosis of ALS at age twenty-one. Tracing his development as a thinker, he explains how the prospect of an early death urged him onward through numerous intellectual breakthroughs, and talks about the genesis of his masterpiece A Brief History of Time—one of the iconic books of the twentieth century. Clear-eyed, intimate, and wise, My Brief History opens a window for the rest of us into Hawking’s personal cosmos.