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How to Read a Person Like a Book

Written by Gerard I. NierenbergAuthor Alerts:  Random House will alert you to new works by Gerard I. Nierenberg and Henry H. CaleroAuthor Alerts:  Random House will alert you to new works by Henry H. Calero
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On Sale: November 04, 2008
ISBN: 978-0-7393-8396-4
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How to Read a Person Like a Book teaches listeners how to understand the strangers, friends, work colleagues around them by reading their body language.
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JANE WERNER was one of the original editors of Little Golden Books. NIKKI SHANNON SMITH is an elementary school principal in California. CLEMENT C. MOORE wrote “The Night Before Christmas” for his children in 1822. SHEILAH BECKETT had a 60-year career with Golden Books, and illustrated The Nutcracker at age 99. J. P. MILLER illustrated many popular Little Golden Books from the 1940s through the 1970s, some by such notable writers as Margaret Wise Brown.

  • How to Read a Person Like a Book by Gerard Nierenberg and Henry Calero
  • November 04, 2008
  • Business & Economics
  • Random House Audio
  • $9.00
  • 9780739383964

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