Bloomington, IN, February 04, 2010 --(PR.com
, the leading book marketing, editorial services, and supported self-publishing
company, has announced its top ten best-selling books for December 2009, according to point-of-sale data from major U.S. booksellers
1. Seeing the Need and Choosing to Lead, by Marcal Graham; (Education). This leadership workbook inspires students to be leaders by providing a blueprint on how to embrace leadership, both in the classroom and the community.
2. The Teen’s Guide to Personal Finance, by Joshua Holmberg; (Economics). Holmberg teaches young adults important lessons in personal finance that they likely aren't learning at home or in school. Armed with this information, they will be better prepared to achieve their financial goals while avoiding common pitfalls.
3. Out of Many Waters, by Jacqueline Dembar Greene; (Young Adult). Twelve-year-old Isobel BenLazar is sent to work as a slave in a remote Brazilian monastery. In 1654, Isobel escapes and stows away on a ship bound for Amsterdam, searching for her family. But harrowing adventures lead her to the first group of Jews to settle in America.
4. Research Strategies, by William Badke; (Business). With his concise, empathetic, witty manner, Badke shows you that research does not need to be painful. You'll learn the skills that are essential to the success of any research project so that you can take control of the research process and make it work for you.
5. Michael Jackson Conspiracy, by Aphrodite Jones; (Biography). Aphrodite Jones condemns the media for perpetuating hateful rumors and innuendos about superstar Michael Jackson. She convincingly argues that the case against Jackson amounted to nothing more than a media-made, tax-paid scandal.
6. Love at First Bite: The Unofficial Twilight Cookbook, Gina Meyers; (Cookbook). This unofficial Twilight cookbook is meant to offer a satisfying array of warm, lovely dishes that anyone of any age can cook with ease and enjoyment. It is brimming with mouth-watering recipes, so brace yourself and bring your very best table manners and appetite.
7. The Christ Is Not a Person, by J.C. Tefft; (Spiritual). Tefft comprehensively sets forth a unique meaning of ancient scripture. The book is a must-read for anyone looking to discover the deeper meaning of ancient scripture beyond a literal interpretation of the words.
8. Outside the Box, by Dan Allosso; (Young Adult). Teenager Reid Anderson knows there's something wrong with society, otherwise he wouldn't feel so alienated. Set against a background of video games, teen mental illness, and anti-consumer counterculture, and told through the eyes of Reid and his friends, Outside the Box challenges the safe, orthodox picture of the world championed in many popular teen novels.
9. What Did the Doctor Just Say? by Lynn R. Parker; (Health). What Did the Doctor Just Say? will help you avoid falling victim to medical error by teaching you how to understand what the doctor says and how to ensure he understands you too. Once you and the doctor are “speaking the same language,” you will be able to ask questions and gather the information needed to make safe healthcare decisions.
10. Make the Noise Go Away, by Larry G. Linne with Ken Koller; (Business). Owning a business is a dream come true. However, a business can become so “noisy” with all of its issues that the business can actually end up owning you. In Make the Noise Go Away, author Larry G. Linne discusses valuable principles that can help business owners reclaim their freedom.
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