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I am so excited to have this book! I have a fresh 1-year-old puppy with some identity problems and the tip from Cesar is working!We have already been working on jumping on people and I've been learning how to de-stress myself to create her feel more e book is simple to read and I can't wait to test some more hints to create my relationship with my puppy a amazing one!
My wife could not understand why the dog liked me so much more than her even though she was the one being "nice" to him all the time. I had her read the book too and she is already seeing improvements. We have a loveable trained dog now because of Cesar and his book!
As someone who has admittedly treated his dogs like children, this book has helped to understand dogs on their own terms. I have seen some beautiful impressive results already by changing my behavior towards my dogs according to the principles of this book. However, I have to downgrade my rating a small because the latest chapter borders on maudlin, and there MIllan contradicts the thrust of his entire book by viewing humans as related to dogs.
This is a excellent book for anyone who has a dog. Cesar outlines the key things that a dog owner must do to have a happy, well adjusted dog. Once you read it, you will see dog owners all around you doing the opposite of what they need to be doing. So, even if you don't have a dog, you can obtain a lot of mileage out of this book. It is amazing entertainment. It also give you a lot of insight into Cesar's private life.
Very clear, Primary bit illuminating series of biograohies of necessary Globe leaders. I bought this for my son but profitted by reading it myself. Not original scholarship but clear,well organized and thoughtful
I must admit that I have never been someone who loves history. However, this book did really hold me turning the pages. The author touched base on Muhammad and all the method back to St. Paul! The Author is very insightful and had a lot of references to back up points. This is a amazing book to learn things that others might not necessarily know.
Intersting facts but found it a bit short on depth, for us who have fun history....
It was OK as far as it went. The issue I had with it was likely my own error - I must have missed the part in the description that says it's written at an early middle school reading level. The 3-star rating I gave reflects how the book struck me personally. I would rate it higher, I suppose, for a young reader. It does a beautiful amazing job of giving the reader a primary introduction of historic figures with whom one should at least be familiar.
and succinct group of stories that most of us have at least heard about in school, but we were not challenged to think about how one man's life could so dramatically change the lives of millions of other people's of various races, cultures, religions, and methods of government. This short book tells about Jesus, Mohammed, Julios Caesar ,Octavious Julius Ceasar, Mahatma, Ghandhi, Alexander who were indeed some of the most necessary personages since recorded time began. They moved people, they stirred armies, some of them conquered worlds, and let's not forget the religious impact of Jesus Mohammed,and Gandhi. My only issue with this hook is it is written too stylistically. These men stirred the world, but I found the book provoked no debt of
This book is an extraordinary source particularly to the individuals who have fun in perusing history and needs to enhance their insight about it. The book includes data about old history including pictures and clear detail to each occasion. This is an amazing book to learn things that others may not as a matter of course know. This was an wonderful aggregation of short life stories of a percentage of the best men who changed history.
George Washington was born in 1732, not 1731 as this book indicated. Book error? The method this book is written or the method the sentences are structured makes reading this beautiful confusing as well. I wouldn't recommend this book based on those two things. Fact wise, it's not very informative. You could google any of these historical men and search more info and resources about them than this book offers. I would highly not recommend this book. Look elsewhere.