Large Print ‘Q’ Authors
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1. The Positive Organization Breaking Free from Conventional Cultures, Constraints, and Beliefs (16pt Large Print Edition) - Robert E. Quinn
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Beholden to accepted assumptions about people and organizations, too many enterprises waste human potential. Robert Quinn shows how to defy convention and create organizations where people feel fully engaged and continually rewarded, where both individually and collectively they flourish and exceed expectations. The problem is that leaders are following a negative and constraining ''mental map'' that insists organizations must be rigid top - down hierarchies and that the people in them are driven mainly by self - interest and fear. Quinn offers a more positive mental map and, using dozens of memorable stories, shows how leaders can facilitate the emergence of a more positive organizational culture by helping people gain a sense of purpose, engage in authentic conversations, see new possibilities, and sacrifice for the common good. The book includes the Positive Organization Generator, a tool that enables leaders to identify and implement the positive practices their organization most needs. At its heart, Quinn's book helps leaders transform organizations by changing themselves and those around them from being comfort - centered to being results - centered, from being self - focused to being other - focused, and from being hidebound and suspicious to being eagerly welcoming of new ideas.
2. Tasman Trespasser II (Large Print 16pt) - Shaun Quincey
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In a nail-biting, funny, poignant and inspiring modern-day adventure, Shaun Quincey shares the physical and mental challenges and utter exhilaration of pitting yourself against something way bigger and way more unforgiving than anything youll ever face in a life more ordinary.
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Anna Quindlen first visited London from a chair in her suburban Philadelphia home - - in one of her beloved childhood mystery novels. She has been back to London countless times since, through the pages of books and in person, and now, in Imagined London, she takes her own readers on a tour of this greatest of literary cities.
While New York, Paris, and Dublin are also vividly portrayed in fiction, it is London, Quindlen argues, that has always been the star, both because of the primacy of English literature and the specificity of city descriptions. She bases her view of the city on her own detailed literary map, tracking the footsteps of her favorite characters: the places where Evelyn Waugh's bright young things danced until dawn, or where Lydia Bennett eloped with the dastardly Wickham.
In ''Imagined London, '' Quindlen walks through the city, moving within blocks from the great books of the 19th century to the detective novels of the 20th to the new modernist tradition of the 21st. With wit and charm, Imagined London gives this splendid city its full due in the landscape of the literary imagination.
Praise for ''Imagined London: ''
''Shows just how much a reading experience can enrich a physical journey.'' - - ''New York Times Book Review''
''An elegant new work of nonfiction... People will be inspired by this book.'' - - Ann Curry, ''Today''
''An affectionate, richly allusive tribute to the city.'' - - ''Kirkus Reviews''
4. The Spiritual Meaning of Rosslyn's Carvings - Jackie Queally
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This unique guide to Rosslyn Chapel just south of Edinburgh in Scotland acquaints the visitor well to the deeper meanings portrayed by the intricate carvings the chapel contains. Based on several years guiding visitors round the chapel before popular interest intensified, the author was the first external guide to Rosslyn. There is explicit information on several aspects of the chapel's carvings and architectural layout, including the Reshe, which is a vast body of sacred knowledge known by ancient cultures and utilized here by an inner core of Knights Templar. The Reshel is a dynamic system still active today. The author hopes to deepen your perspective on the spiritual role of Rosslyn. The exquisite hand drawings are by a retired architect and academic, Andrew Gilmour has greatly enahnced the guide through his generous efforts.
5. Alfred the Great - Anita Quick
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Alfred the Great is a rabbit known for his generous heart. When Alfred goes to the zoo hospital to cheer up his injured cousin, Whiskers LaRue, his clowning attracts an audience of children with challenges. Alfred decides to stay with Whiskers, who soon joins him in entertaining their special visitors.
Suggested age range for readers: 2-6
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