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Hiding in the bathroom : an introvert's roadmap to getting out there (when you'd rather stay home)

https://audiobooks.interlinklibraries.ca/permalink/audiobook31758
by Aarons-Mele, Morra. Narrated by Coleen Marlo. 2017. Adult Non-Fiction. MP3. 8:15 hours. 650.1 Aar.
Title
Hiding in the bathroom : an introvert's roadmap to getting out there (when you'd rather stay home)
Author
Aarons-Mele, Morra
Narrator
Coleen Marlo
Media
MP3
Cassettes / Disks
1
Time
8:15 hours
Publication Date
2017
Genre
Adult Non-Fiction
Subject
Interpersonal communication.
Introversion.
Introverts--Vocational guidance.
Abstract
Filled with advice, exercises to help listeners evaluate their own work-life fit and manage anxiety, valuable tools, and stories of countless successful people, this book empowers professionals of all ages and levels to take control and build their own versions of success. Thoughtful and practical, it is a handbook for building a fantastic, prosperous career and a balanced, happy life, on your own terms.
Call No.
650.1 Aar
ISBN
9781538454619
Accession No.
20171265
Member Library Holdings
SPL c.2 12/17
VPL c.1 12/17
Publisher
New York, NY : Harper Audio, 2017
Producer
Blackstone
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We ain't got no drink, Pa : a little girl's struggle to survive in the slums of 1920-30s East London

https://audiobooks.interlinklibraries.ca/permalink/audiobook28687
by Kemp, Cathryn; Kemp, Hilda. Narrated by Annie Aldington. 2016. Adult Non-Fiction. MP3. 9:00 hours. 362.50 Kem.
Title
We ain't got no drink, Pa : a little girl's struggle to survive in the slums of 1920-30s East London
Author
Kemp, Cathryn
Kemp, Hilda
Narrator
Annie Aldington
Media
MP3
Cassettes / Disks
1
Time
9:00 hours
Publication Date
2016
Genre
Adult Non-Fiction
Subject
Abused children--England--London.
London (England)--Social conditions--Biography.
Poor--England--London--Biography.
Abstract
Growing up in the slums of Bermondsey, Hilda Kemp's childhood was one of chaos and fear. Hilda knew what it was to grow up in desperate poverty and what it was to feel hunger. A casual dockworker by day, a bare-knuckle fighter by night and a lousy drunk to boot, her Pa honed his fists down the Old Kent Road, and it was Hilda or her Ma who bore the brunt of them at home. This is the powerful and moving memoir of Hilda's childhood growing up in dark, filthy, crime-ridden Bermondsey. And out of this bleak landscape emerges a brave, resilient young girl whose life is a testament to the power of love and good humour.
Call No.
362.50 Kem
ISBN
9781407961156
Accession No.
2016307
Member Library Holdings
BPL c.2 05/16
NVC c.3 05/16
SPL c.1 05/16
Publisher
Oxford : Isis, 2016
Producer
Ulverscroft
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