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Jana Hestevold Hestevold de Bhandi, Madhya Pradesh, India de Bhandi, Madhya Pradesh, India

Lecteur Jana Hestevold Hestevold de Bhandi, Madhya Pradesh, India

Jana Hestevold Hestevold de Bhandi, Madhya Pradesh, India

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Relisez ceci à haute voix avec mes enfants à ma demande de 8 ans. Tellement amusant de voir leur plaisir de le lire pour la première fois. Ces livres sont tout simplement classiques. Mars 2015 Première lecture décembre 2005

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Bonne lecture du point de vue d'un adolescent tué par un meurtrier. La prémisse très différente de ce livre le rend intéressant. Bien qu'il puisse être morbide, il ne semble pas morbide en le lisant (au moins, je ne l'ai pas trouvé morbide). Certains amis ont dit qu'ils ne pouvaient pas le lire à cause du sujet. Cependant, j'ai apprécié la lecture car c'était une façon très différente de regarder un sujet horrible.

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This was an awesome book. Good for a beginner wanting to learn about the basic processes of animation. Probably also good for non-beginners too.

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I had to read this book for my MBA program which was actually pretty enjoyable. Naturally, there is a huge controversy about foreign aid that is needed to support 30,000 children who die every day from the diseases and malnutrition that go along with extreme poverty. The intervention of Jeff Sachs is to double the aid by 2010 that never reaches the poor. Countries such as Africa where lose government favors the rich and those in dictatorship, aid will never be used to solve these countries basic economic needs.I believe that aid is to help, not maintain conditions. It’s not to cure an overall standard of living within a country, but assist in lives of individuals until the government itself can develop solid economic rules. Indeed, aid should be used to restore the economic downturn of these countries where the basic supply and demand for goods and services (ex. food, medicine, and health care) are completely absent. But wealthy nations are responsible to assure that the aid provided is not traveling into the hands of those in dictatorship, but into the hands of those who are in need. Regardless, Sachs has great vision to make a difference, but there should be accountability in place for how the aid is being used, and by whom. I strongly recommend the book because gives a wider perspective on issues that goes around the world.