Wednesday, March 14, 2007

The CARL's 15 Most Popular NetLibrary Ebooks

NetLibrary offers the most comprehensive collection of eBooks and eContent available online. You can access a wide range of research, reference and reading materials from any location. Here are the 15 most popular ebook titles over the last 24 months. First time using NetLibrary? You can view an Online Demo here.
  1. 100 Decisive Battles : From Ancient Times to the Present by Davis, Paul K
  2. 50 Weapons That Changed Warfare by Weir, William
  3. Rethinking the Nature of War by Duyvesteyn, Isabelle
  4. The Real Warren Buffett : Managing Capital, Leading People by O'Loughlin, James
  5. Understanding Arabs : A Guide for Westerners by Nydell, Margaret K.
  6. The Future of Leadership Development by Murphy, Susan E
  7. Cultural Intelligence : A Guide to Working With People From Other Cultures by Peterson, Brooks
  8. No Excuse Leadership : Lessons From the U.S. Army's Elite Rangers by Barber, Brace E.
  9. America As a Military Power : From the American Revolution to the Civil War byBlack, Jeremy
  10. Countries and Their Cultures by Ember, Melvin
  11. Lee & Grant : Profiles in Leadership From the Battlefields of Virginia by Bowery, Charles
  12. The Complete Idiot's Guide to Understanding Islam by Emerick, Yahiya
  13. This Man's Army : A Soldier's Story From the Front Lines of the War On Terrorism by Exum, Andrew
  14. World War II : A Student Encyclopedia by Tucker, Spencer
  15. Chain of Command : The Road From 9/11 to Abu Ghraib by Hersh, Seymour M.

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