Step by step, into tomorrow, prudent or two left feet on dance floor?
Cosmos is grand, comprehensive reading is twin to broad vision,
Yesterday is Tomorrow's advisor?
Thus comes World Culture Pictorial(R) Reading and Reflection -
from poetry to policy, from history to technology to characters, legends...
Cutting humour, rich content, exquisite art, top quality press -
When it comes to reading, the leisure and pleasure of holding a book in hand is hardly replaced by electronics, though computers and software advance by generations.
Online-and-offline learning joins in a fine-art quality book,
Six Steps Wiser.
Each, of more than 100 selected entries, is a glimpse through an invisible window,
leading to an amazing story, character, or technology's surprising advancement.
Each entry offers a link for online exploration -
from first underwater Cabinet meeting, to first Cabinet meeting at Mt. Everest,
from first of its kind solar plane, to first shot of WWii,
to first steel suspension bridge...
An unique feature of WcP Reading & Reflection (192-page Volume 1, 196-page Volume 2, 170-page Volume 3, 190-page Volume 4, 258-page Volume 5, 274-page Volume 6) is to bring classic poems into technology-driven life.
Enjoy reading about phenomena beyond the horizon?
This uncommon WcP collection is for you!
Artistic and creative, inspirational and appealing, uplifting and healing in tough times.
Reader comments (from the book website):
"Great books... I am waiting for release of these books because have heard more about it."
"Great book, thanks for sharing with us."
"Very interesting experience with this book, very effective and useful, thanks."
"This helps me to know many cultures in the world, an online magazine attracts a lot of readers."
"The books look amazing."
"World needs more ease... The reality is the world needs more of high rise trees than high rise buildings, more skill than more education and more freedom than more trained populations."
"Absolutely correct. I also think that today in this modern and progressive world our classic poem has somehow gotten lost in it, also that it's a great idea bringing our classic poem to this 'technology driven life' so that it would never be lost and remain a national treasure."