Recommended books by Danielle Walker

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Danielle Walker (born February 1985) is an American writer, founder and editor of the gluten and grain-free food blog Against All Grain, and the best-selling cookbook of the same name.

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Product picture for Danielle Walkers Eat What You Love: Everyday Comfort Food You Crave; Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free, and Paleo Recipes by Danielle Walker
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From the New York Times best-selling author of the Against All Grain series comes 125 recipes for gluten-free, dairy-free, and paleo comfort food, from nourishing breakfasts and packable lunches to quick and easy, one-pot, and make-ahead meals to get satisfying dinners on the table fast.

Beloved food blogger and New York Times best-selling author Danielle Walker is back with 125 recipes for comforting weeknight meals. This is the food you want to eat every day, made healthful and...
Book cover from Danielle Walkers Against All Grain: Meals Made Simple: Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free, and Paleo Recipes to Make Anytime by Danielle Walker
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Beloved food blogger and New York Times bestselling author Danielle Walker is back with over 100 new Paleo recipes in her sophomore cookbook, Meals Made Simple—a collection of gluten-free, dairy-free, and Paleo-friendly recipes for easy weeknight meals.

Diagnosed with an autoimmune disease at twenty-two, Danielle Walker spent many years in and out of the hospital and on high dosages of debilitating medications before taking her health into her own hands and drastically changing her...
Book cover from Danielle Walkers Against All Grain Celebrations: A Year of Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free, and Paleo Recipes for Every Occasion by Danielle Walker
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This New York Times bestselling cookbook from Danielle Walker presents 125 recipes for grain-free, dairy-free, and gluten-free comfort food dishes for holidays and special occasions.
 
When people adopt a new diet for health or personal reasons, they worry most about the parties, holidays, and events with strong food traditions, fearing their fond memories will be lost along with the newly eliminated food groups. After suffering for years with a debilitating autoimmune disease and...
Book cover from Against All Grain: Delectable Paleo Recipes to Eat Well & Feel Great by Danielle Walker
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Having battled an autoimmune disease the modern-medicine way for many years, Danielle Walker took matters into her own hands and set out to regain her health through the medicine of food. After four years of turning her kitchen into a laboratory for revamping her culinary point of view, Danielle mastered the art of grain-free, dairy-free and gluten-free cooking--and improved her well-being, eliminating all her ailments.

A self-trained chef, Danielle is the new face of grain-free and...
Book cover from Merrells Strong Start―Grades K–2: A Social and Emotional Learning Curriculum, Second Edition by Sara A. Whitcomb Ph.D.
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Featured in our 2018 Growing Strong Calendar.

Teach social-emotional competence to children Grads K–2 with the NEW edition of the Strong Start—Grades K–2 curriculum! Part of the Strong Kids™ series, Strong Start is the fun, easy way to help children develop the social-emotional skills they need to build a strong foundation for school success. Developed by a team of educational and mental health experts, this evidence-based, age-appropriate curriculum is Low cost and low...
Book cover from My Paleo Patisserie: An Artisan Approach to Grain Free Baking by Jenni Hulet
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My Paleo Patisserie gathers all the rich heritage, exquisite elegance, and rustic beauty of traditional patisserie baking and seamlessly melds it with the gluten-free and Paleo-inspired diet.

Drawing on over two decades of experience in traditional and modern patisserie baking, Jenni Hulet brings the spirit of patisserie baking alive in this lavishly photographed collection of recipes.

Each section of My Paleo Patisserie introduces and adapts the fundamental elements and...
Book cover from Merrells Strong Start―Pre-K: A Social and Emotional Learning Curriculum, Second Edition by Sara A. Whitcomb Ph.D.
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Teach social-emotional competence to preschoolers with the NEW edition of the Strong Start—Pre–K curriculum! Part of the Strong Kids™ series, Strong Start is the fun, easy way to help young children develop the social-emotional skills they need to build a strong foundation for school success. Developed by a team of educational and mental health experts, this evidence-based, age-appropriate curriculum isLow cost and low techProven to help increase young children's knowledge of healthy...
Book cover from Doing Business Internationally, Second Edition: The Guide To Cross-Cultural Success by Danielle Walker
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"This is an important and excellent book for every negotiator." -The Negotiator Magazine

The premier guidebook for conducting cross-cultural business

Doing Business Internationally, Second Edition, is a nontechnical, accessible resource for managing today's multicultural organizations. Revised, restructured, and refocused from its classic first edition, it introduces the revolutionary Cultural Orientations Inventory (COI), a unique and valuable tool for identifying critical...
Book cover from Strong Start-PreK: A Social & Emotional Learning Curriculum (Strong Kids) by Kenneth Merrell Ph.D.
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Studies show that positive social-emotional development is a great predictor of future academic success—and the earlier children start learning critical social-emotional skills, the better. That's why preschools need Strong Start—Pre-K: a field-tested, kid-friendly curriculum that makes it easy to give young children a strong foundation of social-emotional competence. Focused on skills young children will build on and use for the rest of their lives—managing anger, being a good...
Book cover from After Montaigne: Contemporary Essayists Cover the Essays by Kenneth Merrell Ph.D.
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Writers of the modern essay can trace their chosen genre all the way back to Michel de Montaigne (1533–92). But save for the recent notable best seller How to Live: A Life of Montaigne by Sarah Bakewell, Montaigne is largely ignored. After Montaigne―a collection of twenty-four new personal essays intended as tribute―aims to correct this collective lapse of memory and introduce modern readers and writers to their stylistic forebear.
Though it’s been over four hundred years since he...