Almost 12,000 value changes are recorded in Volume 1, with more than 2,600 of these changes seen in the United States and United Nations listings. In the U.S. Postage section, there are scattered changes, both up and down. There were 1,200 changes for the U.N listings, with a significant number of increases concentrated among modern issues. Other countries with significant value activity include the Bahamas, Benin and Bermuda. There are also several notable new listings incorporated in the U.S. listings, including a die-cutting-omitted error of the 23 Wilma Rudolph booklet pane of 10, Scott 3436c, and imperforate pair listings for the 1940 Stock Transfer stamps, Scott RD67a-RD85a.
In an entertaining and relatable style, 17 year old Evin Joseph and world renowned business guru Raymond Aaron provide a step-by-step guide to helping teens improve their self-image, relationships, life long skills, as well as ways to alter their mindset and achieve their goals to have success in their own lives. This book is jam packed with proven strategies, ingenious ideas, and incredible real life stories from teenagers and some of the most brilliant minds of today. A must have book for teens, as well as for those parents, grandparents, teachers and others who impact teens, Tipping the Scales is sure to meet and exceed expectations while showing teens how they can reach for the stars and work to achieve their dreams. I published this book with the help of Raymond Aaron (a world renowned motivational speaker) and his publishing agency, the Canadian Psychology Foundation, and leaders in the guidance and business fields. This has been a 6 month process and I launched the book at an official book launch on April 11th&12th where I met and spoke with Mr Jack Canfield, the creator of the Chicken Soup for the Soul Series which has sold over 500 million copies worldwide. He called my book "an important one, and a much needed step by step guide for the self help industry catering towards teenagers". The inspiration came from helping a close friend of mine deal with family troubles, as well as from my desire to give back and help more kids in the community (especially those who are less fortunate) not only to get into college, but to get into very good ones. The high school dropout rate is 7.8% in Canada, and its my hopes to decrease that number through spreading the word about my book and getting as many copies out there as I can. This is a NON PROFIT initiative and all profits will be going to wards funding youth empowerment activities in the local Toronto area.
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