A book review does not only tell you what a book is about, but also whether it achieves what it is trying to do. Therefore, a book review is more than a summary of the content (even though this is an important component), but a critical analysis of the book and your reactions to it.
Write a well-organized essay that uses specific examples from your book of choice either Bone Woman, Bonobo Handshake, or if you choose another book from the BOOK LIST please specify.

While you are reading the book, take notes about the following issues:
–  What is the authors main goal in writing this book? (Convince you of his position on a controversy? Explain the background of an event? Raise awareness of a particular issue?)
–  What are the authors main points?
–  What kind of evidence does the author provide to make his or her points? How convincing is
this evidence?
–  Is the book well written? (Easily understandable? Good style?)
–  What group of readers would find this book most useful (Lay people? Students? Experts in
the area?)

A book review usually has the following components
Introduction (one or two paragraphs)
–  Bibliographic information (author, title, date of publication, publisher, number of pages, type of book)
–  Brief overview of the theme, purpose and your evaluation
Summary of the content (about two pages)
–  Brief summary of the key points of each chapter or group of chapters
–  Paraphrase the information, but use a short quote when appropriate
Evaluation and conclusion (about one page)
Give your opinion about the book. Is the book easy to read or confusing? Is the book interesting, entertaining, instructive? Does the author support his arguments well? What are the books greatest strengths and weaknesses? Who would you recommend the book to?

REQUIREMENTS:

After you complete your final essay, you need to CAREFULLY proofread it, or have someone else proofread it.
  Re-read your essay to look for:
Spelling
Complete sentences
Punctuation (direct quotes from the text should be in quotation marks with the page number and last name of author in parentheses afterwards). Ex: When Maggie wanted to leave the party she stated, Im not feeling well, I think we should go. (Delgadillo 63)  This illustrates Maggies …
Use the outline above to organize your thinking and your writing. 
Use a minimum of two (2) direct quotes from the book to support the main idea of each body paragraph in your essay.  Dont rely on the quotes to explain themselves.  Lead your reader into the quote, comment on the quote, and show how the quote supports your main idea.
Essay should be typed in Times New Roman 12 pt. font and double spaced.
It should be a minimum of 1200 word
Include a title page with the following information:Name, Title of Essay, Date
You do not need a work cited page if you only use sources assigned in class. If you DO use any outside source, then you MUST include a work cited page.

I uploaded the pages of the book that our teacher said its  required also the topic please take a look at it and also time on this paper is very important for me also the topic its the number 8 in a paper that I uploaded

Another important characteristic of culture is that it always involves debate. Over the last few weeks, we have been looking at relations of power on a global scale in which a free market economic system now dominates. This is supported by neoliberal philosophy that asserts that the free market provides an economic balance that benefits all participating nations. Identify and critically discuss a specific debate to neoliberalism from the lectures, readings, or media. What forms of negotiation, resistance, or escape do you see by groups featured in the media; how effective do you think these strategies are?

Another important characteristic of culture is that it always involves debate. Over the last few weeks, we have been looking at relations of power on a global scale in which a free market economic system now dominates. This is supported by neoliberal philosophy that asserts that the free market provides an economic balance that benefits all participating nations. Identify and critically discuss a specific debate to neoliberalism from the lectures, readings, or media. What forms of negotiation, resistance, or escape do you see by groups featured in the media; how effective do you think these strategies are?

this was the professor feedback

Do not include a reference list. An annotated bibliography is a reference list with notes.

Use title caps.

Only the first reference is formatted correctly. See librarian or professor of help ASAP.

Tell me specifically what the authors/scholars credentials (degree title, professional job title) and research are.

You must include the methods and connection to the course for each article. They can usually be found within the first two paragraphs of the article. Just follow what’s in the instructions on Blackboard.

It doesn’t look like you followed the instructions on Blackboard. See the instructor for help.

Your annotations do not contain all five of the bullet points specified in the instructions. Reread the instructions.

You are one of the final applicants being considered for a management position at a zero-to-three community-based program. They have asked you to come in for a final day of interviews and to present on one of the following topics of your choice: emotional development, temperament, attachment, caregivers and interaction with infants, or Piagets theory of development. You must demonstrate your expertise on the topic in an engaging way in order to have a chance to obtain this job.
Your presentation must demonstrate your knowledge and understanding on the topic, including current and/or relevant research, stages involved, and a community-based program or school that would work with an infant on the topic. As an example, would Early Head Start or another program help a child and/or parent in learning about attachment?
Specifically, the following critical elements must be addressed:
Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the selected topic.
Include current and relevant research on the selected topic.
Identify one community-based program or school that works with infant on the selected topic.
Create an engaging and professional presentation that flows in a logical sequence.

Financial Management Practices
This is the third component of your course project.
In this assignment, you will examine the financial management practices of your selected organization. This assignment builds upon your analysis of the organization’s financial statements in the Unit 5 assignment and examines the specific practices and strategies that organizations use in managing their finances.
Selected Organization: Hope Havens Children Advocacy Center https://www.hopehavencac.org/
In this assignment, analyze the following:
1.    The revenue portfolio of the organization (for example, types and amount of revenue).
2.    Strategies for performance management used by the organization.
3.    Capital budgeting and financing approaches used by the organization.
4.    Investment strategies used by the organization.
5.    Internal controls used by the organization to manage funds.
6.    Opportunities to develop and secure capital and financial resources.
7.    Investment philosophies and policies adopted in conjunction with a board of directors or organizational stakeholders.

Since the topics listed on the syllabus are big, you should narrow it down to a manageable small topic by focusing on one aspect of the topic, studying one or a couple similar cases, or in any other way to shrink it down to allow enough analysis of your own for that topic. Below is a list of possible essay questions for reference. You are of course not required to pick one from the list.
In the paper, you will need to generate a central argument, and organize your materials and analyses accordingly to prove the argument. Please avoid lengthy background and historical introduction unless they are central to your argument. Please also avoid making big empty statements without any support by evidence or listing out data without analysis.

Possible Essay Questions
1 Qing dynastic rule was ultimately rejected not because it was ineffective or because it was reactionary, but because it was not Chinese. Discuss.
2 How far do you agree with the contention that 1919 was a more significant turning point in Chinas modern history than 1911?
3 Why did the first Guomindang-CCP United Front fail?
4 To what extent can problems inherited from previous regimes be blamed for the Guomindang government’s failures during the Nanjing Decade (1928-37)?
5 Which do you think contributed more to the defeat of the Japanese in China, the Guomindang or the Chinese Communists?
6 How plausible do you find the CCP’s claim that the Hundred Flowers campaign was intended as a trap for hidden rightists in China?
7 In economic terms, the Great Leap Forward was not irrational. Discuss.
8 In your view, did Mao Zedong ever intend the Cultural Revolution to be more than just a purge of his perceived opponents in positions of authority?
9 To what extent did Deng Xiaoping intend to democratize China as part of his reform programme?
10 What factors enabled the PRC to survive 1989-91 when so few former members of the socialist bloc did?

The purpose of these assignments is to use evidence to support your argument, so give a contextualized mini-thesis statement, a quote (or two) as evidence, and explain how the evidence fits your argument. Be sure to introduce your quotes (who said it), give direct (with quotation marks) or indirect (paraphrased without quotation marks) quotations with proper Chicago Manual of Style footnotes, and discuss the quotes in your own words. Be sure to be analytical in your argument and application of evidence. You can argue against an authors viewpoint or point out discrepancies across readings.

This is practice for building your paper, paragraph by paragraph. So you just need a paragraph for this.

Below are sources(Do not use other sources)

Ruth Holliday and Joanna Elfving-Hwang, Gender, Globalization, and Aesthetic Surgery in South
Korea, Body and Society 18:2 (2012), 58-81.

Assessment 6: Op-Ed (50% of final mark)
Students have to write an individual paper for this module. The paper should
have an extension of 1500 words (+/-10%).
The op-ed entry should show evidence of independent research and reading. A
minimum of 5-10 relevant academic references should be used and correctly
referenced in the paper, and sources used should go beyond the reading
provided in this Module Study Guide. Sources should be correctly cited in
consistency with Harvard referencing style.

Topic 6. Migration
1. What challenges does the movement of people pose for states and
societies?

3. How does migration affect people in different states and societies?