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  • All Things at Once All Things at Once (Hard cover) Online Price: $5.82
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    Notes: Very Good condition. Like New dust jacket. A copy that may have a few cosmetic defects. May also contain light spine creasing or a few markings such as an owner's name, short gifter's inscription or light stamp. Bundled media such as CDs, DVDs, floppy disks or access codes may not be included.
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  • All Things at Once All Things at Once (Hardcover) Online Price: $7.94
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    Seller: Midtown Scholar Bookstore , Harrisburg , PA
  • All Things at Once All Things at Once (paperback) Online Price: $11.79
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  • All Things at Once Signed By Mika Brzezinski Autographed Hc Book All Things at Once Signed By Mika Brzezinski Autographed Hc Book (Hardcover) Online Price: $19.99
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    Notes: Size: 8x6x1; FLAT SIGNED BY MIKA BRZEZINSKI ON TITLE PAGE. This Book is in Very Good condition. All items ship within 24 hours. Packaging is 100% Recyclable. Most items purchased from Charitable organizations. A portion of each sale is also donated to a monthly charity, check your package for this months charity. Reuse-Recycle-Rebook!
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  • All Things at Once All Things at Once (Hardcover) Online Price: $24.50
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    Condition: Fine in Fine jacket
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  • All Things at Once All Things at Once (Hardcover) Online Price: $47.00
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    Notes: xvii, [1], 232 pages. Illustrations. Signed by author. Corner of page 3/4 creased. All Things at Once is a memoir from American journalist Mika Brzezinski published by Weinstein Books in January 2010. The publisher describes it as "a candid and inspiring motivational book that will help women of all ages confront the unique professional and personal challenges they face in the key moments of their lives. Rita Papazian of The News-Times commented that, "Brzezinski cited the roller-coaster model of her own career to advise people in her audience who may be out of work. She said in today's economy, they couldn't expect to return to the positions they may have had or for there to be open job opportunities because one does not know, as in her own case, where they may lead. "It's a reset, " she said, describing the current status of the unemployed looking for work. She described the experience of losing her job as "cleansing and liberating in ways you never knew." She stressed the importance of All Things at Once by noting that being a wife and mother bring texture to her career as a broadcast journalist. "It's all inter-related." Nanette Morges of The Hour commented that, "The inspiration for the book came from Brzezinski's interaction with young women just starting their careers. She found that when she suggested that they not wait until their careers are established to have children, "Their eyes popped out as if they were hearing this for the first time, " she said. "I thought either I am getting old or I have a lot to offer." From Wikipedia: "Mika Emilie Leonia Brzezinski (born May 2, 1967) is an American television host and journalist. Brzezinski co-hosts MSNBC's weekday morning broadcast Morning Joe with former Republican representative Joe Scarborough....Brzezinski was born in New York City, the daughter of Polish-born foreign policy expert and former National Security Advisor Zbigniew Brzezinski and Swiss-born sculptor Emilie Anna Bene ová. Her mother, of Czech descent, is a grandniece of Czechoslovakia's former president Edvard Benes. Her father was then teaching at Columbia University, but the family moved to McLean, Virginia, near Washington, D.C., in late 1976, when Zbigniew was named National Security Advisor by newly elected President Jimmy Carter. Her brother, Mark Brzezinski, is an American diplomat and the current United States Ambassador to Sweden since 2011. Brzezinski attended The Madeira School during her high-school years. She graduated in 1989 from Williams College in Williamstown, Massachusetts, where she majored in English, after transferring from Georgetown University as a junior. Brzezinski began her journalism career as an assistant at ABC's World News This Morning in 1990. A year later, she moved to Tribune-owned Fox affiliate WTIC-TV/WTIC-DT in Hartford, Connecticut. There, she progressed from assignment and features editor to general assignments reporter. In 1992, she joined CBS affiliate WFSB-TV/WFSB-DT in Hartford and quickly progressed through the ranks to become its weekday morning anchor in 1995. In 1997, she left that role to join the CBS network news, where she served as a correspondent and as anchor for the overnight Up to the Minute news program. In 2000, Brzezinski began a short hiatus from CBS, during which she worked for rival MSNBC on the weekday afternoon show, Home Page, with co-anchors Gina Gaston and Ashleigh Banfield. She returned to CBS as a correspondent in September 2001, a move which thrust her into the limelight as a principal "Ground Zero" reporter for the September 11, 2001 attacks. Brzezinski was broadcasting live from the scene when the South Tower collapsed. (Coincidentally, her former MSNBC co-anchor, Ashleigh Banfield, was reporting from Ground Zero for MSNBC. ) In her last position at CBS, Brzezinski served as a CBS News correspondent, substitute anchor, and segment anchor for breaking news segments and routine updates. During this period she...
    Seller: Ground Zero Books, Ltd. , Silver Spring , MD
  • All Things at Once All Things at Once (Hardcover) Online Price: $57.00
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    Notes: xvii, [1], 232 pages. Illustrations. Signed by author and by Joe Scarborough. All Things at Once is a memoir from American journalist Mika Brzezinski published by Weinstein Books in January 2010. The publisher describes it as "a candid and inspiring motivational book that will help women of all ages confront the unique professional and personal challenges they face in the key moments of their lives. Rita Papazian of The News-Times commented that, "Brzezinski cited the roller-coaster model of her own career to advise people in her audience who may be out of work. She said in today's economy, they couldn't expect to return to the positions they may have had or for there to be open job opportunities because one does not know, as in her own case, where they may lead. "It's a reset, " she said, describing the current status of the unemployed looking for work. She described the experience of losing her job as "cleansing and liberating in ways you never knew." She stressed the importance of All Things at Once by noting that being a wife and mother bring texture to her career as a broadcast journalist. "It's all inter-related." Nanette Morges of The Hour commented that, "The inspiration for the book came from Brzezinski's interaction with young women just starting their careers. She found that when she suggested that they not wait until their careers are established to have children, "Their eyes popped out as if they were hearing this for the first time, " she said. "I thought either I am getting old or I have a lot to offer." From Wikipedia: "Mika Emilie Leonia Brzezinski (born May 2, 1967) is an American television host and journalist. Brzezinski co-hosts MSNBC's weekday morning broadcast Morning Joe with former Republican representative Joe Scarborough....Brzezinski was born in New York City, the daughter of Polish-born foreign policy expert and former National Security Advisor Zbigniew Brzezinski and Swiss-born sculptor Emilie Anna Bene ová. Her mother, of Czech descent, is a grandniece of Czechoslovakia's former president Edvard Benes. Her father was then teaching at Columbia University, but the family moved to McLean, Virginia, near Washington, D.C., in late 1976, when Zbigniew was named National Security Advisor by newly elected President Jimmy Carter. Her brother, Mark Brzezinski, is an American diplomat and the current United States Ambassador to Sweden since 2011. Brzezinski attended The Madeira School during her high-school years. She graduated in 1989 from Williams College in Williamstown, Massachusetts, where she majored in English, after transferring from Georgetown University as a junior. Brzezinski began her journalism career as an assistant at ABC's World News This Morning in 1990. A year later, she moved to Tribune-owned Fox affiliate WTIC-TV/WTIC-DT in Hartford, Connecticut. There, she progressed from assignment and features editor to general assignments reporter. In 1992, she joined CBS affiliate WFSB-TV/WFSB-DT in Hartford and quickly progressed through the ranks to become its weekday morning anchor in 1995. In 1997, she left that role to join the CBS network news, where she served as a correspondent and as anchor for the overnight Up to the Minute news program. In 2000, Brzezinski began a short hiatus from CBS, during which she worked for rival MSNBC on the weekday afternoon show, Home Page, with co-anchors Gina Gaston and Ashleigh Banfield. She returned to CBS as a correspondent in September 2001, a move which thrust her into the limelight as a principal "Ground Zero" reporter for the September 11, 2001 attacks. Brzezinski was broadcasting live from the scene when the South Tower collapsed. (Coincidentally, her former MSNBC co-anchor, Ashleigh Banfield, was reporting from Ground Zero for MSNBC. ) In her last position at CBS, Brzezinski served as a CBS News correspondent, substitute anchor, and segment anchor for breaking news segments and routine updates. During this period she...
    Seller: Ground Zero Books, Ltd. , Silver Spring , MD
  • All Things at Once All Things at Once (Hardcover) Online Price: $77.00
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    Description: First edition. Fine in fine dustwrapper. Signed by both Brzezinski and Joe Scarborough.
    Condition: Fine in Fine jacket
    Seller: Between the Covers-Rare Books , Gloucester City , NJ
  • All Things at Once All Things at Once (Trade paperback) Online Price: $3.89
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    Description: Trade paperback (US). Glued binding. Contains: Illustrations, black & white, Illustrations, color. Audience: General/trade.
    Condition: Fine. Clean pages with tight binding.
    Seller: LaFonde , Riverhead , NY
  • All Things at Once All Things at Once (Hardcover) Online Price: $5.00
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    Seller: Half Price Books Inc , Dallas , TX
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