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  • Fiction Writing Workshop for Kids

    by Hank Quense
    This interactive ebook shows grammar school and middle school kids how to go about creating a short story while having fun. Three separate story worksheets are included along with complete instructions shown in short videos clips. Most suitable for grades 4 through 7
  • K: How a Jewelry Thief Turned Chemist Turned Into an Author

    by J Kharene Porter
    Deep into her waning thirties, Jhana was quickly running out of time if she truly intended to correct the course of her redundant life. No matter how hard she tried, she found herself in the same predicaments, wishing for the same do-overs. And day by day, the realization of her childhood dream seemed further away than ever. This story chronicles her journey as she confronts the issues rotating through her life with patience, sweat and a sense of humor. As time winds down for her to fulfill the... more
  • The Busy Toddler's A to Z

    by Susie and Vincent Pi
    Your child’s play is the best entertainment channel! Children love to dress up and pretend-play different jobs. It is believed this type of symbolic play or imaginative play teaches problem solving, creates empathy and instills a foundation of courage and curiosity at an early age. This book will help toddlers master their A to Z’s, as well introduce various professions in a fun way. It will teach them that it takes all these jobs to make the world run smoothly. It will help ingrain the belief i... more
  • Humongous (& Cool) Words for Kids

    by SB Hilarion

    After immersing themselves in mantras in I AM Manifesto, young siblings Hao Finley and Sabine Yi Lee are on their journey of seeking and sharing knowledge from around the world. In Humongous (& Cool) Words for Kids, these philomaths not only learn about words from their own and other kids' cultures and countries, they also absorb facts about stuff they've taken for granted. What's really cool is that they describe words that not even their parents know.

    Name the subject, these philomath... more

  • "Prayers that get through to God"

    by Rev. George Pryor
    The book looks at all types of biblical praying and it’s result. A section on why prayers are not answered is Also covered . A bonus chapter on biblical peace is also included.
  • The Student's Comprehensive Guide for College & Other Life Lessons: "What to Expect & How to Succeed"

    by Valarie Austin
    Lieutenant Colonel (Retired) Valarie R. Austin’s debut non-fiction book draws on her experience as a college graduate who has acquired four degrees from four different schools. With an associate's degree, two bachelor's degrees, and a master's degree, LTC Austin has unique insights about college and gives tough practical advice to guide college bound students, current college students and parents about the discipline, skills and knowledge necessary to successfully graduate from college on time. ... more
  • Learn to Crochet

    by Natasha Butler
    The easy way to learn to crochet. The learn to crochet book has been designed for complete beginners. The covers all the basics and has easy to follow step by step photo tutorials, simple projects and lots of helpful hints and tips.
  • Songs for Everyone

    by Upasana Puranik
    Dear Sir/Madam, I am Upasana, a 7th-grade student at John F. Kennedy Middle School, Cupertino, California. I made a book called Songs for Everyone. This book contains 10 songs that I first composed when I was 8 years old. In the summer of 4th grade, I made a book out of the first 10 songs that I have composed. When I was in 5th grade this book got accepted into the Santa Clara County Library District. But only one copy was placed in the Cupertino branch of the library. I was hoping I could ma... more
  • Top-To-Bottom Home Organizing

    by Caralyn Kempner

    Top-To-Bottom Home Organizing is a complete, one-of-a-kind reference book designed to bring order to any living space in your home. This must-have home-organizing guide will prove to be an invaluable resource that you can use over and over again. Innovative storage arrangements for your household belongings get featured in the many illustrations. Just refer to the chapters that address your specific projects. The detailed guidance allows you to approach any home-organizing project with confid... more

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    by rima omar
    Sprouts symbolize verifiable things in different social solicitations. The social monstrosity of tints anxiously impacts the choice and use of sprouts. People a significant part of the time slant toward blooms that are related with their ethnic get-together or country, and varying tints may have stunning ramifications of fortunes or club or other fundamental human characteristics.
  • The Story of Princess Victoria

    by Larissa Bouyett
    This is a story of a girl named Victoria from De’Victoria, Barcelona, who became a princess after meeting her prince on a cruise. Victoria’s dad opened a Spanish Bakery-Restaurant in the United States. They also own a very famous Bakery-Restaurant in Barcelona named De’Victoria Reposteria y Restaurante. Philipe is the prince of Spain, who went on a cruise with his family to explore the different islands in the Caribbean.
  • A New York Christmas: Ho-Ho-Ho at Gothamtide!

    by Sibyl McCormac Groff
    A book that captures all of the magic, beauty and spirit of Christmastime in New York. Learn of the histories of Christmas traditions, notable sights you should definitely see, unusual holiday activities, and the joys to be shared by a lover of a New York Christmas!
  • A Sin of Sodom

    by Dinka Doll
    If you liked "50 Shades", you'll love "Sin of Sodom". This book is full of beautiful erotic pictures. It all started when photographer sent an email to a model offering her a paid erotic photoshoot. This one simple email turned into a very complicated raunchy relationship full of emotional ups and downs. “He likes it slow and sensual. He runs his hands over my flat tummy, he is circling my breasts, my nipples. I feel the sweet nectar of my being streaking down. He keeps touching me again and aga... more
  • From Homework HELL to Help!

    by Chris Hare
    Maybe this sounds familiar? You're a parent/caregiver of a K-12 child who is having challenges with: ...keeping homework from getting lost. ...not catching mistakes that are affecting grades. ...managing classroom projects. ...studying faster and smarter. ...knowing how to communicate with difficult personalities. The school experience is definitely fraught with the potential for chaos, but as a parent of multiples myself -- I have learned a ton of time-saving, stress-relieving, and organizati... more

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