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by Jerry ZezimaThis is my fourth book. Like my first three, it's a themed collection of the nationally syndicated humor columns I write for Hearst Connecticut Media and Tribune News Service. The book contains tales of crazy doings with my wife, our children, and our grandchildren, as well as friends, animals, and even complete strangers. Whether you are a parent, a grandparent, a baby boomer, an empty nester, or all of the above, you'll love my good-natured, self-deprecating view of the world.
by Barry Silverstein
Those Saturday morning TV shows entertained Boomer kids, but they were also vehicles for brand advertising. Chances are that’s how Boomers first got to know cereal, soft drink, and snack food brands. The “Boomer Brands” they knew and loved then, they remember to this day. This unique book is a stroll down memory lane, reminiscing about the beloved brands Boomers first met in the 50s and 60s. Brand maven Barry Silverstein shares “Boomer Brand Cameos” of over fifty of the brands Boomers grew up... more
by Ram SharmaIndia has an Intriguing Landmass, hills, mountains, desserts, plains, seas, plateaus etc. If you are a visitor and need a detailed guide that is still simple, then the book is ideal, with other books being too technical and full with misunderstood words, this book is simple and direct. No Stories, No Unnecessary Blabbering, this is a simple guide for Indian Geography and Demographics. The book is divided into two parts 1 and 2 containing 6 chapters on 6 wide areas of the country which are th... more
by Gary McAvoyThe renowned scientist who fundamentally changed the way we view primates and our relationship with the animal kingdom now turns her attention to an incredibly important and deeply personal issue—taking a stand for a more sustainable world. In this provocative and encouraging book, co-authored with Gary McAvoy and Gail Hudson, Dr. Jane Goodall sounds a clarion call to Western society, urging us to take a hard look at the food we produce and consume-and showing us how easy it is to create positiv... more
Caring & Engaging Schools: Partnering with Family and Community to Unlock the Potential of High School Students in Povertyby Essie Hill"Caring & Engaging Schools: Partnering with Family and Community to Unlock the Potential of High School Students in Poverty," examines the consequences of our failure to effectively address the needs of low-income students, given the poverty-related struggles that impede academic learning, personal growth, and ultimately positive life outcomes.
by Dawn EzelleInspiration is hard to find and sometimes even harder to give. God gives us each day to live and thrive in His love-a way to re-energize our spirit. Make a new commitment to live life to the fullest. Take time from your busy life. This journal is a good way to start. Use as a tool guiding you to the journal. Record your dreams and goals. Write down your topic and allow the Holy Spirit to open up your thoughts on paper. The daily biblical scriptures provided to bless you all year.
by Dawn Ezelle
"You shall not kindle a fire in any of your dwellings on the sabbath day." Exodus 35:3. What is Shabbat? Shabbat is observed from a few minutes before sunset on Friday evening until the appearance of three stars in the sky on Saturday night. Shabbat is ushered in the Sabbath by lighting candles and reciting a blessing. This little book will help the reader of all ages learn to en·kin·dle the Holy Spirit light and keeping the Sabbath day Holy. En·kin·dle i... more
by Alexander Russell
The book Davenport's Florida Wills And Estate Planning Legal Forms is part of a 50-State series being done using the Davenport Press name. The subject of books is Wills, Estate Planning, and Healthcare Planning law and forms, which concern how to do things now to control things if a person falls ill, dies, or is just absent. Things to control can include medical treatments, end-of-life stopping of treatment, gifting property and money, children, allowing efficient legal option... more
by Dr. LaRonce M. HendricksThis guide is a helpful tool for teachers. It exposes educational perspectives on how negative predispositions prevent a student from performing at high levels. Negative predispositions known as psychological barriers derived from years of red ink marks put on graded writing assignments by writing teachers overtime (Lindemann and Anderson, 2001). The easy read suggests strategies and classroom management practices useful for lessening the effects of students? negative predispositions. It is a he... more
by BILL BUFORD TALLCHIEFThree short stories, the first is about love lost, escape from crime, and redemption; the second involves two lovers and the test of their relationship, and the third is about a woman yearning for love, finds it only wonder if it is true
by Nancy O'Hare
Explore over twenty-five amazing destinations with a focus on hiking and cultural sites away from tourist crowds.
Trek through untouched valleys with more sheep than people in the blustery Faroe Islands. Feel the heat of an ancient Buddhist fire ceremony in the secluded Kingdom of Bhutan. Discover these and more unique places across five continents through bite-sized narratives and on-the-ground travel advice.
Choose from six themes—wilderness treks, little-known hikes,... more
by Kevin BrougherA mind-bending array of brain teasers, riddles, and puzzles to keep those curious minds spinning for months. More than 5,000 witty challenges. Whether you want to challenge your brain, exercise your mental agility, or occupy the minds in your car on a trip, this rich compendium of riddles, puzzles, and problems will serve you well. While our favorites among Kevin Brougher's Thinklers! are Position Puzzles, there are hundreds and hundreds of other ingenious perplexities to keep you and yours thin... more
by Rich ParisiThe Little Melting Pot of America books introduce children to their own, as well as others' heritage / culture / nationality! Narrated by the Grandmother, she engages the children in learning about the food, culture, sites and language of the nationality represented. Teaching diversity one book at a time.
by Kayla KurinDo you want to join the digital nomad community and live a location independent life by working remotely? Do you want to travel the world indefinitely, setting up your office in cafes with views of crystal clear waters in Greece, guesthouses with mountain views in the Rockies, next to a mouthwatering bowl of fresh Gnocchi in Italy, or anywhere you can get the bloody wifi connection to work? You might have seen expensive courses or trendy Instagram accounts giving advice how to work remotel... more
by Dave WebbVeteran teacher Dave Webb offers some insights into his life as a teacher in elementary and middle schools in three states. Many of the chapters in this, his 15th book, are articles he's had published in online teacher magazines. Also included are essays and articles written specifically for The Teaching Life. From amusing to informative, the chapters illustrate how life as an educator can sometimes be unpredictable, and how being prepared and organized is always necessary to survive in the clas... more
by Alex Russell
The book "Davenport's Florida Wills And Estate Planning Legal Forms" is part of a 50-State series being done using the publisher Davenport name for people to look for. Each book is carefully written to have a concise summary of law (readable without skimming unlike similar books), and a good range of ready-to-use legal forms with helpful filled-out samples. The book's subject is Wills and Estate Planning law and forms which concern how to act now to control upon ... more