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  • Pour a Glass: : The Wine and Drink Pairing Guide for Terrible Writing (full color edition)

    by Leslee Koritzke
    Professors, teachers, and book editors alike all confront horrible writing, often with a satisfying glass of wine in hand. Written in the style of pretentious wine descriptions, Pour A Glass: The Wine and Drink Pairing Guide for Terrible Writing points out the ludicrous language usage of today’s college students. Each student's writing sample includes a carefully paired wine or drink selection. Enjoy this gem with your favorite wine! A fun gift for educators and English-lovers everywhere.
  • How To Navigate The Social Media Maze

    by Donna Wolz
    Social Media is one of the fastest ways to promote your book and yourself to a worldwide audience of readers. It is also complex and time-consuming. Do you know How to Navigate the Social Media Maze? Which platforms serve you best? How to network to build your fan base? The pitfalls and the benefits of using Social Media? If you answered 'No' to any of those questions, this is the book you've been waiting for. In "How To Navigate The Social Media Maze", we offer tips and advice on using S... more
  • Surviving Common Core Math: Finding Common Sense in the Confusion

    by Carol Pirog
    Many people are confused with Common Core Math. Everyone from students to parents and even teachers are struggling to make sense of the new Common Core Math. This book outlines the problems and what can be done to make sure your child survives Common Core Math instruction. Reading this book with help you to understand the difference between important math concepts your child must know and current trends in education that will not survive the test of time. Follow the steps outlined in this book... more
  • The Gnostic Notebook: Volume Three: On Plato, the Fourth Dimension, and the Lost Philosophy

    by Timothy James Lambert
    The last time we saw the author, he had just broken off his presentation of the seven key parables of Jesus, with only three remaining. These were the seven canonical parables identified within the Secret Book of James, the successful interpretation of which is supposedly sufficient to unlock the mysteries hidden within the teachings of Jesus. Lambert claimed that he was unable to continue without first revealing an "alternative philosophical/cosmological system based on the properties" possesse... more
  • Beginner's Guide To Running: The Definitive Guide On How To Start Running & Discover The Runner In You

    by Kanisk Nayan
    The book was featured in Top 100 Free Kindle Store in Amazon India & reached #1 Best Seller in its Category. 'Beginner's Guide To Running' is an ideal book for all those aspirants who want to start with jogging or run their first official 5K, 10k, half-marathon or marathon. Before you start training for any of the race formats, it is vital to get the basics right. This book will help you understand all the little integrities which only an experienced runner would know. Various topics have ... more
  • Garage Band Theory

    by Duke Sharp
    A full course of study under one cover, "Garage Band Theory" is impressively informed and informative, practical, insightful, and should be considered an essential resource for any aspiring musician. The chapter quizzes (and answer keys) make it a practical guide for all music teaches and home-schooling parents who have rudimentary skills on any instrument. Exceptionally 'user friendly' in organization and presentation "Garage Band Theory" is very highly recommended for both community and aca... more
  • HACKED MINDS - A Loss of Personal Freedom

    by Jorge Rudko
    HACKED MINDS – A Loss of Personal Freedom SYNOPSIS Jorge Rudko, Author Summary Overview Hacked Minds is a short book of nine chapters and an epilogue that succinctly and in a thought-provoking manner reviews and analyses features and trends in our modern digital age, pinpointing the issues we face, challenging some of our assumptions, and alerting us to how much our privacy may be at risk. It then provides guidelines on commonsense strategies to use, as well as encouraging the proper use... more
  • The Trilogy: The Other Book Of God: Do You Know the Only Book of God?

    by Brenda "BJ" Pearl Walton
    God Considers each and every one of us His Children. God had a Conversation with All of His Children before the Foundation of the World. In that Conversation, He Asked His Children the same Question. In 1977, I had a Dream about a faraway place. In that faraway place was my Soul Mate. Once we come together we will live happily ever after. I had the same Dream for about a year. “Soul Mate” was my answer to the Question from God. In 1978, I left Kansas City “In Search Of My Soul Mate.” Th... more
  • Remember Who You Are

    by Rahim Snow
    "You are a being from God. You are good and beautiful. You are forever. Remember who you are." In a time when Islam is understood less and less, there is a genuine desire among many of us to learn about the faith of more than a billion Muslims around the world. There is no better place to start than the Quran itself. Yet the Quran is not a book we can easily read without a good deal of background information. What if we had a friend who could help us take the first step by giving us an introduc... more
  • Remember Who You Are

    by Rahim Snow
    "You are a being from God. You are good and beautiful. You are forever. Remember who you are." In a time when Islam is understood less and less, there is a genuine desire among many of us to learn about the faith of more than a billion Muslims around the world. There is no better place to start than the Quran itself. Yet the Quran is not a book we can easily read without a good deal of background information. What if we had a friend who could help us take the first step by giving us an introduc... more
  • CINDERELLA: English to Spanish, Level 1

    by David Burke

    The "HEY WORDY! MAGIC MORPHING FAIRY TALES" series is the most fun way to introduce children to foreign languages.

    • Each story starts in one language and MORPHS into another, using the new words over and over in context.
    • And each of the 5 levels contain the words from the previous levels, ensuring that your child retain all the words by the end of the series.
    • INCLUDED FREE on the first page of each book is a down code for the audio program ... more
  • Successful College Teaching Begins with Throwing Away Your Lecture Notes

    by Calvin Luther Martin
    Did you know that beginning professors typically have no teaching experience or training? They may be experts in their academic field--but they are completely ignorant of the art of teaching it to a class of undergraduates. This slim guide, written by a master teacher/professor, aims to correct this problem. If you are a rookie professor, this book is for you. Read it before you walk into that classroom on day one.
  • Rut-Busting Book for Writers

    by Nancy Christie
    Rut-Busting Book For Writers offers insights, information and tips for those who are pursuing the writing life, whether as a profession or for personal satisfaction, yet find themselves struggling to get out of creative or professional ruts. The book provides strategies, inspiring words and proactive suggestions from the author and more than 50 other industry professionals who have “been there and done that” and are now willing to share their knowledge about the creative and practical aspects of... more
  • The Scottish Gaelic Tattoo Handbook

    by Emily McEwan
    The ultimate “think before you ink” guide to accurate and ethical Gaelic tattoos! Written by a Gaelic language expert in Nova Scotia, the book will appeal to anyone who loves Celtic and Scottish culture. Featuring illustrations of real-life Gaelic tattoos gone wrong; tips on how to incorporate Scottish Gaelic words into a tattoo design that honours and supports the culture, language, and speakers; a brief history and description of the Gaelic language; and a glossary of nearly 400 authentic Scot... more
  • If You Were Me and Lived in... Germany

    by Carole P. Roman
    Join Carole P. Roman when she visits the beautiful land of Germany in the newest book of her informative series. Learn about the varied customs and cultures. Travel to the central Europe to discover what you would eat and do for fun. See the land through the eyes of a youngster like you and understand what life is like in this exciting place. Don't forget to look at the other books in the series so that you can be an armchair world traveler.
  • Keys to the Truculent Me: And Other Things That Drive Me Crazy

    by John Branning
    Keys To The Truculent Me contains fifty odd (as in “off-kilter,” not “he lost count after fifty”) essays in which author John Branning dissects the most mundane of topics (among them: cats, toilet paper, the Kardashians) and finds something objectionable about nearly all. He himself is not above criticism, documenting it in this collection with scrupulous accuracy before eviscerating whomever launched the unjustified attack. Branning explores dilemmas, some real but most largely imagined, inspir... more

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