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  • HANDWRITING MAKES LIFE BEAUTIFUL

    by Gedala madhava rao
    Five years ago, I have started my journey of writing a book titled as “Handwriting makes life beautiful”, aiming in learning and teaching Handwriting easily and beautifully. It is unfold truth, 90% of our Indian education system involves with handwriting but 70% of Indian students are not aware of scientific and technical approach of Good Handwriting. This is motivated me towards the modest trail of introducing optimal approach to improved Handwriting. The Result of five years trails ... more
  • BILLY BEAR CUB

    by CHAD LEISSE
    Billy Bear the well-mannered cub is a perfect book for the kindergarten and first grade levels, and not just parents can use this book but other people like teachers, other relatives of small children, and libraries. Follow Billy the well-mannered cub and his mother as they have a full days adventure with her teaching and explaining to Billy how to act, talk to other people, and be safe while having fun doing it. The illustrations are simple enough for little ones, but detailed enough to allow t... more
  • If You Were Me and Lived in... Turkey: A Child's Introduction to Culture Around the World (A Child's Introduction to Children's

    by Carole P. Roman
    Number four in a series of world culture, If You Were Me and Lived in... Turkey, explores cultural differences through a child's understanding. A respectful and lively treatment of the subtle differences of the people from different parts of the globe we share. Join Carole P.Roman as she travels to learn out the people, culture, and customs of the people Turkey.
  • If You Were Me and Lived in... Turkey: A Child's Introduction to Culture Around the World (A Child's Introduction to Children's

    by Carole P. Roman
    Number four in a series of world culture, If You Were Me and Lived in... Turkey, explores cultural differences through a child's understanding. A respectful and lively treatment of the subtle differences of the people from different parts of the globe we share. Join Carole P.Roman as she travels to learn out the people, culture, and customs of the people Turkey.
  • If you were me and lived in... Australia: A Child's Introduction to Cultures around the World (Volume 8)

    by Carole P. Roman
    Former social studies teacher Carole P. Roman has penned a new addition in her exiting explorations of foreign cultures and customs with “If You Were Me and Lived in … Australia". In her years as a teacher, parent and grandparent, Roman noticed that there were few, if any, books about other cultures for young children. Roman has remedied the deficit and now introduces the new Australia installment in a series that educates kids, parents and teachers, alike. Roman recognizes that children love to... more
  • If You Were Me and Lived in...Peru: A Child's Introduction to Cultures Around the World

    by Carole P. Roman
    You’ll never guess what crazy dish the ancient Incan kings ate. But you can read all about it, and more, in If You Were Me and Lived in…Peru, the latest book in Carole P. Roman’s fun travel series for kids. An exciting introduction to world cultures written for young readers ages three through eight, this new expedition takes kids to South America and gives them a colorful glimpse into what living in Peru is like. Highlighting a myriad of topics, including language, cuisine, climate, and histor... more
  • If You Were Me and Lived in...Greece: A Child's Introduction to Culture Around the World (Cultures of the World)

    by Carole P. Roman
    It’s never too early to start teaching children about the world around them. In If You Were Me and Lived in…Greece , early learners get a taste of what their life would be like if they lived in Greece while being introduced to the birthplace of democracy. This book is the latest installment of the educational series about the cultures of the world that speaks to young children about the topics that interest them, such as the foods people eat, the names of boys and girls, and the activities that ... more
  • If You Were Me and Lived in... Hungary: A Child's Introduction to Culture Around the World (Volume 14)

    by Carole P. Roman
    Welcome to Hungary! Join Carole P. Roman and learn about this beautiful country in Central Europe. Packed with colorful illustrations, children will learn about the sights, currency, food, and even a few Hungarian words. This critically acclaimed series has been embraced by children, parents, and educators. Deceptively simple, it is jam packed with a vast array of information to ignite any child's interest in the world around them. If You Were Me and Lived in...India- Five Stars ForeWord Review ... more
  • If You Were Me and Lived in...Scotland: A Child's Introduction to Culures Around the World (Volume 15)

    by Carole P. Roman
    Carole P. Roman is taking students to Northern Europe again and this time it’s to visit Scotland. You’ll learn about the fascinating architecture that was inspired by ancient Greece and Rome. Whether your name is Ian, Connor, or Malcolm, you’ll follow along and visit Loch Ness and hope to get a sighting of its famous occupant, Nessie. Perhaps you’ll try haggis or tatie scones and finish your meal with a clootie. Children are loving this award winning series! It has created a whole generation of ... more
  • Tressi Ten Tips to Get Kids Outdoors and Love Nature

    by Judy Kundert
    A new book for children to share with parents, teachers, and older brothers and sisters packed with helpful tips to engage and connect them to nature. From gigantic national forests to the local park in your town to your own backyard, nature is all around us. Join Tressi as she shows children (with a little help from grown-ups!) ten great activities to get outside and back into nature. Inside, you’ll find creative activities, such as: • Crafting a personal nature journal • Drawing a tre... more
  • The Gaming Revision Guide

    by M.P. Thomson
    The gaming revision guide is a book which provides step-by-step instructions in relation to how to use video games to revise for exams. It also offers general revision hints and tips.
  • Keira in the Mirror

    by D. C. Donahue
    All of us at have a curiosity of things we don't understand at first glance. Keira is a curious child who loves to explore and discover things, especially about her environment. This delightful story follows Keira, on her journey, of self realization. Every child can remember a time they were startled by their own reflection and taking a deeper look into themselves in that moment. I hope that feeling of self discovery was captured within these pages.
  • The Baseball Haggadah: A Festival of Freedom and Springtime in 15 Innings

    by Sharon G. Forman
    This sports oriented guide to the Passover seder portrays the story of the Exodus as a lively baseball game. With Moses as the team captain for the Israelites and Pharaoh heading up the Taskmasters, the lineups struggle for dominance. God throws the ultimate "splitter," making way for the Israelites to cross the Sea of Reeds. Values taught at the seder, such as love of freedom, kindness to strangers, and concern for others are celebrated in this user friendly Haggadah with particular sensitiv... more
  • PEACE, HIPPO! and Other ENDANGERED ANIMALS Too!

    by Cheryl Davis Hornung
    Heckery Dekkery Dog is a traveling reporter doing research on endangered species, but he’s otherwise known as Rufus, a Havanese. Rufus is especially interested in saving endangered species because his breed almost became extinct. He wants to understand why there’s an endangered species list, so he goes on a world-wide assignment to interview endangered species and find out what he can do to help. The first animal he meets is Peace Hippo who becomes Rufus’s traveling companion. The two travel... more
  • The Modern British Empire

    by Rhythm Prism LLC
    The people who built the British Empire were not unique in their courage, ambition or greed. There have been other empires and there surely will be more in the future. Perhaps understanding how the British Empire grew and how it affected those it touched is key to understanding the operation of all empires. One lesson we may take from reading this history is that fortune is whimsical. It bestows friendship upon some, while to others it turns a cold shoulder. Whether a lesson is learned or ... more
  • Le tredici sorelle

    by luca nascimbene
    I due uomini erano seduti sulle comode poltrone in pelle dello studio. Il buio della stanza circondava il piccolo cono di luce proiettato dalla lampada, appoggiata sul basso tavolino che divideva le due poltrone, lasciando in penombra il loro viso. - E’ sicuro che sia necessario eminenza? La domanda era stata posta con tono calmo, tranquillamente, anche se chi l’aveva formulata sapeva benissimo quali terribili forze stavano per essere messe in moto. Con quali conseguenze era impossibile preved... more

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