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by Judy KundertA 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
by M.P. ThomsonThe 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.
by D. C. DonahueAll 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.
by Sharon G. FormanThis 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
by Cheryl Davis HornungHeckery 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
by Rhythm Prism LLCThe 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
by luca nascimbeneI 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
by Kelly Davis Beckley
“Faith, the Ugly Dog” is the tale of a little dog that has been told, and is convinced, that her ugliness on the outside means more than the kindness, sweetness and bravery that she has on the “inside”. After encountering a mean dog that bullies her and makes fun of her, and her transformation into the superhero “Buzzardillopossum”, Faith realizes her true inner worth and value. However, did Faith dream this, or did it actually happen? Does it really even m... more
by Rhythm PrismJonas Salk, The Battle Against Polio, will introduce the young reader to one of the epic efforts of the 20th century: the campaign to find a polio vaccine. Included is a discussion about viruses, immunity and medical ethics. This book is more than a biography, it is a snapshot of a time and place. Through map study, reading exercises and vocabulary challenge, the student is offered sophisticated material in a very palatable format.
by pam stoneOscar's adventures in the woods" is a true story of a little girl, Shelby, and her pet turtle, Oscar. Each page is original artwork created, drawn and colored by award winning artists Eric Hector and Candace Schinzler- Bell. Who has done artwork for many companies including Disney. This story is written by a mom who would read to her daughter every evening at bedtime up to three books each night, and instilled her love of reading in her daughter, who is a voracious reader to this day. Someone ga... more
Collected Writings on Orthodox Christianity: Various Aspects of Eastern and Oriental Orthodox Churchesby George AlexanderThis book consists of selected reflections, articles, interviews and letters by various authors on different topics related to Orthodox Christianity. The book has been created in Pan-Orthodox nature comprising various topics pertaining to Eastern Orthodox and Oriental Orthodox Churches.
by John Harmata - Paul Zientarski“What Teenage Drivers Don’t Know, The Unwritten Rules of the Road” teaches driving strategies and tips to teenagers about driving in poor conditions, parking, vehicle maintenance, surviving the unexpected and even navigating the court system. This book takes the art of skillful driving to a whole new level in teenage driver training. “What Teenage Drivers Don’t Know, the Unwritten Rules of the Road will increase a teenager’s ability to drive smarter and safer. This book is now being used in Dr... more
by Kirt Manecke
A Crash Course in People Skills. Winner Mom's Choice Gold Award Honoring Excellence. Get a GOOD JOB, Make MORE MONEY, Make a DIFFERENCE. Indispensable, quick and easy to read, Smile & Succeed for Teens is the ultimate teenage success guide. Developed by a team of students, parents and educators, this award-winning book gives teens the tools and confidence they need to succeed. The solution to get your teens to put down the electronics (and feel good about it!), make eye contact, and have ... more
by Sharon D. Ulett, M.Ed.A young boy struggling with the challenges of learning disabilities achieves his goals after receiving the help he needs from a caring teacher and a supportive team of individuals, including his family.
by Sarah K. Abel & Karen ZilbersteinKnowing how to help children with their feelings can be challenging for all parents, but when feelings grow too strong, they create storms that burst through and change the way children act. This book aims to introduce parents and children to the world of feelings and psychotherapy. Age appropriate explanations are provided so that children, parents, teachers, doctors and other professionals gain a language for conversing on this topic.
by Suzee RamirezA bright, soul-filled photography book of global children that appeals to all ages. The stunning photos were carefully compiled to represent children from all around the world including Russia, France, Canada, Taiwan, Australia, India, Libya, Japan, the UK and more. This book has a simple yet profound truth to share ~ we are all truly amazing ~ each person, just as we are. The song download, "Beautiful Rainbow World" by world-renowned children's folk singer, Daria, is included. Sing-along and sm... more