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  • How to Write a Killer SAT Essay

    by Tom Clements
    How to Write a Killer SAT Essay is the only award-winning book with dozens of real essays written by real students. The net is full of abstract information on WHAT to write about when constructing an SAT essay – this book is full of information on exactly HOW to write it. The author includes dozens of top-scoring, detailed essays from students of his who have put his principles into practice.

    When you see step-by-step instructions on HOW someone has put an essay together, it’s much more v... more

  • It's In Your Hand! A Seven Step Method to Teach the Fundamentals of Reading and Writing to Children & Adults

    by Nori Rem
    Featured on Scholastic Publishing Company's Read 180 website, It's In Your Hand! A Seven Step Method to Teach the Fundamentals of Reading and Writing to Children & Adults targets struggling readers of all ages. Written in a user friendly format, it is an instructional roadmap for parents and teachers of any struggling reader. This 228 page, comprehensive manual contains 14 decodable stories, assessments, illustrations and many more, step by step guidelines to teach the fundamentals of reading. A... more
  • I Woof You From The Bottom Of My Heart

    by Kathy Vassilakis

    The idea to write this book came from my daughter and my dog. This book was written to show children how special a bond and friendship they can have with their dog. Dog's are wonderful pets and love us unconditionally. They will protect and love us no matter what. Children deserve to learn that at a very young age and grow to love all animals. Compassion for animals is intimately connected with goodness of character. 

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  • The Big Secret

    by D. W. Boorn
    Children are told the truth about Santa Claus in a way that leaves everyone feeling good.
  • 978-1-63336-006-8

    by Katie Clemons
    Mother daughter journal Bond with your daughter on a new, deeper level. Confide in one another, grow together, and learn the stories deep in one another’s hearts and minds through a series of letters and activities. For girls age 8 and up. 8x5.5 inches (20x14 cm)
  • Did I Scare You?

    by Sommer Hamilton
    Did I Scare You? Children are always up for a Spooktaculas story. Did I Scare You?, teaches children the joy of reading and the endless possibilities of their imagination. It's also scares away the scary and allows silly fun for everyone.
  • Living with Cannabis

    by Alexandra Armitage
    “Living with Cannabis” clarifies, informs and contemplates the neuroscience and issues relating to the use of cannabis -- empowering teens to make conscious and mindful personal choices.
  • Words To Say Out Loud! -- A Safety Book for Children Around the World

    by Connie Myers
    Maintaining the safety of children in this predacious world is of the utmost importance, and should always be one of our top priorities. To that end, a remarkable new series of books has been written. The Words To Say Out Loud!® series focuses on empowering children with the skills and verbal weaponry they need to stay safe in what have become unsafe times. The heart of the system hinges on the idea that the key to empowering children lies in teaching them the ability to communicate clearly and ... more
  • Donkeys Are Special and So Are You!

    by TOM KRUEGER
    Donkeys Are Special And So Are You! is a Silver Recipient of the prestigious Mom’s Choice Award. It also received an honorable mention at The New York Book Festival, along with being awarded two silver medallions at The Florida Authors & Publishers Annual Conference in Daytona Beach! Tom's purpose for writing this book is to share his love of miniature donkeys with children and to show them how situations in their lives are similar. These nine short stories depict how both children a... more
  • A Lion's Mane

    by Navjot Kaur
    ISBN: 978-0-9812412-0-3 In this beautifully illustrated story, young readers discover the common threads that tie different cultures together. A Sikh boy goes on a quest to explore the meaning of his dastaar and his “lion’s mane.” On his journey, he learns what the lion means to cultures around the world and relates these virtues back to his own identity. Some cultures he visits include the Hopi Indians and the people of Iran, and he even joins in an exciting Chinese lion dance on his travels... more
  • Donkeys Are Special And So Are You!

    by Tom Krueger
    Donkeys Are Special And So Are You! is a Silver Recipient of the prestigious Mom’s Choice Award. It also received an honorable mention at The New York Book Festival, along with being awarded two silver medallions at The Florida Authors & Publishers Annual Conference in Daytona Beach! Tom's purpose for writing this book is to share his love of miniature donkeys with children and to show them how situations in their lives are similar. These nine short stories depict how both children and donkey... more
  • B is for Boston Terrier

    by Sarah Tregay
    Follow Buck, a Boston Terrier, as he does his favorite activities—from playing ball to walking around the block. This picture book for the very young introduces children to dogs with large, bright illustration and encourages reading.
  • I Love Being a Girl

    by Kathryn Dixon
    Being a girl is so much fun! Every day is an opportunity to be kind, be helpful, read a book, make a friend, hug the people you love, fly a kite, climb a tree, throw a ball higher than you ever have before! This book is filled with many girls, all doing what they love. Meet Clara who loves to water the flowers in her garden, Sara who loves to whisper in her grandfather’s ear, Eloise who loves to hula hoop, and Jillian who loves to shop. But life has its bumps, and the girls in this book a... more

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