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  • Indications to Recognize whether your furnace need some repairs

    by jimmy Malik
    On the off chance that you feel that your furnace isn't working appropriately and it need some repair, it is imperative to recognize the indications so the fix can be tended to in an auspicious way. An issue happening directly in the cold wintery weather of Toronto should be tended to rapidly, and investigating the issue will go far in recovering the framework on the web. Here are a portion of the more typical side effects that you might be facing in your oil furnace and you need oil furnac... more
  • Little Zoi

    by Ronesa Aveela
    Meet the playful little kitty, Zoi. She likes eating cookies, playing in the garden, and stealing fish from a magical glass bowl. She loves her mom and dad, and her favorite time of the year is Christmas. This coloring book is for all ages, cat lovers, or people who just want to sit down and relax.
  • An Introduction to Playing the Recorder

    by Jennifer L. Anderson
    An Introduction to Playing the Recorder is a unique approach to beginning recorder instruction. It is a one-of-a-kind method that draws from the vast repertoire of classical music. This book teaches familiar melodies from composers such as Bach, Brahms, Beethoven, and Dvorak, which not only teaches recorder technique, but also develops and nurtures a love for beautiful music and music making. Written by Jennifer L. Anderson, edited by Patricia L. Morrow. This beautifully crafted print edition... more
  • THERE IS A BULLY AT MY SCHOOL - IS HOME SCHOOL THE ALTERNATIVE?

    by Eric Gilmore
    A girl by the name sarah attends school for the first time. When she arrives she is happy. Then she suddenly becomes the target of a bully who loves has work. Nevertheless, here whole perspective of on schooling changes.
  • Logitica: Learn Logic and Math Together

    by Neelabh Kumar
    Attention parents: With Logitica your kids will develop the logical thinking needed to learn faster and succeed in all subjects. Logitica specifically teaches how to approach different types of mathematical problems in a logical manner and presents the concepts in an interesting, fun and unique way. The book has been provided with 200+ problems spread across 7 chapters. An ideal gift for 9+ year olds. An unique book on 3-step approach on logic building: Challenge, Strategy, Answer. Whether... more
  • Are You Ready, Freddie? Err...ruff!

    by Dorothy Scott, EdD
    Freddie, an adopted, elder, shelter dog, has finally found a forever home. Follow him through out his busy day. Written by an EdD author who has forty years of classroom experience and illustrated by an animation industry veteran, your child will love this engaging book that teaches little ones repetition. Preschool and toddlers will rejoice in pointing to and repeating “Are you ready, Freddie” and Freddie’s “Err….ruff”, again and again. “Are you ready, Freddie will inspire your little one to fo... more
  • The Worst First Day: Bullied While Desegregating Central High

    by Eurydice Stanley
    The Worst First Day: Bullied While Desegregating Central High introduces the next generation to Elizabeth Eckford, a modern-day heroine. On Sept. 4, 1957, Eckford was the first African American student to arrive at Little Rock Central High to desegregate the school. She was blocked from entry by armed Arkansas National Guard Soldiers under the direction of Governor Orval Faubus. A photograph taken by Will Counts of 15-year-old Elizabeth surrounded by segregationist bullies showed the world t... more
  • The Worst First Day: Bullied While Desegregating Central High

    by Elizabeth Eckford
    Little Rock Nine Icon Elizabeth Eckford's powerful memoir inspires while denouncing bullying, racism, segregation and bias. The Worst First Day shares her experiences at Little Rock Central High in 1957. Civil rights history is shared in verse with captivating graphic artwork, informative essays and compelling era photography. Co-authored by Eurydice and Grace Stanley with artwork from Rachel Gibson and images from Will Counts and Kirk Jordan.
  • Must-Have Items for Your Home

    by Jilli Rose

    Getting home as one of your investments is one of the best decisions you will ever make. Starting a family requires a lot of decision-making. Plan it carefully before you give it a go because remember that you have mouths to feed and having paltry savings will take you nowhere. That is why you need to have a stable career or profitable business to help you attain your goals. Once you get your dream home, do your best to make it as beautiful and liveable as possible, and you can make it happen... more

  • Read My Way to 100 Book Reviews: Zombie Reader

    by Amanda Baker

    Did you like that book you read at school? What about the one you picked out at the library?

    Whether you liked them or not, this book will let you get your thoughts out about what you just read! Who wrote that book? Where did they come from? Who was the most memorable character?

    Watch your child's critical thinking skills grow as they respond to and write about each book they read!

  • Read My Way to 100 Book Reviews: Starry Night Reader

    by Amanda Baker

    Did you like that book you read at school? What about the one you picked out at the library?

    Whether you liked them or not, this book will let you get your thoughts out about what you just read! Who wrote that book? Where did they come from? Who was the most memorable character?

    Watch your child's critical thinking skills grow as they respond to and write about each book they read!

  • What Underwear Does A Zebra Wear?

    by elle muliarchyk
    An illustrated book of jokes for young kids written by a 3 year old. It introduces children to humor at young age and the bright and beautiful illustrations help understand the meaning of jokes. Q: What is a Horse's favorite Drink? A: Lemo-NEIGH-d!! Q: What does grass say to the gardener who waters it? A: GRASS-ias! Q: What Underwear does a Zebra Wear? A: a Z-Bra!
  • Answers to Kids' Deep Questions in Photos

    by gayle kimball
    Since a photograph is worth a 1,000 words, this book uses images to spark family discussion of important questions on the minds of young people. Dr. Kimball added brief comments to initiate thinking process about the meaning of life! Questions covered in the book include what is the purpose of life, why are there so many religions, what is happiness, why is there inequality, what happens after death, what's the Big Bang, why is climate changing, and what is success? The author started asking o... more
  • Daddy's Little Princess

    by Morgan Taylor
    Daddy's Little Princess reminds readers that real Princesses do exist and they come in all shades. Morgan doesn't believe she can be a Princess until her dad takes her on a historical journey to find real Princesses of color from around the world. It's an excellent way to build self-esteem and educate readers.
  • Dad, Who Will I Be?

    by G.Todd Taylor
    Dad, Who Will I Be? is a non-fiction book that reminds young readers that they can be and do whatever they choose. In the book readers are exposed to different careers while learning about historical figures of color from around the world. Some names they will recognize that Tiger Woods or Pres. Barack Obama but others will be new to them like W.E.B. Duboise or Guion Bluford. It's the story of a father encouraging his son to think about being an inventor, in politics, an athlete or so much more.... more
  • How Japan Took Over the Car Industry

    by Emma Marie
    When Ford introduced the Model T to the masses, the car industry became sphere perfected by Western civilisation. With a number of European manufacturers competing with their North American counterparts, there were really only two players that made the best automobiles in the world. However, that all changed after the Second World War. Japan was in ruins and was desperate to rebuild their industries. With a strong work ethic instilled by next generation entrepreneurs and fair compensation, Japan... more

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