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by SB Hilarion
After immersing themselves in mantras in I AM Manifesto, young siblings Hao Finley and Sabine Yi Lee are on their journey of seeking and sharing knowledge from around the world. In Humongous (& Cool) Words for Kids, these philomaths not only learn about words from their own and other kids' cultures and countries, they also absorb facts about stuff they've taken for granted. What's really cool is that they describe words that not even their parents know.
Name the subject, these philomath... more
The Student's Comprehensive Guide for College & Other Life Lessons: "What to Expect & How to Succeed"by Valarie AustinLieutenant Colonel (Retired) Valarie R. Austin’s debut non-fiction book draws on her experience as a college graduate who has acquired four degrees from four different schools. With an associate's degree, two bachelor's degrees, and a master's degree, LTC Austin has unique insights about college and gives tough practical advice to guide college bound students, current college students and parents about the discipline, skills and knowledge necessary to successfully graduate from college on time. ... more
by Upasana PuranikDear Sir/Madam, I am Upasana, a 7th-grade student at John F. Kennedy Middle School, Cupertino, California. I made a book called Songs for Everyone. This book contains 10 songs that I first composed when I was 8 years old. In the summer of 4th grade, I made a book out of the first 10 songs that I have composed. When I was in 5th grade this book got accepted into the Santa Clara County Library District. But only one copy was placed in the Cupertino branch of the library. I was hoping I could ma... more
by Larissa BouyettThis is a story of a girl named Victoria from De’Victoria, Barcelona, who became a princess after meeting her prince on a cruise. Victoria’s dad opened a Spanish Bakery-Restaurant in the United States. They also own a very famous Bakery-Restaurant in Barcelona named De’Victoria Reposteria y Restaurante. Philipe is the prince of Spain, who went on a cruise with his family to explore the different islands in the Caribbean.
by Adeel JavaidBritish anti-slavery was one of the most important reform movements of the 19th century. But its history is not without ironies. During the course of the 18th century the British perfected the Atlantic slave system. Indeed, it has been estimated that between 1700 and 1810 British merchants transported almost three million Africans across the Atlantic. That the British benefited from the Atlantic slave system is indisputable. Yet, paradoxically, it was also the British who led the struggle to bri... more
by Dawn Ezelle
"You shall not kindle a fire in any of your dwellings on the sabbath day." Exodus 35:3. What is Shabbat? Shabbat is observed from a few minutes before sunset on Friday evening until the appearance of three stars in the sky on Saturday night. Shabbat is ushered in the Sabbath by lighting candles and reciting a blessing. This little book will help the reader of all ages learn to en·kin·dle the Holy Spirit light and keeping the Sabbath day Holy. En·kin·dle i... more
by Kevin BrougherA mind-bending array of brain teasers, riddles, and puzzles to keep those curious minds spinning for months. More than 5,000 witty challenges. Whether you want to challenge your brain, exercise your mental agility, or occupy the minds in your car on a trip, this rich compendium of riddles, puzzles, and problems will serve you well. While our favorites among Kevin Brougher's Thinklers! are Position Puzzles, there are hundreds and hundreds of other ingenious perplexities to keep you and yours thin... more
by Rich ParisiThe Little Melting Pot of America books introduce children to their own, as well as others' heritage / culture / nationality! Narrated by the Grandmother, she engages the children in learning about the food, culture, sites and language of the nationality represented. Teaching diversity one book at a time.
by Lisa RuizThe academic life of a student is filled with many ups and downs. Moreover, there is the pressure of doing well or outperforming their peers. This often leads to excessive stress that the students find hard to cope with. When it comes to writing down assignments or homework, the task becomes more difficult as one has to submit it within the deadline. This is when one looks for assignment help from experts who can write the projects down adeptly.
B... moreby rosas painting & Coatings IncRosas Painting and Coaching Offers all kinds of painting solutions. We have numerous client around the world and we have organized and professional team who take care of punctual and focused paintwork ensuring minimal disruption to everyday lifestyle and diary.by Lakyshia SheltonA Children's Book to Learn, Color, Play & Search is a book for kids in grade levels k-6th. This is a practice book for your children to go over at any given time. This book is full of reading, math, writing, shapes, objects, and also contains multiplication charts, division chart, understanding place values.Etc... Also this novel is filled with coloring pages, crossword, & word search puzzles.by Lakyshia Sheltonby Lakyshia SheltonThis is a children's coloring and fun activity book!by Dr. KaiRhythm is a vital tool for babies to understand when phrases end and begin. This is their first step in learning language. After they get a handle on that, rhythm helps children develop a motor pattern. The combination of rhymes and new words challenge kids in ways other children’s literature doesn’t always do. They will learn that language can be fun, and they'll gain confidence in their own reading ability. This sensible early reading book introduces toddlers and young children to letter sound... moreby Gerardo Calderon & Nelda Reyesby Shoumi SenDurga Puja is here! What does it mean to a child? New clothes, laughing with friends, yummy food and being immersed in a colorful cultural experience. Step into this book and share in Riya’s excitement as you watch this festival come alive! ‘Celebrate Durga Puja With Me!' is part of the series 'From The Toddler Diaries' and celebrates Durga Puja as experienced by 3 year old Riya. This artful portrayal of the '5 Days of Pujo' appeals to young and old alike. Shashti, Saptami, Ashtami, Navami an... more