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  • 5 Pro MCAT Test Prep Tips

    by Emma Marie
    The following pro tips are essential for adequate preparation and excellent performance in the MCAT exams:

    MCAT stands for Medical College Admissions Test. The MCAT test is a requirement for all the students who are aspiring to join a medical school in Canada and the USA. The Association of American Medical Colleges is the board that gives out the MCAT exams. Preparing for exams is mandatory for academic success. The following pro tips are essential for adequate preparation and excel... more
  • Dinosaur Growing up Grateful

    by Wanda Carter Roush

    Turns out a grateful heart is a happy heart

    Studies have shown the habit of gratitude changes not only your mood, but your mind and body too. Inspire your child to express thankfulness daily in all parts of their lives with this habit forming dinosaur journal.

     

    Introducing the Growing up Grateful Series for young ones to practice the attitude of gratitude. ... more

  • Unicorn Growing up Grateful

    by Wanda Carter Roush

    Turns out a grateful heart is a happy heart

    Studies have shown the habit of gratitude changes not only your mood, but your mind and body too. Inspire your child to express thankfulness daily in all parts of their lives with this habit forming unicorn journal.

     

    Introducing the Growing up Grateful Series for young ones to practice the attitude of gratitude. M... more

  • Your First Job: How to Make a Success of Starting Work and Make Your First Year the Launch of a Successful Career

    by Mark Blayney
    Each year thousands of young people enter the world of work for the first time and begin to compete in their careers. Your First Job provides readers with an unfair advantage by teaching them the real life techniques of how to manage themselves, people and work, things they may otherwise end up learning the hard way. As the school leaver and new graduate’s essential guide to making a success of starting work and launching a successful career, Your First Job is a must buy for new starters,... more
  • Puffy Gets Angry

    by Rich Pfeiffer
    This children's book is designed to provide a guide for for adults to help kids learn how to manage their anger. The most difficult part of anger is the automatic reaction of the primitive brain. Learning how to slow down this automatic response is the key to successfully managing anger. Becoming increasingly aware of ones anger in the body requires practice. When there is more awareness of when the angry feeling, the child can use techniques like deep breathing to calm him/her self down.
  • All the Clocks Are Wrong!

    by Benno Kreuzmair
    It is time for us finally to free ourselves from our subjugation to time! From time immemorial, people have preoccupied themselves to an ever-greater but more irrelevant degree with time. Instead of envisioning natural phenomena in which they themselves are implicated as timeless, they have attempted to get a grip on time to comprehend it, to impose time on life, or to tame life in a timely manner. In doing so, our species has not yet been able to come up with anything smarter than rendering tim... more
  • Ultimate Mindfulness Activity Book

    by Christian Bergstrom

    Kick-start and sustain a fun mindfulness practice with kids and teens.

    “This book makes it easy and is a must have for every parent and teacher!” – Denise Besic, Mother and Teacher

    Give kids lasting life skills to de-stress and calm down, navigate difficult emotions, control impulses, focus on what matters, and nurture empathy, kindness, and joy.

    In Ultimate Mindfulness Activity Book you will find:

        150+ playful mindfulness activitie... more

  • Self-Confidence 101: How to Overcome Self-Doubt and Begin to Influence Your Inner Self and Others

    by RAPHAEL DUME
    SELF-CONFIDENCE 101 IS THE SELF-HELP BOOK FOR ANYONE WHO WANTS TO OVERCOME INSECURITY, SELF-SABOTAGING, AND BOOST THEIR SELF-ESTEEM. Self-confidence is the starting point to psychological health, personal happiness, achievement,and good relationships. By the end of SELF-CONFIDENCE 101 you'll be able to: * Identify and improve self-sabotaging and behaviors that hold you back from going and getting what you want. * Learn how to treat and love yourself * Influencing your subconscious mind ... more
  • Poor Me to Soul Rich: Spiritual Currency for the Mind, Heart & Soul

    by Anthony D Brice
    How do you create a breakthrough in your life when you’re tired, frustrated, hurting, confused and scared? It’s hard to see success, happiness, and love when you feel numb and blinded by pain. Even on those days, you feel like giving up, something inside pushes you, strengthens you, and inspires you to keep going. If you’re sick and tired of feeling like Poor Me and you’re ready to be Soul Rich, this book is for you. Poor Me to Soul Rich isn’t about self-help, it’s about personal power. No ... more
  • My Feathered Friends & the Book of Poems-Part 1

    by Sunil Bhatia
    "My Feathered Friends & The Book of Poems-Part 1" (published by Partridge India) is inspired by nature and the need to search for answers to life's questions. It is a tale of companionship and help, while the "The Book of Poems" deals with diverse topics relevant in today’s times. The story follows different birds who have unique characteristics and see life differently. It is a narration by poet-author taking readers flying high on delicate wings, ascending over vast vistas of verses and lyr... more
  • The Tears of Suicide: A Complete Guide to Overcome Suicide

    by (Omnist) Chris Akpan

    You are about to read a wonderful book that will automatically transform your life in a hastymore

  • Grandpa, I’m Afraid

    by Mart Grams
    This short part is for you moms and dads that are dealing with the common fears of children from about two to seven years of age. The fears that your child goes through are normal; just relax and let Grandpa help. It?s pretty normal for children to go through phases, being afraid of different things at different times. Alli and I will deal with the most common: monsters, the dark, clowns or people in costume, insects, medicine, and shots. They develop because you?re doing a good job of exposing ... more
  • I AM Manifesto

    by SB Hilarion

    A book of 366 mantras or affirmations to raise and encourage the self-esteem and self-belief of children (plus adults), told through the eyes of young siblings Hao Finley Lee and Sabine Yi Lee. Written in the form of a journal and calendar, there is a mantra for each day of the month that Hao and Sabine focus on for their own personal growth.

  • What Matters: Lessons Learned from Life

    by Phil Rainwater
    What Matters is a book about lessons learned from life, and the experiences shared by everyone. The experiences touch on many topics, covering a multitude of situations. They reflect on different stages of personal growth, such as parenting, risk, learning, and self-esteem. The lessons are written as a series of quotes, and each quote is illustrated with a child s work of art. The accompanying art provides a visual underscore and emphasis to the quotes in a provocative, striking, yet free-flowin... more
  • I Can See Peace

    by Julie Penshorn

    This award-winning book features multicultural children and children of varied abilities, finding peace in situations where peace could be hard to find. Kids and adults alike learn to seek peace using mindful breathing and more, to cope with their various struggles. Realistic scenarios help children believe that peace can be found if they seek it.

    Seeing peace is the first in the developmental stages of children as peacemakers. It is interconnected and overlapping with being peace and w... more

  • I Want to Be a Boy

    by Hope Sarna
    Recent release “I Want to Be a Boy” from Page Publishing author Hope Sarna is a compelling picture book for little girls who can identify with Belle’s problem— Belle is not a girly girl; she likes sports, dinosaurs, and pirates, and she hates dolls and fairies; but thanks to the widespread belief of what is proper for boys and girls, she thinks she can’t have all that and still be a girl; however, her wise and accepting mother has surprising and wonderful news for her.

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