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by Orly katz------------------------------------------------------- Por Daisy S- HALL OF FAME - TOP 10 REVIEW - ERVINE VOICE --------------------------------------------------------- "Este es uno de los MEJORES libros para niños que he leído. Enseña muy bien la lección de cómo deshacerse de las DIZZIES (los pensamientos negativos). ¡Las imágenes son coloridas y fáciles de ver, incluso en el Kindle más pequeño! Papás y mamás: este es un libro que disfrutarán leer con sus hijos e incluso lo disfrutarán ley... more
by Dr. Orly KatzIt happened in the middle of a math class. The teacher asked a question which I knew the answer to...it was as clear as day so I decided to pluck up the courage to raise my hand. Up to this day I’m not sure who was more excited, me for having raised my hand, or my teacher who was seeing me ready to answer a question (and open my mouth to talk) for the first time since I’d landed in her class… “Yes, what’s the answer?” asked the teacher… I’m sure you know the feeling of those moments wh... more
by Raghu PandeyA 'Currific' Book on Digital Citizenship (Internet Maturity) -------------------------------------------------------------------------- It is aimed at students of schools & colleges, teachers and parents. It uses an innovative way 'Fiction for Curriculum' ('Currific') to teach Internet Maturity concepts to students and make them mature digital citizens. The story and dialogue method used in this book makes it fun to read. Details --------- iMature means 'Internet Mature' - a person who is... more
by Carrie Leigh SandovalJournals Have Feelings Too is a quick, but highly impactful and practical guide to journaling – why it works and what to write about. For someone like Carrie, who struggled with mental illness and addiction, journaling became her go-to tool to unveil what was really going on inside of her and what steps she had to take to turn her life around. In the book she walks you through the exact steps she used to create more happiness, love and abundance in her own life.
by Wolfgang MackQuestions that all of us are facing: Why have our codes of moral behavior changed so much in the last few decades?- How are we to deal with our new sexual freedoms, at school, at the work place and in our social lives? - What are we to do to help young people develop healthy attitudes on their sex lives? - And why do we get so worked up over occasional sexual missteps of people in power positions when we should be paying a lot more attention to the Morality of their policies? ... more
by Orly katzIt happened on our school trip. He sat next to me, glancing over at me all the time…and in the end whispered a “compliment” in my ear, a compliment that I didn’t forget for years: “You could be really beautiful if it wasn’t for your nose…” Oops…had I heard right? I’d never had a problem with my nose, but I did after that… There are no two ways about it – all of us at some time or other try to change what can’t be changed: if only I was taller, if only I was prettier and smarter… Let me s... more
by Orly katzIt all started on one completely normal afternoon when Claire invited her friend Penny to come over to her house. They chatted on Facebook for a while until Claire went out of the room for a few minutes. The moment she stepped out of the door Penny went straight back to the computer which was still open on Claire’s Facebook page, and without blinking an eye lid started writing really insulting comments in Claire’s name on the wall of Claire’s best friend… Interested to read what happen... more
by Bob Dix
by John MikaelianReality Check: A College Student's Survival Guide is the ONLY college survival guide written by a current college student/young adult. John Mikaelian is a first-generation college student and he transferred to San Diego State University from Los Angeles Valley College for the Fall 2013 semester. After working in the retail industry – a top performer – for over four years, Mr. Mikaelian wanted to share the knowledge and experience he obtained throughout his educational and professional career... more
by Delcio Mauro Neto de AlmeidaI am fighting with myself, trying to find a breakthrough and also motivating myself and you to follow the dreams and finding yourself which is the very first step of living the dream.
by Alysia MercerThe story unfolds with Amy, an independent girl with a very busy life. Amy’s family is introduced, including her mom, brother (Tommy), and dog (Waggy). Amy is so busy that she does not realize just how sick her mom is, and suddenly she has to learn how to handle her mom’s death. Her independent nature takes over, leaving her alone in her grief. Through her sadness, Amy channels her grief through a little white butterfly that suddenly appears. The little white butterfly flutters around Amy during... more
by Marc Aronoff
Over two million teens smoke pot, some everyday, and ONE TOKE: A Survival Guide for Teens by Marc Aronoff, MA LMHC, is the first book to address this fact in a straight-forward and useful manner. Written by a licensed mental health counselor who has worked with youth at risk for over 20 years, the book is about making smart decisions and harm reduction, offering clear, cogent counsel for teens and parents who are open to guidance about the realities of ... more
by joan l. ramirezThe story of one young girl's struggles as an Autistic Learner that shows we can all learn but in different ways.