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Book: No-Sweat Home Schooling - The Cheap, Free, and Low-Stress Way to Teach Your Kids!by Kelly Wallace
*Third Edition - 2018 Updated* This book has been ... #1 in Kindle Store...Homeschooling! #1 in Kindle Store...Parenting & Relationships! #1 in Kindle Store...Education & Reference! The decision to home school your kids is one you'll never regret, though the path can often be confusing and frustrating. I fully believe that homeschooling should be as much fun for you as it is for your children. [...]
 
Book: A School Year of Caring by Betty Mermelstein
Beth is a second grade teacher who deals with the realistic and sometimes humorous situations that are part of her class. She must make daily decisions concerning children who misbehave, who are often absent, whose skills are not progressing, and who suffer abuse at home. The consequences of reporting abuse turn violent for Beth, but she remains determined to do the right thing. When she meets a [...]
 
Book: Homeschooling - How To Get Started by Melissa Correale
Are you thinking of homeschooling your children? Do you worry about socialization if you do home school? Are you just curious about what homeschooling really is? If you are interested in the pros and cons of homeschooling children, This book has a lot of beneficial information. For the people just starting out this book will show you how to get started as well as give tips on how to keep your [...]
 
Book: Retreat to Shelter Creek by Lee Carver
A Roof and a Pig: Just the Treatment She Needs for a Broken Heart - Fleeing her disastrous marriage, Ashley Brooker returns to Shelter Creek to help her grandmother through chemo. Austin Chism renews their teen friendship and demonstrates stamina through Texas heat and life's hard spots. Her path away from bitterness depends on their growing relationship, as well as the family guard-pig and [...]
 
Book: Stories From Ekron Elementary by Ben Woodard
These short stories were inspired by the students of Ekron Elementary. Children's Author, Ben Woodard, challenged the students to write a story using techniques that they learned in school and during his visit. All five classes came up with wonderful stories that Ben edited, trying to stay true to the children's ideas. The book contains tales of dragons, unicorns, a space ship, time travel, and [...]
 
Book: Finding King Onomatopoeia and Other Stories by Lee B. Woods
Lee Woods has written a book for students who are tired of the same old grammar rules. "Students can learn how to write now, when they are young and searching. We make learning fun for adults, why not students?" Using humor, goofy characters, suspense, dialogue, and language play, Woods gives students 31 episodes and exercises in planning and mechanics that can satisfy core standards. His [...]
 
Book: Ed's Journal - Sportsmanship by Jordan Crowl
The book is part of a series of books and Sportsmanship is book 07. With a new girl at school named Katie starts giving Jade a hard time at the final out of the kickball game during recess. We find them both arguing over that final out. Ed, Corey and Jade find themselves in a situation that every kid finds themselves in. It comes down to you chosen the right path so Ed, Corey and Jade can have [...]
 
Book: Success for Every Student - A Guide to Teaching and Learning by Oran M Tkatchov
Veteran educators team up for the release of their second book, Success for Every Student: A Guide to Teaching and Learning, which was released by Rowman & Littlefield Publishing Group. With all the multi-tiered interventions, assessment software, aligned textbooks, digital content, and scripted curriculum available to the field, some might question if the role of the teacher is significant in [...]
 
Book: Simple Steps to Sentence Sense for High School by Charlene Tess
This eBook is the easy way to teach grammar and usage to High School Students. This book is a complete course in grammar and usage. Thousands of students and their teachers use this grammar workbook. They say: "It works! It's fun!" This powerful book comes complete with lessons written directly to the student, overhead transparency masters for easy instruction, group and individual practice [...]
 
Book: Ed's Journal - Bullying by Jordan Crowl
The book is about a boy named Ed that illustrates and writes in his journals. Each story is a character word that effects him or his friends. This book is about his best friend Jade getting Bullied at school and Ed and Corey trying to help. Jade is looking for the best way to handle the Bully and goes through three alternative paths. With each path different Jade needs to find the best way to [...]
 
Book: Autism Goes to School - Book One of the School Daze Series by Dr. Sharon A. Mitchell
Ben isn't prepared for parenthood - and he definitely isn't prepared for parenting a child with autism. But after receiving custody of five-year-old Kyle, a son he didn't know he had, he's going to have to figure it out - and fast! As the sole-caregiver, Ben must restructure his 60h work week and adjust to caring for someone other than himself; a someone who will hardly look at him. Things get [...]
 
Book: Unworthy Manna by Mark G Nolan
This book delves deep into the subject of the communion table of the Lord, and asks the question are you unwittingly taking the bread and the wine in an unworthy manner? The evangelist reveals the truth behind a false teaching that he believes has been propagated through error being taught in bible colleges throughout the world, and is deeply rooted in the modern churches of today. He also [...]
 
Book: High School Substitute Teacher's Guide - YOU CAN DO THIS! by Cherise Kelley
School districts can award emergency teaching credentials for substitute teachers. Their need is almost always dire enough that they will. This book explains not only how to get a high-school substitute teaching job, but also how to do the job so well that it will be rewarding in and of itself. Being an excellent substitute can also open the door to a regular full-time teaching position, if [...]
 
Book: EMAILS FROM CHINA [Two Aussie Teachers Far From Home] by Robert Mitchell
LITTLE DID WE KNOW WHAT WE HAD LET OURSELVES IN FOR! These are the emails we sent home to Australia from the two schools in China at which we taught. They were usually written only hours after the experiences and emotions which they describe. They were written to friends from whom nothing was held back. They describe the schools, the teachers, the students, places we visited, and the experiences [...]
 
Book: Drabsville by Jan Clifton Watford
Drabsville, is a picture book about Matthew John Paul Abernathy, a bright boy that lives in a very drab town. After he dreams in color of how to change his surroundings to a more colorful environment, he succeeds in making his home, and town a brighter more colorful place. This educational story introduces the primary and how to mix the secondary colors in addition to the importance of color.
 
Book: Teaching College - The Ultimate Guide to Lecturing, Presenting, and Engaging Students by Norman Eng, Ed.D.
Your students aren't reading. They aren't engaged in class. Getting them to talk is like pulling teeth. Whatever the situation, your reality is not meeting your expectations. Change is needed. But who's got the time? Or maybe you're just starting out, and you want to get it right the first time. If so, Teaching College: The Ultimate Guide to Lecturing, Presenting, and Engaging Students is the [...]
 
Book: LIVE FROM YOUR CLASS - Everything I Learned about Teaching, I Learned from Working at Saturday Night Live to Increase Student Engagement by Teaching to ...
High-School Teachers, Look No Further! What's the one trait students universally say they want in a teacher? A sense of humour. This practical and entertaining book shows teachers how they can specifically bring more humour into students' lives because when they're laughing, they're learning. In Jamie Mason Cohen's super, easy-to-read and entertaining style he applies the stories from his time at [...]
 
Book: Stop Teaching Our Kids to Kill - A Call to Action Against TV, Movie and Video Game Violence by Lt. Col. Dave Grossman and Gloria DeGaetano
Completely revised and updated, a much-needed call to action for every parent, teacher, and citizen to help our children and stop the wave of killing and violence gripping America's youth Newtown, Aurora, Virginia Tech, Columbine. Thereis no bigger or more important issue in America than youth violence. Kids, some as young as ten years old, take up arms with the intention to murder. Why is this [...]
 
Book: Class Letters - Instilling Intangible Lessons through Letters by Claire Chilton Lopez
In an attempt to reach her students on a more personal level, Anne English, single mom and high school English teacher, begins writing them letters and asking for honest responses. Taking place over one full school year, Class Letters reveals how letter-writing can lead to deep, and unlikely, connections.
 
Book: Parenting Wisdom - What To Teach The Children by Richard Andrew King
PARENTING WISDOM is a must for any parent and for all parents to be. Richard Andrew King should be called Dr. King. His books are of the magnitude that will be read with reverence for generations to come. ~ Dr. Victoria Ford, J.D. Parenting is the most important and critical job in life because it encompasses the cultivating and sculpting of life itself as reflected in our children - the sanctity [...]
 
Book: The Freedom Club by Cindy Vine
'The thing with being invisible, is that people forget that you are there and they say confidential things you are not supposed to know. It's a bit like being painted with body paint so that you blend into the surroundings and become one with the background. If you are quiet you cease to exist.' When Maddie was ten years old her teacher told her class to keep a Thought Journal to record their [...]
 
Book: Down with the Dance (Middle School Mayhem) by C.T. Walsh
Middle School Mayhem: Down with the Dance is the first book in this action-packed, hilarious series. Meet Austin Davenport, whose fabulous luck landed him on this earth only eleven short months after his brother, Derek, putting them in the same grade. While Austin's brain power is unmatched, it appears as if his brother got all the athletic gifts and the family butt-chin, meaning their parents [...]
 
Book: Make Big Money and Live Like a Millionaire by Teaching English to Oil-Rich Arabs by David Kessel
Teach English in the Middle East and get your hands on that Arab oil money! There are possibly three ways to make a lot of money without going into business: 1)Become a lawyer - 2)Become a doctor - 3)Become an English teacher in the oil-rich Arabian (Persian) Gulf countries. The third profession is a highly guarded secret, and you won't read about it on Internet news or hear about it from your [...]
 
Book: How to Succeed in High School and Prep for College - Book 1 of How to Succeed in High School, College and Beyond College by Phyllis Zimbler Miller
HOW TO SUCCEED IN HIGH SCHOOL AND PREP FOR COLLEGE is ideally targeted at students entering 9th grade, and the information is valuable for students at any grade in high school, especially those planning to apply to college. And this book is NOT only for the best students. This book is expressly written for all students -- including those who will be the first in their families to attend college. [...]
 
Book: MBA 101 - The Business School Admissions Guide by Someone from the Committee by Marcus Young
Find out what Admission Committees are looking for! Read on your PC, Mac, smart phone, tablet or Kindle device. If you're new to the MBA application process, this book is meant for you. This book is written to de-mystify some of the admissions process and provide you with a solid foundation of information that you can build upon as you continue the MBA application process. Find out: -What [...]
 
Book: Propeoms by Saphala John
Has your kid stained the carpets or cried for pink Barbie dolls ? Did they ever make huge messes ? Read the poem "Where I am from " to travel through the innocence of a growing baby. Are farewells painful? May be, but it is also a time to welcome the new that is waiting for you. Enjoy the brilliant poetic narration of joy and happiness that farewell brings in the poem "Hello, Good-Bye". Who is [...]
 
Book: Little Missy Two-Shoes Likes to Go to School by Dr. Margaret Aranda and Marguerite A. Ferrante
Well, what is "school," anyway, said Little Missy Two-Shoes to herself. She was just fine staying at home playing with her toys and her bunny and her dog. She liked to pull all her toys out of her toybox, look at each one with familiarity, then sit down when she had them all strewn around her in a random pile. What's wrong with that? Why did she have to leave the house to go to "Pre-School" or [...]
 
Book: School For Jamie by Angela Rigley
This is the third book in the saga of Jamie. Having made up his mind that he wants to go to boarding school, Jamie is excited, although Tillie still has reservations. However, it doesn't match up to his expectations. Then there is the worry that he won't be home to protect Alice from the nanny who he thinks might harm her, now he is not there to bear the brunt of her spite. He finds it hard to [...]
 
Book: Justice for a Texas Marshall - Marshall Morris is at it again! by Robert John DeLuca
Marshall Morris is a unique young man who bounces from one bizarre predicament to another. He is on the football squad as a senior at Justice High in south Texas. The team is expected to have an awesome season. Unfortunately, coach Warren Wilson, decided long ago that Marshall will never amount to much and hardly ever lets him play. The coach is a a bully, who has favorites but no time for hard [...]
 
Book: The Dream Hiker by Padmaja Khanna
It started out as the usual sort of dream one night, but it certainly didn't end that way. This is the story of Jack Treole, a seventeen-year-old high school student, who discovers that his dreams may not be as unreal as he has always believed them to be. As he explores this idea with two accidental friends, he gets sucked into an adventure, complete with exotic destinations and a mysterious [...]
 
Book: 1 Year of Sunday School Lessons for 3-5 Year Olds by Angela E. Powell
Preschoolers have a LOT of energy. Working with this age group can be challenging as well as rewarding. How do you keep their attention so they don't wander off in the middle of story time? Or decide that a game of tag is more interesting than prayer time? This curriculum is designed to teach preschoolers in a variety of practical ways, including hands-on activities, games, and crafts. Each [...]
 
Book: Towards a SuperSymmetric Quark Theory of the Elementary Particles by Collin Carbno
For a long time it has been realized that if there was a supersymmetry between the known particles it would have theoretical advantages in quantum theories. But where are the SUSY (Supersymmetrical partners) of existing particles, and why haven't we found them? Are they all for some reason much more massive than ordinary particles? What if the supersymmetry existed not at the particle level but [...]
 
Book: High in School by Salman Aditya
*** 5-STAR RATINGS ON GOODREADS *** From the famous drunk comedian from Indonesia comes this humorous coming-of-age story about unusual high school study group adventure. James just wants to sit tight and be a normal freshman in his new high school. But after a few days he realizes it won't be. He doesn't have any idea how to study and he met many strange characters. In order to survive his first [...]
 
Book: 10 little frogs off to school (Nursery rhymes) by Simona Molino
10 colourful froggies on their first day at school listen intently to their teacher,but distractions get in the way! A spider web, a fish to chase...The lesson is over, and they happily return to their pond to play and swim. "10 little frogs off to school"is an easy-to-read nursery rhyme, full of funny bright pictures, both for toddlers and children.
 
Book: The Race (an inspiring story for left-handers) by Jan Hurst-Nicholson
Vicky is left-handed and teased for being clumsy, but when her gran comes to stay Vicky learns that being left-handed has its own advantages - and in a quite spectacular way. Vicky's Granddad has died and her Gran is coming for a visit. Vicky wants to cheer her up by embroidering a cushion as a gift, but Vicky is left-handed and she struggles to learn how to sew. She decides that winning a race [...]
 


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