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Book: Early Children's Book+Video+Audio - by Uncle Amos
A whimsical tale about friendship and getting things done. === HALL OF FAME REVIEWER - Grady Harp === "This is a clever twist on a solution to an age old problem - a fun, well written and illustrated story with a message!" === Top 10 AMAZON REVIEWER - Daisy "Daisy S" === "The book has a creative twist on how to get a child to want to put up their toys!" Highly recommend this book!" === Top 50 [...]
 
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: 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: 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: 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: 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: 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: Dead Children Can't Read - Classrooms of Compassion by Darleen Claire Wodzenski
Learn the meaning behind "Dead Children Can't Read" as you explore the philosophy of "Classrooms of Compassion" that promote child mental health and development. Darleen Claire Wodzenski, MS ESE, MA CMHC, QPPE, PhD Candidate - a national presenter in the areas of education, special needs, juvenile justice, and development - shares the importance of putting a child's development and mental health [...]
 
Book: Autism Runs Away - Book Two of the School Daze Series by Dr. Sharon A. Mitchell
Ethan is only in grade one and already has been kicked out of one school due to his tantrums and pattern of running away when in a panic. Now, his mom's enrolled him in a new school but remains glued to her phone, waiting for the call to tell her to come pick him up, that they can't handle him, that they don't know what to do with a child who has autism. How can she trust these strangers to look [...]
 
Book: Think Career !! The Young Person's Guide to Career Planning in the Real World by Nicole M. Quarles-Thomas
Do you really know what you want to be when you grow up? Have an idea, but don't know the first step? Need guidance or a test-free way to find the true you? Don't wait another second! Learn how to use the resources already out there for you.Turn your interests into a career just for you. Learn exactly what you need to do and create a plan. Become prepared for the real world!
 
Book: Outsmart Your Exams - 31 Test-Taking Strategies & Exam Technique Secrets for TOP Grades At School & University (SAT, AP, GCSE, A Level, College, High ...
What grades will you find in your envelope on results day? Discover 31 test-taking strategies from the new science of recall and performance to maximise your mark on exam day, and unleash your full grades potential! You want the results. Only the exams stand in your way. Months, maybe years of work are behind you, and it's all going to come down to just a few hours in the exam hall. What if there [...]
 
Book: Marijuana - A Blessing or a Curse?
Marijuana is SVG's biggest cash crop, although it is illegal, could Marijuana be the answer to the economic misery facing St Vincent and the Grenadines? Is Marijuana to be decriminalized, is it practical and feasible? Does the prohibition laws in St Vincent and the Grenadines? Would the removal of criminal prohibitions on Marijuana increase the use of the herb in the state. Would St Vincent and [...]
 
Book: Mugamore by Dr. Jonathan T. Jefferson
This book was developed to compare the real life educational experiences of an average child during the last generation in which the United States led the world in education to a real child's experiences today (when the United States is no longer in the top 20). The practice of labeling students with a disability has reached the status of a dangerous standard practice. Increasing demands for [...]
 
Book: The Kids Wore Plaid by Brianna Thorpe
I'm graduating from high school this year (2012). After attending the same school for seven years, I decided that I wanted to give something back to the place which made me who I am. And that is where the idea for "The Kids Wore Plaid" came from. I made a list of every person in my graduating class (57 people), the teachers who mean the most to me, and included two kids who passed away while at [...]
 
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: 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: 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: 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: The Nest That Could Fly by William Sawyers
This book was written for third graders. It's about a family of robins with babies, during a big storm some thing happens to the nest. I found out later children as young as three love it when it was read to them, and grand parents as old as 60 love this story as well. Beautiful color illustrations is what makes this book more entertaining. For those of you who want to know how long it took to [...]
 
Book: Lethal Copycats by Zeena Nackerdien
Inside the Mind of a Mass Shooter. Hilde is a ubiquitous sixteen-year-old growing up in suburbia. Abandoned to a life of loneliness by alcoholic parents, she turns to the Internet for solace. Here, she bonds with likeminded friends and finds comfort in the rage expressed by the Columbine mass school shooters. The diary of a real-life mass-school shooter becomes her template for mimicking his [...]
 
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: SAMI THE MAGIC BEAR - No To Bullying! by Murielle Bourdon
Thomas is a very smart student at his school. He excels in Math and French, but because of this he is called "teacher's pet" and "Genius" by the basketball team captain, Victor, and his friends. After school one day, coincidentally on his birthday, he runs into Victor and his friends and gets bullied verbally and physically. He does not tell his parents or grandparents when he gets home, but [...]
 
Book: Myagrace Wants to Get Ready - A True Story Promoting Inclusion and Self-Determination by Jo Meserve Mach
MyaGrace loves music and dancing. Her school is having a big dance and she wants to go with her friend Emily. She has so much to do to get ready. What should she wear? How should she fix her hair? What color should she paint her fingernails? Will she get everything done in time? Finding My Way Books honor children with special needs or disabilities by sharing their stories.
 
Book: Wise Up - Be the Solution: Establish a learning culture in your home and help your child succeed in school by James L. Casale
As parents, we simply want what's best for our children, but sometimes the modern education system does not always cater to the individual needs of every child. Each child is unique and requires different amounts of attention and support. As your child's first teacher, you are the most influential factor on his or her growth academically, emotionally, and psychologically. In Wise Up and Be the [...]
 
Book: GENIUS INTELLIGENCE - Secret Techniques and Technologies to Increase IQ (The Underground Knowledge Series Book 1) by James & Lance Morcan
The brain's potential is the human potential! What if there are faster and easier ways to learn and study than the modi operandi currently being taught in mainstream education systems? GENIUS INTELLIGENCE: Secret Techniques and Technologies to Increase IQ is the ultimate treatise on accelerated learning methods. Written by novelists, filmmakers and independent researchers James Morcan & Lance [...]
 
Book: Keeping Your Kids Safe What Parents Don't Tell Their Kids (The Tough Love Series) by Kevin P. Jackson
Today's parents need all the help they can get. Your kids do, too. Where can we find the simple truth about one of life's most important jobs - parenting? How can we boil down difficult situations to their bare essences, and communicate these truths to our children? How can we keep them safe? Simply put and straight from the heart, "Keeping Your Kids Safe - What Every Parent Needs to Know" is a [...]
 
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: Autism Belongs - Book Three of the School Daze Series by Dr. Sharon A. Mitchell
Manny is not like other children. He doesn't talk. He doesn't leave the house. His parents desperately try to arrange their world so that Manny does not get upset. Because, when he does, well, the aggression was getting worse. Too many times Tomas had to leave work to rescue his wife from the havoc of their son's meltdowns. At ten, Manny was becoming difficult to handle. Passing by a bakery made [...]
 
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: 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: DEMYSTIFYING ECONOMICS - The Book That Makes Economics Accessible to Everyone by Allen Smith, Ph.D.
Demystifying Economics: Expanded Third Edition is a survey of basic economics written in simple language with the use of concrete examples that relate economics to ordinary daily life. The content includes most of the topics covered in an introductory college level economics course, but the material is presented in a very reader-friendly format. Dr. Karen S. Conway of the University of New [...]
 
Book: Tractors, Diggers & Dozers - A Childhood Education Science Picture Book About Tractors, Diggers & Bulldozers by Lilley Light
Written by Lilly Light, 'Tractors, Diggers and Dozers - A Childhood Education Science Picture Book About Tractors, Diggers & Bulldozers' is a non-fiction introduction to the wonderful world of heavy equipment. The book is filled with colorful photographs that look amazingly good on all devices and are sure to please younger children and kids ages 6-8 and also boys and men. Lilley presents the [...]
 
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: 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: Bud Hawthorne Revue - Volume 1 - A Music Teacher's Lament by Bud Hawthorne
The Bud Hawthorne Revue is an annual to bi-annual publication featuring a new teacher once to twice a year. Every issue tells the story of another under-valued educator, and asks the question, what is happening to the teaching profession in these United States of ours? Volume 1 is the story of Bud Hawthorne himself, as he resolves to resign and finally leaves his position as an elementary school [...]
 


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