Babel

A Guide to the East-West Encounter
By D. Ofer Grosbard

The fourth and the last volume in the Cultural Code series, Babel: A Guide to the East-West Encounter by Dr. Ofer Grosbard puts all the pieces of the puzzle together. This culminating volume is the result of Grosbard’s professional maturing process where he presents four...

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Both Sides

The Classroom from Where I Stand
By Rebecca Potter

Both Sides: The Classroom From Where I Stand by Rebecca Potter is a wonderful book that shares stories of teaching and the connection between a teacher and a student. The collection of narratives shared by the author connects readers to crowded classrooms, students, and their...

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Broken Spirit

Let It Go So You Can Grow
By Maryam Bey

In 2006, Maryam Bey, a Senior Counsellor in the prison system, experienced a huge awakening that would change the futures of many black and Hispanic inmates. Her view that they were being sentenced to a vicious circle of imprisonment because of their lack of education...

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Better By The Letter

By Sandi Washburn

Better By The Letter by Sandi Washburn is a handy manual that gives readers 26 strategies to help them feel better in alphabetical order. Many times teachers are put under stress by asking them to regulate their emotions, to plan and organize, to learn new...

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Brain Stages

How to Raise Smart, Confident Kids and Have Fun Doing It, K-5
By Patricia Wilkinson, Jacqueline Frischknecht

Brain Stages: How to Raise Smart, Confident Kids and Have Fun Doing It, K-5 by Patricia Wilkinson and Jacqueline Frischknecht is a good way for parents to realize the influence they have over their children's brain development. Kids' brains are elastic and this book...

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Breaking the STEM Stereotype

Reaching Girls in Early Childhood
By Amanda Alzena Sullivan

Breaking the STEM Stereotype: Reaching Girls in Early Childhood by Amanda Alzena Sullivan is an insightful and empowering book that will guide parents, educators, and any adult who is in contact with children to address the gender inequality of women in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering,...

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Braving Change

5 Steps to Overcoming your Fear of Change and Facing Life with Joy (Change Series)
By Colin Rochford

Change is constant but there are many people out there who feel intimidated by change and find it difficult to accept change. Braving Change: 5 Steps to Overcoming your Fear of Change and Facing Life with Joy (Change Series Book 1) by Colin Rochford gives...

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Best is Temporary - Be Better

By Joe Jekel

Who am I? Why am I here? What is my purpose? How did I get here? What can I do to better my life? These are questions we all ask ourselves at one time or another. We are all on a road to self-discovery but...

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Balanced Accountability

3 Secrets to Win Hearts and Maximize Performance
By Hernani Alves

Balanced Accountability: 3 Secrets to Win Hearts and Maximize Performance by Hernani Alves is a book that digs through the rubble in leadership and management to identify the key components of the kind of accountability that drives peak performance and success in an organization. This...

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Becoming a Nurse

In Mid-twentieth Century America
By Nancy Greenleaf

Becoming a Nurse: In Mid-twentieth Century America is a nonfiction memoir written by Nancy Greenleaf. Greenleaf wasn’t really quite sure how her decision to go into nursing actually came to be. It was 1955, and she had been blindsided by her boyfriend’s confession that he...

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