College Mania

Is a University the New Doctor?
By Joshua Flapan

College Mania (Is a University the New Doctor?) by Joshua Flapan is a non-fiction educational book that would appeal most to a mixed audience of students considering college, parents with kids considering college, and those in college. This book focuses on the different elements involved...

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Careering

The Pocket Guide to Exploring Your Future Career
By Tamara S. Raymond

Careering: The Pocket Guide to Exploring Your Future Career by Tamara S. Raymond is a guide for anyone starting a new career, but it is mostly geared towards high school and college students. It has a workbook in it to help you out. Tamara S....

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Critical Thinking Junkie

How to Develop Critical Thinking
By Howie Junkie

Critical Thinking Junkie: How to Develop Critical Thinking is written by Howie Junkie. What exactly is critical thinking, and how do you know if you possess it? If you find negotiating for what you want difficult and find that your views can be swayed easily,...

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Crushing Dyslexia

The "How-To" Book of Effective Methods for Helping People With Dyslexia
By Carol S. Fitzpatrick

Crushing Dyslexia: The "How-To" Book of Effective Methods for Helping People With Dyslexia by Carol S. Fitzpatrick, M.S. Ed. is a useful and handy guide for all parents, teachers, tutors, counselors, and therapists to meet the challenges of handling dyslexic children, students, and patients by...

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Cardboard Confessionals

By Mitch Reed

Cardboard Confessionals by Mitch Reed is a compilation of responses provided by young students when he implemented a social experiment/project for his sociology students at Waverly-South Shore. Seven questions were composed and a cardboard box set up where the students could anonymously submit their answers....

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Common Sense for Our Common Good

A Parent Guide to Good Schools
By Jim Baumann

Common Sense for Our Common Good: A Parent Guide to Good Schools by Jim Baumann is a great guidebook for parents. The information is listed in groups of three and clearly explained. Essentially, it's an easy read and discusses what makes a school good, focusing...

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Con Artistry

How to Spot and Deal with a Con Artist to Avoid the Different Types of Scams
By Edwin Piers, Instafo

Toward the end of Con Artistry by Edwin Piers, Instafo, the author states: “A con artist is only as great as its victim”. How very true, and one might add that the less informed the victim, the greater the con artist’s chances of success. That’s...

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Crimes Against Learning

Solving the Serial Failure of School Reform
By Kit Marshall, Gary D. Soto, Becky Salato

Crimes against Learning: Solving the Serial Failure of School Reform by Kit Marshall, Gary D. Soto and Becky Salato is a spellbinding, pioneering book in the area of education that explores the relevance of the education that has been provided to students till date, and...

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Child Decoded

Unlocking Complex Issues in Your Child's Learning, Behavior or Attention
By Marijke Jones, Kim Gangwish, Robin E. McEvoy

Child Decoded (Unlocking Complex Issues in Your Child's Learning, Behavior or Attention) by Marijke Jones, Kim Gangwish, and Robin E. McEvoy is a non-fiction parenting book that would appeal most to an audience of parents, teachers, counselors, and other child care professionals. This book serves...

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Classics

Why and How We Can Encourage Children to Read Them
By Fiza Pathan

Classics (Why and How We Can Encourage Children to Read Them) by Fiza Pathan is a non-fiction educational book. Classics would appeal most to an audience of adults employed in educationally based or teaching positions, parents, aunts/uncles, grandparents, as well as anyone else who...

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