Dancing At The Crossroads

Stories and Activities for At-Risk Youth Programming
By Lorna Czarnota

Dancing at the Crossroads by Lorna MacDonald Czarnota is a collection of adapted short stories intended for use as moral tales with what the author describes as ‘at-risk youth,’ although the text can also be put to other uses. The first portion of the book...

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Dyslexia: Time For Talent

The Ultimate Guide for Parents and Children
By Carolina Frohlich

The book Dyslexia: Time for Talent by Carolina Fröhlich is written from the perspective of a person with dyslexia, a parent with dyslexic children, and a support teacher for pupils with dyslexia. The author is all of the above and through this book she proves...

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Discovering Pompeii

Discovering Ancient Sites
By Natasha Sheldon

In Discovering Pompeii, author Natasha Sheldon takes you on a tour of the must-see sights in the Italian region of Campania. She takes you to explore the houses, temples, bathhouses, and brothels of the ancient city that is famous for its tragic demise. This guidebook...

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Die No More

A New Beginning Immortality
By Ralph Milione B.S.PH

Die No More: A New Beginning Immortality by Ralph Milione B.S.PH. is an informative, educational book. It contains theories, studies, and observations for the general public to better understand disease prevention, treatments, cures, therapies, diet, foods, federal regulations and much more, when it comes to...

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Do NOT Invent Buggy Whips

Create! Reinvent! Position! Disrupt!
By Kenneth J. Thurber

Are you a creative person, or someone who has brilliant ideas about inventing things? Then this book is sure for you! In the first two parts of his book, Kenneth Thurber talks about a framework he developed that is useful for thinking about and conceiving...

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Disorder in the Classroom

Or a Firsthand Account of Substitute Teaching in the Chicago Public Schools System
By Janice M. Hypolite

Janice Hypolite retired from her position as an accountant, spent time with her daughters and then decided to pursue her desire to teach. In the 1980s it was very easy to achieve certification to substitute teach. After a short while she returned to accounting. In...

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Disregarded

Transforming the School and Workplace through Deep Respect and Courage
By Jack Bender

As a former teacher, I applaud Jack Bender for his book Disregarded.  The atmosphere in one particular school was disheartening.  It was a “me against the world attitude.”  An “I’ll get you before you get me stance.”  Of course it was not all the faculty--just...