How to Survive Elementary School

An Informative Guide Based on Parents' and a 4th Grader's Perspectives.
By Roseanney Liu, Morgan Getting

How To Survive Elementary School by Roseanney Liu and Morgan Getting sheds light on the issues and experiences students face at different grade levels in elementary school. The book speaks about the good, the bad, and the interesting from the points of view of the...

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Humans

From Nothing to Now
By Brett Ashcroft Harrison

Humans: From Nothing to Now by Brett Ashcroft Harrison is a book that combines knowledge from a variety of disciplines — spirituality, philosophy, history, science, anthropology, and more — to redefine the place that humanity has in the universe. The book explores the conundrum of...

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How To Make A Children's Book For Kindle

A Complete Guide To Formatting Of Children's Books For The Kindle
By Mark Watson

How to Make a Children’s Book for Kindle is not a how to write a children’s book guide. It will not teach you how to write or illustrate a children’s book. Instead, this book focuses on how to take your completed manuscript and illustrations and...

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Highly Effective Teaching Strategies

Winning in the Classroom
By Marc Hoberman

Highly Effective Teaching Strategies is a great book for developing course outlines and instruction motives that can be used for years—even if the type of curriculum changes. Author Marc Hoberman provides lots of examples of how he prepares lesson plans, adds questions, and discusses a...

Hurry Up Nurse

Memoirs of Nurse Training in the 1970's
By Dawn Brookes

Hurry Up Nurse: Memoirs of Nurse Training in the 1970's is a non-fiction memoir written by Dawn Brookes. Brookes has worked with the National Health Service for thirty-nine years, receiving training and certification as both a State Enrolled Nurse and a Registered General Nurse. The...

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How to Befriend, Tame, Manage, and Teach Your Black Dog Called Depression Using CBT

Accessible CBT techniques, CBT principles, CBT worksheets, and on-line CBT resources for depression in a nutshell
By Dr James Manning

How to Befriend, Tame, Manage, and Teach Your Black Dog Called Depression Using CBT by Dr James Manning is a powerful book with a message that will undoubtedly help millions of people battling their “black dogs” of depression. “Black Dog” has been used before by...

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How Do Cats Do That?

Discover How Cats Do The Amazing Things They Do
By Peter Scottsdale

How Do Cats Do That? is an educational book written by Peter Scottsdale. With cats being such mysterious and endearing animals, finding a book such as this for younger readers is truly wonderful. Encompassing many curiosities, Peter Scottsdale has answered questions about how a...

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Herbal Lore

A Guide to Herbal Medicine
By K.J. Simmill

Herbal Lore: A Guide to Herbal Medicine by K.J. Simmill is a unique book on the applications of herbs in medicine and magic. This book will appeal to those with an interest in herbal medicine, as well as those who are intrigued by how herbs...

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How to be Deaf

By Rosie Malezer

Rosie Malezer is an astounding woman. She is a writer, proofreader, copy editor, blogger, and the author of seven books. She is also profoundly deaf. As such, she is certainly qualified to write a book titled How to be Deaf, but given that she is...

How to Swear & Love in Dutch

By Ingeborg Stinissen

How to Swear & Love in Dutch is written by Ingeborg Stinissen who, while once on vacation, was asked by strangers how to say the worst swear words in Dutch. She wrote as many words as she could on a napkin, which led to the...

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