22 Sep
2014

Free world literature Kindle books for 22 Sep 14

Straylord: A Feel-Good Romantic Comedy

by Nathan Bamford

An effeminate guy meets the perfect girl, but the only way he can get close to her is to become her gay best friend.

From customer reviews -

“Loved, loved, loved it!”

“A delightful novel.”

“The whole time I was reading I could picture the movie.”

Eldon, a naturally effeminate guy, meets Lorna, the girl of his dreams. Unfortunately, Lorna thinks he bats for the other team. Not only that, she’s way out of his league. And she has a boyfriend.

So Eldon settles for being her gay best friend, and resolves to keep his hetero self in the closet. But he struggles to hide his feelings from her, all the while dealing with Lorna’s attempts to find him a man.

Then he discovers that her boyfriend is a figure from his past who knows the awful truth about him…



The Queen’s Cipher

by David Taylor

â??The truth is so hard to tell, it sometimes needs fiction to make it plausible.’

Award-winning investigative reporter David Taylor blends fact and fiction, suspense and satire into a vividly imagined novel in which an Oxford don uncovers a conspiracy of silence over the authorship of Shakespeare’s plays. The ingenious codes and ciphers of a medieval German monk disappear after his death only for one of his number codes to surface in an Elizabethan spy’s eye-witness account of what the Virgin Queen was doing behind closed doors.

Centuries later, research fellow Freddie Brett deciphers this long-forgotten report in Lambeth Palace Library and finds himself following a trail that leads him to the very book that established the Stratford actor’s credentials as a playwright and to a shadowy scientific brotherhood that treated drama as a form of mass communication. In unravelling this mystery Brett encounters not only academic opposition but an unseen enemy who will stop at nothing to possess the personal testimony of the man behind Shakespeare. As he races across Europe in search of such a prize, Brett’s life is in danger. But he was to know the full story. Even if it kills him!

The Queen’s Cipher is an extraordinary book; a highly entertaining detective story that challenges conventional history.



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22 Sep
2014

Free poetry Kindle books for 22 Sep 14

Words: A Poetry and Prose Anthology (Old Mountain Press Anthology Series Book 11)

Word’s theme is: Anything relating to reading, writing, or speaking. Seventy-nine writers from across the country contributed to this work.



You. Are. Not. Alone.

by W. R. Watkins

“You. Are. Not. Alone.” is the debut, semi-autobiographical anthology by W. R. Watkins, that takes you on a journey through the pain of isolation, the feelings of rejection; through to the joys, hopes and dreams of life.

This anthology is about healing the past; letting go of fears and regrets; embracing who you are as a human being; accepting the situations you cannot control; making peace with who you are internally and externally, and having the courage to change your life.

You. Are. Not. Alone.



True Trash: Poetry from Society’s Underbelly

by Stevie Cenko

Poetry, including “The Dumpster-Diving Amazon Trash Queen”.



The lovely ways

by krishna yadav

A collection of Hindi poems



Fearless: A Collection of Poems

by Michelle Lemae

A collection of poems that cover topics such as relationships, growing up, life changes, and love.



Relationships A Book of Poetry

by Wanda Day

A collection of poems that cover a range of relationships, from friends, to lovers and parents.



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22 Sep
2014

Free religious fiction Kindle books for 22 Sep 14

Judgment Day (Short Story)

by Gregg Bell

“Pick it up and enjoy the short, dark tale of relationships gone wrong…horribly wrong.”â??Leesie (Amazon reviewer)

Raymond, an ex-Marine, slaved his life away, working three jobs to give his wife Caroline everything she wanted. He gave her twenty years of his life, three beautiful daughters, a house in the suburbs and a carâ??and she gave him the news she’s got a new boyfriend. Now she’s coming over to pick up something she leftâ??and Raymond’s ready for her. Oh, is he ready for her.

***

Judgment Day is the twisted tale of two deeply conflicted spouses and infidelty and the extra insanity that occurs when you mix in religious fundamentalism. It shows that what a person gets is not always what they deserve. And what they deserve is not always what they get. It shows that in every life comes a Judgment Day.



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22 Sep
2014

Free horror Kindle books for 22 Sep 14

Bigfoot Tracks: A Creep Squad Collection

by Steve Vernon

Everything that you have read about Bigfoot is a lie.

Everything that you have HEARD about Bigfoot is the truth!

Enjoy three stories from the files of The Creep Squad – that pack of cryptids, legends, and nondescript rumors who fight crime and misjustice anywhere that you aren’t looking.

What if ALL the stories were true?

What if Bigfoot really did exist? What if he depended upon people’s belief in him for his very existence?

What if he needed a job and the only he was suited for was keeping the other legends in their place?

What if he joined the Creep Squad?

If you enjoy these stories be sure to hunt up Steve Vernon’s full-length Creep Squad novel, BIG HAIRY DEAL. If you pre-order the novel before Oct. 1, 2014 it is available for only 99 cents – only on Kindle.



Feast of Fear: The Taste of Fear omnibus

by Michael Bray

FEAST OF FEAR is the omnibus edition featuring all three entries in the Taste of Fear line in one single volume, as well as exclusive author notes at the start of each story. In addition, there are two extra never before in print tales included, one of which, titled FACES, is an unofficial prequel to â??WHISPER’, and shows the origins of the story which would go on to be developed into the hit bestselling novel.

Included in this book:

SCRATCHERS

â??Scratchers’ tells the story of Trenton Hughes – a man with a very small, very deadly problem. Scratching noises from behind the walls of his apartment send Trenton on a horrifying journey of discovery, as he is forced to come to terms with the impossible, and live with the deadly consequences of his actions.

SEAT 6A

A routine flight becomes a real life nightmare when a strange man boards flight 444. As the flight makes its way into a violent storm, the crew realise that the passenger in seat 6A is more than just a mere man, and must do whatever it takes to stop the supernatural being whilst at the same time ensuring that the passengers remain both safe and unaware of the danger that they are in for long enough to land the plane safely.

WATCHERS

An ancient darkness exists in the space between worlds.

A formless black thing, it sees all, waiting until the time is right to take its victim to a place beyond death. It hides in the shadows, waiting, watching.

Until tonight.

Tonight, it’s your turnâ?¦.

EXCLUSIVE NEVER BEFORE IN PRINT BONUS STORIES

THE BIRTHDAY

Locked in a windowless room with his brother. Eighteen year old Steven is offered a unique birthday gift by his sibling – a chance to escape the living hell they have endured for the past eighteen years. However this particular gift comes with a price, one which Steven and his brother may be unable, or unwilling to pay.

FACES

An unofficial prequel to the novel WHISPER, Faces tells the story of two former residents of hope house, who find that their dream home quickly morphs into a living hell, which will stretch both the bond of their love and their sanity to breaking point. Before the Whispers in the trees, there were the faces in the floorâ?¦.



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22 Sep
2014

Free travel Kindle books for 22 Sep 14

Top Ten Sights: Bogota

â??Top Ten Sights: Bogota’ is the ultimate guide to a fascinating city, giving you the background and history on the top ten attractions. We focus on the essentials; there are ten chapters of text, one on each attraction, all written by our team of experienced travel writers.

With so many different monuments, historical sights, restaurants, shops bars and nightlife to see, make sure that you experience the best of everything Bogota has to offer, and don’t miss a thing – â??Top Ten Sights: Bogota’ is the only guide you need!



Top 20 Places to Visit: London, England, UK

by Jennifer Jen

Discover London and find the best places to visit including London’s top sightseeing destinations. Take your pick London’s most-visited Top 20 attractions.

Guide includes maps, prices and opening times of all locations.

Discover the very best of London, England, UK!



Fragments of Faces and Cities

by Massimo Arzani

Fragments of faces and cities is a collage of snapshots that takes us from Salvador Bahia to Lisbon, from Genoa to Amsterdam passing through the Norwegian fjords and Malta, with a route that links the moment of writing to life itself. In the background a young woman appears. She is not yet twenty years old, with black hair and large moist eyes, her skin is warm, tanned and pleasing but her smile is shrouded in sadness. Then there is the sea. And the unsaid belief that more love can be contained in an instant than in a lifetime.



Mount Snowdon to Mount Kenya, (and back again).: Love Mountain

by Jerry Gordon

The thought of Mount Everest base-camp drove part of my trek up Mount Snowdon and Mount Kenya. If I could climb those two I could attempt a later trek up the biggest mountain of all in October 2014, to help raise funds for FragileX.

I was working temporarily near Mount Snowdon, on the holy Isle of Anglesey, so that came in handy. Before Snowdon and Mount Kenya, I climbed the island’s Holyhead Mountain twice as part of the training schedule into the bargain.

Last year my ex-partner lost our baby son in childbirth. She immersed herself in her social work carer’s job, I took time off work and drank too much beer to try and drown sorrows. But moping around is not a long term solution. As the saying goes, when you get knocked down you need to get up again. I needed a fresh challenge.

Trekking was akin to a pilgrimage. I was preparing to bare my soul to god on a mountain. And, the great African sacred mountain was merciful. Sadness, negative thought-frames were replaced with hope and love. I found love in a hopeful place, a glimpse at a bigger love, on Love-Mountain.

I hope you gain something by this book that may inform, help inspire your own life-story with its certain highs and lows. I have learned that when walking in a valley, keep walking, the higher ground will meet you, and a bigger love exists, Jerry Gordon



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22 Sep
2014

Free science fiction Kindle books for 22 Sep 14

Reality TV

by Frank Bukowski

Meet England footballer and walking brand David Crimp. Adore his vacuous bimbo of a WAG Lara. Across the table in The Murderers restaurant sit monocled conceptual artist Damon Twain and his young Chinese bride Chu-Chu, the ravishingly beautiful chart-topping classical violinist. Who will win the big eat off on tonight’s show? Which unlucky contestant will get the mystery food-poisoning dish? The fare is served up by host Soup Dogg, the black rapper and media darling with enough Michelin stars to fill a page of Amazon book reviews, fruitier language than a compote with Tourette’s, and more moves than a break dancer on fast-forward. He’s sick, he’s slick, and he’s down with the kids. When these A-listers go head to head on Sty Transatlantic’s flagship Sunday night programme Humili-ATE (think Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares v Weakest Link) it’s about to turn into the reality TV show from hell. Throw in a dash of shock factor to boost the ratings – a guest kitchen crew made up of convicted rapists and murderers – and you pretty much have all the ingredients for a recipe for disaster. Meanwhile surreal things are happening down in West Ham, where avid Humili-ATE fans Gazza and Tanya Mason find their telly taking on a strange reality all of its own. The steaks are high, the curry’s a dog, and there’s something dodgy going down in the restaurant toilets.



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22 Sep
2014

Free science Kindle books for 22 Sep 14

The Experience of Being Diagnosed With Cancer (The Red Series: Qualitative Research Book 1)

by Kathy Blough

As anyone can imagine, being diagnosed with cancer is a life-changing, terrifying event. Psychotherapist Kathy Blough reveals the lived-life experiences of three cancer patients through the process of phenomenological inquiry. Her study validates that having a diagnosis of cancer is a harrowing event, which involves a shattering of one’s current world-view and a creation and re-creation of new world-views as the process unfolds. According to the National Cancer Institute (2012) nearly one out of every two people born in 2012 will be diagnosed with cancer sometime during their life; as cancer diagnoses continue to rise, the experience of being diagnosed with cancer will become an unfortunate yet common experience. While researchers in the medical community are spending time and attention finding methods to heal the patient’s physiology, little of either is spent on understanding or healing the patient’s psychology.

The purpose of this study was to bring forth the experience of being diagnosed with cancer in its entirety. Understanding the full impact this diagnosis has on the patient can assist professionals in targeting treatments that encompass the whole person. As potently illustrated by the co-researchers in this study, cancer patients were riddled with intense emotions brought forth by the diagnosis. Since the mind and body are inseparable, both influencing the other, it is imperative that treatment focus on both. However, in the case of these subjects, treatment was geared only toward the body, leaving the emotional world unattended to by their medical clinicians. The author believes that physicians, nurses, and medical personnel in general wish to alleviate pain and suffering, yet when they avoid or disregard the necessity to acknowledge or treat the emotional world of the patient, the patient continues to be in pain and suffer. Therefore, recognizing and understanding the intrapersonal, lived-life experiences of the patient is crucial for healing the whole person.

Twenty years ago, in 1994, with the introduction of the forth edition of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual for Mental Disorders (DSM-IV), being diagnosed with a life threatening illness was recognized as a significant stressor that can precipitate post-traumatic stress disorder (Kangas, Henry & Bryant, 2002). According to the research and the patients in this study, the illness trajectory is an on-going, arduous journey characterized by fear, loss, uncertainty, pain, and trauma.

In a culture that has recently become acutely aware of the destructive nature of PTSD, it is important for physicians and medical professionals working with cancer patients to understand their precarious roles and their impact in the way they interact with and treat vulnerable cancer patients.

This study presents eight themes that emerged while researching the experience of being diagnosed with cancer. The themes consisted of 1) Initial shock and denial, 2) displaced anger, 3) being self-absorbed, 4) complying with and enduring treatment, 5) fatigue, 6) relationships, 7) wanting to feel good again, and 8) Feeling alone-people didn’t understand. These themes were emotional in content and brought to light the heavy, emotional burden the patient carries when diagnosed with this disease. The author hopes that by understanding these experiences, health professionals, as well as loved ones and caretakers, can help to alleviate fear and suffering and create an emotional, curative environment. By lightening the emotional burden and supporting the patient on an emotional as well as a physical level, cancer patients will have the opportunity to heal on all levels.



Twenty-Four Henri Rousseau’s Paintings (Collection) for Kids

by Stanley Cesar

Have you ever wanted to enrich your child with the arts and humanities?

or

Have you ever wanted to decorate your child’s room with great paintings from one of your favorite painters?

Well, you can start with Henri Rousseau’s Paintings.

Twenty-Four Henri Rousseau’s Paintings (Collection) for Kids

There are colorful, youthful, and inspirational.



Twenty-Four Francisco Goya’s Paintings (Collection) for Kids

by Stanley Cesar

Have you ever wanted to enrich your child with the arts and humanities?

or

Have you ever wanted to decorate your child’s room with great paintings from one of your favorite painters?

Well, you can start with Francisco Goya’s Paintings.

Twenty-Four Francisco Goya’s Paintings (Collection) for Kids

There are colorful, youthful, and inspirational.



Twenty-Four Frida Kahlo’s Paintings (Collection) for Kids

by Stanley Cesar

Have you ever wanted to enrich your child with the arts and humanities?

or

Have you ever wanted to decorate your child’s room with great paintings from one of your favorite painters?

Well, you can start with Frida Kahlo’s Paintings.

Twenty-Four Frida Kahlo’s Paintings (Collection) for Kids

There are colorful, youthful, and inspirational.



Twenty-Four Gustav Klimt’s Paintings (Collection) for Kids

by Stanley Cesar

Have you ever wanted to enrich your child with the arts and humanities?

or

Have you ever wanted to decorate your child’s room with great paintings from one of your favorite painters?

Well, you can start with Gustav Klimt”s Paintings.

Twenty-Four Gustav Klimt”s Paintings (Collection) for Kids

There are colorful, youthful, and inspirational.



Twenty-Four Jackson Pollock’s Paintings (Collection) for Kids

by Stanley Cesar

Have you ever wanted to enrich your child with the arts and humanities?

or

Have you ever wanted to decorate your child’s room with great paintings from one of your favorite painters?

Well, you can start with Jackson Pollock’s Paintings.

Twenty-Four Jackson Pollock’s Paintings (Collection) for Kids

There are colorful, youthful, and inspirational.



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22 Sep
2014

Free religion and spirituality Kindle books for 22 Sep 14

I Belong With You: Book 2 in the Love and Dessert Trilogy

by Shannon Guymon

Kit Kendall moved to Fircrest with her sisters, Layla and Jane in the hopes of starting over. Baking bread instead of painting is quite the transition but she’s never been happier in her life. Too bad life has a habit of throwing her curve balls and Rob Downing, the owner of the Iron Skillet might just be too much to handle. She’s not sure whether or not she should catch him or throw in her mitt. Especially when Hunter shows up and decides she’s the woman for him. As Kit tries to figure out what her heart has been telling her all along, the bakery comes under attack from a saboteur intent on ruining Belinda’s Bakery. With Layla and Michael’s wedding only weeks away, they’re determined to find the culprit because no one’s getting in the way of this happy ending.



The Hidden Agenda: An Extraordinary True Story Behind Colombia’s Peace Negotiations with the FARC (Rescue the Captors Book 3)

by Russell M. Stendal

God is moving in the hearts of powerful leaders in all the Colombian fighting factions, and peaceful meetings are now taking place in Havana, Cuba.

Marxists guerillas, right-wing paramilitary, and the Colombian government each have their own agenda. Who would have guessed a meeting of the minds would take place under the helpful auspices of communist Cuba? And that these battle-scarred leaders would give reporters and missionaries the opportunity to challenge some of their core philosophies and even pray with them?

During the often intense negotiations, it becomes obvious that even the most hardened individuals can have a change of heart. Previously seen only as men to be feared, these powerful leaders are now turning to the only one who can provide lasting peace – the Lord. The Stendals have witnessed Army generals having daily prayer and distributing Bibles to their troops, guerrilla commanders requesting and receiving prayer for healing, paramilitary commanders asking their many victims, one by one, to forgive them, and many other powerful demonstrations of what the Lord does through those willing to love their enemies. God’s agenda is winning, and we watch in awe.

About the Authors

Russell Stendal, a former hostage of Colombian rebels, is a lifelong missionary to that same group in the jungles of Colombia. He is an influential friend to military and government leaders in Colombia, Cuba, Mexico, Venezuela, and the United States. Russell’s ministry shares the gospel via twelve radio stations, hundreds of thousands of Bibles, books, and movies distributed through airplane parachute drops, and numerous speaking engagements for groups of leaders, prisoners, and individuals. Russell goes wherever the Lord leads, whether it’s to speak with a president or to go deep into the jungle to help an individual in trouble. He has witnessed thousands commit their lives to Christ.

Alethia Stendal has been a photographer/ videographer in Colombia for the past ten years. She has written and directed several documentaries about the war in Colombia. She has also been involved in the production of audio material such as the MegaVoice English Bible and has co-edited several books in English including “The Book of Daniel” by her father, Russell Stendal. In recent years, Alethia, has been the co-writer/director/producer of the full-feature film La Montaña. She also did the wardrobe design for the film. Currently she lives in Bogota, Colombia with her husband, Stephen Miller, and travels extensively inside and out of the country promoting her film and increasing awareness on issues of the conflict in Colombia.



Be Strong (Joshua): Putting God’s Power to Work in Your Life (The BE Series Commentary)

by Warren W. Wiersbe

It can seem as though today’s culture encourages weakness, not strength. And this attitude has crept into the church. Yet God’s people are called to be soldiers, and to fight for His cause and kingdom. Based on the book of Joshua, Be Strong is an inspiring guide to pursuing a victorious life.

Part of Dr. Warren W. Wiersbe’s best-selling “BE” commentary series, Be Strong has now been updated with study questions and a new introduction by Ken Baugh. A respected pastor and Bible teacher, Dr. Wiersbe shares the need for strong, dedicated believers. You’ll discover how to dodge defeat, pursue your purpose, and take hold of all God has in store for you.



Chi Healing Powers Book Set

by William Lee

MUST HAVE, PRACTICAL & POWERFUL CHI ENERGY HEALING BOOK SET

Four Complete Bestselling Chi Healing Books + 5 Video Tutorials That Will Boost Your Health, Energy, Stamina and Immunity, Protect You From the Influence of Stress and Definitely Over Deliver

This Chi Healing Powers book set will most probably stop your search for better and easier ways to improve your health, heal faster and stay strong and powerful inside and out! Just check what people say for ANY of these titles. This methods are supported by easy to understand and a p p l y guidelines that Sifu William Lee is famous for. There are images and instruction that reveal ancient methods of Traditional Chinese Methods for Healing, that are elsewhere either not known or presented in mostly complicated and ways that are difficult to understand and apply in everyday life..

This Chi Healing Powers book set is packed with guidelines, images and is supported by 5 Video Tutorials that will greatly improve your health, energy level and stamina if you decide to invest even just 15 minutes per day. Just check what other readers say about books within Chi Healing Powers book set:

5-Min Chi Boost

5-Minute Stress Management

Healing Chi Meditation

&

Total Chi Fitness

YOU DO NOT NECESARALLY NEED KINDLE DEVICE IN ORDER TO USE THIS BOOK SET, IT IS READY FOR READING ON YOUR PC or MAC

GET YOUR OWN Chi Healing Powers NOW



A Quick Jog Through the Bible

by Timothy Duke

This book is not to replace reading the bible, my intent is to make it easier for you to read and understand the bible. I will explain, in plain English, what is said in a chapter. I will explain how a book fits in with other books of the bible by grouping the books. I will show the truth of the Bible and give references for you to gain more knowledge and proof of the validity of the Bible.



Challenge Yourself, I Dare You: A Better You In 30 Days!

by Stuart Ralph

“For less than a packet of Haribo (other sweets are available) I thoroughly recommend this blisteringly inspirational read” – From a 5 Star Customer Review (Below).

Tired of getting jacked up about your New Years resolutions only to stumble 1 week into January? Or what about your year round goals, how have they gone?

Yep I too fell flat on my face (too many times).

Tell New Year’s resolutions to go jump, with this how-to guide to achieving more than you thought possible in ONLY 30 days.

Based on the last 10 years of my life I reveal all that I Learned from my 30 day challenges. The ins and outs. Triumphs and trials. But above all, the transformation. The 30 day challenges have empowered me to write a book, give up sugar, and reduce the amount of time I masturbate – it was hard (excuse the pun).

What type of challenge can I do?

- Learn German

- Learn the piano

- Quit smoking

- Do the slow carb diet

- Eat my â??10 a day’ fruit and vegetables

- Compliment 1 person each day

- Read 10 pages of a book per day

- Stop complaining

- Hug 1 person a day

- Start that novel

- Don’t lie

- Work on my basketball skills

- Exercise for 10 minutes per day

The BIG 5 benefits of this book:

- Improve or learn a skill

- Remove vices (Things that hold you back)

- Increased discipline (Yes, that is a good thing)

- Awaken you to your greatness

- Fill you with energy and excitement (Gives each day more focus)

Find out how I became healthier, more successful and happier. But more importantly, discover the tricks to getting rid of that vice in your life, or finally seeing through the skill you have always said you’d learn.

No more flakiness, the time is now.

Challenge Yourself, I DARE YOU!



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22 Sep
2014

Free reference Kindle books for 22 Sep 14

Evernote for Writers: How I use Evernote

by Clint Morey

Evernote is a great note taking tool but will it help you write a novel? Or a screenplay? Or a children’s book?

Bestselling Kindle author, Clint Morey, shares how he uses Evernote in his writing. He describes how Evernote plays an important part in creating blog posts, books, children’s books, novels and scripts. Even though he does his final writing in Scrivener and Final Draft, Evernote helps him develop projects and then monitor their success in the marketplace.



Rustle Leaves: The Old Thief

by Carol Ng Lin Joo

It is a fun reading book which is educational to children at the same time. Parents guidance along the reading with children is advised.



Wisdom Of The Ages For Teens & Simple Money Management

by Paul “Stargayzr” Posseno

Book Description

Thаnk Gоd fоr nаturе аnd Ñ?tÑ? bеаutÑ?. Thаnk the creator bесаuÑ?е Hе hаÑ? put thаt desire Ñ?n you to mаkе you аwаrе thаt you are a mÑ?llÑ?оnаÑ?rе, because nоt everybody hаÑ? that awareness. Evеn for the fасt thаt Ñ?оu Ñ?Ñ?сkеd this bооk tо read Ñ?Ñ? a mаjоr blеÑ?Ñ?Ñ?ng аnd аdvаntаgе, bесаuÑ?е nоt everybody Ñ?оur age has thаt еdgе to Ñ?nсrеаÑ?е thеÑ?r knоwlеdgе on mоnеÑ?.

Teens the wisdom of how to position themselves for the future, that a mind is a terrible thing to waste. We must take over control of our thoughts by watching what we program ourselves. That our minds are muscles that must be exercised, we must focus our determination and know that each step we take brings us ever closer to our dream, our hopes, our passions, and our loves..

What Is The Mindset Of The Winner Teen?

What Are The New Ways Of Learning?

How Do We Positively Affirm Our Ways To Success?

Do You Know The Success Code?

How Do We Create A Positive Impact On The World?

We Must Find Out The 3 Answers For The Most Obvious Questions For Today’s Teens.

What Are You Doing With Your Life?

How Do You Plan To Succeed In Life?

Who Are Your Friends, Mentors, and Superheros?

Ask most parents today what they want for their kids; the answer almost always is to be healthy, wealthy and wise.. So the next part we are Discussing Are The Attitude And Development Of The Millionaire Teen.

How To Be A Money-Wise Teen.

How To Invest In Assets, Even As A Teen

Delayed Gratification

An Entrepreneurial Spirit

How To Change Your Mindset To Bring About Abundance, Success And Joy To Your Life.

Developing the Mindset, Discover Ways Teens Can Make Money, We Look At The Challenges

Teens Face When Making Money Online. Remember Teens You Can Beat The Future Economic Crises.

Lastly we have 4 must read book for teens and their parents, We give a warning to parents . ‘Don’t Forget To Teach Your Children and Teens About Financial Literacy. This Warning Is Because We Often Were Forgotten and No One Taught Us. How Do We Instruct Ourselves That Our Children and Teens Have A Brighter Future.

MONEY MAY BE SHORT BUT WE MUST MAKE THE INVESTMENT IN OURSELVES AND FOR OUR TEENS. WE AS ONE CAN MAKE THIS WORLD A BETTER PLACE .BY MOVING ONE STEP AT A TIME IN CREATING A NEW DIRECTION AND NEW HORIZON. WE CAN REDUCE THE TIDE WANING AGAINST US IN TODAY’S ECONOMY.



Trujillo Alto,Puerto Rico-The City in the Country/La Ciudad en el Campo

by Greg Boudonck

This bilingual guide will give you the history, sights to see and other information about Trujillo Alto, Puerto Rico. There are pictures and maps. A great tool for educators, tourists and the person that just wants to know more about Trujillo Alto.



Fat Cat Stories Level 1 Book 1 at Word Family

by Karen Andor

Fat Cat Stories are designed to help children with dyslexia, moderate learning difficulties or English as an additional language learn to read.

The books work best together with a holistic programme, which is still in development, but in the meantime the books are available for those who want to start using them. The books are designed to teach one word family at a time. They use a great deal of repetition. Each book builds on the next book and this makes it possible to go at the child’s pace. Some children will need to read each book in order to get as much practice and repetition as possible. Other children will be able to read every second book or every third book. It is not recommended that more than four word families are taught at any one time. The books start off very easy with two and three letter words in order for children to experience success in reading. This in turn builds confidence and self-esteem.

Dyslexia is complex as many different issues can cause it. These books are designed to deal with as many issues as possible, including sequential processing issues, working memory issues and some aspects of visual processing. For children, who are struggling to read because of language issues or visual processing issues, they will need a professional programme to support them with these. These books can still be used together with that programme, but will not be sufficient on their own. These books are also designed for children who have learned their basic letter-sound correspondences, but are still struggling to use phonics for reading and spelling.

Instructions on how to use the books are at the back of each book.

I am an Educational Psychologist and a Learning Support Specialist and have used these books to teach children with reading difficulties. I wanted to create a resource for teachers and parents which they can use on their own to help children struggling to read. I do not claim that these books will ‘cure’ a reading difficulty. These books are part of a wider series, which is still in development. I will place an update on Amazon when more books and resources are available.



Numbers, Colors and Recognition With R-21: Ages 3.5 to 6 Years, Preschoolers and Kindergartners (Learning With R-21)

by Sandy Ingram ECE

From counting and recognizing objects to identifying colors and shapes . . . .

Preschoolers and Kindergarteners will get a chance to increase their level of concentration, while improving basic learning skills.

Parent’s participation is required for this e-workbook, which is designed to help young children experience concentration just long enough to tell the difference in a picture, or to count objects, or to determine the same or differences in a picture. The book is short, just like the attention-span, of young children.

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Build a Book

by Gill James

Inspire your students and enable them to build their own book.

This step-by step guide for teachers and writers, and the photocopiable resource that goes with it, show you how to organise creative-writing workshops with a difference and with a very tangible end product. Your students can see their work turned into a real book that has a spine and can sit on a shelf, raising money for charity at the same time.

Students will:
- Improve their writing
- Write with a purpose
- Learn about commerce and enterprise
- Engage with the local and wider community

Teachers and writers will learn how to:
- Plan and organise your workshops
- Get the best writing out of your students
- Maximise the impact of your book
- Build a book with little or no financial outlay



Fat Cat Stories Level 1 Book 10 ut Word Family

by Karen Andor

Fat Cat Stories are designed to help children with dyslexia, moderate learning difficulties or English as an additional language learn to read.

The books work best together with a holistic programme, which is still in development, but in the meantime the books are available for those who want to start using them. The books are designed to teach one word family at a time. They use a great deal of repetition. Each book builds on the next book and this makes it possible to go at the child’s pace. Some children will need to read each book in order to get as much practice and repetition as possible. Other children will be able to read every second book or every third book. It is not recommended that more than four word families are taught at any one time. The books start off very easy with two and three letter words in order for children to experience success in reading. This in turn builds confidence and self-esteem.

Dyslexia is complex as many different issues can cause it. These books are designed to deal with as many issues as possible, including sequential processing issues, working memory issues and some aspects of visual processing. For children, who are struggling to read because of language issues or visual processing issues, they will need a professional programme to support them with these. These books can still be used together with that programme, but will not be sufficient on their own. These books are also designed for children who have learned their basic letter-sound correspondences, but are still struggling to use phonics for reading and spelling.

Instructions on how to use the books are at the back of each book.

I am an Educational Psychologist and a Learning Support Specialist and have used these books to teach children with reading difficulties. I wanted to create a resource for teachers and parents which they can use on their own to help children struggling to read. I do not claim that these books will ‘cure’ a reading difficulty. These books are part of a wider series, which is still in development. I will place an update on Amazon when more books and resources are available.



Fat Cat Stories Level 1 Book 11 ed Word Family

by Karen Andor

Fat Cat Stories are designed to help children with dyslexia, moderate learning difficulties or English as an additional language learn to read.

The books work best together with a holistic programme, which is still in development, but in the meantime the books are available for those who want to start using them. The books are designed to teach one word family at a time. They use a great deal of repetition. Each book builds on the next book and this makes it possible to go at the child’s pace. Some children will need to read each book in order to get as much practice and repetition as possible. Other children will be able to read every second book or every third book. It is not recommended that more than four word families are taught at any one time. The books start off very easy with two and three letter words in order for children to experience success in reading. This in turn builds confidence and self-esteem.

Dyslexia is complex as many different issues can cause it. These books are designed to deal with as many issues as possible, including sequential processing issues, working memory issues and some aspects of visual processing. For children, who are struggling to read because of language issues or visual processing issues, they will need a professional programme to support them with these. These books can still be used together with that programme, but will not be sufficient on their own. These books are also designed for children who have learned their basic letter-sound correspondences, but are still struggling to use phonics for reading and spelling.

Instructions on how to use the books are at the back of each book.

I am an Educational Psychologist and a Learning Support Specialist and have used these books to teach children with reading difficulties. I wanted to create a resource for teachers and parents which they can use on their own to help children struggling to read. I do not claim that these books will ‘cure’ a reading difficulty. These books are part of a wider series, which is still in development. I will place an update on Amazon when more books and resources are available.



Fat Cat Stories Level 1 Book 12 id Word Family

by Karen Andor

Fat Cat Stories are designed to help children with dyslexia, moderate learning difficulties or English as an additional language learn to read.

The books work best together with a holistic programme, which is still in development, but in the meantime the books are available for those who want to start using them. The books are designed to teach one word family at a time. They use a great deal of repetition. Each book builds on the next book and this makes it possible to go at the child’s pace. Some children will need to read each book in order to get as much practice and repetition as possible. Other children will be able to read every second book or every third book. It is not recommended that more than four word families are taught at any one time. The books start off very easy with two and three letter words in order for children to experience success in reading. This in turn builds confidence and self-esteem.

Dyslexia is complex as many different issues can cause it. These books are designed to deal with as many issues as possible, including sequential processing issues, working memory issues and some aspects of visual processing. For children, who are struggling to read because of language issues or visual processing issues, they will need a professional programme to support them with these. These books can still be used together with that programme, but will not be sufficient on their own. These books are also designed for children who have learned their basic letter-sound correspondences, but are still struggling to use phonics for reading and spelling.

Instructions on how to use the books are at the back of each book.

I am an Educational Psychologist and a Learning Support Specialist and have used these books to teach children with reading difficulties. I wanted to create a resource for teachers and parents which they can use on their own to help children struggling to read. I do not claim that these books will ‘cure’ a reading difficulty. These books are part of a wider series, which is still in development. I will place an update on Amazon when more books and resources are available.



Fat Cat Stories Level 1 Book 13 um Word Family

by Karen Andor

Fat Cat Stories are designed to help children with dyslexia, moderate learning difficulties or English as an additional language learn to read.

The books work best together with a holistic programme, which is still in development, but in the meantime the books are available for those who want to start using them. The books are designed to teach one word family at a time. They use a great deal of repetition. Each book builds on the next book and this makes it possible to go at the child’s pace. Some children will need to read each book in order to get as much practice and repetition as possible. Other children will be able to read every second book or every third book. It is not recommended that more than four word families are taught at any one time. The books start off very easy with two and three letter words in order for children to experience success in reading. This in turn builds confidence and self-esteem.

Dyslexia is complex as many different issues can cause it. These books are designed to deal with as many issues as possible, including sequential processing issues, working memory issues and some aspects of visual processing. For children, who are struggling to read because of language issues or visual processing issues, they will need a professional programme to support them with these. These books can still be used together with that programme, but will not be sufficient on their own. These books are also designed for children who have learned their basic letter-sound correspondences, but are still struggling to use phonics for reading and spelling.

Instructions on how to use the books are at the back of each book.

I am an Educational Psychologist and a Learning Support Specialist and have used these books to teach children with reading difficulties. I wanted to create a resource for teachers and parents which they can use on their own to help children struggling to read. I do not claim that these books will ‘cure’ a reading difficulty. These books are part of a wider series, which is still in development. I will place an update on Amazon when more books and resources are available.



Fat Cat Stories Level 1 Book 14 ig Word Family

by Karen Andor

Fat Cat Stories are designed to help children with dyslexia, moderate learning difficulties or English as an additional language learn to read.

The books work best together with a holistic programme, which is still in development, but in the meantime the books are available for those who want to start using them. The books are designed to teach one word family at a time. They use a great deal of repetition. Each book builds on the next book and this makes it possible to go at the child’s pace. Some children will need to read each book in order to get as much practice and repetition as possible. Other children will be able to read every second book or every third book. It is not recommended that more than four word families are taught at any one time. The books start off very easy with two and three letter words in order for children to experience success in reading. This in turn builds confidence and self-esteem.

Dyslexia is complex as many different issues can cause it. These books are designed to deal with as many issues as possible, including sequential processing issues, working memory issues and some aspects of visual processing. For children, who are struggling to read because of language issues or visual processing issues, they will need a professional programme to support them with these. These books can still be used together with that programme, but will not be sufficient on their own. These books are also designed for children who have learned their basic letter-sound correspondences, but are still struggling to use phonics for reading and spelling.

Instructions on how to use the books are at the back of each book.

I am an Educational Psychologist and a Learning Support Specialist and have used these books to teach children with reading difficulties. I wanted to create a resource for teachers and parents which they can use on their own to help children struggling to read. I do not claim that these books will ‘cure’ a reading difficulty. These books are part of a wider series, which is still in development. I will place an update on Amazon when more books and resources are available.



Fat Cat Stories Level 1 Book 15 od Word Family

by Karen Andor

Fat Cat Stories are designed to help children with dyslexia, moderate learning difficulties or English as an additional language learn to read.

The books work best together with a holistic programme, which is still in development, but in the meantime the books are available for those who want to start using them. The books are designed to teach one word family at a time. They use a great deal of repetition. Each book builds on the next book and this makes it possible to go at the child’s pace. Some children will need to read each book in order to get as much practice and repetition as possible. Other children will be able to read every second book or every third book. It is not recommended that more than four word families are taught at any one time. The books start off very easy with two and three letter words in order for children to experience success in reading. This in turn builds confidence and self-esteem.

Dyslexia is complex as many different issues can cause it. These books are designed to deal with as many issues as possible, including sequential processing issues, working memory issues and some aspects of visual processing. For children, who are struggling to read because of language issues or visual processing issues, they will need a professional programme to support them with these. These books can still be used together with that programme, but will not be sufficient on their own. These books are also designed for children who have learned their basic letter-sound correspondences, but are still struggling to use phonics for reading and spelling.

Instructions on how to use the books are at the back of each book.

I am an Educational Psychologist and a Learning Support Specialist and have used these books to teach children with reading difficulties. I wanted to create a resource for teachers and parents which they can use on their own to help children struggling to read. I do not claim that these books will ‘cure’ a reading difficulty. These books are part of a wider series, which is still in development. I will place an update on Amazon when more books and resources are available.



Fat Cat Stories Level 1 Book 2 In Word Family

by Karen Andor

Fat Cat Stories are designed to help children with dyslexia, moderate learning difficulties or English as an additional language learn to read.

The books work best together with a holistic programme, which is still in development, but in the meantime the books are available for those who want to start using them. The books are designed to teach one word family at a time. They use a great deal of repetition. Each book builds on the next book and this makes it possible to go at the child’s pace. Some children will need to read each book in order to get as much practice and repetition as possible. Other children will be able to read every second book or every third book. It is not recommended that more than four word families are taught at any one time. The books start off very easy with two and three letter words in order for children to experience success in reading. This in turn builds confidence and self-esteem.

Dyslexia is complex as many different issues can cause it. These books are designed to deal with as many issues as possible, including sequential processing issues, working memory issues and some aspects of visual processing. For children, who are struggling to read because of language issues or visual processing issues, they will need a professional programme to support them with these. These books can still be used together with that programme, but will not be sufficient on their own. These books are also designed for children who have learned their basic letter-sound correspondences, but are still struggling to use phonics for reading and spelling.

Instructions on how to use the books are at the back of each book.

I am an Educational Psychologist and a Learning Support Specialist and have used these books to teach children with reading difficulties. I wanted to create a resource for teachers and parents which they can use on their own to help children struggling to read. I do not claim that these books will ‘cure’ a reading difficulty. These books are part of a wider series, which is still in development. I will place an update on Amazon when more books and resources are available.



Fat Cat Stories Level 1 Book 3 ot Word Family

by Karen Andor

Fat Cat Stories are designed to help children with dyslexia, moderate learning difficulties or English as an additional language learn to read.

The books work best together with a holistic programme, which is still in development, but in the meantime the books are available for those who want to start using them. The books are designed to teach one word family at a time. They use a great deal of repetition. Each book builds on the next book and this makes it possible to go at the child’s pace. Some children will need to read each book in order to get as much practice and repetition as possible. Other children will be able to read every second book or every third book. It is not recommended that more than four word families are taught at any one time. The books start off very easy with two and three letter words in order for children to experience success in reading. This in turn builds confidence and self-esteem.

Dyslexia is complex as many different issues can cause it. These books are designed to deal with as many issues as possible, including sequential processing issues, working memory issues and some aspects of visual processing. For children, who are struggling to read because of language issues or visual processing issues, they will need a professional programme to support them with these. These books can still be used together with that programme, but will not be sufficient on their own. These books are also designed for children who have learned their basic letter-sound correspondences, but are still struggling to use phonics for reading and spelling.

Instructions on how to use the books are at the back of each book.

I am an Educational Psychologist and a Learning Support Specialist and have used these books to teach children with reading difficulties. I wanted to create a resource for teachers and parents which they can use on their own to help children struggling to read. I do not claim that these books will ‘cure’ a reading difficulty. These books are part of a wider series, which is still in development. I will place an update on Amazon when more books and resources are available.



Fat Cat Stories Level 1 Book 4 ad Word Family

by Karen Andor

Fat Cat Stories are designed to help children with dyslexia, moderate learning difficulties or English as an additional language learn to read.

The books work best together with a holistic programme, which is still in development, but in the meantime the books are available for those who want to start using them. The books are designed to teach one word family at a time. They use a great deal of repetition. Each book builds on the next book and this makes it possible to go at the child’s pace. Some children will need to read each book in order to get as much practice and repetition as possible. Other children will be able to read every second book or every third book. It is not recommended that more than four word families are taught at any one time. The books start off very easy with two and three letter words in order for children to experience success in reading. This in turn builds confidence and self-esteem.

Dyslexia is complex as many different issues can cause it. These books are designed to deal with as many issues as possible, including sequential processing issues, working memory issues and some aspects of visual processing. For children, who are struggling to read because of language issues or visual processing issues, they will need a professional programme to support them with these. These books can still be used together with that programme, but will not be sufficient on their own. These books are also designed for children who have learned their basic letter-sound correspondences, but are still struggling to use phonics for reading and spelling.

Instructions on how to use the books are at the back of each book.

I am an Educational Psychologist and a Learning Support Specialist and have used these books to teach children with reading difficulties. I wanted to create a resource for teachers and parents which they can use on their own to help children struggling to read. I do not claim that these books will ‘cure’ a reading difficulty. These books are part of a wider series, which is still in development. I will place an update on Amazon when more books and resources are available.



Fat Cat Stories Level 1 Book 5 an Word Family

by Karen Andor

Fat Cat Stories are designed to help children with dyslexia, moderate learning difficulties or English as an additional language learn to read.

The books work best together with a holistic programme, which is still in development, but in the meantime the books are available for those who want to start using them. The books are designed to teach one word family at a time. They use a great deal of repetition. Each book builds on the next book and this makes it possible to go at the child’s pace. Some children will need to read each book in order to get as much practice and repetition as possible. Other children will be able to read every second book or every third book. It is not recommended that more than four word families are taught at any one time. The books start off very easy with two and three letter words in order for children to experience success in reading. This in turn builds confidence and self-esteem.

Dyslexia is complex as many different issues can cause it. These books are designed to deal with as many issues as possible, including sequential processing issues, working memory issues and some aspects of visual processing. For children, who are struggling to read because of language issues or visual processing issues, they will need a professional programme to support them with these. These books can still be used together with that programme, but will not be sufficient on their own. These books are also designed for children who have learned their basic letter-sound correspondences, but are still struggling to use phonics for reading and spelling.

Instructions on how to use the books are at the back of each book.

I am an Educational Psychologist and a Learning Support Specialist and have used these books to teach children with reading difficulties. I wanted to create a resource for teachers and parents which they can use on their own to help children struggling to read. I do not claim that these books will ‘cure’ a reading difficulty. These books are part of a wider series, which is still in development. I will place an update on Amazon when more books and resources are available.



Fat Cat Stories Level 1 Book 6 it Word Family

by Karen Andor

Fat Cat Stories are designed to help children with dyslexia, moderate learning difficulties or English as an additional language learn to read.

The books work best together with a holistic programme, which is still in development, but in the meantime the books are available for those who want to start using them. The books are designed to teach one word family at a time. They use a great deal of repetition. Each book builds on the next book and this makes it possible to go at the child’s pace. Some children will need to read each book in order to get as much practice and repetition as possible. Other children will be able to read every second book or every third book. It is not recommended that more than four word families are taught at any one time. The books start off very easy with two and three letter words in order for children to experience success in reading. This in turn builds confidence and self-esteem.

Dyslexia is complex as many different issues can cause it. These books are designed to deal with as many issues as possible, including sequential processing issues, working memory issues and some aspects of visual processing. For children, who are struggling to read because of language issues or visual processing issues, they will need a professional programme to support them with these. These books can still be used together with that programme, but will not be sufficient on their own. These books are also designed for children who have learned their basic letter-sound correspondences, but are still struggling to use phonics for reading and spelling.

Instructions on how to use the books are at the back of each book.

I am an Educational Psychologist and a Learning Support Specialist and have used these books to teach children with reading difficulties. I wanted to create a resource for teachers and parents which they can use on their own to help children struggling to read. I do not claim that these books will ‘cure’ a reading difficulty. These books are part of a wider series, which is still in development. I will place an update on Amazon when more books and resources are available.



Fat Cat Stories Level 1 Book 7 is Word Family

by Karen Andor

Fat Cat Stories are designed to help children with dyslexia, moderate learning difficulties or English as an additional language learn to read.

The books work best together with a holistic programme, which is still in development, but in the meantime the books are available for those who want to start using them. The books are designed to teach one word family at a time. They use a great deal of repetition. Each book builds on the next book and this makes it possible to go at the child’s pace. Some children will need to read each book in order to get as much practice and repetition as possible. Other children will be able to read every second book or every third book. It is not recommended that more than four word families are taught at any one time. The books start off very easy with two and three letter words in order for children to experience success in reading. This in turn builds confidence and self-esteem.

Dyslexia is complex as many different issues can cause it. These books are designed to deal with as many issues as possible, including sequential processing issues, working memory issues and some aspects of visual processing. For children, who are struggling to read because of language issues or visual processing issues, they will need a professional programme to support them with these. These books can still be used together with that programme, but will not be sufficient on their own. These books are also designed for children who have learned their basic letter-sound correspondences, but are still struggling to use phonics for reading and spelling.

Instructions on how to use the books are at the back of each book.

I am an Educational Psychologist and a Learning Support Specialist and have used these books to teach children with reading difficulties. I wanted to create a resource for teachers and parents which they can use on their own to help children struggling to read. I do not claim that these books will ‘cure’ a reading difficulty. These books are part of a wider series, which is still in development. I will place an update on Amazon when more books and resources are available.



Fat Cat Stories Level 1 Book 8 og Word Family

by Karen Andor

Fat Cat Stories are designed to help children with dyslexia, moderate learning difficulties or English as an additional language learn to read.

The books work best together with a holistic programme, which is still in development, but in the meantime the books are available for those who want to start using them. The books are designed to teach one word family at a time. They use a great deal of repetition. Each book builds on the next book and this makes it possible to go at the child’s pace. Some children will need to read each book in order to get as much practice and repetition as possible. Other children will be able to read every second book or every third book. It is not recommended that more than four word families are taught at any one time. The books start off very easy with two and three letter words in order for children to experience success in reading. This in turn builds confidence and self-esteem.

Dyslexia is complex as many different issues can cause it. These books are designed to deal with as many issues as possible, including sequential processing issues, working memory issues and some aspects of visual processing. For children, who are struggling to read because of language issues or visual processing issues, they will need a professional programme to support them with these. These books can still be used together with that programme, but will not be sufficient on their own. These books are also designed for children who have learned their basic letter-sound correspondences, but are still struggling to use phonics for reading and spelling.

Instructions on how to use the books are at the back of each book.

I am an Educational Psychologist and a Learning Support Specialist and have used these books to teach children with reading difficulties. I wanted to create a resource for teachers and parents which they can use on their own to help children struggling to read. I do not claim that these books will ‘cure’ a reading difficulty. These books are part of a wider series, which is still in development. I will place an update on Amazon when more books and resources are available.



Fat Cat Stories Level 1 Book 9 et Word Family

by Karen Andor

Fat Cat Stories are designed to help children with dyslexia, moderate learning difficulties or English as an additional language learn to read.

The books work best together with a holistic programme, which is still in development, but in the meantime the books are available for those who want to start using them. The books are designed to teach one word family at a time. They use a great deal of repetition. Each book builds on the next book and this makes it possible to go at the child’s pace. Some children will need to read each book in order to get as much practice and repetition as possible. Other children will be able to read every second book or every third book. It is not recommended that more than four word families are taught at any one time. The books start off very easy with two and three letter words in order for children to experience success in reading. This in turn builds confidence and self-esteem.

Dyslexia is complex as many different issues can cause it. These books are designed to deal with as many issues as possible, including sequential processing issues, working memory issues and some aspects of visual processing. For children, who are struggling to read because of language issues or visual processing issues, they will need a professional programme to support them with these. These books can still be used together with that programme, but will not be sufficient on their own. These books are also designed for children who have learned their basic letter-sound correspondences, but are still struggling to use phonics for reading and spelling.

Instructions on how to use the books are at the back of each book.

I am an Educational Psychologist and a Learning Support Specialist and have used these books to teach children with reading difficulties. I wanted to create a resource for teachers and parents which they can use on their own to help children struggling to read. I do not claim that these books will ‘cure’ a reading difficulty. These books are part of a wider series, which is still in development. I will place an update on Amazon when more books and resources are available.



How To Do A Handstand: Learn To Balance a Fearless Handstand in 20 Days or Less

by Robin Peter Zander

Word Count: Book includes 9000 words, 50+ images and videos, and downloadable worksheet

Step-by-Step Guide to Mastering Handstands in Under 1 Month

Handstands are a common exercise- whether for a Cross-Fit push-up competition, Yoga inversions, or even the fabled gymnastics Giant. Balancing on your hands is something everyone tried as a child and most adults have long since given up mastering.

Why Everyone Fails

Those who do attempt to learn handstands as an adult do so through throwing themselves up and hoping that they’ll be able to manage to balance. No one considers the simple steps necessary to learn to balance, or mental and physical impediments along the way.

In How To Learn A Handstand Robin Zander walks the reader through all of the steps necessary to go from novice to expert in 20 days, and teaches the 3 reasons most people never master a fearless handstand.

How To Learn A Handstand includes a day-by-day breakdown for learning how to balance a handstand in 20 days. The book also includes 36 videos and 50+ images which detail every step.

Would You Like To Know More?

Download now, and begin to practice your own fearless handstands.

Scroll to the top of the page and select the “buy” button.



Multiplication Learning Adventure With R-21: Ages 7 to 10 Years, Boys and Girls

by C. Ingram ECE

A Multiplication Workbook for Children…….

R-21, The Friendly Robot Employs the Help of United States Astronauts to Help Children Learn Multiplication

Filled with colorful images of space and astronauts, the learning process is fun. Children are introduced to the Universal Multiplication Chart and given multiplication problems. R-21′s astronaut friends help students find the correct answers using the multiplication chart from outer-space. Once you read the instructions on how the chart works, children can find the correct answers on their own.

Learning multiplication takes time. Some children memorize multiplication, while others discover the mathematical pattern within the multiplication chart. This short workbook will give your child an added edge in learning multiplication.

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Does A Gender Wage Gap Really Exist?

by Mark Mullen

Do women earn less than men for doing the same work? I don’t know. Neither does the White House, Congress, economists, or women advocate groups. The truth is researchers fail to examine the right data



Scorpio and Leo: Lovers at Heart or Friends Forever? (Sun Signs Scorpio Series)

by Rosemary Breen

Scorpio and Leo: Lovers at Heart? Friends with Benefits? Or Friends Forever?



Utopia The end of money: Essay on conscience-fiction

by Gilles Beaupré

This book is the result of my reflections, travels and a search for the cause of humanity’s poor life on earth. I wrote it with compassion for my fellow men and I hope it acts as an eye-opener. I have come to the conclusion if Money is not the root of all evil it assuredly is an excellent means to divide us, to make us compete with one another and develop selfishness, classes and wars. Evil or not, we have gotten so accustomed to living with it, imagining life without money is not easy to do.

Nevertheless, one has to remember everything starts with an idea, and this idea of a free world has to travel from mind to mind until enough men and women agree to mature towards Utopia.

When this society will be achieved, it will be the resurrection of humanity because to change the set up of life it’s to change life itself. To change life is to change man and to change man is to change the world.



Get O.L.D

by Bill Bracco

This books is based on principal and practice of observing listening and not judging. This book is written by a man who has allot of life experience, Bill Bracco.
Thank you Bill Bracco for giving this work to the world.



THAT WHICH REMAINS: The True Nature of Ghosts and Hauntings Revealed (That Which Remians Book 1)

by P. McGill

In “That Which Remains,” the “Tank” combines logic and simplicity with cutting-edge science to deliver a powerfully cogent argument that explains the self-evident cause for the pervasive belief in ghost and haunting phenomenon, as well as the factually incomplete and logically skewed skeptical debate that has attempted to refute its existence for over 160 years. A revolutionary approach that literally -solves- one of the most ancient mysteries of the human experience, long believed to be unsolvable!



Story of Puskas and his Team: The Zenith & Decline of the Hungarian Golden Team

by Kalman Toth M.A. M.PHIL.

The Hungarian Golden Team dominated world football (soccer) from 1950 to 1956. Its story is told with interviews, analysis and 120 photos.

Sixty years is a lot of time. Social systems, big ideas, countries, and even empires shine and fall during this time. Among those who are in high positions, many feverishly try to leave a positive lasting impression on posterity, but so few people succeed in doing this. Because we, ordinary people, who do we like to remember? As the citizens of the ancient Greek city-states considered their triumphant athletes to be heroes, so we also feel that the elite athletes who ascended among us are our own.

The triumph of the Hungarian Golden Team on the grass belongs to everyone, as everyone also experiences defeat as being a bit of their own. The fate of the Hungarian hero is tragic. No matter how close the light would shine before him, he stumbles at the very last step of his triumphal progress and in the end, he can not withstand those forces that shape the world. After a score of 6:3 achieved at Wembley Stadium, the original home of football (soccer in USA), a fallen nation that was humiliated multiple times could taste greatnes, uniqueness and invincibility again. Sixty years ago in Bern, Switzerland we could already feel the world famous victory as our own. That in the end it did not happen like this, that the crowning did not take place, we are looking for its causes to the present day. We are looking for it, because we, who were there on the field or were just listening to the broadcast on the radio, for us it still hurts that we did not become world champions. The sixteen-thousand inhabitants of Solothurn in Switzerland were also looking for its cause, who grew fond of the Golden Team who were living and training there during the three weeks of the World Cup. There is no other such lucky city in the world. The teams of Solothurn could play twice with the Golden Team.

The establishment of the Golden Team can be traced back to the Peace Treaty of Trianon. In 1920, the leaders of the Horthy government defined physical education and sports as priorities in the reconstruction of the nation’s soul, as the punitive treaty imposed severe restrictions particularly on politics, military affairs, and on aviation. By 1936, Hungary became a sports superpower; Hungary finished third in the Berlin Olympics medal table. In the 1938 FIFA World Cup, Hungary finished the second. The brutal communist dictator Rákosi(responsible for murders, tortures, imprisonments, forced relocations) and his gang also recognized the potential for propaganda in sport, so the sporting superpower position of Hungary was maintained also under the auspices of the communist dictatorship. Hungary finished third in the Helsinki Olympics in 1952. Shortly after in 1953, the Golden Team defeated England, the birthplace of football. The Rákosi regime stole football from the club system, so the Golden Team came to and end in 1956 together with the communist dictatorship. After 1956 the communist Kádár (responsible for the execution by hanging of around 500 young revolutionaries and freedom fighters) regime still continued, even if at a lower level, to use football for propaganda purposes, so the Hungarian football suffered another setback in the 1980s, when the communism of Soviet origin collapsed.

The story of the Golden Team became one of a golden age which is lost forever, interwoven with legends. Does that age have a real message for today’s football players and sports enthusiasts? Can we, the few survivors say anything relevant to the athletes and fans of another age? This book brings back a legend trying to look beyond it. How did the Golden Team travel by international airplanes? What kind of hotels did they live in? Did the elite athletes appreciate their privileged life, when the average person lived in poverty, without passport, western visa and western currency, often having been terrorized?



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