Free reference Kindle books for 27 Apr 13

Adam’s Amazing Counting Book Counting in French (Adam the Little Airplane)

by Craig Thompson

Adam’s Amazing Counting Book Counting in French is part of the Adam the Little Airplane series of books. It is a children’s book designed to introduce young readers to concepts of numbers, basic counting and provide a small introduction to the French Language. The numbers are presented in English, then French with a phonetic pronunciation. A light narrative is provided for more advanced readers and parents including an French translation. This book can be a fun learning exercise for both parent and child.



Adam’s Amazing Counting Book (Adam the Little Airplane)

by Craig Thompson

Adam’s Amazing Counting Book is intended for young learners to be introduced to the concepts of numbers and counting. Each page provides a pictorial for the the Adam the Little Airplane series of books and a narrative intended for older readers and parents to help engage the learner



How to Write a Query Letter for a Children’s or Teen Book (Writing for Children and Teens: A Crash Course)

by Cynthea Liu

From the popular book, Writing for Children and Teens: A Crash Course, “How to Write a Query Letter is a nine-page article that outlines and dissects every major part of a query letter.

For the query letter, topics include…

Greeting
Introduction
Pitch
Pitch Part II
Bio –
Closing
Sign-off
Enclosures

Cynthea Liu is a children’s book author represented by the Andrea Brown Literary Agency and published by Penguin.



Adam’s Amazing Counting Book Counting in Dutch (Adam the Little Airplane)

by Craig Thompson

Adam’s Amazing Counting Book Counting in Dutch is part of the Adam the Little Airplane series of books. It is a children’s book designed to introduce young readers to concepts of numbers, basic counting and provide a small introduction to the Dutch Language. The numbers are presented in English, then Dutch with a phonetic pronunciation. A light narrative is provided for more advanced readers and parents including a Dutch translation. This book can be a fun learning exercise for both parent and child.



Ghost Hunting – Understanding Orbs

by Project-reveal Steer

Thank you for taking interest in our book on orbs.
Orbs is thought to be the first sign of a spirit manifestation, people believe that Ghosts, spirits can show them self’s in little balls of lights, Known as Orbs..
Throughout the book we will discuss all different types of orbs, what causes orbs; we have compiled a lot of data and pictures to help you understand your journey into Orbs



Adam’s Amazing Counting Book Counting in Portuguese (Adam the Little Airplane)

by Craig Thompson

Adam’s Amazing Counting Book Counting in Portuguese is part of the Adam the Little Airplane series of books. It is a children’s book designed to introduce young readers to the concepts of numbers, basic counting and provide a small introduction to the Portuguese Language. The numbers are presented in English, then Portuguese with a phonetic pronunciation. A light narrative is provided for more advanced readers and parents including a Portuguese translation. This book can be a fun learning exercise for both parent and child.



How to Churn out Kindle Books at Will in Six Simple Steps

by Venky Iyer

I could have named this book “Kindle Book Formatting for Dunces” or something like that, I suppose. Technically speaking, that would have been an apt title, but somehow, I just did not feel comfortable with it. How many of the readersâ??existing and wannabe Kindle authorsâ??would actually be dunces? No Kindle author I have read so far would fit that description, and I have read the works of a few. Actually, some of these authors had a great impact on me, one way or the other, and almost all of them gave me a moral boost that helped me overcome the (self-imposed) barriers that threatened to inhibit my becoming a Kindle author myself.
The fact is, the method for formatting books for Kindle publication discussed in this book is very simple. I am confident it can even be followed successfully by primary school children.
You can easily input text and images into your book. As you will see, there are lots of images in this book. I had to put in a lot more effort into getting these images ready than into formatting them into the book.
You can easily format that text and those images so they come out just rightâ??right for Kindle, and obviously, right for the readers.
The book caters primarily to people who don’t know HTML or CSS. It also has a bit for people who are capable of messing around with HTML and CSS. There are six steps described in the book, and one step is devoted to those who are at home with HTML and CSS. This step can be avoided by the non-HTML types without in the slightest bit affecting the final outcome.
I have tried out several alternative methods for Kindle formatting, and through a process of trial and error and elimination, I finalized a method that costs authors nothing but effort, uses free resources easily available, and gives a final product that any seasoned author can be proud of.
What are the technical abilities you need to successfully deal with this method? How about the ability to use Microsoft Word? You do need to convert your ideas into readable words, don’t you? And how about the ability to follow instructions faithfully?
How much will this method cost you, in terms of money? Nothing, nada, if you are going to do everything yourself. However, if you get someone else to do the work for youâ??like typing out your book on Microsoft Word, or preparing your images for youâ??obviously that’s going to cost you something.
How long will this process take? That is the toughest question to answer, purely because I have no way of knowing how long you are going to take to get your first manuscript in Microsoft Word ready for conversion to the Kindle format. That is the first of the six steps in this book.
I took ten months over my first Kindle book, five over my second and two over my third. In the process, I learned that for most subjects, unless you lay down a strict outline and strict size limits before you start your book, there is an endless stream of content you can cram into your book. You just have to know when to stop with the writing and move ahead with the publishing.
The time you will take for the other five steps? I am probably erring on the conservative side when I say 30 minutes.
The first step tells you what to do and more important, what not to when preparing your book on Microsoft Word. This may come as a surprise, but there are a lot of functions we normally execute on Word that are absolutely no good for Kindle publication purposes. You will learn about all of them here.
These six steps help you produce the perfect Kindle book: visually appealing, clickable table of contents, clear fonts, neat images, uniform paragraphs, and an ideal ratio of white (blank) space and text/ images, all with no glitches.
In other words, an appealing and effortlessly readable book



FUN READ 1 – for young teenagers with severe reading difficulties including dyslexia

by Sydney Higgins

A real problem for young teenagers with severe reading difficulties, including dyslexia, is the shortage of stories they want to read. (Obviously books aimed at young children are not appropriate.) Based on their considerable research and wide-ranging trials, Anna and Sydney Higgins have written the graded series of books, FUN READ.

â??FUN READ 1′ is the first book in the series. Its Flesch Reading Ease score is 107.9. It is graded as â??very, very easy to read’. Based on 8 standard readability formulas, it is appropriate for absolute beginners (= 1st grade/year). The content is suitable for both male and female students aged 10-15. There are 66 pages and 64 illustrations.

All four stories deal with common, problematic social situations experienced by many young people:
1. â??OLD MAN MOON’
Ted and Jack reluctantly help an old man enter his house. Ted steals a silver cup. After Jack discovers this, there is a fight in the street. The cup is crushed and Ted takes it home. The next morning, the old man arrives at Jack’s house.
2. â??SHOUTS IN THE NIGHT’
During the night, a father and his two sons and two daughters are awakened by a drunken brawl next door. The dad gets up and leaves the house to stop the fight between the two teenage boys. The next morning he discovers that one of his pigeons has been shot. This leads to retaliation and more rows.
3. â??THE RUN-AWAY’
While her mother is in hospital, young Pat becomes increasingly upset that she is being expected to do all the work in the house and look after her father, elder sister and two younger brothers. She decides she is going to run away. She steals some money from her father’s pocket and leaves home – but not for long!
4. â??THE DANCE’
Because her dad has run off and her mum is ill, Susan goes to live with her gran. She is invited by two girls in her class to go with them to a dance. There she meets Jack who spends the evening trying to kiss her. Susan didn’t like him but she did agree to go with him to another dance. There she met another boy and that led to many problems.

On each page, there is a cartoon related to the text that is displayed not in complete sentences but in phrases – a system that the writers’ research has shown to be the most effective printed lay-out for easy reading and comprehension. All the words are printed in large type, for ease of reading.

Both Sydney and Anna Higgins have many years of teaching experience. After being a Senior Advisor for English in the UK, Sydney moved to Italy where he became a professor of English. His wife, Anna, has been for over 20 years a university teacher and an examiner for the Cambridge EFL examinations.

The other books in the FUN READ series are:

2. FUN READ 2
1) â??Down Rope Walk’ 2) â??CRASH!’
Graded as â??very easy to read’ – for beginners (= 3rd grade/year). The content is most suitable for male students aged 10 – 15. There are 86 pages and 26 illustrations.

3. FUN READ 3
1) â??Lonely Girl’ 2) â??No Time to Scream’
Graded as â??easy to read’ – for beginners (= 3rd grade/year). The content is most suitable for female students aged 11-16. There are 92 pages and 26 illustrations.

4. FUN READ 4
‘When the Song was Over’
Graded as â??very easy to read’ – for beginners (= 3rd grade/year). The content is most suitable for female students aged 11-16. There are 94 pages and 26 illustrations.

5. FUN READ 5
‘Vampires, Werewolves, Ghosts & UFOs’
Graded as â??very easy to read’ – for beginners (= 4th grade/year). Content is most suitable for male students aged 11-16. There are 98 pages and 76 illustrations.

6. FUN READ 6
‘The Price of Friendship’
Graded as â??easy to read’ – for beginners (= 4th grade/year). The content is most suitable for female students aged 11-16. There are 114 pages and 8 illustrations.



Greeting Card Phrases in Chinese & English for Different Occasions

by Hongyang

This ebook about greeting card phrases covers the following occasions: Chinese and English Phrases for “Anniversary”, “At Work”, “Birthday”, “Congrats”, “Holidays”, “Miss You”, “Get Well Soon”, “Sorry”, “Thank You”, “Good Luck”, “I Love You” , “Valentine’s Day”, “Wedding”, Sympathy” and “Condolence”



Talk Chinese Easy

by Ahmed Zayed

It is Free Copy from 274 : 294
This is book is got two parts
Part one is The basics like alphabets and Numbers
Part two is Conversation what to say in hotel , bank or Hospital and others



300 Inspirational Life Quotes About Success from Famous People

A collection of quotes on the subject of success from famous people.
Success quotes are words of wisdom that inspire you and motivate you to achieve your goals.



Author Marketing, 45 Promo and Contest Prizes You Don’t Have to Mail

by D. R. Humphrey

Author Marketing, Prizes for Contests and Promotions You Don’t Have to Mail.

The first steps of an author’s journey into publication can be tough! Grabbing and keeping the attention of readers can be seriously hard and frustrating work, sometimes leading to success and sometimes leading to ceilings you just can’t seem to punch through.

One thing authors do is seek out their target reading audience. Don’t know what this is? Basically stated, this is the group of people that will want to read your book. But how do you find these people? A popular tool used by authors is running contests and giving away free stuff.

But running a contest can have its drawbacks, especially if you’re marketing your book on a budget and cannot afford to buy a large quantity of promotional copies. Or, your readership is spread out across the globe… as is the case more and more these days with the continued growth of eBooks.

So skip the unnecessary financial risks of buying and shipping copies of your books or other promotional merchandise, and give readers prizes they’ll both love and appreciate, directly from their favorite author… you!



Braindump

by Robert Lee

How to outline your book in five minutes. Say Goodbye to writers block forever. Completely stuck and can not see the way ahead? You need a plan of action or a map detailing where your writing should go but have no idea how to produce and outline? You need to Braindump.

Learn how to use simple free tools to generate an outline and then go on to write the book you have talked about but could never start.



A Comprehensive Guide to Amazon Prime and The Kindle Owners’ Lending Library for Kindle Fire HD

by Mary A Stein

From The Best Selling Author Mary A Stein!

What Will You Get From This eBook?

If you are interested in Amazon Prime membership but are not sure about its services and benefits, then this eBook can serve as the perfect guidance source for you. Also, if you crave for the latest and classic books but have no idea about the working of Kindle Owners’ Lending Library, then you should definitely read this helpful guide.
Want to know more about the major highlights of Amazon Prime membership? This eBook offers complete information about Amazon Prime and its various beneficial services. This guide will provide you confidence and knowledge you need to avail valuable features of Amazon Prime.
Continue reading this eBook to make the most of your new Kindle Fire HD!



LOVE – Inspirational and motivating quotations about love

Love is both profound and confusing. The quotations included in this volume I hand-selected over many years of reading, studying, learning, and reflecting. I find them all to be moving and powerful, yet am humbly aware as to how many more there are which do not appear listed here. Each of those included speak deeply to me about love â?? what it means, how to attain and nurture it, and often, how complex it is.

Be inspired. Love deeply and eternally.



Mojo the monkey, what can you see?

by C Thornton

A fun what do you see book, with activities inside to make learning fun for a young child.



Thinking Like A Romance Writer: The Sensual Writer’s Sourcebook of Words and Phrases

by Dahlia Evans

This Invaluable Resource Is A Must Have For Any Aspiring Romance Writer.

In the world of romance writing, one of the most important components in an author’s repertoire is their use of descriptive words and phrases. This aspect of romance writing is so often neglected, usually with disastrous results; a novel that reads like a badly written script.

Fortunately, there’s now a way for any writer, regardless of their experience, to get a huge head-start writing in this profitable genre. It’s a secret resource that romance writers don’t want you to know about!

Dahlia Evans has compiled a romance writing thesaurus unlike anything ever published. This reference book is filled to the brim with words and phrases gathered from hundreds of bestselling romance novels. Using this book you will be able to describe intimate encounters of every kind without breaking a sweat.

Inside You’ll Discover:

# 8,500 words and phrases sorted into 37 categories.
# Thousands of words you can use to describe each part of the body.
# Words that describe each of the five senses; taste, touch, sight, sound, smell.
# Words to describe feelings and emotions.
# Words that describe facial expressions.
# Hundreds of words to describe intimacy.

‘Thinking Like A Romance Writer’ is the culmination of hundreds of hours of research and is a book destined to become a classic in the field of romance writing instruction.



To Publish or to Self-Publish My Textbook?

by Galit Shmueli

Intended for textbook authors debating which path to embark on, this short guide gives a glimpse into the expectations, challenges, rewards, and surprises that an author experiences when publishing and/or self-publishing a textbook. Based on her personal authoring experience of two published and three self-published textbooks, Galit Shmueli shares her knowledge and views on issues related to each of the publishing paths. Topics covered range from book design, marketing, and distribution to author rights, responsibilities, and rewards.



You were, you are, you’ll be (in Russian language)

by Alexander Ermak

Ð?Ñ?бовÑ? к маÑ?еÑ?и – эÑ?о болезненное сосÑ?ояние? Ð?го нÑ?жно леÑ?иÑ?Ñ??



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