Free reference Kindle books for 17 Dec 13

Nina y su máquina del tiempo/ Nina’s Time Machine (A Spanish/English Dual Language Story)

by Gabriel Drexler

Nina y su máquina del tiempo/ Nina’s Time Machine (A Spanish/English Dual Language Story) tells the story of Nina as she attempts to build a time machine to travel back in history. When it doesn’t go as planned, Nina’s mother steps in with a grand tale of time travel, that leaves Nina happier than she has ever been!

Learn Spanish and English with this Dual-Language story!
This book is for anyone that is learning Spanish or English, young or old, beginner or expert.

This Spanish/English story is presented in three versions. The first version is an alternating Spanish/English format, where the reader can first read a paragraph in Spanish, and then follow along in English. The second version presents the entire story first in Spanish, and the third version, in English. In this way, the reader can practice their comprehension with the full story.



The New Author: Writing, Self-Publishing & Author Platforms

by R. A. Barnes

What is the basic toolkit for writing a novel? The New Author by Ruby Barnes puts you on the right track with fundamentals of plot, pace & structure, planning, characters, settings, dialog and editing.

How does a new author establish an ‘author platform’? Read straightforward instructions of how to create your online social media presence including blog, website, twitter, author central and Goodreads. Discover what works, what doesn’t and uncover the way to produce ‘evergreen’ content that you can use again and again. Semi-automate your author platform to reach millions of readers in different time zones around the globe.

What is the easiest, lowest cost way to self-publish your writing and join the e-revolution as an independent author? Don’t spend thousands with ‘self-publishing platforms’ when you can do the same publishing thing easily yourself with little or no cost. It’s easy. Publish your novel or non-fiction on Amazon and other web stores in a few simple steps and make your book go global.

The New Author is a 200 page book in three sections: writing basics, developing a social media platform and e-publishing as an independent author. Take your manuscript from ready to go with this informative and easy to read guide.

With foreword by Jim Williams, author of ten internationally published novels including the Booker Prize nominated Scherzo.



Personal Prepper

by Smoky Tracks

It isn’t news to anybody that calamities happen. They are reported on the television, radio and Internet every day. As viewers and listeners we often have an impersonal distance from these events. I invite you to stop for a few minutes to personalize it and envision it as a situation that is happening on your street. There are many ways to imagine this. I’ll suggest just one.

Imagine losing electricity to your region for ten days or more. This means no refrigeration or lights. Maybe limited radio and no TV. No cell phone service after your phone runs out of batteries and the cell tower generators run out of gasoline. The gas stations won’t be operating because they can’t pump gas out of the ground without electricity. You may not have running water because there won’t be electricity to continue to pump water into the water towers which will eventually run dry. Grocery stores will be closed because they don’t have electricity or because highways may be damaged or blocked. Perishable food will start going bad and people will be getting concerned. If the outage is over a large region then you may be on your own for a while. What kind of condition will you and your family be in after ten or twenty days? What kind of condition will your region be in?

If you want to make sure that you and your family remain safe and secure during this type of situation then this book is for you. The difference between this book and many others is that it describes an incremental, low cost approach to becoming being prepared for a disaster of any kind. This is not a book that describes things like expensive underground shelters as the best solutions for surviving short or long term, local or regional disasters. It is a practical approach that you can use to remain safe when there may be impending or increasing chaos around you.

Throughout this book you will find descriptions of extreme disaster situations. If you are prepared, as much as anyone can be, for these extremes then you will have a better chance of surviving lesser disasters. You don’t have to prepare all at once. I have been seriously preparing for over three years and I still have a couple of years to go given the limitations of my budget.



Nursery Rhymes Flash Cards (Amazing Flash Cards)

by Dr. Hooelz

Amazing Flash Cards series brings Nursery Rhymes. In this collection, 26 most famous Nursery Rhymes with great illustrations have been given for learning.

The author of this book, Dr.Hooelz has vast experience in teaching young children. This book is sure to capture the full attention of the children for hours of pleasurable learning.

Give one to your Kid, now!



Wrestling a Tornado: Overcoming Writing Challenges

by Rachelle Nones

Do you need a writing jolt? Do all of your writing sessions feel as if you are wrestling a tornado that is spinning out of control? Or, are you completely stalled and feeling helpless?

These writing tips, tricks, and “real world” examples from a professional writer will help you get motivated and start writing! This useful mini writing guide also includes listings of useful writing resources. Regardless of whether you want to write the Great American Novel, a college essay, or simply wish to write in a journal for fun or as a hobby, this mini writer’s guide is crammed with enough sage advice to get you started on your writer’s journey.



The ABC of Spanish

by Eugenio Cafaro

The ABC of Spanish comprises a series of books, “Learn Spanish in Plain English” (Books 1-5), and “Learn Spanish Verb Tenses in Plain English”. These books are written in an easy-to-follow style. Technical jargon is introduced slowly and explained fully. This book will teach you Spanish grammar in a methodical way and in bite size chunks, so that you will never feel overwhelmed by the volume of material. Over time, you will acquire in-depth knowledge of the underlying principles, and you will never feel you are missing part of the puzzle.

This book is comprehensive and includes 67 chapters. It will teach you all the essential building blocks such as: nouns, subject pronouns, adjectives, and much more. You will gain a thorough understanding of all the Spanish tenses: present, preterite, imperfect, conditional, future, present perfect, past perfect, future perfect and conditional perfect. Irregular verbs are also covered so that you have a complete understanding of how to form all the tenses in Spanish.

Below is a full chapter list of the material covered:

Nouns (gender)

Nouns (plural)

Subject Pronouns

Regular Verbs

Nouns (exceptions)

Definite and Indefinite Articles

Subject Pronouns (when to use them)

Adjectives (general rules)

Adjectives (exceptions)

Adjectives (summary)

Using the word “Hay”

Spanish Prepositions

Irregular Verbs

Ser (to be)

Estar (to be)

Tener (to have)

Venir (To come)

Irregular First Person

Irregular First Person (“-cer”,”-cir”)

Irregular First Person, (“-ger”,”-gir”)

Irregular First Person (“-guir”)

Stem Changing Verbs (“e-to-i”)

Stem Changing Verbs (“e-to-ie”)

Stem Changing Verbs (“o-to-ue”)

Common irregular verbs

Present Progressive

Possessive Adjectives

Asking Questions

Indefinite and Negative Words

The Personal “a”

Contractions (“al” and “del”)

Saber and Conocer

Para and Por

Compound Words

Possessive Pronouns

Direct Object Pronouns

Indirect Object Pronouns

Gustar

Reflexive Verbs

Ir, Salir and Venir

Acabar (de)

Volver (a)

Equality / Inequality

Comparatives and Superlatives

The Spanish Alphabet

Numbers (1-30)

Numbers (31-100)

Numbers (100-1000)

Days of the Week

Spanish Months

Dates

Telling the time

Preterite Tense (regular verbs)

Preterite Tense (stem changing)

Preterite Tense (spelling change)

Preterite Tense (irregular verbs)

Imperfect Tense (regular verbs)

Imperfect Tense (irregular verbs)

Future Tense (regular verbs)

Future Tense (irregular verbs)

Conditional Tense (regular verbs)

Conditional Tense (irregular verbs)

Past Participle

Present Perfect

Past Perfect

Future Perfect

Conditional Perfect



Children’s Book About Bees: A Kids Picture Book About Bees with Photos and Fun Facts

by Emma Jacobs

Children’s Author, Emma Jacobs, is pleased to present her new picture book for kids. Children’s Book About Bees: A Kids Picture Book About Bees with Photos and Fun Facts is a fascinating, educational book for children which contains many colorful images and interesting facts about the bees. Kids will learn all about some related facts related to the family of bees and what makes them so special. The information is broken up into different short sections that will encourage your child to explore, read and learn on their own. Each chapter contains its own set of facts and cool pictures.

The writing is fun and lively as well as educational. The vivid images of different bees and other related photos will draw your child into their amazing world and will keep them coming back for more.

At the end of each chapter are more fun facts. This invites further learning with added information about the topic, allowing your child to gain even a higher level of understanding. Children’s Book About Bees contains vivid images for each chapter so your child can visit up close with them in a fun and educational format. The images are highly detailed providing you with a fantastic, educational opportunity, giving your child a clear look at them that they may never otherwise experience.

This book is truly a great way for children to explore, learn and to have fun while they dive into the world of bees. This educational book will spark their interest and keep them coming back for more.



Geometry For Parents

by Sergey Skudaev

If you are a parent struggling to help your child with geometry homework, this is a short book that will help you. It covers plane geometry and touches on beginning trigonometry. You will find 70 illustrations and 25 problems with detailed solutions. Whether you are new to geometry or just need to brush up on the things you learned in school, this is the book for you. Give your child the gift of learning along with you.

This book can be useful for students as well.



For Those Who Love Hauntings

by T Mays

This book is written for the amateur haunting enthusiast. Inside is the basic information every ghost hunter should know, including but not limited to, theories on how and why ghosts occur, the tools used in the investigation of hauntings, how you can reasonably determine if ghosts are real or imagined…
As an added benefit, the author has included, for discussion, some well known hauntings as well as the authors own experiences with the paranormal.
This book is a must have for anyone interested in the research of hauntings.



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