Free reference Kindle books for 27 Dec 13

Analysis of President Obama’s Speech on the Death of Bin Laden

by James Mulhern

This guide provides a paragraph-by-paragraph analysis of the rhetorical strategies in President Obama’s speech. A lesson plan for teachers is provided, including a list of questions for students to consider. The guide is appropriate for teachers at both the secondary and college levels. In addition, the lesson plan targets standards in the Common Core.



99 Journal Writing Templates – Easy Journal Prompts and Journal Entries

by Norman T. Bell

Ever get stuck when trying to write a journal entry? Want to learn how to write better? Need journal templates, journal entries, and journal prompts for you, your friends or your students?

99 Journal Writing Templates gives you ninety-nine different journal entries that you can use in your journals starting right now, and gets you writing today. Not only will you write better and learn new things, but you will also gain personal and self growth within yourself. This book makes journal writing fun.

Anyone can benefit from this book of journal prompts, including but not limited to:
– Journal writing lovers
– Students
– Teachers
– Creative writers
– Content creators
– Book / novel writers
– Bloggers
– Article writers
– and literally anyone who enjoys writing and getting their thoughts on paper.

The main benefit of journal writing is having an activity and an experience where you get to be yourself, by yourself, with no other worries in the world. Just you, a pencil (or pen), and your journal.

Just some of the journal prompt ideas in this book include:
– Quotes, both your own as well as quotes and sayings from others.
– Entries and thoughts about regret.
– Happiness and what makes you truly happy.
– Moments in life, events and experiences.
– Dreams, both sleeping dreams and day-dreams (life goals).
– Learning (many entries allow you to learn a lot more about yourself).
– Bucket lists and other lists and prompts to get you motivated.
– Talents, whether or not you knew you had them.
– Short stories, vocab enhancers, creative writing, some poetry.
– Hopes for yourself, your friends and family, and the world.
– Eating, food, drinks, things that you enjoy.
– Feelings and how you view the world and your own life.

If you have ever wanted a book you can go through any day, any time of the week, 99 Journal Writing Templates is your answer. You will write more, you will increase your skills in vocabulary, writing, and other life skills, you will learn more about yourself, and you will love getting your thoughts and ideas on paper.

Once you start writing more journal entries from these journal prompts, you will begin to develop your own prompts and templates, and will be writing all the time.

And best of all, you will love writing, and you will love yourself for doing it. Get this book right now, and enjoy.



ABC Alphabet Book of Things At Home – Fun Nursery Rhymes With Alphabet Letters For Preschoolers. (Alphabet Books)

by Aldona Hawthorne

Children will easily learn alphabet letters when you keep them interested. In this

book you’ll find:

  • Fun rhymes related to familiar objects all children

    know from their home.
  • Colour illustrations, original

    artwork of everyday items.
  • This is not A is for Apple book;

    This is A is for Aquarium and B is for Barbeque book.

The rhymes are

fun and easy way to learn and remember alphabet letters.This is a must book for your home

preshooler.

Click the BUY button now to teach your child alphabet the clever

way!

 



Achieving Success

by Alan Bateman

As a businessman and ex-superstore manage with over 50 years of experience of interviewing and employing people for a variety of positions, I can see the need for those who are looking for employment to be given some assistance into gaining an insight into the world of employment and the benefits it holds.

This book Achieving Success will show you how to prepare yourself for the task of job hunting, how to proceed to find a position that is right for you, preparing your CV, how to handle an interview and your starting day.
It will also assist those of you who are already employed but wish to progress in your chosen career it will guide you through the skills you will need to start the process of your development.

There are many aspects to achieving success and many levels as we all have different aspirations, we don’t all want the same in life and any target large or small that we set ourselves and achieve is a success.
What are your aspirations?

Every person has the right to employment and every able bodied person should be in employment for their own self esteem and development.
It is not however every person’s right to be successful; success comes with hard work and results, which will take time, effort, commitment and dedication.
Do you want to Achieve Success?



Book Authors Need Your Help

by Bill Platt

Authors need to know what you think about their books.

It is vital for them to continue perfecting their craft, and they can only do that with constructive feedback. They give their books away free or priced very low in the hopes that you, the reader, will take the time to read their book and then leave a review about their book.

They need to know if they have fulfilled their purpose in writing that book and only you can tell them that.

It does not matter if you loved the book or absolutely hated it with a passion. All feedback helps the author develop, grow and mature into a solid writer.

In this guide, the author will show you how to construct a book review that can help the book’s author. He will also show you a list of 57 websites where you can find out about books that are available for free or cheap, from authors who hope that you will be willing to leave a review about their books.



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

by Abigail Tyler

Abigail Tyler is pleased to present her new picture book for kids. This easy reading book for children contains fun facts and talking points on the exciting of moving to a new home.

This delightful picture book is written for children ages 4 to 10. It contains a variety of ideas for making a move less stressful. It is illustrated with 18 great graphic images. It offers interesting facts, in simple language. Although the material appropriate for these ages, younger children will need some help. They will enjoy the book most by sharing it with a parent.

Students will encounter new words and concepts. They’ll read about house hunting and getting ready for the move. They’ll also learn about pioneers, who left their homes to go thousands of miles to new ones. Other topics in the book include the anxieties of moving, dealing with stress, and learning to adapt to a new home.

Most of the book’s images are colored photographs. These are most effective when read on a Kindle Fire, or the Kindle Application on a tablet device, or PC. They can be viewed clearly on black and white readers. Only the color dimension is lacking.

Children will also find answers to kid-style questions.

– Why are my things going into a box? Are you going to throw them away?

– What if I don’t find any friends in the new place?

Teachers and home schooling parents will find this book a wonderful addition to their nonfiction libraries. It provides passages on social strategies,organization, and adapting to change. Great illustrations bring the text to life.



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

by Abigail Tyler

Abigail Tyler is pleased to present her new picture book for kids. This easy reading book for children contains family talking points about stealing.

This thought-provoking picture book is written for children ages 4 to 10. It contains a variety of short stories which parents can use as discussion points. It is illustrated with great graphic images. It offers interesting facts, in simple language. Although the material appropriate for these ages, younger children will need help. This book is most useful when parent and child share it together.

Students will encounter new words and concepts. They’ll read about why people steal and the consequences of stealing. They’ll also learn how shoplifting hurts everyone. Children will identify with personal stories in the book. Parents can use these stories to clarify the issues involved in stealing.

Most of the book’s images are colored drawings and photographs. These are most effective when read on a Kindle Fire, or the Kindle Application on a tablet device, or PC. They can be viewed clearly on black and white readers. Only the color dimension is lacking.

Children will also find answers to kid-style questions.

– Who am I hurting? I took it from a store, not a person.

– Why is everyone mad at me? All I did was borrow it!

Teachers and home schooling parents will find this book a wonderful addition to their nonfiction libraries. Ethical ideas and solutions are presented for the young reader. Great illustrations bring the text to life.



Making Maths Easy For All Students

by Bryce Thomas

Making Maths Easy by using simple easy to remember formulas instead of mathematical logic. Suitable for gaining Lower Level up to GCSE grade C and for all potential business men and women. This book has been used by teachers of pupils who have been written off for being unlikely to pass GCSE Maths, and in doing so have increased the pass rates substantially. Although a little unorthodox, the style of mathematics in this book will be an asset to pupils of all ages throughout their lives.



Sample Picturing English 3: Vowel Sound Stories for Teens & Adults

by Doris Baker

This book of pictures and stories is a sample of the third in a series to help teens and adults master the sounds and letters of the English alphabet.

Stories in Picturing English 3 include spelling patterns for seven vowel sounds. Idioms are explained, unusual silent letters pointed out, and spelling patterns organized by specific sound. These stories can be used as a study guide to remind you of the spelling patterns when you write and the sound patterns when you speak.



Kindle It 2! 9 More Non-fiction Books You Can Write for Kindle

by Alan Yetter

Kindle It 2! gives you nine more non-fiction books you can write for Kindle publishing.

Get inspiration and instructions on how to write:

* step-by-step books

* craft books

* holiday books

* books on lore

* social media books

* campground guidebooks

* historical guidebooks

* dieting and health books

* occupational books



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