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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.

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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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