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Wiggle Ears Undercover By May Swayzee
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Wiggle Ears Undercover is a fun and thoughtful novel for the science-fiction and fantasy-minded grade schooler. Minecraft lovers will especially enjoy its reference to pixellated animals and portals.... More > Parents and teachers will love the two quirky main characters, children who demonstrate grit, courage, respect for others, and the ability to overcome anxiety to connect with others and do the right thing. Readers will laugh and gasp and not want to put the book down until they've reached the end! (Flesch-Kincaid reading level: 4.9) Storyline: Whatever makes Jonas's brain super-sensitive gives him super-sensory powers. He can see the animals escaping from the Pixel World, and because of that, is one of only a few who can protect Brown Trees Elementary School. What happens next with Jonas, his friend Laurel, and Principal Miner is yours to discover. Or can you sense already how the story turns out?< Less
Mr. Topaz is Left in Charge By Tracey Jude, MT-BC
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A PORTION OF THE PROCEEDS FROM THE SALE OF THIS BOOK SUPPORT THE SGM JEFFREY A. MCLOCHLIN MEMORIAL FUND. Mr. Topaz lives with Sarge. When Sarge leaves, he says, “You’re in... More > charge.” Mr. Topaz soon discovers that “left in charge” means “left behind”. Trying to manage jealousy, sadness, loneliness and boredom, he treks to the garden to play. Here, he discovers a broken gourd that he must fix. When Sarge returns, Mr. Topaz learns that his action fulfilled a surprisingly greater purpose. Beginning with children in preK – grade 3, this lesson of discovering a greater self-purpose can be recalled in the late elementary and middle school years. This story is dedicated to the honor and memory of Sergeant Major Jeffrey A. McLochlin (1961 – 2006), who clearly knew his purpose in life and bravely answered the call to serve. Learn more about this connection in the preview, and find out more about SGM McLochlin at Memory-Of.com.< Less
Mr. Topaz is Left in Charge By Tracey Jude, MT-BC
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A PORTION OF THE PROCEEDS FROM THE SALE OF THIS BOOK SUPPORT THE SGM JEFFREY A. MCLOCHLIN MEMORIAL FUND. Mr. Topaz lives with Sarge. When Sarge leaves, he says, “You’re in... More > charge.” Mr. Topaz soon discovers that “left in charge” means “left behind”. Trying to manage jealousy, sadness, loneliness and boredom, he treks to the garden to play. Here, he discovers a broken gourd that he must fix. When Sarge returns, Mr. Topaz learns that his action fulfilled a surprisingly greater purpose. Beginning with children in preK – grade 3, this lesson of discovering a greater self-purpose can be recalled in the late elementary and middle school years. This story is dedicated to the honor and memory of Sergeant Major Jeffrey A. McLochlin (1961 – 2006), who clearly knew his purpose in life and bravely answered the call to serve. Learn more about this connection in the preview, and find out more about SGM McLochlin at Memory-Of.com.< Less
Escape From Karkinos: The Further Adventures of Ewen By Ewen Raballand & Wilder Leavitt
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After defeating a mysterious archenemy in Paris, France, Ewen moves to America with his family to continue his medical treatments and combat his cancer. In Bethesda, Maryland, he and his family move... More > into a new home where he makes friends at a new elementary school, befriends his neighbors on McKinley Street, and works with doctors to fight his osteosarcoma. He's a little boy traveling on a long journey. He's just trying to get on with a normal life, all things considered. Or so he thinks. For not long after settling in America, he will be called on to embark on his greatest adventure, one that will pit him against an ultimate evil bent on destroying him and all he loves. He will have to enlist the help of his family and friends. He will have to summon all his courage, make a daring escape, and try to save his little corner of the world. And he will have to do all this with a limp, in the shadow of cancer, in between surgeries and bouts of chemotherapy. Evil doesn't stand a chance.< Less
Escape from Karkinos: The Further Adventures of Ewen By Ewen Raballand & Wilder J. Leavitt
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After defeating a mysterious archenemy in Paris, France, Ewen moves to America with his family to continue his medical treatments and combat his cancer. In Bethesda, Maryland, he and his family move... More > into a new home where he makes friends at a new elementary school, befriends his neighbors on McKinley Street, and works with doctors to fight his osteosarcoma. He's a little boy traveling on a long journey. He's just trying to get on with a normal life, all things considered. Or so he thinks. For not long after settling in America, he will be called on to embark on his greatest adventure, one that will pit him against an ultimate evil bent on destroying him and all he loves. He will have to enlist the help of his family and friends. He will have to summon all his courage, make a daring escape, and try to save his little corner of the world. And he will have to do all this with a limp, in the shadow of cancer, in between surgeries and bouts of chemotherapy. Evil doesn't stand a chance.< Less
The Flutter of the Goldleaf, and Other Plays By Olive Tilford Dargan
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Olive Tilford Dargan (January 11, 1869 – January 22, 1968)... More > was a writer and a poet. Her early works revolved around mountain poetry. Her works like: The Cycle's Rim, Lute and Furrow, Highland Annals were inspired from her love of mountains and nature. Later in her career, she published novels that focuses on racism, sexism, and fascism through her feminist visions of political activism and romanticism. Her most notable works were Call Home the Heart and A Stone Came Rolling which were written as part of her Gastonia novels.Olive Tilford Dargan was born in January 11, 1869 on a farm in Grayson County, Kentucky. She moved to the southern Ozarks with her parents around age eleven and started her elementary education. She became a teaching assistant at her school until the time that she graduated. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Olive_Tilford_Dargan< Less
Lords and Lovers and Other Dramas By Olive Tilford Dargan
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Olive Tilford Dargan (January 11, 1869 – January 22, 1968)... More > was a writer and a poet. Her early works revolved around mountain poetry. Her works like: The Cycle's Rim, Lute and Furrow, Highland Annals were inspired from her love of mountains and nature. Later in her career, she published novels that focuses on racism, sexism, and fascism through her feminist visions of political activism and romanticism. Her most notable works were Call Home the Heart and A Stone Came Rolling which were written as part of her Gastonia novels.Olive Tilford Dargan was born in January 11, 1869 on a farm in Grayson County, Kentucky. She moved to the southern Ozarks with her parents around age eleven and started her elementary education. She became a teaching assistant at her school until the time that she graduated. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Olive_Tilford_Dargan< Less
The Zoo Train Story Time Collection By Christopher Churilla
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Christopher Churilla is an elementary school teacher in Pittsburgh, PA where he shares his passions for learning and railroading every day! In addition to his years of teaching, he has spent over a... More > decade working and volunteering in zoos and aquariums across the country spreading awareness of environmental conservation. In July 2015, he introduced the world to Guido and Zippy, two hardworking and dedicated zoo trains, in his first book titled "A New Friend for Guido". A year and a half later, Guido takes a new adventure where he learns that anything is possible with the power of dreams and imagination! "All-Aboard for Adventure! Guido Goes West" brings to life his two favorite trains once again! Zippy's first adventure, "Zippy & The Circus Train" premiered in early 2018, giving Zippy the spotlight she deserves while helping a new friend. Christopher is pleased to offer all three stories together for the first time in "The Zoo Train Story Time Collection" featuring all of Guido and Zippy's adventures.< Less
Education from Infancy: All 4 Parts (Pdf) By Kerman Bharucha
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"Education from Infancy" is geared towards: • prospective parents and new parents or grandparents who want to give their infant child a huge jump-start on his or her education; •... More > the parents of the pre-K child that needs a helping hand with math; • the young student in elementary or middle school, who has reading skills but has difficulty with basic math; • anyone who needs a quick review of basic math. By his age of 6-7 months, I had taught my grandson to recognize and point out to me upper-case letters of the alphabet and the basic numbers 0 through 9, in normal and upside-down perspectives from his point-of-view. By his age of 5 years, I had taught my grandson to: verbalize and write out numbers up to 36 digits long; perform the basic math functions of addition, subtraction, multiplication, division; perform math with fractions; and several other interesting math topics. This book details the techniques I used to achieve these early milestones. This book will serve your child for several years.< Less
Last Dance With Jim Crow - Houston 1951-1963 By James Elliott McCall
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What was Houston like 60 years ago? See Houston through the eyes of a white boy growing up from 1951 to 1963 in Jim Crow, segregated Houston as it faced government mandated integration. Fish for... More > crawdads on the bayou, ride horses in Hermann Park, swim at Crystal Pool and try your luck at the Playland Park shooting gallery with real .22 rifles. Attend Montrose Elementary School on West Main, long since torn down. Listen to the ghosts that still inhabit that piece of ground. Live through Hurricane Carla in '61. Duck and cover in panic as the air raid sirens wail during the Cuban Missile Crisis in '62. See the police dogs and fire hoses break up the chain-ins at Woolworths downtown, smell the unique fragrance of Foleys and go see a movie at the Trail Drive-In, replaced by the Astrodome, now also a distant memory. 500 pages of Houston's roots and the changes it underwent. A novel of indisputable truth and accuracy!< Less

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