Clean Your Plate!

Thirteen Things Good Parents Say That Ruin Kids' Lives
By Liz Bayardelle

Becoming a parent is one of the most joyful events we experience but it is also a very tough one. We all want to be the perfect parent and face so many decisions daily. You want your children to grow up to be confident and...

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Color-Field Paintings

By Fiore Ai

Color-Field painting first rose to prominence in the 1950s following on from the 1940s Action Painters such as Jackson Pollock and Willem de Kooning. It is the more subtle member of the Abstract Expressionism artistic family but unlike Action Painting, Color-Field gives you an insight...

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Cancer In My Family

An easy-to-read guide to better health for all ages
By Demetra Tsavaris-Lecourezos, Katerina Lecourezos

Cancer affects everyone. There probably isn’t a single family on the planet that isn’t somehow affected by cancer. You never know who will get it, or when. But, when you’re a child and you lose a parent, then a grandparent within months and not long...

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Common Sense Tips for College Student Success

A Read-and-Find Reflection Guide for High School Graduates
By Garrett M. Carter

Common Sense Tips for College Student Success by Garrett M. Carter is an informative and insightful book that gives students resources consisting of common sense tips and information that will make their academic journey easier. The book deals with 30 college-related topics spread over six...

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Compelling American Conversations

Questions and Quotations for Intermediate American English Language Learners
By Eric H. Roth, Toni Aberson, Hal Bogotch

Compelling American Conversations: Questions and Quotations for Intermediate American English Language Learners is a nonfiction educational work written, compiled and edited by Eric H. Roth, Toni Aberson, and Hal Bogotch. While many may find memorizing lists of vocabulary words and mastering the grammar and syntax...

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College Mania

Is a University the New Doctor?
By Joshua Flapan

College Mania (Is a University the New Doctor?) by Joshua Flapan is a non-fiction educational book that would appeal most to a mixed audience of students considering college, parents with kids considering college, and those in college. This book focuses on the different elements involved...

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Careering

The Pocket Guide to Exploring Your Future Career
By Tamara S. Raymond

Careering: The Pocket Guide to Exploring Your Future Career by Tamara S. Raymond is a guide for anyone starting a new career, but it is mostly geared towards high school and college students. It has a workbook in it to help you out. Tamara S....

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Critical Thinking Junkie

How to Develop Critical Thinking
By Howie Junkie

Critical Thinking Junkie: How to Develop Critical Thinking is written by Howie Junkie. What exactly is critical thinking, and how do you know if you possess it? If you find negotiating for what you want difficult and find that your views can be swayed easily,...

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Crushing Dyslexia

The "How-To" Book of Effective Methods for Helping People With Dyslexia
By Carol S. Fitzpatrick

Crushing Dyslexia: The "How-To" Book of Effective Methods for Helping People With Dyslexia by Carol S. Fitzpatrick, M.S. Ed. is a useful and handy guide for all parents, teachers, tutors, counselors, and therapists to meet the challenges of handling dyslexic children, students, and patients by...

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Cardboard Confessionals

By Mitch Reed

Cardboard Confessionals by Mitch Reed is a compilation of responses provided by young students when he implemented a social experiment/project for his sociology students at Waverly-South Shore. Seven questions were composed and a cardboard box set up where the students could anonymously submit their answers....

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