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by Ernest Antwi
This book uses bold colours to reinforce a sense of positive social behaviour in children, and it is a perfect tool for parents and teachers alike. Let’s us find out what these colours are, and how they can help children learn about positive social behaviour.
You’re Amazing And I’ll Prove It! asks questions you never even thought of asking and then shows readers how everything and everyone has special attributes that make them unique and exceptionally important. Entwined with the questions, You’re Amazing And I’ll Prove It! has real-life stories about seemingly unremarkable people doing extraordinary things.You’re Amazing shows the… [Read More]
Our Latest Publication! This book introduces children to the varied world of science. It aims to not only educate but also inspire! This rhyming picture book is all about a Mummy’s work as a Scientist. From understanding the workings of the body, to studying the stars; this book covers many areas of science! For more… [Read More]
by Erica Graham
Fletch and Rachael cannot wait to play with their new pet chinchilla. After Fletch’s impatience overcomes him and he opens the cage against his dad’s instructions, the escaped chinchilla quickly leads Fletch and Rachael in a chase across town. Will Fletch and Rachael catch the chinchilla before their dad returns? This humorous story is a… [Read More]
Bank Magic began as Murray’s response to the questions and conversations that came from his clients. He was inspired to provide his clients and in particular, their children, with sound advice on managing their finances. He often heard his clients say, “No one ever taught me about this” or “This is the stuff I wish… [Read More]
2016 SIBA AWARD WINNER 3RD PLACE IN BEST REFERENCE CATEGORY VOLUNTEERING SHOULD BE FUN! FUNDRAISING SHOULD BE FUN! If you’ve ever sat around the table with a group of parents at your child’s school or team – wondering how on earth you were going to come up with fundraising ideas that really work, then this… [Read More]
by Eric H. Roth
Become who you want to be – in English! Compelling Conversations – Vietnam: Speaking Exercises for Vietnamese Learners of English is the second edition of Compelling Conversations – Vietnam: Questions and Quotations for Advanced Vietnamese English Language Learners. Based on our original and highly successful English as a Second Language (ESL) textbook, Compelling Conversations: Questions… [Read More]
TAKE BACK THE CONTROL OF YOUR OWN HEALTH…YOU DESERVE TO BE WELL – YOU DESERVE FREEDOM OF CHOICE. Carry this book on your phone – IPad at all times. Discover many holistic choices here. Doctors, Hospitals, and Prescribed Medications cost a lot of money. TRUE! THAT IS WHY I WROTE THIS BOOK – TO GIVE… [Read More]
How could she leave? FEAR had a strangle hold! And yet, how could she continue on? She felt trapped! She lived in constant DREAD Of Making Her Spouse Angry. A young innocent girl starved for affection meets a HANDSOME man,. Desiring for him to fill an emptiness in her life, she is willing to do… [Read More]
KLEPTOMANIAC, Who’s Really Robbing God Anyway is a trek through the pages of the Bible to find the untwisted truth about the centuries-old false teachings on tithes and offerings. Every page of this book has information that will make you become an analyst in getting to the bottom line of what tithing is in the… [Read More]
A once idyllic meadow, home to animals, birds, insects, wildflowers and ancient apple trees is clear cut by a bulldozer to make way for new construction. Miraculously, there is one survivor…a lonely little dandelion. When her golden petals turn to white fluff, she takes flight in search of a new home. We get a bird’s… [Read More]
This book provides some sociological perspectives on how to understand and handle rumors and gossip in business, the workplace and everyday life. It explains the nature and social functions of rumors and gossip in various social settings, particularly in corporate situations, and provides some critical advice on how to analyze and deal with unverified information… [Read More]
Little Miss HISTORY has packed three of her NYC adventures into one exciting book. Visit the STATUE of LIBERTY the symbol of hope and promise for the immigrants who passed it on their way to fulfilling their dreams as they awaited inspection on ELLIS ISLAND. Then journey up the Hudson River to the USS INTREPID… [Read More]
by James Minter
For 7 to 9-year-old boys and girls. Arrogant pride makes a child feel so important that they would rather do something wrong than admit they have made a mistake. Could pride be playing a part in your child’s negative behaviour? Billy Field says something nasty to his best friend Ant Turner, and they row. Ant… [Read More]
by Erica Graham
When Puppy wakes up from a nap, he sees a bubble. When it disappears, Puppy begins his long journey to find the missing bubble. Will Puppy find the bubble, or has it vanished forever? This engaging story is a fun way to read to little ones while promoting babbling, early words and language skills. It… [Read More]
by Erica Graham
When Teri hears a small voice calling her, she never would have guessed who she would meet…a cricket! But not just any cricket. This cricket has a guitar. He is hoping that Teri can help him replace a broken string on his guitar. Will Teri’s creative thinking be able to help cricket, or will cricket… [Read More]
by Erica Graham
Sam has dreamed all night about his strawberry sucker. When morning arrives, he is unable to resist sneaking downstairs to eat his sucker before breakfast. But when mom comes toward the room and Sam is forced to run back to bed, he loses track of his sticky strawberry sucker. Now where could that sticky strawberry… [Read More]
by Erica Graham
The bright red tricycle loves spending every day riding around with his boy Ryan. But when Ryan’s dad brings home a new bicycle, the little red tricycle quickly finds himself on an unknown journey. Will the little red tricycle ever be ridden by Ryan again, or is he destined to rust away in a scrap… [Read More]
Fathering the Fatherless deals with Fatherlessness and what it does to children and The choices they make in there life. What you can do as a dad to fix it.And do better for your Children to come to know they have a father that loves them and wont leave them, You & God
Ready for some fun? Now you can color some of my adventures from the seven books of the Little Miss HISTORY Travels to….nonfiction history series in this first of my coloring books. Learn words of wisdom captured from historical figures. Grab those crayons, pencils or markers and put your colors on these historical people and places.
Gallery of Life is a poetic journey about the moods of spirituality and the religiously deep awareness of human empathy conditions which contain abundant blessings. The collection of poems focuses on everyday living, faith, love, hope, trust, peace, and God. These poems will walk through the reader’s mind and heart. The reader will be enlightened… [Read More]
When you see the best in every situation something magical can happen: you make new friends and discover that clouds do taste like ice-cream! Pete is an ordinary elephant with an EXTRA-ordinary gift. Little Tail is a small dog with a big heart and an even bigger wish, to see the snow. Usual animals found… [Read More]
In this book, I provide you with excellent advice, using words from people of all ages and occupations, about this thing called “money + saving.” I wanted to write a book that would capture your heart and mind as you thought about money and the importance of saving for your future. This book is dedicated… [Read More]
Who was George Washington? Washington is best known as America’s first president, but he was also a military hero. If you asked George Washington what he really wanted to be, he would reply, “a farmer.” Seeking to revolutionize antiquated 18th century farming methods, Washington experimented with crop rotation, fertilizers, plowing and plants. The Mount Vernon… [Read More]
A journey begins with leaving one place and venturing forth toward a new one. Millions of immigrants left their homelands in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries to seek the promise of a better future in America. Why did they abandon their homeland? Some fled from political oppression or slavery, others sought work or the possibility… [Read More]
Where can you explore life on a submarine, an aircraft carrier, and outer space all in one place? At the INTREPID Sea, Air & Space Museum, visitors can watch war movies, view actual WW II planes, and explore the Growler nuclear submarine. The USS Intrepid served: in WW II, the Vietnam War, during the height… [Read More]
A single shot rings out; laughter turns to tears. President Abraham Lincoln is assassinated, and history is changed forever. The theater is closed and later collapses. Is Ford’s Theater forever cursed or will it rise again to greater glory? Winner of the 2015 Independent Author Network Award for Outstanding Nonfiction Children’s Book.
Since her last expedition to the Statue of Liberty, Little Miss HISTORY is flying across the North American continent to the recesses of Sequoia National Park, where she is skydiving into its forest! Here in the “land of the living giants,” the reader will learn about the differences between redwood and sequoia trees and of… [Read More]
Since her last trip to Mount Rushmore, Little Miss HISTORY has journeyed more than 1700 miles over land, sea and air to reach her second destination, The Statue of Liberty. This national treasure stands proudly in New York Harbor welcoming all people to the land of freedom and opportunity. In this second book of the… [Read More]
In a world of conflict and division, this is the story of two very unlikely animals who are born literally joined at the hip. Their life journey and close proximity force these two creatures to learn to get along, or they will not survive the Amazon jungles of their village home. This unlikely pair is born… [Read More]
Cricket’s First Sleep Over is a candid look into the fun and excitement that goes into planning Cricket’s first sleep over. With her two best friends by her side, Daisy and Molly, they enjoy an evening filled with love, laughter and growing closer as friends as they encourage one another!
Bully Billy is Back: The Burrowing Owls are Worried is an award winning story of Manny, a small Burrowing Owl, who has difficulty learning new things and Bully Billy, a Great Horned Owl, who is angry because he has no friends. Bully Billy watches Manny struggle and sees opportunities to bully. However, when Bully Billy… [Read More]
Owlivia, a barn owl, is lonely. She is new to the area and has no friends. While flying over her new home she sees a colony of burrowing owls and wants to make friends. Because she looks different, the other owls do not like her until a scary hawk comes to the burrow and threatens… [Read More]
Discovering insights and finding encouragement when you struggle with the issue of Unanswered Prayer.Throughout our spiritual pilgrimage we have all struggled with the issue of unanswered prayer. It can subtly challenge the very core of a person’s faith in God, and their confidence in the reliability of the Scriptures. An understanding of God’s Sovereignty, and… [Read More]
Discovering insights and finding encouragement as you travel through the storms of life that often come so unexpectedly into our daily lives. It is inevitable that we will all pass through difficult storms in our life pilgrimage. These chaotic life trials will differ in ferocity. Some will pose great risk to our personal safety, while… [Read More]
Hurtful circumstances in life can break our heart and wound our soul. God invites us to come to Him to heal the brokenness within and to set us free. It is inevitable that most people will in some way be touched by grief, tragedy and wounded relationships in their lifetime. The burden of carrying the… [Read More]
Shortlisted – Rubery Book Awards (2016) Introducing children to the enjoyable world of Plumbing, through fun rhyme and colourful illustrations. In this story, Mummy always saves the day with her plumbing skills! Follow this child’s journey as his mum, a Plumber, helps Mrs Platt from the upstairs flat, who’s nail goes through a pipe, and… [Read More]
Purdue University Engineering Gift Guide (2017) Shelf Unbound Notable 100 Winner (2016) Finalist – International Book Awards (2016) Bronze Medal Winner – The Wishing Shelf Book Awards (2015) A sweetly illustrated story with a powerful message. ‘My Mummy is an Engineer’ is the first title by Butterfly Books. This book introduces children to the exciting… [Read More]
by Eric H. Roth
This English Teacher’s Guide to Compelling American Conversations provides teaching tips, feedback suggestions, extension suggestions, and supplemental exercises so you can help teach speaking skills in a relaxed, confident manner. How do you we get our intermediate English language learners to speak more in our classes? How can we help prepare American residents by choice… [Read More]
by Eric H. Roth
Do you teach speaking skills to Japanese English language learners? – Do your students need to improve their conversation skills? – Are you looking for an EFL conversation textbook that creates positive English language experiences? Compelling Conversations- Japan: Questions and Quotations for High Intermediate English Language Learners provides a wise range of speaking activities that… [Read More]
Do you want to increase your audience for your audio, podcasts, videos, live events? Check the book, Sound Is Not Enough: Captioning as Universal Design. Businesses, media owners and producers, event organizers, educators, employers, those considering careers in captioning and interpreting, and anyone interested in improving communication and information access will find this book useful… [Read More]
Physical Literacy 12 Steps Pledge Ambassadorship is the passport that connects a path (the yellow brick road to health and fitness) for readers young and old: Or fit and unfit with 12 proven strategies according to scientific based research and national health and fitness objectives to learn how to workout smarter, stay healthier, reduce health… [Read More]
Project Management is, in many ways, like flying a kite.
How do you design and construct it so that it’s lifted high and strong by the wind? What do you do when it gets snagged in a tree, lands on the roof of a house, or is tangled on electrical wire? How do you retrieve it while keeping it intact?
Similar elements come into play when executing a project. Successful delivery may be affected by obstacles such as erroneous engineering, defective equipment, late arrival of materials, personnel turnover, among others. While prior planning does indeed help, it takes a skilled pilot to build, fly, rescue, and bring down the kite safely throughout the course of its journey, just like it takes a skilled Project Manager to successfully deliver his (her) project.
Like flying a kite, effective project management requires technique, experience and skill to finish the project on good terms. With a combination of practical wisdom borne of decades of experience in international engineering and project management, Why Is It That My Kite Won’t Fly? offers a wealth of research and results-based suggestions for optimizing your approach to project management in a wide variety of sectors.
From The Introduction
Welcome my dear fellow word-sleuths. This puzzle book is your chance to have a little fun with the serious words of the healthcare world. Here I have assembled many medical specialties, and topics of interest to all healthcare practitioners and students, into one book and tried to have fun with them.
Each puzzle contains phrases, terms of art, and common words, that are essential to each topic. Some of the words are common to the healthcare profession in general, and some are very specific to the healthcare specialty represented in each puzzle. Some contain phrases that have been condensed down to their familiar letters, such as “cardio-pulmonary resuscitation,” which is commonly referred to as “CPR.” Also, I like to use a felt-tip highlighter-pen when doing this type of puzzle. This keeps the puzzle neat, clean, & easy to read. Word-search puzzles are a simple and quick way to enjoy a few minutes away from you studies and work – so have fun.