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This book was written to give the reader the key to improving his or her own reading, pronunciation and spelling. 135 pages, soft cover or download, Word Corner Publishing
Original collection of gorgeous, never-before-seen photographic representations of the 118 elements in the periodic table. Packed with interesting information, this combination of solid science and stunning artistic photographs is the perfect gift book for every sentient creature in the universe.
This charmingly illustrated storybook with its accompanying workbook teaches students what time is, the meaning of the motion of the hands of a clock, and how to read a clock to the nearest 5 minutes. Heron Books.
Are you looking for the secret to wealth? The Richest Man in Babylon, written in 1926, reveals secrets that are so common-sense, they work as well today as they did in ancient Babylon. A course in economics for teens and adults. Study Guide and workbook
Children will learn how our sense of hearing connects us to our world. They’ll see what the ear looks like and how it works, as well as why our ears pop at high altitudes and how they help us keep our balance.
Pictures to color, counting games, and other activities encourage kids to use their eyes and to think about what they’re seeing.
With engaging pictures to color, counting games, and other activities, kids learn fascinating facts about the sense of smell and taste.
This well-illustrated book opens the door to a new way to see things clearly and logically. Applies the elements of logic and illogic to life.
39 pages, soft cover or download, Applied Scholastics International Click here to view a sample of this book