“Mr. Monkey Bottom” by Gareth Ross

Perry is a young boy with a mind full of wonder. He has questions about everything from “why do I have to go to bed so early?” to “why does a dog have a wet nose?”He asks his questions to Teach, the wise old owl, who explains the answers to him so that they are […]

“Ann’s guide to low carb grain free living” by Annette White

In the summer of 2014 I weighed 355 lbs.I could no longer walk more than a few feet without my wheel chair.I couldn’t fit in a tub or stand to shower, everday living became a chore.I had been diagnosed with everything from IBS, rheumatoid arthritis, allergies, migraines, pre diabetes, etc.the constant pain in my joints […]

“We’re love goes wrong” by Nicholas Beach

This book is about the life of a child, that was raised by his grand father and mother(whom also happens to be his father due to insestual rap with the child’s mother) who he (the child)later finds out is his biological father. The child goes through the journey of life not knowing one of his […]

“dogopolis” by christopher LaRouche

Dogopolis is a fun and make believe world where children discover the workings of modern society with dogs as characters, lessons can be learned and adventures had! The main focus in this fiction revolves around making complex lessons very simple for children to grasp.   Vote for this Book Idea Voting Status Countdown to 1,000 […]

‘The Easy Approach to Speed Training’ by Raymond Tucker

This is a great book for any coach, parent, or athlete looking for an easy to understand approach to linear speed training. This book will cover the proper body position and mechanics for acceleration from a three-point stance for the 40-yard dash, starting blocks for the 100 meters, and proper sprinting mechanics. There are several […]

“HipHughes Teacher Tips” by Keith Hughes

  I’ve tweeted out over 1k TeacherTips on Twitter and have received a lot of media attention. I am also a huge YouTuber with 5 million views as well as being on two cable shows and blah blah blah. I see a book as the next step and this seems do-able. Any way you could […]

“Streams of Memories” by Rebecca Sharrock

HSAM (or Highly Superior Autobiographical Memory) is a rare condition where one is able to recall every day of their life with fair to perfect accuracy. Prior to the year 2011 I didn’t understand why most people can’t remember their days of being a baby in a crib, or when they struggled to walk as […]

“STAGES: An Experiential Guide for Theatre Fundamentals” by Mindy Early

STAGES: An Experiential Guide for Theatre Fundamentals is a collection of games and exercises that allow participants to explore five major facets of theatre-making in a fun, pressure-free group setting. Geared toward enhancing learning through hands-on exploration, each activity includes: – Clear instructions on how to facilitate the exercise; – Variations which help facilitators add […]

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