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Crisis on the Far Side by Daniel Barth
Free from March 5-7!
http://amzn.com/B00AWX5RQW

Crisis on the Far Side is the third book of an ongoing scifi adventure series geared towards 5th-8th graders. An educator and author, Daniel combines his expertise in space science with his crisp writing style to provide a riveting and easy-to-read scifi adventure series for children.

Daniel has won the Amgen Award for Excellence in Space Teaching and the first book of the series (Maurice on the Moon) is used in many schools' curricula throughout the country.
 

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9 Skills for Listening to Life by Geoffrey Caine

FREE on Kindle
May 30 - April 2


http://amzn.com/B00BHMNV4M

Don't frustrate others with poor listening skills. This book provides practical and immediate tips to develop deep and active listening skills in order to improve relationships at home and at the workplace as well as facilitate your pursuit of inner peace and success.

Geoffrey Caine is the Executive Director of Caine Learning and has previously worked with Apple and Zephyr Press as a consultant.
 

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Maurice on the Moon by Dr. Daniel Barth
FREE from May 7 to May 9 on Kindle
http://amzn.com/B00870L6ZS

Maurice on the Moon is the first ebook of an educational, scifi adventure series geared towards kids. It is being used as a Common Core resource in schools throughout the country as well as several international locations. The book is fit for an interdisciplinary style of teaching where, for instance, a literary discussion about the book's setting can be intertwined with the learning of facts on space travel. Above all, it is written in a way that is interesting, engaging, and exciting to young students.

Dr. Daniel Barth is a Reagan Scholar, winner of the Amgen Award for Excellence in Science Teaching, and an active advocate of Common Core Standards. For more on Dr. Daniel Barth, visit http://www.MauriceontheMoon.com.
 

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The Inspiring Teacher by Bob Sullo
FREE from May 21 - 23 on Kindle
http://amzn.com/B00BERNXHU



Why Read The Inspiring Teacher?

The Inspiring Teacher is for every educator aspiring to create a meaningful professional identity and positively impact the lives of their students. Whether you're already teaching, training to become a teacher, or thinking about a career in education, The Inspiring Teacher is for you if you want more than just a job. It is for those committed to making a difference.

The Inspiring Teacher includes teaching strategies and teaching methods to implement in your class, regardless of the level you teach. This teacher training resource will help and inspire both beginning and veteran educators.

Parents, do you want your kids to internalize what you value and behave responsibly even when no one is watching and there is no promise of a "Student of the Month" award or a "Good Boy/Good Girl" shouted in their direction? If so, The Inspiring Teacher is a valuable teaching resource for you as well.

If you want to make a positive difference in the lives of students, The Inspiring Teacher is for you whether you're an educator, a teacher in training, or a parent.

More about the author: www.InternalMotivation.net
 

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Maurice on the Moonby Dr. Daniel Barth
FREE TODAY (6/13) on Kindle
http://amzn.com/B00870L6ZS



Maurice on the Moon is the first ebook of an educational, scifi adventure series geared towards kids. It is being used as a Common Core science and reading resource in schools throughout the country as well as several international locations. The book is fit for an interdisciplinary style of teaching where, for instance, a literary discussion about the book's setting can be intertwined with the learning of facts on space travel. Above all, it is written in a way that is interesting, engaging, and exciting to young students.

Dr. Daniel Barth is a Reagan Scholar, winner of the Amgen Award for Excellence in Science Teaching, and an active advocate of Common Core Standards. For more on Dr. Daniel Barth, visit http://www.MauriceontheMoon.com.
 
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