Category: Books & Stationery

Children’s books are fun and diverse to read making it not hard to love this category. A lot of authors venture in writing children’s books for numerous reasons. You may... Read More

Seventy-one lessons are devoted to basic operational skills of addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division for whole numbers, fractions, and percents. Exponents, greatest common factors, least common multiples, ratio, and proportions... Read More

After thirty-years of teaching math and science at the middle, junior, and senior high school levels plus community college, I decided to write pre-algebra and algebra workbooks. Thinking these workbooks... Read More

So here it is, the book called Poetry In Motion. Poetry is life in Motion, Motion is the Poetry of Life, spinning at a vibration so magnificent, a vision for... Read More

The frustrations book shows several ways to solve many math problems. These would include factoring binomials and polynomials, solving quadratic equations, work and other story problems, such as distance rate... Read More

Motivational books are great books to start. Immersing yourself in these kinds of books will help you see the light at the end of every tunnel. It can be something... Read More

At different moments in our lives, we all experience feelings of intense emotions. We all find our own ways of handling good times and bad, and the consequences they bring.... Read More

Nelibeth Plaza has served for Twenty-seven years in the New York City Department of Education as an elementary school teacher and formerly as an assistant principal. She has a passion... Read More

A Kids Life-Loving,Learning,Growing is not Shakespeare. It's not meant to be. I hope this book will engage the youngest readers, and the almost ready to read, but still loving book... Read More

“The pen is mightier than the sword.” is an old and classic adage by English author Edward Bulwer-Lytton. As interpreted by some, words and writings are a more effective tool... Read More