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Dead Voices

by Jeff Child

Skeletor is a skeleton who should have passed on to the other realm. However, he finds himself stuck in between worlds, with a mission in mind, annoying voices in his head, and the challenge to overcome evil...

Criminal Sociology

by Enrico Ferri

A new departure in science is a simple phenomenon of nature, determined in its origin and progress, like all such phenomena, by conditions of time and place. Attention must be drawn to these conditions at the...

A Christmas Tree

by Charles Dickens & MyBooks Classics

I have been looking on, this evening, at a merry company of children assembled round that pretty German toy, a Christmas Tree. The tree was planted in the middle of a great round table, and towered high above...


by Nikki Tate & Dani Tate-Stratton

Christmas is a popular holiday celebrated by people all over the world. This informative and engaging exploration of Christmas is aimed at the middle grades but will entertain readers of a much wider age range....

After Life

by Merrie-Ellen Wilcox

Why do we die? Why can't we live forever? What happens to us after death? Moving between science and culture, After Life: Ways We Think About Death takes a straightforward look at these and other questions long...

The Future in America

by Herbert George Wells

The Future in America: A Search After Realities written by Herbert George Wells who was an English writer.This book was published in 1906. And now republish in ebook format. We believe this work is culturally...

After Life

by Merrie-Ellen Wilcox

Why do we die? Why can't we live forever? What happens to us after death? Moving between science and culture, After Life: Ways We Think About Death takes a straightforward look at these and other questions long...

My Weird School Fast Facts: Mummies, Myths, and Mysteries

by Dan Gutman & Jim Paillot

Think fast with A.J. and Andrea from My Weird School!

Did you know that ancient Egyptians treated infections by putting moldy bread on them? Did you know that ancient Roman workers would stomp around barefoot...


by S. Jackson & A. Raymond

In The Big Cheese Festival, we meet Stubby Mouse and his family and friends. We learn that Stubby Mouse has a secret, that he is being bullied by another mouse, simply because his tail is short. Read how Stubby...

One Day Luisito

by Elizabeth Cisneros & Jeremy Martinez

As a child, we were told we could grow up to be anything we want. How often do we take advantage of those opportunities and support as we grow up? This is the story of a little boy whose family continued to...

That Teacher Uses Crutches!

by Lori-Ann Tessier

Theres a new teacher at school, and everyone in Mrs. Maddens third-grade class is curious about her. She walks around on crutches all the time! The students have many questions.

Because Mrs. Madden doesnt know...

Make a New Friend

by Tricia Lynn & Judy Robling

Take a journey with Hannah, a little girl who just wants a friend to play with at the park. But the only boy at the park is . . . well, hes weird. But as her mother prompts her, she learns some very interesting...

Extension in Kazakhstan and the Experience of the Usa:Lessons from a Working National Model

by Johnson, Kalna-D, Suleimenov & Yespolov

Tlektes I. Espolov, Rector of the Kazakh National Agrarian University, and Academician of the Kazakh Academy of Agricultural Sciences Stanley R. Johnson, Board Chair, National Center for Food and Agricultural...

Seven Laws of Successful Correction and Rehabilitation

by Mike M. Joseph

Its a troubled world we live in. It was meant to be utopia, yet we are busy messing it up. At all levels of government we seem to do our best to throw a monkey wrench at the system we devised for our good, not...

Letters from Juvenile Hall

by Eva Fry

WHY DO KIDS TURN BAD? What makes a child a killer?In 2002 there were over two million juvenile arrests and over100,000 kids, under the age of 18, locked up in America.Some things are steadily getting worse....

A Concise Collection of College Students' Slang

by Xin-An Lu

Language is a passport to a culture. Slang, probably the most lively part of a language, is especially so. Understanding of a culture's slang is a great lens through which to know the authentic life of the members...


by L. T. Hobhouse

Liberalism written by a British liberal political theorist and sociologist L. T. Hobhouse. This book is one of many works of him. First published in 1911. And now republish in ebook format. We believe this work...

All About Korea

by Ann Martin Bowler & Soosoonam Barg

**2012 Creative Child Magazine Preferred Choice Award Winner**

There are now over 1.5 million Korean-Americans living in the United States including 100,000 adopted children. All About Korea is perfect for educators...

All About China

by Allison Branscombe & Lin Wang

**Winner of Creative Child Magazine 2015 Preferred Choice Award**

**Winner of the Independent Publisher Book Award Silver Medal**

**Winner of Moonbeam Children's Book Awards 2015 Silver Medal**

Take the whole...

A Fair Deal

by Kari Jones

Fair trade is not about spending more money or buying more stuff. It's about helping producers in developing countries get a fair price for their goods. In A Fair Deal: Shopping for Social Justice, Kari Jones...