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1. CAT CAN'T READ - Kathleen Randolph

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Cat says, "I want to be a teacher some day because when I was young. I could not read. Not being able to read made me feel bad. I wish I could find a way to make the hurt go away. I call trying to make something good out of a tough situation, making stars from scars! Instead of giving up, I would find a way to work it out." †


In her debut Children's Book, destined to become a classic, Author Kathleen Randolph tells the story of CAT to inspire kids everywhere to learn to love reading.†

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2. 100 Spelling Rules - Camilia Sadik

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Linguist Camilia Sadik discovered over 100 spelling rules. Logical learners need spelling rules to know when to spell a sound one-way and not the other, as in the final sound in fashion, ocean, suspicion, complexion, superstition, expression, and musician. Those with spelling difficulties are not learning disabled; they can learn but their learning style is a logical learning style. Logical learners have been learning the spelling of hundreds of words at a time from 100 Spelling Rules. Visit SpellingRules.com to learn Now the spelling of 240 words instantly! 100 Spelling Rules is a book to teach 12,000 long words to older children in the 4th grade and up, adults, and ESL students. It can be used by teachers or as a self-help book. Dyslexic persons are logical learners and can now learn to spell logically. Dyslexia in spelling and in writing letters in reverse ends, after learning to spell and after slowing down to write words slowly. Each of the 105 spelling lessons in 100 Spelling Rules begins with a spelling rule, followed by a list of nearly all the words that follow that rule, and students are asked to read aloud slowly to memorize the spelling of hundreds of words at a time. The author, Linguist Camilia Sadik spent 15 years intensely dissecting English, discovering over 100 spelling rules, applying the spelling rules in 600 phonics-based spelling lessons, class-testing her discoveries, and preparing 10 breakthrough phonics-based spelling books. The 30 unique learning features in Sadik's books make learning to spell inescapable. Sadik's books are cumulative. To benefit from this book, those who missed learning phonics need to start with the books Read Instantly and Learn to Spell 500 Words a Day, which is in 6 volumes. For sample lessons and much more, visit SpellingRules.com

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3. A Child's Story of Easter 6pk: E4727 Coloring Book -

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4. A Farmer's Wife, the Story of Ruth - J. H. Willard

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Ruth was a young woman of Moab, the great-grandmother of David. She was poor, but was helped by an older woman to overcome the difficulties she faced. She listen to the advice given to her by Naomi, to whom Ruth gave unfaltering loyalty. The story of Ruth illustrates the triumph of courage and ingenuity over adverse circumstances. In the gospel of Matthew, four women were included in the genealogy of Jesus (Matthew 1:2-17), Ruth was one of the four. A Farmer's Wife, The Story of Ruth is an uplifting story displaying how loyalty and obeisance are foundations to a fulfilled life. Written for the young reader it is an excellent volume on Ruth for your child to read or for you to read to them.

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5. A Ferry Away! A Kid's Guide To The Isle Of Wight, UK - Penelope Dyan

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The Isle of Wight is an island in the English Channel, that sits about two miles off the coast of Hampshire; and you can get there by taking a ferry from Portsmouth, which is another fun place to visit. Wight has been home to poets Swinburne and Tennyson, and Queen Victoria built her summer residence and final home on the Isle of Wight. The island practices† wildlife conservation and has some fun attractions for kids that support this practice.† It also has some of the richest quarries in all of Europe for hunting dinosaur fossils. There is a train you can take through tunnels to get from here to there, and you can hop off the train and and walk along the streets of Wight whenever you like! †

Written by† the award winning author, attorney and former teacher, Penelope Dyan, with photographs by John D. Weigand, you can use† this ‘learn to read’ book to see just a bit of the Isle of Wight and practice your reading skills through word repetition, word repetition and rhyme.† When you are done reading, watch the free music video that goes with this book on Bellissimavideo’s YouTube channel.† The Isle of Wight is a must see, must visit place that’s only “A Ferry Away!”

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6. A Friend From Heaven - Sherry Fanous

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A Friend From Heaven encourages young children to develop relationships with saints. This story of Pope Kyrillos shows how he depended on his heavenly friend St Mina to help him whenever he needed him. Like Pope Kyrillos we can call on our saints to intercede for us when we are in need. A Friend From Heaven encourages young children to develop relationships with saints.†

The purpose of this book is to encourage children to develop meaningful relationships with the saints. As you read through, encourage your child to think of ways in which they can communicate with their patron saint. Reading stories like this is one way. However other ways include: singing hymns, colouring in their pictures, decorating their icons, and discussing their virtues.


Ask your child whether they have ever been faced with a situation in which they needed a saint’s help. Explain that when we love the saints and develop relationships with them, they are always near us.

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7. A Lot O' Granada, A Kid's Guide To Granada, Spain - Penelope Dyan

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The city of Granada is the capital of the province of Granada, in the community of Andalucia, Spain. Granada is located at the foot of the Sierra Nevada mountains, There is a lot to see and do in Grenada, and parents might like to go out at night, and see lots of museums during the day that kids may or may not like; but there is one museum kids will absolutely love! And that is the Natural History Museum because it's interactive! There are also lots of parks where you can go and play and lots of fun souvenir shops where you can see and buy interesting things. You can take a cab or bus to the old part of the city and walk through the gate up to the Alhambra. There is a beautiful and huge cathedral in the center of town, and lots more. This book will show some things you can see when you go to Granada, and if you are looking at this book just to learn a bit about this place, that is good too! With photographs by John D. Weigand and poetry by the award winning author attorney and former teacher, Penelope Dyan, you can't go wrong with this fun book for kids. Look for the video that goes along with this book (on YouTube) to see even more of Granada, and also watch for a Penelope Dyan travel log and kids' show on www.stop4fun.org. As a teacher Dyan likes to paint a picture for kids that will move them toward independent study, and all of these things only make step one on a learning journey that begins with this single step.

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8. A March on London - G. A. Henty, Henty G. a.

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This classic large print title is printed in 16 point Tiresias font as recommended by the Royal National Institute for the Blind

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9. A Rose Is A Rose! A Kid's Guide To Stratford-upon-Avon, UK - Penelope Dyan

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It may have been Gertrude Stein who said, "A rose is a rose," as she sat around contemplating life with Ernest Hemingway and other greats, but it was William Shakespeare who gave her the idea by first saying, "A rose by any other name would smell as sweet." In fact, when you think of everything that Shakespeare has contributed to not only literature, but to the development of the English language, itself, it is mind boggling! As dead as a doornail, as good luck would have it, as pure as the driven snow, and even the phrase 'fancy free,' are all said to originate from the works of the great William Shakespeare. This is what Penelope Dyan had in mind as she traveled through the small town of Stratford-upon-Avon, to see (not so much a place) as to get a feel of this place that inspired the life and times of William Shakespeare. Written in verse, so kids can also practice reading skills by shouting what comes next in the text, and conveying a very positive message, this book is also accompanied by the photography of John D. Weigand, making this book a travel guide of a very different kind that entertains as it encourages kids to think. There is also a music video on the Bellissimavideo YouTube Channel that goes along with this book to further enhance the learning experience.

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10. A Royal Residence--A Kid's Guide To Windsor Castle - Penelope Dyan

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Windsor Castle was built by William the Conqueror after the Norman conquest in 1066. He built a ring of fortifications within a short distance of one another for easy reinforcements. Windsor Castle, one of this ring of fortifications, was strategically important because it was close to both the River Thames, a key medieval route into London, and Windsor! Windsor Castle was not built as a a royal residence. The first king to use it as such was Henry I. Henry II came to the throne in 1154 and added his touches by building and modifying the residence between 1165 and 1179. He replaced the wooden palisade surrounding the upper ward with a stone wall interspersed with square towers and built the first King's Gate, among other things. But this is not the important part of going to this place. The reason a kid comes here is to dream of princes, palaces and kings, and to see one of the castles in Europe, built in medieval times that is still used by royalty to this very day. Use this book when you visit Windsor Castle in person and see what other things you can stuff between its covers, such as your own postcards, your tickets, notes, etc; because this is what you are supposed to do with these travel books! You are supposed to use them as a stepping stone to make your way through time and history. All of these books are intended as a learning experience, not to spoon feed a bunch of boring facts, but to encourage additional research and questioning from even the youngest child, so that when they visit any of these places they will shout aloud with delight, "I know what that is! I saw it in my book!" And this is why photographer John D. Weigand and award winning author, and former teacher, and attorney Penelope Dyan again combine their special talents and efforts to give you a small peak inside a very royal world.

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11. A Safe Harbor, A Kid's Guide To Cagliari, Sardinia, Italy - Penelope Dyan

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Cagliari is an Italian municipality and the capital of the island of Sardinia, an autonomous region of Italy. And Cagliari’s Sardinian name, Casteddu, means castle, so expect to feel very enchanted when you visit. Here is an ancient city upon which many continuous civilizations have been built. If you look carefully, and use your imagination, you can see history in the streets, in the corners and in the eyes of the people. The Province of Cagliari is situated in the southern part of Sardinia, overlooking the Mediterranean Sea on the south and on the east; and although it is said the best way to arrive is by sea, you can travel there vicariously through the pages of this book, and you can see even more of this place by watching the free music video on the Bellissimavideo YouTube channel that goes along with this book.

Written by the award winning author, attorney and former teacher, Penelope Dyan, and filled with photographs by John D. Weigand, this ‚Äėlearn to read‚Äô book, through the use of word recognition, word repetition and rhyme, lets kids learn and see some of what our author and photographer saw on their visit to this city and port. So put on the walking shoes of your mind, and have some fun as you learn!

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12. A Step In Time--A Kid's Guide To Ephesus, Turkey - Penelope Dyan

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Izmir,Turkey is an exciting place to visit, full of history and culture and more facts than you could ever possibly keep inside your head, so the best thing to do when you go to this place is to simply soak it in, relax and take a step back in time as you explore this part of Turkey, which is actually a part of Asia. The Turks will tell you that people who are from this part of Turkey in Asia were the first settlers of America, the first Native Americans. They will tell you that it was their ancestors who crossed the Bering Strait during the ice age, and that their people are Nomadic and to them at that time, it made perfect sense. The problem was the ice that made up the bridge to America melted, and they could not come home. Looking at the traditional rugs (as you will see in this book) lend credence to this theory, because the art of the weave and the manner of the weaving, dying and creation of the rugs of the Navajo and these Nomadic Turks (today) look almost exactly the same. Travel through this book's pages and take a glimpse at Izmir Turkey with award winning writer, attorney and former teacher, Penelope Dyan and master photographer John D. Weigand, and behold the magic of Turkey!

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13. A True Princess The Life of St Demiana - Sherry Fanous

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Saint Demiana was an Egyptian Christian martyr of the early fourth century. Her story is a reminder to all young girls that their eternal joy and salvation is the one thing needful in their lives. Saint Demiana only had our Lord Jesus Christ in her heart and mind. Nothing else mattered to her.

This book gives parents the opportunity to teach our children how to value and prioritise other things more than Jesus. Saint Demiana, however, is a beautiful example, as she reminds us that we always needs to put Jesus first.

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14. Adam - Penelope Dyan

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Who was the very first man on earth? Why, it was Adam, of course! And Adam was created out of nothing but dust and lived in a wonderful garden called Eden. What do you think Eden was like? Can you draw a picture of what you think it might have been like? Well, this is exactly what award winning writer, former teacher, attorney and poet Penelope Dyan did! She drew a whole bunch of pictures about what she thought (in her head) Eden was like! Adam was lonely, and do you know why? He had lots of animals in the garden of Eden, and he gave them all names, and they were very nice animals; but he wanted something more. Find out what God did for Adam next, just because Adam was alone and sad. Read this book and experience the love of God through this faith based book, and imagine what it was like when the earth was first created. Follow the new faith based line of books created by this award winning writer and poet and laugh and learn and practice some of your reading skills as you recognize a cast of familiar Dyan characters. Most of all, please remember this: God is love, and you can't go wrong with love!

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15. Adventures of Katie Calf on Far-A-Way Farm - Cecelia Davis

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The Adventures of Katie Calf came about as a result of visiting with my cousin, Robert Lee Matteson who had a farm in Fulton, MO. A man of very few words, he came into the living room where I was and began telling me about a cow he had that was carrying twin calves. He knew the cow was about to deliver and went into the field to see if he could find her. He found one of the calves and led it to find the mother. The mother cow rejected the new calf because she already had a calf nursing from her udder. That night, as I lay in bed, the story of Katie Calf took form. Katie Finds a Friend and The Pond also resulted from listening to Robert Lee tell about other things happening on the farm to other animals. The remainder stories about Katie Calf and her friends were Cecelia's imagination. Cecelia and her husband, Paul were children directors at the Raytown Assembly of God church in Raytown, MO for five years. They now live in Warsaw, MO. Other books by Cecelia S. Davis can be seen by going to www.ceceliadavisbooks.com.

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16. All About Rhymes - Gina Crawford

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Gina Crawford has authored works in a variety of genres, including a thesis, journalistic articles, and poetry. However, her specialty is in children's literature. Crawford holds Bachelor and Master of Arts degrees in English and teaches composition and American literature on the college level. She resides in North Alabama. Darrell Osborn says he lives his life "walking the line between arts and entertainment." Over the past 25 years, his illustrations have traveled around the world and into space. While across the South, he's known as Doctor Osborn, the Magical Mad Scientist. The mixing of the two gives him the unique perspective reflected in both art forms. Together they have created a really fun book that will introduce kids everywhere to the joys of rhyming! And the art of rhyme is one step toward learning to read! So whether you are already reading, or simply learning to read, this book is perfect for you! There is also a free music video on the Bellissimavideo YouTube channel that goes with this book for even more learning fun!

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17. All About Rhymes - Gina Crawford

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Gina Crawford has authored works in a variety of genres, including a thesis, journalistic articles, and poetry. However, her specialty is in children's literature. Crawford holds Bachelor and Master of Arts degrees in English, and she teaches composition and American literature on the college level. She resides in North Alabama. Darrell Osborn says he lives his life "walking the line between arts and entertainment." Over the past 25 years, his illustrations have traveled around the world and into space, while across the South, he's known as Doctor Osborn, the Magical Mad Scientist. The mix of the two gives him the unique perspective reflected in both art forms. Together they have created a really fun book that will introduce kids everywhere to the joys of rhyming! And the art of rhyme is one step toward learning to read! So whether you are already a reader or simply learning to read, this book is perfect for you! There is also a free music video on the Bellissimavideo YouTube channel that goes with this book for even more learning fun!

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18. All Animal Lives Matter - Tony Ridgway

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This is another wonderful book all about animals to add to your Tony Ridgway library.† Ao who exactly is Tony Ridgway?

Tony Ridgway is a veteran songwriter from Cape Town, South Africa. After a successful three decades in the music industry, Ridgway has turned his full attention to writing and illustrating educational books for children, focussing on animal awareness; a lifelong passion.

A fervent CAT activist, Ridgway spends most his days sketching cats, writing about cats . . . with cats.

Other books by Tony Ridgway, self-professed cat whisperer, published by Bellissima Publishing, LLC include::

“Cat Tails”
“The Friendly Creatures”
“Songs Of The Wild”

Ridgway is married to Melissa, an Educational Psychologist; and they live with their three cats, a dog, and several of their other smaller fauna friends, in Melkbosstrand, a seaside village on the Cape’s West Coast.

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19. All Math Words Dictionary - Large Print Edition - David E. McAdams

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One of the difficulties many students experience in learning math skills has to do with the fact that an entire language, both spoken and written, has grown up around math. Students that acquire that language are successful in math studies. Students that do not acquire that language have serious problems with mathematics. This dictionary is designed to aid in the acquisition of the language of math. All Math Words Dictionary is written for students of pre-algebra, beginning algebra, geometry and intermediate algebra. This dictionary is written using the four 'C's of math writing: * Concise: Definitions are compact, yet understandable. * Complete: All words and phrases of interest to students of the target classes are included, plus a few just beyond the scope of the target classes. Tables of symbols and notation, formulas, and units of measurement, plus lists of properties of objects give the student all the information needed to understand the concepts and decipher many word problems. * Correct: The definitions have been thoroughly reviewed for mathematical and literary correctness. * Comprehensible: The definitions are written to be understood by students in the target classes. Abundant illustrations aid in understanding. This dictionary has: * over 3000 entries * more than 140 defined notations * in excess of 790 illustrations * International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) pronunciation guide< * greater than 1400 formulas, equations, definitions, examples, identities and expressions. While teaching high school math, Mr. McAdams noted that some students did not understand even simple math statements, such as ‚ÄúThis equation is determinate.‚ÄĚ Those students who had not acquired a basic math vocabulary were left behind, becoming frustrated and mentally dropping out of class. Mr. McAdams quickly added vocabulary exercises to his classroom teaching, but found that there were no adequate resources for vocabulary acquisition. All of the online math dictionaries and encyclopedias were either woefully incomplete, or written at a college level. He began by creating a vocabulary resource for his students, using as a guide the vocabulary from the textbooks the students were using. The list of words swiftly grew, and the task of preparing these resources quickly grew beyond what a full-time teacher could accomplish with all the other activities important to teaching. Mr. McAdams was amazed at the enormous size of the math vocabulary that students must gain to be fluent in math. He took the development of this important resource seriously, and after devoting nine years to its development, have created All Math Words Dictionary. The list of words and phrases to be defined was collected from various textbooks in use in the United States and United Kingdom. Each of these words was carefully researched to find all of the ways these words were used in middle school and high school math classes for pre-algebra, beginning algebra, geometry and intermediate algebra. The definitions were carefully crafted and critically explored to meet the goals of concise, complete, correct and comprehensible. Usefulness of these definitions for non-native English speakers was considered and pronunciation was developed using the IPA. Knowing that a picture sometimes is worth a thousand words, I added abundant illustrations to assist students in placing words in a visual context. The result of this extensive effort is All Math Words Dictionary, an important tool for math teachers.

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20. All That Glitters---A Kid's Guide To Virginia City, Nevada - Penelope Dyan

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Virginia City was a mining boomtown; it appeared virtually overnight as a result of the Comstock Lode silver strike of 1859, found because of the sticky mud washed from the shovels while mining for gold! During its heyday, Virginia City had more than 30,000 residents and was called the richest city in America. Virginia City is also the "birthplace" of Mark Twain, as it was here (in February 1863) that the young writer Samuel Clemens, who was then a reporter for the Territorial Enterprise newspaper, first used his famous pen name, Mark Twain. Virginia City, USA's largest National Historic Landmark, is also listed on the National Register of Historic Places. President Lincoln needed gold and silver to keep the Union solvent during the Civil War, so on October 31, 1864, Lincoln made Nevada a state, even though it didn't have enough people to constitutionally authorize statehood. Take a trip to this famous city through the lens of John D. Weigand and through the verse of Penelope Dyan, who is an award winning author, attorney and former teacher. Dyan and Weigand see what kids see, and know how to grab their interest. Nothing is spoon fed here as Dyan's intent is to inspire questioning and learning, and this is what she does best, because to learn one begins with inspiration.

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