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The Gallagher Family Myles, Scarlett, Preston Authors- THE BRAYER RANCH ” WHERE SWEET PEA STORIES COME TO LIFE”

THE BRAYER RANCH ” WHERE SWEET PEA STORIES COME TO LIFE”

by The Gallagher Family Myles, Scarlett, Preston

http://www.thebrayerranch.com

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               Sweet Pea is a happy and silly donkey that encounters many adventures in her daily routine.  She works at her candy shop and has dear friends.  They get together and do numerous thing and go many places together.  They go mountain climbing, they go to the fair and make many trips to their local museum. 

Sweet Pea’s adventures appeal to children of all ages.  Whether the children are advenced readers reading alone or if they are small children being read to, they are guaranteed to be intrigued by the daily life of Sweet Pea the donkey.

The illustrations are completed by Scarlett and are sure to be a joy for other children to appreciate.  They intrigue the mind and help the child envision the situation as the story unfolds.  

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OBIIS- Promoting Reading Worldwide

OBIIS- Promoting Reading Worldwide

Who are the Obiis?

​​The Obiis  Children’s Animated Book Series:

Welcome to a new and exciting world of the Obiis (pronounced O-bees).

This Children’s Animated Book Series goes by the name My U.F.O. or My Unique Friends the Obiis. This children’s book series is a story of tiny aliens who live in a friendly planet called Orii. They live in a non- hostile environment where they work together and enjoy life in their peaceful planet Orii.

The Obiis are 7 amazing unique characters (many more to come) with their own and unique and extraordinary personalities that would inspire every child to read this classic book series.  Go to http://www.obiis.com to learn about the Obiis.

cortega@obiis.com

 

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Hayley Rose Author- “Award-Winning” Author, Speaker, Presenter Books of Hayley Rose

“Award-Winning” Author, Speaker, Presenter Books of Hayley Rose

FIFO “WHEN I GROW UP

FIFO “50 STATES”

THE DO’S & DON’TS

TODAY I FEEL EMOTION

CALIFORNIA TO NEW YORK

http://www.boosbyhayleyrose.com & http://www.facebook.com/booksbyhayleyrose.com

http://www.fifothebear.com    www.boooksbyhayleyrose.com

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Renata Press- “Hurly Burly the Squirrel Next Door”

“Hurly Burly the Squirrel Next Door”

He’s very cute, but would he make a good houseguest?

Available in print or as an eBook!

Renata Press

RenataPress.com

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South Dakota State Historical Society Press- GREET THE DAWN THE LAKOTA WAY & … WALKING ALONG …

      GREET THE DAWN THE LAKOTA WAY & … WALKING ALONG … 

      Appreciating Lakota culture through nature’s beauty and Iktomi’s mischief!  

      GREET THE DAWN  THE LAKOTA WAY   $18.95.  hardcover, ages 4 and up  

      … WALKING ALONG …  $19.95. hardcover, ages 7 and up  

      South Dakota State Historical Society Press  

      900 Governors Dr. Pierre, SD.  

      http://www.sdhspress.com  

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Barbara McNichol Editorial- Martin Handford’s WHERE’S WALDO Children’s Books & Word Trippers

Barbara McNichol Editorial- Martin Handford’s WHERE’S WALDO Children’s Books & Word Trippers

Martin Handford, a British illustrator, published the
Where’s Waldo children’s books starting in 1987. In the
series, readers search for the red-and-white-striped
bobble-hatted, glasses-wearing character named Waldo
as well as various things amiss in the intricate illustrations.
The challenge is made trickier because Handford included “red
herrings” (logical fallacies designed to mislead the reader
from the task at hand). Remiss readers, beware!

This week’s Word Tripper describes the difference between
amiss and remiss—two words you’ll want to distinguish before
doing a Where’s Waldo? challenge.

Word Tripper for August 22, 2013

Amiss, remiss – “Amiss,” both an adjective and adverb,
describes something inappropriate, out of place, or
imperfect. “Remiss,” an adjective, means negligent,
inattentive, or careless.

“The coach would be remiss in his responsibilities if he
ignored all that was amiss with the team.” – Lee Olson

“The theft might have been missed if the young miss had
been remiss in reporting something amiss.” – Sharon Skinner

“I knew something was amiss in the room but was remiss in
not checking thoroughly to determine exactly what.” – Gary
Michael

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Can You Find Waldo?

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Waldo. (When your browser opens the link, click on the
brown satchel underneath the Where’s Waldo? logo in
the middle of the screen to begin searching. Good luck!)

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The NEXT TWO Word Trippers — track vs. tract;
insidious vs. invidious

Craft an example sentence for one or both future Word
Trippers and send it to me by Thursday, August 29th. I’ll
include the best examples in an upcoming Word Tripper of 
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Dawn Menge Author- WINNER OF THE EVVY SCOOTER A PLUS READERS VIEWS READERS FAVORITES AWARDS

Dawn Menge Author- WINNER OF THE EVVY SCOOTER A PLUS READERS VIEWS READERS FAVORITES AWARDS

Educational Series

Queen Vernita Meets Sir Heathybean the Astronomer 

Queen Vernita Visits the Blue Ice Mountains 

Queen Vernita’s Visitors 

Queen Vernita Visits the Islands of Enchantment 

Dawn Menge

About this author

Dawn Menge holds a Bachelors Degree from Washington State University specializing in Human Development. She also holds a Clear Credential and Masters in Special Education from California State University San Bernardino. She is currently entering the dissertation phase of her PHD program at Capella University. She is specializing in Curriculum and Instruction.

As an Education Specialist specializing in Severely Handicapped students she has worked for San Bernardino County Superintendent of Schools for fifteen years. She has worked with severely handicapped students from the age of 3 up to 22 years. She is currently working with the 18-22 year olds in a Young Adult Center. Her students curriculum includes functional/vocational skills in which…more

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