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Book Review: The Story Of The Battle of Shiloh

The Story Of The Battle Of Shiloh, by Zachary Kent One of the aspects of this book that is disappointing, at least a little bit, is the way that this book chooses to allocate its limited space. This is a … Continue reading

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Book Review: More Reading Power

More Reading Power, by Beatrice S. Mikulecky and Linda Jeffries It is always interesting to look at the way that a follow-up book seeks to add on to the success of a previous volume. Some books fill in the gaps … Continue reading

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Book Review: Reading Power

Reading Power, by Beatrice S. Mikulecky & Linda Jeffries This book is one of several books that are a part of series that seek to teach English to speakers of other languages. Most of this book consists of very workmanlike … Continue reading

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Lessons In Life

One of the things that people tend to learn, at least implicitly, very early, is just about any activity can provide some sort of learning. If education is expensive business, learning itself is something that is a universal human tendency … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Reading Lesson

The Reading Lesson: Teach Your Child To Read In 20 Easy Lessons, by Michael Levin and Charan Langton This book was, admittedly, a book that I was somewhat disappointed in and that had at least some elements of it that … Continue reading

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Book Review: My World (Now I’m Reading! Pre-Reader)

My World (Now I’m Reading! Pre-Reader), by Nora Gaydos, illustrated by BB Sams Some books aimed at pre-readers seek to provide the reader with a set of characters to identify with as one develops the skill of reading. Other books, … Continue reading

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Book Review: My First Books: Pre-Reading Skills

My First Books: Pre-Reading Skills, by Lynn Maslen Kertell, illustrated by John R. Maslen and Sue Hendra This particular set of books contains twelve books that are divided into four parts of three books each, and each of the books … Continue reading

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Book Review: Be Smart About Shopping

Be Smart About Shopping: The Critical Consumer And Civic Financial Responsibility, by Kathiann M. Kowalski This book is prat of a series of books that are written on the subject of financial responsibility and aimed, it appears, at teenagers. This … Continue reading

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That Was Uncomfortable

Today I, like many of my co-workers across many different offices, received a message this morning telling me to take a course on workplace harassment as a “multi-state employee.” The course was about an hour long and was presented by … Continue reading

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Over And Over Again

Why is it that as people we have to deal with the same problems and issues over and over again. It does appear that as human beings we are slow learners. Sometimes, in the face of historical record, for example, … Continue reading

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