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  • 100 Moral Stories

    100 Moral Stories

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    No matter how diverse we may be as human beings, no matter how our individual backgrounds may differ, or how accomplished we may be, moral stories inspire us to ponder and touch our lives in different ways. Through stories which are in essence a narration of historical events, not only do we get pleasure, but we are also inspired, become hopeful, get strength and learn to recognize our own strengths and shortcomings.

  • Como Ser Un Hombre Negro Exitoso

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    Cómo ser un hombre negro exitoso comparte los inicios de la trayectoria para aprender más sobre la gloriosa historia del valle del Nilo, Kemet y Kush e incorporar la enseñanza de la historia africana antigua compartiendo por las enseñanzas de los ya fallecidos Ivan Van Sertima, Dr. John Henrik Clarke, y Yosef Ben Jochannan. Sus obras literarias académicas sobre el origen africano y la historia de la espiritualidad, la sociedad y la cultura han sido inspiradores en mi éxito y conocimiento de mí mismo. Las enseñanzas académicas de Jabari y Anika Osaze con el Santuario de MAAT por su trabajo en la reconstrucción del legado kemético tambiénhan sido muy importante.

  • Fun Recipes for Kids

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    Over 120 delicious recipes to keep your kids happy! Great recipes you can use for parties, great for any time – and the kids will enjoy helping you mix up this fun food too!

    While these recipes are intended for adults to make for children, kids may of course help prepare and assemble ingredients. In all cases, food preparation should be supervised by an adult. All heating and cooking should be performed by adults only. Please ensure you observe basic hygiene procedures and take special care when working with raw ingredients such as eggs and chicken. These recipes are intended as guides and suggestions only.

  • Harry McHairy and the Big Blue Monster

    Harry McHairy and the Big Blue Monster

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    Harry McHairy is a little boy who has a birth defect. he is made fun of all the time. He eventually turns out to be the one who can save all the kids in his town; including the ones who made fun of him. with Harry in town, the big blue monster has no chance !

  • Child Learn Math

    Help Your Child Learn Math

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    All children have two wonderful resources for learning — imagination and curiosity. As a parent, you can awaken your children to the joy of learning by encouraging their imagination and curiosity.

    This ebook is intended to help you make the most of your child’s natural curiosity. Teaching and learning are not mysteries that can only happen in school. They also happen when parents and children do simple things together…

  • How to be a Successful Black Man

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    This book educates and empowers young boys and men of African descendant about their history, heritage and legacy. Dr. Laroche connects history to the present-day life experiences and challenges of the Black Man to instill self-confidence and personal growth to succeed.
    How to Be a Successful Black Man shares the beginnings of the journey to learn more about the glorious history of the Nile Valley, Kemet and Kush and incorporate the teaching of Ancient African History sharing the teachings of the late Dr. Ivan Van Sertima, the late Dr. John Henrik Clarke, and the late Dr. Yosef Ben Jochannan. Their many scholarly literary works on the African origin and history of spirituality, science, culture. The book provides many pearls for success and achievement and what pitfalls to avoid. The book provides a great opportunity for serious discussion and further development for the youth, young adults and families.

  • Just Because: The Story of Salvation for Children

    Just Because: The Story of Salvation for Children

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    Just Because takes children on an exciting journey through the Bible as a continous story. Children see the biblical characters come alive, and anticipate with excitment the coming of Jesus to ‘crush the serpent’s head’ as Satan tries to discover His identity. Each chapter takes about twenty minites to read and ends with a short biblical lesson. Kids love it.

  • Memories from an African Childhood

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    Memories from an African Childhood is a book comprised of the author’s memories around his life growing up in Tanzania. Initially intended as a private journal for the author and his family, it became evident that the emotions that span his childhood are not unique to growing up in Africa. Hence the author decided to share his trip down memory lane hoping that his recollections would help the reader recall their own story. It is the author’s aspiration that this book can help illustrate that despite all the forces that are determined to pit people against each other (religious, economic, political, cultural etc.), we are all more similar than we think. We all experience joy and sorrow, pleasure and pain – and our childhood shapes us to become the people we are.
    What realizations will the reader discover about themselves? How has YOUR story made you who you are?

  • Booger goes to the Woods

    Mr Booger goes to the Woods

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    Mr Booger is a delightful and funny bedtime story for young children aged 2-6.

    In this story Mr Booger goes to the woods and meets a lot of different animals on his way.

    Created by Erwin Brunsveld, who told Mr Booger adventures to his eldest son Eddy. Also Danny, his second son was raised with Mr Booger. When Erwin’s little girl was born in 2004 Mr Booger was reintroduced to the family. Mr Booger experiences all sorts of adventures that Rebecca often encountered during the day. Going to bed is always a little happier with Mr Booger!

  • Sesiu sa mantsoe a sesotho

    Sesiu sa mantsoe a sesotho

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    Sesiu sa mantsoe a sesotho ke buka-ntsoe ea Sesotho ea machaba. E fana ka matla le kakaretso ea tlotlo-ntsoe ea bophelo ba letsatsi le letsatsi ea mantsoe, lipoleloana, maele le mantsoe a ka holimo ho 260 000. Tlhaloso ea oona le (pitsetso) tsela eo a bitsoang ka teng. Sena ke keta-pele ea lingoloa tse nang le boleng bo holimo haholo puong ea Sesotho.

  • theres a bug in my room

    There is A Bug In My Room

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    “There’s A Bug In My Room” is a picture book adaptation of the song by the same name, which is available for free download from the author’s website.

    You find a large bug crawling across the floor of your bedroom. Do you squish it? Do you hide from it? Do you keep it as a pet?

    What do you do to move that bug from your room??

    “There’s A Bug In My Room” teaches children compassion by promoting kindness toward earth’s small creatures. “No act of kindness, however small, is ever wasted.”
    -Aesop