Book 1 introduces the world's first STEM robots, also known as STEMBots: Emmy and Ott. They teach STEM to 4-12 year old children in fun rhymes, making these subjects easy to understand and enjoy. A full Glossary of terms is shared for a child's learning pleasure.
While targeting ages 4-12 years old, research shows that many teens have not mastered many of the concepts discussed in this book. So, kids young and old could learn from this quick colorful book as well.
STEM is easy, you will see
Science and Technology
There is Engineering too
And, adding Math is nothing new.
Now, come meet Emmy and friend, Ott
They’re the world’s first STEMBots.
They love everything related to STEM
So, come along; and learn with them!
- Is their birth mother alive?
- How will the answer to this question affect them?
- If found alive, will she accept or reject them?
- What secrets has she been guarding all these years?
- Does she hold the keys to connect them to their tribal ancestry?
- What will it take to heal the wounds for both mother and daughters?
By learning the individual skills that build pleasure and joy, and by using the powerful exercises (including a delicious chocolate meditation), you will soon be able to make a life for yourself that is more deeply satisfying than you’ve ever imagined.
There’s no reason to waste another minute on past regret, anger, or fear of the future. Great joy, love, and happiness are your birthright. Claim them now and learn how to savor yourself by using The Skills of Pleasure.
Olivia can pickpocket the soul.
But she can't control her ability, or the strange items it extracts, and the only thing between Olivia and the men bent on taking the power of her hand is a boy she barely knows and doesn't trust.
Wednesdays aren’t meant to be like this.
Jonny K is in search of justice.
Robert has squandered his very existence.
Guilt is dwelling within homeless Peter.
Once superstitious Sally is about to test her luck.
First rate Jack keeps exploiting his second chance.
And Jenna’s secret is about to surface.
The middle of the week has just got a little bit darker.
Faced with unbearable loneliness and loss, she arrives at a diner six miles from Nashville. There, she has a chance to pick up the pieces and build a new life for herself as an independent young woman with a great future ahead of her.
Robin Sinclair is young, determined, and has a promising career at a small publishing house in Seattle. Even though she considers herself unlucky in love, Robin still dreams of eventually meeting Mr. Right and having a happily-ever-after kind of life. And at twenty-five, the world of opportunity is wide. But it's been a difficult year filled with trials...and it's only just begun.
While long-time friendships are finally on the mend, and things are starting to look up again, Robin is faced with her biggest challenge yet. She's single and pregnant.
Uncertain now of her future and scared of being alone, Robin must re-examine her life and choices, and summon the courage to step up.
With the love and support of her best girlfriends from college, especially her best friend and roommate, Lara, Robin will learn that when the going gets tough, the best of friends become family. And, perhaps, with their encouragement, Robin can mature and gain the confidence needed to become a single mother. And, who knows about being unlucky in love. Things are suddenly getting interesting with Robin's attractive co-worker, Bobby.
This is an endearing story about maturity and perseverance. It's a story about friends coming together as family, about finding the strength within and around, and about writing your own happily-ever-after. About what happens when girlfriends step up.
Audrey's Guide to Witchcraft is more than just a novel; it's a book of spells, a collection of easy recipes, a charming coming-of-age tale, an enchanting romance, and an action-packed adventure. As Audrey overcomes her insecurities and learns to protect herself against the wicked black magic of her nemesis, she grows into a heroine we can root for--a witch who knows that true power comes from deep within.