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How My Daddy Taught Me to Dance
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Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 2,310. Language: English. Published: September 16, 2014 by SDP Publishing. Category: Fiction » Children’s books » Performing Arts / Dance
Young Jensine has two passions — music and dance. So when her ballet teacher tells her class about an upcoming audition, Jensine can hardly wait. She practices and prepares, and by the time of the audition she has all the right moves. But in the end, she finds that the advice her musician father gave her is what really moves her to success.
Too Much Hopscotch (Children's, African-American, Imagination & Play)
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Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 2,830. Language: English. Published: April 30, 2014 by SDP Publishing. Category: Fiction » Children’s books » People & Places / United States / African American
The sun is shining on a brand new day, and for Becky, that means a morning filled with her favorite pastime: hopscotch. Willing to set aside breakfast for a good run at her beloved game, Becky discovers a few obstacles ... right in the middle of her hopscotch board! Young readers tag along on Becky's adventure as she figures out how to handle her hopscotch challenges.
Bedtime Story #1: Harold the Pigeon Saves NewYork
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Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 410. Language: English. Published: December 24, 2013 by Worlds Publishing. Category: Fiction » Children’s books » Animals
A Bedtime Story for Children 4-8 years old and for those young at heart. A Story about how Harold the Pigeon saves New York and becomes the hero of New York City. A Fully Illustrated Bedtime Story Book. We have also included a FREE Audio of this story inside the book. Get your copy of this Children's ebook NOW!
The life of a teacher...
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Price: Free! Words: 710. Language: English. Published: February 23, 2012. Category: Fiction » Children’s books » People & Places / United States / African American
This is meant to be a funny story about teachers. Students seem to think that teachers are perfect in almost every way. It also leads them to think that we live at school (which a few students believe.) I wanted them to see that teachers are real people, we run late, we get in trouble, we don’t always want to be at school (shocking, I know.)