These four books are dedicated to all people, the world over, who enjoy a good read, a fast read, with characters who you learn to love, about a topic that touches your soul.

My profession, English Language Teaching, touches my soul.

I share a piece of me with you, and hope that you in turn, will share with your friends what you have found with me.

These books will only be available for five days, and then the opportunity is gone, so act quickly, today.

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Saturday, October 13, 2012
Santiago de Chile
Thomas Jerome Baker


These four free books are made possible by my membership in the Amazon Kindle program. It is an appropriate way for me to use this privilege positively. I am able to make a contribution to a noble cause, in a multiplicity of ways, and that alone is worth being grateful for. Teachers in Chile, and readers the world over, have access to my writing. That includes those who can pay the low prices, and those who can not.

I therefore give my thanks to Amazon Kindle, and to the Teachers in Chile, and to the readers of my writing, everyone of you, individually and collectively, and most importantly, inclusively. Everyone is included, and noone is left out because of living in some remote, isolated place, or price…

All you need is Kindle. Again, thank you, Kindle, and thank you, dear readers. I give you my most humble and deepest words of appreciation. I have chosen these four books for you because I feel certain they will touch you, they will move you, they will become a part of you. I hope you enjoy reading these four books.

About profesorbaker

Thomas Baker is the Past-President of TESOL Chile (2010-2011). He enjoys writing about a wide variety of topics. The source and inspiration for his writing comes from his family.
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