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Preview Chapter 1 & 2: Emily & David’s Quest: A Saga of the Ancient Family Trilogy #ASMSG #Bookclub #YA

Emily & David’s Quest: A Saga of the Ancient Family Trilogy Coming Out May 15th, 2016! PreOrder Your Copy Today! Be First to Read and Review! Story Tellers Trilogy: Emily and David’s Quest (A Saga of the Ancient Family Trilogy) … Continue reading

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Doctrine of Discovery: The #Catholic Church, the #Slave Trade, and European Colonialism #BlackHistoryMonth

Pope Nicholas V, who reigned from 6 March 1447 until his death in 1455. Born Tommaso Parentucelli, Nicholas was made a cardinal for his diplomatic efforts by Pope Eugene IV. He was a patron of the humanist movement and promoted … Continue reading

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Essays on Education: Ten Chapters / Over 100 Pages – Available This Weekend!

I would like to introduce you to my next project (my 59th book), a book I’ve been planning to write for a long time (really). Professional Development The Quality of Teachers JOHN HARVARD PUBLIC SCHOOL OF EXCELLENCE: A TURNAROUND MODEL … Continue reading

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Boudicca: Her Story (A Woman’s Book Every Man Should Read)

Boudicca, or Boadicea, as she is sometimes referred to, was, is, and remains a woman’s woman. In an age when women were having babies, cleaning houses, washing and cooking, Boudicca was running a country. Not just any country. Boudicca was … Continue reading

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Our Deepest Fear

“Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our light, not our darkness that most frightens us. We ask ourselves: Who am I to be brilliant, gorgeous, … Continue reading

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