Reading without limits, the perfect plan for #stayhome
Add this book to bookshelf
Grey
Write a new comment Default profile 50px
Grey
Read online the first chapters of this book!
All characters reduced
Regular Printing and Practicing for Success | Printing Practice for Kids - cover

Regular Printing and Practicing for Success | Printing Practice for Kids

Baby Professor

Publisher: Baby Professor

  • 0
  • 0
  • 0

Summary

Success is a big word for kids but it is just around the corner. So there’s never a time too early to teach them how to be successful in their future endeavors. Get them this printing practice to prepare them for the future. The book features a good practice venue for regular printing. Get this book here.

Other books that might interest you

  • Into the Still Blue - cover

    Into the Still Blue

    Veronica Rossi

    • 0
    • 6
    • 0
    The race for survival comes to a thrilling close in the earth-shattering conclusion to Veronica Rossi's New York Times bestselling Under the Never Sky trilogy. 
    Their love and their leadership have been tested. Now it's time for Perry and Aria to unite the Dwellers and the Outsiders in one last desperate attempt to find the fabled Still Blue and bring balance to their world. 
    Perfect for fans of the Hunger Games and Divergent series, Veronica Rossi's trilogy has been called "inspired, offbeat, and mesmerizing" (Kirkus Reviews, starred review) and "incredibly original" (Seventeen.com). Brimming with romance and danger and building to a climax that will leave you breathless, Into the Still Blue brings this "masterpiece" trilogy to an unforgettable close (Examiner.com).
    Show book
  • The Ride Home - cover

    The Ride Home

    Gail Anderson-Dargatz

    • 0
    • 3
    • 0
    Mark is a city kid who has come to a small town to live with his grandmother after his mom goes into rehab. He has to take a school bus home for the first time. The long, noisy ride home is nothing like riding city transit. There’s some kind of secret code of knowing where you’re allowed to sit, the kids scream non-stop, and there’s pudding and cheese flying through the air. Someone even tries to set Mark’s seat on fire. Mark quickly decides that all these kids are nuts and does his best to avoid interacting with any of them. But when the bus is involved in a serious accident, Mark has to work with a couple of other students to get everybody to safety. He soon learns that he has more in common with these rural kids than he would ever have imagined. In turns funny and heartbreaking, The Ride Home is about learning that not everything is as it seems and that everyone has a story.
    Show book
  • Chicken Soup for the Teenage Soul - Stories of Life Love and Learning - cover

    Chicken Soup for the Teenage...

    Jack Canfield, Adolf Hansen,...

    • 3
    • 135
    • 1
    This first batch of Chicken Soup for Teens consists of 101 stories every teenager can relate to and learn from—without feeling criticized or judged. This edition contains important lessons on the nature of friendship and love, the importance of belief in the future, and the value of respect for oneself and others, and much more.
    Show book
  • Paperweight - cover

    Paperweight

    Meg Haston

    • 5
    • 27
    • 0
    This emotionally haunting and beautifully written young adult debut delves into the devastating impact of trauma and loss, in the vein of Laurie Halse Anderson’s Wintergirls. 
    Seventeen-year-old Stevie is trapped. In her life. In her body. And now in an eating-disorder treatment center on the dusty outskirts of the New Mexico desert. 
    Life in the center is regimented and intrusive, a nightmare come true. Nurses and therapists watch Stevie at meal time, accompany her to the bathroom, and challenge her to eat the foods she’s worked so hard to avoid. 
    Her dad has signed her up for sixty days of treatment. But what no one knows is that Stevie doesn’t plan to stay that long. There are only twenty-seven days until the anniversary of her brother Josh’s death—the death she caused. And if Stevie gets her way, there are only twenty-seven days until she, too, will end her life. 
    Paperweight follows seventeen-year-old Stevie’s journey as she struggles not only with a life-threatening eating disorder, but with the question of whether she can ever find absolution for the mistakes of her past…and whether she truly deserves to.
    Show book
  • Second Chances - cover

    Second Chances

    Brenda Chapman

    • 0
    • 2
    • 0
    A coming-of-age story set against the backdrop of "peace, love, rock and roll," and the Vietnam War.  
     
     
    It’s the summer of 1971, and fifteen-year-old Darlene travels with her mother to cottage country. This year her wild cousin, Elizabeth, is staying with them in the hopes that time away from Toronto will straighten her out – but Elizabeth has other plans. It’s her summer mission to torment Darlene by manipulating her friends and seducing every eligible male in her path. Meanwhile, Darlene is captivated by the mysterious strangers who rent the cottage down the road, particularly free-spirited Candy, who tells stories of traipsing across the United States with rock stars. Darlene is also friends with a reclusive journalist who will stop at nothing to pen the ultimate anti-war story. She, too, secretly dreams of becoming a writer, but knows that her father will never allow it. When the connections between the young strangers and the war start to become clear, Darlene is presented with more choices than she would like.
    Show book
  • Tally la niña tigre - 0 - cover

    Tally la niña tigre - 0

    Libby Scott

    • 0
    • 1
    • 0
    UNA DE LAS HISTORIAS MÁS TIERNAS Y HONESTAS DEL AÑO
     
    «Hace un tiempo que escondo un pedazo de mí. Es difícil mostrar aquellas cosas por las que los demás me hacen sentir incómoda.»
     
    Tally es autista, pero lo esconde tanto como puede. Sabe lo incómoda que se siente la gente a su alrededor: no entienden el autismo. No la entienden a ella. Al enmascarar su autismo, Tally está ocultando su verdadero yo. Pero cuando tu verdadero yo es valiente y maravilloso, no puede permanecer escondido para siempre. 
    Con potentes entradas de diario escritas por Libby Scott, de 11 años, basadas en su propia experiencia viviendo con autismo, Tally, la niña tigre es una novela auténtica y poderosa que cambiará tu forma de ver el mundo.
    Show book