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the story of my life Helen Keller

Helen Keller’s Autobiography, written at age 22, and details her growing up, before and after meeting Anne Sullivan, and her years in formal education, both special needs education and afterwards when she was accepted into main stream education, with the help of Ms Sullivan’s translation. The book includes letters written by Helen from the age …

 
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african animal alphabet colouring

This awesome African animal alphabet colouring book contains all the animals of the alphabet from Aardvark to Zebra, many common animals and some not so common. Have fun learning the animal names and practicing writing the names in the space provided. About the Author – Shirly Erwee. Shirly is a stay-at-home-mom and lives in the …

 
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Over a thousand pages of exercises, and learning material, suitable for Geography Students in year 12 / grade 12 in Namibia. This book is based on the Namibian syllabus but has lots of wonderful resources that are not country-specific for learning geography. These wonderful geography lessons and exercises are available in creative commons, CC-BY-SA. Many …

 
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Close to 400 pages of geography textbook, exercises, and learning material, suitable for Geography Grade 10 Students in Namibia. This book is based on the Namibian syllabus but has lots of wonderful resources which are not country specific for learning geography. These wonderful geography lessons and exercises are available in creative commons, CC-BY-SA. Many more …

 
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don't be a bully

Don’t be a Bully is a short simple book for young children, and beginner ESL readers, promoting values of anti-bullying and anti-discrimination. This book teaches children ten important life lessons about values and the importance of treating everyone equal, no matter what race, religion, gender, or abilities. There are exercises supporting the topics at the …

 
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Everyone has a right to a bath STEM

Everyone Has a Right to a Bath is a STEM story with a wonderful introduction to the engineering problem-solving process. Mrs Earthworm wants a hot bath, and Mr Earthworm needs to work out how to make it happen for her. Author and Illustrator: Cyrille Largillier Download or read the flipbook on the buttons below the …

 
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geology grade 4 reader

Geology – The Changing Earth is designed as a non-fiction reader for ELA grade 4, but can also be used as a science text for study in earth sciences. Students explore how different geological processes shape the earth’s landscape and related environments. the book explains how the earth is composed of layers that, through heat …

 
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made with creative commons

Made with Creative Commons shows the world how sharing can be good for business—but with a twist. Many creative commons artists are successful businesses or professionals (well paid writers, musicians, successful for-profit venture), but this is not why they do it. The artists and business men and woman in this book and many more in …

 
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ESL Printables textbook grade 1

Over 600 pages of ESL Printables Grade 10, exercises, and learning material, suitable for English Second Language Students in year 10, upper intermediate level. These wonderful ESL exercises are available in creative commons, CC-BY-SA. Many more English Language resources for students learning English as a first or second language can be found in our English …

 
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children's human rights ebook

In I Know My Rights, Menaka Raman explains in a clear and no compromises way what children’s basic human rights are. The poignant book includes a child-friendly version of the UN Convention on the Rights of a Child and advice on where and how to seek help. The book provides this important advice for any …

 
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