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Ruby Programming Basics For Kids Why’s Poignant Guide to programming Ruby is aimed at making ruby programming basics simple and fun, with lots of examples children can learn. Perfect for introductory programming classes, self-study or in home-school or classrooms. Packed full of cartoon images of foxes and cryptic stories. Perfect to keep unruly teenagers entertained! …

 
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American Teens Talk is a book of interviews with plain ordinary, multi-cultural teenagers in the USA. The book was created by the US State Department’s Office of English Language Programs. A great way for new English speakers to understand every day language, and improve their English comprehension skills. Here’s what the compiler has to say: …

 
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Never Let You Go is a romantic drama for young adults. It’s tough growing up and being in love. This novel deals with some sensitive issues teenagers have to deal with. Contains some sensitive material, suitable for young adults only. By Lowry Pei Sample Text From Never Let You Go One thing you can’t help …

 
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Bob And The Cyber-Llama- The story follows the adventures of Bob Halibut, a young man who inherits a tremendous fortune from his grandmother. After meeting her cybernetic llama butler, Jeeves, Bob learns that, in her youth, his grandma was an Indiana Jones-style treasure-hunter. Under Jeeves’ guidance, Bob follows in his grandmother’s footsteps and travels to …

 
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picture book about conflict resolution

The Barnyard Buddies STOP for Peace – Teaching kids conflict resolution – is an endearing picture book with an important lesson on life skills. The animals in the story have a problem, someone is not sharing. As they lament over their woes, anger rises, and with anger is chaos. Until one wise friend gives a …

 
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Little Brother YA Novel CC Cover

Little Brother is a young adult sci-fi novel by popular author Cory Doctorow. The book features a teenage hacker and his group of friends as they navigate San Francisco after a terrorist attack, ending up accused of involvement they rally social support in the fight against civil infringements and abuse of political authority. The topics …

 
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For teachers everywhere, – an innovative teaching guide, which will help you inspire students and foster a love of learning. If you’ve just started out teaching, or you’ve been teaching for a while, but feel there’s something missing, this is a perfect workbook to inspire creativity in innovative learning methods. The book might also be …

 
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pirate cinema young adult piracy sci-fi

In Pirate Cinema, a young adult sci-fi novel about piracy, more over, extensive over-criminalisation of it. A teenager’s piracy crime results in his whole family being cut off from the internet as a punishment. Feeling forced to leave his home in a combination of shame, shunning, and an overriding desire to keep hacking movies. Another …

 
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Homeland Cory Doctoroy YA novel about a hacktivist

Homeland Cory Doctoroy YA novel about a hacktivist – In this, the sequel to Cory’s extremely popular Little Brother, the protagonist, a hacktivist, Marcus Yallow is again caught in a tricky situation. This time, he has information that will expose the corruption inside the government’s security contractors, but doing so can cost him his job. The …

 
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a girl's holocaust survivor tale

Bronia and the Bowls of Soup is a short tale of a young girl’s experience growing up in the ghettos and concentration camps in Poland and Germany. Bronia is a normal Jewish kid at Grade school in Poland, her family owns a small clothing shop and life is stable and happy. by Aaron Zerah As …

 
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