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Law School: A Few Short and Plain Statements

by Erin Cdn Albert (January 08, 2013)

Do you want to go to law school? Better read this book first. With the crush of the economic downturn and tight job market, law school might be the right choice for you...or not.

After having a first profession,...

100+ Ways to Get Rid of Your Student Loans (Without Paying Them)

by SALT (July 31, 2015)

A number of programs exist that may forgive, discharge, or pay for all or a portion of your federal student loans. However, finding the ones that could work for you can be dizzying and confusing—especially...

Dinosaurs: From A to Z

by Blago Kirof (March 28, 2013)

This picture book is a great teaching tool for vocabulary building. A set of wonderful pictures show exactly what a dinosaurs looks like. It is like a dictionary of dinosaurs for toddlers. The pictures are clear,...

AK47/AKM/AK74 Handbook

by Erik Lawrence & Mike Pannone Erik Lawrence Publications (January 29, 2015)

The handy to carry and use handbook of rifle knowledge for all owners/users of the AK47/AKM/AK74 rifle system. Written by two Special Forces instructors this handbook includes decades of knowledge of this weapon...

The Military Smartbook for Defeating Student Debt

by SALT (December 12, 2015)

State and federal governments do a ton to help members of the Armed Forces manage education costs. Unfortunately, it sometimes feels like these benefits wear camouflage.

At SALT, we think it should be easy to...

The New Teacher Toolbox

by Scott M. Mandel Skyhorse (August 01, 2013)

This edition is a concise yet complete guide for novice teachers, covering all the essentials for getting off to a good start. With new tips for everything from establishing an ideal classroom environment to...

Best Practices for Teaching Reading

by Randi Stone Skyhorse (April 07, 2013)

Following the successful format of the companion volumes for teaching writing, mathematics, science, and social studies, Best Practices for Teaching Reading presents firsthand accounts of outstanding instructional...

How to Explain a Brain

by Robert Sylwester Skyhorse (April 28, 2015)

Noted author Robert Sylwester offers educators and general readers his own definitions for terms used in the cognitive neurosciences. This unique look into the marvelous brain uses language and descriptions...

Everything but Teaching

by Stephen J. Valentine Skyhorse (September 16, 2014)

Learn the 7 Imperatives for managing the “other” work of a teacher!

Every teacher knows that what happens before and after class is as important as what happens during class. This accessible resource gives...

The Lighter Side of Teaching

by Aaron Bacall Skyhorse (January 27, 2015)

A sense of humor is essential for effective teaching!

As educators, we often take ourselves a bit too seriously, so veteran educator and illustrator Aaron Bacall offers a little perspective with these lighthearted...

Pediatric Disorders

by Paul C. McCabe & Steven R. Shaw Skyhorse (April 28, 2015)

Medical issues in schools are a growing reality. In addition to teaching academic skills, educators now play an integral part in comprehensive health care delivery for children. Based on current research, this...

The School Principals' Guide to Successful Daily Practices

by Barbara L. Brock & Marilyn L. Grady Skyhorse (April 01, 2014)

While many books outline the attributes of successful school leaders, few describe how those traits manifest in daily practice. The Daily Practices of Successful Principals goes beyond the outward picture of...

The Homeschooling Handbook

by Lorilee Lippincott Skyhorse (July 29, 2014)

The mere thought of homeschooling can be overwhelming. What curriculum do I choose? What if we can’t afford all the books? How do I schedule our time? Will my children become socially awkward recluses? What...