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Educational


Not So Cookie Cutter Kids

Academic Memoir

Not So Cookie Cutter Kids chronicles Lisa Noël Babbage’s the last year of public school teaching using self reflections as a professional practice by which she identified strategies for coping with twenty-five student characteristics. For teachers, coaches, parents, and school administrators, Not So Cookie Cutter Kids is a hybrid, a new genre that is part academic and part biographical. This academic memoir argues the basis for statistically infused self reflection, when used with in the Teacher’s Edition Bundle, to improve student performance and reduce teacher burnout.

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Not So Cookie Cutter Kids, Teacher Edition

Academic Memoir & Professional Development workbook Bundle

A bundle combining the groundbreaking work Not So Cookie Butter Kids (Botany Bay, 2018), this teacher’s edition includes a professional development workbook that develops a step by step guide to professional self reflection. Using vignettes from the academic memoir, NSCCK Professional Development Workbook is designed for educators at any level of the organization, from kindergarten to twelfth grade as well as administrators, homeschool educators, parents, coaches, and college professors. Each section walks participants through the practice of engaging their students to promote mastery through the educator’s self reflective practices.

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The Merry Berry Cookbooks

Collection of Recipes

For generations, people have sought out cookbooks to help them create flavorful bites that are satisfying and memorable. Every time you enter the kitchen to cook, you enter not only the heart of the home, but you embark on a trip toward memories friends and family will recall for years to come. Each cookbook features a specific fruit that, whether in sweet or savory recipes, becomes the star of the meal.

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Caremarc MHM University Curriculum

Curriculum

CareMARC is the proprietary curriculum used by Maranatha House Ministries, Inc., as part of MHM University. Available to public service and mental health professionals, CareMARC meets the needs of adults in transition from crisis situations, such as experiencing homelessness, toward self sufficiency. This nine month course is specialized in four learning quadrants: Financial Literacy, Parenting, Workplace Re-education, and Personal Development. Our course offerings are built according to the individual needs and education desires of ear learner under the supervision of a case manager while in transitional housing.

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Inspirational


Inevitable: Conference Edition

Collection of Essays

The Inevitable Conference Edition includes reflection questions and space to journal or take notes during a conference you attend. Each chapter is designed to lift you up. A relationship with Jesus Christ is more than grace overshadowing the laws of sin and death. It is the inevitable Blessing that is the fulfillment of both the law and grace. When the first day of Pentecost occurred two thousand years ago, the Holy Spirit of God was sent among Believers in The Way, which was the early Christian church.

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333 Miracles: A Testimony of Continued Blessings

Autobiography

To varying degrees, life can be overwhelming. For many, it seems as though problems pile up on one another with no end in sight. A cycle of lack and defeat makes hope seem like an unreachable concept. Lisa Noël Babbage shows people that there is hope. In 333 Miracles, she shares her personal story, one that is marked by traumas such as sexual and drug abuse, divorce, and cancer. Her testimony recalls more than thirty years of bondage which was brought to an end by the path she walked with Jesus Christ.

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333 Miracles: Devotional Workbook

Curriculum

To varying degrees, life can be overwhelming. For many, it seems as though problems pile up on one another with no end in sight. A cycle of lack and defeat makes hope seem like an unreachable concept. Lisa Noël Babbage shows people that there is hope. In 333 Miracles, she shares her personal story, one that is marked by traumas such as sexual and drug abuse, divorce, and cancer. Her testimony recalls more than thirty years of bondage which was brought to an end by the path she walked with Jesus Christ.

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Inevitable

Collection of Essays

A relationship with Jesus Christ is more than grace overshadowing the laws of sin and death. It is the inevitable Blessing that is the fulfillment of both the law and grace. When the first day of Pentecost occurred two thousand years ago, the Holy Spirit of God was sent among Believers in The Way, which was the early Christian church. Through a relationship with Jesus, men had access to the Holy Spirit of God.

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Eden's Calling

Divine Journey Series

When Eden Jones returned home to Atlanta, she had to face the fact that her parent’s divorce revealed as much about her past as it did about their marriage. But a chance encounter on a train might be the difference between her simply surviving this year, or turning the page on a chapter she never saw coming. As a book reviewer, her life was written in chapters of other people’s imaginations; other people’s lives.

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Yellow Daisies

Coming Soon

When the snowbirds arrive in Arizona every year they are less likely to participate in anything that first brought people to this area forty years ago. Yellow Daisies is the autobiographical tale of Lisa Noël Babbage’s experience in a hippie childhood, complete with drugs, sex, and rock and roll.

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Praise Poetry

Poetry

A collection of personal poems and songs.

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101 Dates With God

Essays/Devotional

101 practical exploits dedicated to deepening your the most important relationship of your life, the one you have with God. If dating God seems sacrilegious just imagine how he feels about your Sunday morning “spiritual” one night stands. It’s time to take your intimacy to a higher level.

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Children's & Young Adults


Cast Your Vote

Elementary-aged

The right to vote is an American privilege granted by the Constitution of the United States in 1776. It stated that all men were created equal by their Creator, therefore no person should unjustly rule over another person. The American government was designed to be ruled by the citizens, or people who legally live in America. The way these people ruled is by casting, or making, their vote known. Three Amendments made the right to vote more specific by stating that neither age, gender, nor ethnicity (then called race) could prohibit or stop a legal citizen from participating in government by casting their vote.

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Major, Minor, and Minimus

Elementary-aged

The Kanga brothers always looked forward to Christmas break. But when they discover that their new kid, a snub nosed monkey, is the son of the math teacher, questions arise. Can anyone trust the advice of a math teacher’ son? The Kangas are doubtful. But facing their fears depends on whether or not Brad Yang can convince the three to take a chance on adventure. This is the first installation in a planned series featuring Brad Yang, the mathematically inclined snub nosed monkey, as well as a bevy of other higher educated down under animals.

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Jump Little Girls

Elementary-aged

Double Dutch is not just any game. It is an adventure of speed, skill, and friendship for four little girls. Listen to the patter of the rope and don’t forget to JUMP! Through fill color pictures, four friends invite us into their world during recess, when plaid uniforms fly while they jump rope, double dutch style. Become enchanted through this game of skill and speed as the ropes whoosh pass your ears.

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Greetings From Natasha Elsewhere

Elementary-aged

Every child has the spirit of adventure within them. When adventure and imagination collide, there you will find Natasha Elsewhere. With her trusty cat by her side, she welcomes you. From Peppertown, Mississippi to the Grand Canyon and every spot in between. Get ready, get set, let’s go! Lisa Noël Babbage created the Let-Me-Learn series for young readers to allow children to become part of the story, by illustrating it, completing various activities using the story words (vocabulary), or by answering comprehension questions.

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The Problem at Patsy's Party

Elementary-aged

Patsy had spent the last seven years sharing a birthday with her twin sister Cora. From the time they were born, the wore the same matching outfits, had the same toys, and shared one birthday cake with both of their names on it. Even though we loved each other very much, enough was enough! Oddly told from the perspective of the family cat, this tale of twin woe is a must have for any family of multiples.

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The Box

Elementary-aged

What do you do when you are faced with a hard choice, tough situation, or big problem? Miss Malone, fifth grade teacher at St. Francis School for Boys, had an idea. What if we help each other? But she couldn’t just come out and say that. That’s why she brought the box to school. But for Beny or any other boy in Miss Malone’s class, her taking off her shoes and sitting down to read a picture-less book was only the first weird thing that happened that year.

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Barton's Bakery

Elementary-aged

When Barton opens his eyes, the first thing on his mind is his family’s bakery. What tools will Barton use? Discover how baking becomes the best way to spend the morning, afternoon, and evening. Lisa Noël Babbage created the Let-Me-Learn series for young readers to allow children to become part of the story, by illustrating it, completing various activities using the story words (vocabulary), or by answering comprehension questions. Themes in Barton’s Bakery include entrepreneurship and the importance of small businesses in a community.

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Wishes

Elementary-aged

Let-Me-Learn books are nonfiction stories with elements that develop student vocabulary as they read. Children become a part of the story by acting as the illustrator. Each one creating a unique tale based on their own imagination and creativity. When a storm threatens the seaside home of three sisters, they decide to take matters into their own hands. But will they ultimately solve their problems or create more? Inspired by the book, The Five Chinese Brothers, by Claire Huchet Bishop.

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The Sling and the Stone

Elementary Curriculum

The story of David and Goliath is adapted for a new audience and for a new purpose, to help educators teacher English/Language Common Core standards and beyond through Readers Theater. Eleven characters come to life as the theme Triumph Over Challenges is told in a meaningful way. Based on the biblical story of David and Goliath, The Sling and the Stone brings in practical application of man’s continual struggle by developing setting, content vocabulary, robust vocabulary, as well as comprehension questions at the end of each act.

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