Mighty Mommies and Their Amazing Jobs is an engaging and easy-to-listen-to rhyming audiobook that teaches children about various STEM/STEAM careers (science, technology, engineering, art, and math). This audiobook is packed with creative descriptions that will pique the interest of children. Mighty Mommies and Their Amazing Jobs features awesome women in STEM/STEAM careers, which works both to encourage young girls to pursue those careers and also promotes gender positivity.Parents and teachers: Because you play such a challenging and meaningful role in the development of children, this audiobook includes free lesson-plan resources. Be sure to listen to the end of the audiobook to get the lesson-plan resources and more free stuff! 1. Language: English. Narrator: Megan Rutledge. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/143247/bk_acx0_143247_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Steamy encounters in the bathhouse have been the stuff of erotic legend for centuries, just ask Spartacus! Shane Allison turns the stereotype on its ear in Steam Bath, a rollicking romp of pretty boys and dashing daddies doing it. From fresh faced twinks to to silver foxes and beautiful bears, Shane delivers sensational stories where every man is naked all the time! A towel-snapping good read, Steam Bath is filled with sizzling porn bodies, sexy boys next door, and tantalizing tricks that fully capture the erotic dynamic of between men. Rob Rosen turns up the heat once again in his new tale, “The Key.” A young detective sets out to investigate the disappearance of a young twink, but finds more than what he ever thought imaginable in Logan Zachary’s “Incubus Steam.” A tattooed bad boy gets taught a “hard” lesson in Eric Del Carlo’s “Steam Punk.” A mind is not the only thing that gets blown in Rafaelito V. Sy’s “Raf’s Journey.” Things get hot and heavy when a college professor and one of his horny students stumble upon a European steam bath in Jarrett Neal’s “The Chaperones.” 1. Language: English. Narrator: Roy Wells. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/015212/bk_acx0_015212_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
It’s about so much more than the bond now. Gavriel has taken one of the men I love, and he’s about to learn an important lesson. Never piss off a succubus. This is the final book in the Fallen University trilogy, a reverse harem romance with a slightly snarky heroine and four sexy, supernatural men. It includes cursing, mild violence, and lots of steam. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Lia Holland. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/175533/bk_acx0_175533_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Welcome to the bathhouse, a place where your wildest fantasies can come true. Leave your hang-ups and inhibitions at the door because this is a place where anything goes.Themes include: college hunks, daddies, bears, twinks, older/younger, group, M/M/M, toys, restraint, dom/sub, and so much more!This sizzling boxed set includes three books:Bear Hunting A cocky young fitness guru is taught a sexy lesson in submission by a dominant bear.Sensory Deprivation A college student teams up with his hunky best friend to live out the ultimate group fantasy.Prostate Pounder A mysterious man with a magic thrust seizes the opportunity to showcase his special talent.Each pulse-pounding tale of gay romance is just the right length for an exciting bedtime story. Grab a towel and join us in the steam room.... 1. Language: English. Narrator: Danny Céspedes. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/169066/bk_acx0_169066_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Samuel Smiles was a 19th century Scottish author and reformer. In 1838 he became the editor for the Leeds Times and in 1840 he became secretary to the Leeds Parliamentary Reform Association. Smiles advocated causes ranging from women's suffrage, free trade, and parliamentary reform. Today Smiles is known as the writer of books on self-help, and biographies about the achievements of heroic engineers. The Table of Contents includes, Phineas Pett: beginnings of English shipbuilding -- Francis Pettit Smith, practical introducer of the screw propeller -- John Harrison, inventor of the marine chronometer -- John Lombe, introducer of the silk industry into England -- William Murdock, his life and inventions -- Frederick Koenig, inventor of the steam-printing machine -- The Walters of the 'Times': invention of the Walter press -- William Clowes: book-printing by steam -- Charles Bianconi: a lesson of self-help in Ireland -- Industry in Ireland : through Connaught and Ulster to Belfast -- Ship-building in Belfast / by E.J. Harland, engineer and shipbuilder -- Astronomers and students in humble life : a new chapter in the 'Pursuit of knowledge under difficulties'.
Little guys become bigger guys through the universal process called Growing Up. We all go through it. There are the big events; the first day of school, confirmation or bar mitzvah, winning a major football game, or being able to drive a car. But this is not a book about those times. This book is a collection of stories about the little incidents we too often miss in the development of the youngster. They involve discovering concepts such as being open to new ideas by taking one's first music lesson, realizing the value of heritage by witnessing a real, live, steam locomotive, learning acceptance by visiting an unknown neighbor. They are subtle lessons learned in the areas of preparedness, compassion, and even intuition that help mold the boy into the man without his realizing it. This collection follows boys from ages six to twenty, highlighting those kinds of unnoticed events. When sewn together, they illustrate how these seemingly infinitesimal incidents create a miracle-the ordinary, day-by-day part of Growing Up.Now be advised that this collection consists entirely of boys growing up. This choice was made largely because the author is a Geriatric Teenage Boy at heart. He has known and dealt with boys all his life. After all, boys are rough and tumble, the kind of souls that, as the author's mother used to say, 'wouldn't know a brick hurt until it fell on them!' So, for these pages, enjoy this particular slant on the process of Growing Up.
The Sophisticated Sock: Project Based Learning Through Puppetry delivers a career of in-school experience to teachers, resident artists, and anyone wishing to engage children grades K - five in enthusiastic learning across the curriculum. Karen Konnerth is a world traveling puppeteer as well as arts integration specialist, with countless hours logged developing, implementing, and refining these projects in a wide variety of schools and educational settings. Karen has provided workshops for teachers at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts as well as for the U.S. Embassy English Language Specialist program in Central America, Asia, and the Middle East. The book offers time-efficient, step-by-step projects to produce memorable, in-depth, core standards-based, collaborative learning. The magically engaging art form of puppetry is the Pied Piper requiring students to grasp, use, and therefore, remember the curriculum core of each lesson in order to bring the art form to life. STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Math) learning takes place as students manipulate and experiment with materials for a specific purpose and every project necessitates higher order thinking skills. Explicit diagrams and suggestions encourage puppet making using very basic, quick, and low-cost designs to facilitate immediate use of the art form in formal or informal performance. Specific assessment tools are included for each project. And best of all, students are motivated and enthusiastic as they absorb the 21st Century skills of critical thinking, collaboration, creativity, and communication.
Language Arts, Math, and Science in the Elementary Music Classroom provides a practical guide to help music teachers incorporate elementary classroom subjects into their curriculum using STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math)-inspired strategies, with added emphasis on social studies. It includes a complete elementary music curriculum for kindergarten, first, and second grades, and has cross-referencing charts for regular elementary classroom teachers to find music activities for their classroom. Importantly, it shows teachers how to include the artistic processes of creating, performing, responding, and connecting in their lessons. These processes make up the new music standards featured in NAfME's new Core Arts Music Standards. In order to maximize comprehension, the book includes assessment tests, sheet music, work sheet templates, and brainstorming activities centered on using technology to enhance composition projects. Lesson plans are organized by the calendar year, each inspired by the seasons, American culture, and world culture. These lessons may be used as is or used to generate new curricula altogether.