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A young boy eagerly awaiting his upcoming birth day wonders why he couldn't celebrate it everyday. Imagining what it would be like if he could have a birthday party everyday, he dreams of inviting all of his friends, and seeing the tons of presents he would receive, having all of the cake and ice cream he could eat and playing game after game with his friends, when suddenly he realizes after 100 parties he would be 100 years old, ..would I still be able to play games with my friends, would I want to eat anymore cake and ice cream, and would there be any room in the house for any more presents?
Chapter one opens with the introduction of a sensational eight-year old girl named Ellen G. going to the store with her dad. We quickly discover that the 'G' stands for grammar and the eight-year old always carry a pocket dictionary, eager to learn new words whenever and wherever she goes. In chapter one, Ellen G. learns the definition of words such as sporting goods, lures, supplies, and food pyramid while shopping with her dad for their fishing trip with her friends Sally Science and Matt Math. 'Jumpin Jehosophat' is one of the many catchy phrases used by the main character to allow the reader to see more than a glimpse into the exciting world of Ellen G Chapter two evolves through the interaction of Ellen G., Sally Science, and Matt Math. Ellen G. shares the words that she has learned with her friends and in return, Matt Math shares with her how to multiply by tens The reader quickly identifies Matt Math as a boy of logic, who carries a book bag and a calculator wherever he goes. Matt Math is excited by the concept of numbers and even more excited to share the knowledge with others He demonstrates to Ellen G. how to break large numbers into smaller numbers to simplify multiplication. By the time the lesson is over, Ellen G. fully understands the renaming and grouping properties of multiplication and is ready to multiply any large number that is a composite of the number ten Chapter three is all fun and play as Ellen G's father teaches them 'My Sunshine', a state song for Louisiana. Sally Science, dressed in her white lab coat and equipped with her scientific journal, educates Ellen G. and Matt Math about the properties of water and why every living thing needs water to survive.Even Ellen G. lends a helping hand as she defines the words atom and state The reader becomes enamored by the children's jovial response towards learning. Ellen G. Goes Fishing is an instant classic that will promote the excitement of learning among young readers
From the New York Times bestselling author of Your Destiny Switch and the successor to motivational legend Bob Proctor comes a step-by-step guide that makes running a business as easy as 1-2-3 based on the Proctor Gallagher Institute program What if someone told you that . . . ? You don't have to work hard to make a lot of money. You can set any goal you want and make it happen. You can change your whole life in less than 24 hours. You can cut your work time in half and double your income. You can achieve more success than you ever dreamed-and enjoy every single minute of it. It's not impossible. In fact, it's DARN EASY. If you think it takes long hours of stress-inducing, brain-numbing, back-breaking work to build a successful career or business, this book will change your mind. The simple truth is: once you put your mind to it, you can do just about anything. You can build a business that is not only profitable but sustainable, too. You can take your career to higher and higher levels, grow your profits quarter by quarter, increase your income year after year. And the best part is: you can do it with ease! The secret-according to bestselling author Peggy McColl and motivational expert Brian Proctor-is to find the joy in the work that you do. To be truly successful in business, you need to make an emotional investment in your dream as well as a financial one. This book is a wake-up call that will open your mind, fill your heart, and transform your life with a simple but powerful message: It's not hard to become rich, successful, and happy. It's a choice. And once you make that choice, it's easy. Whether you're growing a business, building a career, or simply trying to make more money, Darn Easy offers a proven formula for success. Learn how to: * Work half as hard and profit twice as much * Set goals that are achievable, sustainable, and downright enjoyable * Build a network of good people you like doing business with * Aim high and be specific-the sky's the limit! * Let go of negative thoughts and watch positive things begin to happen * Give yourself time to live your life and embrace your success You'll discover step-by-step techniques for growing your business, healthier strategies for handling your money, and easier ways to increase your chances for success-along with a few reality checks you might need to cash. You'll also find invaluable tools to put in your personal toolbox, including a goal card, power life script, gratitude journal, accomplishment list, and so much more. There's no reason you can't be rich, successful, and happy. With the right attitude and the right tools, it's not hard at all. It's Darn Easy. Peggy McColl is the president and founder of Dynamic Destinies, Inc., and the author of the New York Times bestseller Your Destiny Switch. Brian Proctor is the VP of Business Development at the Proctor Gallagher Institute.
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