Educate Your Child’s Mind, Body and Spirit with the new Waldorf-Inspired Homeschool Handbook. This was the first line of the press release I created for the Waldorf Homeschool Handbook that Audrey Press published almost three years to.the.day ago. This wonderful book by a long-time friend and first-time author, Donna Ashton, hit the book reseller’s shelves just in time for New Year planning in 2013. Author Donna Ashton Donna, who was the
For centuries, we have been taught to look “outside” of ourselves when it comes to healing illness, trauma, and dis-ease. In reality, everything we need to nurture, heal, and feed our authentic spirit is right within our bodies. As a Board-Certified Sound Practitioner and Mindfulness Teacher, Valarie Budayr teaches readers how to manifest their path of self-discovery and self-healing through the Four Pillars: Breath, Movement, Sound, and Meditation.
ONE and DONE! This holiday season, give your family the gift that they can open again and again…BOOKS! The extensive Audrey Press catalog of quality books includes titles for the whole family! Urban Fantasy, Non-fiction Business, How-To, Spirituality and Travel, Parenting and Coaching, Children’s Picture Books, and Middle Reader Activity and Screen-Free Learning–something for everyone in ONE tidy BUNDLE. ***FREE SHIPPING in the USA-Be sure and order before December 15,
Did you know that 80% of parents put their kids in sports with the hopes they can attend college on an athletic scholarship? But, without knowing the facts and strategies behind attaining the elusive full-ride scholarship, only 7% of high school athletes move on to college sports. For those looking to go to college on a sports scholarship, the recruiting process can be both daunting and overwhelming. The Elusive Full
The ABC’s of BookJumping: The Best of Jump Into a Book by Valarie Budayr and Rebecca Flansburg All of the amazing content on JumpIntoABook.com will continue to live on in the new ebook The ABCs of BookJumping: The Best of Jump Into a Book! What if you could “live” inside the pages of the children’s books your family reads? What if you could enjoy the same adventures as the characters?
Book 3 in the Ascension Trilogy is HERE! Deuxsang teen, Cheyenne Lane has grown a lot over the last several years. Her trust in her vampire community is as muddy as the waters of a New Orleans bog even though distinguishing friend from foe has become a few shades easier. As much as she would prefer to be a normal teenager, her Ascension, enrollment at Clandestine, and her incarceration
Sissy Goes Tiny by Rebecca Flansburg and BA Norrgard! A diverse picture book about a family that chooses to live Tiny and do More with Less. **This project was supported by Five Wings Arts Council with funds from the McKnight Foundation. Eight-year-old Sissy loves her life. She loves her toys, her Big house, and her Big backyard. But when Sissy’s parents decide they are going to live
As a mom, dedicated kidlit reader, author, and co-founder of the non-profit Multicultural Children’s Book Day, Mia Wenjen has been on a decade-long journey to discover the best diversity books in children’s literature. With a determination to change the world, one book at a time, Wenjen created BEST #OWNVOICES CHILDREN’S BOOKS: My Favorite Diversity Books for Kids Ages 1-12 as a way to highlight books written by authors who share
Two-Year Waitlist: An Entrepreneurial Guide for Music Teachers As a 25-year veteran of the piano instruction profession and current President of the California Association of Professional Music Teachers (CAPMT), Noreen Wenjen understands the importance of not only creating a nurturing environment for music students but also what music teachers need to do to establish a successful music studio with longevity. In her new book, Two-Year Waitlist: An Entrepreneurial Guide for
If you fail, you’ll wish you’d never been made. Book 2 in the Ascension Trilogy is HERE! Clandestine Summary: Cheyenne Lane never believed it could come to this—imprisoned by her own family, who are plotting to overthrow the vampire Council. Ripped away from the happiness of her summer romance and friendship in New Orleans, Cheyenne is forced to begin her education at Clandestine, the secret Deuxsang University, one