Tag: science

Oxygen!: A Darwinian Moment for Mankind

Oxygen!: A Darwinian Moment for Mankind

| February 27, 2019

Once enough to serve seven billion people on Earth, the green planet is showing alarming signs of running low on human and animal life’s elixir: oxygen. A team of researchers discovers the unpopular truth during work in the Himalayas and the mountains of northern India. Is this a defining Darwinian moment for mankind? Governments are […]

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Do Monsters Have Birthdays?

Do Monsters Have Birthdays?

| January 25, 2018

Children’s Ebook: Come along on an epic adventure of a lifetime when a curious little girls’ mother tells her that she gets one more question before she has to go to bed. The little girl asks her do monsters have birthdays? Mom is too sleepy to answer and puts the little girl to bed. Before […]

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Zed

Zed

| September 25, 2017

Blue blood. Look for the blue blood. It just might save your life. In a post-apocalyptic world, aliens have taken over and the human race is barely hanging on. With only a thin Shield separating them from the terrifying creatures that wear human faces as a disguise and devour souls, the future of Earth seems […]

Da Vinci Owl: An Inventor’s Code

Da Vinci Owl: An Inventor’s Code

| September 8, 2017

1 meter poster inside!The first Chapter: Smart and funny short stories about the crazy inventions.The second Chapter: Kids’ hidden pictures. Create an amazing Tea Machine! The da Vinci Owl loves guests! Stories about inventors, designs of amazing devices, exciting facts and attention tests, await you. Help the da Vinci Owl fix the Tea Machine and […]

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Swift Walker: A Journey Around the Oceans: Geography Books for Kids!

Swift Walker: A Journey Around the Oceans: Geography Books for Kids!

| April 10, 2017

Fuel Your Child’s Imagination with Real Information Swift Walker’s speedy legs take him on a journey across the continents to see all the oceans of the world. Join Swift Walker as he races along the Arctic Ocean, the Pacific Ocean, the Indian Ocean, the Antarctic Ocean, and the Atlantic Ocean, and still make it home […]

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