Archive for April, 2009

How To Uncover Your Genealogy – Why You Need To Explore Your Past With MRR

Posted in ebooks, genealogy, Irish Heritage, MRR/PLR Articles and eBooks with tags , on April 29, 2009 by Donnette E Davis

It seems simple to understand why history is important. There are countless times that history repeats itself. We are face with the same choices that we were just a handful of years ago. Did we learn from our mistakes or will we make the same ones over and over again?

Whether you believe in a Higher Power or not, there is still the question of what could have happened to those that are in your past. After all, don’t you want to know who was in your family tree?  Could you be the descendant of one of the Kings or Queens of England? Perhaps you have an ancestor that was a war hero in the Revolutionary War. Perhaps the past isn’t as pretty with ancestors that died in famines, illnesses or strife, only to save their children that you would eventually come from.

This delightful and informative 81 page eBook covers all these questions and more, and provides links to obtaining even more exceptional eBooks on Genealogy.

With Master resell Rights, You Can Keep Your Copy of the Ebook and Resell it From Your Website or Blog and Keep 100% of the Profits  Only $4.95


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How to Successfully Homeschool Your Child, eBook with MRR

Posted in ebooks, educational ebooks, home education, homeschool resources, Homeschooling, homeschooling books, homeschooling curriculum, homeschooling ebooks, homeschooling printables, MRR/PLR Articles and eBooks on April 29, 2009 by Donnette E Davis

Source:  St Aiden’s on Squidoo

Thinking of homeschooling your child/ren?  This book provides easy-to-understand tips and guidelines when considering this decision, which will help you on your way to a successful homeschooling journey.  The book comes with Master Resell Rights, which means that you can see the book from your website or blog and keep 100% of the profits, while still maintaining your own copy.

A must for any new homeschooling family.


St Aiden’s Homeschool has further resources

Tips for Understanding and Treating Autism eBook with MRR

Posted in autism, Children with Special Needs, early childhood learning, ebooks, parenting, parenting ebooks, parenting tips with tags on April 29, 2009 by Donnette E Davis

Only $7.95

How Do You Know If Your Child Is At Risk?

That’s the problem with developmental disabilities. While many are easy to spot just by looking at the physical appearance, autism is not so easy to distinguish because there are no physical abnormalities.

Everyone knows that autism exists but most people have no idea that autism is just one of the autism spectrum disorders let alone how to recognize the symptoms.

The only way to single out a child with autism is to know what characteristics to look for, and they not be the same for all children!

When You Don’t Know The Questions . . .

…How do you get the answers?

Are you anxious to find out if your child’s behavioral characteristics could be a forerunner to something more ominous?

Are you afraid that your family history might cast an aura of risk and want to know before you have children?

This eBook with Master Resell Rights explains and highlights tips, treatments, signs, diets and even activities. Buying an eBook with Master Resell Rights means that you can sell this book from your own website and keep 100% of the profit, which benefiting from having your own copy as well.


More eBooks on parenting, education, Autism and ADHD that are available for free download can be accessed at

St Aidens Homeschool

Single Parenting – Becoming the Best Parent for Your Child/ren

Posted in divorce, ebooks, MRR/PLR Articles and eBooks, parenting, parenting ebooks on April 29, 2009 by Donnette E Davis

“The transition and new circumstance – journeying down the path of the single parent”

“The transition and new circumstance – journeying down the path of the single parent”

You are also growing and changing throughout this process. You will realize it, your kids will know and see it, as will others. This is another change you and everyone around you have to deal with as well, on top of everything else.  You might also feel anxious, lonely, and angry or evoke these emotions in your child/family.  Again this is quite normal and natural behavior.

“Seeing things from the child’s point of view”

This is not only all about you either. Try and see things thought the eyes of your child sometime and whole new worlds of understanding and possibilities will open for you.

This beautifully presented, and informative eBook, comes with Master Resell Rights.  That means once you have purchased it you may re-sell it for a profit from your own website or blog.

Donnette Davis

Partnering Dance and Education by Dzagbe Cudjoe

Posted in dance in our footsteps, Dance to Health, Dance your way to health, donnette e davis, dzagbe cudjoe with tags on April 26, 2009 by Donnette E Davis

Source : Partnering Dance and Education by Dzagbe Cudjoe.

Partnering Dance and Education
by: Dzagbe Cudjoe

In our increasingly complex and disturbed world it is clear that new methods are called for if we are to produce educated, well balanced young people who can take their rightful place as adults in society.

Dance and education is a partnership which is finding a growing number of advocates. An understanding and appreciation of the possibilities of this combination is now necessary for teachers who are not in the dance and physical education fields. All teachers need to be aware of the possibilities of this approach.

Dr Judith Lynne Hanna of the University of Maryland is both a dancer and an anthropologist whose research has taken her around the world. In her acknowledgements she wrote “To my friends in Africa, especially Nigeria and Uganda, thank you for opening my eyes to the potential of dance as a medium of education for young and old alike. It was here that I first witnessed dance education, dance in education, and the relationship of dance to other aspects of life.”

Her book “Partnering Dance and Education (Human Kinetics 1999) lays out her far-reaching ideas and convictions on the subject of dance and its importance in the future of education. The book is clearly written with educators and dancers in mind and the examples are mainly of the system in the United States. But this is a book that anyone who has an interest in the subject will find illuminating.

She writes “Our approach is to integrate dance into other academic classes, another approach is to offer problem-centered curricula using dance as one way of knowing, teaching, and learning.” “In dance education as is the case with most educational practices, rigorous empirical research has not been undertaken on cause-and-effect relationship between certain dance education practices and student outcomes. Few resources have been available for research in dance education and even fewer for systematic assessment.”

Here in point form are Dr Lynne Hanna’s main points with regard to Dance Education:-

1. Dance education aids the development of kinesthetic intelligence.

2. Dance education creates opportunities for self-expression and communication within the constraints of the medium of the body.

3. Dance, whether representational, thematic or abstract, is a repository of civilization that changes through time.

4. Dance education teaches the values and skills of creativity, problem solving, risk taking, making judgements in the absence of rules, and higher-order thinking skills.

5. Dance provides an opportunity for students to recognize that there are multiple solutions to problems.

6. The study of dance fosters an individuals ability to better interpret interpersonal nonverbal communication.

7. Dance education provides a strong base from which to analyze and make informed judgements about corporeal images.

8. Learning the dances of other cultures helps students to develop an understanding and respect for them.

9. Through stimulating all the senses, dance goes beyond verbal language in engaging dancers and promoting the development of multi sensory beings.

10. Dance provides options to destructive alternatives in a world that is unpredictable and unsafe for children. It can empower the disempowered and disenfranchised.

11. Dance education prepares people for careers in dance and other fields, such as clinical psychology, chiropractor, anthropologist.

12. Dance enhances an individuals lifelong quality of life.

13. Participation in dance benefits our communities economically.

14. Dance education helps students develop physical fitness, appreciation of the body, concern for sound health practices and effective stress management approaches. Dance shares many of the health benefits of other athletics.

“Partnering Dance and Education” is a clearly written book which demands concentration but the reader will be well rewarded.

About The Author

Dzagbe Cudjoe is a Dance and Movement Therapist, Intuitive Counselor, Healer and Ethnologist with a keen interest in promoting Dance as a means of achieving Mind-Body-and-Spirit integration.She is the author of the manual “Dance to Health -Help Your Special Needs Child Through Inspirational Dance”. available at Dance to Health She has just published a book of children’s stories Tales My Ghanaian Grandmother Told Me

The Rainbow Nation is not yet in Existence by Dzagbe Cudjoe Dance to Health

Posted in dzagbe cudjoe with tags on April 23, 2009 by Donnette E Davis

An absolutely excellent account of how visitors perceive the South African Rainbow Nation.. I read between tears of laughter and tears of loss – a Must-read… 5 stars *****

Bedtime Sagas by Cavin Wright, Published by Eloquent Books

Posted in eloquent books with tags , , on April 21, 2009 by Donnette E Davis

Cavin Wright, author of From Dust to Trust, Bedtime Stories, and The Golden Prize has penned a treasured collection of stories in Bedtime Sagas.  Each has a powerful and underlying message.

His book will captivate you as he takes pieces of his own life experience and weaves them into tales of unrequited love, spiritual journeys, greed, revenge, and redemption.  Readers will readily identify themselves in his compelling prose.

“Déjà Vu” is a chilling account of a man’s search for a dark secret—where strange coincidences make life exceedingly uncomfortable. Ultimately, he is faced with an agonizing decision—whether to kill his wife, or to take the life of his exquisite mistress.

“Shattered Dream” tells of love found through tragedy. “Mark of Cain” chronicles the life of a rock star whose relationship with his brother is damaged by jealousy over his fame.

“20/20 Hindsight” is a depiction of Wright’s own life—the painful experiences and how living them brought him to a place of self-discovery, peace and success.

This lucidly written anthology of tales will strike a chord within your own life and is story-telling at its finest.  It is illuminating, artfully rendered and is as entertaining as it is thought-provoking.  These tales of complicated situations, emotional states, and autobiographical representations are viscerally powerful and marvellously satisfying.

About the Author

Cavin Wright was born in Rhodesia (Zimbabwe) in 1952. He has also lived many years in South Africa and currently resides in England.