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a Nomad in Two Worlds
by Ahmed Kemil, Mary Fallon, Doug Fallon

Ahmed Kemil is a Tuareg nomad from Niger, Africa. In the first half of the book, Ahmed tells us riveting stories of his life growing up in the Sahara desert. By a turn of fate, he travels to America. In the second half of the book, Ahmed describes his surprising experiences in this completely different world.
Amazon Book Store ($2.99)
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Understand Money and Become Wealthy
E. Adam Honea

There are four things you can do with money: spend it, save it, invest it, and give it away. Understanding all four of these things can make you wealthy.
Amazon Book Store ($2.99)
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Understand Math from counting to calculus
E. Adam Honea

This book is for anyone who wants to understand math better. By presenting math as patterns, the book provides insights into counting, adding, subtracting, multiplying, dividing, fractions, decimals, geometry, trigonometry, algebra, graphs and calculus.
Amazon Book Store ($2.99)
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A Vase of Stones
by E. Adam Honea

A simple journey by a young couple provides deeper and deeper lessons. An allegory built from beautiful photos, philosophical sayings, Zen and Taoist stories.
Amazon Book Store ($2.99)
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Malak's Wild World: Alone in Africa
a children's travel adventure by Marla Kelsey

Malak and his pet lizard, Blink, decide to play hide-and-seek and end up in Africa where Malak's grandfather is on a photo safari. The book skillfully combines cartoon drawings and photographs of African wildlife.
Amazon Kindle Store ($1.99)
Apple iBookstore ($1.99)

 

 

Contributing Authors
 

Ahmed Kemil is a Tuareg nomad from Niger, Africa. Co-authors, Mary Fallon and Doug Fallon, are educators.

E. Adam Honea, Ph.D., is an educator, geologist and researcher. The author is pictured in the countryside of Yangshuo, China.
 

Marla Kelsey, Ed.D., is an educator, traveler and photographer. Marla is pictured in a Maasai village near the Serengeti National Park, Tanzania, Africa.

 

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