Nadine Johnson Books

The Real Problem with School Vouchers

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The Real Problem with School Vouchers

It was extremely frustrated to be stuck in a school zone that was not properly serving the educational needs of my child. I didn’t live in a “bad” area, but I was placed in a school zone with substandard schools. As a matter of fact, I lived five minutes from a good school, but I couldn’t send my child there because it was zoned in a different county. I didn’t have the energy to fight the system, and I couldn’t pick up my house and move it one block over. So, what did I do? At the time, I worked...

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Self-Publishing 1 on 1 Online Workshop

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Self-Publishing 1 on 1 Online Workshop

When I'm out selling my children's books, I enjoy talking with customers about how I got started self-publishing. I meet a lot of future authors with manuscripts on their computers or in a notebook somewhere who are looking for a way to take their projects to the next level. I try my best to demystify the world of self-publishing so that writers can take their ideas out of their heads and into the hands of readers. Future authors must understand that there are people in the world that can be touched or transformed by their written words. I conduct informative in-person workshops to help authors understand self-publishing. However, I want to provide individuals with one...

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Free Online Children's Books

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Free Online Children's Books

I enjoy writing and illustrating books that motivate and inspire children to dream, love, and laugh out loud. I’m also passionate about early literacy. My goal is to encourage all parents to start reading to their children as soon as they enter the world and to make reading a part of their daily routine. Reading with children at an early age helps them to develop language skills, begin enjoying books, and starts them on a path to reading for themselves. Why is early literacy important? The first four years of a child’s life is their greatest period in brain growth. Research...

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Takeoff Family Board Game

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Takeoff Family Board Game
Air travel is supposed to be fun and exciting. We are bringing back the excitement with Takeoff — a family board games that's lots of fun! Takeoff was created by a 12-year-old plane enthusiast.

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Vision – A Must to Survive and Thrive

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Vision – A Must to Survive and Thrive

Having vision is a must to survive and thrive in this world. Vision can take you from poverty to posterity. It can lead you out of despair and into triumph. Without vision, we can become stuck in an endless cycle of nothingness — doing nothing, striving for nothing, wanting nothing, expecting nothing, believing in nothing, and giving nothing to world. We are each born with a divine purpose. However, vision has to be nurtured in children from they are young so that they grow with intent and purpose. When children have vision, they begin to crave education and experiences that move them...

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