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What are the Duties of a Bookkeeper?

30th May 2012
In small to medium sized enterprises (SMEs), a bookkeeper may be the sole financial member of staff. Generally, a bookkeeper is one of the most important human assets of a company or SMEs as it is the bookkeeperís responsibility to handle and keep of t... Read >
Author: Kevin Jeffersons

Meaningful Bedtime Stories: Could Be Worse

28th February 2011
Many of today's busy adults have fond memories of their Mother's reading them this book when they were children. Copyrighted in 1977 and first published by Mulberry Books in 1987, Could Be Worse is a new classic for the current and upcoming generations of... Read >
Author: JD Hopoes

Visual Communication: Beauty lies in the eyes of the consumer

31st January 2011
The Nike Swoosh. It is perhaps one of the best examples of defining our topic for today Ė Visual Communication. Clearly speaking, one look at the swoosh and you know that one is talking about the iconic sports brand. Now thatís the power of Visual Communi... Read >
Author: jacobqsmith

The Benefits of Educational Interactive Children's Books

12th November 2010
Children learn better through entertainment and technological tools. These tools are available in the market and are affordable to anyone. One of the major technological tools is the computer. Computers are a big part of technology. They include the simpl... Read >
Author: raby

Tigger watch: Give yourself some extra bounce

23rd September 2010
Tigger watch: Give yourself some extra bounce We're in the midst of tough economic times. In a time in which buyers are hard to find, we are still under pressure to make sales. My co-workers and I just recently spent time at a bar after work, discussi... Read >
Author: Mike Gramsby

Top Online Shopping Sites South Africa

09th September 2010
Checkers is one of the premier South African supermarkets which offer a broad range of exclusive products, food and the like. There is a wine route which features a choice of fine wine from eighty different main estates at rock bottom cellar types of pric... Read >
Author: jacksmith

What Makes Good Children's Literature

23rd March 2010
As a children's author (http://TinaTurbin.com), I'm often pleased to find that I've inspired children and adults to write children's stories of their own. A question they wonder is what exactly makes a good children's book. Whether you're a children's aut... Read >
Author: Robert Bell

Easing Young Children into a Move

08th January 2010
Moving can upset children of any age. It frequently causes them to feel apprehensive and insecure. But, don't despair; there are many things you can do to make the moving experience less scary for your children. Involve Them from the Very Beginning. ... Read >
Author: Marlin Rollins

Stephenie Meyer: Writing {Boring|Clumsy) Sentence Openers

24th November 2009
Here's an excerpt from young writing phenomenon and bestseller Stephenie Meyer's Twilight: Jess drove faster than the chief, so we made it to Port Angeles by four. It had been a while since I've had a girls' night out, and the estrogen rush was invigor... Read >
Author: marciano guerrero

Baby Learning Flash Cards

29th October 2009
All children have an incredible natural ability to learn. Before the age of five a child can easily take in an amazing amount information. Using flash cards is the easiest way to impart a huge amount of knowledge to a young child. If the child is younger ... Read >
Author: Elaine Mak

50 Ways To Make Money And Have Fun Creating Audio Books

16th October 2009
Creating audiobooks is easy and fun. You can create your own profitable business with nothing more than a microphone, a computer and free software from the internet. The possibilities are endless. I have at least four or five ideas daily. Just about anyon... Read >
Author: Douglas Robinson

Stephen King Vs Stephenie Meyer: The Controversy

04th August 2009
Master writer Stephen King, in a recent interview said: "Both Rowling and Meyer, they're speaking directly to young people... The real difference is that Jo Rowling is a terrific writer and Stephenie Meyer can't write worth a darn. She's not very g... Read >
Author: marciano guerrero

The importance of Reading in Child Development

11th June 2008
A good reading ability is vital to give children a good start with the competition they'll face in today's society. For nearly everything you do, you need to be able to read, whether it be newspapers, computer screens, road signs, instruction booklets, fo... Read >
Author: Trish

The First Scientist: Ibn al-Haytham

23rd July 2007
Science is the study of the physical world, but it is not just a topic, a subject, a field of interest. It is a discipline-a system of inquiry that adheres to a specific methodology-the scientific method. The heart of the scientific method is the use of v... Read >
Author: Bradley Steffens

The Achievement Mindset

28th February 2007
Recently, after going to an on-line business building "bootcamp," I made some interesting observations when I returned to the work-a-day world, where the time clock and hard work "by the sweat of your brow," sent me on an odyssey that even Napoleon Hill w... Read >
Author: kate loving shenk
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