Your Child’s most Important Teacher is an e-book, available on Amazon.com, that was written by a dad who was a stay-at-home in the 90’s, before it became somewhat fashionable.  I was a computer instructor for all branches of the service, even though I was in the Air Force.  I had also taught martial arts and Sunday School.

I left the Air Force son after our first child was born (there are several stories about him and his siblings in the book) to create educational products.  I tried animation, but the equipment for that in the early 90’s was crude and expensive, so I turned my efforts to other projects, one of which is this book.  Press or click here to order.  In case you didn’t realize my point, YOU are your child’s most important teacher!

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This e-book came about well after I started Your Child’s Most Important Teacher.  The material for this book was initially included in the other book, but it became apparent that it warranted its own book.  This e-book is available on Amazon.com.

What separates this book from other signing for babies books is that it was written by a parent who did it.  More important, though, was that the other parent is both a signer and pediatrician.  That combination lead to a discovery we have never seen documented anywhere else.  The result is that we found out that our daughter was signing to us when she was 9 weeks old.

Press or click here to order this e-book.

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Sidescreen Triumphs: The Inside Story is about a man and his hacksaw.  Well, not really, but this book shows what car parts look like when you cut them open then put them back together.  Many were cut with a hacksaw.

This book shows what things look like on the inside, and describes what many basic parts on a car do.  That language is also intended to help enthusiasts understand their mechanic, too.  Finally, it also shows some common mechanical problem areas so that owners, and potential owners, have an idea what to look out for.

This project is still under development, and hopefully will be available around February, 2017.  For more information, check out the book’s page on this site.