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Five-Minute Brain Workout
Games and Puzzles to Keep Your Mind Sharp and Supple
By Kim Chamberlain
(Skyhorse Publishing)
Taking care of your brain is just as beneficial as taking care of the rest of your body. Research has shown that training games help improve memory, concentration, problem-solving skills, processing speed, creativity, and reasoning.The key to such exercise is to constantly learn and regularly challenge... [READ MORE]
The Five-Minute Brain Workout for Kids
365 Amazing, Fabulous, and Fun Word Puzzles
By Kim Chamberlain, Illustrated by Jon Chamberlain
(Sky Pony Press)
Our brains are an amazing organ! And just like our bodies, our brain functions best when it’s put to work. So get ready to give your brain a full workout each day with The Five-Minute Brain Workout for Kids! Inside, you’ll find 365 word puzzles and games to keep your mind active and in great shape! Have... [READ MORE]
365 Games & Puzzles to Keep Your Mind Sharp
By Kim Chamberlain
(Skyhorse Publishing)
Mind-Boggling Word Searches
By Kim Chamberlain
(Skyhorse Publishing)
366 puzzles – a full leap-year's worth.... [READ MORE]
Woman to Woman
1,000 Conversation Starters for Talking about Anything
By Kim Chamberlain
(Skyhorse Publishing)
Women’s conversations can cover a wide range of topics and may include much in the way of intelligent observations on life’s complexities, entertaining observations, and a sharing of innermost thoughts. While conversation in mixed company can range along the same lines, there are many subjects that women... [READ MORE]
Conversation Starters
1,000 Creative Ways to Talk to Anyone about Anything
By Kim Chamberlain
(Skyhorse Publishing)
Like an onion, a conversation is often made up of layers. On its face it may appear to be on one level, but peel away a layer or two, and you will find other issues lying beneath the surface.Providing techniques to analyse conversations, Conversation Starters will enable you to develop creativity by... [READ MORE]
Conversation Starters for Every Grandparent
Tips for Talking to (and with) Your Grandchildren, Your Children, and Other Grandparents
By Kim Chamberlain
(Skyhorse Publishing)
Grandparents often find themselves in awkward positions when it comes to having conversations with their family. Once children become “little people,” they develop likes and dislikes and discover their own interests, all of which may often be at odds with the grandparent’s. Even the most innocent attempt... [READ MORE]
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