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Charlotte Pierce

Pierce Press



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Pierce Press
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nonfiction, children's, alternative education
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Pierce Press publishes a growing list of general and educational non-fiction and children's and young adult fiction under the imprints of DayTripper Books, GiggleQuick Books, and Peeragogy Books.

We delight in discovering hidden treasures, and regard our authors as partners in navigating the brave new world of independent publishing.

Recent titles include "The Peeragogy Handbook v3 (Howard Rheingold et. al.; 2014) and two early-reader picture books for ages 4-8 focusing on sustainablility and diversity. Four books relating to wildlife conservation and habitat restoration are in the works.

As Pierce Productions, we provide a live-streaming video interview series called Face The Book TV, and conduct Indie Office Hours on Google+ and YouTube in conjunction with IPNE.

Additional related services include publishing and media coaching for authors and indie publishers.
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@daytripperdiva, @piercepress, @facethebooktv


Book #1 Title
The Mystical Magical Abracadabracal Daniel McDougal McDouglas McFly
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Your Friendly Neighborhood Environmental Kid-in-a-Kilt!
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by Sheryl Rene Davis, Illustrated by Eric Summers & Daniel Fiore
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PiercePress/Gigglequick Books
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Expanded Edition with new activities and a foreword by the Jane Goodall Institute of Nepal.

The intrepid Daniel McDougal McDouglas McFly is a young boy who bravely steps up to save the environment and help endangered animals and plants survive against incredible odds. Parents will appreciate the positive message that the book sends to their children about the environment and preserving the precious gifts of the Earth. Written in beguiling rhyming couplet verse. Includes activity pages and updated website for kids, families, and teachers.
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Ingram, PiercePress.com, Author


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The Peeragogy Handbook v.3
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The no-longer-missing guide to peer learning & peer production
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Peeragogy Books & PubDomEd
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Peeragogy is a collection of techniques for collaborative learning and collaborative work. By identifying and implementing effective patterns for working together, we hope to leave the world in a better state than it was when we arrived.

Indeed, humans have always shared knowledge with each other. But for a long time, until the advent of the web and widespread access to digital media, traditional systems have effectively monopolized the pursuit of learning.

Now, with access to open educational resources and free or inexpensive communication platforms, groups of people can learn together outside as well as inside of formal institutions.

These developments prompted us to reconsider the meaning of “peer learning” and to co-create the
Peeragogy Handbook.

“Howard Rheingold and a great team of collaborators have preceded the rest of humanity in exploring the new dynamics of technologically-enhanced peer learning.” Michel Bauwens, Foundation for Peer-to-Peer Alternatives
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Ingram, Amazon, Pierce Press


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Who's Hiding In This Book?
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Meet Ten Famous Authors!
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Sheila Cordner
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Pierce Press / Gigglequick Books
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Take your children on a grand adventure to meet ten famous authors! The book introduces young readers to great works of literature. By celebrating a diverse group of great writers, the book paves the way for a lifetime of appreciating classic books.
Young readers will climb the hilly streets of Sui Sin Far’s San Francisco, board a plane to Taha Hussein’s Egyptian village, and chase a cocker spaniel through the streets of Virginia Woolf’s London. They will search the seas for Herman Melville’s white whale, dance to the blues in Langston Hughes’s Harlem, and ride a horse-drawn carriage through Edith Wharton’s Central Park. They’ll listen to a woodpecker in Emily Dickinson’s poetry, and hike around Walden Pond with Thoreau. Along the way, Zitkála-Ša tells the story of a talented girl who leaves her reservation to start a new school; María Amparo Ruiz de Burton describes a brave young woman who travels across the country in a covered wagon; and Hussein writes about how being blind challenged him to use his imagination.
The book includes a “Become An Author” activity page, plus a section for parents and educators featuring background information for each author and suggested topics to spark discussion with children. The author’s website, SheilaCordner.com, provides frequently updated resources and engaging activities for young readers.
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