Audio Books by Jess Lander

Jess Lander is the author of Wilbur (2021), God Made Doggies (2018), My Brother the Angel (2018), I Wish I Was a Bee (2018), Constructing Your Dissertation (2016) and other 5 books.

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Wilbur

release date: Oct 22, 2021
Wilbur
Wilbur Morgan is a teenage boy who grew up in poverty but has been given the opportunity to go to a well-educated school. Unfortunately, like most schools, Wilbur has to endure both mental and physical bullying from one of his classmates, Sebastian Lucky, the principal’s son. Wilbur also has a chance to romance the most popular and wealthiest girl in his class, Trudy Mack. Just as things get harder to deal with, like his nickname, Pig Devil, he tries his best to stay positive for his younger twin sisters, Tony and Brooke. However, the struggles of his home and school life may be causing him endless nightmares, and his mind begins to break down. Are these nightmares some kind of visions or even an alternate reality? Will his romance cause him to become blind to what his nightmares are trying to tell him? Is it possible that the advantage of this wealthier lifestyle is a trap? Or will it be too late by the time the answer appears from the mysterious man you’ll encounter with Wilbur along the journey?

God Made Doggies

release date: Mar 12, 2018
God Made Doggies
God Made Doggies is an adorable and silly story that any animal lover will enjoy. God made doggies with lots of purposes and this book just about covers every single one! The rhyming words and youthful spirit of this books makes it loved by every child. Jess hopes you love this book almost as much as we all love our doggies!

My Brother the Angel

release date: Mar 18, 2018
My Brother the Angel
My Brother the Angel is a beautifully written, rhyming and captivating book. It tells a story of a family who faces a miscarriage. What makes this story extra sweet is that it's based off of the author's own experience.This story perfectly shows that even though our loved ones aren't here on Earth, they're still with us forever in heaven.

I Wish I Was a Bee

release date: Mar 15, 2018
I Wish I Was a Bee
I Wish I Was a Bee is a silly, rhyming and heartwarming tale about a bee who wants to be just about anything, but a bee! Read and giggle along as he tries to change himself in crazy ways, in order to fit in with everyone else. It's not till the bee meets the sun that he learns that he's God's masterpiece and is special just the way he is. The sun helps the bee discover his purpose and learn the amazing plan God has for him, that only he can fulfill. After reading this book, smile at the fact that just like the bee, you have a unique and wonderful purpose here too!

Constructing Your Dissertation

release date: Sep 14, 2016
Constructing Your Dissertation
Constructing Your Dissertation is a witty guide specifically written for students to help them enjoy an academic experience that can be confusing, frustrating, and lonely. In Constructing Your Dissertation Dr. Jess L. Gregory offers advice, straight answers, and support that has already helped many doctoral and masters students complete their dissertations and earn their degrees.As an award winning educator, Jess explains the different elements of a dissertation in easily understood terms, and more importantly includes:* How to transition from coursework to independent research;* How to pick a committee that works for you;* What to expect at each stage of the dissertation;* How to avoid pitfalls in writing your dissertation; and* Checklists so you can assess your progress.Students only get to write a dissertation once, Jess can help them appreciate this experience and earn their degrees! The book uses a home building analogy throughout to clarify the process of developing, conducting, and communicating a research project through a dissertation.One reader wrote:"If anyone ever told me I'd be laughing out loud at a book about constructing a dissertation, I'd have said they were crazy...yet, I was guffawing at several points during yours. I adore your self-deprecating humor and honesty."This book includes chapters on each of the five chapters of a traditional dissertation in addition to helpful chapters on picking and working with a committee, holding a proposal hearing and a full dissertation defense as well as sharing research with an academic audience. A unique feature of this book is that in includes both letters of advice from others that have earned their degrees and a section of real questions that have been asked by doctoral students and answers.This is not an academic tome, nor does it aspire to be. It has been described as "useful, clear, and lightheartedly readable". Each chapter is focuses on the issues of concern raised by past students, together the chapters can assist both students and advisors to maximize the dissertation experience.

Playing with Fire-- America's Obsession with the Occult

Third Time Lucky

release date: Jan 01, 2014
Third Time Lucky
"When a stranger appears asking awkward questions, the Flight knows the fragile peace is over. Their cover is blown, and their enemies are closing in. But even with the promise of another Icarus, and the possibility of a new haven, the Flight is divided. Tensions rise, tempers flare, and loyalties are tested. With the Flight splintering, Kestrel is once again caught in the middle. Her conscience pushes her after Condor, while her heart is not ready to give Hawk up. Kestrel is forced to choose. And she doesn't know it, but the very lives of the Flight are at stake"--Amazon.com.

School Leadership for Learning

School Leadership for Learning
"School Leadership for Learning occupies a unique space in that it can support both pre-service and in-service educators to promote growth of the students and adults in a school community. School Leadership for Learning: Learning Theory to Improve Professional Practice is organized into three sections and every section and chapter will include interactive elements."-- Amazon.com.

Characterization and Principal Themes in the Novels of Gustavo A. Martinez Zuviria (pseud. Hugo Wast).

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