The Power of Positive Pedaling
A question and answer book that promotes imaginative and analytical thinking.

Books by Jan Zebrack

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Why Analogies?

Thinking in analogies is basic to understanding how the world functions.  It was seeing the relationship between a grape and a grape press that led Guttenberg to invent the printing press.  Understanding analogies promotes critical thinking and a logical mind.

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Books By Jan Zebrack

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The Power of Positive Pedaling

The Power of Positive Pedaling. Click to view

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Analogies For Young Kids Book 1

Analogies For Young Kids Book 1. Click to view

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Analogies For Young Kids Book 2

Analogies For Young Kids Book 2. Click to view

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Analogies for Adults Book

Analogies for Adults Books 1 & 2. Click to view

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