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I Before E (Except After C) The Young Readers Edition: Easy, Cool Ways to Remember Facts
by Susan Randol

Published by Reader's Digest




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Memory Tricks Made Easy!

How can you possibly remember everything you're supposed to know? Simple! Use the memory tricks within these pages.

This fun, informative guide teaches you smart ways to remember all the stuff you're learning about in school. With these simple techniques you can train your brain to remember . . .

  • The planets in order of size -- from largest to smallest and from smallest to largest
  • The world's largest rivers and largest deserts
  • The difference between adjectives and adverbs -- and their jobs
  • Which presidents were assassinated while in office
  • All about angles and triangles . . . and circles, too

So whether you get tripped up by the spelling of a word that makes no sense or the fact that 13 colonies are way too many to remember, I Before E (Except After C) will teach you cool ways to remember it all.



pub date: 2011-11-10 | Hardcover | 9781606523483