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CELEBRATIONS GALORE for RDR Authors

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CELEBRATIONS GALORE for RDR Authors

July has been a very powerful month for us at Robert D. Reed Publishers and our authors—two books released on July 4, book launch parties, workshops/speaking engagements, radio interviews, and two books printed are now in the process of being sent out to reviewers prior to their official publication date. 1. Our newest author had a birthday yesterday; and his book, which will be officially released on September 27, received his books this week to send out to reviewers! As we celebrated both his birthday and the arrival of the books Wednesday evening, I burst into song, “We’re ready now for...

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YES! MATH is FUN!

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YES! MATH is FUN!

Love it or hate it—math can be more fun than you ever imagined! Math Jokes 4 Mathy Folks is causing laughter in the home and in the classroom. Moms and dads as well as teachers are discovering that it can be fun for kids to break from the sometimes heavy formulas for a moment and have a laugh.  Whether you are a young math student or a math major, the large variety of jokes from corny to thought provoking will add fun to the subject. Now being used by thousands of teachers, parents, and professors, Math Jokes 4 Mathy Folks...

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Re-calculating “Deal a Story”

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How often have you missed a turn and the GPS said, “Re-calculating?” Obviously I heard this many times as the voice so clearly reverberates in my head. When it comes to knowing how many possible hands one can draw from Deal a Story by Sue Viders, is it really important? The only reason it is important for me to write about again is to be in integrity. After doing some re-calculating, Patrick Vennebush, author of Mathy Jokes 4 Mathy Folks wrote to me, “The downside is that it's significantly lower than the number I previously gave you. The upside is that it's still...

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Five-Quadrillion Combinations with "Deal a Story"… or MORE!?!

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Our brainstorming card game, Deal a Story, by Sue Viders, boasts on the box top that there are 101 cards and 1,000,001 story ideas. But how many ideas really can come from this game? Even though I was really good at math and statistics when a student, over the years I have lost so much mathematical know-how.   So I wrote to our author, Patrick Vennebush, who wrote Math Jokes 4 Mathy Folks, (and has a blog of jokes and other fun math stuff) and asked him how many combinations were really possible with Deal a Story. A million and...

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