Ms. Creant: The Wrong Doers!
Life With Women: The Long-Awaited Instruction Manual
Ms. Creant is a relatively light look at the human condition.
Using Ms. Creant as a teaching aid:
- 8 x 10 large print hardcover. ISBN 978-1-77302-134-8
- 8 x 10 large print paperback. ISBN 978-1-77302-132-4
- e-book in all the most popular formats. ISBN 978-1-77302-133-1
- The books are available around the globe from Ingram Spark.
- Baker & Taylor provides the Blio e-book for libraries.
- Overdrive is another provider of the e-book in libraries.
- All e-books are available globally through three major channels: Amazon for Kindle owners,. Kobo, and Smashwords for users of Nook, Apple, and most others.
- The book features a 1600 word index to assist parents, students and educators.
- 312 pages
- An audio book version is being considered.
The book features a 1600 word index to assist parents, students and educators.
A reader need only have an open mind to enjoy Ms. Creant.
Readers also possessing a sense of humor, will love it.
Please read the About the intended reader and a caution: section under the Welcome to Ms. Creant tab.
We do not want to warp any young minds, but we do want to spread some awareness to those who are mature enough.
Ms. Creant: The Wrong Doers! is by far the most entertaining textbook ever written.
Learning should be fun.
It is a nonfiction book about life as a man, chronicling the entire journey. Ms. Creant contains everything men should have been told in preparation for their journey but instead most are left to stumble blindly with the expectation that they will learn from their mistakes.
Experience is a slow painful teacher. . . a book is better.
Potential areas of study supported by the book:
- The importance of having a plan.
- Avoiding pitfalls.
- Hormonal effects.
- The four interconnected parts to a healthy human.
- Behavioral patterns.
- Self-esteem; image; worth.
- Self-confidence; reliance; sufficiency; assuredness.
- Self-absorption; obsession.
- The American Dream.
- Societal problems.
- North American culture.
- Human civilization.
- Seek knowledge; reason; wisdom.
- Developing a personal belief system.
- Morality; values; scruples; ethics.
- Reinforce the value of education—keeping doors open.
- Teach: WHO do you want to be; WHO society needs you to be; and the infinite possibilities of WHAT you can be.
- Identify and develop individual talents.
- Teach what the schools do not.
- Offer perspective.
- Do not limit the potential of your child.
- Good messages.
- Money corrupts.
Serious subject matter handled in a not too serious way.
Ms. Creant offers a case study for students of behavioral science.
It would not be difficult to imagine as the author’s life is spread out for all to see including his:
- traumatic life experiences.
- search for closure.
- coping mechanisms.
- patterns of behavior.