Christmas is almost here, and what could be a better Christmas present than a motivational book? Books, although viewed as old-fashioned in the current world of iPhones and iPads, are still very important learning tools that can change a person’s life.

Sometimes, bright or even gifted children don’t do well in school, because of motivational issues. Many academically weak students are actually bright students, but not focused on studies due to lack of motivation. They may feel that school is boring, or see school as a chore. Teenage years are often a difficult period of time. If successfully motivated, these children can often make a wondrous turnaround to get back on track academically.

Let me share some books that are actually purchased by viewers from my website through Amazon.com:

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