I need some good quality freebies to give away on my Parenting web site. This is site is aimed at parents with children bewteen the ages of 5 years and 12 years.
I need someone to search through [url removed, login to view] or wherever else they know thwy can get "copyright free" materials that I can use.
I would like three books or study courses or whatever you can find that I deem to be great content and appropriate to use.
Some examples could be: a book on raising self esteem in children, how to deal with an angry child, sibling rivalry, even a very famous movie would be considered? The scope is .enormous. You can find whatever you think will be great information for a parent raising children and trying to do things the right way.
You will download the books or courses and present them to me in a word file so that I can edit if necessary.
I would ask that you tell me what you have found before I OK it, just to make sure that we are on the same track and so I can be sure that you have foundn something that is indeed copyright free.
That's all. How easy is that?
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