North Carolina Author Releases New Educational Workbook: Analogy For Middle Schools

Rome, GA (PressExposure) October 29, 2012 -- North Carolina Author Releases New Educational Workbook: Analogy For Middle Schools

Author, Okyere Bonna is pleased to announce his new educational workbook, Analogy For Middle Schools.

Analogy for Middle Schools is the ultimate guide to preparing for middle & high school analogy tests. Analogy is important in ordinary language and common sense. It plays a significant role in communication. Proverbs and idioms give many examples of its application. Analogy is also important in science, philosophy and the humanities.

This book contains over 270 lessons (with over 2,500 set of words) on analogy. It is designed to help the middle and high school student study, practice and master analogy concepts. Quizzes are provided to help students assess their progress at the end of their study. It also helps students master analogy concepts and ace their analogy tests. It is the ultimate guide to prepare students for their end of grade and standardized tests. Analogy for Middle Schools comes in two sets, the Student Workbook and Teacher's (or Answer Book).

In the Workbook students are asked to study the relationship between the first set of words and pick the word that completes the second pair with this same relationship. Teacher's edition provides the answers and explanation to the questions in the Workbook. It is highly recommended that students use the Answer book as a study material and then switch to the Workbook for practice exercises.

Book Information: Anainfo@BookBuzz.netlogy For Middle Schools - Author: Okyere Bonna - Publisher: OKAB - ISBN:
978-0983833048 - Pages: 300 - Published: March 2012

About The Author:
Okyere Bonna is a naturalized citizen of the United States who was born in Ghana. He has earned a master's in business administration and a master's in science education from the Franciscan University of Steubenville in Ohio. He holds honors degree in Political Science and Religions from the University of Ghana. His time in Ghana included serving as an SRC Secretary and Executive Committee member of the National Union of Ghana Students from 1989 through 1990. Bonna has taught students in both public and private school systems in North Carolina and New York, and he has been involved with many books including Who is Barack Obama? ( Now translated into 12 international languages). Other books By Bonna include:"Barack Obama: Road to the White House," "American Presidents and the Making of the Presidency," Traditional Institutions and Public Administration in Democratic Africa, Ghana: Conversation And Development, Stopping the Carnage on African Roads: The Case of Ghana, Nigeria and South Africa and "A New Agenda for Ghana". Bonna is a resident of Charlotte, NC. He is married and has two children.

For more information, review copies, or interviews please contact the author at: Okyere Bonna E-mail: Web:

Analogy For Middle Schools is available for purchase online through the author's website, from the publisher,, and other online retailers. Bookstores should contact Ingram for wholesale orders.




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