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  • The Travellers' Guide to Hell

    by Michael Pauls
    This year, go where the rich and famous are going... Wrapped in the improbable guise of a parody guidebook, The Travellers’ Guide to Hell takes you to places you never dreamed you would see, and fairly rubs your nose in them. You’ll feel the heat and savour the sulfur as you’re dragged through the twisted hallucinations of cultures ranging from the Mesopotamians to the Alabamians. The Guide to Hell is profusely illustrated and packed with practical info: how to get there, what to pack, tips on... more
  • My Daughter He: Transitioning With Our Transgender Children

    by Candace Waldron

    My Daughter He: Transitioning With Our Transgender Children is both a story and a resource. Written by a mother reflecting on her own difficult journey to accept that her beloved daughter longed to be a boy, My Daughter He explores the labyrinthine path many parents travel: supporting their child’s authentic self-expression while experiencing deep-seated emotions of their own. Topics include:

    • Finding the right team of professionals to guide your decisions
    • Reversible and irr... more
  • Mountain Garden

    by Will Ottley

    This uplifting book of love, personal power and intuition is part fairy tale, part self-actualisation. Buckan, a brave young stag, embarks on a journey to find a mythical garden in order to gain the strength to save his fellow deer from the attacking wolves. The journey tests his faith and courage, and forces him to overcome his deepest fears. A tale of trust and bravery of heart, this compelling and poetic fable shows the importance of intuition and love.

  • UNTOLD: The New Orleans 9th Ward You Never Knew

    by Lynette Norris Wilkinson
    One of the few books that tells the real story of Hurricane Katrina survivors from the devastated Lower 9th Ward of New Orleans, UNTOLD: The New Orleans 9th Ward You Never Knew,. Read 16 riveting accounts of survival, hope and faith from survivors ages 8 to 80, written by an author who grew up in the community. Discover the little-known history of the area and the back story on life in this close-knit community just 10 minutes from the famous French Quarter. Excellent supplemental book for schoo... more
  • The Mother of All Meltdowns

    by Crystal Ponti
    Every mother, at some point, inevitably becomes her own worst enemy. In a millisecond, her halo crumbles and she has a moment so crazed it is forever known as the one—The Mother of All Meltdowns. Some of today’s hottest bloggers bare all (well, not quite like that) in this eye-opening, mind-blowing anthology. Be prepared to laugh, cry, and have your mouth fall open in disbelief. At times, they are so far from angelic, they make Attila the Hun look like Mother Teresa. So pour yourself a glass... more
  • The Grand Junction

    by Joe Costanzo
    After sailing back and forth between Italy and America, an unscrupulous "bird of passage" named Tommaso Caruso - or Thomas, as he prefers to be called - disappears Someplace Out West as World War II erupts in Europe. After the war ends and there's still no sign of him, his wife ships their son Tommy off to the New World to track him down. For Tommy, what begins as a simple mission evolves into a wild journey of discovery as he and mid-20th Century America collide in The Grand Junction.
  • Coming to Rosemont

    by Barbara Hinske
    Forensic accountant Maggie Martin’s well-ordered life is shattered by her husband’s untimely death and the double life he concealed. Dealing with the financial and emotional wreckage left in Paul’s wake, she is stunned to learn he inherited an estate known as Rosemont in the seemingly-serene Midwestern town of Westbury. Seeking a fresh start and a quiet, solitary life, she moves halfway across the country to make Rosemont her home. Before she can unpack her first box, she’s knee-deep in a bat... more
  • Anne Frank: Silent Witnesses Reminders of a Jewish Girl's Life

    by Ronald Wilfred Jansen
    Ronald Wilfred Jansen visited Anne Frank’s home addresses in Frankfurt am Main, Aachen and Amsterdam; her hiding place the Secret Annex; and the Westerbork, Auschwitz-Birkenau and Bergen-Belsen concentration camps where Anne Frank was imprisoned. His book describes her history and the objects that today still remind us of the environment in which she lived. His motivation for writing this book is that it was one of the last opportunities he would have to contact the people who knew Anne; these p... more
  • The Junior Arsonists Club

    by Craig Tollifson
    Marilyn and Brad have the perfect suburban life, until their newly adopted twelve-year-old daughter Zhanna arrives with one thing on her mind: to burn the family couch. Brad’s out of town and Marilyn is left alone to save her sanity and her suede from a inscrutable pyromaniacal tween in this tragicomic novella.
  • Tales from the Palace of the Fairy King

    by Daniel Z. Lieberman
    Tales from the Palace of the Fairy King is a book of new fairy tales from a time long ago, told in classic style. In seven interwoven stories princes do battle for honor and for love, princesses seek their destinies, and farmers' sons discover the world in an age of fairies and imps and real magic.
  • The Vineyard We Knew—A Recollection of Summers on Martha's Vineyard

    by Kevin Parham
    The Vineyard We Knew is a personal account of the summers Kevin spent on Martha’s Vineyard with his siblings and cousins when they were young and under the care of their strict grandmother, Carrie White. The story takes place in the 1960’s—under very humble circumstances—at a time when America’s social and political landscapes were evolving. These vignettes, though very personal, are also universal. They open up to a reader a world that many of them will not know, but one they will still recogni... more
  • Rally Caps, Rain Delays and Racing Sausages

    by Eric S. Kabakoff
    A fervent baseball fan since the age of ten, Eric Kabakoff visited the home park of every major league baseball team to see up close how each team tries to stir up the passions of its fans. In the years between his first-ever ballgame in Philadelphia and the last of his quest in Tampa, he had seen baseball in four different decades: from the 26-team 1980’s to the current 30 teams of the 2010’s. He did the Tomahawk Chop in Atlanta, cursed out the Rally Monkey in Anaheim, and gave the controversia... more
  • Protection

    by Linda Rettstatt
    Jake Garber is a new man after being placed in the witness protection program pending a Federal child-trafficking case in which he’s a witness. Shannon Chase is the identity stolen by a young woman escaping her past to protect her child. A foggy night, a hairpin turn, and a car crash throw Jake and Shannon into one another’s lives where each struggles to protect a secret.
  • What Hides in the Darkness (The Light Trilogy)

    by K. L. Cottrell

    Marienne and Gabe are two strangers living the same unusual life.

    She's new to it; it's all he's known for years. She's adrift; he's stable.

    Their meeting will change them both.

    But something dangerous lurks around the corner. The scale balancing good and evil is about to tip toward darkness. And Marienne, Gabe, and everyone they know, ordinary or not, will be swept up in the fight to right it.

  • A Balm in Gilead: A Novel

    by Marie Green-McKeon
    Ten years after surviving an assault on a college campus, a woman is stunned to hear of a murder case with markings chillingly similar to her attack. This is the story of how a rape victim reluctantly heads down the path she most fears in the hope that she can find some measure of justice and, most of all, heal herself.
  • A Little Wicked

    by Janet R. Macreery
    In A Little Wicked, after her Scottish village is attacked, 12-year-old Dory must flee her home without her family. Once the granddaughter of the chief, now branded a fugitive, Dory begins a dangerous journey trekking through the Scottish wilderness and crossing the Atlantic in disguise in order to reach the distant and unfamiliar Massachusetts Bay Colony in the New World. There she must survive a crisis that is quite different from the one in Scotland but no less fatal. The year is 1692 and ... more

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