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  • Mighty Mila: An Inclusive Children's Book about an Unstoppable Deaf Girl

    by Katie Petruzziello
    Mila is determined to prove to her family that she's a BIG KID! Her plan is to do everything on her own, without asking for help - not even once! She uses her creativity, willpower, and even her new cochlear implant hearing devices, to tackle one big kid activity after another. But when faced with something new that she can't figure out on her own, will Mila finally prove just how mighty she is? Mighty Mila provides important representation for children with hearing loss, while promoting... more
  • Gizmo Welcomes a New Baby

    by Ileana Muñoz Renfroe
    Gizmo the family Shiba Inu meets up with the stork and new baby to show them the way to their new home. Along the way, they are welcomed by forest animals and some of the animals you see in the beach.
  • Tina Lost in a Crowd

    by Miriam Hurdle
    Tina invited her friend Erica to attend a popular Tchaikovsky’s Spectacular concert on a summer evening with her parents. During the intermission, her dad left the seat to buy some snacks. Tina and Erica followed him wanting to use the restroom. The shoving crowd pushed them away, and they lost sight of him. It would be impossible to fight through the 18,000 people to find him or go back to Tina’s mom. What would the girls do? This story tells about what happened to Tina and Erica after they g... more
  • The Deer Yard and Other Stories

    by Joe Mahoney
    Tom Mahoney grew up on a small family farm in Johnville, New Brunswick. Despite a lack of modern conveniences such as running water and electricity, he wouldn't have had it any other way. Tom's was a world of natural beauty; of soft and lonely quiet. Life was never dull. His active imagination was nourished by ghosts and demons, intrepid priests, drunken neighbours, redneck bullies, frightened deer, angry bears, wannabe circus dogs, and plenty of shenanigans. From these seeds great stories grew.... more
  • Maisie Mae's Christmas Cheer

    by Stephanie Jane Markham
    Join Maisie Mae and her friends from Sunnyside Street as they spread Christmas Cheer! The Christmas spirit can last all the year round. Just open your heart, cause that’s where it’s found. It’s love and some kindness and a whole lot of cheer that makes Christmas time the best time of year. Kids will love the lush illustrations in this 8x8 storybook. Part of the Sunnyside Street Series
  • Broken Together

    by Brenda S. Anderson and Sarah S. Anderson

    How do you persevere when you have no more will to fight?

    Jennifer and Chad Taylor had dreamed of opening a coffee and cocoa shop since before they said, “I do.” When Chad is sent to prison for murder despite claiming innocence, that dream—along with their family—is shattered.

    After years of fighting for Chad’s release, Jennifer finally breaks free from her shame, anger, and hopelessness, and forges ahead with the dream the two of them once s... more

  • The Change Agents: Whispers in the Wind

    by Sarah E. Lewis
    Nature cries for help as the climate changes. Will you heed its whispers in the wind? Eliza fears for her sanity when an extraordinary collection of nature’s characters invite her to join their life-or-death climate mission. Struggling internally with how she can juggle their mission with her demanding job as a local TV reporter, she accepts the challenge and begins an epic adventure. Collaborating with a flamboyant array of creatures, including her previous canine companion, Bebop, they endeavo... more
  • The Wealthiest Woman in Afghanistan

    by Sanaullah Momand
    The Wealthiest Woman in Afghanistan tells the story of a poor young Afghan girl named Hawa who became the richest woman in the country. Hawa is cancer and is going to die, but she doesn’t want her secrets to die with her, she wants to tell the world how she reached where she is. She meets the author of the book and speaks to him about her thoughts, mentality and shares with him the secrets to her success that could stretch someone’s mind and make him succeed in as worse and changing conditions a... more
  • zopiclone 7.5mg

    by elena davis
    zopiclone is a sleeping drug that can be used to alleviate severe insomnia. It helps you fall asleep faster and prevents you from waking up in the middle of the night. Zopiclone is available in tablet form. It is also available as a liquid for patients who have difficulty swallowing tablets, but this must be requested by your doctor. visit also: buy-zopiclone-online... more
  • Local Medstore

    by lisa andrew

    The most admired name in the online pharmaceutical industry is localmedstore.com. In addition, localmedstore.com is exceeding in all modes and has turn the most acknowledged and reliable online medication store. There are innumerable online pharma stores; still localmedstore.com puts its effort to come out as the biggest and the most demanded online drug store. Localmedstore.com is worldwide recognized online medication store for generic medicines. A number of medicaments are offered here at ... more

  • Hound Dog The Apostle

    by Jedediah Clyde
    Jedediah Clyde’s most offbeat work yet is a first person narrative by the chairman of an extraordinary committee who is traveling by 20-mule team to one of its regular meetings. Along his journey through lunacy he recounts his life as the sly, charismatic, and brash salesman who came to be known as Hound Dog.
  • I haven't gone but I'm willing

    by Hyacinthe

    Poems from a 15 year old writer who has been dealing with the struggles of the past few years. It is meant to present a somber interpretation of the world while also displaying a type of hopefulness throughout it all.

  • Eat The Moon: A Climatic Love Story To Save The World

    by Portia D Sykes
    Colton James Miller, a young virgin cowboy, finds it hard to ignore his anxiety about the future while his family's oil and gas business struggles. Free-spirited yet jaded, Saffron Jolie LeMay seeks inner peace from her fears in a commune, praying for guidance. Their 'opposite' worlds collide during a fateful superstorm on Navajo Lake. Facing life changes, increased chaos and the knowledge that the climate is destabilizing, they divinely envision the best way to survive and thrive. Together, the... more
  • The Dreams of Gerontius

    by Michael Easterling
    Ever since Michael brought home a cat, whom he named Gerontius, he has been having very vivid dreams, and each dream has featured a cat and each seems to be telling Michael something he needs to hear, if only he’ll listen. But Michael scoffs at the idea that a cat could have anything to do with this. That’s because, like many humans, Michael fails to realize that a man is incomplete without a cat. Yet if Michael wishes to discover his true self, he must learn from these cat-inspired dreams. ... more
  • The Dreams of Gerontius

    by Michael Easterling
    Ever since Michael brought home a cat, whom he named Gerontius, he has been having very vivid dreams, and each dream has featured a cat and each seems to be telling Michael something he needs to hear, if only he’ll listen. But Michael scoffs at the idea that a cat could have anything to do with this. That’s because, like many humans, Michael fails to realize that a man is incomplete without a cat. Yet if Michael wishes to discover his true self, he must learn from these cat-inspired dreams. ... more
  • The Barabbas Legacy

    by M.D. House
    In this poignant capstone to the trilogy, the man called Barabbas—infamous former thief, murderer and prisoner turned Christian—and his wife Chanah continue their mission of spreading the gospel across the known world as cauldrons of political and military chaos boil across the Roman Empire. Nero is increasingly erratic, and it’s only a matter of time before the sharp knives of imperial politics finish him off. Various successors vie for position. Who will strike first, and who will come out on ... more

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