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  • That Would Be Telling

    by Daniel Rossi Vargas
    On the way home to Portugal, Daniel Vargas drops in to see his adopted French cousin Mireille. Her latest plan: Together they’ll figure out sex, as they did tennis. Yikes! He sucks at tennis. "That Would Be Telling is a coming of age story of friendship, love, and d"esire, but also of family loss, grief, anger, and forgiveness. As Daniel struggles, war erupts and threatens to sink him. It’s July 1960, and Portugal lurches toward a bloody independence war in Angola. Daniel is nearly eightee... more
  • Of Such Is the Kingdom (Revised and Upd)

    by James Becher

    Step back to Ancient palestine, and ask: What could a cynical, non-conformist dry-goods salesman, a disgruntled blacksmith, and a musing mendicant all have in common? The answer: Down deep, they all seek something better.
            The non-conformist, Manaheem, Herod's truth-seeking foster brother, is hired by Herod to foment an insurrection against Pontius Pilate, whom he distrusts. Manaheem recruits the blacksmith, Barabbas, to be the insurrection leader, to the d... more


    By somehow, vehicle is the logo for excess and besides the last articulation of luxury shows which vehicle is asserted by us . The life of individuals is somehow connected with vehicles. In early morning people expected to go to livelihoods required vehicles ,it is ludicrous to going for the movement with no kind of vehicles . If any sincere restorative center cases happened there shows the centrality of vehicles .The highest point of the line premium hatchback assortment in suzuki cars is ... more
  • Trevor's Trucks

    by Indigo Love
    For his sixth birthday, Trevor's mother surprises him with a new set of toy trucks. Once Trevor opens the box, he immediately selects the little yellow dump truck as his favorite!
  • The Monster in the White House

    by Matt Gilhooly
    This book follows the silly and crazy things done by the Monster in the White House. He just won a major prize and now he gets to do whatever he wants. So he thinks. Laugh along with this humorous look at some real-life events.
  • Why Christmas Is Cancelled: Santa Spells It Out

    by Ron Roecker
    Santa has HAD it! For generations, he's received letters from children all over the world telling him their greatest wishes for Christmas. With every new tech gadget, gizmo and goody, Santa would receive fewer and fewer letters. Now, his worst fears have come true: not one, single letter from anyone all year long. Without any letters, Elves have nothing to build and reindeer have nothing to haul, so Santa decides it's time to give the world a much-needed reality check about the role technology p... more
  • WHY BALL WOULDN'T BOUNCE (Six of One, Half a Dozen of the Other)

    by Ron Roecker
    This is a story about Ball who desperately wants to fit in with the popular balls but feels totally alone because he doesn’t bounce like the rest of them. It doesn’t matter how hard he tries to change; he still gets laughed at or ignored. Deflated, Ball rolls far away to hide his bounce and his tears. Eventually he meets the unlikeliest of new best friends who gives him a birds-eye view of what it really means to be unique. Because of their differences, the two friends learn valuable lessons ab... more
  • Why Men Are Suspicious of Yoga

    by Robert Isenberg

    A romp through modern life that will bring a smile to every reader.  As "robear" sees it, "Political books will make you sad. My book will make you glad."  Enjoy this feast of funny stories.  Your outlook will never be the same.

  • The Adventures of LadyCakes

    by Bess 'LadyCakes' Charles
    The main character, Rosie, is a young girl who develops her passion for baking all while showing her compassion for others. Through failures, she overcomes and succeeds in sharing her creation with others. The Adventures of LadyCakes teaches children positive social skills and creates social awareness of the everyday problems that the 21st Century child faces. The Adventures of LadyCakes is sure to teach and motivate young readers how to think of situations and obstacles differently and find so... more
  • Celestina the Astronaut Ballerina

    by Donald Jacobsen
    Celestina is a brilliant little girl with a big dream - to be the first girl to walk on the moon. But, she bullied by classmates and teased by adults, and starts to lose hope. Miss Stella - a new teacher - arrives in the story and inspires Celestina to be anything she wants to be. In the end, Celestina surpasses her goal of walking on the moon and ends up being the first person to walk on Mars. The story closes with an image of Celestina dancing on the red planet. This story teaches children (a... more
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    by American Cleaning & Restoration
    Dealing with water damage? Call American Cleaning & Restoration today to find out how we can help you with water damage restoration in Tulsa. We offer a 24-hour emergency response, 7 days a week!
  • Malicious Mates

    by Raz Andrews
    After a breakup from hell, Jackson Young's demons are taking him out to party in this darkly satirical novel from down under. Six years ago, Jackson traded nights-out with his mates for nights-in with his girlfriend. And never looked back. With a job selling life insurance to the elite, and a girlfriend to go home to, Jackson has everything a man of these times could hope for. Until one dark and stormy Friday night in Melbourne, Australia, he doesn’t. Thrown back into a vicious city, he's f... more
  • The Shadows Come

    by Melinda Viergever Inman
    Germany threatens all of Europe. Millions have died. President Woodrow Wilson makes the declaration that the United States must enter the Great War to rescue our allies. Congress approves. Our story begins.  In America’s heartland, everyone hunkers down to provide food for the world and resources for the war effort. A draft is necessary, and all young men must register. One by one, these are called to war. With this threat looming, Prentis and Avery raise the necessary horsepower, cultivate t... more
  • Our Friendship Matters

    by Kimberley B. Jones
    Leah and Sasha are 17-year-old friends who had been close to one another since elementary school, but as the summer approaches they find their friendship tested in ways that they had never anticipated. Following graduation, Sasha’s privileged life and perception of the world around her is suddenly altered when an old childhood friend persuades her to join in a campaign against an injustice, when his best friend is killed by a cop. But joining the protest has unforeseen consequences for Sasha, ... more
  • A Leg in Oklahoma City

    by Greg Hoetker
    "No one can say this story is not true." So begins this debut novel, a work that took more than 20 years to conceive, research, and write. A story of passion, pain, and memory, this work also attempts to solve a loose-threaded mystery trailing like a fuse behind one of the greatest domestic acts of terrorism in American history-- the epicenter of which was, and still is, the heartland of Oklahoma City. Compact, multifaceted, and historically adept, A Leg in Oklahoma City will keep you wond... more