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  • William, The What-If Wonder, On His First Day of School

    by Carol Wulff, LSW

    It's the first day of school and William is sure it will be a disaster.  What if the bus passes by his street?  What if he can't find his desk?  What if he gets lost?  These pestering what-if thoughts make him feel nervous and scared.  But wait!  What if the day turns out to be amazing?  Discover what William learns that turns his day around.

    Brimming with color illustrations and rhyming text, this story will help children recognize the di... more

  • De Anima(l)

    by Joe Costanzo

    When Jumpin’ Jack, the jackrabbit mascot at Gennesaret Christian College goes missing and a note bearing an enigmatic “(L)” is left at his cage, suspicions immediately focus on the philosophy class of Professor Edward Stathakis. Citing Aristotle’s treatise De Anima (On the Soul) during one of his lectures, the professor had tacked an (L) onto the end of the word anima to stimulate a Socratic dialogue among his students on the question of whether animals have souls. But... more

  • Me, Mummy & Mum

    by Gemma Denham
    ‘Me, Mummy & Mum’ is an LGBT/alternative family story about Jeremy and his two mums. The book doesn’t ‘teach’ the reader about alternative families. It simply includes them like any other story book about a mummy and daddy would. One of the nice things about children’s books is that they build self-confidence by normalising children's experiences. Everyone should have a chance to see their family represented in the books they read, however many mums or dads they have. All families should be cele... more
  • Me, Daddy & Dad

    by Gemma Denham
    ‘Me, Daddy & Dad’ is an LGBT/alternative family story about Emily and her two dads. The book doesn’t ‘teach’ the reader about alternative families. It simply includes them like any other story book about a mummy and daddy would. One of the nice things about children’s books is that they build self-confidence by normalizing children's experiences. Everyone should have a chance to see their family represented in the books they read, however many mums or dads they have. All families should be celeb... more
  • It must be whine O'clock

    by Gemma Denham
    The book of hilarious rhymes and illustrations capturing the very joy (ahem) of parenthood. A must read for anyone about to embark on the journey, as well as all the fully fledged parents out there! You will laugh, you may cry, but I can guarantee you will recognise yourself in there!
  • The Unnamed Girl

    by Mike H. Mizrahi

     

    "Find me and I will ease your burden."

    Confederate Private Jonathan Woodard is drawn to the voice. To the little girl's image lying between two dead soldiers on the battlefield, one surely her father.

    A search for the unnamed girl leads Woody to Southern Ohio. To an Underground Railroad conductor who might hold the key to the girl's location. To the widow Rebecca Johnston. To a love he thought he'd never find. Love binds them together. But an unf... more

  • A Woman's Prerogative

    by Steven C Brandt
    A Woman's Prerogative, Steven C. Brandt’s new novel, provides an engaging, current-day story of the head vs heart challenge people face as the number of single, career women and men increase. In Prerogative, wealthy Greta Sadler, 32, returns home to Reno after 10 adventurous years on the east coast and, against her iconic father’s wishes, discovers love with Alex Mackenzie, 34, an ambitious, hi-tech geologist and professor at the University of Nevada-Reno. Greta and Alex each feel a need to prov... more
  • Little Green Monster: Cancer Magic!

    by Sharon Chappell

    What happens when someone you love is diagnosed with cancer? In this inspiring story written by a breast cancer survivor, The Little Green Monster helps Marie and her family survive and thrive through her mother's treatment. The book includes cancer and feelings vocabulary, as well as family cancer resources and activities. The book explores the questions like: what can you expect while the loved one goes through treatment? While science does its work, what can love and everyday magic do ... more

  • Elves Up North - A Family for Castor

    by Lori Walters
    The "Elves Up North - A Family for Castor" - NEW PICTURE VERSION - where the readers are part of the story! Come meet a magical wizard named"The Maestro" and help save Christmas this season for Santa Claus: - Soar through the clouds - Bounce along with your new friend, Misty the mouse - Meet the "Elves of Table 12" - Discover why Castor the Elf is feeling down this year - Search for all the "blue" presents he has wrapped to save Christmas - Help him find a family and learn that som... more
  • The Adventures of Little Miss Crazy Hair - The Girl with Curl

    by Chris Garcia-Halenar

    The Adventures of Little Miss Crazy Hair – The Girl with Curl was inspired by our beautiful niece Vivian – our very own Little Miss Crazy Hair.  The book chronicles a week in the life of Little Miss Crazy Hair who along with her best friend, her dog Duke, escape on wild and wonderful daily adventures resulting from the decision of how she will wear her wonderful, curly hair. She serves tea as a Princess.  She refines her poise and grace as a Pr... more

  • tour packages

    by jesly jose
    All of us are really exited to hear the word tour. Obviously , going out for a tour is a pleasant experience for all the people regardless of age . All of us wises to spend some quality time with our friends and relatives. Touring also have many advantages. It helps in filling our mind with happy and pleasant feelings. Touring to new places helps in understanding about the trends and cultures of the region. Touring with friends and relatives can be thought as a wonderful medicine to get recover... more
  • All the Colors

    by Kay Hartford
    Everything in Claire Chandler’s life has changed except her hairdo. She lost her brilliant husband to opioids and her fulfilling career to office politics. She’s starting over in a senior mobile home park in the Sun Belt. But what comes after The End?
  • The Enchanted Sonata

    by Heather Dixon Wallwork

    "The Enchanted Sonata," a retelling of The Nutcracker Ballet with a dash of The Pied Piper, will captivate readers of all ages.

    Clara Stahlbaum has her future perfectly planned: marry the handsome pianist, Johann Kahler (ah!), and settle down to a life full of music. But all that changes on Christmas Eve, when Clara receives a mysterious and magical nutcracker.Whisked away to his world--an enchanted empire of beautiful palaces, fickle fairies, enormous rats, and a prince--Clar... more

  • Downfall

    by Dr. Mohsen El-Guindy
    Downfall is multinational because its setting is the world. Downfall is not just another fictitious ordinary novel, it is mostly a virtual reality novel based on documented political events that happened in our time. The book is highly romantic, political, social, and religious. Downfall is a scream rebelling against injustice. The torn Middle East shouts for peace. Downfall deals with the arrogance of power now trying to control the world without resorting to international legitimateness. Downf... more
  • Spanish Tale

    by Dr. Mohsen El-Guindy
    The novel, "Spanish Tale" talks about the scientific achievements of the Muslims in Spain thus paving the way to the age of the Renaissance. This tremendous historical achievement was narrated through a strong drama carrying within hatred and ardent love between a strong Arabian king ruling over most of the Spanish provinces and a Spanish queen ruling over a small dominion.
  • The Wanted Lawman: (Western Reader's Edition)

    by A.C. Smith
    Deputy Jesse Morgan has a dark past and will do almost anything to keep his secrets safe—especially from his fellow lawmen. After all, he’s a wanted man. But when he's tasked with helping the sheriff's sister in law, Cecilia Drake, move to town, the simple task becomes more than he bargained for. The feisty reporter captivates his attention but leaves him feeling betrayed when he discovers his picture published in the local paper—with his name. Jesse fears it will bring the wrath of the law, ... more

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