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  • Escape from the Mad Man: For Your First Nights of Freedom

    by Valerie Elmhirst & Larry Lalonde
    A woman makes the courageous, dangerous decision to escape with her young children from domestic violence. Based on a true story, this picture book helps mothers explain their situation to their kids, with love and reassurance.
  • Ronaldo: Vixen's Flying Workshop

    by Maxine Sylvester

    He dreams of winning the North Pole sleigh race. But his teammate is sure to wreck everything!

    Santa’s top reindeer, Vixen Pederson, is hosting a teamwork workshop—and Ronaldo has his flying goggles packed and ready to go! In training for a sleigh race, the cadets must work together to win the ultimate prize—Jingle Bells! But Ronaldo’s dream turns into a nightmare when Cupid joins his side. She’s the worst flying cadet, ever! And his squabb... more

  • Ronaldo: Rudi's Birthday Extravaganza

    by Maxine Sylvester

    He wants his friend to have the best birthday party ever, but when the superstar Magician cancels, disaster is on the cards!

    Ronaldo loves magic and when his best friend announces Monty the Moose, the most spectacular magician in the world, is performing at his birthday party, he is beside himself with excitement.

    First, he must save his pocket-money for the perfect present and deliver cakes for the local baker. Only tragedy strikes when bullies ambush Ronaldo in ... more

  • Redneck Dystopia

    by David Xu
    Redneck Dystopia is a fictional tale about a brutal socialist America beginning after the 2020 election. The three equal branches are destroyed, totalitarianism sets in, and the country splits again. The Supreme Court is the weak link to enabling one-party rule after 245 years of free enterprise. Socialists run the nation with an iron grip and throw many Christians and capitalists in jail or worse. The government is supreme over the individual. Follow Sharon, Dale, and others from the mountains ... more
  • The Maple Seed Helicopter

    by Marco Collina
    This is fictional story based on true accounts. Upon the dawn of WWII, the unfortunate fate of many young children placed them in an Italian orphanage. These children found themselves in a depressed environment with lack of parental love or proper aliment or essential needs. Without the proper guidance or care, three young boys manage to escape the orphanage on their own. After a close encounter with death, they are miraculously taken in by an elderly couple who lived on a farm in the mountains ... more
  • Leaving Lonesome

    by Paula Scott
    A family torn apart by war. A love affair that reaches to the sky. And a secret with the power to redeem or destroy them… John Reno returns from Vietnam a disgraced army helicopter pilot wracked by guilt and grief. Homeless and alone he makes his way from one crop-dusting job to the next until he reaches the woman who can grant him redemption or ensure his damnation. Swampy Callohan is a young widow barely holding on to her crop-dusting company. She flies her trusty old Stearmans from dawn... more
  • You're a Worthwhile Person in More Ways Than a Million

    by Chapters Media LLC

    "Simeon Johnson's exuberant celebration of the 'invisible' people who make up our society's support system is nothing short of marvelous. He gives us a unique glimpse into the daily lives of the hardworking men and women around us - people who deserve greater recognition for their invaluable contributions." -Willie E. Gary Willie E. Gary, founder of Gary, Williams, Parenti, Finney, Lewis, McManus, Watson & Speranto, L.C., grew up in a shack he shared with his migrant... more

  • Striving After Wind Part

    by Sharon Traner
    Annie Winston and her brothers have been surrounded by wealth and prestige all their lives. But, as their mother says, “They don’t know how to dream.” When she dies, their father seizes upon an opportunity to uproot the family and moves them to farm in the Mississippi Valley near Dubuque, Iowa, a place that is unlike anything they had ever imagined.

    This family saga is written against the backdrop of the global turmoil of the last three years of the Vietnam War, 1970 to 1973, causing thi... more
  • The Risk in Crossing Borders

    At age 54, Yana Pickering is comfortably and firmly rooted in Seattle. On the other side of the world, Elias is neither comfortable nor rooted. His once-secure life as head of surgery at a major Aleppo hospital has been destroyed by the Syrian conflict. Now he’s on a desperate quest to locate his son and daughter—all that’s left of his family. The thread that draws these two together forms an engrossing story that spans Seattle, Beirut, Syria, and France. Yana finds herself on a personal journ... more
  • Age of Consent

    by Amanda Brainerd
    Three young women struggle to come of age in 1983 when their adult role models are in deep crisis. All three grapple with boys, sex, drugs and predatory older men.
  • Midnight in New California

    by Lisa Renée Julien
    Cora Broussard finds herself restless in utopian 2030’s San Francisco until a seemingly chance meeting with a sultry free spirit from the Jobber underclass leads her on a journey back to the country of her birth.
  • Peter and the Parachute

    by James Manning
    Written by international award-winning authors and consultant clinical psychologists Dr. James Manning and Dr. Nicola Ridgeway, 'Peter and the Parachute' is a book for children aged between 6 and 9 who may sometimes feel a little risk-averse. Beautifully illustrated by Irena Urosevic, Peter, a golden eagle hatchling, confronts his deepest fears and discovers who he really is through an unusual set of circumstances.
  • Wander New York

    by Reese Traves

    Come explore New York City with Fitz the Fox as he visits the Empire State Building, Grand Central Terminal, Central Park, and more NYC landmarks!

    Will he be able to see the penguin feeding? It’s so soon! Ride along with Fitz as he cleverly figures out a solution to a subway snafu, and experience the delight found at each and every turn and the fun it is to wander, wonder and learn!

    This whimsical story of New York City is told in rhyming verse to entertain even the smallest... more

  • Upside-Down Independence Day (First Softcover)

    by Gregg SAPP
    Neighboring small towns, Coon Creek and Golden Springs, Ohio, enter their own little war, and may never be the same after the coming Fourth of July celebration. Coon Creek, a conservative, industrial, blue-collar town, has seen better days. Golden Springs is home to Antaeus College, a private institution with a tradition of liberal politics. No love lost between those two. Mazie Tuttle, a professional dog walker, knows both towns well. Born and raised in Coon Creek, she enrolls in th... more
  • The Story Of Babushka

    by Catherine Flores
    Babushka wants to find out the meaning of life so she sends her bodies out of the forest and into the world to search for answers. But there is a hurdle to overcome before all of the bodies can reunite and return to the forest.
  • Uri Full of Light

    by Holly Sortland
    Eighteen-year-old Hannah Hagen, an outgoing and rebellious gentile girl growing up in the shadow of her father's terminal illness, meets 17-year-old Uri Geller, a Modern Orthodox Jewish boy, in unlikely circumstances in the late 1990s. Their meeting brings about Hannah's spiritual and religious transformation, and life in a community that gives her connection and meaning. Spanning three decades and two continents, Uri Full of Light is a story of conversion, redemption, and two inseparable ... more