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  • Edrick the Inventor: Spring Is for Gardening

    by Craig Kunce
    Meet Edrick and Rae, a boy and girl with oversized imaginations! In their second book Edrick and Rae don't know how they can plant their garden in early spring so their seeds will grow all summer long and turn into big, delicious fruits and vegetables. So they decide to build a seed planting machine. As their gardening adventure unfolds, Edrick and Rae learn that the best way to get something done is to share their ideas, keep trying and get help from others when needed.
  • A Charleston Yankee

    by Michael Mercurio
    Set in the 1960s America, this is the story of Mike Romano, a former maverick marine. Steeled by the mean streets of New York City, Mike is now a civilian pounding the pavement to sell burial insurance in a black ghetto in Charleston, South Carolina. In spite of his volatile past and coming from the lower classes, he is determined to do what is necessary to get his piece of the action in a hostile world. Identifying with the plight of his black clientele, he is eventually driven to take action, ... more
  • Edrick the Inventor: Saturday is Cleaning Day

    by Craig Kunce
    Meet Edrick, a boy with an oversized imagination! In his first book, "Saturday is Cleaning Day," Edrick can't imagine spending all of Saturday morning cleaning his messy room. So he decides to take matter into his own hands and build a cleaning machine that will do the work for him. This way he will be done in no time at all and have the entire day to play outside. But the cleaning machines don't always work the way Edrick imagines they will. And he learns that sometimes the easiest way to ge... more
  • Common Threads

    by Larry Auerbach
    The town of Pinetar, Alabama was almost ruined and burned out of existence during a protracted siege during the War Between the States. Twelve years later, it is still just barely hanging on, but good times may be coming. Pinetar has its own secrets, however. Twenty years ago a black man was murdered to hide a scandal that would have ruined a very important family. Some people in Pinetar are seeking to rebuild their fortunes, while some are seeking to return to the old lost order. All of these p... more
  • Hungry for Home (Coming Home, Book #3)

    by Brenda S. Anderson
    After a troubling encounter with a pregnant teen, Sheila Peterson-Brooks hurries from the crisis pregnancy center into the frigid Minnesota winter where she is mugged and left for dead. After a frantic search, Richard, her husband, finds her, and the police quickly nab the mugger ... A hungry, homeless teen. The brother of the pregnant girl Sheila had just counseled. The girl pleads for her brother, and Sheila and Richard choose not to press charges. Instead, they open their home to the boy, a m... more
  • Memory Box Secrets (Coming Home, Book #2)

    by Brenda S. Anderson
    Newlyweds Richard and Sheila Brooks have it all. Sheila is pregnant. Richard’s business is flourishing. Their formerly broken lives have been mended, and life couldn’t be better. Or so they thought. Just a few years ago, Richard had thrived in Manhattan’s fast-paced business world, yet that’s the very place he abandoned his faith. Now that his faith is restored, he never planned to return to that old life. But then the New York corporation that once rejected him calls, begging him to come back. ... more
  • Pieces of Granite (Coming Home, Prequel)

    by Brenda S. Anderson

    A distressing diagnosis. A retreating husband. A prodigal brother. Debbie Verhoeven is not your typical woman: She sacrificed a counseling career to be a full-time mother. She'd rather pound a nail than round steak Oprah? No way! Give her ESPN any day. Nothing could be more stressful than scrapbooking. Nothing, except a distressing diagnosis, a husband who is pulling away, and two older brothers who refuse to get along. When the counselor is caught in the middle, when she needs to be stro... more

  • Swearing Allegiance

    by Jana Petken
    From the multi award winning author of The Guardian of Secrets and The Errant Flock, Swearing Allegiance: Part 1 of The Carmody Saga, about love, war, and betrayal, set during the First World War. April 1916 An Irish Easter uprising lays waste to Dublin and fractures a British Empire struggling to supply men and arms to defeat Germany. In Dublin’s ruins, the affluent and celebrated Carmody family are not only forced to confront the rebellion’s devastating effects on their personal lives ... more
  • AN IMPORTANT DAY: A NOVEL

    by John J. Siefring
    James Delaney has just been informed he has a progressive neurological disease. He is deeply concerned about the impact on his family, especially his six year old grandson, Charles. Telling no one of the disturbing news, he heads off on a solo camping trip, hoping to face this dilemma with courage and reason. In the process, he reviews his life and relationships. He has some agonizing decisions to make. Martha, his wife, answers a knock on the door to be told James has suffered a serious accide... more
  • AN IMPORTANT DAY: A NOVEL

    by John J. Siefring

    James Delaney has just been informed he has a progressive neurological disease. He is deeply concerned about the impact on his family, especially his six year old grandson, Charles. Telling no one of the disturbing news, he heads off on a solo camping trip, hoping to face this dilemma with courage and reason. In the process, he reviews his life and relationships. He has some agonizing decisions to make.

    Martha, his wife, answers a knock on the door to be told James has suffered a seriou... more

  • Blake's Story, Revenge and Forgiveness, 2nd edition - color

    by J. Arthur Moore
    Blake’s Story, Revenge and Forgiveness (2nd edition-color) Written by J. Arthur Moore and Bryson B. Brodzinski As the story opens, friends ride up to announce that war has been declared. Micah and his friends raise two companies of infantry. The one, with Micah, goes to help a friend in Tennessee and departs for the war. The family learns of the father’s death at Shiloh and the wounding of the drummer boy, Tyler Chase, and Blake vows to go to the war and kill the Union soldier who kil... more
  • Adjusting the Rear View

    by Hilari Cohen
  • I'm Not Smelly the Pirate

    by Alexandra Browne
    Captain Bloodandguts is a wicked and mean pirate and also very vain. He doesn't go anywhere without his huge, beautiful parrot sitting on his shoulder. But the poor parrot is seasick and surrounds the captain and all nearby with the most horrible, ghastly smells causing havoc in its wake! Join the pirates in their search for Red Beard’s treasure, in a cloud of smelly pong. But who is creeping secretly behind? Read and find out!
  • Leveraging Lincoln

    by Stephenia H. McGee
    "All we have to do is kidnap their President…." Four years of war have reduced the South to near annihilation. Homes lay smoldering and men become desperate. Amid the shadows of fear, a clandestine group waits for an opportunity to change the course of history. Harlot, liar, spy… On the threshold of losing her plantation, Annabelle Ross finds a cryptic letter on a dying soldier and seizes the opportunity to get out a message of her own. She never dreamed her plan would brand her a susp... more
  • The Whistle Walk

    by Stephenia H. McGee
    A Mississippi Plantation: Civil War pits countrymen against one another and tears a nation asunder. Life and death are held in the balance where everyone is a slave to something. One is born free, yet lives as a soul in bondage... Lydia Harper never intended to purchase a slave. But when she witnesses a woman being beaten in the street, all her pretenses begin to unravel. A bride to a man she barely knows and bound by her secrets, Lydia will risk everything to save a stranger. Amid the W... more
  • The Last Great American Magic

    by LC Fiore
    Some men are born heroes. By the late eighteenth century, the lush river valley of the Ohio Country is the last stronghold of the Shawnee Indians, a deeply religious tribe whose medicine men practice the blackest and most potent magical arts. "The Last Great American Magic" reimagines the legend of Tecumseh, a physically gifted warrior, groomed from birth to one day lead, and his twin brother Rattle, a wickedly smart but lazy prophet with blossoming supernatural gifts. Growing up, the boys ar... more

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