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  • Charlie Sparrow and the Secret of Flight (New Illustrations.)

    by D. F. Anderson
    Charlie Sparrow has no idea he can fly. It's no wonder—in Tree City, none of the birds do. When Charlie seeks out the secret behind his feathers, Doctor Nightingale claims he has a dangerous childhood disease, the cure for which is feather plucking. Charlie will do anything to find out the truth, even disobey the adults who think they know what's best for him. This new edition of the entertaining and inspiring chapter book for kids ages 6-9 has over thirty wonderful illustrations by illustrat... more
  • Cascading Petals

    by Jane C Brady
    Despite the years of bullying in school, Jewel Hart has remained sweet and kind. She has it all—a great life, a great family, and beauty—but she has never been able to obtain the one thing she wants—to belong. When Jewel meets Kaiden Carter, a good-looking, charming new student at York Mills High, things start to look up. On the surface, he is perfect, but Jewel can’t shake the feeling that everything is not as it seems. When the devastation of the rising suicides in her school hits too c... more
  • Sparrow Squadron

    by DL Jung
    World War II. June 1941. Hitler's war machine turns to the Soviet Union. Escaping her hometown ahead of the Nazis, 16-year-old Aelya Makarova seizes a chance to live her dream. Obsessed with flying, she joins a women's fighter squadron to defend her homeland against the invaders. She'll go faster and higher than she's ever gone before. But the harsh reality of Air Force life shatters her expectations and forces her to grow up fast. The squadron is split by petty rivalries, male pilots trea... more
  • Idiot

    by Holly Smith
    Idiot is a powerful coming of age story about a girl who beats the odds and moves between two worlds from a drug addicted mother to a nurturing adoptive family. Idiot forces you think about the choices we're all destined to make and strikes a perfect balance between love and loss. Although Idiot was inspired by a true story, it is entirely a work of fiction. So many women could write stories of their own abuse and struggle trying to blend into young adulthood. This book transitions the reader f... more
  • From Whence We Come

    by Maurice W. Dorsey
    Seymour Rose is an African American man who is gay. He is born to a father who is Catholic and accepts his son unconditionally and a mother who is born Methodist and is homophobic---but most of all, she tells her son through out his life that she never wanted to have him. Seymour's reaction to his mother's persistent comments was to cling closer to his mother with hopes that, one day, she would tell him she loved him and wanted him. At the end of her life, his mother reveals to Seymour he... more
  • The End of Yesterday

    by Elwood Corbin
    In 1935 all Analise want was to have what all of her friends had - a husband and a respectable, predictable life as a housewife and mother. On the verge of achieving her dream with Jacob Miller, a medical student, things fall apart when he abruptly leaves for Europe. Along with celebrities liker Ernest Hemingway, Dorothy Parker, George Orwell and Picasso, he has decided to take part in the Spanish Civil war, determined to save Spain from, a fascist backed revolution. Desperate to save her enga... more
  • Love in the Countryside

    by Alan Stroe
    Ms. Sasha Comaneshteanu has selflessly decided to forego marriage, dedicating her life to raising her younger, orphaned siblings. Her resolve is tested by the return from abroad of dashing Mr. Matei Damian, her childhood sweetheart. Meanwhile, her younger brother's romantic interest in Ms. Tincutza Murguletz is threatened by his impending move abroad and competition from a coarse upstart, Tanase Scatiu.
  • Just Because We Can

    by Nicole Brooks
  • The Phantom's Apprentice

    by Heather Webb
    In this re-imagining of Phantom of the Opera, meet a Christine Daaé you’ve never seen before… Christine faces an impossible choice: be a star at the Paris opera as Papa always wanted, or follow her dream—to become a master of illusions. First, she must steal the secrets of the enigmatic master who haunts her, survive a world of treachery and murder, and embrace the uncertain promise of love. To succeed, she will risk her life in the grandest illusion of all.
  • Little Ant and the Butterfly

    by S.M.R. Saia

    Little Ant thinks that he is the best insect in the world. When he meets the slow caterpillar he is not impressed, and tells her so. But has Little Ant judged her too soon? This story is a reimagining of Aesop's classic fable, "The Ant and the Chrysalis," and teaches that appearances can be deceiving. The Little Ant books are reimaginings of Aesop’s classic fables, teaching timeless lessons like “appearances can be deceiving” and “one good turn deser... more

  • Everybody Needs A Bridge

    by Colleen D. Scott
    High school is a difficult time for every teenager. When Erin enters a large public high school in 1980, she’s more than a little intimidated. Shocked by the realization that the legacy of her southern Alabama town isn’t a thing of the past, Erin struggles to find her way and in the process forms several important relationships. Brittany, whose genuine friendship and unconditional support help Erin navigate her unfamiliar surroundings. Shelby, whose strength and confidence challenge Erin to mak... more
  • Why “Satta Matka” is popular among new age lotteries/betting?

    by Mike Langer
    As a distinct form of lottery, “Satta Matka” is hugely popular among modern generation enthusiastic about betting, online lottery etc. The history of this game can be traced to the pre-independence era of India. But the figure gambling game in its modern form emerged in Mumbai in 1960s. There are still many enthusiasts who remember fondly the era of Kalyanji Bhagat and Rattan Khatri, when famous celebrities were participating in the exciting game of Satta Matka.

    The huge popularity of... more
  • Nature Anthology

    by Reetwika Banerjee
    Nature Anthology is a paperback book (ISBN 978-93-5288-694-4), edited & compiled by veteran author S. Bandyopadhyay. Cover released on 30 Sept 2017. It brings to you wonderful writings by 34 talented authors from diverse corners of the world. The list includes as follows:- Guest Authors:- 1. Tyran Prizren Spahiu – Kosova\t 2. Selim Boumerdas – France 3. Reetwika Banerjee - India Existing Contributing Authors:- 1.\tAnwesha Ghosh 2.\tAtul Chandra Sarkar 3.\tBipul Banerjee 4.\tDr. Roop... more
  • Rooster's Leap

    by Joe Hafner
    Once a hotshot bond trader, Rooster Michaels is now broke and desperate. His hard-drinking ways have left him scrambling for cash and self-respect in small-town Tennessee. When his latest money-making scheme backfires, Rooster is presented with an unexpected opportunity to turn his life around, until the sins of his past come seeking retribution. Rooster wrestles personal demons and a cast of outrageous characters in his touching, and sometimes hilarious, search for redemption.
  • Marketing Exec's Widow (Executive Wives' Club Book 1)

    by Tina Gayle
    After losing her husband in a car wreck, Jennifer Larson is facing the biggest challenge of her life, moving into an unplanned future and dealing with the unhappy truths of her life. She is also trying to help the rest of the Executives Wives’ Club recover from the their husbands' deaths. Then Jen is tempted into the future by a sexy chiropractor, Hagan Chaney. But can she let go of the past and embrace the future given the unhappiness she had in her first marriage?
  • Visions of a Dream

    by Justine Johnston Hemmestad
    Visions of a Dream focuses on the spiritual fire that ignites Alexander the Great's actions as he learns from the other cultures he comes into contact with. His closest relationships vie for his love but they also provide the steel he needs to be sharpened spiritually and emotionally, for before he conquers the world he must first conquer his own mind. He is inclusive of all people, all cultures, and all religions and he lives that belief. Alexander's relationships with his fellow man knows no r... more