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  • The Fourth Adventures of Thelma Thistle and Her Friends - The Birthday Book

    by Joyce Crawford
    Thelma and her friends watch wide-eyed as the Molly, the little girl next door has a birthday party. Thelma wants a birthday party, but Mother said thistles do not have birthday parties, only people have birthday parties. Thelma is heartbroken. Thelma’s friends, who love her very much, decide they will give Thelma a birthday party. But what does a Bunny, a beetle, a crow, a mouse and a raccoon know about putting on a birthday party. Read how the friends evaluate the challenge, organize and ... more
  • The Third Adventures of Thelma Thistle and Her Friends

    by Joyce Crawford
    Thelma has a very hard job to do. She must admit to Cory Crow that she was unkind to him and apologize. She is happy when Cory accepts her apology. Cory says with pride, “So now we are five. Five best friends.” Thelma and her friends, Beetle, Bunny, Cory Crow and Adam Mouse meet Rudy Raccoon. The event leading up to the meeting is not happy. Bunny is very upset. During the night, someone threw litter in front of her burrow. Adam said he saw who did it. He does not want to tattle on a f... more
  • Ajo Oria

    by Okechukwu Onianwa
    It begins with a fever, at least that’s what most of the eight billion think – one moment everything is fine and dandy, the next, it’s a hundred and four degrees and spiking. No warning, just blazing heat and trembling with the intense desire to rid oneself of clothing and soak in icy water. Yes, the fever is the devil, but it is not the beginning. It is day two! There’s more, so much more. But these naked bipedals aka the ‘descendants of Adam’ are yet to fully comprehend the Art of Infection.
  • The Art of Deception

    by CB Jackson
    It is a love story as ancient as time itself. The action centers around the fall of the Christian influence in the Holy Land in 1287. Templar Knight Etienne desBarres meets and falls in love with his uncles pregnant wife in the city of Acre in the Holy Land. The story continues with the Fall of Tripoli which precipitated the fall of Acre.
  • A Letter To My Mathematics Teacher

    by Okechukwu Onianwa
    SET IN LAGOS, A Letter To My Mathematics Teacher is a story of corruption and indiscipline amongst teachers of a local secondary school. When boundaries are crossed and tensions boil over, the ex-students stage a protest which leads to the temporary closure of the school. Mr Adedoyin, the new principal decides to investigate. His attention is drawn to a suggestion box mounted on the wall outside his office. What he uncovers is shocking. He calls for an emergency meeting.
  • Final Transgression

    by Harriet Welty Rochefort
    Two sisters, two lives. In Final Transgression, 85-year-old Caroline Aubry tells the tale of the tragic wartime destiny of her beloved younger sister, Severine. From their humble beginnings in a hamlet in the southwest of France to a castle where Severine becomes the protegée of the beautiful countess who employs their parents, their trajectories differ. After the family moves to Paris, the pragmatic Caroline becomes a successful designer and the high-spirited Severine marries a rich jeweler.... more
  • Seven Circles of Light: How They Were Born and What They Became

    by Maryann Lucas
    Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue, Indigo and Violet aren’t just the colors of the rainbow anymore! In this imaginative, read-aloud book, they are the colorful protagonists who live quite contentedly in a state of pure bliss—that is, until they get zapped by a desire for more. With a giant leap of faith, the newly energized orbs follow their calling, and launch themselves into the great adventure of becoming real. Join them as they awaken to a whole new world. Read along as they discover clues... more
  • The Wisdom of the Flock

    by Steve Gnatz
    1776: Benjamin Franklin travels to Paris, a copy of the Declaration of Independence secured in his trunk. His charge: gain the support of France for the unfolding American revolution. Yet Paris is a city of distractions. Ben’s lover, Marianne Davies, will soon arrive and he yearns to rekindle his relationship with the beautiful musician. But Dr. Franz Mesmer has plans for Marianne too. He has taken Parisian society by storm with his discovery of magnétisme animale, a mysterious force cla... more
  • Farewell, Everything

    by Véva Perala
    In a world waking from a dark age, a young musician finds himself thousands of miles from home, covered in bruises, and falling in love. And it’s only downhill from there. Chronically clueless and incurably naïve, runaway street performer Osha Oloreben has known his share of hard knocks – but none like those he’s dealt in the city of Valena. Dragged into war and battered by disease, Osha unwittingly trades his life for a fever dream of half-truths and hidden realms. Helped and hindered b... more
  • Sister Goat

    by Antonina Novarese
    This is a new adaptation of an Eastern European folktale for children aged 3-6. Two siblings are lost in an enchanted forest. Evil magic holds young Olena at the bottom of the lake, and her younger sister is turned into a goat by a cunning witch. When an even greater danger threatens her sister, Olena finds the strength to defeat the spell.
  • The Calling

    by Ron Terranella
    Paulie grew up on the Lower East Side of New York. His family was troubled. It was 1943 and the world was at wa. r. None of these realities could crush the ten-year-old’s spirit until he was molested by a stranger. The devastation carried through into his young manhood when he felt called by God to become a Jesuit. This novel juxtaposes the sacred and the profane in complex ways.
  • The Calling

    by Ron Terranella
    Paulie grew up on the Lower East Side of New York. His family was troubled. It was 1943 and the world was at war. None of these realities could crush the ten-year-old’s spirit until he was molested by a stranger. The devastation carried through into his young manhood when he felt called by God to become a Jesuit. This novel juxtaposes the sacred and the profane in complex ways.
  • McKinney Fence Company

    by Madison Cawthorn
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  • He Lands In Palm Springs

    by John F Shekleton

    Father Joe Tierney was pastor of a large urban Catholic parish in the Midwest when he learned he was HIV+. The story of his diagnosis and its results is told in Father Tierney Stumbles.

    Now Joe desperately wants to reconnect with his ex, Kenny, who currently lives in San Diego.

    Joe's friend, Edward Brockton, finds Joe a job at a gay guest house in Palm Springs. On his first day in Palm Springs, Joe meets a young man of the streets, Oscar. Then Edwa... more

  • Bot Diaries

    by Dennis Patrick Treece
    he Shonakians are a simple, placid race of people but so different from us that a great deal of background is provided in the first book, The Crown of Happenstance. The book introduces the three main protagonists in the book; Bon of Shonak, Itself the over spirit of the "Six Earths", and Atsa, a proto-Hopi and all around honest, caring, spiritual human, with profound interests. This is where you learn about Shonak, and its people, about their phase altering technology, about their thirst for int... more

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