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  • The Little Ghost Who Didn't Want to Be Mean: A Picture Book Not Just for Halloween

    by Isla Wynter
    Layla is a ghost and ghosts are supposed to be scary and mean. They’re not supposed to help others. Everyone knows that. But when a homeless cat arrives at Layla’s castle, the ghost will have to decide whether she’s going to be mean or help a cat in need. A children's book about a little ghost trying to figure out what’s right. This illustrated picture book makes an adorable bedtime story and can be enjoyed all year round (and especially at Halloween).
  • Impact

    by Peg Tittle
    Impact presents an extended confrontation between a sexual assault victim and her assailants, as part of an imagined slightly revised court process, in order to understand why they did what they did and, on that basis, to make a recommendation to the court regarding sentence. It does not go … as expected.
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  • The ReGender App

    by Jass Richards
    What if there was an app that could cloak you in a cross-gendered hologram? And it had a voice modulation module? Women could present as men and get better-paying jobs. Men could present as women and get groped in the subway. Cool.
  • Atlas

    by Jack Dorian
    When his father commits suicide, Ian Blair is hurled into a numbness, forced to confront a feeling he can’t describe. Dr. Ellis, his college professor and mentor, attempts to help him process his struggles with personal therapy, but after a year without progress, Ellis sends Ian out into the world on his own with a mission to find his purpose. Moved by an idea, Ian reconnects with his best friend, Conor, and forms Atlas, a research start up with a lofty goal—to solve the world’s greatest problem... more
  • A Twist of Magic

    by Allison Ward
    In A Twist of Magic, the first in the World Explorers series, Anna’s world transforms. An unknown place. A mysterious food. An unfamiliar language. Will Anna and her sidekick, Bear, accept the kindness of a new friend and have the courage to discover where this adventure may lead? This read-aloud for children ages 2-8 years old is ideal for anything from the classroom to a bedtime story. With the transformative power to take us outside of our comfort zone, readers join the magical journe... more
  • Grateful Jake

    by Chris Hardy
    After being lost and scared out on the streets, Jake finds love and happiness in a new loving home. His experience made him more grateful for many different things every day and it has made him a happier dog. This is his little book of big gratitude.
  • Jake's Dreamland: Jake and the Purple Unicorn

    by Chris Hardy

    What happens when Jake falls asleep? The dreaming starts and his adventure begins! This particular night he meets a beautiful purple unicorn and she takes him on the ride of his life. Hop on for a crazy adventure filled with so many different animals you'll lose count. This is the first book in the "Jake's Dreamland" series which contains books that are purely ridiculous and insanely fun to read for all ages! It is the perfect bedtime story which starts... more

  • One Search for All

    by Derrick McBride
    ONE SEARCH FOR ALL is a true story of a retired Navy veteran in his quest to find a lost woman, and reclaim her determined search for Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of happiness. Miss Willie Swanson Edwards played a heartwarming role in the life of Jack McBride, but when she went missing one frigid February morning, the lives of everyone she touched would forever be changed. Past friendships would be called upon and new relationships would be discovered. As the search for her turned from ... more
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    by Immigration Solicitors

    Although many changes have been made to the immigration rules, it is sometimes called a complete code. However, in the vast field of UK immigration we often encounter cases in which the rules don't provide a solution. If the circumstances justify granting limited leave to remain in such instances, the Secretary may grant a discretionary leave. You should consult our specialist immigration solicitor if you feel that you should or should have been granted leave beyond the rules. Based on th... more

  • The Butcherbird Tree

    by Steven Richard Harris
    Set in 1994, The Butcherbird Tree tells the story of Simon Webb, an eighteen year-old fighting an internal battle of guilt and self-harm, and his conversations with his psychologist. Secret desires, self-effacing feelings, personal and professional doubts and gruesome nightmares all reveal themselves in the emotional meetings between client and therapist, until the true meaning of Simon´s dreams become astonishingly clear.
  • Servicenow Asset management Training

    by Harini Gupta

    Servicenow Asset Management Training incorporates key achievements: arranging a structure, characterizing arrangements, distinguishing the data required and how that data can be acquired, what the product resource procedures ought to resemble, and how innovation can bolster these things. Best SAM programs include an assortment of individuals and offices, including IT, account, buying, administrations, and end clients. Contributing time and cautious thought to work out the SAM practice deliver... more

  • The Last Golden Light

    by Bryan (B.L.) Smith
    Samara’s life on Kriti seemed destined to be the tedious life of a palace administrator, so when a volcano erupts and throws everything into chaos, she can’t help but feel a little excited. All of a sudden, her dreams have come true – there’s finally some action on her island that previously followed the same safe traditions year after year, generation after generation. But Samara’s excitement doesn’t last long; as a cloud of ash plunges the island into darkness and fires being to rage in the ea... more
  • Why Do You Cry, Sad Ghost?

    by Celia Jones

    A Halloween picture book for art lovers. In clever rhyme, Sad Ghost visits the rooms of his home, always with a tear in his eye. Hauntingly drawn, Why Do You Cry, Sad Ghost? displays Celia Jones' gift for whimsy and detail.

    Inspired by the author-illustrator’s love for all things Halloween – and by a treasured family Halloween figurine – this artfully drawn picture book is full of details to delight children and the adults who read with them.

    With a mouse hid... more

  • 2028: Trump at Guantanamo

    by N. L. Brisson
    This book is the second in a series of books intended to project into the future and show what it might have been like if Trump won in 2020 or if he wins in 2024. In 2028: The Rebellion, Trump has driven America too far from the founder's vision and citizens rebel. In 2028: Trump at Guantanamo, the Trump family arrives at Guantanamo Bay to be imprisoned in a special compound and stuff ensues. This is intended as social commentary. Since it takes place in the future who is to say that this Trump ... more