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  • It Happened in Boston? by Russell H. Greenan

    by Robert Fass
    Originally published in 1968 to critical acclaim, Russell H. Greenan’s brilliant, audacious mystery novel 'It Happened in Boston?' quickly became an underground sensation and has emerged over forty years later as a genuine cult classic. In this breathtakingly imaginative book—now appearing in audio for the first time—we enter the mind of an unnamed artist of prodigious talent and intelligence who is determined to correct the world’s wrongs via a direct confrontation with the Almighty, no matter ... more
  • The Time Hunters (The Time Hunters Saga Book 1)

    by Carl Ashmore
    Becky is a typical thirteen year old girl. She likes Facebook, gossiping and plenty of sleep. So when she and her brother, Joe, are invited to stay with their 'loony' Uncle Percy at his stately home, she thinks it’ll be the worst summer ever. What she doesn't realise is that Bowen Hall is also home to a baby Triceratops, two Sabre-tooth tigers and the mythic hero, Will Scarlet... 'The Time Hunters' is a thrilling adventure that takes Becky, Joe, Uncle Percy and Will on a quest through time t... more
  • Cracked! A Magic iPhone Story

    by Janine A. Southard
    What can your phone do for you? This is the story of a girl and her iPhone. No, that’s not quite right. This is the story of a middle-aged statistician and her best friend. Though she didn’t consider herself middle-aged. And the best friend was more of a roommate-with-whom-she’d-developed-a-friendship. And this description completely ignores the 6,000-year-old elf with whom the woman and her best friend enjoyed story gaming. So let’s try this again. This is the story of a woman who wish... more
  • Water Lessons

    by Chadwick Wall
    Ignoring his father’s warning, Jim Scoresby rides out Hurricane Katrina in his grandfather’s house in New Orleans. Soon rising waters strand Jim and his aging friend, Freddy Beasley. As they wait for rescue, Jim wishes his own father would believe in him the way Freddy does. A fierce argument followed by a gut-wrenching discovery send Jim north to rebuild his life and to prove his father wrong. From New Hampshire, to Boston’s historic neighborhoods, to Maine and Cape Cod, Jim throws himself into... more
  • Errand Runner

    by Steven Berg
    It is 1972 when Step Bronstad, a twenty-one-year-old from a Pacific Northwest logging town, finds himself in the throes of a country at war with North Vietnam. After he makes the decision to enlist in the Marines, Step has no idea his life is about to take a different and sudden turn. When Step is suddenly pulled out of a military health examination and into a meeting in a stark back room, he is confronted by two CIA officers who seem to know entirely too much about his criminal past. Leaving St... more
  • My Dearest One

    by Monisha Vasa, M.D.
    My Dearest One is a non-fiction children’s book that is a timeless book for children of all ages. This book is based on a conversation that occurs between a parent and child, a conversation that serves as a springboard for families to discuss some of the core building blocks of emotional well being. Topics that are introduced include the power of living intentionally, reflection, and gratitude. Reading My Dearest One together facilitates intimacy and closeness between parents and children... more
  • All Hallow's ABC

    by Jenni Kaye
    From Apples to Zombies, the alphabet has never been spookier! Find visual treats and tricky rhymes in this colorful Halloween primer. All Hallow's ABC is a delight to read out loud for kids of all ages. Winner of the Bronze medal, 2013 Moonbeam Children's Book Awards.
  • Kickin' Lenny Saves the Day: Kickin' Lenny #1

    by Michael Stubben
    Lenny, the smallest boy in his kindergarten class, faces challenges with kickball, bullies, and a three-year old ninja in his first week at school. Lenny becomes a kickball hero with his powerful right foot, and Lenny saves his sister from some school bullies. And, the legend of Kickin' Lenny begins.

    by Rosa Bustillo
    Bilingual Readers™ is the perfect set of starter books for children learning to read in more than one language. Sentences translate word for word in most instances without being confusing. Your child can make proper associations between the words they know, and the words of their target language. ----------------------- Bilingual Readers™ es el conjunto perfecto de libros de iniciación para los niños que están aprendiendo a leer en más de un idioma. Las oraciones se traducen palabra ... more
  • Big Sandy

    by David Reichart
    A century and a half ago, the people of Centre County, Pennsylvania, got fed up with all the cougars roaming the countryside, endangering livestock and terrorizing citizens. They killed more than 600 of the wily predators in a 25-year period and managed to eliminate the entire native species. In my novel, Big Sandy, repopulation begins. Big Sandy is a funny, uplifting, fast-paced story about two 11-year-old boys, a couple of bullies who hound them, and a displaced yearling cougar that faithf... more
  • Jillian McClout, Happy Scout: A Smile Is Born (Volume 1)

    by D.J. Stamper
    Jillian McClout is on a mission. She's determined to bring smiles to the faces of at least three people in one day, and to do it she's created the Happy Scouts. Trouble is, so far her troop has just one member, herself, and Jillian soon finds that the task of getting people to smile is easier pledged than done. From the all-too-happy people in the park to the busy shoppers downtown, Jillian is scouting every face she sees on her quest to turn frowns upside down before the stroke of midnight. Can... more
  • A Better World

    by Belangela G. Tarazona
    A Better World tells the stories of three women who find themselves confronted with incredible tragedy, each caught in a world that tramples the vulnerable and forgets the meek. Civil war rages in Sri Lanka, where Saja watches, powerless, as both her husband and most of her family are lost to the brutality. Yonna is a talented, Wayuu rug weaver who attends a celebration in her honor that ends in bloodshed. The beautiful Taraji, who never truly knows the hardship she has left behind in Sout... more
  • The Link that Could Not Be Broken

    by C.L. Shaffer
    After the death of his father, Gavin withdraws from life and eventually from his faith. Because of this, conversations with his lifelong friend, Dr. Faulkner Brickley, where the subject often veers into matters of faith have become uncomfortable. Gavin needs to explain to his friend that he no longer believes. After Gavin discloses this, the professor decides it’s time to reveal his own secret—that God has granted Gavin an amazing gift. Dr. Brickley believes there is a purpose for this gift. How... more
  • Two-Gun

    by william lee adams
    The cruel winter of 1860 on the Iowa plains propels JJ Adams to seek out the warmth of California for his young family. But his amazing life story takes numerous unexpected detours, which ultimately result in his son, Will, growing into a gun-toting western hero.
  • Perdam Babylonis Nomen

    by Gregory Bull
    Perdam Babylonis Nomen: "The city’s streets are so wet shining and grey. My wasteland. Another car flies past. a rumble. A lorry. Ceaseless noise fills my ears and eats my mind. The flow is broken. So this is where it all started. I suppose that it will end here too. He is sitting motionless. A young man. Long hair. Anonymous. Uninteresting. Average. So much aggression and frustration pressure rising up. In me? Would I cry. I would. Turn up the volume, stand against the intensity of the momen... more
  • Lil' Scrappy-N-Rail: To Clean or Not Too Clean

    by Robert Crewe
    Scrappy the Squirrel can't wait to meet his best friend Rail's cousin, Chase. Scrappy is so excited that he wants to skip bathing and brushing his teeth so that he can rush to Rail's house. When Scrappy is about to greet Chase, Chase runs away because he can not bare the smell coming from Scrappy. Rail decides to tell him the truth about his odor so Scrappy goes back home to clean up the right way. Scrappy learns that taking care of his hygiene is important and must be taken seriously.