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  • Little Blue and the Kingdom in the Clouds

    by Dr. Kim Grom
    Little Blue and the Kingdom in the Clouds is the second book in the Little Blue series by Dr. Kim Grom. An intriguing fantasy, the story explores the topic of the hereafter in an adventure that a child can safely understand. Dr. Kim holds a Masters in Divinity and has also served as a Grief Share Counselor.
  • Retirement Villages Berwick

    by bluehills rise

    Blue Hills Rise is a prestigious name in giving Retirement Villages Berwick whether you need to carry on with life as indicated by your necessities or need ... more

  • 9781079752007

    by Lauren Grabois Fischer
    “Love Grows Love” is a perfect reminder that what we give, we get back in return. Our energy and actions affect others and can make a positive difference in our world. It is our opportunity and responsibility to grow more kindness, happiness, laughter, and love. A beautiful way to explain emotions to a child. A simple and deep book for the whole family. Love grows love. Fear grows fear. Acceptance grows acceptance. Anger grows anger. Kindness grows kindness. What will you grow?
  • 9781079743265

    by Lauren Grabois Fischer
    “Be Who You Were Meant To Be” is a bilingual (English/ Spanish) children’s book that speaks of being proud of who you are. Be confident in who you are because everyone is special and everyone is unique. The world is a brighter place because you are in it.  This book covers topics such as gratitude, kindness, dreaming big, making the best of each day, being positive, learning about yourself, sharing your unique talents, being unique, and having confidence. Every child will know that they can do... more
  • 9781079747362

    by Lauren Grabois Fischer
    Every So Often A Zebra Has Spots is a book that will have you and your children talking! It will inspire conversations about differences and how beautiful it is to be true to yourself. It will make you laugh and will definitely become your child's new favorite book. They will not even know that they are learning lifelong lessons about acceptance and kindness for all. We are each unique and beautiful in our own way. What a wonderful blessing it is to be “me. Author note: This is one of my ... more
  • 9781079746020

    by Lauren Grabois Fischer
    ”You Are A Superhero” empowers children to make a difference in this world. A real superhero is kind, respectful, compassionate and accepting. Did you know that YOU can be a REAL superhero? You Are A Superhero is an important book for every child to have because so often children love the idea of a superhero and think of it as a fictional character. I wanted children to know that they too are a superhero when they make kind choices and respect others and the world.
  • 9781733302654

    by Lauren Grabois Fischer
    "The Light Within Me" will inspire your inner light to shine brightly. We each have a beautiful gift that we can share with the world. Use your powers and positivity to make this world a more illuminated and brilliant place. This book is a breath of fresh air for the world that we live in today. It is so important that we teach our children that although there may be difficult times, that it is so important that we find the light within us all and use that to heal the world and ourselves.
  • 9780986253270

    by Lauren Grabois Fischer
    “Life” Follow along as a great grandpa and his great grandson discover what life is really about. A wonderful children's book about life and seeing the world through your own eyes. We can choose what we want to write on the pages on our unwritten story. With purpose, courage, gratitude, positivity, and love; anything is possible.
  • When Life Gives You Beef, Make Burgers

    by Ricky Ginsburg
    In 1987, a 350-pound high school senior named Paul Bannister left New Jersey and traveled across the country eating competitively. He met and eventually married Carrie, his size and weight, and connected with Walter Carmichael, the wealthy owner of a national chain of steakhouses. It’s now thirty years later and Walter is recently deceased, leaving Paul as the sole heir of a billion-dollar empire. Not having the need to tamper with success, he’s continued the traditions set in place by his mento... more
  • A Conversation with the King

    by D.M. Freedman
    It is the spring of 1977 and Elvis Presley is dying. But he does not want to die. He just wants the pain to go away. To whom can he reach out to? Not his fiancée. Not his Memphis Mafia. Certainly not to Colonel Tom Parker, his manager. Why this pain? How is it that he can explain it to no one? Who can actually help him? He turns to his Rabbi for help! Elvis Presley is desperate to leave show business and just be a normal person. Unfortunately for him, he is an immense star and cannot ... more
  • The Old-Fashioned Way

    by Susan Conolly-Horne
    Emma has a hard time waiting for anything and likes to get the job done. In this story, she is facing first grade in a new school with new teachers and friends. She suddenly realizes life can be scary sometimes, even for a first-grader. Emma soon learns, with the help of her trusted and wise friend, Mom (whom she calls Mia) that doing things differently is sometimes more satisfying, and a great way to invest in friendships. Have you ever acted before you thought or had a hard time waiting? If th... more
  • Days of Hope, Miles of Misery: Love and Loss on the Oregon Trail

    by Fred Dickey
    They knew the trip would be difficult, but they didn't bargain on hell. The shout “giddap” starts the oxen down a path to the end of the world. For five months, and two thousand miles, the wagon train lumbers toward California on the Oregon Trail and into big trouble. The emigrants endure disease, dirt, and attacks from outlaws, and invaded Indians. Bitter strife erupts between ill-matched pioneers forced together by necessity. The 1845 wagon train is part of a vast westward movement; a mo... more
  • Burning Desire - The Psychopath and The Girl in Black Prada Shoes

    by M. L. Stark
    Mary is an established wealthy woman. Her lifespan is a petrifying mess. She is vulnerable and on the edge of suicide because of her husband’s betrayal and many affairs. When she starts at a special clinic for treatment. He makes a pass at her even she wanted to reject him and unintended she becomes captured in his sticky spider web. This becomes a story about dating a self-absorbed, lying person, one who swindled himself through life. Doctor Drake Lucifer Bates always presented himself wit... more
  • How To Grow Your Restaurant Business

    by Restaurant Funnel
    We help full-service restaurant owners increase guest visits and master plans on how to grow your restaurant business. Let us help you with the relevant ideas and solutions.
  • Korean POWer! Korean Play On Words: A Collection of Korean-English Jokes

    by Naomi Lau
    Korean POWer! Korean Play On Words is a short collection of Korean and English bilingual jokes that will bring readers laughter and delight. These jokes will be best enjoyed by kids who know a little of both languages, or who want to learn!
  • A Boy, a Budget, and a Dream

    by Jasmine Paul
    Kass budgets her money carefully and expects her brother Joey to do the same. But Joey spends every dollar he earns. When he realizes he hasn’t saved enough money to pay for something he’s been dreaming about, Joey must either learn to budget or risk giving up his dream.