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  • Radha's Revenge & Other Stories

    by Gopal Ramanan

    A collection of a dozen short stories set in India, ranging from the poignant to the humorous, that introduce the reader to a host of unforgettable characters and situations in that colorful land. With vivid descriptions and masterful prose that bring the characters and surroundings to life, these stories provide a delightful insight into India's culture and people.

  • Ruined by Murder Addicted to Love

    by Ronald Joseph Kule
    Millennial Carlos Almarón struggles past the devastating and unexpected loss of his recent lover murdered the night he was to propose to her. Unable to come back to battery, his jet-set, Manhattan friends abandon him, except for three women. One alone, Carmela Ariana, his childhood tomboy friend, who walks among the wounded-in-love after coming-of-age abuses nearly have shattered her hope forever of finding true and everlasting love, knows why Almarón's lover rejected him, and what has happ... more
  • Thundercloud: (The Oddities of a Young Man's Journey to Manhood)

    by Ronald Joseph Kule
    ThunderCloud, a late-teen, excommunicated Cherokee, must learn to become a man in a world completely foreign to him. With the aid of an Amish clan which takes him in, he realizes how to understand and work better with other people, and that he must return to his Principal People to atone for his shortcomings. His return journey leads him through several harrowing experiences from which he collects a motley gaggle of young people, who may or may not be welcome upon his arrival home!
  • Dear Aunt Catherine

    by Laurie Ann Pokin
    1852: An impoverished Irish orphan flees to America in search of her estranged, rich uncle. When the obsessive Master of her uncle's mansion forces her into a life of servitude, the orphan must again fight for her freedom.
  • Be: Be Unique. Be Courageous. Be Kind.

    by Michelle Tate
    We always ask kids, " What do you want to BE when you grow up?" They always respond with "firefighter, astronaut, teacher, and doctor." And that's what we expect to hear from that question. But this book encourages kids to BE humble humans and just plain good people. Be challenges kids to think bigger than a profession when asked "what do you want to be." The author encourages all kids to BE unique. BE accepting. BE courageous. Be kind to ALL. With simple wording and a profound message, "Be" all... more
  • Vacaciones Con El Huracán: Un Libro de Preparación Sobre Huracanes

    by Heather L. Beal
    Prescolares Lily y Niko descubren repentinamente cómo lidiar con lo inesperado cuando sus vacaciones cambian de natación y castillos de arena al prepararse para un huracán. Pero al prepararse para evacuar con su prima Emma y su familia, el peluche preferido de Niko se pierde. ¿Lo encontraran a tiempo de evacuarse o se quedará perdido el peluche familiar?
  • Férias Com Furacão: Um Livro de Preparação Para Furacões

    by Heather L. Beal
    As crianças em idade pré-escolar Lily e Niko fazem um curso intensivo sobre como lidar com o inesperado quando suas férias mudam de castelos de areia e natação para aulas de preparação para furacões. Mas enquanto as crianças se preparam para evacuar com sua prima Emma e sua família, o bichinho de pelúcia favorito de Niko se perde. Eles o encontrarão a tempo de evacuar com segurança? Ou esse membro felpudo da família ficará para trás?
  • Why So Much?

    by Lance Myers
    Nancy Larsen is suffocating. She’s desperate to express what this world of hurt feels like. She was once the star of math and science club, on her way to becoming valedictorian of her class. Her father, Rex—a chemical engineer for Texas Oil and Plastics—was her biggest fan. But then a black hole opened up and took it all away: Nancy’s mother died. All motivation dissolved, Nancy’s grades followed suit, and this once model student is now failing out of school. She spends her days writing and draw... more
  • Segways Repair Service UK

    by Charles Wheeler
    Official Hoverboards for teenagers Truth be told, a hoverboard could be a suspending stage (that seems like a skateboard while not wheels) which may be used for singular transportation. The term was produced for the flick Back to the more extended term II, anywhere saint Marty McFly flies into the more drawn out term to seem out that youths zone unit riding on suspending masses up while not wheels. How might they work? Self-modifying bicycles have a few of rudimentary portions: a spin... more
  • Trusting Wine

    by Rachel Lee Glass

         At the end of World War II in Umbra, Italy an American soldier proposes to a beautiful Italian girl. To his surprise, her family insists the couple drink the family’s magical wedding wine before they marry. This wine gives those who drink it with their betrothed visions of their entire futures together. The two drink and after experiencing beautiful visions, they marry.

         In 1999 the couple’s adult children are a priest, a businessman, a... more

  • Let's Make a Cake!

    by Heidi Schrack
    Meet the Buggie-Muggies! Sally is crafty and cautious, Gary is creative and silly, and Johnny is fearless and adventurous. These funny friends are always up to something exciting. Find out what happens when Sally wants to make a cake, but Gary has other plans.
  • The Lies That Bind (DarkHorse Trilogy, Book 1)

    by Ed Protzel
    Broke and despondent, trickster Durksen Hurst returns to Mississippi seeking redemption for his disreputable past — and maybe some glory. When he encounters a dozen hungry slaves hiding in the wilds, he persuades them to build a plantation with him — a scheme that will threaten the town’s dominant family: the brilliant, mad Widow French and her tortured son, Devereau. When Antoinette DuVallier, a mysterious woman from New Orleans with unknown ties to the Frenches, arrives desperately seeking ... more
  • Knock on Wood

    by Leslie Tall Manning
    1978: Fourteen-year-old Billy Baker is the first into the pond that early summer day. Ten minutes later, his lifeless body is pulled from the chilly water, his lips like two slivers of blue ice. Billy Baker dies...but only for a little while. Thirty-nine days later, he emerges from a coma. But he is not alone. 1994: Billy (AKA William) is turning thirty. He forgets some letters in the alphabet. He can't set a table properly. He still believes it's the disco era. And he can't remember t... more
  • The Empress' New Hair

    by SF Hardy
    Empress Zaina Niara of Detroit Charm is in constant battle with her unruly hair. But when she finds herself and her hair in trouble with two greedy villains, she soon learns ... her hair is less unruly and more versatile than she could have ever imagined.
  • Like A Salad

    by SF Hardy
    Ever had a salad with chocolate candy bars, peanut brittle, khaki pants and cherry tomatoes? Siblings, Assir and Xolani have. “Like a Salad,” explores nuances in skin tones through the eyes of children.
  • The Coat

    by April Grunspan
    Seth Feinberg, in spite of being an atheist, has always seen life through a Jewish lens. Inheriting a Nazi officer’s full- length leather coat from his Holocaust-survivor grandfather motivates him to research and write fictional stories about his grandparents’ and the coat’s possible history. These stories follow the history of the Jews from just before the end of the Holocaust up until just before the founding of the modern State of Israel. Ultimately, Seth is able to define his personal relati... more

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