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  • Christianity a Flawed Religion

    by Warren William Luce
    This book shows how Christian dogma has strayed far from God’s word and the teachings of Jesus Christ, the harm it does and what to do about it. Based on the words of God and Jesus, this book explores a new reality of religion which, when followed, will make our world better, perhaps even the paradise that was intended for us.
  • Christianity: A Flawed Religion

    by Warren Luce
    This book shows how Christian dogma has strayed far from God’s word and the teachings of Jesus Christ, the harm it does and what to do about it. Based on the words of God and Jesus, this book explores a new reality of religion which, when followed, will make our world better, perhaps even the paradise that was intended for us.
  • O2

    by Michelle DeMarco
    This is the second in a series of interactive bubble books. In O2 two bubbles float across oceans, through a desert, and over the moon. They meet a zebra, pink flamingos, kookaburras and more during their colorful journey. With the touch of a finger the bubble lifts off floating onto new adventures. With the opening of a page or a touch sounds make the beautiful pictures come alive. Young children will delight in the floating bubble, the sounds and the brilliant colors.
  • O1

    by Michelle DeMarco
    This is the first book in a series of interactive bubble books. In O1 a bubble floats across fields, over and under trees and bees. The bubble kisses a flower and rides with a squeaky friend across the sea over dazzling coral reefs. At the touch of a finger the bubble lifts off floating onto new adventures. With the turning of a page or a touch of a finger sounds make the beautiful story illustrations come alive. Here is O1 an interactive wordless storybook that shares the story of a bubble. You... more
  • Ultimate: The First Five Decades, Vol. II

    by Joseph Seidler
    ULTIMATE--The First Five Decades, Vol. II covers the history of the sport of ultimate frisbee from 2005-2018. It is a coffee-table style book with over 200 great ultimate photos and a detailed history.
  • After Adam: The Books of Moses

    by Laurance Wieder
    After Adam is a prosimetrum, a story told in prose and verse. Mortality is its theme. Populated by rabbis, storytellers, mystics, poets, travelers and philosophers, this Abrahamic saga in 54 chapters begins with the creation of the human and closes with the death of Moses.
  • The Last Lead Holders - guest for fulfillment

    by Richard Deatherage
    Unemployed by the recession of 2008, author Richard Deatherage tells his coming of age story as he struggled through his unemployment, while visiting his ailing father at his parents home, he is reminded of his childhood growing up, going up and down his parents stairway, walls filled with family photos, as a parade of memories flood over him, reminiscing the untold stories of his youth with his parents. Moving from Air Force base to Air Force base every four years. he lived and traveled throu... more
  • Perspective Towards Happiness

    by FIRDOUS ALAM
    WELL IT IS A REALISTIC NARRATIVE OF A HAPPY SOUL WHO DID ABANDON HIS SCHOOL LIFE IN ORDER TO PROTECT THE SCHOOL LIFE OF HIS YOUNGER BROTHER . THE STORY REFLECTS THE TRUE MEANING OF POOR AND HAPPINESS AS WELL AS IT MAKES US TO SEE LIFE FROM A NEW PERSPECTIVE .
  • One NonProfit's Journey to Success

    by Savneet Singh
    One Nonprofit's Journey to Success, written by Savneet Singh, is an inspiring story of the New Heights Educational Group, a nonprofit, and its founder/director Ms. Pamela Clark. The book chronicles a woman's amazing journey who stepped out of her home to help families unhappy and disappointed with the traditional school system. The bullying incidents and lack of IEP assistance at local and charter schools made her sons feel uncomfortable and unsafe. So, she decided to homeschool them and to fig... more
  • Unraveling Reading

    by Daniela Silva
    This book presents strategies and alternatives for developing reading and writing in children, youth, and adults in a practical and dynamic way. Through diverse educational lessons, activities address three different learning styles, with consideration for how the brain learns and processes information visually, auditorily, and kinesthetically.
  • 100 Days to the South

    by Maks Ukrainets

    The book is a non-fictional narrative about a solo motorcycle journey through Americas, that took place at the end of 2018. In it, you will find the story of a young Ukrainian following his call of adventure, along with maps, tables of expenses, and break down of all bureaucratic formalities on the way, from Alaska to Tierra del Fuego. The budget is planned to last for 100 days and 30,00 kilometres, but 'planned' might differ from reality.

  • The Secret Life of the Very Old

    by Gemma d"auria and Antonia Burgato
    In The Secrets of the Very Old, an octogenarian poet and a septuagenarian teacher reflect on lessons learned from nature. The whole earth is a school for tellurian beings learning from each other. The smooth stones in the brook, the injured bird in the cage, the luxated dog, the withering leaf, all promote our studies to the next level in the school of life, toward the graduating class, when the physical body, Existence, separates from the Being, the essence of all Existence. Aging from the ... more
  • 10 Commandments for Good Negroes: What You Need to Know to Be Black and Christian in America

    by Terrell Carter
    10 Commandments for Good Negroes seeks to understand what it takes for black people to be viewed as acceptable in public spaces by whites, especially white Christians in America. The book explores the long held unwritten societal expectations that have served as unofficial guides for African Americans to navigate life in America and American churches while not making social or cultural waves.
  • 978-1-0878-6301-6

    by Doug deGrood
    With disarming honesty and wit, a stage-4 cancer survivor brilliantly weaves his love of golf with his battle with cancer. The result is a birdie-fest of wisdom and inspiration.
  • Origami Orchestra

    by Ammie Elliott
    Let your imagination unfold as an orchestra of origami debuts its soulful tune just for you. In this 286-word story, readers are introduced to a whimsical land where the art of origami is anything but stiff. Origami Orchestra is part of a new book series titled The Dreamscape Series. The collection is a celebration of inclusiveness. No matter our gender, race, or cultural differences, everyone dreams. This book, and the others in the series (coming soon), incorporate new words and informatio... more
  • Pandemic Teaching: A Survival Guide for College Faculty

    by Kevin Patton
    As teaching faculty across the globe scramble to move on-campus courses to remote learning, veteran teaching mentor Kevin Patton provides a quick and dirty survival manual to get things started—and keep things going. Having had the experience of moving from on-campus to online teaching, Kevin is an empathetic and supportive guide to what's important and what's not in the era of pandemic teaching—and beyond. 

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