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  • Dogged Optimism: Lessons in Joy from a Disaster-Prone Dog

    by Belinda Pollard
    In this humorous and uplifting read, Belinda recounts how her scruffy Aussie terrier Killarney has helped her through the toughest of days — and taught her how to make the most of life. A great read for dog lovers!
  • Fifty Shades of Grammar

    by Arlene Miller
    A compilation of the best posts from The Grammar Diva blog. Includes grammar, punctuation, technology, language, words, ad holiday posts.
  • The Best Grammar Workbook Ever!

    by Arlene Miller
    Comprehensive grammar workbook with hundreds of examples, exercises, and tests.
  • The Great Grammar Cheat Sheet

    by Arlene Miller
    Small e-book with common grammar, punctuation, word usage, and writing issues solved.
  • Beyond Worksheets

    by Arlene Miller
    E-book containing ways to present grammar concepts that is fun for students. Homeschool adaptations included.
  • Correct Me If I'm Wrong

    by Arlene Miller
    Small, easy-to-use grammar book with common issues, all presented in alphabetical format. Complete index included.
  • The Best Little Grammar Book Ever! First Edition

    by Arlene Miller
    Small grammar reference book that contains the most common grammar, punctuation, and word usage issues.
  • The Invisible Game: Mindset of a Winning Team (eSports & Competitive Gaming, Dota 2, League of Legends, CS:GO)

    by Zoltan Andrejkovics
    Competitive gaming and eSports among youths became a major theme these days. For an e-Athlete, having the best strategy or belonging to a team with the best skills are sometimes not enough for success. Real life tournaments are tougher than we can imagine. The Invisible Game covers the necessary mental development of eSport players. The book helps to prepare the players' minds for the challenges, both on the map and in real life. Nowadays we overestimate the power of our thoughts, and we f... more
  • The Adventures of Melvin Walker: Melvin Goes To The Ballpark

    by Myron Campbell
    This book tells a story about Melvin, an inner-city child, who has many different adventures.  In this particular story, Melvin and a group of his friends head to the neighborhood baseball field where they are approached by some kids bigger and possibly better than them.  However, Melvin and his friends don't allow that to get to them.  They end up playing the kids and during that time, they learn some valuable lessons on sportsmanship and making the right decisions.
  • Follow the Yarn: A Book of Colors

    by Emily Sper
    In this delightful introduction to colors, toddlers—and cat lovers of all ages—will enjoy following a kitten through the pages as he plays with one colorful ball of yarn after another. Toddlers can also make a game of following the yarn from page to page as each color unravels.
  • Final Days of Judgement

    by Beverley Buckley
    The Final Days of Judgement describes the author's journey to discover how information relating to the laws of universal creation, channeled from the Elohim, ascended masters responsible for Earth's ascension, applies to life in the modern world. The book explains how thought is the tool of creation, and the author suggests that we are in a period of major transition away from a world created in fear to one where we will operate from our fullest potential for love and happiness. Final Days of Ju... more
  • Multiples Illuminated: A Collection of Stories and Advice From Parents of Twins, Triplets and More

    by Megan Woolsey and Alison Lee
    Multiples Illuminated is a compelling collection of stories from writers and parents of multiples, as well as expert advice that is a must-have for all parents and grandparents of multiples. Having multiples is one of the most wonderful and challenging experiences you will have in your life. Whether you’re expecting multiples, or a few years into the multiples club, you will find stories you love in Multiples Illuminated.  “The essays and advice in the book shine a light on what it means—what... more
  • Integration and Growth

    by Ceylan Das
    The Gestalt approach is both a life philosophy and a therapy school. The Gestalt approach, with its humanistic point of view, gives the opportunity to the person to be aware of himself or herself and those around him or her to integrate both within himself or herself and with the world without judging or accusing, without feeling ashamed, scared, or worried, and to exist as fully grown in the way he or she really is. This book is written with two important goals in mind. One of the aims of the b... more
  • Bibliography of Books About American Football 1891-2015

    by Ralph Hickok
    This is the first bibliography of American football to be issued in more than 20 years. It contains information on 7,341 books about American football that were published from 1891 through 2015. The titles are broken out into 23 major categories and 59 sub-categories for ease of browsing. A 63-page index will help guide the reader to books by specific authors or about specific individuals, colleges, or teams. Sports and football historian Ralph Hickok spent more than a year and half compiling an... more
  • Deranged Justice: The Law and Lunacy of Bartow Grover Nix

    by Jeffrey Nix
    On November 7th, 1919 Bartow Grover Nix was hanged for a double murder in Columbus, Georgia...questions continue concerning the prosecution of the case...was it done properly; was Nix even sane? Nearly a century later...great nephew reviewed the case with fresh eyes...what he found led to a compelling tale...of the nature of southern justice...in the early 20th century.
  • Sophia’s Red Hat

    by Carol Nichvolodoff
    Patricia's story takes you on a journey with Sophia as she uses her little red hat to transform her grandmother and then her mother, and eventually the whole town. This story's message of kindness is engaging and heart warming as it builds on anticipation and settles with thoughtful acts of love.

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