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by Sasha WolfeCourage and vulnerability are intertwined in this once-in-a-lifetime journey. To undertake such a trip alone, push the self beyond the comfort zone, and venture into unfamiliar territories without any specific time limits or set goals is, without a doubt, a test of true strength. Feelings, mistakes, “acts of stupidity,” and constant mind chatter are laid bare in the writing. Mix in the joy and delights of exploring new places, learning about other areas, the excitement of discovery and this book... more
by Marci FairEllie the elephant and Pudgy the penguin are stuffed animals…and the best of friends. They have been on many adventures together, like moving to a new neighborhood, flying on an airplane, visiting animal friends and relatives at a zoo, going back to school together to meet new teachers and learn—and now they get to enjoy a summer adventure on a wonderful beach vacation! The excitement mounts as Ellie and Pudgy pack their beach balls and sunglasses and jump in the car for the game-filled drive... more
by Marci FairThe third installment of an award-winning children’s series, The Amazing Adventures of Ellie the Elephant: Ellie Goes to School follows the charming plush toy and her best friend, Pudgy the Penguin, as they brave their latest exploratory journey—elementary school. Having recently moved, Ellie is worried about her first day at a new school. But, encouraged by the presence of her trusted penguin sidekick, the little elephant decides to view the next few hours as just another buddy adventure pac... more
by Marci FairAlways on the lookout for a new adventure, Ellie the Elephant can hardly believe her good fortune when she gets to go on her first plane ride and visit her faraway relatives. The only thing that could make this trip better is sharing it with a friend, so Ellie invites Pudgy the Penguin to join her. The newest book in The Amazing Adventures of Ellie the Elephant series, Ellie’s First Plane Ride follows the two plush toys as they navigate the airport, experience flight for the first time, revel... more
by Rosemary AugustineMy cat Ziggy has a secret! And it’s your secrets he is keeping. Ziggy’s Secrets is an Internet password keeper, designed to look like a cat story book yet is disguised to be your personal internet password log book for use at home or in the office. There is plenty of room with 150 pages, including space for entries such as the name of your account, the URL, your log in / user name, and password, as well as space for answers to security questions, a place for your account # and any additional n... more
by Amba BrownFinding Your Path is a handbook for the transition from school to adulthood. "One of the greatest advantages of this day and age is the range of opportunities at your fingertips. But this also means an overload of information and choice! Not to mention the different pressures from either school or parents. The daunting question: “What will you do next?” can be extremely stressful when you’re wracked with indecision and lacking direction." (Book excerpt - Amba Brown) The chapters of the... more
by Gerald DiPego
Find the truth in your fiction through Gerald DiPego's method of emotional realism gained from 45 years as a successful professional. A personal, conversational how-to book on creative writing from novelist, playwright, and screenwriter with films such as Sharky's Machine, Phenomenon, Message in a Bottle, Words & Pictures, etc.
by Diane RobbinsThis book contains more than 20 art activities using the same pattens. Busy teachers can make one set of patterns to be used for projects from September to January. Book 2 will be published soon with activities for February to May/June.
by Diane RobbinsThis book contains more than 20 art activities using the same patterns. Busy teachers can make one set of patterns to be used for projects from February through May/June.
by Lalitha ChittoorThis book, MAHA SHIVARATRI, the second in the series, Indian Festivals, describes the glory of Lord Shiva and how the festival is celebrated all over India in its myriad forms.
by Eric RosswoodJourney to Same-Sex Parenthood guides and helps prospective LGBT parents to explore these five popular options: Adoption, Foster Care, Assisted Reproduction, Surrogacy and Co-Parenting. Each section includes a description of the specific family-building approach, followed by personal stories from same-sex couples and individuals who have chosen and gone through that particular journey. The appendix contains important legal issues to consider and questions to ask before deciding to move forwar... more
by Debra May Macleod
Many people live in a chronic state of uncertainty, unhappiness, discontent and dis-ease. Others feel that something is missing from their lives or that they haven't reached their true potential, whether in terms of their career, relationships, well-being, self-knowledge or spirituality. In ANCIENT INTUITION, Classicist and leading author-expert Debra May Macleod, B.A., LL.B., shares with you her practical and powerful process of igniting the ancient spark of intuition within you. Through... more
by Catherine GhoshThis book that emphasizes the sacred love teaching woven throughout the Bhagavad Gita and Yoga Sutra texts! Drawing from the ancient bhakti tradition they have belonged to for decades, authors Catherine Ghosh and Braja Sorensen invite the reader to broaden their definition of yoga according to one of the best-kept secrets of the Bhagavad Gita: that although it is set in a war zone, at its core the Gita is essentially a book on love, and yoga is the process through which we connect with, and part... more
by Steve Lawson
It seemed a lopsided battle. On one side, a small shepherd with a sling and five stones. On the other, a heavily armored ten-foot giant whose taunts and challenges immobilized an army of seasoned warriors. The story of David and Goliath has become an almost universal underdog story; but in reality, Goliath never stood a chance. In Giant Killers, emotional intelligence speaker, consultant, and author Steve Lawson identifies the five vital emotional and social skills David possessed: identity, ... more
by Lynn CalvinThis is a story of a little girl who tells of the love she experiences through the relationships with her earthly and Heavenly Daddies. She describes her two daddies and the love they show her. She invites you to have a Heavenly Daddy that loves you so much by offering to share her Heavenly Daddy with you. Listen to this happy little girl as she talks to you about her two daddies. Activities are presented at the end of the book for the children to complete.
by Bill DobbsThe memoirs, ramblings, forays into explanations of the quirks of English grammar and vocabulary, as well as the pseudo-philosophical insights of a teacher of English as a foreign language, who in the course of his teaching has heard the utterance ‘I have a question’ so many zillion times that he too began posing questions to which till now no answers have been found. With a bit of etymology thrown in. And one or two hundred side-tracks.