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  • Asheem: The Boy Who Could Not Read

    by Sharon D. Ulett, M.Ed.
    A young boy struggling with the challenges of learning disabilities achieves his goals after receiving the help he needs from a caring teacher and a supportive team of individuals, including his family.
  • Articles of a Witch Goddess

    by TJ Phull
    "Author T. J. Phull brings to us a captivating story of grief, sorrow, and renewal of faith. A bitter woman consumed in hate and bitterness lives her life in strife, never allowing love to enter her life, submerged in self-pity. All changes when finally she meets a man named Shiva who opens her mind, spirit, and body to all possibilities and growth. As love grows within herself, she begins to see life in a different view and learns to let go the horrible past that haunted her, living her life wi... more
  • Lady-Fame; Or, the Fluke: A Sea Story

    by Peter Santino
    LADY-FAME; OR, THE FLUKE - In the bitter cold, black, predawn of Christmas Eve 1972, the commercial fishing vessel LADY-FAME was struck and capsized by a forty-foot rogue wave while crossing the Humboldt Bay bar. Contemporary artist Peter Santino, her first mate, wrote fifty thousand words during the months immediately following while drifting through the Amazonian jungle on a river boat, describing every thought and action that occurred during that sinking near-death experience. Steering clear... more
  • Thailand: Deadly Destination

    by John Stapleton
    The daily robbing, bashing, drugging, extortion and murder of foreign tourists on Thai soil, along with numerous scandals involving unsafe facilities and well established scams, has led to frequent predictions that Thailand's multi-billion dollar tourist industry will self-destruct. Instead tourist numbers more than doubled in the decade to 2014. The world might not have come to the hometowns of the many visitors fascinated by Thailand, but it certainly came to the Land of Smiles.

    While ... more

  • Calming Stormy Feelings: A Child's Introduction to Psychotherapy

    by Sarah K. Abel & Karen Zilberstein
    Knowing how to help children with their feelings can be challenging for all parents, but when feelings grow too strong, they create storms that burst through and change the way children act. This book aims to introduce parents and children to the world of feelings and psychotherapy. Age appropriate explanations are provided so that children, parents, teachers, doctors and other professionals gain a language for conversing on this topic.
  • America: We Have the Country We Want

    by Mark Mullen
    In this book, Mullen examines some the failures of corporate America including the violation of sacred trusts between employer and employee; vanishing retirement; and the throw away employee. The role of education and a few of the most popular education myths used by politicians and the media are examined. The topics of entry level skills gap, STEM, and college for everyone are explored with an eye on reality and common sense. American politicians like to play the blame game. Over spen... more

    by Martin Soloway
    An interesting and informative story to give a reader the insight of the devastation Parkinson's Disease inflicts on a patient and family. A husband, who is a pharmacist, primary caregiver, and daily observer's account of the regression that will happen to the whole body, the decrease in the quality of life and the reason for the frequently tweaking the drugs that the patient must take to help delay the decline of the organs. Discussion includes the motor symptoms and cognitive disfunction whic... more
  • Philosophical Fragments Of Your Ancient Name

    by Doug Bentley

    A Journey of Self-Discovery into the Sanctuary of Your Soul - and Beyond!

    An eclectic compilation of thoughts, musings, rants, observations, fears and hopes, Philosophical Fragments Of Your Ancient Name takes you on a journey of self-discovery from the outer edges of our solar system to the sanctuary of your soul - and beyond!

    The book is divided into three parts: on Science, Christianity and Mysticism. Like adjacent letters... more

  • Idiots and Children

    by Diana Estill
    Award-winning author Diana Estill delivers twisted tales of past and present in her latest collection of humor essays. Having grown up with an absent-minded father and a mother who refused to wear—but nevertheless tried to sell—beauty products, Estill drolly recalls her childhood angst and confusion. Besides poking fun at herself and her kin, Estill unleashes tongue-in-cheek commentary on subjects such as populating Mars, finding the “fun” in funerals, cloning Neanderthals, and store gun pol... more
  • The Art of the College Essay

    by gabrielle glancy
    Readable, funny and smart, The Art of the College Essay takes the anxiety out of the writing process and replaces it with a completely organic, common sense way of getting to the heart of what you're trying to say. For students, counselors, parents, writers of all kinds and just plain everyday people who want to know how to write from the inside out, this book is the light at the end of the tunnel.
  • Live Prayerfully: How Ordinary Lives Become Prayerful

    by Daniel Ethan Harris
    There’s a difference between praying and living prayerfully. This book guides you through three time-proven ways that millions of Christians throughout history have discovered make a difference. You, too, will see your prayer life spill over into everything you do so that your entire life becomes prayerful. As the author shares his own personal stories and passes along wisdom on prayerful living from other Christians of today and the past, you will sense God’s invitation to you to live prayerful... more
  • The Creative Year: 52 Workshops for Writers

    by Elisabeth Sharp McKetta
    Most writers struggle with three things: how to get started, how to improve, and what to do with a finished piece of writing. The Creative Year: 52 Workshops for Writers is a fun, concise guidebook that illuminates a path for all three. Each workshop contains three parts: process, prompt, and venue. Used together, these techniques provide the scaffolding for a sustainable, fulfilling writing life.
  • Do-It-Yourself Wedding Ceremony: Choosing the Perfect Words and Officiating Your Unforgettable Day

    by Dayna Reid
    This revised edition of the book previously titled, “Sacred Ceremony,” includes: Step-by-step, informative chapters, which describe the elements of a wedding ceremony from beginning to end, and the choices people can make with each element. “Do-It-Yourself Wedding Ceremony” includes a wealth of wording and ceremony selections, to celebrate diverse styles, beliefs and traditions, from Christian to Zen, to the simple declarations of love that transcend tradition. Readers are given all the infor... more
  • Beautiful Rainbow World

    by Suzee Ramirez
    A bright, soul-filled photography book of global children that appeals to all ages. The stunning photos were carefully compiled to represent children from all around the world including Russia, France, Canada, Taiwan, Australia, India, Libya, Japan, the UK and more. This book has a simple yet profound truth to share ~ we are all truly amazing ~ each person, just as we are. The song download, "Beautiful Rainbow World" by world-renowned children's folk singer, Daria, is included. Sing-along and sm... more

    by Donald Rattner

    How do we foster the next Steve Jobs or Albert Einstein so as to compete in a global marketplace that rewards innovation? How do we cultivate creativity in our children so they grow up happy and self-fulfilled? How do we nurture the next Picasso? Award-winning architect, educator and author Donald Rattner answers these questions in his new book The Creativity Catalog: play with stuff, he says.

    Not just any stuff, but a special class of household products specifically designed to cu... more

  • Yoga's Touch: Hands-On Adjustments, Alignment and Verbal Cues

    by Martia Bennett Rachman
    From New York Times Featured Author With more than 200 color photos of more than 40 common yoga postures, plus detailed instructions and intuitive cues, Yoga's Touch is an easy-to-use reference book designed to empower you to be a more effective, versatile and confident teacher. Martia Bennett Rachman, E-RYT 500 and LMBT, has taught thousands of classes and has trained hundreds of yoga teachers. Renowned for combining therapeutic touch with specific asanas to strengthen and heal the body, ... more