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  • The Elephant and the Sheep

    by Patricia Furstenberg
    With poetic rhymes this striking picture book about the love and the simple kindness of a stranger is sure to touch a deep chord, particularly with fans of John Lennon’s “Imagine.” When a lamb meets an elephant calf the two are happy to share a small patch of grass and a tiny water puddle available during the Big-Bad Thirst. None notices how different their bodies are, as the two are happy to spend their days together. Soon the sheep wishes that he, too, would arrive first at their meeting plac... more
  • Puppy: 12 Months of Rhymes and Smiles

    by Patricia Furstenberg
    "Puppy: 12 Months of Rhymes and Smiles is a dog lover’s delight. Written by Patricia Furstenberg, Puppy deals with the many reasons people bring a puppy into their lives. Not only does it deal with a puppy’s initial reaction to its new home, but this beautifully illustrated book also looks at the wondrous experiences each new day brings, as the puppy learns new lessons, explores new places and finally grows into his own four paws. Although I am primarily a cat lover, I could not help but smile a... more
  • Bloom: The Deluxe Edition

    by Lexy Courneya
    Bloom is an inspirational poetry book which pays tribute to Mother Nature and documents a teenager's journey through abuse, sexual assault, and mental health struggles. The deluxe edition contains a sneak preview of Lexy Courneya's next book.
  • Bloom

    by Lexy Courneya
    Bloom is an inspirational poetry book which pays tribute to Mother Nature and documents a teenager's journey through abuse, sexual assault, and mental health struggles.
  • Cascading Hearts

    by Justine David
    A collection of poetry and prose that explores the tumultuous journeys of love, loss, and self-discovery.
  • The Mauled Keeper

    by Lynn Marie Houston
    THE MAULED KEEPER is a poetry collection that examines human-animal relationships as a metaphor for betrayal within the context of romantic relationships.
  • Reclaiming Myself

    by Lynndel Schuurman
    Lynndel Schuurman's poetry reflects her personal journey of healing and self-reclamation from sexual abuse. She was once unable to express the words and pain verbally, and so poetry became the avenue of release that set her story free and released the debilitating pain and burden held within. Join Lynndel on this powerful journey of self-discovery that seeks to encourage you, instill hope, and help you as you reclaim yourself.
  • Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice in 61 Haiku (1.037 Syllables!)

    by James W. Gaynor
    Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice in 61 Haiku (1,037 Syllables!)is a thought-provoking and witty take on a beloved classic. It will delight Jane Austen fans and introduce a new generation of readers to Austen’s satire and humor. Gaynor’s book is a series of short commentaries or responses, expressed in haiku poetry - often humorous, always insightful - on each of the first sentences of every chapter of Pride and Prejudice. It is a fascinating and enlightening contrast in style; the distillat... more
  • Four Short Stories and Ten Love Poems

    by Raymond Philip Asaph
    While working at the bottom of an empire in decline, "Whitey," a furniture mover with a sense of humor, discovers love for self and others at different ages of his life. Set like stone pathways around these stories are ten accessible and entertaining love poems that travel far into the wilds of the human heart.
  • colossal heart

    by Atiba Rogers
    colossal heart is a collection of short poems and prose extracted from the depths of atiba rogers' soul. rogers takes a refreshing, blunt and honest approach to writing experiences of love, loss and identity. colossal heart is broken into four riveting sections: bemoan, expressionist, exhibitionist and lion. readers are bound to recognize themselves between these pages if they've ever had vulnerable hearts.
  • Virapo Vol. I

    by Ivan Samokish
    Virapo Vol. I is a collection of 20 poems that touch upon themes of love, loss, rage, depression, and social inequality. This book is a short read, but not a light one. Drawing upon the author's life experiences and observations of society, Virapo is drenched with raw emotion and a dose of fiery passion. Virapo is a bitter cry out for truth, honesty, fairness and justice. What does "virapo" mean exactly? It is a combination of the Ukrainian word for "belief", which transliterated is "vira", a... more
  • Chemical Butterfly

    by Andrea Malinsky Mason
    The collection of poems and collages I created during and after a nearly two-year battle with advanced breast cancer
  • Dream Sweet Dreams

    by Kristy Kurjan
    Bright illustrations and sweet, rhyming text are paired in this adorable bedtime story that celebrates the joy of creativity through dreams. From penguins eating ice cream to cute cuddle bugs, this board book is sure to bring a smile to both young and old. There are endless possibilities for what children can imagine.
  • The Many Ways To Say I Love You

    by Kristy Kurjan
    This book illustrates how to enjoy the gift of love with friends and family. From a high-five to a belly laugh to time shared in play, kindness and joy are simple pleasures that are found throughout life’s journey. The early reader style poetry shows special moments children share with their loved ones: “When holding hands to cross the road… mom squeezes three times, it is our special code.” The colorful and quirky illustrations make this book enjoyable for babies, toddlers, and adults.
  • Real Gray Tears

    by Jaquetta Henson
    This is a collection of narrative poetry that reflects on the life of the author as she tries to find her place in the world. She recollects her memories of the most important people, places, and things in her life.
  • Some Days, Here

    by Tricia De Jesus-Gutierrez
    This book explores the common thread of human experience?love, loss, and coming of age through my own perception and experiences.