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by Epiphany SchwarzBubble Tubbie is a sensory romp through a child’s imagination as they experience the most cherished of childhood rituals; The Bubble Bath. Full of original art, poetry and photography, Bubble Tubbie, in all three formats, is designed to ignite the senses and engage the imagination of children ages 1-6. A labor of love for nearly five years, Contemporary Artist Epiphany Schwarz, (AKA Christine Mangnall-Schwarz), is very proud to debut her first children’s book which is also the first in the Bubbl... more
by David NeedTranslation of Rilke's late French Language suite "Les Roses," with 27 pen & ink drawings commissioned for the volume, a 30 pp essay by David Need (Duke University) and an additional 30 pp of translations of other rose-themed poems by Rilke from German and French. All poems are given in bilingual form.
by Daniel Garcia OrdazEl Zarape Press presents its first collection of poetry by the eclectic Daniel García Ordaz, The Poet Mariachi, "the voice of the Rio Grande Valley" (Texas). You Know What I'm Sayin'? is a celebration of the common experience of language and culture transfiguring time and place and juxtaposing the politics of urban hip-hop America with the lyricism of rural deep South Texas, a retelling of ancient history sung by a contemporary voice. With an introduction by Fulbright Scholar Dr. Debbie Cole, a ... more
by Walter Joseph Schenck, Jr.A vivid and enchanting exploration of different doggie stories and poetry written for the true dog lover filled with outstanding illustrations. A fabulous treasure to cherish above all other doggie books.
by Gina Marie StanishUnlock the Key is a collection of stories (told through poetry and each with their own unique introduction) inspired by actual events, pictures, ideas, feelings, and people that were, are, and always will be a very special part of my heart.
by Lisa C. MillerI want to allow God's light to shine through all the broken places in my life. One heart at a time I want to reach the spiritually disconnected and introduce them to Jesus through my writing so living an ordinary life is no longer an option. I want to share my daily struggle to represent God in my everyday life. I want them to realize they are not alone. We are in this struggle together.
by Lisa C. MillerI want to encourage people through the written word with the help of the whispered power of The Holy Spirit I write about the beauty and simplicity of life. Through my writing I want to reveal the beauty of Christ. I listen for the Lord's direction and write what is put on my heart to encourage the lost and broken souls of the world. I have been told that my writings remind people of the Psalms of David. I am similar to Ruth Graham Bell and Helen Steiner Rice. I have finally come to realize my p... more
by Collette OMahonyPoetry is the soul in words. The soul’s language is truth; this is a vibration that resonates in the heart of all sentient beings. Poetry does not require explanation, it is a feeling within. Poetry is a universal language that is understood in the heart of any nature open enough to receive it. The Soul in Words is a book of poetry and free verse written by the soul as it goes on an emotional journey to unveil its mysteries. Stillness enables the soul to connect with Universal Intelligence an... more
by Colenso Evelyn
A modern book of vision and introspection into social, political, gender, ethnic and cultural topics viewed, understood and explained through styles of verse, prose and quatrains.
by Colenso EvelynThere are 86,400 seconds in a day and I think about her with every single one. I had to tell the world about an amazing girl.
by Suzi MinorA delightful poetic children's story full of colorful illustrations, Nature's Angels follows a grandfather and his grandson along their journey as they encounter miraculous displays of nature. Inspiring prose and vibrant visuals invite the reader to imagine how the wonders of nature take shape, as angels help decorate the landscape. Nature's Angels is a fun and imaginative story for young readers and adults, too!
by Phenomenal ParisFasten your seatbelts, I'm going to take you on one hell of a ride. This story I'm going to share with you, please take precaution, it's known to blow minds. See it's about two lovers in love for the first time. Their relationship was so rocky, no one thought they could overcome the odds. So much damage was done, they didn't think this relationship could survive. But this love they have for each other, withstand it all. This love they share cannot be bounded. This love has no boundaries.
by Lucas ShakespereSurvivors is about the strength to overcome political and personal abuse and the hope that comes when you realise that good will always overcome evil in our very cruel and beautiful world.
by Renee WilliamsPoetry collection thoughts and feeling a woman may posses. The female is troubled in life and spirit.
by T.J. CheokasA heartwarming collection of poems for all mothers, Flowers for Mother is guaranteed to bring a tear to her eye and make her laugh. The masterfully written poems cover the vast array of emotions shared by mothers everywhere. As she reads, she will know that she is not alone and just how much she is dearly loved. Flowers for Mother is one of the best collections of poems ever written. A must-give gift for any wonderful mother in your life. The book also has many great poems for children that cou... more
by S.J WileyThis book was written and intended to console the emotions of every human being that has witnesses or has gone through real life experiences. Touching on situations dealing with faith/spirit, pain, love, joy and relationships, things the average individual deals with everyday, "life".