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  • Be: Be Unique. Be Courageous. Be Kind.

    by Michelle Tate
    We always ask kids, " What do you want to BE when you grow up?" They always respond with "firefighter, astronaut, teacher, and doctor." And that's what we expect to hear from that question. But this book encourages kids to BE humble humans and just plain good people. Be challenges kids to think bigger than a profession when asked "what do you want to be." The author encourages all kids to BE unique. BE accepting. BE courageous. Be kind to ALL. With simple wording and a profound message, "Be" all... more
  • Vacaciones Con El Huracán: Un Libro de Preparación Sobre Huracanes

    by Heather L. Beal
    Prescolares Lily y Niko descubren repentinamente cómo lidiar con lo inesperado cuando sus vacaciones cambian de natación y castillos de arena al prepararse para un huracán. Pero al prepararse para evacuar con su prima Emma y su familia, el peluche preferido de Niko se pierde. ¿Lo encontraran a tiempo de evacuarse o se quedará perdido el peluche familiar?
  • Férias Com Furacão: Um Livro de Preparação Para Furacões

    by Heather L. Beal
    As crianças em idade pré-escolar Lily e Niko fazem um curso intensivo sobre como lidar com o inesperado quando suas férias mudam de castelos de areia e natação para aulas de preparação para furacões. Mas enquanto as crianças se preparam para evacuar com sua prima Emma e sua família, o bichinho de pelúcia favorito de Niko se perde. Eles o encontrarão a tempo de evacuar com segurança? Ou esse membro felpudo da família ficará para trás?
  • Segways Repair Service UK

    by Charles Wheeler
    Official Hoverboards for teenagers Truth be told, a hoverboard could be a suspending stage (that seems like a skateboard while not wheels) which may be used for singular transportation. The term was produced for the flick Back to the more extended term II, anywhere saint Marty McFly flies into the more drawn out term to seem out that youths zone unit riding on suspending masses up while not wheels. How might they work? Self-modifying bicycles have a few of rudimentary portions: a spin... more
  • Let's Make a Cake

    by Heidi Schrack
    Meet the Buggie-Muggies! Sally is crafty and cautious, Gary is creative and silly, and Johnny is fearless and adventurous. These funny friends are always up to something exciting. Find out what happens when Sally wants to make a cake, but Gary has other plans.
  • The Empress' New Hair

    by SF Hardy
    Empress Zaina Niara of Detroit Charm is in constant battle with her unruly hair. But when she finds herself and her hair in trouble with two greedy villains, she soon learns ... her hair is less unruly and more versatile than she could have ever imagined.
  • Like A Salad

    by SF Hardy
    Ever had a salad with chocolate candy bars, peanut brittle, khaki pants and cherry tomatoes? Siblings, Assir and Xolani have. “Like a Salad,” explores nuances in skin tones through the eyes of children.
  • Oliver, A Story About Adoption - Updated (Updated)

    by Lois Wickstrom
    Oliver is stuck in his room. His father sent him there for playing in a tree that was too young to be climbed. Oh, if only he still lived with his birthparents! What could he do if he were with them? Be a scientist? Or a trapeze artist? Do other people wish for other parents when they are angry with their own? Updated to adoption language of the 21st century.
  • Did You Know?: love-light

    by Lisa White
    This children's book is about the energy of love, universal energy that is our true nature. Its amusing rhyme scheme and sweet illustrations invite readers to learn how to move their energy to create an internal environment for that love to flow more easily. This book was written for the child in all of us, and it is my hope that it will resonate with families who will learn to grow their love-lights together and then beyond themselves out into the world.
  • The Combat Zone

    by Aaron Lovely

    Fantasy Fiction unexpected journey of a teen through the biggest new game in the world at the time. Also, a discovering of his powers, making of friends, and a realization of what makes him unique. Unfortunately, he also hates this game with a passion.

  • 9781947041530

    by Lisa Kastner
    A young woman is sent to a reprogramming program by her mother which turns out to be full of horrors. Based on real world teen reprogramming industries. A must read for anyone who has considered sending their teens away to school.
  • Coaster

    by Paula Kluth

    Coaster lives in an animal shelter with many puppies (and a few kittens) who are looking for homes. All the pets know he will be the first of the bunch to be adopted. After all, he has a fine coat, floppy ears, and a shiny nose. Best of all, however, he has wheels--- speedy, spin-y, and somewhat squeaky wheels!

    When the people come, however, Coaster is not selected. Days pass and his “perfect person” does not appear. Coaster is so confused: How can everyone pass by such an a... more

  • Coloring within the Limericks

    by Gail R DeBole

    This is a coloring book that consists of illustrated limericks and is currently available on Amazon.com and various other retail websites.

  • Credit Repair Chicago

    by Jason Haskins
  • Philippe and The Marshmallow & Candy Floss Clouds

    by Lennice A. Norwood
    What if tomorrow’s weather report said that we could eat the clouds in the sky? What if some were said to taste like marshmallows and others, like candy floss? Would you hop on a plane tomorrow to eat the sky? Well, that’s exactly what happens to one young boy in Philippe and The Marshmallow & Candy Floss Clouds. Philippe is a boy with a big imagination. One day, the weather forecast predicts edible clouds that taste just like marshmallow and candy floss. Will Philippe finally be able to try th... more
  • Dakota and the American Dream

    by Sameer Garach

    When ten-year-old Dakota becomes bored sitting next to his mother on a park bench, he drifts off and falls into a dream in which he follows a squirrel down a game of hopscotch until he finds himself in a fantasy world populated by peculiar, anthropomorphic creatures.

    The satirical tale plays with many themes characteristic of America and its corporate culture as seen through the expert eyes of a child, giving the story popularity with adults as well as children. From a rudimentary persp... more

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