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  • 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.
  • 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

    Is the American Dream really all it’s cracked up to be?

    A ten-year-old boy drifts off at the park and dreams about reaching the top of an octopus-shaped skyscraper in an urban fantasy world reminiscent of Corporate America. An unsuspecting job candidate, Dakota lands a position at the Creature Company and encounters several human-like animals that echo the variety of workplace personalities and regional dialects within the United States on his way.

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  • Michael Discovers The Secrets Of Jazz

    by Maurice Dogue
    Michael Discovers The Secrets Of Jazz is an inspiring children’s story about a boy’s discovery of himself and his gifts. His love of jazz music is rooted in imagination, history and self-expression. Michael’s experience is nurtured by the special bond shared only with his grandfather.
  • Christmas Eve at the Aquarium with Scuba Santa

    by David Alan DeBoer
    A Night at the Aquarium with Scuba Santa We all know the story of jolly old St Nick… Chris Kringle… Santa Clause, who delivers toys to good little girls and boys on Christmas eve. But did you know his work doesn’t stop there? What if told you Santa Clause had another mission on Christmas eve, one that involves Scuba Diving?! This is the story of Scuba Santa’s visit to the Aquarium! Readers will get to follow Scuba Santa’s most important Christmas Eve mission. Follow him and his two fun... more
  • Out of Slavery: A Novel of Harriet Tubman

    by Carol Trembath
    Who Was Harriet Tubman? Hear the truth about her life, times, and legend! Harriet spent twenty-nine years in slavery. She was uneducated, poor, and abused, but became a great leader in American history known as the woman called “Moses”. Out of Slavery: A Novel of Harriet Tubman is a story that follows the perilous path of the Underground Railroad and the tragic costs of the Civil War. This compelling tale is seen through the eyes of Cece, Tilly, and Lou, as Harriet conducts them to safety al... more
  • Running with You

    by Adam Wan
    "I just want to live my life!" Said Haruna Kou, a girl who wakes up without memory nor knowledge of her surroundings in Tokyo, Japan. She meets teenager Touma Mabuchi, and starts living with him.When asked of what she truly wants, Haruna replies those very words— that she just wants to live her life; without a care to who she was.But upon the eve of the Sumida Fireworks Festival, her past begins to unfold before her own eyes.
  • How Toadfrog Met Sweetie

    by Jason Burks
    Toadfrog, the handsome frog, meets Sweetie, the beautiful forest fairy, and falls head over webbed feet in love with her! But Toadfrog decides to leap around the world and realizes it's a lonely lily pad without Sweetie. He jumps home and discovers Sweetie has been swooped up by a dashing, feathered fellow! Will Toadfrog hop to it and win Sweetie's heart? This inspiring, love story, based on true events from the author's life, will brighten your day with colorful illustrations, funny characters,... more
  • Ripples and Waves ISBN: 978-0-9907446-6-5

    by Carol Trembath
    Ripples and Waves is an award-winning book in the Water Walkers Series regarding protecting the Great Lakes. It is the third book in the series which includes: Water Walkers, Stepping Stones, and now Ripples and Waves. This incredible story focuses on Mai, a fictitious Ojibway girl walking around Lake Huron with her family and Native people from various tribes. Though fiction, the story is based on The Mother Earth Water Walkers, a real-life group of Native women and men who circumnavigated the ... more
  • SPLENDOR the Magnificent

    by Rebecca Bielawski
    Splendor is a fine-looking bird with glorious feathers; violet, emerald and a touch of turquoise. He has loads of fans always telling him how awesome he is. They shower him with expensive gifts of jewellery and the best quality bird seed money can buy. What else could he ever want? What else could there be? Splendor is about to find out that maybe beautiful, fancy feathers are not the most important thing. In fact... they don't really matter at all.
  • The Moon Is Following Me

    by JQ Sirls
    A little boy humorously attempts to convince his family that the moon is following him every night. Known to be a bit worrisome and over-imaginative, each family member laughs and dismisses his theories as make-believe. The catch? This time, he's right.

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