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by Brian TuckerIt's 1888, in Hazard, Kentucky... What will one day be known as The French-Eversole Feud (due west of the notorious Hatfields & McCoys) has ignited. Teenager Ezekiel Snopes must recover quickly from the loss of his younger sister--gunned down by a greedy feudist. He must now decide if he wants to live or die, remain at home, or, take a stand against such lawlessness in the Appalachian hills. Regardless of what he does, the feud wages on... This is a real period of American history. ... more
by JM SheridanFollow along with Mrs. Moomoo and Brianna as they go on another adventure. Today the happy twosome meet a young boy named Tommy, who has autism. French Fries in the Park is a great source for discussion, whether in a classroom setting or at home, that will help children understand what autism is and how it affects some children. The storyline is simple with charming full-color illustrations on each page that will easily captivate younger children. This story encourages children to be mindful and... more
by Russell Glass and Sean CallahanPetey is a Porpoise. He has lots of good ideas. Like when he convinced his octopus friend that he'd be a great bowler. But his best idea yet was holding a vote to save the dolphin pod he's a part of. You can read about that adventure in Voting with a Porpoise.
by Niall CunniffeScott the sock has never left his drawer. And why would he, when he's got his matching sock, Stitch, to play with? But when Stitch runs away, Scott must choose between the safety of the drawer or following his friend into the big scary world outside. Funny and charming, highlighting the importance of friendship today, Scott and the Runaway Sock is sure to warm the hearts of both children and adults alike.
by Jewel HartAfter his parents are killed, George, the Orphan Crow, starts a new life among the lively creatures of Blossom Valley and the enchanting butterflies that live there. But all is not as it seems… an evil ladybird, envious of the butterflies’ beauty lures them to a remote place with a wicked plan in mind. George becomes suspicious and flies out looking for them. But is he too late? Has the wicked ladybird already put her plan into action? This original, intriguing story is mainly told by the colorf... more
by Ashley Davidson-Fisher
La Petite Josette en Provence is an illustrated, bilingual, French and English language adventure and learning book which takes place in the medieval village of Les Baux-de-Provence. My daughter drew all of the illustrations.
The story centers around La Petite Josette, her sister Anne-Laure, and their parents as they take a day trip to Les Baux-de-Provence. During the visit they tour a castle, have a picnic lunch of delicious, typical French food, go inside a medieval toy store, and exp... more
by Carol WilliamsAddie’s passion for life is interrupted by a sequence of disturbing events, too tragic for her young mind to comprehend, yet she holds tight to what she remembers as the truth. Ultimately, she breaks, and only her mother’s songs will keep her safe. "My mother named me, Addie-May Myrtle Rose. I believed she bestowed her name to me out of deep affection. I soon realize the name was a double-edged sword, dipped in venom and surreptitiously designed to pierce the heart of a tyrant. Only it ricoche... more
by Diana Kizlauskas
North Pole Mayhem
Chaos and confusion sweep through Santa’s Workshop at Christmas when five elves walk off their jobs in search of “greatness.” Their misadventure with new holiday careers leads them to learn that they are each special in their own way. As Santa explains, they are already great when they work with love and care, tapping into what is their CHRISTMAS BEST.
Christmas Best is a colorful, beautifully ... more
by Diana Kizlauskas
HELP! There is only so much luck a Rabbit can handle...
LETTUCE! is a deliciously tall tale about sharing. Good fortune runs amuck as Rabbit watches his crop of lettuce grow and grow and GROW! What will he do with all this leafy goodness? Wacky neighbors help him solve his dilemma.
LETTUCE! is a colorful, beautifully illustrated picture book for children 3-6 years old. Funny, rhymed text is fun for adult... more
by Marie White
Have your kids always wanted to write a book?
Give your budding author the gift that keeps on giving, a book to co-write with Sophia the dog!
Kids even get to write their name on the cover and fill-in an "About the Author" page, complete with their picture.
- car rides
- hospital stays
- visiting grandparents
- a great birthday party activity! <... more
by Carolyn Blish
Award-winning artist Carolyn Blish rekindles our childlike wonder of a day at the beach in this full-color picture book. Spoken in verse and seen through the eyes—and hearts—of children at play, the story recounts a single day filled with sand castles, shells, and discovery. Stunning color artwork, read-along rhyme, and an inspiring message of loving bonds and God's bountiful gifts make this ideal for families to enjoy together.
by Stacy JubaBrothers battle on and off the ice in this action-packed young adult sports novel. It's head-to-head, skate-to-skate, winner takes all! T.J. has gotten himself out of the fancy prep school his father picked for him and into the public high school his twin brother Brad attends. Now T.J. is a shining new star on the hockey team where Brad once held the spotlight. And he's testing his popularity with Brad's friends, eyeing Brad's girl and competing to be captain of the team. Meanwhile, the bo... more
by Stacy JubaFace-Off’s McKendrick brothers return in the explosive sequel Offsides. Twin hockey stars T.J. and Brad have finally resolved their differences and forged a friendship on and off the ice. Now high school seniors, they focus on landing a commitment to a D1 school. What should have been the best year ever takes a nasty hit when the boys’ parents announce their divorce, and Brad makes a mistake that could impact his game eligibility. Meanwhile, T.J. faces off against their father, who opposes his d... more
by Julie PenshornThe delightful Barnyard Buddies engage everyone as they show how to use peaceful conflict resolution and dialogue for problem-solving! This rhyming, richly illustrated children's book, for ages 3 to 8, conveys important social skills and anger management tools. With a wonderful Parent and Educator Guide, and a complete Mentor Program Guide included, this is a comprehensive smart tool! Plus, kids love it! The Barnyard Buddies are angry because King is taking all the space under the shelter. Th... more
by Martii MacleanOnce upon a beach, there was an eleven-year-old girl called Isabelle Necessary. A girl with an unusual name and a rather extraordinary life. Left behind while her parents are off traveling, Isabelle roams around a sleepy beachside town getting into one sticky situation after another. She does her best to help the residents find their keys, watch over their stores and return their parrots, but not all goes according to plan for Isabelle. Fans of Beverly Cleary will enjoy this touching,... more
by Subhajit KharaFinding a good bookkeeper is a bit like finding a good family doctor – when you find one, you should never let them go. Now that we are well into the new financial year, we should all make sure we have a great accounts team backing us for the financial year, especially for those of us running our own small businesses.
A good bookkeeper vs a great bookkeeper
A good bookkeeper understands the process well and has the knowledge. A great bookkeeper is not only someone wh... more