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  • The Adventures of Ivy and Kimber

    by Kimber Snyder
    The Adventures of Ivy and Kimber is a true story that tells how a pony with handicaps and this little girl became best friends through patience and time. The Adventures of Ivy and Kimber is filled with examples of positive morals, and it teaches children to care for pets the very best they can. It also shows that waiting for something you want can seem to take forever but it is worth it. At the end of the book they're blessed with an extra-special surprise.
  • Wise Tales From the Jewish World: The Essential Collection

    by Uri Kaplan
    This book contains fifty-five of the most enlightening and amusing fables the Jewish tradition has to offer. It includes ancient stories taken from the Talmud and the Midrash, as well as more recent tales borrowed from the charismatic rabbis of the Hassidic Movement. Reading these tales will not only teach you about Judaism but will also inspire you to ponder life and death, and anything in between. If you take them seriously, these stories may make a real impact on the way you view your life.
  • My Mix Is Beautiful and So Are You

    by J. Criss
    Join Julianna as she shares her views on being biracial and loves who she is. She knows that true beauty comes from within. She believes in herself and she believes in you too!
  • Predicting Success in Completing the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults

    by Laurence F. Aucella
    Predicting Success in Completing the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults regards the process of RCIA, the process by which one becomes a convert to the Roman Catholic Faith. It also contains valuable history about Christianity and how it has evolved over the centuries that will aid in nourishing the faith and increased the knowledge of both new converts and life-long Catholic. This book is dedicated to the memory of Sister Dorilda Flynn of the Sisters of Saint Anne, Anna Maria College.
  • Interfaith Peace Curriculum for Kids

    by Rev. Dr. Vicki Michela Garlock
    Unit 1: Peace of our Interfaith Made Easy curriculum consists of 4 volumes for 4 different age groups (Preschool-Kind., Lower Elem., Upper Elem., and Middle School). Each volume contains 15 lesson plans, and each lesson plan includes a story, a craft, and an activity. Seven lesson plans center on stories found in the Christian Bible. Seven lesson plans center on stories from other faith traditions, including Buddhism, Hasidic Judaism, Islam, Native American, Sanatana Dharma (Hinduism), Sikhism, ... more
  • We All Have Sacred Spaces

    by Rev. Dr. Vicki Michela Garlock
    We All Have Sacred Spaces is a non-fiction book geared to kids age 4-10. It highlights Indigenous sites, Hindu mandirs, Buddhist temples, Christian churches, Jewish synagogues, Islamic mosques, and Sikh gurdwaras. The overall goal is to promote compassion, to enhance religious literacy, and to highlight both the similarities and differences found both within and across faith traditions. The book uses real-world photographs of sacred spaces from around the world and includes thought questions thr... more
  • Pearl's Journey in Search of a Home

    by Terry Bushey
    “Hello my name is Pearl. I think I am a good dog. I love being alive and enjoy all that life has to offer.”Pearl’s journey is an eye-opening story about the mistreatment that goes on with our furry friends that have no voice and the fight to stop it. Pearl faces heartache and neglect but does not give up hope and finds her true self, gains confidence, and learns to grow and thrive to be the best version of a dog she could be. She pays it forward in the sweetest way.This book is a message of insp... more
  • Brilliant Mobile App Ideas You Should Invest in 2020

    by Alex Joseph
    Brilliant Mobile App Ideas You Should Invest in 2020 | new app ideas | great app ideas | best mobile app ideas
  • Top 10 JavaScript Frameworks To Consider In 2020-VerveLogic

    by Alex Joseph
    Guide To The Top 10 JavaScript Frameworks To Consider In 2020 - you will get to know about the top 10 JavaScript Frameworks to consider in 2020.
  • Arriba Baseball!: A Collection of Latino/a Baseball Fiction

    by Edward Vidaurre
    From Dodger Stadium to the Astrodome, from the Río Grande Valley to Chicago, from Veracruz to Puerto Rico, from high-school teams to stickball in the streets, from the lessons of fathers to the excited joy of daughters, from massive cheering in the stands at Wrigley Field to the dynamics of family and community echoing on the diamond, these fifteen stories use the sport of baseball to explore geographical, cultural and dream-like spaces that transcend traditional notions of the game and transfor... more
  • The Brave Bepin Bear

    by Dhanalakshmi Ramaswamy
  • Everything You Need to Know About Android Q

    by Alex Joseph
    Google has clearly informed that they have made improvements in the Android Q that will help the applications to take advantage of the large screen foldable devices. The major changes include on pause and on resume that support the multi-resume and also notifies your app the moment it has focus. They have also changed that resizable activity manifest attribute that helps you manage your app’s display on the large foldable screens. They have also added an Android emulator to support the multiple ... more
  • Is There Something in the Woods?

    by Shawn A Meekins
    A pair of brave and bold sisters, London and Laiyah, will take your child’s hand and guide them through a night of exploration and wonder. Theirs is a journey that connects the vibrant world with the limitless potential for imagination.
  • Healthcare Heroes: The Medical Careers Guide

    by Mary Choy, PharmD, BCGP, FASHP, Michele B. Kaufmanm PharmD, BCGP

    Healthcare Heroes: The Medical Careers Guide gives you the unfiltered, unedited, no-holds-barred version of what it’s really like to be a healthcare professional in the 21st century. This book features some of the best and top healthcare jobs highlighted in the U.S. News & World Report. It serves as a useful resource for readers of all ages, middle school and up. 


    With expert insights and strategies, this book helps readers find their best... more

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    by Arzu Tunca
  • Why We Stay Home: Suzie Learns about Coronavirus

    by Devon Scott
    Suzie is really excited to be able to stay home with her Mommy, Daddy, and older sister Millie! When Suzie expresses this to Millie, she explains to Suzie why they have been staying home with a quick lesson on coronavirus.

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