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by Andrea K. SpoorDesigned with teenage girls in mind, That's So Diva! reveals the true power and divine guidance that girls have within - their inner diva. It assures girls that they are not alone and then challenges them to change their current ways of thinking and being so they can change their experiences and successfully manage the dramas of the teenage years. The diva, an essential guiding goddess, empowers girls to use their voice, make healthy choices, and experience more happiness during the teenage y... more
by Kathleen BoucherNine Ways to Empower Tweens #LifeSkills is a self-help book for tweens. Fraternal twins Emma and Elliot teach tweens practical life strategies that they've learned from their parents and teachers. These life skills include how to have more confidence when presenting in class, the importance of work ethic, a simple writing technique to help deal with anger, and more. There are exercises at the end of each chapter that tweens can use to integrate what they've learned.
by Melissa BoydFrom the letter A to the letter Z, B is for Breathe celebrates the many ways children can express their feelings and develop coping skills at an early age. Fun, cute, and exciting illustrations, this colorful book teaches kids numerous ways to cope with fussy and frustrating emotions. This book will inspire kids to discuss their feelings and practice calm down strategies.
by J. Mummey
Bunny rabbits are one of the cutest animals on the planet. In addition to being adorable, happy rabbits often perform a highly entertaining feat of spontaneously twisting and leaping into the air (aka binkies). These qualities alone entice buyers from all over the world to purchase rabbits as pets.
If you fell under the fluffy spell of the bunny rabbit and have no idea how to raise it, this book will help you. This book gives readers a good idea of what is needed and what to expect... more
by Dionne L FieldsWhen I was only 7 years old my two brothers and I was placed in foster care in Tyler Texas. And when I was 42 years old i became an orphan when both of my parents had died. Today, I want to open the first all sibling family foster & orphan home in Atlanta, Georgia.
by Jack RunionDeath . . . no one likes to talk about it, but at some point, we all have to deal with the loss of a family member or friend. As adults, we know death is inevitable, yet when it happens we still have so many questions. Now imagine the confusion and questions that bombard a child's mind in the same situation. After 'While, Crocodile takes us on the journey of a little boy named Sammy as he and his family are faced with the impending death of his great-grandfather. Then they deal with his death, a... more
by Babu Moses
by Wayne HossA boy at school walks in with an assault rifle and starts shooting other students, teachers, and everyone else in sight. A man walks into a movie theater and starts shooting people who did nothing wrong, they just wanted to go out and have a good time. A man enters a mall and opens fire on innocent people that did nothing to him. These shootings are almost becoming an everyday occurrence and people always ask the same question “Why?”. A child, just a little girl of a tender age, comes home from... more
by Brett BlumenthalI Wish for You is a celebration of wildlife and the human spirit. It explores the values and qualities we hope our children will adopt to become strong, happy and secure individuals, and how these qualities can be learned from the wondrous creatures on the planet.
by Leticia MurphySuicide affects everyone, including children. Coping with a parent’s suicide brings additional challenges. “A Heart for Mommy” is to help children normalize their grief, and to offer the surviving parent information to help the child move forward in the healing process.
by Peter JustusIt began with a personal epiphany that occurred in a most unlikely circumstance. That epiphany sent me on a personal journey that changed the way I live my life. If you follow me on this excursion through time and mental space, you will be exposed to discussions of DNA and a few billion years of evolution, the minds of crows, a Viennese school of psychotherapy, orgasms, chocolate cake, heroin, money, politics, and religion. You will find out what certain Hollywood movies, the evil gods of golf, ... more
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by Alex KAre you ready to change your life to be happier and waking up with a zest for life every day? Then this book Light up your soul is for you. Fasten your seat belt as this book is transforming your life into happiness in a creative way. This book teaches you how to use mixed media art with an easy to follow, step-by-step guide that makes being creative daily fun and heals you at the same time. It only requires one happy hour a day.
by June RoussoWritten for both bullies and their victims, I Don’t Want to Bully Anymore helps bullies to build confidence and character strengths like kindness, self-regulation, social intelligence, perspective along with others. Twenty-four character strengths are presented based upon the VIA Institute on Character classification. I Don’t Want to Bully Anymore is written as a young person’s anti-bullying guide and is presented in a colorful and poetic style to engage readers. Thought-provoking questions ... more
by Lee Allen
"Sober." is a book of self discovery covering the last four years of my life. A time of loss, depression, forgiveness, and happiness influenced by my relationships and questionable decisions. I believe it takes acceptance and abstinence to become mentally and emotionally sober. My book uses poetry and illustrations to open the body, heal the wounds, and accept the scars that will forever be.
by S LothGenuine human interaction and pondering what’s around you. “Old School for a New Generation” will get you thinking about people, circumstances, and your surroundings from a different perspective. An easy read that’s thought-provoking and won’t put your feet to sleep. And down the road you might not have to look back and ask yourself: “If I knew then what I know now…”