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  • I AM Manifesto

    by SB Hilarion

    A book of 366 mantras or affirmations to raise and encourage the self-esteem and self-belief of children (plus adults), told through the eyes of young siblings Hao Finley Lee and Sabine Yi Lee. Written in the form of a journal and calendar, there is a mantra for each day of the month that Hao and Sabine focus on for their own personal growth.

  • What Matters: Lessons Learned from Life

    by Phil Rainwater
    What Matters is a book about lessons learned from life, and the experiences shared by everyone. The experiences touch on many topics, covering a multitude of situations. They reflect on different stages of personal growth, such as parenting, risk, learning, and self-esteem. The lessons are written as a series of quotes, and each quote is illustrated with a child s work of art. The accompanying art provides a visual underscore and emphasis to the quotes in a provocative, striking, yet free-flowin... more
  • I Can See Peace

    by Julie Penshorn

    This award-winning book features multicultural children and children of varied abilities, finding peace in situations where peace could be hard to find. Kids and adults alike learn to seek peace using mindful breathing and more, to cope with their various struggles. Realistic scenarios help children believe that peace can be found if they seek it.

    Seeing peace is the first in the developmental stages of children as peacemakers. It is interconnected and overlapping with being peace and w... more

  • I Want to Be a Boy

    by Hope Sarna
    Recent release “I Want to Be a Boy” from Page Publishing author Hope Sarna is a compelling picture book for little girls who can identify with Belle’s problem— Belle is not a girly girl; she likes sports, dinosaurs, and pirates, and she hates dolls and fairies; but thanks to the widespread belief of what is proper for boys and girls, she thinks she can’t have all that and still be a girl; however, her wise and accepting mother has surprising and wonderful news for her.
  • Champion English: How to Speak English Fast

    by tamilla palmer perera
    What do you do when you’re an English teacher with a large class and while your back is turned, suddenly a new student walks through the door who hardly knows any English? That happened to me in my middle school ELD Class and that’s why I wrote this book to bring you the same relief that I got after I was organized! Champion Beginner English Level 1- Buy one book today and receive 16 hours of free* YouTube LIVE lessons! Suitable for all ages! This book has directions on each page in English, Chi... more
  • Let's Help Each Other *can You Relate to These Stories*

    by Lakyshia Shelton
    Let's help each other *Can You Relate to These Stories* is a book about Aids, Rape, Suicide, HIV, depression, pain of betrayal, Abuse... Etc. I'm trying to reach out to the young kids and anyone who may need help and trust me I’m not done yet. I take you deeply into personal feelings and emotions as your reading this novel you can actually picture what I've seen and dealt with. There is a lot of things people don't want to hear about and scared to speak on, but let me be the voice to speak for t... more
  • I Want a Pet

    by Warren Bolton
    I Want a Pet: A P-E-T was born out of a dad?s sincere but fun-loving attempt to help his sons cope with not being able to have a cat or dog due to one of them having allergies. Dad devised a game the family could play when riding along in the car, waiting for food to arrive at a restaurant, or sitting in the confines of their living room. That game led to this wonderfully illustrated book. The book?s catchy cadence and simple, repetitive rhyme will charm young minds. It unlocks the imagination a... more
  • Countdown to Greatness

    by Michael Carter Griffin
    “Countdown to Greatness” “(C2G)” is designed to ignite and re-ignite an individual’s awareness of their potential. The book reminds us that all individuals have greatness within them, and that we all have the ability to make a positive difference in the lives of others. By helping others, we help ourselves to become better individuals, and move closer and closer to our own potential and to greatness. When we understand the internal emotional reward of helping others, we begin to see not only... more
  • Revealing The Excellence Within: The Neuro Way To Improving Astuteness, Behavior and Safety Awareness For Teens, Tweens & Family

    by Landon Michael Douglas
    Utilizing The 12 Cornerstone Character Traits for comparison, RTEW infuses Cognitive Neuroscientific Concepts while exploring real-world scenarios to build confidence with improved astuteness, behavior and safety awareness in children ages 8-18.
  • Silence the Noise

    by A.M. Garcia
    Silence the Noise is a life-changing inspirational novel directed towards children and adolescents on ways to overcome external influences and overwhelming internal destruction. Giving students ways to overcome the battle of suicidal thoughts, anxiety, and depression.
  • My Brother Has Autism: Understanding Autism Through the Eyes of a Sibling

    by Bernadette Swindells
    Bernadette's son was diagnosed with autism. The journey she has been on raising him has inspired her to write this educational and heart-warming book. This book shows some of the main characteristics of autism, and it was written with the hope of helping its readers open their minds and hearts to accept and acknowledge disabilities and the differences in all of us. The photographs throughout the book show a very real picture of life with autism within her family. Both educational and an enjo... more
  • Nia & the Numbers Game: A Teenager's Guide to Education, Relationships & Sex

    by BTH Creations LLC
    BTH Creations, LLC is proud to announce their debut book release NIA & THE NUMBERS GAME, A Teenager’s Guide to Education, Relationships & Sex. The book is aimed at teenage girls and their parents, and it chronicles the adventures of its engaging African-American heroine Nia Ferguson through puberty and beyond. Written by Dr. Kela Henry, an Atlanta family physician, the book is designed as a user-friendly guide for the adolescent girl, to help her learn about the changes occurring in her body as ... more
  • NIA & THE NUMBERS GAME, A Teenager's Guide to Education, Relationships & Sex / ISBN #: 978-0-9995736-0-0 - Paper Back/ISBN #: 97

    by Dr, Kela Henry
    BTH Creations, LLC is proud to announce their debut book release NIA & THE NUMBERS GAME, A Teenager’s Guide to Education, Relationships & Sex. The book is aimed at teenage girls and their parents, and it chronicles the adventures of its engaging African-American heroine Nia Ferguson through puberty and beyond. Written by Dr. Kela Henry, an Atlanta family physician, the book is designed as a user-friendly guide for the adolescent girl, to help her learn about the changes occurring in her body as ... more
  • The $20,000 T-Shirt: Life Lessons (and Fart Stories) from the Greatest Father the World Has Ever Known

    by Devon Weaver
    The task was difficult; the obstacles, many. For the love of his kids, a spreadsheet guy was forced to play in the literary world. The $20,000 T-Shirt is the response to my shortfall as a parent. I’m passing down to my kids what I know to be true, not out of moral obligation, but out of love.
  • The $20,000 T-Shirt: Life Lessons (and Fart Stories) from the Greatest Father the World Has Ever Known

    by Devon Weaver

    The $20,000 T-Shirt is a long advice letter to my kids, things I wish I knew or heard growing up.

    I told my kids when to follow the advice of a murderous drug lord, college is a bad idea (like one of the worst ones you can have), never trust a big butt and a smile, and of course, envy is a great thing and seeking happiness is a waste of time.

  • I'm Not Perfect: But God Still Loves Me! (Mac and Cheese Books for the Heart) (Volume 4)

    by Jebediah Jenkins
    I'm Not Perfect (book four in this series) is a unique children's book with a wonderful message for children who may not be perfect but are still loved by God! An owl named Mr. Jenkins takes children through a series of positive and negative circumstances and reassures them that although they are not perfect, God still loves them! In addition, this is an interactive book that will give children many hours of fun and laughter as they look for Mr. Jenkins the owl who is carefully hidden in each pi... more

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