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  • El Camino Más Fácil- Edición Especial

    by Mabel Katz
    El Camino Más Fácil Edición Especial Resuelve tus problemas y toma la ruta que te llevar al amor, la felicidad, la riqueza y la vida de tus suenos. Incluye El Camino Más Fácil para Entender Ho'oponopono.
  • The Easiest Way to Grow/El Camino Mas Facil Para Crecer: Messages You Will Be Glad to Know/Mensajes Que Estaras Muy Feliz de Con

    by Mabel Katz
    Through Ho oponopono, an ancient Hawaiian art of problem solving, we learn that life can be easy. The sooner we realize we are the ones making it difficult and we learn how to get out of our own way, the better. Ho oponopono is the easiest way to let go of whatever is not us, so we can be ok just the way we are. Ho oponopono helps us find our natural talents and gifts, and gives us the confindence to be ourselves and follow our passions. Ho'oponopono will guide us and protect us. We disco... more
  • Dressing for God

    by Ming Xing
    Dressing for God is a self-help book that teaches girls how to be a virtuous woman through how they dress with true life stories, quotes, and reflection questions to help them get there all while drawing nearer to God through their style.
  • Learning ABCs with Jesus: A Teaching & Learning Tool

    by Gladys Amerson
    Learning ABCs with Jesus enhances literacy skills while teaching children simple Bible verses. Learning activities include: •\tlearning the alphabets •\tlearning sight words that begin with each alphabet •\tlearning to trace the alphabets using your finger/pencil •\tlearning pictures that reflect the Bible •\tlearning Biblical scriptures that apply to letters in the alphabet
  • Mama says, ''Money Doesn't Grow on Trees!''

    by Iris Marie Mack, PhD, EMBA
    A little girl growing up in New Orleans dreams about seeing the world. Soon she discovers that she could actually do this via mathematics. She’s all grown up now. Her name is Dr. Mackamatix. Now that she's fulfilled her dreams of traveling this beautiful planet, she wishes to show kids how they too can see the world through mathematics.
  • Guess Who it is you

    by Adel Aasher
    Guess who it is you, It Is fully a package of motivation, it is to show you who you are, what is your capcity. You are responsible for your life. Thanks
  • I would, but my DAMN MIND won't let me!

    by Jacqui Letran
    Do you believe that life is unfair or that change is impossible? Are you unhappy and frustrated with your life? If you answered yes, you’re not alone! Teen Confidence Expert, Jacqui Letran, is here to show you a quick and easy path to a happier, healthier life. You can learn to create permanent changes for the better! Your past can cause you to believe that making positive improvements requires a miracle. In Letran’s award-winning book, I would, but my DAMN MIND won’t let me!, you will learn ... more
  • How to Raise Respectful Parents

    by Laura Reagan
    How to Raise Respectful Parents is a teen’s guide to navigating adult culture by equipping teens with communication skills. Each chapter introduces a new communication skill by using real world examples and conversations between parents and teens. Teens will feel empowered as they try their new communication skills at home , school and work , laying a foundation for entering adulthood. These skills empower teens while enticing parents to read and practice the relationship building and communica... more
  • On the Verge of Sex

    by Terie Lynn
    This book is not to promote sex. It is the uncensored talk about sex, bad relationships and the reality of being a teen mom. The books purpose is not to preach, but to inform young women of what they are getting into if they decide to have sex. Throughout the book, young single moms share their stories.
  • A Girl's Rules for Life

    by Stacie Davies
    A Girl's Rules for Life is a compilation of 280+ suggestions for positive living (plus a Golden Rule). The book was written to advise adolescent, teen, and college age girls on how to navigate the sticky situations in life or how to avoid them altogether. Some rules are comical, some are serious but they are all meaningful.
  • Who Will Love Me?

    by Brittany Coleman
    Who will love me is about a girl by the name of Mia whom is searching for the love that God has already given her.
  • Success Stories Workbook V1: Insights by African American Men Workbook V1

    by Reginald Grant
    An inspirational collection of stories by 6 African American Men, 5 current college students from urban America and Reginald Grant. This workbook is designed to improve academic skills, including critical thinking (extraction of facts from each story and pre-writing organization), comparing their lives to the stories in the text and development of quality essays. This is accomplished by reading the text and using the tools after each story and in the back of the text. This workbook is in alignme... more
  • The King Inside: Practical Advice for Young African-American Males

    by Dr. Angelise Rouse
    The King Inside is Dr. Rouse’s heartfelt call to the young African-American men of this generation to take their rightful place in their homes, society and their communities. As a mother of two sons and six nephews, this book hits home with her life lessons and advice shared around her dinner table. Readers will be given a foundation on several life skill areas which calls their decision-making into action. Topics such as family, education, mentorship, friendship, entrepreneurship, and finan... more
  • You Wouldn't Understand

    by Eileen Ennis
    The sudden death of a beloved fourth grade teacher shocks the class and forces the students to explore the concept of death and how to cope with their emotions. Our nine-year-old protagonist thinks no one could possibly understand these feelings and decides to bottle them up. However, the more the other students discuss their past experiences with grief, the more our main character realizes opening up to the right person is actually helpful.
  • Don't Be Sad, Sad Sally

    by Sally Dufner

    Sad Sally is a simple yet powerful story about a girl who is kind of short and kind of round but is extremely sad. Sally doesn’t appreciate anything she has until her amazing dad shows her one simple but life-altering lesson. With depression, bullying, obesity and suicide prevalent in today’s society, Sad Sally was written to encourage children of all ages to “stop looking over the fence” and learn to appreciate the beauty life offers. When Sally asked her eight year o... more

  • Kids in Musicianland: Five Reasons to Stick With It

    by Karyn Rashoff
    28 true easy-to-read stories from musicians, radio hosts and educators explain the many reasons why sticking with music makes sense ... and fun. 1. You meet a lot of new people 2. You're part of a team 3. You're part of history 4. You get to travel 5. You balance your life with music Every instrument has a soul within it - the potential to rise above itself as wood or metal - to take life and sing. The musician is the magic that gives an instrument life. Be that magic.