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  • The Kitesurfing Kid

    by Adrian Straight
    The Kitesurfing Kid is an adventure story of a little boy who wants to travel the world. He learns to kitesurf at a young age and ventures to cross the Pacific Ocean by kite. Local history, knowledge, and native language both enrich the story and act as an educational tool for the reader. The Kitesurfing Kid is a fast-paced story that will keep the reader eager to find out where the adventure goes next.
  • I Love: Animals and Me

    by Laura Lynn Doyle

    I love Animals and Me is a fun, rhyming and delightful picture book encouraging awareness and love to all animals, including self-love; which is often forgotten. Love is the highest positive emotion that we can experience and share. Within the colorful pages of I Love Animals and Me, children are inspired to be kind and loving to themselves, others and animals. I love Animals and Me: Raising the positive emotion of Love for all, including the power of self-love.

  • Alleppey taxi

    For unwinding and mind refreshment individuals initially favoring voyaging either with companions or family . So for venturing to every part of the medium is significant . In prior occasions every one of them in our nation donot have vehicles for their normal life .around then individuals incline toward basic transportation for the utilization . Be that as it may, presently the circumstance is changed each family have atleas one vehicle in their home . Be that as it may, for going with more indi... more
  • You Can

    by Merci Lakesha McKinley
    You Can uses rhyming verses to build self-esteem in children. It empowers them to believe in themselves through encouraging poetic devices and vibrant illustrations. You Can lets children know they can color outside the lines and love the way it shines. They can think outside the box and love to wear mixed matched socks. They can try with all of their might and love to think it is alright. You Can fosters a healthy sense of self-worth in children ages four to six.
  • Listening With Our Hearts

    by Elizabeth Maas
    Collection of. Children's short stories & rhynes Filled with dynamic lessons , moving to the beat and drum of a child's imagination
  • Small Feats & Tall Tales: Poetry, haiku and very short stories

    by Charley Elbow
    Dragons burps, unicorn horns and the moon, friendship, difference and whiffy socks, witches, wizards and ghosts, a little sadness, adventures of Chameleon Cat and more. An engaging, fun, thought-provoking and inclusive book of over 170 poems and very short stories. It offers suggestions for ways readers may begin to express their own ideas, thoughts and creativity. "..a lovely collection of poems" - Give A Book charity.
  • An Orphan's Rapbook

    by Dhruv Gupta
    An Orphan's Rapbook is a collection of 15 rap-poems written in the persona of an orphan. Straight from an orphan's heart, these poems revolve around the themes of friendship, family and justice, and are bound to take their readers on an unforgettable journey through the emotional turmoil of a young orphan's mind.
  • Oh, the A**holes You'll Meet!: A Comic Book Poetry-Guide To Life

    by Shwa Laytart

    "Oh, the A**holes You'll Meet!" is a comic book poetry-guide to life that will make you giggle, nod your head and have you mumbling, mmhmm, as you read through each page. Do you have a relentless A**hole in your life? Or do you want to guide someone special in your life from becoming an A**hole? Writer Shwa Laytart originally wrote this poignant, parody poem for his daughter when she graduated high school as a light-hearted guide to life.

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  • Lock Away the Monsters

    by Joseph Olsen
  • Singing and Dancing Across Liberia

    by A. J. Kandakai
    This book of genuine and authentic Liberian songs shall serve as a primary source material for the general, as well as serve as an instructional tool by music teachers of young Liberians enrolled in institutions of learning scattered across Liberia. An additional dream of this author is that music lovers in diverse communities such as Clay Ashland and Cebu City, Bomoja and Birmingham, and the depressed areas of West Point and metropolitan Washington, DC, can assemble their dancing partners on da... more
  • Gratis

    by Hurshitha Vasudevan
    Women have to face a lot of struggles in the patriarchal society that we live in. They are subjected to constant prejudice. Therefore, as a member of this society, the author needed to let her emotions out and that is how Gratis was born. Gratis, in Greek translates to being free. The author gives it her own meaning- ‘of breaking free.’ Gratis is a collection of 22 Narrative Poems about women, for women, by a woman. The poems have multiple themes in them and all these themes focus on the emotion... more
  • Call in Well

    by Timothy Orley
    Let?s Call In Well and explore a new world together. We?ll take a trip to Backwardville, have dinner at Big Betty?s Pizza, and learn all about the Not-So-Super Heroes. We?ll proceed with caution as we approach the Wee Pirates, a terrible talking toad, and a rare blue elephant. Can you sleep standing up? Would you like a helicopter boat? Have aliens ever taken your homework? All this is possible and more. Join us for a collection of poems, where the common is crazy and the simple is silly. Let?s ... more
  • Midnight Comes (Refractions: Fairytales between the lines)

    by SJ Blasko
    Once upon a time... There was a sorceress, who cursed a prince to become as beastly as his pride There was a daughter, who watched from her window and ached to see the world There was a mermaid, who traded her voice for a human soul There was a stepmother, who saw beauty only in others, never in herself And there was a boy, who forgot the warmth of love. The six narrative poems which make up Midnight Comes are the debut collection of author SJ Blasko. Explore the darker, more human side ... more
  • The Not-so Crazy Cow

    by Dragana Vucic Dekic

    The Not-So Crazy Cow is a humorous, rhyming story about a cow who believes that the grass is greener somewhere else. Despite having royal treatment in her homeland of India, she longs to discover the big world. One day, she packs her bags, puts on her best hat, and sails from India to Europe. One wise stork tries to warn her of the upcoming challenges, but the cow follows her adventurous spirit to discover this for herself. Her journey is full of unexpected situations and very soon, the cow s... more

  • The Trickster: Poems for Very Clever Children & Silly Adults

    by Daniel Klawitter
    "There's no doubt kids will enjoy reading these charming poems, but you may want to buy an extra copy for yourself in case your kids won't share. Like Shel Silverstein before him, Klawitter plays to a child's funny bone as well as a child's thoughtfulness. An irresistible combination." --Robert Schechter: Poet, translator, and winner of the 2016 X.J. Kennedy Parody Award.
  • Beware of the Thought Bubbles

    by Ross Libby

    In this exciting collection of poems by Ross Libby, you'll learn about Dingbats, Whatchamacallits, Thingamajigs and more. You'll meet The Boy Inside and visit the Zipitty Zapitty Zoo. Just watch out for thought bubbles with claws and snakes that hiss at you!