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by Kelly Anne WhiteThe Legend of the Fairy Stones is folkloric fiction, scientific fact, and whimsical artwork blended beautifully in a lyrical verse-driven fairy tale. This unique stand-alone picture book shares the fictional legend of how real-life fairy stones were formed. Woodland lore has it that the cross-shaped stones came from the solidified tears of forest fairies the day they heard that Jesus died. The Legend of the Fairy Stones takes readers on an upbeat journey through a land filled with joyful fairies... more
by Jennifer Bryant
~ Where Magic and Mystery Take Flight ~
Angels in the Woods is a magical journey empowering both children and adults to be true to themselves and stay just as they were made… with a child’s heart, happy, loving, and worry-free.
In these mystical woods, a magical woman guides two beautiful children through the woods helping them understand some of life’s upsetting thoughts and feelings. Along the way, the children meet many woodland friends who share their magica... more
by Eliyahu JianThe tale of Joshy the snail is about a snail who accepts diversity and realizes that it is most important to focus on you that is within. Joshy the snail is a thinker who one stormy night wanders far from home. During the storm, Joshy falls and breaks his shell. Instead of focusing on the broken shell he travels home as the snail with no shell, Joshy the Thinker. Along the way, he sees his friends, but they do not recognize him. It is Joshy’s parents who instantly know it is him, even without hi... more
by Mihail MilitaruFulfillment is a book for your soul. We have a feeling that something is missing. We look back, we look forward, and we cannot say what it is, but we know we must find something that will bring us peace. Many of us are engaging in a journey that we can compare with “The Golden Rush.” We do not look for gold, we look for happiness, but soon we realize that happiness is not something that we can find but instead we can achieve. What is it? What we are looking for is called fulfillment, a journey ... more
by J.S. MilikThe world of angels is brought to life in this thrilling ride of friendship, beauty, mystery, and the greatest war between good and evil there has ever been.
by Karen FinnA twelve-chapter topical Bible study for young women addressing the common challenges and issues (a.k.a. “weeds”) that can damage or destroy their spiritual walk with God. Additional features include: group leader guidelines, the “What kind of fruit are you?” quiz and an online answer key. Topics include: Hypocrisy, Peer Pressure, Selfishness, Contentment and Purity.
by beverly boone“Daffodils of Damascus” is the first short story from Dr. Beverly Boone’s collection of inspirational stories for children, Let the Children Speak. Following each story are questions and activities to stimulate conversation and bonding among readers, parents, and Christian leaders. In this heartwarming story, seven-year-old Trey Stephens discovers that God has the power to change the human heart. Because of this powerful theme, “Daffodils of Damascus” is also an excellent story to share after in... more
by Jason GangwishIvan does many things very well. One thing he doesn't do so well is do his best. It takes a life lesson for Ivan to realize the importance of doing his best in everything he does. As adults we understand the reality of under-enthusiastic children when something is asked -- and under-motivated adults when we need to do something! The message of doing your best can be applied to all ages.
by Mimi ChesterThe inspiration for this story came from my two pets, Aki and Paris. Both are like little kids: cute, gentle, and very affectionate. And yet, like many kids, they are also silly, cunning, mischievous, and naughty. This could be the real story of an American family?a mom, dad, and their two kids, a boy and a girl. To be more precise, the two kids are not exactly kids but an adopted white puppy and a rescued Maine Coon kitten. The family is as diverse as any other American family today. One of the... more
by Elaine StienonLove, violence, and death on the American frontier play a part in this story of the early Mormons and their search for peace and freedom from persecution. Nathaniel, a young man from a Shaker background, has promised to help Hannah and her brother get safely from Ohio to Missouri, where her fiancé Dan is building a cabin for them. Despite his determination to assist, Nathaniel finds himself falling in love with Hannah. How can he hand her over to Dan and never see her again? His dilemma is m... more
by Pankaj Dwivedi
'The Possibility' is a book that revolves around motivation. everyone of us needs some or the other kind of motivation in every sphere of our lives- be it in our personal or professional lives. this book, by Dr. Pankaj Dwivedi surely sticks to its word and proves to be powerful in terms of motivation & inspiration.
by Rose B.Anonymity is the spiritual foundation of Alcoholics Anonymous. In that tradition, the author has decided to withhold her last name on this book which chronicles her gradual spiritual transformation from the first day she walked into an AA meeting until nine months later. It includes dreams, personal accounts of spiritual experiences, and reflections on topics discussed in AA as well as in books that the author found helpful in her spiritual quest that began well before AA. This sensitive acco... more
by Yeshi Dorjee and John S. MajorTenzin, a young shepherd in Tibet, prays to the Buddha every day, and wishes he could understand the languages of animals. The Buddha tells him his wish will be granted when his compassion is aroused. One day, Tenzin is amazed to hear a mother sheep sadly telling her lamb that she will be cooked and eaten by a rich man that night. Tenzin and the sheep escape to a distant valley, where the local king soon hears about the strange boy. Using his special gift, Tenzin is able to save a beautiful prin... more
by Doris Dancy-WhitesideWho Created the Definition of Beauty? is for anyone who needs reassurance, and it reminds us all that beauty is in the eye of the beholder. Author, Doris Dancy-Whiteside invites of to love everything about ourselves, knowing that we are created just as God intended.
by Erin SullivanYoung Kate feels sad, mad and even sick in her belly after witnessing a day of hurtful words towards herself and others. She longs for a way to bring peace to herself and to those around the world. No sooner does she ask the question how, when Patsy, the crow, flies in with wise words that put Kate on a path towards peace. Peace is a Choice You Make, is a whimsically illustrated book that persuades us to choose love and peace as a we make our way in the world. The author includes “Peacework Exe... more
by Laura DoyleMy Child, As You Grow Older offers a blueprint for children to learn from the changes they face as they grow. Written with a gentle and fun approach, this book presents a fresh perspective on some of the day-to-day challenges of life, and suggests a way that children can emerge from them with a positive outlook and renewed strength. Readers young and old will find My Child, As You Grow Older a celebration of resilience and self-esteem.