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On a clear, summer day, four boys set out on an adventure that would be with them for the rest of their lives. The adventure would... merge present-day reality with the past. The lessons the boys would soon learn would be more than they would ever pull from the history books of the Civil War. Is there life among the dead? What the boys would run into would test the limits of their imagination. With the help of their fathers and a trusted Indian friend, they would come to understand life. read more

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Gabriel wants to thank his father Teodor Gherasim for teaching him to love bees. From Teodor's grandfather who taught young Teodor... bee-keeping, to Teodor's son who wrote The Story of the Queen Bee, the family tradition of loving and appreciating the bees' endless work continues. This fairy-tale was written for all the children who are afraid of bees. After they will read it, they'll not be afraid of bees anymore. read more

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The Adventures of Kitty Tom and Blossom is a three-part series of true stories written about many experiences the author and her b...lack kitten had together throughout their formative years. It's about their laughter, love, and tears. It has been written to help children find joy and happiness with their pets during the rough times growing up. read more

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This is a story of a typical mouse family as we peek in on them one Christmas Eve.

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Rhymes the Size of Dimes is composed of a series of easy-to-comprehend rhyming verse; the text should be found quite entertaining ...by those just learning the wonderful skill of reading. The book teaches the sound and sound blends that are found frequently in the English language. read more

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About the Ginkgo Tree The ginkgo belongs to a family of trees whose ancestors lived millions of years ago in China. It is a slende...r tree with fan-shaped leaves, which resemble ferns, growing on the end of the shoots. The fruit of the female ginkgo tree looks like a plum and contains a nut that may be roasted and eaten. The ginkgo is almost disease resistant, and the male trees are often used in landscaping. In our story, guess who the ginkgo might be. Maybe it’s sometimes you and sometimes me. Read The Ginkgo Tree, and you will see! read more

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Fairy Princess Melina's most favorite thing is to fly. Instead of practicing her fairy skills like her siblings, Fairy Melina uses... her invisible powers as she flies to far away lands to watch all the little boys and girls laughing and playing. She often wishes she could be like them. Then one day, the Fairy Queen Grandmother announced that it was time for all her fairy grandchildren to start thinking about what they would do with their fairy skill. Fairy Princess Melina could not think of anything special she could do with her skill but, she soon discovers that her job will be the most important job of all; being the tooth fairy! read more

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Jeanettie was named after Charlotte's mother whose name is Jeanette. Charlotte learned how to handle these situation's Jeanettie i...s experiencing from those she experienced in her childhood. Nearly all of Charlotte's life, Grandma Jeanette has fought for her through public schools, doctors and much more! Jeanettie's mommy is now fighting for those same things for her daughter. Jeanettie's daddy, Frank and brother, Sam are also learning how to fight for those same beliefs. It is Jeanettie's family's hope that someday everyone will treat each other equally and that the disabled will not be labeled as retard, cripple, dummy, or even noticed that a disability exists. The truth is that whether you're disabled or not, everyone should be treated the same. read more

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The Bell That Wouldn’t Ring is about a little boy’s curiosity as to why the town bell doesn’t ring one night like it usually does.... He then finds out the problem and learns how he can help to fix that problem. read more

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Life is a series of events that transpire from the moment of our conception to the moment of our death. As we reflect upon our liv...es the most remembered, cherished, and heartfelt events are our curtain calls. These curtain calls set the stage in terms of how we live and ultimately how we die. None of us know the number of curtain calls we will experience, but each of us has the opportunity to make those curtain calls a gift to the generations that follow. read more

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Leafy Leafs is a children's book that can be used as a bedtime story for the younger ones. Leafy leafs are of an oak tree deep in ...the forest where all the leafy leafs come out and play and have fun through the spring, summer and fall. Lester is hiding from all the rest of the leafy leafs. "Where is Lester?" Lester is the goofiest of all oak leafs. His favorite thing to play is hide and seek…even if he is the only one playing. This little guy also enjoys watching the bugs on the tree and plays with them for hours at a time. They look and look for days for Lester but can't seem to be found. Lester is enjoying his new adventure and finds new friends along the way. read more

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Ride along as we travel from the quiet of the country to excitement the of the city. Enjoy the "view" with striking imagery repres...enting a picture perfect ride through the eyes of a child. read more

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This book is aimed at the 3-7 year old. It was written to provide an extremely interesting read of eight commonly observed African... antelope. In beautifully illustrated drawings, the life of each named antelope is described. Aspects of protection and ecology are encouraged. read more

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This book's about being adopted when you're not a baby anymore. Some people think that only babies get adopted. That's not true. Y...ou can get adopted at any age. It's a great thing to happen to a family. It can be a little scary at first but it's a lot of fun. It happened to our family. My mom adopted me when I was seven years old. I get to do many things I didn't get to do before. I was a little nervous at first but not anymore. This story is about my life and what it was like to get adopted. Having a family to call your own is great. Someday I hope you have that feeling too. read more

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Thunder McCloud is a divorced woman whose life is in turmoil, a battle of erratic versus exotic. She discovers someone has broken ...into her neo-classic house to clean it. She keeps her lover baffled and bewildered after she gives him a six-week evaluation on being a friend, lover, and potential husband. He tells her, "Wasn't it just last month that you hosted a black-tie dinner in my honor and presented me with the bronze Badge of Courage award?" Her problems escalate when a psychiatrist tries to convince her that her lover is a figment of her imagination. A subplot takes the reader on a wild journey with a country gentleman from Thunder's past. Now a serial killer, he manipulates a young boy into setting up the meetings with his victims. His main requisite is the victim must have the name of a flower. The killer and Thunder are destined to meet, again. read more

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Gracie Blue is having an exciting day! She knows a secret! Follow along with her as she meets her friends and the excitement build...s. read more

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Choosing a lifetime career can be as simple as taking a field trip when you're ten.This is a field trip in a book. You'll spend th...e day in the forest with Kate. read more

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Writing this story was really fun. I asked my grown children. What should I try to write about? My youngest daughter said. "Write ...about when you were a kid!" That got me thinking about children I was in school with. Can you remember feeling lost in a different place? Did you dream, looking out the window? "I did." Patriotism seemed to be more important in those days. My dad was a World War 11 veteran, as many dads were.In this story my imagination went from geese, to war, to wanting to be a princess in our small town filled with hope and dreams. I love being a mom, grandma, new great grandma, foster mom and love helping children to be the best that they can be. read more

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Mary was happy to be living with her family in a spirit-free house. She didn't think about spirits or ghosts anymore. She thought ...her experience with spirits was a onetime thing. Little did she know that more encounters with supernatural things would occur. It was close to Halloween when Mary started having very real, scary nightmares. They were about a three-story haunted house in the woods. Mary loved haunted houses, but she had never heard of one that scared people to death. Until now! Will Mary be able to keep her family from entering this haunted house? Or will she be so scared from her nightmares that she won't be able to help anyone, even herself? Can she save her family once again from the world beyond? Will Mary be able to change the fate that awaits them on Halloween night or will she die trying? read more

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The author, Jimmy C. (Shorty) Mosley, was born in Gilbertown, Alabama. His family moved to Mississippi when the author was about f...ive years old, and he has resided there since. He and his wife Beverly have six children, thirteen grandchildren, and three great grandchildren. The author enjoys writing books and poetry. They share a small farm with donkeys, a horse, and dogs and cats. read more

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All grandparents need to beware of your grandkids. There are so many things that kids can get into during the day. Grandma has a h...and full through the chapters in this book. Just checkout what happens at the end of the day after the kids finish destroying grandmas house. read more

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Spring, summer, fall, and winter…each season has its own delightful things to offer. A little girl walks you through her little ...adventures from season to season giving ideas on how to entertain oneself rain or shine, hot or cold, there’s always something to look forward to. read more

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Bonnie Chyle is a master doll artist and her dolls have sold worldwide. Born and raised in Michigan, she now resides with her husb...and Greg in North Dakota. She has two children and a grandson. Sculpting dolls is one of the challenges she enjoys and offers her many rewards. The dolls featured in this book are of her creation. Dolls’ clothing designed by master designer Linda Rick. read more

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When a mother starts a new job, her son is sad about being left with a babysitter. She comforts him, letting him know that it is o...kay to be sad. They explore things that can help him feel happy while she is away. read more

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While two brothers are playing in their finished basement, they discover the drop ceiling has some little visitors. Visitors? Alie...ns from another planet? No, but little tiny mice. These little rascals have a way of getting their noses into trouble. Matthew learns how his dad intends to catch the mice but also learns the effect of sin in our lives. read more

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Maria's favorite thing to do is to play dress-up. Her imagination makes her dreams come true when she turns into the cat that she ...has dressed up as. Will being a real cat turn out to be as wonderful as she thinks it will be? Follow along in this delightful story to see what happiness really means. read more

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Walk through the memory of your youth, and think back to your days of innocence. That is the setting for the experiences and adven...tures of Sarah [Shaker] Ward and her lifelong buddy Arizona Youngblood. Set in Walnut Park, Pennsylvania, these two high school girls are as close as two human beings can be. Shaker, the main protagonist, is a very smart, intuitive young lady who has a gift for her expertise with computers and her uncanny instinct in solving crimes. Her unwitting partner, Arizona Youngblood, is an avid dancer who thinks her friend Shaker is brilliant but one track minded. Together they encounter situations that will keep your interest, restore your faith in human nature, and lift your spirits to new heights. Their stories might just inspire all of us to reach very high for our dreams that we thought were long lost. read more

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Patrick B. Humphreys shares his home with three cats, Callie, Gracie and Sienna, as well as his wife, Katria, and son, Cameron. Hi...s three felines are an inspiration for numerous paintings, as well as this book. Cats to Patrick are not just pets but are an important part of his family. Cats are living entities, and his paintings exemplify this notion. Cats deserve as much consideration as his wife or son. This book deserves as much consideration as a counting book for children as well as a painted celebration of the living entites of cats. Enjoy the “cats” of your life, and enjoy this book that celebrates their image. read more

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The Substitute Kid is a humorous story that follows the wild shenanigans that Michaela Davis and her best friend, Jessica Benson, ...continuously get themselves into. Michaela is a ten-year-old girl who loves to get into trouble. She devises a grand plot to get out of taking a history exam, but that plot backfires, and she eventually learns a great deal about herself. Did I forget to mention her scientist dad builds a robot that is an exact replica of her, and Michaela uses the robot to plot her biggest scheme of all? read more

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"An Encyclopedia for My Son" is a touching story with about a bright and curious teenager whose father buys him a set of encyclope...dias. His father, an avid reader, wants to instill a love of books in his three children. One night on his way home, he is injured in a car accident and slips into a coma. Inspired by his deep love for his father and a remarkable dedication to his family, Kent works diligently on his college thesis on comas. Ultimately, he discovers a way to awaken comatose patients, but not before overcoming the tragic death of his father. Scott Morton's first children's book has several important themes not the least of which is how good things can come from misfortune and how love can inspire a miracle. read more

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Katy Bear woke up, peeked out her window, and saw the snow. Right away she knew that this would be a wonderful white wintery day. ...What she didn't know is that by the end of this wonderful white wintery day she would learn a very important lesson about friendship. This is a great story that children will love and learn from too. It will stand the test of time and teach a lesson in sharing for generations to come. read more

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The Three Little Explorers is a story about three children--Jason, Justin, and Michelle--who go on a camping trip with their dad t...o Yellowstone and Glacier National Parks. The three explorers are quite adventurous and daring as they take on the majestic beauty of the Rocky Mountains with courage and enthusiasm that have their father exhausted and elated as he tries to keep up with their non-stop energy and enthusiasm. read more

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Do you ever think about all the activity little feet get into in a day’s time? Here is a book that takes the reader through a busy... day in the life of—you guessed it—little feet. Children and their little feet have so many things to do in one day! read more

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The clouds above send out a rumble that seems to echo the pain in Olivia’s heart. The tiny rain drops begin to fall and mix with t...he tears on her cheeks. How can this be happening? How can she face junior high without him? Olivia has just buried her best friend. Somehow she has to leave him here in this lonely place. Somehow she has to face tomorrow alone. Somehow she has to wake up each day without him and just remember to breathe. Melinda Chisolm was born in Greenville, Mississippi, and began writing as soon as she could hold a pencil. By the time she was in high school she was writing short stories and poetry about the Mississippi summers with her friends. She met her husband while attending college, and once her children were born, she quickly found a new passion in writing children’s stories. Melinda and her family currently live in Van Buren, Arkansas. read more

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Sometimes it’s hard when you don’t fit in. Annie knows how true that can be. Not only does the most popular girl in school not lik...e her, Annie also has a secret that she must keep from everyone. Annie’s dreams are coming true, and she knows that if anyone should find out, she will never fit in. Annie must learn how to open up and share her secret, and that sometimes the thing you see as your curse might actually be a gift. read more

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This is the tale of the Little Lazy Lizard. True to his name this lizard is LAZY; too lazy for his own good, in fact. He would rat...her wait for food to come to him and catch it with a net than make the effort to hunt and use his tongue. However; he isn’t the only one that wants to lie around all day waiting for food to come his way. For when he see a “little lazy fly lying there, he smiles a little sheepish grin and says to him…BYE-BYE.” After reading this story, you tell me what the moral of the story is…. read more

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Winter, Spring, Summer, Fall gives children a musical description of each season. The book reveals signs of winter, summer, spring... and autumn that children will easily witness for themselves and tells it in a delightful new way. read more

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A boy named Justin and his dad watched a giant bubble get so big that the bubble was almost taller than Justin. The strong wind ca...rried the giant bubble up over the trees, preventing the bubble from bursting. A rainbow formed across the bubble, giving the bubble colors of red, yellow, green, and blue. The wind spun the giant bubble in all directions. The swirling wind formed different shapes from the giant bubble. Justin and his dad had fun naming the shapes. The bubble went way up into the sky, making the bubble look small. The strong wind gave the bubble a rough time. The bubble then burst. Justin went from being scared of the giant bubble to having fun with his dad. He wanted to make another giant bubble. It was time for dinner. They plan to make a giant bubble again soon. Justin learned what makes a rainbow. He learned that a giant bubble is light in weight. He learned that a breeze begins to form a bubble. He learned that the wind could be strong. He learned that being farther away makes things look smaller. read more

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A troll living under a bridge bully’s three boys out of their lunch money. After weeks of buying candy every day, the troll gets... a terrible toothache. The same three boys come to his rescue, taking him to a dentist. By facing their fear, the boys gain a new friend and help him to understand that bullying is wrong. read more

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Learning About Feelings is a children's book aimed at teaching young children what selected "comfortable" and "uncomfortable" feel...ings mean and look like. This book will enhance a child's feelings vocabulary and enable them to begin to develop empathy towards other's feelings. Learning About Feelings also gives children several strategies to use when having uncomfortable feelings. read more

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If the World Were Made of Chocolate was inspired by a child’s love of chocolate and wishing everything were made of his fav...orite treat. It presents, in the first person, how the world might appear and what one could do in a chocolate world. And, at the end, it encourages the reader to dream of what his or her imaginary world would be made of and the silly, surprising, or even tasty possibilities it might bring. read more

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She was still clutching the heirloom tightly in her hand when she asked, “Why are you giving it to me? Won’t you want it when you ...get back?” “I won’t be coming back, sweetie,” Grandma said, new tears now rolling softly down her wrinkled cheeks. read more

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The Rocky Mountains of Beaver Creek, Colorado was the perfect place to have a birthday; especially if you were Chopper, the bear! ...Today was Chopper’s sixth birthday, and after hibernating all winter long, he was ready to get outside and celebrate. Chopper liked nothing better than to be out and about running through the woods with his animal friends. But today things were different because there were no animal friends to play with. You see, today all the bears had a secret. Well, almost all the bears. Chopper goes out in search of a friend and meets a skunk, porcupine, and duck along the way. Find out why no one wants to play with Chopper on his birthday and what surprise the animals have for him. read more

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Our story takes place at an orphanage in nineteenth-century London. A little girl there can't manage to stay clean, not just becau...se the only place she has to play is on the avenues of London, but because of merciless teasing about her unkempt appearance by the bullies at the orphan school who are always pushing her down. Luckily, the child is rescued by the ambassador from Italy sent to compare the two countries' systems for orphan care. Sadly, the ambassador's recent loss of his wife and unborn daughter drew him to the plight of the dirty little orphan. However, some eerie signs would indicate that the pair's meeting was not at all by accident, and may have come from a very definite design. Could forces from beyond be playing a hand in this arrangement? Read how it's possible that everything and everyone has purpose and meaning, and how things aren't always quite what they seem. read more

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Story Childress was born in River Rouge, Michigan, in 1960, the eleventh child of thirteen. He currently resides in Detroit, MI. T...he father of three sons, he says, “In the land of dreams, anything is possible. I find it enjoyable to tell a story, propelling it forward while being totally committed to rhyme and reason.” read more

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Developing Olympian character is a graphic book for children. It is about sports, health and environment. It describes higher prin...ciples and values that one must carry or develop to reach higher level of existence in order to be called Olympian. This book pushes the concept of an Olympian to a higher dimension. An Olympian is not necessarily one who attends world competitions and wins medals. An Olympian may be willing to make ultimate sacrifices for the sake of sport and also for humanity. An Olympian is neither a gladiator nor one who becomes powerful and wealthy by exploiting others. Developing Olympian Character is about development of mind and spirit and understanding and inculcating highest principles and values that can lead to a harmonious world. read more

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For Weakling Willie, living the life of a Rhinoceros Beetle is hard…especially when his muscles don't work right. Willie knew he... was not strong and that his muscle weakness would make it difficult for him to face the challenges ahead that a Rhinoceros Beetle must face. Willie wonders every day why he was born as a Rhinoceros Beetle--the strongest creature on Earth--without strong muscles? Can he face the challenges a beetle must face in order to survive in the rainforest? Maybe Willie is stronger than he thinks! read more

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Long before man ventured from cities and towns out into the wilderness, there were creatures that lived and thrived in the forest.... Their lives were filled with mystery and magic, honor and courage. These stories tell of individuals that live in peace and harmony and how they helped one another survive the ravages of fire and flood and the hurtful interference of man. They tell of the bond they have with the only man they trust. These stories are filled with adventure and fear and portray the rewards of friendship and a caring community. There are many such stories like these in the great woods; I know them all, and I will tell them as I saw them with my very own two eyes. read more