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Book: The Spy Game by J.D. Holiday
The Spy Game Eddie would love to have a puppy to play with. A puppy would pull on a rope. Catch a ball and lick your face. But his Uncle brings Eddie an older dog named about a famous spy. What can you do with an old dog? It probably couldn't learn new tricks, and the only thing this dog did was stare. It's what they find to do together that makes them the best of friends!
 
Book: Matters of the Heart by Connie Jordan
Relationships are hard but worth the work you put in to keep them lasting when it's right. Domestic violence plagues many who are in relationships, which is never a good thing, but it happens and it's up to you to change directions. This is a collection of poems depicting the struggles we endure on this journey through relationships, some good, some bad, but none erasing the hope. Even when life [...]
 
Book: THE MATRIARCH - A story about my grandmother by Eileen McNeal
The Matriarch is a story about my grandmother from her early life in Charlottesville Virginia until her death in 1958 in Easton Pennsylvania The title comes from a poem my sister Marjorie discovered in a 1941 McCall s magazine written by Grace Maddock Miller She was indeed a Matriarch the leader of our family a guiding light the most caring person I have ever known and in all the years we lived [...]
 
Book: Still Believing - God is Real - God Is Awesome by Anthony K. Russell
Everyone faces hardships in life, but only a small portion accept God's word and come out with balance. Still Believing: God is Real reaches out to them, as well as the majority that learned about God in their youth, but have not built up a relationship with him yet." The truth is that God is always watching over all of us and will do miraculous things if we call on him when things go wrong, or [...]
 
Book: A Father's Love by Daryle Hawkins
So many men in the World don't know how to express the things they feel so that they are understood by the One's They Love... This work is to Help All those who have difficulty with Verbal Expression, as Well as to Help All Those who Did NOT have a Father Figure in Their Lives or A Positive, Loving Male who was able to Express and Encourage in a Manner that Empowers and Strengthens... This work [...]
 
Book: Mindful Clarity For Solutions - Finding Effective Attitudes by G. Thomas Stewart
This book contains short informative essays about finding effective attitudes for more clear solutions . Finding ways to get a quick attitude change and simple clear reminders that can help you with clear resolutions to practical problems which tend to preoccupy our thinking. At the last part are some fictional stories about attitude change.The essays contain messages and reminders of how to keep [...]
 
Book: El Mexnophobia by Eugene Williams
Coming to grips with the new neighbors and a crazy phobia like you've never seen before. Funny story about getting to know we are all the same just a little different. Retirement isn't all that it's cracked up to be. I spend most of my time sitting on my front porch counting cars and yelling at the newspaper boy. He's not a bad kid; it's just that he can't seem to hit my front porch with the [...]
 
Book: Role Reversal - How to Take Care of Yourself and Your Aging Parents by Iris Waichler
Designed to help caregivers understand how to cope with and overcome the overwhelming challenges that arise while caregiving for a loved one especially an aging parent Role Reversal is a comprehensive guide to navigating the enormous daily challenges faced by caregivers. In these pages, Waichler blends her personal experience caring for her beloved father with her forty years of expertise as a [...]
 
Book: The Great Snowball Escapade by J.D. Holiday
In the story, Wilhemena Brooks' cousin, Bud Dunprhy come to live with her family. Wil, as she likes to be called, finds her pink pencil sharpener is missing after Christmas. Wil knows Bud has it! Who else would have taken it? Bud doesn't like girls! In fact, Bud doesn't like anybody. Wil tries to ignore him but he pulls her friend's hair, takes over games, and when Bud is in trouble he making his [...]
 
Book: The Journey of Parenting - Helping Your Child Become a Competent, Caring, Contributing Adult by Linda S. Budd PhD
For over thirty years of her professional life, Dr. Linda S. Budd has studied, taught and written about parenting, has parented her own two daughters, and has guided countless other children and parents in her work as a psychologist, marriage and family therapist and play therapist. Her previous book, Living With the Active Alert Child, helped parents recapture a feeling of delight and bring out [...]
 
Book: Janoose the Goose by J.D. Holiday
Eddie's uncle brings Eddie a big, black older Labrador named Sidney, who was left homeless by his family because they couldn't keep him. Eddie did not want to like Sidney, especially since Eddie had to walk a sad, uncooperative Sidney which cut short Eddie's play time. Walking this dog would not be an easy task for him but each time he tried Sidney looked like he wanted to say something but we [...]
 
Book: Corey the Calf by Patty Johnson
Farmer Brown's favorite little calf, Corey, is an adventerous little calf who loves to please his owner. Upon hearing the farmer is about to choose the best calf on his farm, Corey will do whatever it takes to be sure he's the chosen one. Sadly, when he's given the task, he comes up short. Unbeknownst to Corey and the other calves, Farmer Brown isn't looking for the same results as everyone else.
 
Book: Peanut & Lily - A beautiful love story about a lifelong friendship by Lily Amis
PEANUT & LILY, a sweet story about a little cat named Peanut. It is a reminder for kids and adults to take more care of innocent pets, who need our love and support. PEANUT & LILY is Lily Amis's first children's book based on a true and loving story. Peanut is a tiny little cat who has lost her whole family. She's all by herself in a big city. Peanut is afraid of everything and forlorn about her [...]
 
Book: Five Pathways to Wholeness - Explorations in Pastoral Care and Counselling by Roger Hurding
Five Pathways to Wholeness examines a variety of approaches to pastoral care: biblical counselling, the healing ministries, pastoral counselling, spiritual direction and social change. Bringing together material from a range of sources, and offering numerous engaging real-life illustrations, the author compares and evaluates each of the five approaches in its own right. At the same time, he [...]
 
Book: Hello, Guys, The Baby Has Arrived - A baby Book by Nataisha T Hill
Congratulations on Your Bundle of Joy! Here are some tips and helpful information along the way. Discovering that you're pregnant can be a very exciting and scary feeling. You wonder if you're going to be a good parent or if you're able to handle such a responsibility. Luckily, parenting comes natural for most people. Once you are a parent, you discover a whole new world of possibilities and [...]
 
Book: Parenting Wisdom - What To Teach The Children by Richard Andrew King
PARENTING WISDOM is a must for any parent and for all parents to be. Richard Andrew King should be called Dr. King. His books are of the magnitude that will be read with reverence for generations to come. ~ Dr. Victoria Ford, J.D. Parenting is the most important and critical job in life because it encompasses the cultivating and sculpting of life itself as reflected in our children - the sanctity [...]
 
Book: Nobody's Pets in Cyprus by Diane Griffith
Stories about some of the dogs and cats that I have rescued in Cyprus over the last five years. I have managed to find kind homes for most dogs that I have found half -starved and terrified of all humans. It's a sad situation, and what I have done is only a 'drop in the ocean' but every drop counts! The proceeds from this book and my four previous books will help me to go on trying to save more. [...]
 
Book: A School Year of Caring by Betty Mermelstein
Beth is a second grade teacher who deals with the realistic and sometimes humorous situations that are part of her class. She must make daily decisions concerning children who misbehave, who are often absent, whose skills are not progressing, and who suffer abuse at home. The consequences of reporting abuse turn violent for Beth, but she remains determined to do the right thing. When she meets a [...]
 
Book: Cancer with Joy - How to Transform Fear into Happiness and Find the Bright Side Effects by Joy Huber
When professional speaker and songwriter Joy Huber was diagnosed with Stage Four cancer at the young age of 33, she didn't choose to stay angry. She chose to fight using the tremendous power of positivity and lots of humor, even as she went from having shoulder-length hair at diagnosis to bald in 6 weeks. She heard the word remission less than 6 months after her diagnosis and after 6 intense [...]
 
Book: The Food and Sex Book; Recipes and Sexipes for the caring cook by AJ Orchard
The Food and Sex book spells out all the ingredients needed for a wide range of recipes and sexipes and clearly instructs readers what to do with them for great food and sex. The aim is to encourage creative, imaginative and adventurous treatment of food and body, resulting directly in well-being; interest for old and young alike. Something for everyone. There are 149 great recipes and when all [...]
 
Book: AIDS Doesn't Discriminate, So Why Do We? by Joel Savage
Benta lives in a little apartment in the Lake District on the outskirts of one of the beautiful cities in the Scandinavia Denmark - Aarhus. She soon becomes seriously ill after being diagnosed with AIDS (Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome). The stigma surrounding the disease causes many of Benta's friends and family to desert her. Kofi, an illegal immigrant, willingly accepts the task of caring [...]
 
Book: Real Life Solutions to Help Care for Aging Parents by Tonia Boterf
We are never quite prepared for the day when our parents show their age more obviously and can not do as much as they used to. Perhaps your first realization of major changes in your parent s health or independent living abilities is when you get an emergency call. It can be a shock that leaves you wondering what to do and what s best for everyone. I ve experienced this situation, and I had to [...]
 
Book: Nurses and Their Patients - Compassion and Commitment (Nursing in th Neighborhoods - Stories of Patients, Families, and Their Nurses) by Lois Gerber
You will meet many interesting people in these 12 short stories based on my experiences as a community health nurse. The individuals, their families, and their communities are all different. The one thing they have in common is their caring and sense of commitment to themselves, their families, and their neighborhoods. Melissa is a teenager with Down Syndrome. She attends a school for children [...]
 
Book: Mother Earth Loses Her Hat and Boots by Kamon Therrien
While writing another book, a friend asked me: "I am sick of seeing garbage everywhere, can you write a book about that?" I replied that I write children's books and my friend added: "Yes a story for children, that is what I mean, write a picture book that all children can read so they can grow into more respectful users of the earth." And a few weeks later Mother Earth was on my working table. [...]
 
Book: Bonds of Time by Larriane Wills
The cover on this book is generic other than giving a sense of eternity. There is a reason for that. The story is too involved for one simple set of images to depict. Beginning in what could be our near future, war destroys all known civilizations leaving only small pockets of survives. While one woman, Judith, could care less what has happened to the world she withdrew from years before, another [...]
 
Book: The Party's Over by David J Cooper
.How would you react if you discovered that you had AIDS? Would you tell your family or friends? Would you take revenge and infect others? Do you know anyone who has AIDS? How does this affect your own life? This is a true story which answers these questions. It is a story which will touch the hearts and give hope to those living with AIDS/HIV and the families who are caring for them.
 
Book: Coming Out and Discovering the Rainbow by Daniel DuBour
Coming Out and Discovering the Rainbow is about a middle aged woman, never married, who discovers her true self with the help of a gay co-worker and his partner. The book was inspired by the recent laws concerning human rights including the right for sexual preference. The story takes place in Buffalo New York. Linda, the main character lives in a HUD program apartment in Amherst, New York and [...]
 
Book: A Primer on Roses by Gary Showalter
A short, entertaining, but very detailed introduction to planting, pruning and caring for the Queen of Flowers. Written for the beginning or amateur gardener who wants to plant a few roses in his garden, this little book will provide all the background knowledge and step-by-step instructions needed to select a location, purchase the plants and get them into the ground so they will have every [...]
 
Book: Midsummer Maid by Lindsay Townsend
He was a woodsman, a forester, a good man but cursed with the mark of the devil on his face and shunned by many. She was a dairy-maid, caring and brave, who feared no one. Drawn to each other on a long and fateful Midsummer Day, can Haakon and Clare overcome the superstitions of their village and the brutal, lecherous knights to break out of their bonds of class and custom and to strive for a [...]
 
Book: Father of the Year by Ann Roth
Entrepreneur Will Stoner is a competent executive, but when he becomes guardian to the son he never knew about, Will does the only thing he can he hires help. Nanny Dena Foster's gentle ways take the trepidation out of parenting, and despite a bad marriage that made Will mistrust women, he warms to Dena. Now he wants more from this nurturing beauty for himself. First he has to erase the doubt in [...]
 
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