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Book: The Improbable Wonders of Moojie Littleman by Robin Suzanne Gregory
Having won a number of awards, Robin Gregory's The Improbable Wonders of Moojie Littleman is being lauded as a classic. A haunting, visionary tale spun in the magical realist tradition of Gabriel Garcia Marquez's One Hundred Years of Solitude and Salman Rushdie's Midnight's Children, the profoundly unique voice and heart-stirring narrative recall great works of fiction that explore the universal [...]
 
Book: Tokka Tuomela - Sixth Grader At Large by Teddy O' Malley
Never having had a home or a family all Tokka Tuomela has known has been running and survival skills. She is twelve-years-old. She knows the entire area of Nacirema like the back of her hand. She gathers her own food and necessities. She can pick locks and lie with a straight face. She gets most of her education from peeking in classroom windows. She tries not to get attached to anybody or [...]
 
Book: The Orphan Vigilante by Barry Allen Lee
A brother and a sister raised in an orphanage, separated when they were almost to young to remember each other. But when Isaac Archer reached 16 years of age he began to remember his older sister and decided it was time to run away from the orphanage and find her! realizing she was illegally sold to a rich sadistic pervert he knew in his heart he would find his sister Donna, when he did he would [...]
 
Book: Never An Orphan Soul by Paul Arendt
Never an Orphan Soul is for those who find themselves lost in the madness of the times. Arendt's characters wander through the supermarket of American spirituality, searching for a thousand reasons to believe in a thousand gods. The subjects of ancestry, madness, and connection are rendered brilliantly, but the power of the novel rests in Arendt's poetic sensibilities. Gerard is culturally [...]
 
Book: Child With No Name by Valentine Williams
Based on a true story, this is an account of a little girl on holiday in Sumatra with her family, who miraculously survives the Boxing Day Tsunami and is taken to an Orphanage in Banda Aceh. Shocked and exhausted, she becomes mute and is unable to understand what is said to her. A photo of this child reaches an aid worker who is trying to reunite families, and she enlists the help of her mother [...]
 
Book: Abandoned (The Saltire saga Book 1) by Warren Craig Shan
Emily is a woman with a dark past. She was found abandoned on a park bench in Glasgow, Scotland when she was only two years old. Being unable to talk or explain herself meant that growing up within the Scottish welfare system was depressingly harsh. This all changes the day a young social worker named Kim comes into seven-year-old Emily's life. Kim suspects that there is definitely more to Emily [...]
 
Book: EVERWUD - The TREE, The BOY & The DOG by Marilyn Dieckmann
Life isn't always fair, and if you're an orphan it's probably worse. Well, Joey is an orphan. His world is totally turned upside down the moment he sees a shaggy dog in the window at the animal shelter, and exchanges a wagon-load of pop bottles for the dog. But life is never that simple. Dogs are not allowed at the orphanage, and a deal is made with Mister Tim the kind man at the animal shelter [...]
 
Book: The Orphan Alliance (The Black Ships) by A.G. Claymore
The Orphan Alliance (The Black Ships #3) An unlikely alliance of Humans and Midgaard has seized a foothold in the Dactari Republic only to be cut off from all support. For three years, our fleet has heard nothing from Earth except for an automated message warning of a highly virulent infection. Now, a lone ship has appeared bearing fear, pestilence and hope and its presence forces a decision on [...]
 
Book: The One That Binds - The Dark Rainbow Project by Daniel Murano
Raine Falinmore is a young woman with massive potential in a rapidly decaying world. Despite her secret supernatural ability to heal plant life, the land around the home of her deceased parents continues to deteriorate. Raine's already shaky world is upended when she discovers a network of caves that runs beneath her property and a group of orphans who live in it. Although her appearance is not [...]
 
Book: No Higher Call - A Biblical Treatise on Adoption by Bradford Smith
Where is your heart? Nationwide, tens of thousands of children languish in the foster system, orphans with no hope, no family. Each year, thousands of orphans graduate the system into a life of struggle - poverty, addiction, incarceration as the Church stands idly by. God's word speaks clearly and decisively on the matter leading to one exacting question - where exactly is your heart? From the [...]
 
Book: The Outlaw Hunter by Dave P. Fisher
Eli Warren didn't consider himself a bounty hunter. He hunted outlaws like some men hunted wolves or mountain lions. The bounties he collected were simply payments rendered to a workman, and he was a man good at his work. Under Eli's flint-hard exterior, that was merciless to outlaws, ran a wide streak of kindness that showed itself the day he picked up a starving orphan in Dodge City and took [...]
 
Book: Wishes Do Come True by Amanda Cozyn
This book is a children's picture story book about a baby who gets dropped off at the orphanage on a rainy night. She finds herself wishing for a family to love her. The inspiration came from my daughter who loved me reading stories to her at bedtime. She asked me to take the book with her to kinder and the kids loved it. This book is aimed at baby to the age of 7. I chose this cover as it tells [...]
 
Book: Go Away Home by Carol Bodensteiner
Liddie Treadway grew up on a family farm where options for her future were marriage or teaching. Encouraged by suffragette rhetoric and her maiden aunt, Liddie is determined to avoid both and pursue a career. Her goal is within her grasp when her older sister's abrupt departure threatens to keep her on the farm forever. Once she is able to experience the world she dreamed of, Liddie is enthralled [...]
 
Book: Crimson & Cream (The Oxbow Kingdom Trilogy) by C. M. Skiera
Hounded by watchmen, trolls, goblins, and a relentless bounty hunter, 13-year-old Jetsam dreams of the day he'll no longer have to run for his life. In the mountain city of Dwim-Halloe, Eidryn and Elvar were born twins to teachers at the city's revered School of Magic. When the new king outlawed magic, the boys' parents were murdered. Their deaths forfeited the twins' magical birthright and made [...]
 
Book: The Rivers of Heaven by M. H. Tardiff
As a child, Suzanne narrowly escaped an invasion of her homeworld that left her an emotionally scarred orphan. Now, she barely manages to scrape by, hauling freight across the Void while battling disease, phobia and isolation. Little does she know she is hunted by two men: a psychopath obsessed with extracting her childhood memories and an aging British agent charged with rescuing her from a fate [...]
 
Book: The Captives - The Heart of the Caveat Whale (Volume 1) by Precarious Yates
The Heart of the Caveat Whale Book 1 "When the caveat whale is gone, the time of the end has come, but the rise of Shunda will stem the tide." Three lives weave together inextricably. Qoshonni: the warrior. Shunda: the orphan. Mookori: the prince. They fight against the MerKing to rescue the captives. Can they trust themselves in their fight against this mutual enemy? Can they trust one another?
 
Book: A Place in the Heart by Art Lillo
Cody put his music career on hold due to a lost love and to also fulfill a life long dream, to own his own greenhouse operation. However, meeting an orphan girl, Anne, he found life to be much more than he realized. Anne was different than anyone he had ever met or heard of. Was she an Angel? With a voice of an Angel and the message of hope, she also captured the hearts of people from all over [...]
 
Book: Saving wombats (Ruthie's wildlife Book 2) by Emma J. Homes
When Ruthie and her family rescue an orphan wombat, Ruthie learns how wild wombats are suffering from a terrible disease. Knowing that her own much loved pet wombat, Womble, might be infected one day, Ruthie wants to help. Will Ruthie find a way to save these amazing animals? 'Saving wombats' is the second story in the 'Ruthie's Wildlife' series. The first is 'The vanishing frogs of Cascade [...]
 
Book: Kidnapped - A True Story of an American Family Held Hostage by the US Embassy by John T. Evans
When John & Kerri Evans discover their son, Kameron, has a biological sister who is an orphan in Cambodia, they seek and receive permission from the US Government to adopt her and bring her home to the USA. For the next 6 years, the Evans family is held hostage in Cambodia by the US Embassy, USCIS, and US Departments of State and Homeland Security. The Embassy staff instructs them to pay bribes [...]
 
Book: Outlaw Muse by Lauren Linwood
Separated from her twin during the Orphan Train selection, schoolmarm Serena Sullivan searched for her brother Bill over fifteen years. Just as she gets a lead on his whereabouts, she is railroaded by a crooked sheriff and set to hang for the murder of the sheriff's best friend. English playwright Daman Rutledge has come to the American West on business for his brother when he witnesses a woman [...]
 
Book: Train to Nowhere by Gloria Piper
Across the wild mountains the silver train glides on a cushion of air, carrying within its plastic walls the world of Orphans. Its destination? Nowhere. The illegally-born must live out their lives inside this computerized train. Admin wills it so. But young Garland, an Orphan musician, seeks a different destination, called freedom. To realize it he struggles against Admin's mind control and [...]
 
Book: Goose Creek by D.H. Allen
Everything he was to become happened near a small creek in rural Virginia When two teenage boys first meet their worlds are falling apart. Dare, a farrier's son is struggling to survive bullying in school and abuse at home. James's wealthy father lies dying in the big house leaving him an orphan in the care of his uber-wealthy grandmother. Together, with a foundling dog, a down-on-her-luck [...]
 
Book: Book of Remembrance - The Forgotten Gods - Book One by Tania Johansson
The war of five millennia past has been all but forgotten, the sacrifices made by mankind swept from memory. But now the Dark Master stirs once more, his children busy preparing for his return. There is but one hope, and that, a slim one at best: An orphan boy who is ignorant of the Knowledge passed from one generation of Alliance members to the next. He is unaware that he holds the ultimate fate [...]
 
Book: Ashford by Melanie Rose
Seventeen year old Anna is a naive American orphan, delighted to find herself on a tour of Europe in the spring of 1939. A feeling of camaraderie with all mankind thrills her as she mingles with throngs of foreigners, but her joy is short-lived. WWII shatters the world. As fathers and sons, husbands and brothers dive grimly into the trenches, Anna is left stranded in England, disillusioned and [...]
 
Book: The World of Your Soul Book One by Olga Corner
During the fourth week of embryo stage, our head and heart were at one. The heart taught the head wisdom, compassion and dreamtime. Upon the head and the heart separating around the end of the fourth week, the collective/personal shadow entered and it created engrams (persistent memories) and ugly duckling feelings. In consequence, we have walked a prodigal son journey in an underworld that [...]
 
Book: The Lion of Kabul by Mustafa Oktem
"There are things in life I've learned I cannot change: I am an orphan. I grew up in poverty, poverty of the most wretched kind. I shall never forget the fear, the deprivation, the sense of hopelessness. At a young age, I witnessed the horrors of this world; etched in my memory are gruesome, macabre images, images that I cannot erase. For as long as I live, they will always be there that I know." [...]
 
Book: Riding Fence by A.H. Holt
Rustlers pushed a herd of Triangle Eight cows and horses through the broken fence. Dan Smithson tracked them til almost dark. He camped and planned to sleep until dawn, but he heard a strange sound. His colt ready in his left hand, he pushed the bushes to one side. A girl and a baby boy huddled there together in the dark, crying for their Pa, who was nowhere to be found. Andre Devereaux paid well [...]
 
Book: The Meaning of Children - Stories by Beverly Akerman
Organized into three sections--titled "Beginning," "Middle," and "End"--the 14 stories in this collection approach the complexities of being human during those three distinct but interdependent stages of life. The author combines emotional depth and literary appeal to view the world through the eyes of children, the sorrow and satisfactions of the child-bearing years, and the culmination of life [...]
 
Book: Mad But Made by Matilda Nyarkoah Dennis
MAD BUT MADE is a heartwarming inspirational Novella (20,000 words) that will leave its heartwarming imprint on your mind forever. Esther, a poor teenage orphan's only available option to enter High School is to win the scholarship at Opportunity Junior Secondary School. In a community where education is not the priority of females, she decides to go against the status quo in an attempt to change [...]
 
Book: Jonny Plumb and the Golden Globe by Kim Wheeler
The Adventures of Jonny Plumb is the fantastical and funny story of a young orphan boy suddenly endowed with very special powers. Jonny's life changes dramatically when he's taken into foster care by the wealthy and extremely beautiful Lady Kathleen Hunter -- and comes under the vigilant eye of Nanny Noo. Jonny's adventures begin when he finds the mysterious Golden Globe that shifts shapes and [...]
 
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