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Book: The Flower Fairies Meet the Talking Rainbow Rocks by Brenda DeHaan
The Flower Fairies Meet the Talking Rainbow Rocks combines magic and science in a fun way! Readers learn about seven kinds of rocks and the seven colors of the rainbow in the correct order. One fairy garden, four flower fairies, seven talking rocks, and one owl spark imagination while sharing a gentle message about diversity, acceptance of others, and friendship.
 
Book: You Can Hold My Hand by Leah Gordon
You Can Hold My Hand is a short story about an issue that has plagued us all since the beginning of time: acceptance. The theme, title and cover of the book go hand in hand in hand, and that is simply what I was going for. A cohesive package where my reader will know about the story, without knowing exactly what to expect from it, or from me. The story took me about a day to complete, and was [...]
 
Book: How To Live Life by John Vorhaus
Life is a problem -- a problem you can solve! All you need are some simple, insightful ways of looking at yourself and your world, plus frank, straightforward tools for developing your philosophy, addressing your feelings and clarifying your goals. And they're all here for you - in abundance - in John Vorhaus's down-to-earth guide to lofty concerns, How to Live Life. Using the plain-spoken, [...]
 
Book: A Season, and A Time (Southhill Sagas) by Jenny Gill
Baby Boomer Fiction - The 6th book in the Southhill Sagas, set in Surrey, to the South of London - though each book stands alone. When Rhona's family throws a surprise party for her sixtieth birthday, you might think she is the woman who has it all - she has her health, a lovely home, a good marriage, and a loving daughter, even a part time job which she enjoys. But ever present is the tragedy [...]
 
Book: Sparky by MD Hicken
Sparky is a little dragon who lives the village of Burnsville. In this village, growing a long tail was a very important step in a dragon's life. Growing the tail meant coming of age and gave a dragon the ability to breathe fire. Sparky's family was known for its long tradition of being the best fire breathers in the village and Sparky could not wait for his tail to grow so he could also follow [...]
 
Book: The Myth of Being Thin by Heather Fraser
This is a book about transformation. The kind that comes from radical self-acceptance and the freedom that follows. The kind of freedom that will have you drop pounds of heavy baggage from carrying around the myth of being thin. The kind of freedom that will stop you from twisting your guts up from trying to change yourself into some unrealistic idea of who you dream of being based on this myth. [...]
 
Book: Takeshi's Choice by Michael Matson
Takeshi Kirihara was a self-made man with a problem. As a Japanese living in America with war looming on the horizon, he knew he had to take steps to protect his property. What he couldn't know is that he'd die in an internment camp without sharing the secret of what he'd done: a secret that leads to three murders and an acceptance of a family's destiny.
 
Book: The Colony by R.M. Gilmour
Dimensions could not keep them apart, but can the A.I. controlling his world? Lydia felt him before she heard him. His presence filled her, he warmed her soul. His voice moved her, awakening the life inside her that she thought was lost forever. For he was her soulmate, Jordan, and he lived in another plane of existence. When he pulled her through spacetime to be with him in his dimension, she [...]
 
Book: One Flesh by Nick Sweet
Brothers Owein and Selwyn live in a small Welsh mining village in the early 1980s. Owein falls in love with the beautiful Rhiannon, but doesn't realize she's only in it to get to his brother, whom she secretly adores. Heartbroken and furious, Owein takes matters to his own hands, changing the future of their family forever. Years later, Selwyn struggles at giving free rein to urges still [...]
 
Book: Castaway Hearts by Taryn Raye
Twice orphaned, Catherine Barrett arrives in Virginia a stranger to her closest kin and secretly engaged to the one man her family would disapprove of- her seafaring grandfather's apprentice. Add to her troubles, the rich and intriguing older brother of her secret betrothed, Dawson Randolph, a plantation owner who is as heartless as he is handsome. Heartbroken when her intended sets sail for his [...]
 
Book: The Art of Seeing Soul - How to Live Your Life with the Achingly Beautiful Grace of Now by Heather Fraser
This is a book about transcendence, the kind that comes from being able to see with soul in each moment, situation, or encounter and the achingly beautiful grace that comes from doing so. This will bring you peace. The kind that has you remaining in the moment while you are walking through the soul fires of your life, not away from them. This will bring you creativity, vitality, and abundance. [...]
 
Book: Misfits by Roger E. Bruner
A teen misfit discovers that friendship is more important than popularity and forgiveness is a sign of true love. When seventeen-year-old Ben Matthews moves to Virginia, he's dying to break into the local in-crowd. Not very likely, though. The inner circle will never accept a misfit like him a preacher's kid. Then he meets Lydia Lake, another preacher's kid and a fellow misfit. They form a tenor [...]
 
Book: The Gulls Are Always Laughing - A Lifetime, So Far, In Poetry by Karlyle Tomms
This is a poetry book about transition from trauma and turmoil through relationships to spirituality and the ability to laugh at one's troubles. We have all fought through anguish, hopefully to become better citizens of life. The poetry covers my formative years growing up with abuse on a farm in the Ozarks, my adult relationships, and my transition to the shores of the coastal bend of Texas. I [...]
 
Book: Tripod by Michael Beckerman and George Beckerman
"Tripod" is a story about a three-legged dog who desperately wants to be like the other dogs... have four legs. He doesn't understand why he is different so he embarks on a journey to find his fourth leg. During his adventures he starts to figure out that he can do things on three legs that other dogs cannot with four. Thus realizing just how special he really is! It's a wonderful story that [...]
 
Book: Red Bear and the Indian Chief (The Misadventures of Red Bear) by Paul G Day
Sometimes a Bear just needs to be loved, to feel wanted, to belong. Red Bear leaves his home on a new adventure, where he will find the courage to meet every challenge the outside world sends his way. In his travels, Red Bear will meet Indians, Robots, Wild Cats, Amazon Warriors and Polar Bear, King of the Fairies. Sometimes the least likely of creatures can do the most unlikely of things.
 
Book: Buzzy's Feet by Uncle Amos & Carmi Katz
Send your kids on an adventure! === *** Free E-Video Gift Inside *** Buzzy just isn't happy with his feet. Sure, they're good for paddling around the lake with the other ducklings, but having horse feet would be so much more fun! When the King of the Forest grants his wish, Buzzy discovers some very important things about happiness, self-acceptance, and feet. Children and parents alike will laugh [...]
 
Book: Autism Decoded - The Cracks in the Code (Volume 1) by Stella Waterhouse
The Cracks in the Code delves deep into the world of autism: a place where the truth is often far stranger than fiction. Along the way the reader is invited to investigate the many varied facets of autism and the theories that surround it, and, guided by the author, is also encouraged to question the status quo. "Autism Decoded: The Cracks in the Code, is one of the best books I have read on [...]
 
Book: The Very Delicious Strawberry - Twenty Illustrated Zen Stories Adapted for Children by Tim Johnson
Let these traditional Zen Koans (short stories) inspire the whole family to live a healthier more mindful life. Give your child the tools to appreciate more, worry less, build confidence and take inspiration from the ideals of Buddhism that have helped generations of the past do the same. Adapted from Zen Buddhist writings dating back as far as the twelfth century, these stories have been [...]
 
Book: Ransom in the Rock (Gateway to Gannah Book 3) by Yvonne Anderson
How much is a life worth? And who will pay the price? Fifteen-year-old Lileela returns from the planet Karkar, frothing with bitterness over what she perceives as abandonment by her parents. Why do they want her back now? And why does Karkar demand such a huge payment for delivering her? Neither she nor her family suspects that Karkar's true motive is revenge. The tiny New Gannahan settlement has [...]
 
Book: The Battle Scarred Journey by Kim Wheeler
A Battle Scarred Journey is a gritty, brutal, honest and painful story of one man's trials in life. My birth mother deserted me just fifteen days after I was born in London. Sadly for both of us she seemed to have little choice but to abandon me. She hand me over to the local authorities after she had stoically carried me for nine months. Tragically mother and child were never to see each other [...]
 
Book: The Art of Balance - Staying Sane in an Insane World by David J. Bookbinder
Stressed out? Does life seem harder than it should? Then you've come to the right place. The Battle for Balance is a life and death struggle. Stay balanced, and we enjoy life to the fullest. Lose balance, and life gets hard. In The Art of Balance: Staying Sane in an Insane World, life coach and psychotherapist David J. Bookbinder shows you how to stay on top of the forces that unbalance us, [...]
 
Book: Falling Water - Stories & Poetry by Blaine Coleman
2nd edition! The edition offer fully revised stories & poetry, new poems added, new artwork and a new cover! "Falling Water: Stories & Poetry offers an insightful look at the realities life we all face- the highs and the lows, hope, happiness, joy and the inevitable suffering and grief that must accompany the good. Many of the stories were written specifically for this book and the poetry was [...]
 
Book: First Friend by Edinaldo E. Santo
He was the oldest of a hatch of three and was born so tiny, that Mother Bird had to give him special care... One morning while most of the family was out, a distracted firefly flew into their nest and landed in front of the chick... "Wait a minute, sir," said the bird. The firefly went pale! "You forgot your hat." "I don't have a hat," replied the little thing. When Zaba, a little bird meets [...]
 
Book: Finding Roland McCray (The Adventures of Roland McCray Book 3) by Blaine Coleman
A Young Man, Strong And Confident In His Beliefs And Not Afraid To Face Life's Hurdles This book takes a slice-of-life look at Roland McCray from ages eight to eighteen. A child during the turbulent 1960's, Roland comes of age in the 1970's in a town immersed in Civil War history. His family attends a small, local church and the pressure to conform to tradition and religious practices is intense. [...]
 
Book: What Tail? by Roberta R. Barnes
When a little girl decides to find her own answers she finds much more than she ever expected to find. She does not find the Annan Woods ghost, but instead finds a land where what you see is most often not what you expect to see, and the most unlikely of things magically happen. Secrets in this land lead to the most unlikely of adventures. Some of the adventures will make you smile and others [...]
 
Book: Food for Thought - Second Course by Nancy Ann DeRosa
Emma Craven's excitement over marrying a chef is dimmed when her fiance, Gary Parker, decides to open up a new restaurant. Against her better judgement, Emma soon finds herself the manager of The Green Spruce Grill. Her grades for her teaching-degree courses plummet. Her wedding plans are fraught with complications. And she now finds herself trying to please her family, friends, and Gary--all the [...]
 
Book: A Far Journey - A young girl's coming of age story by Ruth Ramsey
"Grief is a far country that we visit for a while when our loved ones go home. Sometimes our visit is a long one, and we have a hard time finding our way back. When we do, we carry the memories, not as a burden, but as a treasure." When fourteen-year-old Anne Marie Gibson loses her mother and her father remarries soon after, Annie finds that the journey back from that far country a journey [...]
 
Book: The Pebble Champion by A. D. Pritchard
Haunted by the death of his mother and the loss of a childhood friendship, 15-year-old Chris moves to the Isle of Wight to begin a new life with his estranged father. There, alone on the beach, he deals with his grief and guilt by entering an imagined world where he competes to become The Pebble Champion, skimming stones farther than anyone else across the surface of the sea. With each pebble [...]
 
Book: Food Of Love by Anne R. Allen
Part thriller and part screwball romantic comedy, Food of Love tells the story of Regina, a former supermodel, now princess of a tiny European principality, who has lost her skeletal figure and finds herself threatened by an unknown assassin. Fearing her royal husband wants to kill her now that she's not model-thin, she seeks protection from her estranged African-American foster sister, [...]
 
Book: Liberating Inner Eve - A Reflective Journey for Women by Bozena Zawisz
I wrote "Liberating Inner Eve" as a result of my encounters with female clients from a Christian background who struggle to find a sense of personal strength, high self-worth, love, and acceptance. "Liberating Inner Eve" offers psychological insight around the impact of commonly found interpretations of the teachings of the Old Testament (in particular the Genesis account of Adam and Eve) and New [...]
 


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