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Book: Autism Runs Away - Book Two of the School Daze Series by Dr. Sharon A. Mitchell
Ethan is only in grade one and already has been kicked out of one school due to his tantrums and pattern of running away when in a panic. Now, his mom's enrolled him in a new school but remains glued to her phone, waiting for the call to tell her to come pick him up, that they can't handle him, that they don't know what to do with a child who has autism. How can she trust these strangers to look [...]
 
Book: Awakening Hope. A Developmental, Behavioral, Biological Approach to Codependency Treatment by Mary Crocker Cook
New Evolution in Codependency Treatment Awakening Hope is the outcome of over 20 years of experience as a licensed therapist and college instructor combined with a devastating personal loss. Extensive knowledge and training in relationships didn't protect Mary from her own relationship mistake, and she was catapulted by pain into the research and development of a program to heal long-standing [...]
 
Book: Autism Belongs - Book Three of the School Daze Series by Dr. Sharon A. Mitchell
Manny is not like other children. He doesn't talk. He doesn't leave the house. His parents desperately try to arrange their world so that Manny does not get upset. Because, when he does, well, the aggression was getting worse. Too many times Tomas had to leave work to rescue his wife from the havoc of their son's meltdowns. At ten, Manny was becoming difficult to handle. Passing by a bakery made [...]
 
Book: Bringing Up Baby - The Psychoanalytic Infant Comes of Age by Dianna T. Kenny
This is an important text that synthesises diverse literatures and theories on infant development into a coherent framework that illuminates the essence of infancy for all those who have infants, study infants, teach about infancy, make policy with respect to infant welfare, and work medically or therapeutically with mothers and their infants. It brings together in one volume the principal [...]
 
Book: Never Be Discouraged - With God, All Things Are Possible by Alice Crespo
Through this book, I hope to encourage you to never give up on your dreams. Remember, you have the best helper of all-the Lord. And He will send good people into your life to help you along the journey. I grew up with nothing, but through God's love and mercy and my own hard work, I broke the poverty cycle. I know that you can do the same, no matter what the struggle is. God is on our side; He [...]
 
Book: Living Again by Brynn Stein
Daniel Larson has walled himself off from any possibility of romance since his lover died violently five years ago in Afghanistan. The same bomb that ended his partner's life took the lower part of Daniel's left leg. The only support Daniel has, his Uncle Lawrence, is dead-set against anything homosexual, including Daniel. Now, a popular language teacher at the local university, Daniel's [...]
 
Book: Shortcomings by Ginger Simpson
High School is hard enough without the cold stares from classmates that remind you every day how different you are. Our shortcomings don't define who we are, unless we let them. Cindy Johnson needs to learn that. Born with one leg shorter than the other, she has no self-esteem because of the cruel comments and cold stares she receives from her classmates. When Cory Neil, the football quarterback [...]
 
Book: The HandBook - Five Forces To Form Your Future by Darin Sargent
Every one is born with a destiny. In fact you were born with a divine destiny that is filled with promise and potential. The trouble is many people never realize this and as a result they never truly find success in living. In the pages of The HandBook you will be quickly introduced to 5 key forces that will fashion and form your future. Darin has lived by these forces and has forged a destiny [...]
 
Book: It's Easier to Dance by Annie Laurie Harris
It's Easier to Dance is the remarkable memoir from author Annie L. Harris, a woman born in the late 1940s with cerebral palsy. This extraordinary book is the first of its kind to provide a chronological view of the historical development of the civil rights movement through three different lenses: those of a woman, a minority, and someone living with a developmental disability. This insightful [...]
 
Book: Full Circle by Vera Alexander
Bandile is part of a loving extended family consisting of Mom and Dad, Uncle Lunga and Aunt Patience. The small family have worked hard to enable them to move from a dusty hut in a township to a modest home in a quiet suburb near Durban. He is just like any other boy. He loves TV, Soccer, Music and Dancing. To make the time pass during his chores he dreams of success as an entertainer. He has [...]
 
Book: Radiant Hunger by Diane Lefer
I was always fascinated by the children who grew up on the ranch with Charles Manson. Unlike their mothers, they didn't choose to be there. And I thought they probably had delicious childhoods, running free, unaware of the ugliness and violence. Then one day, they're taken away either to foster care or are adopted by normal middle class people. What a transition that had to be. So I started [...]
 
Book: Rise From The Fall - A Jamaican American Lawyer's Tale by Theodore Arthur Pinnock
Rise From The Fall is an inspiration, motivational and a How-To self-improvement book about an ADA lawyer. It empowers others to overcome disability, poverty and failure in an easy-to-read format. The book is a must read for all seeking to pursue their goals and desire to rise from a fall. This short book will help you solve problems in your life, help you change your life, assist you in pursuing [...]
 
Book: e.a.r.t.h. - experiment to alleviate racial tension and hatred by Arthur Douglas
"e.a.r.t.h. is an ambitious, encompassing, sweep of imagination. Not so much a fantasy, as a metaphor a glimpse into a possible paralled reality, in many ways not so much different to our own, an alterative present of someone else's creation. But the figures inhabit this landscape are recognizably ourselves, they are not creatures of science fiction or fantasy literature. What they certainly are, [...]
 
Book: Queen Anne's Lace - A novel about family relationships by Damaris West
Maternal love, filial love, romantic love but is that enough love to conquer adversity? The cottage, just near enough to the sea to give a 'sea feeling', was more than a holiday home to the McKay family; it was somewhere they all found peace and happiness in their differing ways. Just widowed and seeking relief from loneliness in the religious life of a convent, Isabel McKay offers the cottage to [...]
 
Book: Mending Jodie's Heart (When Path's Meet Book 1) by Sheila Claydon
When musician Marcus Lewis buys the derelict farmhouse next to Jodie' Eriksson's riding school he doesn't know whether to be amused or irritated by her angry reaction to his plans. Then her sister Izzie visits him and makes things a whole lot worse...or is it better...because now he has an excuse to see Jodie again. Although, when he sees her, it's not exactly a meeting of minds, they do discover [...]
 
Book: Kidnapped By Nuns - And Other Stories of a Life on the Radio by Bob Fuss
Taking readers on a journey over the last four decades of news from Hollywood to Washington and around the world from Andorra to Zimbabwe. Ride the campaign plane with Ronald Reagan, get the inside story of why Congress is such a disaster and share adventure travel stories from a globetrotting correspondent. Retired CBS News Correspondent Bob Fuss has traveled with half a dozen Presidents, [...]
 
Book: Who Says? by Rachel Kidd
No doubt, like most people, at sometime or another YOU will have daydreamt about how you would handle things were you to strike it rich. However, it is highly doubtful you will have ever given a single moments thought to how you would handle things if your life to suddenly become a living hell. Who ever does? Certainly not Rachel Kidd, but in the space of only a few seconds that is exactly what [...]
 
Book: Streamline by Jennifer Lane
Seems like Leo Scott has it all: looks, brains, and athletic talent. He's captain of his high school swim team with a bright future in college and beyond. But Leo has secrets. His mother's crippling car accident has devastated his family and left Leo to deal with his father's abuse, battered and alone. Leo's girlfriend Audrey Rose is poised for her own share of success. As one of Florida's top [...]
 
Book: Breathing on Her Own - If time heals all wounds, what are we to do with our scars? by Rebecca Waters
Molly Tipton looks forward to a peaceful retirement, but her life suddenly spirals out of control when her oldest daughter is involved in a terrible accident. An icy road and a sharp turn leave one woman dead, another clinging to life. While two families grieve, details emerge that reveal Molly's daughter was driving under the influence. As she prepares her daughter for the prospect of a [...]
 
Book: Donkey Boy and Other Stories by Mary Smith
Shot through with flashes of humour the stories here will entertain, amuse, and make you think. Mary Smith's debut collection of short stories is a real treat, introducing the reader to a diverse range of characters in a wide range of locations. A donkey boy in Pakistan dreams of buying luxuries for his mother; a mouth artist in rural Scotland longs to leave the circus; a visually impaired man [...]
 
Book: The Book of Noah - 3 - 21 by G. Eric Francis
"What an inspirational story of a family with so many strikes against them." "This book made me laugh through their crazy life issues and cry through their serious life struggles." "(This was) was a difficult read at times. When you become emotionally invested in people and their struggles their pain can feel like your pain and their triumphs can feel like your triumphs. The author of this book [...]
 
Book: Send a White Rose by Mary C. Findley
Shattered by an assassin's attack, Bart Durant's got no stomach to face a mail order mistake. New Mexico federal judge Bart Durant can solve everyone's problems but his own. Left to die and forced to depend on others for the smallest things, he prepares to step down and step away from a woman who crossed the country just to meet him. He never considers that she'll wait as long as it takes to [...]
 
Book: Shards Of Memory - Oral History in a Heartbeat by Gail M Baugniet
This novel, SHARDS OF MEMORY - Oral History in a Heartbeat, presents a heartwarming experience of emotional healing through storytelling, with a touch of romance and mystery woven throughout.Young Gahlen spends an inordinate amount of time with both sets of grandparents after a tragic accident permanently disfigures the child's leg. Eager to assure their grandchild of the lasting bonds of [...]
 
Book: Bygone Buffoonery - The Real Fake History by Jeff Charlebois
Did you know that mankind was nearly doomed when treasonous animals - on Noah's Ark attempted a mutiny? Or that the entire Roman Empire - nearly unraveled when a crackpot Caesar swooned for--and married--his - horse? Were you aware that a flamboyant cowboy subdued bloodthirsty - gunslingers with a two-step? What about the vaudevillian hack juggler who - received his first standing ovation in a [...]
 
Book: NOT AGAIN by Richard von Hippel
NOT AGAIN is the memoir of an ultimate survivor. Not only has Iris Ann Cullimore overcome a serious, childhood sexual assault, domestic violence, being stalked, a brain haemorrhage followed by multiple strokes, severe disability, a tumour on the bowel and much more, but for every life crash her indomitable spirit emerges from the wreckage with an unquenchable zest for life, fun and laughter. [...]
 
Book: When Was it I Dared to Dream - The Journey of a soul incarnate by Barbara Lee Duffy with John M. Flynn
In July of 1949, Barbara Lee Duffy was struck down by Polio at the age of ten, paralyzed from her chin to her toes. Before that, she was an unhappy child, fearful of her mother's dismissive attitude and bouts of anger, her sister's fits of bullying and rage, harassment by the Nuns at Saint Pat's grammar school and a dirty old uncle groping under her skirt. She was also bothered by other things, [...]
 
Book: Dead Children Can't Read - Classrooms of Compassion by Darleen Claire Wodzenski
Learn the meaning behind "Dead Children Can't Read" as you explore the philosophy of "Classrooms of Compassion" that promote child mental health and development. Darleen Claire Wodzenski, MS ESE, MA CMHC, QPPE, PhD Candidate - a national presenter in the areas of education, special needs, juvenile justice, and development - shares the importance of putting a child's development and mental health [...]
 
Book: OE Wants It to Be Friday - A True Story of Inclusion and Self-Determination by Jo Meserve Mach
OE is counting down the days until Friday. It's her favorite day of the week. Each day she has fun, but she knows she will have fabulous fun on Friday. She can't wait for her special time with Dad and her coach, Austin. Finding My Way Books honor children with special needs or disabilities by sharing their stories.
 
Book: Get Up, Your Bus is Here - Living My Life With Cerebral Palsy by Dr. Stephen A. Dantzig
"One day I was walking to the bus and caught an icy patch and wound up face down in the snow. My mother stood true to Dr. Shelsky?s word and with tears in her eyes told me to 'Get up. Your bus is here.' She would have obviously helped me if I was hurt, but the early message to me was also clear; I was going to learn to fend for myself..." Dr. Stephen Danzig's tenth book is by far his most [...]
 
Book: Special Ed Mom Survival Guide - How to prevail in the special education process and discover life-long strategies for you and your child by Bonnie Lee ...
In the Special Ed Mom Survival Guide, Bonnie leads you through the vital steps you need to survive as a Special Ed Mom. From learning how to manage the emotional overwhelm of parenting a special needs child, to figuring out how to get the school to say yes to special education services, Bonnie presents a roadmap so you can find your way through all the confusion. Sharing tried and true methods, [...]
 
Book: Crying is for Babies by Tricia McGill
In the 1930s medicine was still very much a hit and miss affair. The surgeons were still experimenting and learning about the human body. This at a period when there was little in the way of pain relief. This is one woman's story about a childhood ruined by such surgeons, whose bad judgement confined an eight year old subsequently to bed for three years, and left her with a disability to last a [...]
 
Book: The Billionaire's Secret Marriage - An Inspirational Billionaire Romance (The Limitless Clean Romance Series Book 1) by Tamie Dearen
2019 RONE Award Finalist Stephanie Caldwell made the worst mistake of her life... she fell in love with her boss. Steph doesn't care that Bran is totally blind at least he'll never notice the longing looks she gives him. If only she could warn him about the lack of love on his conniving fiancee's face. But Steph has to keep her mouth shut, or she could lose her job, along with the health [...]
 


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