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ADD, ADHD, Autism, OCD, and More! - An Informational Resource Guide by Michelle J. Bever
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Autism Belongs - Book Three of the School Daze Series by Dr. Sharon A. Mitchell
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Little White Squirrel's Secret - A Special Place To Practice by Penny L. Hunt
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Projecting X 2.0 - How to Forecast Baseball Player Performance by Mike Podhorzer
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Forever, Christian by Tina Marie Traverse
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Conversations by Stacie D. Wyatt
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I Wish I Were Engulfed in Flames - My Insane Life Raising Two Boys with Autism by Jeni Decker
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The Ice Cream Addiction - A mysterious herb takes over a country town. by J.Z. Pinder
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A Father's Prayer by Linda Wood Rondeau
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Dasha's Journal - A Cat Reflects on Life, Catness and Autism by T. O. Daria
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The Shopping Trip - Dannie's Dilemmas by Carol Haldane, Karen Jones
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Roundup (Glyphosate) is Making You Sicker than You Think - Overcome Cancer, Allergies, Autism, Liver Damage and more! by George J. McClelland
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Running Out The Hurt by Robert Joe Stout
As he jogs along a beach in the coastal city of San Arturo, Mexico Cipriano Gomez notices a young vagabond leap across a jetty and he senses, immediately, "Now there's a real athlete." The young man, Alejandro Lopez, denies that he plays baseball but accepts the temporary work that Cipriano offers him. Alejandro is the novel's unifying character and the protagonist of the between chapter breaks. The reader experiences the [...]
 
Children's Ebook - Dreams and Wishes! Modeling JK Rowling and Debbie Macomber (Motivation for kids) (I can, You can, We all Can) by Mayra A. Diaz
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Children's Fish Book+ E-Video: Joey and the Net - by Uncle Amos
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Early Children's Book+Video+Audio - by Uncle Amos
A whimsical tale about friendship and getting things done. === HALL OF FAME REVIEWER - Grady Harp === "This is a clever twist on a solution to an age old problem - a fun, well written and illustrated story with a message!" === Top 10 AMAZON REVIEWER - Daisy "Daisy S" === "The book has a creative twist on how to get a child to want to put up their toys!" Highly recommend this book!" === Top 50 AMAZON REVIEWER - prisrob "pris" [...]
 
Never, Never, Never Give Up! Modeling Usain Bolt and Derek Redmond (I can, You can, We all can) by Mayra A. Diaz
Teach your kid the value of overcome obstacles This is a children's book that teach that often difficult situations and events happen and that victory is not always in "winning". This eBook teach them to focus on the goal, stand up and finish what they started. Never, Never, Never means: Focus: Never forget your real goal, follow your heart. Stand Up: Never stop, tests are meant to be overcome. Finish: Never allow events and [...]
 
The Pacifier Tree - A story for parents to read with kids strugglingto give up their pacifiers! by Uncle Amos
Would you like that the removal of the pacifier will not be a traumatic event for your child? === *** Free e-Video Gift Inside ! *** Johnny does not want to give up his pacifier - ever! Mom is at wit's end. But will Johnny's mind change when he learns about the magical Pacifier Tree? Mom and Johnny will learn an important lesson about priorities and growing up in this playful pacifier tale. A great story for parents to read [...]
 
Keep Going! Modeling Michael Jordan's Success Story (I can, You can, We all can) by Mayra A. Diaz
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The Adventures of Marco and Carla - The Monster of Lake Shan by Shamara S. Davis
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Emily Meets the Cobbler by Danielle Benji
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A Pitch for Justice by Harold Kasselman
Have you ever watched a baseball game where tempers escalated and you feared that retaliation by one side could result in an incident with serious injury? What would happen if a player were critically injured in such a circumstance? What if the unthinkable occured and the player died? Is it just a tragic part of the game? Or could it actually be murder? Veteran prosecutor Jaime Brooks reluctantly agrees to investigate the [...]
 
Skippy by Elaine Shuel
Jenny loves her dog Skippy. She plays with him all the time. One day, due to circumstances, he is let out in the backyard and then is missing. Will Jenny find her beloved dog? This is a children's story but the adults I showed it to, told me they were practically in tears. Judge for yourself. I dedicate this story to my deceased dog Skippy. His picture is on the cover of this book.
 
The story about the most boring man in the world (children's bedtime stories collection) by Einat Altman
INCLUDING VIDEO-EBOOK FREE GIFT TO ALL WHO PURCHESED THE BOOK Bedtime can be a sacred time of day, when the bumps and bruises of the day past are soothed away. Bedtime stories are extremely comforting and reassuring to children and relaxing for parents. Every evening I snuggle my daughters close, one on either side. We leave our troubles behind and enter the world of make-believe through the children's stories we share. [...]
 

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