The bully named Milton the Frog makes it so that the group of friends can't play at the pond. Clover the Rabbit asks Mrs. Ladybug, or "Dot," as her friends call her, for help. To figure out what to do, they ask Solomon the Snail for advice. Someone who can fly over the water to him and is brave enough to face him is the only one who can do it. Join Solomon the Snail in his adventures! Go to www.solomonthesnail.com for more.
Mother Rebekkah had been busy preparing Christmas cookies all day in preparation for Santa's impending arrival. When she gets home from picking up Mya, Charlie, and Jacob from school, they see something they can't believe. Help them solve the mystery! Visit www.nellyplaza.com to grab a copy.
Pharmacy in Bondage depicts an accurate historical account of pharmacy, its bondage, subservience, topsy-turvy fame, service to humanity and contribution to the healthcare system of US/World. It also elaborates the history and shortcomings of other branches of medicine. To know more about Dr. Patrick Ojo and his books, go to www.liberatepharmacy1.com.
Charles Sampson shares in his memoir how his birthplace, life, employment, education, and travels are connected to more than a dozen African countries, South America, the South, Mid-West, Europe, and Southeast Asia, including Thailand, the Cambodian and Laotian borders, and Indonesia. To know more about Charles Sampson and his adventures, go to www.charlessampsonbooks.com.
Stories & Poems from A Grandmother's Heart is a compilation of children's stories and poems. The letters of the alphabet come to life, while farmyard and forest animals experience new adventures. The book embraces nature, beauty, and enjoyment with curiosity and playfulness. Go to www.kishwarbooks.com to know more.
Friends Here… There… Everywhere… is written to enhance social and literacy development in young children, ages two to five. It can motivate children to inquire about friendships, relate to them, and suggests places to find friends. The book also helps develop recognition of words that are opposites and introduces adverbs. Visit www.calauti.com to know more about Rosella Calauti and her book.
Going... Going... is a journal of a couple's fifteen-year journey along the trail of Alzheimer's. Every excursion into the unknown of this disease is unique, and Jack Weaver shares an account that will be different from any other. To know more about Going... Going... by Jack Weaver, go to www.goingwithalzheimers.net.
Author W. Veronica Lisare has discovered courage, joy, hope, freedom and fulfillment as she embraces her authentic identity as a daughter of the King of kings. She shares the intimate details of her journals from an unhappy childhood to a second career as a minister of the gospel of Jesus Christ. To know more about W. Veronica Lisare and her book, visit www.wveronicalisare.com.
Free-market democracies overlook vital institutions. In sub-Saharan Africa, a lack of historical social frameworks fosters economic failure. This book examines how European and Asian collective institutions impacted modern capitalism. In neoclassical economics, institutions cause "market failures." Collectives promote institutionalization. Without dynamic institutions, societies regress. Visit www.aafee.org to know more!
Joe Wilder was asked to help a young Chinese boy, Charley, get to America. Within hours of signing new contracts, the Deputy Minister of Trade was murdered. Suddenly, he needed all those old, nearly forgotten skills and training just to stay alive. The Bai Lang – the White Wolf – wanted to kidnap or kill Charley. To know more about Frank R. Heller and his book, go to www.thesecretempress.com.
God Cares, But Do We? is an exploration of human nature and showcases the journey of realization from ignorance to awareness to knowledge. Filled with anecdotes from the author's personal experiences, it talks about looking within yourself for answers. This is the best spiritual book to read for people who wonder about the nature of life. Learn more about Kwaku Mensah and his book at www.godcaresbutdowe.com.
Natalie Cordova's journey for acceptance continues. After taking revenge on her high school tormentors, she sets out to find her place in the world. With a newfound hatred burning her soul and sheer force of will, she will take her place as the head of her family. To know more about this thrilling story, go to www.kennonakeith.com.
Pony Ride to an Awakening: The Journey of a Mystic acts as a spiritual encyclopedia, giving a vast array of ideas and practices to enhance the reader's own growth. You are about to embark on an adventure with Hedin Daubenspeck as he guides you through the paranormal history of his people. Visit www.ponyridetoanawakening.com to know more.
Moon Luck tells the story of thirty astronauts who lived on the moon for an extended period of time. It also relates the tale of astronaut scientists and explorers who cultivated plants on the moon, conducted experiments and research, and forged rivalries and close connections. The plot becomes a murder mystery when one of the senior members dies in an apparent accident. Go to www.scottharral.com today to learn more about this out-of-this-world story!
Walter R. Hoge encourages readers to ponder at the majesty of Mother Earth in "Easter: McEaster Valley". This intriguing parable takes him and his dog along the way through an otherworldly valley. The message is that, yes, the richest life anyone should expect is to live is a life of commitment. To know more about Walter R. Hoge and his book, visit www.walterhogebooks.com.
The Hands of God: A Collection of Short Stories about God's Intervention in Human Lives is a moving collection of stories that show how much God cares for his people and how merciful he is. This book shows proof that God is still blessing just as many people as he did in the Bible. Go to www.judithalfordbooks.com to know more.
What inspired the story of Who's Knocking at My Door? was an unexpected visitor who arrived to the door. Terrie Stadler was inspired to pen a story about her bizarre encounter as a result of the occurrence. To know more about Terrie Stadler and her book, visit www.terriesbook.com.
How does a child find the gift that he has been given? It is not unusual for a child to be put into embarrassing situations, while they are finding out who they are. Self-realization is very important to all children. Stories they can relate to developing a child's personality. Visit www.sandrachapmanbirchfield.com to know more about Sandra C. Birchfield and her books.
Grey Feathers is a story about the 3rd Battalion, 12th Infantry, 4th Division serving in the Republic of South Vietnam 1967-1970. The story is derived from operation reports, battle scenes, magazine articles, interviews, and experience incurred in battle conditions. Visit www.danieldewaldgreyfeathers.com to know more.
Real Prison Real Freedom recounts the life and transformation of Rickie Smith, who was labeled as "the most violent man in Texas Prison." He entered prison on a ten-year narcotics charge, but he could have been released in a few years. Everything changed after fifteen years of gang warfare and conflict with jail officers. To know more about Rosser McDonald and his book, visit www.rossermcdonald.com.
Dr. Geraldine K. Piorkowski shares what she learned working with people from different socioeconomic levels, races, sexual orientations, and walks of life. She notes that unhealthy narcissism is quite different from the healthy variety that is the bedrock of self-love. Visit www.geraldinekpiorkowskibooks.com to know more.
"One Caregiver's Journey" is a personal memoir. The book is an easy read, honestly written and provides suggestions and information that can be utilized by all caregivers. Reading this book, you will feel as though you are in the author's living room. Wanna learn more about Eleanor Gaccetta and her works? Visit www.onecaregiversjourney.com.
Josh O'Donnell is on the run from the Union army, the very army in which he served. The great monster of war haunts the cowboy and refuses to release him from the consequences. A second confrontation awaits Josh in Sugar Tap. Will he ever be able to hobble the elephant? Go to www.frankdutch.com to know more about Frank Dutch and his book.
Jocelyne Ranucci's From Childhood to Christhood is a journey of self-reflection and personal growth. With great candor, warmth, and wit she reveals the intimate details of her soul-searching and spiritual journey. She teaches us how to unleash the great healing power that lies buried deep within us. To know more about Jocelyne Ranucci, visit her website at www.jranucci.com.