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Queen Vernita Visits Gator Country, Dawn Menge

Have you ever seen a white alligator or held a baby alligator in your hand? Queen Vernita continues her adventures in the deep south. She learns all about the plantations, how the slaves lived, jazz, the Bayou and even holds a baby alligator A short while ago I read and reviewed a marvelous book called

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A Warrior’s Path: Rise of a Legend, Gena Ervin

The Legend of The Originators, passed down throughout generations, foretells of a chosen few who have been preordained to save the lands from destruction, uniting humans and magical creatures once and for all. Hadrien, a young prince, has accidentally killed his older brother with his budding magic. With the recent death of his mother, he

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Wager of Death, Brian W. Peterson

Triumvirate Technologies is under attack. Murder and arson keep the business owners on edge. A government audit adds to the angst. Further turmoil weighs down the business leaders when a junior executive proposes an absurd – and illegal – bet: he will get rid of the auditors within two weeks in exchange for leadership of

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Grubson Pug’s Christmas Voyage, Jane-Anne Hodgson

How far will Captain Grubson go to make this Christmas special? Grubson Pug, his crew of dogs, an arm-wrestling Siamese cat called Banzai and Marjorie the parrot set sail from St Benfro somewhere in the west of Wales, in search of Christmas presents for his demanding children. Desperate to hurry home by Christmas Eve, they

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Trauma, Shame, and the Power of Love, Christopher E. Pelloski MD

There is a reason books that recount the regrets and advice of the dying strike so deep a chord: people who have nothing left to lose can tell their stories with a sincerity and unpretentiousness we crave but that is all too rare. In “Trauma, Shame, and the Power of Love,” Christopher Pelloski relates his

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Coinage of Commitment, R. Costelloe

Wayne and Nancy grow up on opposite sides of the country, each certain they must have love richer than what others will settle for. Something stronger, something higher, something worth searching for. During the turbulent nineteen-sixties, they meet while he is attending blue-collar Drexel, and she is at neighboring, Ivy League Penn. Although irresistibly drawn

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Charles Hurt Himself Playing: Broken Arm, Dr. Nicole Audet

Charles broke his arm after falling from a swing. With his magical doctor’s bag in hand, Felix took Charles to the hospital. Booboo and his team applied a cast on his arm. Read this story to learn the secret of broken bones healing. A family doctor wrote these picture books on diseases. There are 8

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Return of Midnight Marauder, Roy Clinton

Driven from his home to protect his loved ones from retaliation from the town council of Bandera, Texas, John Crudder becomes a vagabond. As he moves across the state, he sees injustice everywhere and so continues his role as the Midnight Marauder beyond the boundaries of Bandera. In Huntsville, he finds cruelty worse than anything

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Lucid Sacred Dreams, Conrad Guardipee

Truth is stranger than fiction and one thing is clear, “Lucid Sacred Dreams” is a strange story indeed. Navy sailor Conrad Guardipee is back in a place all too familiar: an interrogation room with his freedom on the line. Join him as he traverses through his past to examine the definition of what it means

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Adaptively Radiant, Joseph E. Henning

While on a summer vacation in Japan, college student Justin Toshi Blackwood attends a lavish twenty-first birthday party for his cousin Kaito Saito. The two young men share a great-grandfather and soon realize each has inherited a mysterious family heirloom with one receiving a folding knife and the other a pocket watch. After discovering the

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The Ache of Healing!: 105 Sonnets of Love and Contemplations!, Christine Maalouf Abi Najm

105 sonnets divided into four categories: Roses and prickles, Spirits and souls, Places and Contemplations. “Roses and prickles poems” portray different types of romance and all the blissful and sad emotions that love brings with it. “Spirits and souls poems” describes personalities such as the greatest man alive, the altruistic, orphans, mothers, fathers, abusers, dreamers,

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Surviving Motherhood: The Baby Years, Lindsay Pratt

Journal your way to maternal sanity! There is nothing better than being a mother but, let’s be honest, there are days when it takes every ounce of willpower you have, not to just check yourself into the nearest psychiatric facility (at least there, someone else does all the cooking, cleaning and laundry). But, whether you’re scrubbing your

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Your Invincible Power: Open the Door to Unlimited Wealth, Health and Joy, Pamela Hamilton & W.T. Hamilton

The law of attraction works in our lives all of the time and has been written about in many books, giving us various views on the way we interpret this subject. Pamela Hamilton and W. T. Hamilton, who are mother and son, clearly write with different views. W. T. offers his ideas with a light

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The Sons of Starmount: Memoir of a Ten-Year-Old-Boy, Mark Elliott

The Sons of Starmount: Memoir of a Ten-Year-Old Boy is the story of a wild band of boys living on a once-in-a-lifetime street. Most of us have a time and place in our childhood that sets the course for the adult we grow up to be. I found mine: Starmount Drive, Tallahassee, Florida,1977. Starmount is

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City in a Forest, Ginger Pinholster

Hidden in the heart of Atlanta, a pristine forest shimmers with magic, but an unscrupulous developer plans to flatten Silver Park—unless two brave women can stop him. Arden Collier risks losing her home. Parker Gozer owns most of Arden’s secret forest, which is rooted in Atlanta’s rich African-American history. As Arden struggles to reclaim her

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Chasing Beverly, Ashlynn Cubbison

Two people. One chance to let it all go…Seeking redemption, Beverly Morgan has spent the last few years building an empire that was someone else’s dream. Devoted to her work, a handful of friends, and an array of charities, she’s been able to lock away her heart and convince herself it’s dead. After an unthinkable

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