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The Library of Secrets: The Giant Mistake, Zoe Penn

Twelve year old Sophia and her younger brother Mark find a mysterious book at the local library and take it home. At first, it seems like just an ancient collection of stories, but soon, the children will discover that it is a portal to another world, Almation – and before they know it, they are

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Humongous (& Cool) Words for Kids, SB Hilarion

After immersing themselves in mantras in I AM Manifesto, young siblings Hao Finley and Sabine Yi Lee are on their journey of seeking knowledge from around the world. In Humongous (& Cool) Words For Kids, these philomaths not only learn about words from their own and other cultures and countries, they absorb new facts about

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Grim Nora and the Secret of the Skull, A.M. Albaugh

When Nora Youngblood’s father dies on her sixteenth birthday, it’s the end of everything she ever knew. But a new journey begins with a skull-shaped pocket watch – the last gift from her father, a professor of archaeology. Where did this mysterious trinket come from, and why would a warlock named Kabos now be hunting

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Inevitable, Debra J. Falasco

A man, his castle, and the only woman he’s ever wanted. When your soul finds the one it needs, true love is…inevitable. As a young girl, Lady Machelle Winston thought Lord Adrian Ravenspur was the man of her dreams, a knight in shining armor there to rescue her from life’s unfortunate scrapes and mishaps. Coddled

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Ten Cultures, Twenty Lives, Daina Jurika Owen

When your country is riddled with violence and oppression, is it possible to escape and find refuge? We often don’t realize all it takes for refugees to navigate the path to resettlement. They face years of waiting and countless hurdles before arriving in a strange new land with few possessions and little knowledge of their

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The Man Dance, Leslie M. Rollins

THE MAN DANCE is a three-part coming-of-age novel set in 1960s Britain. Leaving his idyllic upbringing in Cornwall, young George barely has time to adjust to London when he’s shipped off to a boarding school. There, he gets caught in a damaging relationship that shatters his confidence, even as his looks and talent for dance

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Reid’s Redemption, Sara Celi

A broken man. A town on its last leg. A love that could warm the coldest of hearts…  For too many years, Reid Powell carried the sins of his family. His father’s failed business. His younger brother’s drug addiction. An accident that permanently altered the lives of so many in his hometown. Now, their community

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Unwelcome Opportunity, Richard V. Battle

What do you do when you experience a divorce, two separate heart procedures and a cancer diagnosis all within a ten-month period? If you or yours are facing one of life’s demanding tests, Unwelcome Opportunity – Overcoming Life’s Greatest Challenges is an essential read. Richard Battle faced multiple tests in a short period of time

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The Pearl Harbor Conspiracy, J.G. Schwartz

Was Ethel Rosenberg executed for the wrong crime? By early 1940, after almost a decade of planning and implementing stricter and more aggressive anti-Semitic laws, the “Final Solution,” Hitler’s plan to exterminate the Jewish people, is set in place. Ethel Rosenberg, along with other members of the Young Communist League, attempt to draw isolationist America

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Inside the Chinese Wine Industry, Loren Mayshark

The perfect book to read with a glass of wine in hand.Inside The Chinese Wine Industrytakes you on a thrilling adventure through the past, present and future of wine in China.  The wine business is one of the world’s most compelling industries and China is considered the rising star. A hidden secret, the Chinese wine

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Chickenhawk, Arnaldo Lopez Jr

New York City’s mean streets have become a killing field and two homicide detectives hunt the crazed killer that’s targeting young, male, Hispanic prostitutes. Things get complicated when politics and a crooked private investigator enter the fray. Eddie Ramos and his partner, Tommy Cucitti, are detectives in the elite squad known as Manhattan North Homicide.

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Forgiven Are the Starry-Eyed, Christine Dore Miller

Sixteen-year-old Andrea Cavanaugh is elated when Josh, a bright-eyed piano prodigy, becomes her first boyfriend. But the closer she gets to him, the more she realizes that he’s not the boy she first fell for. In its poignancy and emotional darkness, Forgiven are the Starry-Eyed takes you deep into the delicate and devastating web of

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Lost Girls, Caitlyn Grey

When Felicity saw her face on a missing person poster she wasn’t afraid because she would be kidnapped. She was afraid because she would be okay with it. At 24-years-old, Felicity Walker’s seemingly average life was anything but that. She had endured enough heartache and life-altering events for one lifetime. With the help of Heather,

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Stories from the Vale: The Path of the Dragonfly, Kathy Ann Trueman

Shak is anything but a simple soldier with a clear-cut mission in life. He’s consumed with the relentless need for revenge against a man who was once his best friend. But that obsession is far from his only. Shak can’t forget he’d abandoned two helpless children during a battle. Though the deed that he can’t

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The Prodigal’s Wilderness, Sue White

PARABLE OF TRANSFORMATION: Much has been written regarding Luke Chapter 15 and there’s been a great debate regarding which theme(s) should be considered and which one(s) ignored; however, this book takes a different approach by viewing it as a parable of transformation.  Are you in need of transformation? •Are you confused, overwhelmed and struggling to

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Duffy the Dinosaur and the Secret Treasure!, Michael Pagliarulo

Duffy the Dinosaur and the Secret Treasure! is the winner of the prestigious International Book Awards. Travel on adventure with Duffy the Dinosaur and his friends, Betsy the Bunny and Sammy the Squirrel as they hunt for secret treasure and discover that things right under their noses are sometimes the hardest to see! This endearing

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I Spy the Boy Next Door, Samantha Armstrong

Four p.m. spy sessions are the highlight of Mallory Taylor’s day. Observing the boy next door—one with a body and an attitude to match—has her perched beside her window so often it can’t be healthy. When she finally convinces her mom to let her go to public school, Mallory comes face to face with her

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