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  • I Want to Cut My Hair!

    Jay was so excited about going to school. She loved the whole idea of what school was all about. She couldn’t wait to get started. Then she met Cindy. She couldn’t understand why Cindy didn’t like her. She tried everything to make Cindy like her, but everything about her was wrong. At least that’s what Cindy told her—even her hair! What’s wrong with her hair? She couldn’t tell Mom b...

  • God Has More Than One Name?

    Children ask a lot of questions! Some are simple: “Can I go outside?” “What’s for dinner?” But some are really difficult to respond to in simple terms like, “Why is the sky blue?” Or, “Where did God come from?”

    Most of the time, we can answer their questions without giving it a second thought. And sometimes their questions are more thought-provoking.

    This book is th...

  • Gift of Grace House

    The book is the memoirs of a devoted Catholic teacher, who found solace following the death of her oldest son in the Hospice House of the Sisters of Charity working with the terminal ill AIDS patients.

    Her personal encounter with Mother Teresa spurred an ever increasing devotion to the Blessed Mother that was rewarded with a special blessing.

    ...

  • The Bigamist

    The Bigamist is a family story told of my grandfather, several greats back, who served in the Confederate Army. He was reported killed in the Battle of Antietam in Maryland, though he was only wounded and spent the rest of the war in a Yankee prison camp in Chicago. When he returned home, he discovered his wife, who had though him dead, had remarried for protection of herself and the childr...

  • The Search for Freedom

    Two young women traveling from Petersburg, Virginia, to Mule Creek, Montana—assignment: collect a fortune in gold to help re-establish a defeated Confederacy.

    One young man sent from the Rum River Ranch in Minnesota to Sweetwater, Idaho, with the task of receiving a priceless Appaloosa stallion acquired from the Nez Perce Indian Nation and transporting them both safely home.

    A pros...

  • There Is Always Room for One More Blessing

    There Is Always Room For One More Blessing builds on the notion that it is too often the case where some people, to their detriment, insist on remembering the things that are worth forgetting while forgetting the things that are worth remembering. This scenario sets up a condition indicating a degree of confusion and the need to embrace a mental blueprint as a traveling companion through the ups a...

  • Into the Wilderness

    Into the Wilderness: A Journey of Faith is the spiritually inspiring and surreal true story of a young girl from West Virginia who, at the age of twelve, suddenly finds herself deposited into the harshest environment imaginable—the streets and public schools of South Central, Los Angeles.

    There, she struggles to survive not only the violence, crime, and destructi...

  • The Sweet Sixteen

    The Sweet Sixteen was written by Collegiate Men’s Basketball coach Austin McBeth. With the increase in the popularity of sports, young men and women are learning a great deal about love and authority from coaches in today’s culture. The impact that coaches at every level are leaving on their athletes is greater than it’s ever been.

    McBeth’s purpose in writing The Sweet Sixteen is to...

  • Pearls of Wisdom

    Pearls of Wisdom is a collection of recommendations that are intended to inspire the readers to become closer to their Creator. It is a book that is suitable for placing on a coffee table or leaving in a bathroom. The readers may be reminded of beliefs they have, but perhaps have not implemented....

  • I Can Do This

    This book, These Stories, were intended to be used by anyone who has the ability to help these individuals fit in wherever they go. If teachers could use these stories to introduce the problem and possibly the solution to the students prior to the introduction of the student with special needs or problems, there wouldn’t be so much apathy in the world.

    In using animals instead of names th...

  • Poems of the Parables

    Jesus used so many parables or stories that are also called to tell about so much, and I enjoy reading them.

    Now, writing the poems meant so much to me because it goes to the parables Jesus gave. Also, I searched all the

    Bibles to come up with the number of poems. Also, I thank Jesus for helping me in all this.

    Christly love,

    Buddy...

  • Getting to Your Inner Peace

    Have you ever felt internally devoid of emotions due to calamities in your life? Do you have trust issues or unresolved hurt? Well, this is the book for you. This book can help you obtain God’s peace that surpasses all understanding. This 5-step guide helps you tackle the obstacles within your life that causes you angst and prevents you from claiming your peace. You have what it takes within you...