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By Bobby Cinema

Bobby Cinema has written seven detective stories in one book about each different character going through solving a difficult case, being in the action and deal with real intensive stuff they had to go through from solving cases. For these seven ordinary detectives and their team, their work usually ends up in a library, which is their sanctuary and a place to read and relax at the same time. The first detective series is called Raymond: Librarian PI. Ray Levenstein, a former FBI agent, took over the head librarian job from his friend Jerry who helped him get in the LAPD police academy and became his mentor when he grew up. He was forced into retirement when he was shot in the line of fire when he was a FBI agent. Ray was well respected and highly decorated as an FBI agent, but he decided to retire at a young age of thirty-five. He took over Jerry’s job as a head librarian in the Los Angeles Public Library and decided to run a detective agency in his library since he has a PI license. He hires Kevin Sandler, Nick Arbuckle, and Alyson Harris who joined the PI team.

Thank you for reading the Seven Librarian Detective series. I hope you enjoy reading them. Who knows, maybe I can come up with another princess story in another time. This is my seventh book that I turn my seven librarian detective stories in one book. See you next time, and the library is now closed. Good-bye!


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By Jimmy Sanders
This book is designed to aid us in getting to know God for who he is and help develop knowledge of the God we are to worship. How can we worship a God that we don’t know?
It seems that more often than not, our worship preparation and presentation are done without any spirit or thought of God. Man seems to be on stage to present his own cause through showmanship and entertainment. A real presence of God is not sought and, in some places, may not be welcome. Worship seems to have lost its fire and definitely its fire power. There seems to be a missing element in going into the sanctuary to worship; we are trying to help rediscover the humbling spirit, awe, and adoration of God.
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By Roselyn Ogden Miller
The story is based on a memory from my childhood. As a seven year old I often stood on the fence surrounding our family home facing the street in Pine Ridge, South Dakota. It ran north past our home and provided entertainment for a inquisitive seven year old. One day in 1944 during World War II I noticed an older American Indian driving the then traditional team of horses and wagon. He was slouched down as he passed me. Later as I continued to view the daily activity I saw him return. This time a young soldier in uniform sat beside him proud and tall towering over his companion. As I watched the two riding toward me I could see the older man slowly beginning to straighten up and before they were out of my view he was sitting as tall and proud as the young soldier. I always thought of it as a father who came to town to meet the local bus to pick up his son who was home on leave. For seventy years this memory was kept alive in my heart. Now I give it back to the great grandchildren of the men and women who served their country he story is based on a memory from my childhood. As a seven year old I often stood on the fence surrounding our family home facing the street in Pine Ridge, South Dakota. It ran north past our home and provided entertainment for a inquisitive seven year old. One day in 1944 during World War II I noticed an older American Indian driving the then traditional team of horses and wagon. He was slouched down as he passed me. Later as I continued to view the daily activity I saw him return. This time a young soldier in uniform sat beside him proud and tall towering over his companion. As I watched the two riding toward me I could see the older man slowly beginning to straighten up and before they were out of my view he was sitting as tall and proud as the young soldier. I always thought of it as a father who came to town to meet the local bus to pick up his son who was home on leave. For seventy years this memory was kept alive in my heart. Now I give it back to the great grandchildren of the men and women who served their country. The stories of the service men and women are based on the history of those who served but all characters are fictitious. Not all battles of World War II are covered in this book. This is a telling of what the Native Americans who served shared with the students. May God bless them and their descendants who keep their memories alive.
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By IdaMae Trammell
This is a story of man’s best friend, building trust, demonstrating love, challenging integrity, and encouraging humanity for all.
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By Karen Appleby
Inspired by author Karen Appleby’s childhood experiences and new insights gained from a recent trip to Italy, she finally feels comfortable and blessed in her prayer life. Even though she served in ministry professionally for thirty years until her retirement and considers herself a spiritual person, prayer had seemed a mystery. Karen firmly believes that there are many people who struggle with prayer as well. Through a creative structure of contemplative writing, photography, scripture, spiritual-guiding questions, and an opportunity for the reader to journal, Reverend Appleby leads readers through a journey on a variety of themes centered on prayer, including the presence of God, places of rest, nature, forgiveness, community, revelations, communion, blessing, and thanksgiving, just to name a few. We believe that readers interested in deepening their prayer life will find this book helpful and hopefully inspire them to practice prayer in new ways and new places.
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By Joan Fields Long

The author grew up during the Great Depression. Born in 1931, she recalls many of the things that occurred during this period of time and in World War 11. Daisy Pate is a fictional character who is a young widow with four children to rear alone. She has inherited a 300 acre farm in North Carolina from her Grandfather. The story tells of her hope and hard work to keep the farm and her children from being victims of the hard times that all America experienced during what is known as the worst time in our history. Daisy’s journey is an account of many disappointments, yet joy, as she helps her children grow into women and men of respect, accountability and into what is now known as "The Greatest Generation". It is the experiences of life on a farm before electricity, telephones, and other conveniences came to rural North Carolina. The setting is a Quaker Community where life revolves around Daisy’s home and farm, the church and the public school. Readers of any age will see what life was like in the 1930's and early ‘40's on a farm.


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By Gail Moss, M.Ed., M.S.Ed
First of a kind educational fun book on the Oklahoma basketball team. Written on 2/3rd grade level, Together We Win provides information on team history, interesting facts about players, and fun activities for home and the classroom. It also includes a crossword puzzle, a word-find puzzle, a “making words” exercise, and comprehension questions.
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By Cindy Odum Harris, M.Ed.
This book reminds people that no matter the circumstances in a person's life, one can always muster up a smile. For when a person smiles at another, the favor is most often returned. JJ's neutral name, the fact that a snail does not have a race, religion, or gender, every person in the world can realize, through JJ, that a smile defies all boundaries. In a world with so much anger, why not learn to wear a smile as a daily accessory? Wear a smile. Share a smile. It doesn't cost a thing. Wear a smile, share a smile, and you can do almost anything!
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By Faith Steel
“Lessons from the Looney Bin” is the story of a nineteen-year-old girl stuck in a psychiatric ward because of her parents. This book is a collection of the stories and lessons she learned while on the inside, from her point of view.

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By Edward David

When it comes to poetry, I have heard it, discussed traditional or contemporary. Tradition is time honored, almost unto a law. Contemporary begs to be traditional. These are traditional poems written for the reader. They make a great gift to give to others.


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By Lucas R. Wright
In The Legend of Waterhole Branch, 29 year old Hunter Pierce attempts to escape the clutches of his ruthless Spanish kidnappers convinced that he built a financial empire around the long lost treasure of the revered Spanish Explorer Alonso Álvarez de Pineda. Hunter Pierce is a quantitative prodigy who grew up in rural southern Alabama in the desolate town of Magnolia Springs. His family owned a small waterfront house on Waterhole Branch, a shallow narrow tributary of Fish River that snaked through the hilly countryside. The genesis of the branch was one of the many springs that populated the area and provided Hunter and his two childhood friends, Brian and Camilla, countless opportunities to camp, fish and explore the swampy wooded terrain that encapsulated the largely uninhabited region. The legend of a 16th century Spanish treasure, once hidden in Waterhole Branch and lost to time, proves to be a reality. Tragedy displaces the inseparable trio just before high school and the three friends are led on drastically different paths through life. Hunter allows his personal tragedy to fuel a search for the treasure while effortlessly graduating from Oxford University with a degree in quantitative finance. Hunter insists his personal wealth is a product of his lucrative Wall Street career, while the Spanish treasure seekers, kidnappers, and self-proclaimed rightful owners of the treasure believe Hunter found the gold. While developing a plan to escape from his captors, Hunter is reunited with Brian and Camilla in Magnolia Springs 14 years after they last saw each other. The childhood friends test their loyalties before working together in an attempt to outsmart the crew of Spaniards relying on distinct skills each friend refined as he or she got older. Ultimately, the truth about the treasure is revealed as Hunter brilliantly masterminds his escape narrowly avoiding certain death at every turn.
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By Barbara Kane
This book can be read, with a little help, by children in the first grade and read alone by children in the second grade. The themes of this book are self-esteem and self-acceptance. This is a story about being “different” and wanting to be like everyone else. The little bear comes to like himself as he is—with his “difference.”

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By Leon Jackson Boone
As I look back over my life, it was a good ride. I experienced many potholes along the way. I’m not tired yet. The last thing I think about is death. I am not afraid of it. Why should I be? I can’t do anything about it. It’s just a sleep. I can’t move as fast as I once did, but I can still dance. This may be surprising to some; I still have fun with my wife. Someone may ask, “How often?” I will say to them, “Stop hating.” It would be foolish to ignore the bad, the good, and the ugly in my life. Those experiences caused my faith in Christ Jesus to be stronger. My faith in Jesus made it possible for me to be here seventy-five years as of January 17, 2014. I hear what I want to hear, see what I want to see, and remember what I want to remember. I realize that I am only important to myself. And to preserve whatever life I have left, I must be cooperative with matters of confrontation. Exhaustion will kill you before old age. I refuse to call myself old. I call myself blessed. To those people who think that they are too old to enjoy life and that they are walking through one of life’s valleys: Perhaps you are trusting in your exhaustion, not in God. And you are thinking this is how you are supposed to feel as years pass you by. You don’t have to be older than you are. When your load gets too heavy to carry, don’t give up—this is an opportunity for God, in Christ Jesus’s name, to take charge of you. There is no competition or stereotypes in God; just be who you are. Refuse to give up your happiness because you are older and instead think about your accomplishments and enjoy all of your abilities. The thought of loneliness and bitter disappointments brings self-pity and fear. When you dwell too long on bad circumstances, it will make you feel old and rob you of peace of mind. Respond to the love of God—you no longer need to speculate upon the quality of your life. It is good because God is good.
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By Sara Richardson
This is the story of a nineteenth century American girl who moved with her husband to the jungles of Central America in 1898. There she helped to manage mahogany and banana plantations, hunted, fished, kept a small jungle zoo, and cared for the sick and injured, whatever their nationality. When widowed after almost 20 years, she returned to the States and made a new life for herself, working and playing in early 20th century New York, San Francisco and Miami.
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By Clement C. Boar
This is a story about St. Pigolas and his team of pigs who visit farms all over the world each Christmas Eve to deliver goodies to good litt le piglets. Unlike Santa Claus who lives in the North Pole, St. Pigolas lives on a large acreage called Summerland. Summerland is warm year-round so there are plenty of vegetables to share when he makes his Christmas Eve trips. St. Pigolas's helpers work in his garden, and Mrs. Pigolas makes homemade candy in her kitchen. The goodies delivered to farms each Christmas Eve are assembled in a large barn on St. Pigolas's farm. This book is about one particular stop St. Pigolas and his team made on a farm on Christmas Eve.
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