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By C. C. Prewitt
Angela Tolbert is living her dream as a data monitor in Boston, until one day her world comes crashing down around her when she is fired from her job and is forced to move back to her hometown in University Heights. While out shopping, she meets a cute stranger who is just the push that she needs to overcome her fears and turn her life into something meaningful again, but not before a secret from her past threatens the new life she is working toward.
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By Ronald W. Holmes, Ph.D.
This book provides research-based strategies to eradicate bullying from the school culture.
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By Linda M. Washington
What’s inside a person’s heart is what matters. Twinkle was a boy born with one special winking eye. His neighbors and friends laugh because he winked all the time. They just stare at his appearance and tease him all the time. He asked both his parents if the condition would cause him to die. His mother replied, “Not in a lifetime.” One day, while Twinkle was on vacation at the beach, he was stung by a jellyfish on his winking eye. His parents drove him to hospital, where he stayed overnight. The doctors checked on his condition and felt it was okay for him to go home. He was drowsy from the medicine and went right to sleep. Then a voice whispered, “I am your angel. I need the wink so I can give it to a child that cannot see or wink at all.” And so little Twinkle, unaware of his special gift, was now wink-free.
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By Frank Johnson
An Inspirational book that teaches everyone to love nature.
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By Curtis Jordan
Do you believe that there are no good men left? Do you find that you attract all the wrong men and can’t figure out why? If so, then reading “Your Choice in Men: Why You Seem to Attract the Wrong Ones” will guide you through what could be the reasons. You will only be able to find the man of your dreams once you wake up from your nightmare of perpetual relationships with men who are not supposed to be in an intimate relationship with you in the first place. There are basic, fundamental, commonsense truths that will help you stop making the same mistakes when it comes to choosing a good man. We all have made decisions but only realized that certain decisions were bad ones once they played themselves out. How do you recover from a bad decision when it comes to men? You stop and take the time to learn what you did wrong and stop focusing on how he did you wrong. When you recognize that every decision you make will affect your outcome, good or bad, only then will you be able to focus your energy on the right man and excuse all the wrong men from your life. This book will give you information that will help you or at least an explanation that will enlighten you on the experiences that must be traveled in order to find the person that is meant for you.
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By Jenny West Smith
“Bobcats are very clever at catching rabbits and squirrels and other small animals. When one adventurous squirrel falls for a trick of Bruce Bobcat’s, it’s up to his brothers to find a way to rescue him.”
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By Jeremy Shorter
For more information about this author, visit www.JeremyShorter.net. The second series of The Hidden Treasure That Lies in Plain Sight is a captivating and thought-provoking book that talks about the letter J being the newest letter in the English alphabet. This book also talks about King James I of England and how he was a black man who was king of England, Scotland, Ireland, and much more. The Hidden Treasure That Lies in Plain Sight features captivating content of a rich heritage that has been hidden from the masses. Read more about his research at www.IsraellitesUnite.com
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By Dr. John Thomas Wylie
The purpose of this book, A Commentary on the Epistle of Paul: The Apostle to The Hebrews is to provide an inspiring, systematic, devotional, biblical study for laypersons and clergy alike. Like Paul, Dr. Wylie intends to show the superiority and finality of God’s Revelation to men through Jesus Christ as over against Judaism or any other previous revelation of God. Another purpose for this book is to inform discouraged Christians and to render spiritual support from the epistle to the Hebrews and by innumerable examples both of Christ and those who had successfully live by faith. Central to the purpose of this writing is the necessity to look away from our trials, tribulations, and life circumstances and look unto Jesus Christ, the author and finisher of our faith, who reigns as the Supreme Example above all and over all in heaven and earth forever. Like Paul, Dr. Wylie’s reasoning in behalf of the readers is that this is what the New Testament church needs above all else to make us all strong (and keep us strong) in the Christian faith. Central to the heart of this commentary as that of Hebrews is the concept of Christ as the perfect example and perfect high priest of God, who establishes the new covenant both by his priestly work and his sacrificial death.
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By J. Tristan Hart
Pee-Wee the Parrot is Book 6 in the Friendly & Barnackel Series. It is a story about the importance of speaking politely to others.
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By D. L. Widek
Living as a normal family in Arlington, Virginia, Marcy Frank’s life was about to spiral down to the pits of hell. Her father walked into the path of the bullet. Her mother had to move the girls from their way of life to the poorest section of the District of Columbia, DC, or better known as the Federal Triangle. Her mother and sister were into drug use and prostitution. Marcy went to the corner store, only to return to the apartment to find her sister beaten beyond recognition and her mother dead! This will be the hardest decision of her life: to stay and become like her sister or mother or run far away to better herself. Her journey becomes even harder when a mysterious person gives Marcy her baby to raise—yet another choice on where to live with the baby and how to raise it. She finds a loving couple to take the baby and her into their family. Marcy has the love of the family she yearned for. Finishing college, she enters into training with the FBI all because of Sam Smith. Marcy/Faith’s journey in life takes her from a young teen to a wise young person. She finds challenges with being a mom, welcoming romance, becoming an FBI agent, and traveling from state to state, tracking the drug cartel to bring them down. The journey will take you into the lives of others who have had their lives uprooted also by the drug cartel.
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By Ann Marie Kappel, Ph.D
This book is an essential guide to help women enhance their self-worth and transform their life. It encourages them to stand in their power, succeed and be the confident women they were created to be. Success is what you are on the inside, not merely an outside appearance, and it is different for everyone. When you become empowered, you own your own power to live the life you love. You understand how to tap into your highest potential and reclaim your individuality by going within. You are given action steps to gain success in your personal, professional, and spiritual life, to achieve high self-esteem and learn to live a life of abundance. It explains that wealth and abundance is more than money; it is a place where wholeness and happiness reside. You don’t have to wait until something happens or circumstances change in order to be happy, because happiness is an emotion, a muscle that you can flex all the time. It teaches you the importance of living in the moment, showing up for life, and being present. You will learn how to thrive and not just survive by understanding the importance of appreciation and gratitude for things you already possess. It explains how to handle the negative self-talk in your psyche and how to reframe your thoughts by being in a state of awareness; understanding that what you think about expands and determines your future. This book is unique because it weaves in why you should also know your net-worth. It helps you to understand the importance of having financial freedom and being prepared for when sudden life changes occur.
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By C. V. Mason
Growing up, Mason has struggled with finding his own identity. Considering this, he spent most of his time chasing after his father’s foot steps. Within the covers of this book, the reader will find themselves immersed in Mason’s beautiful wordplay as he conveys his experience in a poetic manner.
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By Dr. Linda Sturrup
“Up on My Tippy Toes” is the second installment of the Natalie Jean Book Series. This cute story shows how Natalie Jean initially responds to the challenge of difficulties in dance class. This is a great story for young readers to encourage them not to give up and to keep trying when learning new things.
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By Michael K. Smith and Kathryn R. Smith
How do children develop emotional intelligence? How do parents improve their ability to relate to others? How can parents and children think more creatively? What Do We Do? Questions on Psychology and Education for Parents addresses these questions and many more with insightful and entertaining articles. Dr. Michael K. Smith, an educational psychologist, and Dr. Kathryn R. Smith, a forensic psychologist, bring different perspectives to these issues of parenting and education. These articles will help parents answer questions about how to parent, how to improve relationships, and how to deal with change.
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By Charles G. Ankrom
The Dialogue on race in America does need to change, but not in the way most people have been programmed to believe. The author presents proof from various segments of society, in support of his proposition that society and the media pander to blacks to such a degree, pursuant to a politically-correct mind-set of reverse discrimination, so ingrained, that it actually poses a barrier to ending racism. Why is it always presumed that whites discriminate against blacks every time a cry of racism is heard? And why are these stories so prevalent in today’s media? “Black lives Matter” and “Hands Up, Don’t Shoot” are all that seem to be on the evening news. Yet the facts of some of these cases (Trayvon Martin and Michael Brown) hardly seem to provide adequate poster boys for a new civil rights movement. Hate crimes seem to only get filed against whites, many times for the hanging of a noose. Yet blacks assault whites with cries of “justice for Trayvon” or “remember Michael Brown” and hate crimes are not even considered. Why does society so excessively pander to blacks with such things as Black History Month, The Congressional Black Caucus, Historically Black Colleges and Universities, etc., yet the white equivalent of these do not exist and their very mentioning would bring cries of racism? How can there so blatantly exist a National Association for the Advancement of Colored People which garners a place at the tables of the highest politicians, yet to propose the same type of organization for whites would immediately be labeled racist. Why is it socially accepted that blacks can use the dreaded n-word at will, the word being a staple in rap music lyrics, yet white people dare utter the word and careers are lost? Like the little boy that cried wolf, racism is all America hears. And so much so that the silent white majority is comfortable with just turning a deaf ear, even in cases (Eric Garner and Freddie Gray) where those cries, or at least cries of police brutality, seem to have merit. The author also proposes that a ‘thug mentality’ or ‘thug culture’ is so prevalent among blacks today that it stands as an additional obstacle, perhaps insurmountable, to overcoming racism in America. The silent white majority is tired of hearing the likes of blacks who look, talk and act like Michael Brown’s step father the moment after the grand jury decision in Ferguson was announced, as he vehemently urged onlookers to “burn this bitch down.” The author urges you to read and consider, agree or disagree, but above all to open your mind to the possibility that the propositions herein are true. Because then and only then can the dialogue on race occur that is necessary to defeat the ugly monster of racism.
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