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By Lois Lund
This book represents living action. Tots will love it for its rhyming poems. Parents will love reading every page out loud to their children. It’s a combination of poems and short stories. Use your imagination in this book. The short stories are true events from the author’s life. This book is comfortable. May it entertain and bring good memories in these troubled times. Read and relax. Enjoy!
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By Gerald L. Kovacich
This is a book not for the conventional reader. It is a book that will challenge your knowledge and beliefs about society today, society past, and the possibilities for the future. It is a personal observation of a man who has lived through and seen much-of society, love, hurt, religions, and wars. It is a book that will hopefully make you think.
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By Jason O'Neil
This novel primarily takes place on the paradise island of Ambergris Caye off the coast of Belize in Central America. The Flynn bothers, Matt and Murray, have invented an antigravity device, the Red Box, which makes a host platform weightless. Their first application of the technology is a seaplane called “Baldie” after the American bald eagle. The Red Box is replete with attempts by thieves to steal this toaster-size device and reverse-engineer it to bolster national economies. As a result, many action scenes from Paris to Hong Kong remind the reader of famous car chase scenes. Armed with patents and preliminary approval to operate in American airspace, the Flynns conclude a production agreement with a global transportation company headquartered in Stuttgart, Germany. While the first five Baldies are assembled in Homestead, Florida, so they can fly over the Everglades National Park en route to Belize for flight testing, Baldie 6 rolls off the production line in Vance, Alabama. The Red Box can create a million high-technology jobs within the American transportation systems and even in the space industry. A president running for reelection understands its impact and uses the Baldie to his advantage in a national barnstorming tour and the “1M” campaign. Congress authorizes an annual $1 billion tax-free licensing fee required by the Flynns in hopes of gaining large tax revenues. The final chapter has an American-German team selecting the next applications after the Baldie. The rationale for the selections challenges the reader to draw his or her own conclusions. By the end of the story, the reader realizes that a Red Box, should it ever become a reality, could put a miniature Baldie in every garage.
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By Donny R. Adair
An African American man with urban roots developed a passion for hunting, shooting, and fishing. He shares his family experience and gives encouragement advice to beginners.
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By Wanda Reu
A number of years ago, I worked with a friend on a poetry board. He was a wonderful mentor, and during that time, I wrote the Pedro Story. With his encouragement I developed a love for children's stories and poetry. I found the combination helped to convey a story children loved to hear over and over. This book is a story of Pedro’s journey with Rosita. Rosita fills the emptiness of Pedro's heart, so they decided to bind their hearts and make it one. The awaited day has finally come. On the twenty-third day of September, they take their wedding vows as a couple. Let's check and see some of the things that would happen on their special day. Is this couple ready for their new journey?
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By LuBrenda Turner
The spitting image of her father, Jasmine, a chubby little girl with kinky, thick locks of hair and big brown eyes, always felt out of place in the presence of her family, especially in fashion conscience New York City. To Jasmine, life simply was not fair. Her older sister Pat, the beautiful daughter, could eat what she wants and not gain an ounce, whereas Jasmine had to watch everything she chucks, or endure her mother Bernice’s condescending comments about her weight. Regardless of Jasmine's accomplishments , her mother knew exactly what to say to bring her down. Thank GOD she could rely on her father, her faith, and her friends for comfort and support, but most of all to assure her that like her sister Pat, she also was relevant. By most standards, Jasmine’s best friend Cynthia would be considered an average looking female, but she knew how to work a crowd. She had a way of making the opposite sex, and at times the same sex, feel excited at the thought of being in her presence. Having spent most of her adult life avoiding commitment, Cynthia did and said whatever she wanted, with no inhibition and no regrets. And should the opportunity present itself, she took lovers like most men did, with unbridled passion and no commitment. In spite of her gay brother’s insistence of their bonding in commiseration, Cynthia, refuses to engage. She wants nothing more than to forget the ills of their childhood. She’d much rather focus on the pre-foster care era of their lives, because as bad as it was living with an addictive mother, it was even worse being thrown into the debacle that was Child Protective Services. With inner strength, spirituality and love, the women prevail while living in the concrete jungle, with no inhibitions and no regrets.
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By Tia Austin
The ancient city of Haven has at last been found, and its many mysteries are slowly being brought to light. Life-long thief Brace has found a home and a family at last, after so many years alone, years of running away. Though his decision to make a change came easily enough, he finds that change itself does not come quite so easily. In the midst of a new set of struggles, Brace and his companions are swept up by Jair's driving passion to bring the people of Dunya to a new home of peace and safety in an ever-darkening world. But when they discover a mysterious threat hanging over them, they are left wondering, will their peace be shattered? Is any place truly safe?
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By Donna Faulkner Schulte
Santa is cleaning and finds a special gift that he had put up because He could not find the child who deserved it. His Head Elf Percy notices that Santa is a little down in the dumps and ask Santa what the problem is. When Santa tells him that he had made this gift special for a certain Type of child but never found him. Percy offers to go out into the world and see if he can help Santa find this child before Christmas, so that Santa can finally give this special gift the Perfect Child and be happy again. So Percy goes out to look for this child and is about to give up until he meets someone he thinks might be the one.
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By Doris Shackelford-Dozier
My purpose for writing this book is to find out who I really am. It helps to inspire the true me from a spiritual and a personal point of view. I asked the question “Who am I?” After sixty-one years of life, I know the answer. Despite, life’s obstacles—they were put there for a reason, or should I say, many reasons. I have learned to go through, around, about, or below, but I never got stuck during trying times. Obstacles are the opposite of opportunity, but both have challenges. I feel that my truth through these poems that saved my soul can be of help to someone regardless what their situation(s) maybe. Staying divinely focused, positive, and open-minded emulates your life’s true purpose.
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By Daniel Tanguay
The book serves as an inspiration to those who suffered at the hands of another and shows what can happen when you get up, dust yourself off, and keep on going. The book shows what can happen if you don’t get up and keep going. So when there are bullies on the playground, tell someone.
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By Tomas Vietorisz
It has been said that the world is always new to those who can see themselves in a new light. This creative and varied collection of poetry takes us along on a journey of introspection and self-discovery. As we read through these poems, the feelings they communicate are both intense and subtle. The author does not shrink from feelings of despair, but nor is he consumed by them. He finds consolation in the knowledge that memories endure even as new horizons beckon us away from them. Happiness is here too: the joy of romance, of playing with one’s child, of discovering the wonders of nature, of vacations and even of the simple, everyday act of cooking an evening meal. William Wordsworth once described poetry as the spontaneous outflow of powerful emotion recollected in times of tranquility. This collection is surely a testament to that notion. Most importantly, however, this poetry is genuine. It is a cri de coeur in its passionate honesty to embrace that which is most difficult. It is a celebration of the view from above after having mastered a difficult struggle. It is a retrospective look at life and all that it has to offer. And ultimately, we find here, in the end, an acceptance of that life despite all its many flaws and imperfections. There is much enjoyment to be had here in reading and rereading this excellent collection of poems.
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By Violet Brooke
I wrote the book about my childhood; so that others may learn that it is not what you have but what you do with what is given in life to you and that God will bless you only if you ask.
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By Wilma Handley
The book is to help young children who are being bullied. To help them realize that just because we aren’t all alike that we are all special in our own way.
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By Joseph Heskel Koukou
Joseph Heskel Koukou | Born in Basra, Joseph Heskel Koukou was ten years old when his family settled in Iran. As a businessman, his life was intertwined with that of his Jewish community and the rapport of friendship he held with all groups, independently of their religion, of their culture and their ethnic affiliation. | When Khomeini took power and established the Islamic regime, he was imprisoned as a Jew and passed over four years behind bars. He reread and meditated upon the Tanakh, the Jewish Bible. In his autobiographical work, he recounts his incarceration and describes the life of the Jews under the regime of the mullahs. The book is also a precious document on the history of the Jews and that of the Middle East. Joseph Heskel Koukou transmits profound reflections on his reading of the Book and on his life experience. | A magnificent work. Naïm Kattan, Adieu Babylone: Mémoires d’un juif de Bagdad | (transl. Farewell to Babylon: Coming of Age in Jewish Baghdad) | Knight of the Order of Canada | Knight of the Order of Quebec | Arts and Letters of France | Knight of the Legion of Honour Like the Biblical Joseph, Joseph Koukou emerged from the darkness of an unjust imprisonment to offer precious guiding light. An inspiring and remarkable work of devotion, the moving stories, testimonies and wise commentaries enlighten the mind while touching the heart. Schachar Orenstein, Rabbi | Spanish & Portuguese Synagogue of Montreal Nothing seemed to predestine businessman Joseph Koukou to be immersed in the study of the biblical Scriptures. Unjustly imprisoned for close to five years in the impregnable Iranian prison of Evin from which one rarely comes out alive, he discovers inside him this faith that moves mountains, which allows him to study and decode the Jewish Bible. It is the spiritual food he shares with other prisoners, seeing in their midst a light in the corridor of their despair. Such a gift of compassion is only given to a man inhabited by an exceptional spirituality, to a point of destabilizing judges and executioners solely by his countenance, his serene voice, and his composure in the darkest moments under the menace of imminent execution. Joseph Koukou, Orpheus charming the guardian dog of Hades? A steadfast heart and soul that simply embraced his faith in the fate of Humankind. | The book’s third chapter runs a chill down the spine: we plunge into the deaf terror of the politico-religious apparatus of the Iranian regime, one through which Sandra—the prisoner’s daughter—weaves in and out of, fearlessly, armed solely with the determination and love of a 23-year-old girl for her father. Raphaël Levy, L’Homme qui voulait changer le monde From a spiritual point of view, all that time spent discussing the Bible with Mr. Koukou helped in some way to have saved my soul. It was very effective... if there was an opportunity to help someone, Mr. Koukou would always be the first to do so…. My memories of Mr. Koukou are enough to fill a book. I will forever remember his bravery, loyalty, understanding and general knowledge…. Dear Mr. Koukou, I will forever respect you and never forget you. Firouz Farokhzad, Photographer | Tribute from a Cellmate | New York, January 2014
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By Carlynn Ullrich Sherman
This book takes place in rural South Sudan, Africa. The protagonist of the story is a young girl whose main task in life is to fetch water multiple times per day for her family, often walking miles from her home and back, carrying a heavy water container.
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