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By Elias Rinaldo Gamboriko, AJ. Ph.D

The purpose of this study was to examine the situation of the lost girls and boys of Sudan and to identify the effects of civil war in the country. The effects of war in the country left most Sudanese traumatized in refugee camps, while a few managed to relocate to the United States and settle in South Dakota. Through this study, some of the lived experiences of several lost girls and boys who have suffered psychologically and socially as a result of being exposed to civil war and being forced to relocate to the United States have been identified. The degree to which these Sudanese immigrants’ current lives in the U.S. are affected by what they witnessed and experienced, as well as the extent to which their treatment was helpful in restoring their mental health, was also examined. Information from the interviews showed that each of the experiences of these young men and women were unique and that each immigrant coped with their experiences differently. One conclusion drawn from the study was that a majority of the support for these new immigrants should be given to those individuals who are 18 or older when they arrive.


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By Elias Rinaldo Gamboriko, AJ. Ph.D

The purpose of this study was to examine the situation of the lost girls and boys of Sudan and to identify the effects of civil war in the country. The effects of war in the country left most Sudanese traumatized in refugee camps, while a few managed to relocate to the United States and settle in South Dakota. Through this study, some of the lived experiences of several lost girls and boys who have suffered psychologically and socially as a result of being exposed to civil war and being forced to relocate to the United States have been identified. The degree to which these Sudanese immigrants’ current lives in the U.S. are affected by what they witnessed and experienced, as well as the extent to which their treatment was helpful in restoring their mental health, was also examined. Information from the interviews showed that each of the experiences of these young men and women were unique and that each immigrant coped with their experiences differently. One conclusion drawn from the study was that a majority of the support for these new immigrants should be given to those individuals who are 18 or older when they arrive.


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By Rosa Macfarland
Swana is a young, adventurous little girl who wants a new and exciting game to play with her three companions. However, before she knows it, she is lying to her family and sneaking around with her friends. Swana soon realises though that honesty is always the best policy.
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By Sandra Savell
At the time this book was written, the youngest person recorded with Alzheimer’s Disease was 28 years old. Since I learned about Alzheimer’s with my maternal grandmother suffering from and succumbing to the disease in the 1980’s, the ages of Alzheimer’s patients have been steadily becoming younger and younger. In my mother’s memory care unit was an educator who died of early onset Alzheimer’s at the age of 53. There is a new diagnosis of Alzheimer’s every 67 seconds and it is estimated that one in every three people in the United States will have Alzheimer’s by the age of 85. This disease lasts from 2 - 25 years. If this trend continues then every family in this country will be visited by Alzheimer’s and the affects on caregivers will also affect this nation. This book is both a personal story of a decade-long journey of caregiving as well as a call to arms for funding and research of this terminal disease.
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By Sandra Savell
At the time this book was written, the youngest person recorded with Alzheimer’s Disease was 28 years old. Since I learned about Alzheimer’s with my maternal grandmother suffering from and succumbing to the disease in the 1980’s, the ages of Alzheimer’s patients have been steadily becoming younger and younger. In my mother’s memory care unit was an educator who died of early onset Alzheimer’s at the age of 53. There is a new diagnosis of Alzheimer’s every 67 seconds and it is estimated that one in every three people in the United States will have Alzheimer’s by the age of 85. This disease lasts from 2 - 25 years. If this trend continues then every family in this country will be visited by Alzheimer’s and the affects on caregivers will also affect this nation. This book is both a personal story of a decade-long journey of caregiving as well as a call to arms for funding and research of this terminal disease.
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By Evangeline Anna Kurr-Goss
Evangeline's book is an attempt to spread goodness as she earns money to continue to support her ministry. She is very much hopeful that you will not only purchase her book but read it and understand what her deepest desires are. It is basically the story of who she is and how she arrived at her destinations.
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By Jean Rowe Evans

“I am a bold and beautiful Caribbean girl born in Montego Bay Jamaica West Indies. I left Jamaica after experiencing some tough times and came to the United States. The difficult years of my youth and as a young adult just made me more determined to succeed. Leaving home to find work to help support my family. I went back to school and received my “Dental Assistant Certification”. I currently work as a Nurse’s Assistant.
I went back to visit Jamaica to see and do the things I did not have a chance to do growing up. The island with its beautiful beaches, culture and history. The “Rose Hall Great House” and the story of the “White Witch Annie Palmer”. Elizabeth Barrett Browning was one of the most prominent poets of the Victorian era. Kingston the capital of Jamaica and is home to Port Royal and the pirate history when the Spanish Galleons sailed the Caribbean. Reflecting on seeing the Queen of England on her visit to the Cayman Islands.
My goal was to accomplish my dream, writing this book, the story of my life. My strong religious belief carried me through my daily life. I thank “God” for turning my life around. I am a loving sister to my three sisters and their families. May “God” bless us all including my two brothers. The hardship that my family endured helped shape our lives. The loss of my father at a young age. The struggles of my mother and my sisters to endure those difficult times. I plan to continue living my dream and write many more books.”


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By Bob Roth

All college students would like to graduate with good jobs in their fields of interest, jobs that pay well and effectively launch their careers with desirable employers. This book shows students how to achieve their employment goals.

The What - What exactly can be done to ensure employment success?
The How  - How are the steps, actions and results achieved?
The Why  - Why are these steps, actions and results necessary?

For most good jobs, grades alone are no longer enough. The best employers want students to demonstrate their capabilities in an array of environments and situations. Therefore, knowing what to do is important. However, students also need a system that lays out the steps that can be followed during each semester of college.

When students perform the activities and produce the results that employers need, want, and expect of the best candidates, their employment possibilities will improve dramatically. That is what this book is all about. It will enable more students to compete effectively in the job market.


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By DORA ALDRIDGE
Kids Say the Funniest Things, things children unknowingly say very wittley and does not realize the joy they give us with their charm and openness to life.
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By Naomi Russell

Coos Bay Shanghai, an adult book, is a story about a pioneer family that settled in the Coos Bay, Oregon area. Their mode of transportation is mainly by boat and they ship their commodities through Rock's Dock at Empire City. They experience many problems, including Slim's thievery, a fire that tears at their heartstrings but has its rewards, the loss of their daughter Terisa, and disaster that wipes them out financially.

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By Autumn Lake
On this night, another Atlantic winter storm is beginning to engulf Summter Island.

Marion, driving her old Chevy, is on her way home from one of  her community meetings when the car slides on a patch of black ice and crashes over the railing and into the sea below.

When she wakes up, she finds that she is standing in front of her home, but now she is a ghost and to her surprise only her youngest grandson Patrick can see and talk with her

This is a story about a mother who, after death,  continues to work to keep her family together.  It is a story of  a family loving and caring for each other, and Marion uses her humor and stubbornness to help them recognize the value of  family and the chance for them to give to their own children the life they themselves had while growing up at Windsong.

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By Bob Roth

All college students would like to graduate with good jobs in their fields of interest, jobs that pay well and effectively launch their careers with desirable employers. This book shows students how to achieve their employment goals.

The What - What exactly can be done to ensure employment success?
The How  - How are the steps, actions and results achieved?
The Why  - Why are these steps, actions and results necessary?

For most good jobs, grades alone are no longer enough. The best employers want students to demonstrate their capabilities in an array of environments and situations. Therefore, knowing what to do is important. However, students also need a system that lays out the steps that can be followed during each semester of college.

When students perform the activities and produce the results that employers need, want, and expect of the best candidates, their employment possibilities will improve dramatically. That is what this book is all about. It will enable more students to compete effectively in the job market.


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By Thomas Gordon Sutton

A warning to the reader. This novella is all about fears. The fears you are about to read may become your own. If that happens, it may take years before you can overcome them. Read at your own risk.

The novella begins with Bill driving a 1960 Ford Falcon. Bill's own fears have led him down a lonely interstate to a deserted boarding house. He has lived most of his life in fear and now he wants it to change.

He meets a strange old man named Joe. Joe has a process that changes lives. After Bill completes the process, his worst fear is realized.

Not only is Bill's future rewritten, but your future may change.


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By Sophie and Natalie Washo
About Stash and the Adventures of the Coal Cousins

Stash is a wise old dog who lives with two sisters Cece and Lele. They all go on adventures with their cousins and learn important lessons for all kids!

The story/authors/Art from the Heart charity

The Adventures of the Coal Cousins follows Cece and Lele in fun childhood adventures, where they learn important lessons from Stash the dog. In this story the Coal Cousins find a map and go on adventure to find the mysterious Crystal Mountain! The problem is, they venture out after school, when it starts to get dark outside, and forget to tell their parents where they were going! Follow the sisters and cousins on this exciting adventure, with unexpected twists and turns, as they learn valuable lessons from Stash the dog at the end!

The book and illustration concepts are written by Sophie (age 10) and Natalie (age 8) Washo, created in memory of Sophie and Natalie Washo's Grand-Dad Michael Washo, who passed away from heart complications while battling cancer. The stories draw inspiration from 3 generations of Washo's, Malitskys, and Cameron's by combining childhood stories from all generations as if everyone are kids at the same time. In the first book "Little Mikey" is Grand-Dad Washo, "Cece and Lele" are Sophie and Natalie Washo and introducing "Krusty" based on cousin, TJ Gennaro.. A percentage of the net proceeds will benefit the Michael Washo Art from the Heart charity established to draw awareness to heart risks associated with chemo and radiation treatments to patients battling cancer. Thank you for the support!

Website:http://stashandadventuresofcoalcousins.com/
FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/stashandcoalcousinsadventures
Twitter: @Stashsays112
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By Sophie and Natalie Washo
About Stash and the Adventures of the Coal Cousins

Stash is a wise old dog who lives with two sisters Cece and Lele. They all go on adventures with their cousins and learn important lessons for all kids!

The story/authors/Art from the Heart charity

The Adventures of the Coal Cousins follows Cece and Lele in fun childhood adventures, where they learn important lessons from Stash the dog. In this story the Coal Cousins find a map and go on adventure to find the mysterious Crystal Mountain! The problem is, they venture out after school, when it starts to get dark outside, and forget to tell their parents where they were going! Follow the sisters and cousins on this exciting adventure, with unexpected twists and turns, as they learn valuable lessons from Stash the dog at the end!

The book and illustration concepts are written by Sophie (age 10) and Natalie (age 8) Washo, created in memory of Sophie and Natalie Washo's Grand-Dad Michael Washo, who passed away from heart complications while battling cancer. The stories draw inspiration from 3 generations of Washo's, Malitskys, and Cameron's by combining childhood stories from all generations as if everyone are kids at the same time. In the first book "Little Mikey" is Grand-Dad Washo, "Cece and Lele" are Sophie and Natalie Washo and introducing "Krusty" based on cousin, TJ Gennaro.. A percentage of the net proceeds will benefit the Michael Washo Art from the Heart charity established to draw awareness to heart risks associated with chemo and radiation treatments to patients battling cancer. Thank you for the support!

Website:http://stashandadventuresofcoalcousins.com/
FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/stashandcoalcousinsadventures
Twitter: @Stashsays112
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