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By Adrienne Fox
Adrienne Fox is a retired musician who began her literary career reviewing concerts. This is her fifth novel. The other novels are the following: The Retirement, Starstruck, Tit for Tat, and IQ. Adrienne Fox writes about life in Britain from 1941–1963, when old traditions came head-to-head with new ideas as wartime austerity gave way to the Swinging Sixties. She colorfully describes growing up in a constant conflict of the morals, views, and opinions at a time when material goods were in short supply, conversation took the place of electronic entertainment, and serious communication was restricted to letter writing. Through wry humor, she tells of her efforts to understand family conflicts and of her own ill-formed ambitions. Desperately wanting to please in order to “keep the peace” but frequently appearing to fall short, “Can’t do right for doing wrong” aptly describes periods of her progress. Her story paints a tragic-comic picture of the incidents and attitudes within the time frame beginning in a northern industrial town, where the ration books vied with the hymn books in the family home, to college life in London and trying to find a job.
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By Adrienne Fox
Adrienne Fox is a retired musician who began her literary career reviewing concerts. This is her fifth novel. The other novels are the following: The Retirement, Starstruck, Tit for Tat, and IQ. Adrienne Fox writes about life in Britain from 1941–1963, when old traditions came head-to-head with new ideas as wartime austerity gave way to the Swinging Sixties. She colorfully describes growing up in a constant conflict of the morals, views, and opinions at a time when material goods were in short supply, conversation took the place of electronic entertainment, and serious communication was restricted to letter writing. Through wry humor, she tells of her efforts to understand family conflicts and of her own ill-formed ambitions. Desperately wanting to please in order to “keep the peace” but frequently appearing to fall short, “Can’t do right for doing wrong” aptly describes periods of her progress. Her story paints a tragic-comic picture of the incidents and attitudes within the time frame beginning in a northern industrial town, where the ration books vied with the hymn books in the family home, to college life in London and trying to find a job.
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By Peter Persad
A ribald, raucous, shameless, and touching account of one Caribbean gay boy’s fight for recognition, acceptance, and love over five decades, several cultures, and several continents! The hen next door announces to his parents he wants a sex change at fifteen, and it’s all downhill after that, or flying free, depending on your point of view, gay or Christian. Or both, as this hilariously shameless, educated, and unapologetic character who thinks he is gay chats with his neighbor about a lifetime of sexual escapades and tears we wonder if indeed “she didn’t know that some people, even her mother, could not like her.”
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By Peter Persad
A ribald, raucous, shameless, and touching account of one Caribbean gay boy’s fight for recognition, acceptance, and love over five decades, several cultures, and several continents! The hen next door announces to his parents he wants a sex change at fifteen, and it’s all downhill after that, or flying free, depending on your point of view, gay or Christian. Or both, as this hilariously shameless, educated, and unapologetic character who thinks he is gay chats with his neighbor about a lifetime of sexual escapades and tears we wonder if indeed “she didn’t know that some people, even her mother, could not like her.”
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By Zalika Hadiya Etienne
On Saturday Morning is a relatable small-moment story. Every day, parents all over the land and country spend time with their children. They spend time doing any number of things. This time is more valuable to children then parents even know. This book chronicles one such occasion. A little girl and her mother, whom she adores, are waking up. What’s on the agenda? They are about to embark upon one of their numerous Saturday morning adventures. Two New York City boroughs are connected through their passage. Significant landmarks and neighborhoods show up. It’s a story of love, family, and values. It highlights the power of memories and the benefit of making positive ones. As if that’s not enough, this quality literature is a phenomenal teaching tool and a valuable mentor text. The author’s style exhibits qualities of good writing. It naturally integrates assorted examples of figurative language. Additionally, its narrative progression is a great basis for scholars to use when writing their own small moment stories.
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By Zalika Hadiya Etienne
On Saturday Morning is a relatable small-moment story. Every day, parents all over the land and country spend time with their children. They spend time doing any number of things. This time is more valuable to children then parents even know. This book chronicles one such occasion. A little girl and her mother, whom she adores, are waking up. What’s on the agenda? They are about to embark upon one of their numerous Saturday morning adventures. Two New York City boroughs are connected through their passage. Significant landmarks and neighborhoods show up. It’s a story of love, family, and values. It highlights the power of memories and the benefit of making positive ones. As if that’s not enough, this quality literature is a phenomenal teaching tool and a valuable mentor text. The author’s style exhibits qualities of good writing. It naturally integrates assorted examples of figurative language. Additionally, its narrative progression is a great basis for scholars to use when writing their own small moment stories.
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By Lucinda Ward
All young boys and girls want to be BIG. But when they realize that they are perfect right as they are, life begins!
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By Teacher Janie MacLean
Inspired by a real life situation. Amy and Susie learn that there are more important things in life than "The Pink Hat." Originally written as a final exam for an early childhood education class.
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By Teacher Janie MacLean
Inspired by a real life situation. Amy and Susie learn that there are more important things in life than "The Pink Hat." Originally written as a final exam for an early childhood education class.
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By Lucinda Ward
All young boys and girls want to be BIG. But when they realize that they are perfect right as they are, life begins!
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By Louis Dorfman

This novel is the story of a wolf named Dakar, written from the animals’ point of view. The novel chronicles Dakar’s odyssey across British Columbia, Canada, and into Montana. Dakar is the young son of the wolf pack leader, Torga, and the alpha female of the pack, Tonya. While resting after feeding, the pack becomes the target of illegal poachers looking for a trophy. Dakar saves his mother and siblings and leads the hunters away from the pack while the pack flees to safety.

Dakar is wounded during the encounter. Despite injury, Dakar keeps leading the hunters further from the wolf pack and away from his home and family. Soon thereafter he meets a mystical raven named Rahwa. This raven leads Dakar on a journey filled with adventure and surprises to get medical assistance from a strange and unexpected source.

Dakar makes unusual and delightful friends along the way and finds that he’s able to trust and relate to other animals, as well as other species, besides his wolf pack. Dakar also learns many skills that will serve him well throughout his life. It becomes ever clearer that Rahwa, the raven, is something more than he appears to be.

The journey has a very surprising and unexpected ending during which Dakar receives help from unexpected sources, overcomes obstacles he never would have believed he could conquer, and learns a great deal more than he believed he ever would about life and relationships.


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By Agnes Maria Trifontaine
Perhaps the most difficult person to discover is ourselves. Learning to face the truth about ourselves and our places in the world can be frightening. Still, it’s something most of us need to do. The Face of God depicts the spiritual transformation of a painter, Rolanda Tribault. Author Agnes Maria Trifontaine’s Tribault is the epitome of the American Dream. Everything she desires is obtainable. Her father, an influential attorney, has protected her from sorrows and vagaries, and she has learned to fill her time with distractions, so even a twitch of dissatisfaction can be ignored. But she has paid a price. She has lost her artistic vision and compensates by obsessively copying and recopying the face of God from one of Peter Paul Rubens’s paintings. It has been said that we grow into true humanity by suffering. The Face of God shows how truthful that is. Like Rolanda, we can find our carefully constructed lives begin to unravel as we face unexplored memories and fears. But she—and we—can be transformed by the truth, if we have the courage to allow it to do so.
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By Agnes Maria Trifontaine
Perhaps the most difficult person to discover is ourselves. Learning to face the truth about ourselves and our places in the world can be frightening. Still, it’s something most of us need to do. The Face of God depicts the spiritual transformation of a painter, Rolanda Tribault. Author Agnes Maria Trifontaine’s Tribault is the epitome of the American Dream. Everything she desires is obtainable. Her father, an influential attorney, has protected her from sorrows and vagaries, and she has learned to fill her time with distractions, so even a twitch of dissatisfaction can be ignored. But she has paid a price. She has lost her artistic vision and compensates by obsessively copying and recopying the face of God from one of Peter Paul Rubens’s paintings. It has been said that we grow into true humanity by suffering. The Face of God shows how truthful that is. Like Rolanda, we can find our carefully constructed lives begin to unravel as we face unexplored memories and fears. But she—and we—can be transformed by the truth, if we have the courage to allow it to do so.
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By Agnes Maria Trifontaine
Perhaps the most difficult person to discover is ourselves. Learning to face the truth about ourselves and our places in the world can be frightening. Still, it’s something most of us need to do. The Face of God depicts the spiritual transformation of a painter, Rolanda Tribault. Author Agnes Maria Trifontaine’s Tribault is the epitome of the American Dream. Everything she desires is obtainable. Her father, an influential attorney, has protected her from sorrows and vagaries, and she has learned to fill her time with distractions, so even a twitch of dissatisfaction can be ignored. But she has paid a price. She has lost her artistic vision and compensates by obsessively copying and recopying the face of God from one of Peter Paul Rubens’s paintings. It has been said that we grow into true humanity by suffering. The Face of God shows how truthful that is. Like Rolanda, we can find our carefully constructed lives begin to unravel as we face unexplored memories and fears. But she—and we—can be transformed by the truth, if we have the courage to allow it to do so.
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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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