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Grandma Katie’s Kindness Club Presents Trusty Turtle and His Forest Friends By N. Kay Mead
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Children love visiting Grandma Katie’s Kindness Club where they hear fun tales about kindness and other good values, and share stories about their own compassionate acts. Bonus!! A special... More > treat at the end of the story! Trusty Turtle is very happy living in the forest—until his friends tease him about his slowness and big shell, and begin calling him unkind names. At first, Trusty wants to be anyone but himself. But it is only when he discovers that kindness is contagious that the turtle learns an important lesson and teaches the others about acceptance and friendship. “Excellent story. I enjoyed it very much. These types of stories are so needed and lacking in the world and in our schools. Our young people, our little ones, need to be taught values in this manner. Great job. Keep up the good work. Keep these stories coming for the benefit of our children.” — Dr. David Bickmore, retired educator, Lompoc United School District, Lompoc, California.< Less
Grandma Katie’s Kindness Club Presents Trusty Turtle and His Forest Friends By N. Kay Mead
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Children love visiting Grandma Katie’s Kindness Club where they hear fun tales about kindness and other good values, and share stories about their own compassionate acts. Bonus!! A special... More > treat at the end of the story! Trusty Turtle is very happy living in the forest—until his friends tease him about his slowness and big shell, and begin calling him unkind names. At first, Trusty wants to be anyone but himself. But it is only when he discovers that kindness is contagious that the turtle learns an important lesson and teaches the others about acceptance and friendship. “Excellent story. I enjoyed it very much. These types of stories are so needed and lacking in the world and in our schools. Our young people, our little ones, need to be taught values in this manner. Great job. Keep up the good work. Keep these stories coming for the benefit of our children.” — Dr. David Bickmore, retired educator, Lompoc United School District, Lompoc, California.< Less
What Doesn't Kill You: An Anthology of YA Short Fiction By Indomita Press
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The characters in these pages have gone through some stuff. They’ve been tricked out of money, given up their innocence, and even ended up accidentally traveling through time with the Devil.... More > They’ve thought they’d killed people—and even actually done it. They’ve come out, struggled with eating disorders and OCD, and even had to take on parenting responsibilities all by themselves. What Doesn’t Kill You: An Anthology of YA Short Fiction features two-time Na-tional Book Award Finalist Eliot Schrefer as well as Scholastic PUSH author Matthue Roth among a group of two-dozen distinguished writers from all over the United States and Canada who claim to have survived the harrowing pas-sage of their teenage years—but sometimes just barely! They hope these stories will help you survive too—since they know being a teenager often feels like an impossible task, like it’s trying to kill you for no apparent reason. If you’ve ever felt like the world’s out to get you, then this book’s for you.< Less
My Second Half By Bethany Holley
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My Second Half is a book about a young girl growing up in the present day, learning to look deep within herself for the person she wants to be with the assistance of a very close friend. ... More > Mackenzie’s friend Jody teaches her to be herself instead of allowing the world to mold her into a common image. Their relationship never dies, because Jody gives everything she has to helping Mackenzie become a strong young lady, ignoring her companion’s changing wishes to sometimes listen and other times push her advice away. Jody does so by emphasizing the importance of savoring every second of childhood, because this is when a person’s true dreams for the future are born. Jody is unusual, because she refuses to meet with any of Mackenzie’s other companions or relatives, remaining hidden from human eyes. Several strange clues arise throughout the book to hint her identity. Finally, when Mackenzie is certain of the person she is, Jody reveals her secret in a surprise ending.< Less
Broadway Dame: The Life & Times of Mrs. Henry B. Harris By Randy Bryan Bigham & Gregg Jasper
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Broadway impresario Henry B. “Harry” Harris was lost on the Titanic, but his wife Renée survived, inheriting his empire to become the American theater’s first woman producer.... More > Soon, Renée found her own voice; with a keen social conscience, she embraced controversial themes in some of the plays she backed. Renée Harris’ eye for talent launched the careers of Barbara Stanwyck, Dame Judith Anderson, and Moss Hart, and her executive ability ensured success for the legendary Hudson Theatre. Some of the greatest names in the entertainment world enjoyed early triumphs in productions staged during her ownership of the Hudson and Harris theaters or under her lease of the Fulton Theatre: Helen Hayes, Louis Armstrong and Cecil B. de Mille. Renée hit her stride in the 1920s, presenting as many as 11 plays a season. When the Great Depression threatened to wipe her out, she lost the Hudson in foreclosure. But Renée’s energy remained with her, and she lived to age 93 in 1969, optimistic to the end.< Less
Broadway Dame: The Life & Times of Mrs. Henry B. Harris (Color Paperback Edition) By Randy Bryan Bigham & Gregg Jasper
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Broadway impresario Henry B. “Harry” Harris was lost on the Titanic, but his wife Renée survived, inheriting his empire to become the American theater’s first woman producer.... More > Soon, Renée found her own voice; with a keen social conscience, she embraced controversial themes in some of the plays she backed. Renée Harris’ eye for talent launched the careers of Barbara Stanwyck, Dame Judith Anderson, and Moss Hart, and her executive ability ensured success for the legendary Hudson Theatre. Some of the greatest names in the entertainment world enjoyed early triumphs in productions staged during her ownership of the Hudson and Harris theaters or under her lease of the Fulton Theatre: Helen Hayes, Louis Armstrong and Cecil B. de Mille. Renée hit her stride in the 1920s, presenting as many as 11 plays a season. When the Great Depression threatened to wipe her out, she lost the Hudson in foreclosure. But Renée’s energy remained with her, and she lived to age 93 in 1969, optimistic to the end.< Less
Broadway Dame: The Life & Times of Mrs. Henry B. Harris (Black & White Paperback Edition) By Randy Bryan Bigham & Gregg Jasper
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Broadway impresario Henry B. “Harry” Harris was lost on the Titanic, but his wife Renée survived, inheriting his empire to become the American theater’s first woman producer.... More > Soon, Renée found her own voice; with a keen social conscience, she embraced controversial themes in some of the plays she backed. Renée Harris’ eye for talent launched the careers of Barbara Stanwyck, Dame Judith Anderson, and Moss Hart, and her executive ability ensured success for the legendary Hudson Theatre. Some of the greatest names in the entertainment world enjoyed early triumphs in productions staged during her ownership of the Hudson and Harris theaters or under her lease of the Fulton Theatre: Helen Hayes, Louis Armstrong and Cecil B. de Mille. Renée hit her stride in the 1920s, presenting as many as 11 plays a season. When the Great Depression threatened to wipe her out, she lost the Hudson in foreclosure. But Renée’s energy remained with her, and she lived to age 93 in 1969, optimistic to the end.< Less
Balm In Gilead: A Story from the War By John L. Withers II
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In May 1945, as World War II ended, an all-black U.S. Army truck company, including Lieutenant John L. Withers of Greensboro, North Carolina, rushed emergency supplies to an unknown German town. Long... More > victims of harsh racial abuse, the soldiers were nonetheless shocked at the horrors they witnessed when the “town” turned out to be the Dachau concentration camp. They were further shocked, days later, when two destitute young Jews, former Dachau inmates, appeared at their encampment and pleaded for help. Housing non-military personnel was strictly forbidden, but the soldiers, with their Lieutenant’s endorsement, sheltered the boys nevertheless. After the war, as he raised a family and launched a career in government, Withers always remembered the Jewish boys and told of the year they hid out in his unit, working alongside and forging close friendships with his soldiers. He himself became their surrogate parent, guiding them towards understanding that, however horrid the past, the future yet held hope.< Less
Balm In Gilead: A Story from the War By John L. Withers II
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In May 1945, as World War II ended, an all-black U.S. Army truck company, including Lieutenant John L. Withers of Greensboro, North Carolina, rushed emergency supplies to an unknown German town. Long... More > victims of harsh racial abuse, the soldiers were nonetheless shocked at the horrors they witnessed when the “town” turned out to be the Dachau concentration camp. They were further shocked, days later, when two destitute young Jews, former Dachau inmates, appeared at their encampment and pleaded for help. Housing non-military personnel was strictly forbidden, but the soldiers, with their Lieutenant’s endorsement, sheltered the boys nevertheless. After the war, as he raised a family and launched a career in government, Withers always remembered the Jewish boys and told of the year they hid out in his unit, working alongside and forging close friendships with his soldiers. He himself became their surrogate parent, guiding them towards understanding that, however horrid the past, the future yet held hope.< Less
Reclaiming Britain's Lost Inheritance: What we can learn from the Early Church By Mary Kelsey
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‘Reclaiming Britain’s Lost Inheritance: What we can learn from the Early Church’ is intended to bring a better understanding and revelation to Christians concerning the Jewish roots... More > of our faith and drawing on the rich inheritance and teaching of the Celtic Church. Sadly, we have lost our identity through the 19th Century, two world wars, the loss of the Commonwealth and joining the European Union, but Brexit has given us an opportunity to regain our sovereignty and democracy. The nation is ripe for judgement for turning away from God and passing so many ungodly laws. The church needs to repent and seek God’s mercy. Hearing God’s voice and being led by the Holy Spirit, like the early church is critical in these End Times of confusion and apostasy. With all the pressures of modern technology,social media and consumerism we need to draw inner strength and direction by meditating on God’s word, applying it in our daily lives and praying fervently for revival as we prepare for Christ's return.< Less

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