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Hunter's Chosen By Jeroen Steenbeeke
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For the past twenty years, the Veiled Ones have been trying to prevent a creature of pure darkness from escaping into their world. With their numbers dwindling, they are forced to travel north to the... More > Seven Villages. Here, they find Lenye, and by taking her friend hostage, compel her to come with them. With their mother Naima incapacitated, the only one left to go after her is her twin brother Ben. But Ben is blind in daylight, and his only allies are a historian, a street girl, and his aging grandfather Brenor. But for every step that Ben comes closer to finding his sister, the creature comes closer to escaping.< Less
FAMILY REUNION Afterlife Contact By Joseph Babinsky
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This book begins with a “call for mediums.” The answer fills the pages that follow. The author had no idea what would unfold, but his willingness brought many surprises - especially when... More > his birth family came to write letters from the afterlife. He heard from a brother that was killed during WWII, a sister never met that died one day after birth, his mom and dad, and seven other siblings. These and many others are amazing stories. They teach us that death is not a great sleep, or the end of all consciousness. Death is transition to a different life with new beginnings. These stories are of individuals experiencing love and progress in the afterlife – and on earth.< Less
Maestro By Vivika Widow
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"Did your aunt tell you she murdered someone? No, she would leave that part out." Killing is a game for the rich. When Vincent Baines is given the job of teaching music to seven year old... More > George Beckingridge he expects a typical commission from a privileged, wealthy family. George's outbursts become more and more violent. His father is always absent, his aunt is afraid of him and his sister has been sent away to boarding school. Vincent is the only one who can get to the bottom of what is causing the child's manifesting distress and unearth the terrible things the boy has seen. ***** A thrilling read! **** Hits all the right notes< Less
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Lil' Hero Artists: The Original Series (Variant Cover) By Nana Kumi-Amankwah & Nick Vollmer
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This volume collects issues 1-4 of the Lil' Hero Artists series. Follow the adventures of Jason Deroga and his friends as they are drawn into an adventure beyond their wildest dreams. When Terry the... More > Professional kidnaps his sister Jamie, Jason is transformed into a fantasy creature with a pencil for an arm. The mysterious Seven says he and his friends Ken Sable and Sally Yola are the chosen ones, but is it true? Do they have what it takes to rescue Jamie? And be ready for a twist in chapter 3, where we learn of Terry's true intentions! Issue #1 was first featured in Alterna Comics' Alterna Tales #3, and Issue #2 was written by Nick Vollmer (author of Lil' Hero Artists: Kidnapping the Key).< Less
A Door Just Opened By Dorothy Stephens
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Thirteen-year-old Anna’s passionate dream is to go to high school, the first girl from her tiny farm community back in 1910 to do so. She is determined not to stay at home like her older... More > sister, Mary Ellen, helping their mother and waiting to marry a local farmer. But there is no money to send her to River Heights, seven miles away, and anyway, her mother needs her. When sixteen-year-old Mary Ellen is sexually assaulted by a local boy, the situation gets worse. No one suspects Mary Ellen is pregnant until she gives birth to the illegitimate baby. The surprise birth threatens to ruin the family’s standing in the community and Mary Ellen’s reputation. Anna wrestles with helping her parents and sister while still striving to make her burning desire to go to high school a reality. Meanwhile she becomes involved in solving the mystery of a missing ring, and in stopping another attack by the boy who assaulted her sister. But how will that help her realize her dream?< Less
Surrendering to the Music: 6 Life Lessons Playing Piano Taught Me By Gerry Baird
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Music has been an important part of my life ever since I can remember. My dad used to play records on Saturday mornings and my sister and I would dance around the house while he cooked pancakes for... More > us. We had a piano that no one played, but it must have had some impact on me because at the age of seven I cited it as my favorite instrument. My desire to learn to play came when I was in the middle of a high-pressure graduate school program. I needed a healthy escape, and though my piano skills were practically non-existent I discovered that playing for a few minutes each day relieved stress and provided a much needed creative outlet. Soon my seven-year-old daughter and I began taking lessons together, and I embarked on one of the most challenging and fulfilling journeys I’ve ever undertaken. This book contains the wisdom I’ve gained along the way. Whether you are a music student, music teacher, music parent, or music lover, I hope that as you read you will be inspired to find greater joy in your own journey.< Less
Alex's Quest By T.H.M. Scott
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Alex’s parents have been missing for seven years. On his twelfth birthday, Auntie Sisteen hands him a letter from them that turns his world upside down. His parents write they are held captive... More > in a secret world called Pheosa and are in serious jeopardy. Only he can save them from a Dark Energy Source that has invaded the secret world of Pheosa. But how? Alex is a cowardice twelve-year old boy who lives with his straight-laced Auntie Sisteen and his boorish Uncle Merkle, along with his feisty ten-year old sister Lily, in the small town of Turnook. In a letter, Alex’s parents ask for his help. The letter holds clues that, once deciphered, lead him and his younger sister Lily on a journey into the secret world of Pheosa. Alex’s Quest spills over with intriguing characters, unforeseen events and a Ball of Light that guides Alex towards his parents, and teaches him not only patience and courage but also the most important lesson of all, ‘ light truly does supercede darkness.’< Less
Alex's Quest By T.H.M. Scott
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Alex’s parents have been missing for seven years. On his twelfth birthday, Auntie Sisteen hands him a letter from them that turns his world upside down. His parents write they are held captive... More > in a secret world called Pheosa and are in serious jeopardy. Only he can save them from a Dark Energy Source that has invaded the secret world of Pheosa. But how? Alex is a cowardice twelve-year old boy who lives with his straight-laced Auntie Sisteen and his boorish Uncle Merkle, along with his feisty ten-year old sister Lily, in the small town of Turnook. In a letter, Alex’s parents ask for his help. The letter holds clues that, once deciphered, lead him and his younger sister Lily on a journey into the secret world of Pheosa. Alex’s Quest spills over with intriguing characters, unforeseen events and a Ball of Light that guides Alex towards his parents, and teaches him not only patience and courage but also the most important lesson of all, ‘ light truly does supercede darkness.’< Less
An Englishwoman's Love-Letters By Laurence Housman
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Laurence Housman (/ˈhaʊsmən/; 18 July 1865 –... More > 20 February 1959) was an English playwright, writer and illustrator.Laurence Housman was born in Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, one of seven children who included the poet A. E. Housman and writer Clemence Housman. In 1871 his mother died, and his father remarried, to a cousin. After education at Bromsgrove School, he went with his sister Clemence to study art at the Lambeth School of Art and the Royal College of Art in London.He first worked as a book illustrator with London publishers, illustrating such works as George Meredith's Jump to Glory Jane (1892), Jonas Lie's Weird Tales (1892), Christina Rossetti's Goblin Market (1893), Jane Barlow's The End of Elfintown (1894) and his sister's Were-wolf (1896) in an intricate Art Nouveau style. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Laurence_Housman< Less

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