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Bloomer By Paul Gilberry
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Bloomer is a caterpillar with a problem. He went to bed full of hope, ready for his future, and he woke up out of sorts. But being left out turns out to be the best thing that could happen to the... More > Glen, as Bloomer and his bug friends all work together and become heroes. If you've ever peeked out from under the covers at your day and it seemed like it might be a little too much, you should get ready for adventure. Bloomer might be the bug for you.< Less
The Late Bloomer By Cynthia Scotkin
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A collection of poetry by C.S. Scotkin.
The Late Bloomer By Cynthia Scotkin
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A collection of poetry by C.S. Scotkin.
Mae-be Roses Teachers Handbook By Rebecca Bloomer
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Mae-be Roses Teachers Handbook By Rebecca Bloomer
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The essential Teacher's Handbook for the captivating Mae-be Roses by Rebecca Bloomer, available right here
Mae-be Roses By Rebecca Bloomer
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Mae Rose, is a self-confessed ‘nothinger’. Her dad has called her Mae-be from the day she was born. She’s his bundle of possibilities. All her life she’s proven him right. She... More > gets good grades but is not the sportiest, coolest or cleverest girl in school. Mae-be has no siblings to hate and no history of abuse, self or otherwise. When she finds herself pregnant, Mae-be has a lot to learn. She learns the hypocrisy of some, the kindness of others and the need for making a life after she brings one into the world. Along the way she learns a lot about herself, via her mother’s story. Ma, as Mae calls her, had her own, illegitimate child at twenty. In the days when the legal voting age was twenty-one, and women weren't worth educating, she was forced to give her daughter up for adoption. Two weeks after adoptive legislation changes, the phone rings and her daughter wants to speak with her. Mae-be Roses follows a mother’s story, from rumour, to truth, to a touching reunion.< Less
Mae-be Roses By Rebecca Bloomer
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Mae Rose, is a self-confessed ‘nothinger’. Her dad has called her Mae-be from the day she was born. She’s his bundle of possibilities. All her life she’s proven him right. She... More > gets good grades but is not the sportiest, coolest or cleverest girl in school. Mae-be has no siblings to hate and no history of abuse, self or otherwise. When she finds herself pregnant, Mae-be has a lot to learn. She learns the hypocrisy of some, the kindness of others and the need for making a life after she brings one into the world. Along the way she learns a lot about herself, via her mother’s story. Ma, as Mae calls her, had her own, illegitimate child at twenty. In the days when the legal voting age was twenty-one, and women weren't worth educating, she was forced to give her daughter up for adoption. Two weeks after adoptive legislation changes, the phone rings and her daughter wants to speak with her. Mae-be Roses follows a mother’s story, from rumour, to truth, to a touching reunion.< Less
Mae-Be Roses By Rebecca Bloomer
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Mae Rose, is a self-confessed 'nothinger'. Her dad has called her Mae-be from the day she was born. She's his bundle of possibilities. All her life she's proven him right. She gets good grades but is... More > not the sportiest, coolest or cleverest girl in school. Mae-be has no siblings to hate and no history of abuse, self or otherwise. When she finds herself pregnant, Mae-be has a lot to learn. She learns the hypocrisy of some, the kindness of others and the need for making a life after she brings one into the world. Along the way she learns a lot about herself, via her mother's story. Ma, as Mae calls her, had her own, illegitimate child at twenty. In the days when the legal voting age was twenty-one, and women weren't worth educating, she was forced to give her daughter up for adoption. Two weeks after adoptive legislation changes, the phone rings and her daughter wants to speak with her. Mae-be Roses follows a mother's story, from rumour, to truth, to a touching reunion.< Less
Ballroom Dancing: What No One Will Tell You By Whitney Bloomer
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9 Simple Things You Must Know About ballroom dancing With ballroom dancing growing in popularity, more and more people are choosing to learn how to dance. Until recently, ballroom dancing wasn't an... More > ideal activity for everyone - it was mainly reserved for the older generations and the wealthy. When most people think of ballroom dancing, they tend to think of a gentle trot around the dance floor to slow, acoustic music. However, ballroom dancing involves so much more than a typical slow dance. There are several types of ballroom dancing, so let's take a look at the variations. Here's a preview of what you will learn: - Choosing a Ballroom Dance for your Wedding - Dresses for Ballroom Dancing - Get in Shape with Ballroom Dancing - and More GRAB YOUR COPY TODAY!< Less
Mae-be Roses E-Book By Rebecca Bloomer
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Mae Rose, is a self-confessed ‘nothinger’. Her dad has called her Mae-be from the day she was born. She’s his bundle of possibilities. All her life she’s proven him right. She... More > gets good grades but is not the sportiest, coolest or cleverest girl in school. Mae-be has no siblings to hate and no history of abuse, self or otherwise. When she finds herself pregnant, Mae-be has a lot to learn. She learns the hypocrisy of some, the kindness of others and the need for making a life after she brings one into the world. Along the way she learns a lot about herself, via her mother’s story. Ma, as Mae calls her, had her own, illegitimate child at twenty. In the days when the legal voting age was twenty-one, and women weren't worth educating, she was forced to give her daughter up for adoption. Two weeks after adoptive legislation changes, the phone rings and her daughter wants to speak with her. Mae-be Roses follows a mother’s story, from rumour, to truth, to a touching reunion.< Less