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We Came from Wolgadeutscher (Volga German) Children's Book By D. Philipp Kaiser
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This children's book (ages 8-12) is a fictional story about a German Family's journey in the mid 1760's. The story follows their move from their home for the Russian Volga River Colonies, and as... More > their descendants live and prosper on the Volga. It ends about 1900 as their children's children finally leave the Volga and settle in new homes in America. The story line is much the same as in my series of 10 historical novels, but is written from a child’s interests and view. It is true as far as the general dates and facts that we know about the Wolgadeutscher. You may wonder why I wrote this book. Simply, everything today is about ‘sanitized’ facts… just data that does not carry the emotion or feeling, the trial and tribulation, or success and failure in life. I hope this book will help the children see the true story, the real lives of our German-Russian Volga Ancestors… so those that came before, and what they did for us, will live on within us forever. Text Readability Level 5 - Easy Reading - Ages 8-12< Less
Pete’s Rose By Heron Gardner
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Pete Morgan loves baseball. After a game, he suddenly realizes that he has lost his glove; someone has taken it! That sets off a series of events that will teach him a valuable lesson. Pete decides... More > to do odd jobs to earn money and buy himself a new glove—but that might take him years. When the team loses a ball in Old Man Blodgett’s yard, though, everything changes. At first, Pete thinks that Blodgett is just a crazy old man. But when another ball breaks the roof of the old man’s greenhouse, Pete finds himself having to work for Blodgett in his rose garden to pay for the glass. As the summer passes, Pete finds himself learning more and more about roses—and beginning to feel empathy and respect for Blodgett. Meanwhile, he also deals with a bullying teammate and discovers exactly where his lost glove went. In this novel for middle readers, a young baseball player spends a summer helping a lonely elderly neighbor in his rose garden and learns important life lessons along the way.< Less
Maple Tree Secrets By James Hook
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A novel about the two teens and the tough choices they must face as life takes each on an unexpected ride. Sally is feisty, independent, free-spirited girl who lives with her mother and a... More > strong-willed Irish woman. Sam is an uncertain, quiet, and sensitive teen living with his father. Unlikely, friends at first, now they cannot imagine sports or adventures without each other. In mid-summer, as they turn 13, life turns upside down for each of them, and the friends are separated for almost a year. Sam situation gets much worse during the following year. For Sally’s life turns much sweeter. Gentle guidance from a new step-father replaces the un-loving, strong-arm of Mrs. Murphy. It softens her hard edges, reins in her instinct to roam, but separates her from the gang of neighborhood kids she has led and organized for years. But even those changes aren't the end. Soon each must find the courage to make the difficult choices in their lives.< Less
Melody West and the Great Bear By Francesca Rappa
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The Adventurous Melody West Series Book 2: It is summertime and Melody West leaves her hometown and goes on an adventurous vacation to the wilderness region of Lake Temagami in northern Ontario with... More > her aunt and uncle and cousins. During her vacation Melody is determined to experience as many hidden treasures of the wilderness as she can. What she wants most of all is to be able to look directly into the face of the mysterious Great Bear—the seven-foot black bear that was sighted earlier by Melody’s new friend, the Ojibwa native Charlie Paul. Melody is also determined to help her cousin Jack, a budding artist, convince his father once and for all that art is what he wants to do with his life. Central to the novel is Inuit art and culture and the discovery by Melody that people everywhere use their imaginations to make art and tell stories that explain the beautiful world around them. :: Experience the sights and sounds of Melody West at her blog Sugoi.< Less
Pete’s Rose: A Story of Baseball and Roses By Heron Gardner
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Pete Morgan loves baseball. After a game, he suddenly realizes that he has lost his glove; someone has taken it! That sets off a series of events that will teach him a valuable lesson. Pete decides... More > to do odd jobs to earn money and buy himself a new glove—but that might take him years. When the team loses a ball in Old Man Blodgett’s yard, though, everything changes. At first, Pete thinks that Blodgett is just a crazy old man. But when another ball breaks the roof of the old man’s greenhouse, Pete finds himself having to work for Blodgett in his rose garden to pay for the glass. As the summer passes, Pete finds himself learning more and more about roses—and beginning to feel empathy and respect for Blodgett. Meanwhile, he also deals with a bullying teammate and discovers exactly where his lost glove went. In this novel for middle readers, a young baseball player spends a summer helping a lonely elderly neighbor in his rose garden and learns important life lessons along the way.< Less
Wallace in Blunderland By C.W. Halstead V & W.E. Graves
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Sixteen-year-old Idward Wallace is a troubled boy. Always getting into fights at school, avoiding his over protective mother and trying to get a grasp on his problem with painkillers. With nothing... More > but a bag of clothes and an old worn guitar, Idward heads to a peculiar house in Millianowere, Alabama. Here his mother hopes he will straighten out his life. After an old woman opens the door to the Blunder Halfway House and Idward meets his housemates, he falls through a portal in his room into an odd world known as Blunderland. As he delves into his new existence, his path leads him to meet a strange red-haired girl, an evil king, a captain, a madman, an overgrown bird, and a large array of other unique characters. Now as Idward attempts to help overthrow the evil king, he has no idea that he is about to uncover a truth that will change everything. In this young adult novel, a troubled teenager embarks on an enlightening journey of self-discovery after he tumbles through a portal into an odd world.< Less
Wallace In Blunderland By C.W. Halstead V et al.
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Sixteen-year-old Idward Wallace is a troubled boy. Always getting into fights at school, avoiding his over protective mother and trying to get a grasp on his problem with painkillers. With nothing... More > but a bag of clothes and an old worn guitar, Idward heads to a peculiar house in Millianowere, Alabama. Here his mother hopes he will straighten out his life. After an old woman opens the door to the Blunder Halfway House and Idward meets his housemates, he falls through a portal in his room into an odd world known as Blunderland. As he delves into his new existence, his path leads him to meet a strange red-haired girl, an evil king, a captain, a madman, an overgrown bird, and a large array of other unique characters. Now as Idward attempts to help overthrow the evil king, he has no idea that he is about to uncover a truth that will change everything. In this young adult novel, a troubled teenager embarks on an enlightening journey of self-discovery after he tumbles through a portal into an odd world.< Less
Ascension By Michayla Clemens
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“Ascension” is a coming of age novel about a teenage girl named Mirabelle Porter. The story begins with her arrival to the town of Bloomsbury, having to move away from home after her... More > mother passes away. Here she starts having strange dreams where she experiences the life of other women, each from a different time to her own. At first these dreams are forgotten as soon as wakes up but when she meets Jac Regent, a mysterious boy who attends her new school, she begins to remember each of them vividly. And so Mirabelle starts to discover who she truly as and why she has this strange connection to Jac and his sister Delaney. Along the way she finds conflict between who she is meant to be and who she wants to be until it comes down to one decision. Will she except the fate that was given to her centuries ago? Or will she reject it in order to keep the normal life she thought she always had?< Less
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Witches Witches Everywhere By David McLain
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Witches Witches is Everywhere is the third collaboration by writer David McLain and Felix Eddy. Containing 31 poems, one for everyday of October, and covering the subject of love, sex, death, magic... More > and mystery, each poem is world unto itself, lovely illustrated by Felix Eddy. In the water, and in the air there are witches, witches everywhere. David McLain is the author of three novels: The Life of a Thief, Dragonbait, and The Time Traveller’s Resort and Museum. His short stories and poems have been printed in over two dozen magazines. Witches Witches Everywhere is his first book of poetry. He lives in upstate New York. Felix Eddy is a fine artist and creator in Upstate, NY. She has illustrated a number of books for both adults and children, including Bark’s Mulberry Socks, The Doll Collection, The Big Red Purse, and The Bestiary Alphabet, which she also wrote. She regularly shows her work and sewn creations at art shows, galleries and conventions all over the USA.< Less

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