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Dreaming About Her Heart’s Mate By Susan Hart
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The Cross-Patch Caper: A Cozy Regency Mystery Romance - Neither was Thomas Silas Price the most dashing member of the English Ton, nor was he one of the war heroes who defeated Napoleon at Waterloo... More > the past June, but he had a passion and that was for the innocent and poor to have justice. Only life loved twists and turns and Silas ended up needing someone to champion his cause for justice. To make matters worse, he lost all his funds to save Lovridge Manor, his deceased dad’s estate, to the harlot; rogue Galloping Jane, who was terrorizing the English Ton in the countryside for two years. An Older Woman & The Cowboy Who Wants Children - Trapped in a loveless marriage, and after her husband’s suicide, Emma decides to become a mail order bride and after finding a rancher, she boards the train headed for California. There’s only one thing on her mind though; the rancher wants a family, and she’s thirty-five.< Less
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I Am An American: Japanese American, Asian Cajun By Walter M. Imahara & Diane Koos Gentry
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In this engrossing story covering over 100 years of his family’s history, Walter Imahara describes the long and difficult road to success traveled by a Japanese-American family in the 20th... More > century. Walter’s family lost everything when they were forced into wartime relocation camps in 1942. In 1945, they began from scratch in Louisiana. After returning from Army service as an officer, Walter launched a new family business, a nursery and landscape company that became one of the largest and best-known in Baton Rouge. Known as a hard-driving, goal-oriented executive, Walter was elected president of nursery and landscape professional organizations. Meanwhile, he had become one of the best weightlifters in the world, a six-time U.S. champion and gold medalist at the Pan American Games. After serving as Chairman of the International Weightlifting Federation Masters Committee, he retired to work on his life-long dream of creating botanical gardens to leave as a legacy to his family and to the people of Louisiana.< Less
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That's The Way I've Been Made By ALAN BRUNWIN
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Simon the toy duck finds adventure awaits him as he leaves his bathtub and paddles into the real world. ‘Real-life' ducklings laugh at him because he is different and has no feathers. Simon... More > declares, "That's the way I've been made!" The ducklings still laugh, but an encounter with a sly fox helps them to discover Simon’s true worth as he saves them from becoming dinner for the Fox. It's then that they rejoice in 'the way he has been made'. Acclaimed author and illustrator Alan Brunwin has crafted a tale of courage and valor in the face of ridicule and misunderstanding. "A lovely and meaningful story with charming illustrations that are sure to engage children of all ages!" ~Ruth Elliott, Emmy Award winning Animation Artist Brunwin Books was created to Champion Children’s dreams. Alan Brunwin, a powerful advocate for children, seniors and the oppressed, works to improve the world for all. His books uplift us and give courage to keep going when all seems lost. Visit BrunwinBooks.com for more!< Less
Chiku the African Bird By Far I Shields & Dominique Payne
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Chiku the African Bird is a book about celebrating family. In the modern world we are more frequently living away from our family of birth. Even if we are living with or close to our biological... More > family there may be separation, distance and misunderstandings. This book is a celebration of humanity looking within ourselves to find the family support system we need to thrive. On some occasions it may mean creating a new family of friends, neighbors or community members. On other occasions it may mean looking at our family members from a new perspective, giving them and ourselves forgiveness and setting a new course where we can champion our similarities and common goals. Families challenge with divorce, children who are grieving lost family members, children who are having a difficult time adjusting to a new marriage and new step parents, and all who feel the need to connect to a family support system can benefit from reading and experiencing Chiku the African Bird.< Less

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Referral Mastery Referral Mastery By Joe Stumpf
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