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Children
You Are A Dream Come True

You Are A Dream Come True

Chellie and Vinny always dreamed of having a family. Little did they know that a trip to the market would change their lives and the life of a baby bird forever. You Are A Dream Come True is a story about adoption and the unconditional love between parents and their children.
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Children
The Big Feast

The Big Feast

Ewelie, Toocan, and XL have invited Ms. Rose’s class back to Class E Castle for a big feast and celebration as a reward for maintaining healthy eating habits. However, before the children can dig in, they must first review the five basic food groups and give examples of healthy foods.
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Fantasy
They Were the Best of Gnomes. They Were the Worst of Gnomes.

They Were the Best of Gnomes. They Were the Worst of Gnomes.

Two Gnomes try to run a used wand shop. Magic, mischief, and mayhem ensues.
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164
Spirituality
Apple Declined

Apple Declined

A dying Earth sets its sights on an alien paradise for colonization.
10 98
165
Children
Amazing Matilda

Amazing Matilda

Amazing Matilda (Ages 5-10) Friendship, patience and persistence are among the lessons learned in this gem of a tale featuring an amazing monarch butterfly. This award-winning picture book adventure follows the monarch's life cycle as Matilda embarks on a quest to make her dream of flying come true. Science, art and wise lessons for children—all wrapped up in a tale the kids will want to read/hear again and again!
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Literature
DOG BONE SOUP

DOG BONE SOUP

DOG BONE SOUP is a coming of age story that follows the life of a poor boy growing up in a New England college town. Shawn Daniels’s father is the town drunk. Shawn and his brother Willie are in charge of handling everything that needs to be done around the ramshackle place they call home—lugging in water for cooking and cleaning, splitting and stacking firewood…But when chores are done, these resourceful kids strike out on boundless adventures that don’t cost a dime. DOG BONE SOUP is the poignant tale of a dysfunctional family struggling to survive in America in the 50s and 60s, when others were living The American Dream.
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167
Children
The Tangram Zoo And Word Puzzles Too!

The Tangram Zoo And Word Puzzles Too!

Looking for some time for fun with the kids or grandkids? Need some quality 'together time' on a rainy day? Visit The Tangram Zoo And Word Puzzles Too! (On special at amazon.com right now for only $6.29) ... for hours of creative learning and hands-on fun. Solve 18 puzzles and riddles, make your own tangram puzzle pieces; then write your own riddles and add your own animals to The Zoo! Solutions and project ideas included.
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168
Teen
PURE TRASH

PURE TRASH

PURE TRASH (Ages 11-adult) In this short story adventure set in New England in the 1950s, two young boys set out on a Saturday adventure you won't want to miss! Experience the joy of a carefree Saturday and the blistering pain of feeling not quite good enough as you hop on a bike and ride into town with two delightful young boys who find adventure at every turn. Shawn and Willie Daniels live in the woods with no indoor water or plumbing. Dad spends most of his hard earned money on beer. Prejudice, class division, alcoholism, poverty, injustice, and bullying are cleverly woven into this 1950s adventure short. PURE TRASH is the short story prequel to DOG BONE SOUP, Stevens's debut novel DOG BONE SOUP.
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169
Children
The Fishing Lure

The Fishing Lure

Deep in the Finger Lakes Region of New York. Lives a boy who shares the love of fishing with his grandfather. Who receives a gift of a fishing lure for his birthday. His enjoyment of his new gift is cut short. With a twist of faith, his grandfather's love for fishing is renewed in one single moment that changes everything. Reminding us all of the American dream through a relationship with a boy and his grandfather.
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Nonfiction
How to be a Smart SOB Like Me

How to be a Smart SOB Like Me

There are now over seven billion people on this planet. Many do not have the intelligence and skills to survive on their own. Others are stuck in a rut or are just plain unhappy. I consider myself successful and claim to be one of the happiest people on this planet. Why? First, I'm smart. I can take care of myself and I've learned some invaluable lessons. How? Find out. This book opens as a self-help book to get you on a better path, but evolves into my autobiography. It is a pattern to a better you through example. Learn how you can be smarter and happier than you ever thought possible. Make the choice. Read this book. If I had my way, every high school senior would need to read this book in order to graduate. For anyone 17 to 70.
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