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Not an Egg!
Cheryl Matthynssens

Helping a child accept that there will be a new baby in the house can be difficult. Not an Egg is a view of the feelings an older child can experience when a family is expecting a new child. For a child who is used to getting all the attention, this create feelings of being left out or competing with the new baby.
Not an Egg allows your child to explore these feelings through the eyes of a little dragon and a new egg. It leaves the parent an opportunity to discuss what to expect and...






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Toe Up to 10K: A Journey of Recovery from Spinal Cord Injury
Steven Fujita

In June 2012, Steven Fujita went to the emergency room, and was diagnosed with meningitis. After four days of improvement, he was scheduled to be discharged when his condition worsened dramatically. His blood pressure, body temperature and sodium levels all became dangerously low. He started to lose consciousness. He was rushed to the Intensive Care Unit. He had suffered spinal cord damage at the T4 level. Upon regaining full consciousness, Fujita could not speak, eat, breathe...


Bayou Bound (Fleur de Lis Series book 2)
Linda Joyce

Biloxi Dutrey grounds her jetsetting photography career and returns to Mississippi when she learns her family home, Fleur De Lis, is headed for financial ruin. She plans to save it by scooping up the job of Keeper. But that means breaking tradition, and her family isn't cooperating.
Veterinarian Nick Trahan is new in town and wants folks to stop matchmaking. He won't settle for just a pretty face. He wants the perfect woman, one who believes in family and commitment...the exact opposite...


SUBJECTED: the Predicate - a novel (the Sequel)
G. F. Smith

Subjected: the Predicate
Why does God keep his children in a box?
Dr. Daniel J. Sayer has just learned that his life is essentially over, yet at the same time is reluctantly ushered, by an Alien—or Angel (he’s still not sure which), into the heart of a terrorist crisis, with the lives of thousands of children in the proverbial balance...


Penny Black
Brian J Hibberd

Murder or Suicide? Rape or Infidelity? Justice or Injustice?
Following her return home after working the night shift at Royal Mail’s cash security depot, Penny Black suffers a brutal rape at the hands of her Manager, Alexander. Penny’s husband, Tommy, struggles to come to terms with his wife’s disclosure, his angered rage agonising with her persuasion to follow the judicial system.
During the forthcoming investigation, Alexander prevaricates, distorting the truth,...


Lucena
Mois Benarroch

In one of his major works, Lucena, Benarroch goes from time travel to social comment, which brings to mind the hilarious novels of Kurt Vonnegut Jr. An old odd ancient man is reaching the age of 1,000 years and has to pass his legacy to his great great great grandson, and prepares him for a journey that will last a thousand years. His first days begin in the Jewish city of Lucena at the beginning of the second millennium and ends in Israel and in Spain. He meets his descendant in a hotel in...