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  • The Perfect Dandelion

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    Have you ever felt like a pest, like you didn’t quite fit in? The Perfect Dandelion is about a dandelion who feels anything but perfect and struggles to see her worth and value among the beautiful flowers around her. It isn’t until she realizes her ...


  • Angel

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    Lucika Roggy has built a life around the struggles of helping his drowning mother keep food on the table and a roof over their heads. When he meets Kaia Arche, he soon realizes that this haunted customer is different than the bastards he knows too ...


  • Whacha Wanna Do?

    Confessions Of A Mischievous Altar Boy by

    The clock ticks down to the very last minute of the very last day of seventh grade, and though it has to be the slowest clock in the entire state of Kentucky…the bell finally rings and Scott Stiles is free. Not only is there no more school, he ...


  • The Unsung Heroes of Paediatric Medicine

    The History of the Department of Pathology, The Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto (1888-2018) by

    Within the world of medicine, the work the pathologist does is integral to positive patient outcomes, but it is rare for the pathologist to actually have any interaction with their patients. Thus, their work can often go unrecognized and ...


  • The Everyday Journey

    From Depression to Light by

    This book is written for people who are depressed and their families. Depression is defined and the author has located how it works with each of the five aspects of a human being: emotional, physical, mental, spiritual and sexual. The reader is ...


  • Rescues from the Sky

    True Stories of the Air Medical Rescue Teams of the US Coast Guard who risk their lives to save others as seen through the eyes of a newly trained flight surgeon 1971-1973 by

    Rescues from the Sky features the true stories of the US Coast Guard Aviation Medical Rescue Service as seen through the eyes of a wet-behind-the-ears flight surgeon fresh out of training. The events it recounts took place during the author’s ...


  • Mouzart

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    Mouzart is a musical mouse who lives in my piano and plays by the light of the moon. There’s a big problem, though—he won’t let me sleep! In the middle of the night, while I’m lying in bed, Mouzart bounces around the piano, creating lively songs. ...


  • Unconditional Love Poems

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    This wise and moving poetry collection explores the depth of love in many forms, from romance and desire to family to women's shared experience. The theme of unconditional love is universal to women as lovers, and mothers, and through shared ...


  • Good Work Done Better

    Improving the Impact of Community-Based Non-Profits by

    Is it possible that the organizations that serve the most vulnerable people in our communities are merely applying temporary patches? Why are most North American cities unable to deal with the root causes of the social challenges they are ...


  • Daphne the Blind Dog Goes to School

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    Daphne is a blind dog who is bored because she doesn't know how to play with toys. She goes to a dog training school to learn to play and have fun. When she starts nose work classes, she is nervous and scared. Daphne doesn't understand the game of ...