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  • The Return To The Family Farm

    Still Learning Life Lessons by

    After her marriage in 1976, Mary Kay Schippers left the family farm to move to the city, embark on a career and raise a family with her high school sweetheart. In 1995, after her aging parents moved to town and decided to sell some land that had ...


  • The Incident

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    John Paul Bennett is a happy man. His first and only marriage is strong. His teenage son and daughter have no major issues. He is a respected senior negotiator for the U.S. State Department. And, after a quick trip to Paris he’s looking forward to ...


  • Finding Pascasio

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    Four-year-old ‘Wolfi’ Herminio is happily growing up in Berlin with his six-year-old brother Roni, his German mother Klara and his Spanish journalist father Pascasio. But on the day that Hitler invades Poland, a panicked Pascasio rushes home, burns ...


  • My Mother's Wife

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    In the wealthy, polygamous household of Jeremiah Dike, first-wife Helen feels she has not been accorded the status she deserves, because unlike Jeremiah’s younger wives, she has not born him a son. But Helen is a woman who is used to getting exactly ...


  • Bridge Over The River Why

    A Guide for Those Who Have Suffered the Loss of a Child to Suicide by

    “In Bridge Over the River Why, the Coopers have succeeded in a dual task documenting their own journey through the grief of losing their son Eli by suicide, while at the same time providing a valuable resource for anyone who has had to face the same ...


  • What the Living Do

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    Until the age of twelve, Georgia Lee Kay-Stern believed she was Jewish — the story of her Cree birth family had been kept secret. Now she’s living on her own and attending first year university, and with her adoptive parents on sabbatical in Costa ...


  • Finding the Silver Lining

    Baby Boomer Life Lessons by

    They are a demographer’s delight and a marketer’s challenge. They are the baby boomers, and conservative estimates put them in control of 70 percent of disposable income in the United States. They are also growing older, developing health issues and ...


  • Your Preschooler

    A Manual for Developing a Child's Love of Reading by

    A HALF-HOUR A DAY Spending just 30 minutes each day introducing and reading books aloud to your child is one of the most valuable gifts you can provide during the pre-kindergarten and early school years. It may even be the single most important time ...


  • My One Extraordinary Life

    The Memories of Leona King by

    After being diagnosed with a potentially fatal disease I began journaling. It became a healing process. In between relapses I began writing stories of my youth and continued to what could now be called the last third of my life. Reflections of happy ...


  • I Quit! Oh wait, I'm the Mom

    A practical guide to finding your joy again by

    What is the number one priority of being a parent? Taking care of yourself! If you’re constantly on the run, never seem to have enough time, and frequently feel overwhelmed, this little book could save you and your family. Today is the day you ...