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  • It's Odd, The Things One Remembers

    by

    'It's Odd, The Thing's One Remembers' traces the life of Nina Ann Bentley (later Nina Ann Smith) from an idyllic childhood in 1920s England, through her service in the Royal Air Force during World War II, and on into the far more challenging decades ...


  • Really, Granddad?

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    A young girl climbs up on her grandfather’s knee, looks up at him with her big eyes and says, “Granddad, tell me another story.” And Granddad is happy to oblige. These are the tales of Wayne Sherrard. Some are homespun, workaday little family ...


  • All Up in My Kitchen

    by

    Cooking a healthy, non-time-consuming, delicious meal that pleases everyone is not as hard as it seems! Here’s a cookbook that offers practical, healthy, and impressive meal solutions to help you feed your family and friends. All Up in My Kitchen ...


  • A Letter to My Father

    What Your Son Wants to Tell You But Doesn't by

    Many books have been written about the father-son relationship. Most of the readers are well-meaning fathers looking for helpful advice on how to build a relationship with their sons and impact them in a real, meaningful way from older wise men, who ...


  • Finding Calm in the Chaos

    A Parenting Journey by

    This book is about a parenting journey. It is a story about being born in chaos, growing up in chaos and then creating a chaos of her own. It is a parenting book that allows you to learn through story. It is about Finding what helps you stay Calm ...


  • Smile Sandwich

    The Third Journey... How Thoughts, Words and Actions Create Wellness by

    Smile Sandwich is a charming tale about a group of friends who learn productive ways to support one another. This book tackles some of the most common social-emotional issues young children face through the characters of Rebecca, Bobby, and Lucky ...


  • 10 Days in February... Limitations & 10 Days in March... Possibilities

    A Memoir by

    As a child in the 1960s, my biggest and happiest influences were: • living in the mountains of Colorado • experiencing Brownies and Girl Scouts • Laura Ingalls Wilder’s ‘Little House’ books • Helen Keller and her teacher, Annie Sullivan • caring ...


  • 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 ...


  • 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 ...


  • 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 ...