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  • What Is Your Story?

    Let’s talk about adoption and kinship by

    What is Your Story? is an engaging, colourful book that gives children permission to discover their unique journey of adoption or kinship. The book’s goal is to normalize the questions children have, while at the same time normalizing the need to ...


  • Worth the Wait

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    Sometimes, life doesn’t play out like a nursery rhyme. Sometimes, we have to walk through thunderstorms before we get to our rainbows. Worth the Wait is about the long, difficult road some mothers must travel on the way to the birth of a healthy ...


  • Eyes Different Than Mine

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    A six-year-old girl gets a new baby brother. She marvels at his tiny fingers and notices the palm of his hand has different lines than hers. She looks into his sparkling eyes and notices they are a different shape than hers. She is delighted by the ...


  • A Child in Child City

    A True Story by

    We all have a story to tell, this is mine. An inspiring true story written through a little girl's eyes (mine) Laura, known as Marion in the Orphanage. What Orphanage? Where? you might ask. The details are inside my book along with some historic ...


  • My Grandma's Doll

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    "My Grandma’s Doll” is a story about a loving relationship between a grandmother and her granddaughter. It’s about sharing and listening to each other. One day Grandma tells Tammy a story about getting her first doll and how it disappeared. What ...


  • Macsen's Magical Story

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    My name is Macsen Lee, and this is my story. After one year on Earth, God brought me home to a magical place called heaven, and he granted me the gift of being everywhere! My family misses me, but I am with them every day. I am in the flowers in ...


  • For You

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    For You is a book about what it takes for some parents to finally have a child of their own. Infertility is an all-too-common hurdle that many people must overcome when wishing to grow their family, and reproductive assistance is often needed in ...


  • Too Much Fun... Digging in the Dirt!

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    Like a safari though the backyard garden, Too Much Fun... Digging in the Dirt takes readers on a journey though nature that is both imaginative and educational as a little boy and his grandma work together to clear the summer garden of weeds and ...


  • Mom Taught Values with Quotes and Proverbs

    A Memoir of Short Stories by

    In today’s society, words like “Character,” “Honesty,” “Responsibility,” “Accountability,” and “Respect,” have been replaced by words such as “Acceptance,” “Tolerance,” and “Political Correctness.” This has confused our children. These short ...


  • Dear Jack

    A Letter From A Special Needs Child To Her Sibling by

    "Dear Jack" is a story told through the eyes of Holly, a young girl with special needs. Holly wants to tell her older brother Jack how sorry she is that their mom couldn't be there for him at certain events, like at his hockey games because the ice ...