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By Kristy-Lee Jones
How do you remember something so great, without forgetting those little moments? From the moment 22 year old Kristy-Lee Jones booked her historic adventure of Trekking Kokoda in Paupa New Guinea, she had decided she wanted to do exactly that. For eight days of the trek Kristy-Lee put pen to paper and documented the events of each day, the moments that made her laugh, cry, challenge and push her to mental and physical strengths she never knew she had. She captures the moments between her two uncles Jim and Andrew, and also Andrew’s friend Tim and the groups Trek guide, Tony. From the very first page Kristy-Lee makes it clear that no words or photos could describe the Kokoda experience, the tranquillity and vibrant colours of the jungle. This Raw and honest narrate however attempts to give insight to those wanting or about to trek Kokoda whilst acts as a memoir for her family and friends to share. As you follow her experiences from each day you are exposed to this young girls personal life and perspectives encapsulated through both her words and photos whilst at the same time being invigorated to start tackling your bucket list of things to do.
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By SYLVIA GRAHAM OLEJNICZAK
My name is O’Malley—Boots to the family I adopted when they moved into the military quarters at Ft. Totten, New York, that had been my family’s ancestral home for many generations. This is the story of one of our many adventures together. It was the Friday after Thanksgiving, and Dad had convinced Mom to take the children into New York City to see Santa Claus. I was left alone for the day, which suited me just fine until an uninvited Christmas guest fell three stories down the chimney of the living room fireplace. It was a young, frightened and very sooty squirrel that the family later named Christopher. Since he was such a young one, I watched quietly as he ate the popcorn garlands off the artificial tree that the children has insisted be put up on Thanksgiving, chewed the corners of several packages under the tree, and generally tracked soot over most of the first floor of the quarters. As the man of the house, I then took action against the thoughtless little intruder. In the spirit of the season, no squirrels were harmed during my writing of this book, but I did scare the little fellow. When my family returned, at first they thought I was the culprit, but then I became the family hero.
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By AMBER G. FLOYD
A lovable little pup named Stallone who captures the heart of everyone, as seen through the eyes of seven year-old Author, Amber Floyd. Much love is shared as he grows and grows to a very big Great Dane!
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By Kathleen D. Lindsey
A young girl tells the many ways in which her friend, Miss Mattie, uses her aprons. Each day they design a different apron by using recycled clothing, adorned them with pretty buttons and ribbons. Although Miss Mattie seems to stay busy with her daily chores, she always makes precious time for this delightful little girl. Aprons seem to be making their way back into our homes. In every department store, craft boutique, Mall or Country Fair, you can be sure to find beautiful aprons for sale. My story, Miss Mattie’s Aprons, will give young audiences a small glimpse of years gone by and how useful the apron was, and still is today. K.D.L. Coming soon: Miss Kat’s Aprons Miss Kat say’s, “Don’t cut those apron strings yet! Get back to the basics, be creative, and sew easy one of a kind aprons. This book is a fun collection of children and adults aprons that are featured in my story, Miss Mattie’s Aprons. Included are patterns, instructions, photos and short stories that will delight anyone who enjoys the craft of sewing.
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By Kathleen D. Lindsey
A young girl tells the many ways in which her friend, Miss Mattie, uses her aprons. Each day they design a different apron by using recycled clothing, adorned them with pretty buttons and ribbons. Although Miss Mattie seems to stay busy with her daily chores, she always makes precious time for this delightful little girl. Aprons seem to be making their way back into our homes. In every department store, craft boutique, Mall or Country Fair, you can be sure to find beautiful aprons for sale. My story, Miss Mattie’s Aprons, will give young audiences a small glimpse of years gone by and how useful the apron was, and still is today. K.D.L. Coming soon: Miss Kat’s Aprons Miss Kat say’s, “Don’t cut those apron strings yet! Get back to the basics, be creative, and sew easy one of a kind aprons. This book is a fun collection of children and adults aprons that are featured in my story, Miss Mattie’s Aprons. Included are patterns, instructions, photos and short stories that will delight anyone who enjoys the craft of sewing.
FORMAT: Softcover
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By Richard M. White
While writing this book, I discovered research that answers the question of why some ducks do not fly. Please share the research with your child.
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By SYLVIA GRAHAM OLEJNICZAK
My name is O’Malley—Boots to the family I adopted when they moved into the military quarters at Ft. Totten, New York, that had been my family’s ancestral home for many generations. This is the story of one of our many adventures together. It was the Friday after Thanksgiving, and Dad had convinced Mom to take the children into New York City to see Santa Claus. I was left alone for the day, which suited me just fine until an uninvited Christmas guest fell three stories down the chimney of the living room fireplace. It was a young, frightened and very sooty squirrel that the family later named Christopher. Since he was such a young one, I watched quietly as he ate the popcorn garlands off the artificial tree that the children has insisted be put up on Thanksgiving, chewed the corners of several packages under the tree, and generally tracked soot over most of the first floor of the quarters. As the man of the house, I then took action against the thoughtless little intruder. In the spirit of the season, no squirrels were harmed during my writing of this book, but I did scare the little fellow. When my family returned, at first they thought I was the culprit, but then I became the family hero.
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By Richard M. White
While writing this book, I discovered research that answers the question of why some ducks do not fly. Please share the research with your child.
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By Ms. Ryke Leigh Douglas
Will the baby elephant, Tumeleng listen to the warnings of her parents, Ayanna and Jabari ? Or will her curious nature lead her into unexpected and dangerous situations?
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By Ms. Ryke Leigh Douglas
Will the baby elephant, Tumeleng listen to the warnings of her parents, Ayanna and Jabari ? Or will her curious nature lead her into unexpected and dangerous situations?
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By Claudia Rousseau
This book is the first retrospective monograph tracing the life and work of Washington D.C. area sculptor, Sam Noto. Having spent much of his youth in the military and in business, Noto became a full-time art student in his early forties, earning his MFA in sculpture from the University of Maryland-College Park in 1995. Working directly with a wide range of media, a “persistent curiosity” about materials and techniques has directed him through an engaging stylistic trajectory over the past three decades, and continues to lead him toward new pathways of creative expression.
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By Katie Doughty
Pat spends most of his time flopping on his belly, which, for most penguins, is a normal way to travel. Unfortunately for Pat, his friends are very formal and only walk with an upright waddle. The annual Great Penguin Race is quickly approaching. Will Pat be able to make it to the finish line without an embarrassing flop?
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By Katie Doughty
Pat spends most of his time flopping on his belly, which, for most penguins, is a normal way to travel. Unfortunately for Pat, his friends are very formal and only walk with an upright waddle. The annual Great Penguin Race is quickly approaching. Will Pat be able to make it to the finish line without an embarrassing flop?
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By Natasha Hill
This book is about inspiration, guidance, and self awareness. It is spiritual and truthful. Affi rmations make you think, and motivate a response to gain direction and clarity. Affi rmations make us aware of what we can truly achieve through believing in ourselves. Through positive thinking and changing our thought processes on a conscious level, we believe in the affi rmation and therefore this becomes a reality.
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By Judith Z. Brutus
Jacob learns his first words but does not understand what they mean. Can you begin to imagine how he will interact with everyone?
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