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By Gloria P. Humphrey
Hammer MC is the director at a construction site. However it’s not a normal building project where trucks, cement, wood, and workers wearing hardhats are busily employed. But this is a project that builds character through poems. Each poem is filled with a lesson of virtue designed to last a lifetime. The author has carefully compiled illustrations that are consistent with each poem to give a more profound impact. Author poet Humphrey gives us a definitive approach to instilling virtues early in the hearts of children to promote productive adults.
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By Gloria P. Humphrey
Hammer MC is the director at a construction site. However it’s not a normal building project where trucks, cement, wood, and workers wearing hardhats are busily employed. But this is a project that builds character through poems. Each poem is filled with a lesson of virtue designed to last a lifetime. The author has carefully compiled illustrations that are consistent with each poem to give a more profound impact. Author poet Humphrey gives us a definitive approach to instilling virtues early in the hearts of children to promote productive adults.
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By Neal Amarnani
Hello, in this book you are going to read about my opinions as a kid on getting stuck in a lift, stranded on an island, and more! You will even get to do activities and games with your friends in this book. This book is brought to you by Neal Amarnani, YouTuber/Vlogger.
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By Neal Amarnani
Hello, in this book you are going to read about my opinions as a kid on getting stuck in a lift, stranded on an island, and more! You will even get to do activities and games with your friends in this book. This book is brought to you by Neal Amarnani, YouTuber/Vlogger.
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By Paméla Tate-Roger
A Girl’s Journey: There's No Crying in Baseball is a children’s book illustrating the character and integrity of a young trailblazer. My name is Paméla Tate-Roger, the author of this groundbreaking project and mother of this young trailblazer named Leiyah. A Girl’s Journey: There's No Crying in Baseball is based on my daughter’s experience in becoming the first female baseball player at her middle school in San Francisco, California. In addition to that, she became the first female baseball player to ever play in a SFUSD Boys Middle School Baseball Championship, and ultimately, she became the first female player to ever play on a SFUSD Middle School Boys Championship Baseball Team in 2013. This groundbreaking life event was written for the purpose of teaching children and families about fortitude, integrity, gender roles, and the concept of team. Since the Championship game in 2013, Leiyah’s middle school team went on to play in the 2014 playoffs, but they were eliminated in the second round. Leiyah has been fortunate to have selected to play for San Francisco Rec and Parks first ever All-Girls Baseball Team, the San Francisco Bay Sox, who will represent the City and County of San Francisco in the Inaugural Baseball For All Tournament in Orlando, FL May 30 – June 4, 2015 (visit www.baseballforall.com for more information). The world has undergone such drastic changes in how gender roles are formulated and shaped within the last couple of decades. Women have made great strides in civil, academic, and professional arenas; however, many areas remain male-dominated. Even with the 2014 success of Mo’ne Davis, the first girl to earn a win and to pitch a shutout in the Little League World Series, a girl’s road in this male dominated sport is riddled with bumps and bruises. A Girl’s Journey: There's No Crying in Baseball is written to illustrate how destructive bullying and antiquated stereotypes can be, as well as how growth and strength comes from hard work and perseverance when a girl decides do something out of the "normal confines of society and she decides she wants to play baseball.” The book contains fifty-eight pages, twenty-four illustrations, and is in hardcover as well as e-book format. The book contains 12 site words, 18 challenge words, and 5 open-ended discussion questions and 1,898 words. This book is self-published and will be available online, in stores, or on my website at www.pamelatateroger.com, on May 1, 2015. We are currently scheduling book-signing events, children's writing workshops, and other promotional opportunities. Please contact my support team at nocryinginbaseballbook@gmail.com. We look forward to hearing from you!
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By Maxine Chisholm
The Bully Versus the Prophet is a book about my nephew who from the moment he entered into the world had to face many challenges due to his small stature. He was constantly being bullied at school and after repeatedly being bullied, his dad gave him defense lessons. After summer break, Klyn and his family moved, and he had to go to a new school. Klyn found himself being bullied again. While trying to stay on the right path by reading his Bible on his lunch hours, instead of eating, he was forced to use the Word of God to fight off and to get rid of the bully. In the end, Klyn became fed up. He knew by him being a child of God that the words of God were his only defense against the bully. He knew at the age of seven how powerful words were. When the bully left him no other choice because it appeared the bully wasn’t going to stop bullying him, he used the scripture from Psalms, chapter 105, verse 15: “Touch not mine anointed, and do my prophets no harm.” The next thing Klyn knew, the bully at his new school was permanently kicked out. Klyn overcame his bullying, and you can too. There is zero tolerance for bullying. So let’s all stand up against bullies and end the bullying. No one deserves to be treated unfairly. While bullying is no laughing matter, it’s real and it’s happening every day. Bullies are big monsters that like to pick on people smaller than them because that makes them feel powerful. If you know of anyone being bullied, don’t be afraid to speak up. Let someone, an adult or anyone in higher authority, know and never try to face or take the bully alone. It’s not fun being picked on or to pick on anyone.
FORMAT: Hardcover
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By Paméla Tate-Roger
A Girl’s Journey: There's No Crying in Baseball is a children’s book illustrating the character and integrity of a young trailblazer. My name is Paméla Tate-Roger, the author of this groundbreaking project and mother of this young trailblazer named Leiyah. A Girl’s Journey: There's No Crying in Baseball is based on my daughter’s experience in becoming the first female baseball player at her middle school in San Francisco, California. In addition to that, she became the first female baseball player to ever play in a SFUSD Boys Middle School Baseball Championship, and ultimately, she became the first female player to ever play on a SFUSD Middle School Boys Championship Baseball Team in 2013. This groundbreaking life event was written for the purpose of teaching children and families about fortitude, integrity, gender roles, and the concept of team. Since the Championship game in 2013, Leiyah’s middle school team went on to play in the 2014 playoffs, but they were eliminated in the second round. Leiyah has been fortunate to have selected to play for San Francisco Rec and Parks first ever All-Girls Baseball Team, the San Francisco Bay Sox, who will represent the City and County of San Francisco in the Inaugural Baseball For All Tournament in Orlando, FL May 30 – June 4, 2015 (visit www.baseballforall.com for more information). The world has undergone such drastic changes in how gender roles are formulated and shaped within the last couple of decades. Women have made great strides in civil, academic, and professional arenas; however, many areas remain male-dominated. Even with the 2014 success of Mo’ne Davis, the first girl to earn a win and to pitch a shutout in the Little League World Series, a girl’s road in this male dominated sport is riddled with bumps and bruises. A Girl’s Journey: There's No Crying in Baseball is written to illustrate how destructive bullying and antiquated stereotypes can be, as well as how growth and strength comes from hard work and perseverance when a girl decides do something out of the "normal confines of society and she decides she wants to play baseball.” The book contains fifty-eight pages, twenty-four illustrations, and is in hardcover as well as e-book format. The book contains 12 site words, 18 challenge words, and 5 open-ended discussion questions and 1,898 words. This book is self-published and will be available online, in stores, or on my website at www.pamelatateroger.com, on May 1, 2015. We are currently scheduling book-signing events, children's writing workshops, and other promotional opportunities. Please contact my support team at nocryinginbaseballbook@gmail.com. We look forward to hearing from you!
FORMAT: Softcover
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$31.99
By Paméla Tate-Roger
A Girl’s Journey: There's No Crying in Baseball is a children’s book illustrating the character and integrity of a young trailblazer. My name is Paméla Tate-Roger, the author of this groundbreaking project and mother of this young trailblazer named Leiyah. A Girl’s Journey: There's No Crying in Baseball is based on my daughter’s experience in becoming the first female baseball player at her middle school in San Francisco, California. In addition to that, she became the first female baseball player to ever play in a SFUSD Boys Middle School Baseball Championship, and ultimately, she became the first female player to ever play on a SFUSD Middle School Boys Championship Baseball Team in 2013. This groundbreaking life event was written for the purpose of teaching children and families about fortitude, integrity, gender roles, and the concept of team. Since the Championship game in 2013, Leiyah’s middle school team went on to play in the 2014 playoffs, but they were eliminated in the second round. Leiyah has been fortunate to have selected to play for San Francisco Rec and Parks first ever All-Girls Baseball Team, the San Francisco Bay Sox, who will represent the City and County of San Francisco in the Inaugural Baseball For All Tournament in Orlando, FL May 30 – June 4, 2015 (visit www.baseballforall.com for more information). The world has undergone such drastic changes in how gender roles are formulated and shaped within the last couple of decades. Women have made great strides in civil, academic, and professional arenas; however, many areas remain male-dominated. Even with the 2014 success of Mo’ne Davis, the first girl to earn a win and to pitch a shutout in the Little League World Series, a girl’s road in this male dominated sport is riddled with bumps and bruises. A Girl’s Journey: There's No Crying in Baseball is written to illustrate how destructive bullying and antiquated stereotypes can be, as well as how growth and strength comes from hard work and perseverance when a girl decides do something out of the "normal confines of society and she decides she wants to play baseball.” The book contains fifty-eight pages, twenty-four illustrations, and is in hardcover as well as e-book format. The book contains 12 site words, 18 challenge words, and 5 open-ended discussion questions and 1,898 words. This book is self-published and will be available online, in stores, or on my website at www.pamelatateroger.com, on May 1, 2015. We are currently scheduling book-signing events, children's writing workshops, and other promotional opportunities. Please contact my support team at nocryinginbaseballbook@gmail.com. We look forward to hearing from you!
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By L. Nazario
Scotty, a disobedient young boy, is very lucky and he doesn't even know it. He doesn't like to listen to his Mommy and waits for her to get upset and yell before he does what she says! But after an especially terrifying nightmare, Scotty realizes how lucky he is to have such a loving family, one who teaches him how good it is to listen... and even to pray.
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By L. Nazario
Scotty, a disobedient young boy, is very lucky and he doesn't even know it. He doesn't like to listen to his Mommy and waits for her to get upset and yell before he does what she says! But after an especially terrifying nightmare, Scotty realizes how lucky he is to have such a loving family, one who teaches him how good it is to listen... and even to pray.
FORMAT: Softcover
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$21.99
By L. Nazario
Scotty, a disobedient young boy, is very lucky and he doesn't even know it. He doesn't like to listen to his Mommy and waits for her to get upset and yell before he does what she says! But after an especially terrifying nightmare, Scotty realizes how lucky he is to have such a loving family, one who teaches him how good it is to listen... and even to pray.
FORMAT: Hardcover
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By Evan Scarlett
Well they tried to drug him to keep him quiet for a while and then they had the bright idea of giving him testosterone injections under the guise that they were using him as a guinnea pig in some sort of research trial. Well you stupid friggin’ doctors you are somewhat responsible for this particular pile of words splattered onto a page of a pretend book. Didn’t you specialists know that you could have done the same thing to a monkey given them a laptop and got nearly the same result.
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By Maxine Chisholm
The Bully Versus the Prophet is a book about my nephew who from the moment he entered into the world had to face many challenges due to his small stature. He was constantly being bullied at school and after repeatedly being bullied, his dad gave him defense lessons. After summer break, Klyn and his family moved, and he had to go to a new school. Klyn found himself being bullied again. While trying to stay on the right path by reading his Bible on his lunch hours, instead of eating, he was forced to use the Word of God to fight off and to get rid of the bully. In the end, Klyn became fed up. He knew by him being a child of God that the words of God were his only defense against the bully. He knew at the age of seven how powerful words were. When the bully left him no other choice because it appeared the bully wasn’t going to stop bullying him, he used the scripture from Psalms, chapter 105, verse 15: “Touch not mine anointed, and do my prophets no harm.” The next thing Klyn knew, the bully at his new school was permanently kicked out. Klyn overcame his bullying, and you can too. There is zero tolerance for bullying. So let’s all stand up against bullies and end the bullying. No one deserves to be treated unfairly. While bullying is no laughing matter, it’s real and it’s happening every day. Bullies are big monsters that like to pick on people smaller than them because that makes them feel powerful. If you know of anyone being bullied, don’t be afraid to speak up. Let someone, an adult or anyone in higher authority, know and never try to face or take the bully alone. It’s not fun being picked on or to pick on anyone.
FORMAT: Softcover
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By Grandma Robbie
Using Good Manners is Fun; Try It! is a collection of comical portrayals about manners. It is intended to attract the attention of young children and talk about simple forms of etiquette. Hopefully, this will enable them to be more prepared to live and socialize with others.
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By Grandma Robbie
Using Good Manners is Fun; Try It! is a collection of comical portrayals about manners. It is intended to attract the attention of young children and talk about simple forms of etiquette. Hopefully, this will enable them to be more prepared to live and socialize with others.
FORMAT: Softcover
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$21.99