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By Andrea Anderson
A friendly snowman named Rudy finds himself desperately wanting a family for Christmas. With the support of his friends and a helping hand from Santa, Rudy discovers the true meaning of family.
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By Marjorie Brame Bennett
A trilogy of Spiritual Thoughts poetry, “Spiritual Thoughts to Live By” and “Spiritual Thoughts from God” resulted from the writings.
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By Eleanor Lopes Akahloun
The Magic of Dreams: An American Diplomat’s Journey relays the story of a retired American diplomat who served in the U.S. Foreign Service for forty-three years. Eleanor L. Akahloun shares a remarkable personal and professional journey from humble, yet inspiring beginnings in her tightly knit Cape Verdean American community in Massachusetts. Her firsthand account of working with the U.S. State Department provides a peek into her colorful adventures and valuable lessons learned from her travels across all seven continents. This book is an affirmation that dreams are magical, that there is beauty—amidst challenges—in chasing them. The memoir is written in a question-and-answer format, with a perfect blend of wit, intrigue, and light humor. The Magic of Dreams: An American Diplomat’s Journey is a fascinating read that will leave the readers inspired.
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By Maiv Txiab Vam Xeeb Yaj

Maiv Txiab Vam Xeeb Yaj has written this book to summarize her insights, challenges and discoveries during her time working in many capacities as an interpreter. Maiv Txiab illustrates the processes while identifying the barriers and gaps in critical meanings and messages which facilitate misunderstandings between Hmong and English language. If we are not communicating or conveying the same language, thinking the same way, then we can not see the world through the same eyes.


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By Becky Stewart Wynia
Growing Up Gilead is a collection of stories from Becky Stewart Wynia’s teen and pre-teen years at Mt. Gilead Bible Conference Grounds in Sebastopol, California. Being a teen in the 1960’s had challenges all its own. Learn how this Christian family overcame obstacles, obtained God’s blessing and had a lot of fun too! Take the challenge to raise your children to serve the Lord, being obedient to God’s call!
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By Rudy Hines
Once upon a time there was a Kingdom. The kingdom was called Veggie Land. Veggie Land had no leaders, not even a King or Queen. The people wanted a leader, someone to represent them and protect them.
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By Bradford Howland
Bradford Howland has had a long association with MIT.s Research Laboratory of Electronics (RLE) which was housed in a World War II wooden building, known only as “Building 20”. It housed neurophysiologists, linguists, and the MIT train club, among others. Even while Brad worked at a daytime job Lincoln Laboratory, he had a lab in Building 20 where he spent many late nights observing and interacting with scientists, mechanics, students, secretaries, janitors, guards, and people who simply walked in off the streets. These are the stories of those interactions.
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By Tom Hanley

Take a whimsical journey through postwar America with author Tom Hanley, from black-and-white TVs to nuns shooting invisible atomic energy rays from their eyes. From sleek jets and cars with big fins to our current upside-down culture.

Written from the heart, 'Cold War Kid' cuts through dry history to serve up a whimsical look at post-war America. From growing up as a military brat on Air Force Bases throughout the country to becoming a pilot, writer, artist and a sixty-something surfer in Hawaii, Tom Hanley pulls no punches when recounting his life experiences in a way that will leave readers with plenty to laugh about.

"The funniest memoir I have ever read." Cliff Carle, author and editor


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By John E. Huegel
About this Book In this work, the author offers readers a selection of his sermons during his long ministry. Huegel is retired and lives with his wife of fifty years in the state of Texas. His three sons and one daughter serve in the Bethel Lutheran Church of Lyford, Texas, in different capacities.
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By Nancy Li Schmidt
A beautifully illustrated children’s book about how it takes just one little spark to ignite passion in our hearts for helping others. Read about how one act of kindness can create a spark that grows and inspires people to get involved in their community.
With the purchase of each book, a donation will be given to Spark Northwest so they can continue to spark the hearts of children everywhere.
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By R. A. Haddad
The Bible declares that is the absolute inherent word of God. 2 Timothy 3:16 proclaims, “All Scripture inspired (God-Breathed) by God…” Isaiah 43:10 declares, “…And understand that I am He Before Me there was no God formed, And there will be none after Me.” John 17:17 states, “Sanctify them in the truth; Thy word is truth.” The fact that God says the Bible is His inherent word and that there are no other gods and is His true word is a very profound statement. It makes you want to find out more about Who God Is and who dares to make a statement of such magnitude.
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By Paul Chipperfield
Take a journey into a world which examines the serious side of life, a life that is reflective, challenging & deeply moving.

Detour into another world where the landscape suddenly changes, a world that is humorous, offbeat and surreal.

Combine the two points & throw in a little bit of Australia to view the world from 'down under'. Finally, tantalize the taste buds by mixing all of the ingredients together for one really good scrumptious bite at what makes this world a truly serious and zany place to live in.
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By Doug Bennett

“Here Come the Colts!” . . . .That was the slogan that was written on the side of the team buses, and this is the story of a decade of championship football, the Atlanta Colts of the 1970’s, who won 17 of a possible 30 championships in the three age/weight classifications of the Georgia Youth Football Conference from 1970-1979, dominating that league in that decade. This book is about the players and coaches in the decade of the 1970’s for this Atlanta Colt youth football program, the ACYA, based in north Atlanta, Georgia who participated in the three age and weight classifications of the varsity program. It also includes information and recounts about some of the opposing teams and their coaches and layers that made up metropolitan Atlanta’s most competitive big league youth football organization of the era of the 1970’s, the Georgia Youth Football Conference. It is the author’s tribute to the ACYA founder and leader, the late Bob Johnson, who is mentioned frequently throughout the book. The Atlanta Colt Youth Association program, aka “ACYA” was often referred to as the number one “Pop Warner” sanctioned youth football program in the entire US in the 1970’s. The book is written in narrative from the perspective of the author, who participated as one of the Varsity Colt head coaches in the last eight years of that decade (1972-1979) and observed the 1970 and 1971 seasons from an Interleague coaching position within that same famous Pop Warner program. The chapters detail the author’s recollections and opinions and most of the detail centers mainly around his own players’ and teams’ experiences. The author provides season by season summaries of each of the varsity Colt teams, highlighting some of the most important games in which his own team participated, with capsules of many others. He also reveals some of the strategies employed in detail and the actual on the field rationale and logic behind many of the significant plays and events in some of those games. The author is Doug Bennett, who was a head coach for the “varsity” Colts for nine years, and participated in the ACYA program a total of 12 years from 1969-1980. In the subject decade of this book, the 1970’s, Bennett was a varsity Colt Head Coach for the years 1972-1979. His teams won six consecutive GYFC championships from 1972 to 1977, finishing second in 1978 and third in 1979. Using a combination of research from written historical material, actual game films and the author’s memory, as much detail as possible is written, including the author’s recollection of specific game circumstances, situations and plays, with emphasis on individual player and team performances, etc. There are chapters describing the program’s and author’s philosophies and strategies on Offense, Defense, Special Teams, Practice and Game Preparation providing written description and analysis of how these championship teams were built from the first day of practice through the end of a season as it was learned from the legendary Coach Bob Johnson. The ACYA program was not only a football program for the children, it was almost a society within the society of the Dunwoody area and surrounding neighborhoods in the northern suburbs of Atlanta, Georgia, particularly in the decade of the ’70’s. It was run totally by adult volunteers, whose dedication allowed the program to prosper and flourish from its inception in 1965. The ACYA program was the annual focal point in the lives of these families from the start of football tryouts in early August until the last bowl games in December, for all of the years they were involved. Lifelong friendships were formed there, among the children football players and the adult parents and volunteers in those families. The program still serves the community today and many of the volunteers who have been involved in recent years are former players from the era discussed in this book.


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By Pastor Latoyria Mckoy
It is truly a blessing to have this book published at this time. The Lord Assured me that the battle was his. Many People Expected Me Not To Become An Achiever. Mean-while, the spirit of God assured me “There is A Season And A Time For Everything, And In Due-Season You Will Reap If You Faint Not” and that’s what kept me content. I had to operate in the fruit of the spirit while knowing the thoughts and true intents of men and women’s hearts. I encourage each one of you to never sleep on the spirit of God; it doesn’t matter if you’re a pastor, bishop, prophet, prophetess or even the pope God will reveal your thoughts to his people. AND THAT’S WORTH PONDERING…
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By Richard G. McGee
A Guide to Tribal Employment is a practical analysis of the law, policies, and practices used by tribal government and tribal enterprise employers. This book focuses on the application of tribal, state, and federal employment laws. Moreover, the Guide applies tribal self-determination, sovereignty, and immunity to the employment process. The Guide addresses employment disputes, unique employment issues in tribal gaming, and the unique policies used by tribal employers. The Guide’s question-answer format will help tribal administrators, human resources personnel, and tribal leadership better understand the interesting and important questions relating to tribal employment.
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