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Shelter From The Storm 

Dorothy Fletcher 

Elementary school teacher Sarah Palmer had a secret, one that even she found hard to face. Only after her teacher friends witnessed one of her debilitating panic attacks did she ever consider confronting it. Shelter from the Storm is her journey toward salvation and renewal. It is a sensitive story about how two young girls—one black, one white—try to overcome the status quo in a time when Jim Crow Laws prevailed. It is also a story that considers how two people can live through the same event and experience very different outcomes— that some become stronger while others are swept away like cottages in a hurricane.

ISBN-13 ‏: ‎ 978-1950613687    $16.95

A brilliant and controversial biotech scientist from Seattle is about to announce a discovery that will potentially make his company a fortune and save tens of thousands of lives. But just days before the announcement he secretly travels to Scotland to meet with another scientist.

Bryn Baczek, a Seattle consultant, is vacationing in Scotland, hiking alone in a downpour, surrounded by midges, when she sees a body at the bottom of a ravine. Before she can return to the scene with the Mountain Rescue Team, the body of the scientist disappears, along with the laptop containing his cutting-edge research.

When an attractive man Bryn met in Scotland shows up, she suspects it isn’t her charm that brought him to her hometown. It turns out that one of his family’s business sidelines is the illegal sale of human organs. They want the missing laptop and assume Bryn has it.

After initially escaping her pursuers, Bryn is saved from becoming the murderer’s second victim by her cantankerous and predictable cat.   AUTHOR CHARLOTTE STUART

Gail Tanzer 

  •   One of fourteen children, Augusta Savage grew up in a small town in the Deep South under oppressive Jim Crow laws, but she was determined to accomplish something special. Even though herfather took the switch to her for making “graven images,” she was drawn to a clay pit near her home where she spent hours sculpting ducks and barnyard animals. Against all odds, she eventually

    became a leading sculptor, educator and champion of equal rights during the Harlem Renaissance. What she regarded as success alluded her and the loss of loved ones disheartened her. Finally, she made a choice that made the New York art world gasp.    (Biographical)  AUTHOR GAIL TANZER

Tom Towslee 

  • Jackson “Sonny” Malloy is haunted and hunted. Haunted by the unexplained death twenty-three years earlier of 16-year-old Dinah Bible. Hunted by a hired gun determined to kill him for what he knows about a political scandal. When Malloy learns that Dinah’s death was no accident, he searches for her killer while the hired gun searches for him. All paths lead to the treacherous and ominous Graves Point. AUTHOR TOM TOWSLEE

JT Kunkel 

  • Miranda Marquette, self-made millionaire living in Malibu, is summoned by her cousin, Sabine to return home to New Orleans to solve a mystery.

    Miranda, an ex cop, jumps in with both feet to help her cousin, but when someone is murdered, will her offer be at the expense of her freedom?

    In the process, Miranda learns more family secrets then she ever wanted to know, one of which will change her relationship with Sabine forever. Miranda discovers that no matter what you think, when you go below the surface, things are seldom what they seem.. author j.t. kunkel

Purple Dragonfly Book Award Winner  

  • MIDDLE-GRADE NOVEL: Middle-grade girls experience different emotions in struggling with family problems and social interaction with each other.  Rose, Lily, and Violet have different personalities, though they are all named for flowers. Rose is a new student, Violet is quiet and shy, and Lily likes to take charge.  As they struggle through their challenges and a little bullying from another girl, they find that they have much in common and can cope better together than alone.  Their friendship becomes strong.  A heart-warming, interesting tale for middle grade students.  AUTHOR JUDY LUNDQUIST

Lynn Kaiser Conrad 

  • An inspiring, reflective, uplifting celebration of life, the sublime, and nature in all its glory, this collection of original poems and photographs by Lynn Conrad perfectly blends word and image to gently stir the mind and massage the soul. Kathleen Moore, writer and lecture 

Barbara Roduner 

  • The father of a beautiful American heiress plots to acquire a handsome Earl for his daughter in the belief she would be happy living in the aristocratic world of her departed aristocratic mother. He does not anticipate what he has set in motion for himself and his three daughters. When Jaleen, his eldest, finds out what he has done, she rebels and surprises all around her with the changes she makes in her life and in that of the Earl she has married.

Barbara Roduner 

  • Verity Ballard, one of the three spirited Edwardian sisters, takes on the daunting task of taming the Marquis of Hargrove’s two wild, unruly children, never dreaming she will fall in love with their proud, perplexed father. She also never dreamed of the adventures which would thrust her into a world she never dreamed possible. But she is dauntless, and she will persevere, for she is an American girl with the spirit to win any challenge. A fascinating tale with moments of laughter, perplexity, fear, and triumph. This second sister, Verity, is different from the first Billard American heiress sister in the preceding book about Jaleen, THE HEIRESS, AND THE RELUCTANT EARL, but is as interesting as the first. A clean, rewarding read of the Edwardian era.

Joseph Cavanaugh

  • THE POET AND THE WONDERSMITH is a classic battle between good and evil. A young boy convinces his busy and reluctant father to venture into a world of strange creatures, a barren wasteland ruled by a greedy and treacherous king. They bring with them the technical skills and scientific knowledge of the father, a Wondersmith, the creative and musical talents of his son the poet, and the magic of his gifted mother to do battle with the powerful forces of fire, deception, and greed in the Underworld. The story is based on an Irish myth, showing that superheroes have existed since the beginning of time and that superhero qualities may rise to the fore in unexpected ways when good people overcome the forces of evil. Escape reality atop a dragon with writer Joseph Cavanaugh and Irish illustrator Shelly Mooney. This adventurous fun tale will keep the reader engaged all the way to the happy ending.

Patty Everett 

  • Little children enjoy stories about pirates and often take delight in dressing up and pretending to act out the role of classical pirates. PAJAMA PIRATES, an appealing fun story of two little boys, adds rhyme and a surprising "bounty" for the two little brother pirates whose mother finally allows them to find the surprising treasure she knew the little pirates craved.

Gini Graham Scott 

  • A little tree feels lonely and abused among the bigger trees, and he longs for a different life. How can he run away? That is his dream each day as his little leaves shake from fear and despair. But something happens and its dream comes true. This heartwarming book tickles the imagination of children. Little children enjoy stories about pirates and often take delight.

Gini Graham Scott 

  • Sandy, the playful herring gull, is always curious, and his curiosity sometimes leads him into trouble but sometimes helps him learn valuable lessons. In this book, his curiosity leads him to a bird in trouble. He understands that he cannot help the bird by himself. Remembering what he felt like when he was in trouble and that some friends had helped him, he gets their attention, and together they help the bird. He begins to think that he can keep helping others in trouble and wonders how he can help them in the future. The result is his idea of an interesting bird patrol. This book is not only interesting to young children, but it also stimulates their thinking of ways to help others and the idea of becoming a leader for positive actions.

Gini Graham Scott 

  • A baby Mole who lives in a hole finds something to do when she finds new colored glasses. They change her world. She sees a new world unfold from the darkness below to colors that flow. Her world is now bright. Author GINI GRAHAM SCOTT has done it again—produced a delightful children’s book that keeps children’s interest and joy in nature.   

Gini Graham Scott 

  • Sandy, a playful herring gull, lives at the ocean. He enjoys playing with his friends and watching people swim and play at the ocean. Because of his curiosity, he flies very close to the kites and gets into trouble. He learns that people are good and that he should no longer get too close to objects that are strange to him. Children relate to this story while they also learn about seagulls, their habits and habitats, and what caring for others really means.

Donna Nicholson

  • Nora doesn't want a relationship with her neighbor. She has no confidence in her family's love for her, nor has she confidence that she will be loved. She spurns the attention of her next-door store owner and is surly. Christmas is coming, and odd things happen until she is forced to come to terms with her inner self to see the world differently. But then, again, it IS Christmas time...and time for CHOCOLATE AND SLEIGH BELLS. Enjoy!

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