• September 2014

      10 Little Monsters Visit Oregon

      by Walton, Rick - Smiley, Jess Smart

      From the Astoria Column and Crater Lake to Tillamook Cheese and Powell’s Books, these 10 Little Monsters discover some of the most unique and interesting things about Oregon and what it has to offer. Silly, over-the-top fun, and a bit macabre, 10 Little M

    • September 2015

      10 Little Monsters Visit San Francisco

      by Walton, Rick - Smiley, Jess Smart

      10 Little Monsters love to play At the Golden City by the Bay. 10 Little Monsters, they can’t wait To visit the city with the Golden Gate! From Alcatraz to Coit Tower and from Lombard Street to the Golden Gate Bridge, these 10 Little M

    • September 2015

      10 Little Monsters Visit Washington

      by Walton, Rick - Smiley, Jess Smart

      10 Little Monsters, looking for fun, Take a trip to Washington. 10 Little Monsters, they can’t wait 'Cause Monsters love the Evergreen State From the trail of Lewis and Clark to Mount Rainier and Pike Place Market, these 10 Lit

    • 12 Little Elves Visit Texas

      by Walton, Rick - Smiley, Jess Smart

      12 Little Elves, looking for messes, Take a trip to the state of Texas. 12 Little Elves, they can’t wait Cause Elves just love the Lone Star State. From the panhandle to Brownsville, from the capital to San Antonio’s Ala

    • March 2016

      52 Weeks of Cookies

      How One Mom Refused to Be Beaten by Her Son's Deployment

      by McCreath, Maggie

      Single mother Maggie McCreath couldn’t decide which was worse: the fact that her only son (not yet twenty-one) was off to war in Iraq for the second time or the fact that they had only five days to prepare. Even more frightening, she knew that he would be

    • April 2016

      523 Ways to Be Awesome

      by Thompson, Kathryn

      Have you ever wanted to write a symphony, explore the galaxy, or save a life? With 523 Ways to Be Awesome, you will learn how you are already doing those and other amazing things . . . a bit . . . and how you can do them a bit more, one Drop of Awesome at

    • January 2016

      90-Day Raw Food Diet

      Improve Health, Heighten Energy, and Get the Glow!

      by Kenney, Matthew

      Matthew Kenney's The 90-Day Raw Food Diet is a 90-day program to help people who are interested in improving their health and energy by changing how and what they eat. Focusing on Michael Pollan's mantra, "Eat food, not too much, mostly plants," Kenney pr

    • October 2014

      A Dangerous Day in Georgia

      by Earl, Cheri Pray - Williams, Carol Lynch - Oliphant, Manelle

      “April 8, 1942 was a dangerous day.” That’s what the note said. The one from Mom and Dad. George and Gracie find it in their parents’ papers but they don’t have a clue what it means. The time machine lands them in the ocean next to St. Simons Island,

    • June 2015

      A Land Twice Promised

      An Israeli Woman's Quest for Peace

      by Baum, Noa

      Israeli storyteller Noa Baum grew up in Jerusalem in the shadow of the ancestral traumas of the holocaust and ongoing wars. Stories of the past and fear of annihilation in the wars of the ’60s, ’70s, and ’80s shaped her perceptions and identity. In Americ

    • May 2013

      A Teen's Guide to Success

      How to Be Calm, Confident, Focused

      by Bernstein, Ben

      The world’s teenagers have never been so challenged as they are today. The constant demands of parents, school, work, peers, social media, athletics, music. . . has created a generation who, while tremendously capable, are also tremendously stressed. Tod

    • July 2016

      All-Natural Aquaponic Lawns, Gardens & Vertical Gardens

      Inexpensive Back-to-Basics Gardening with Fish Using Non-Electric, Solar, or Minimal-Electricity Designs

      by Warnock, Caleb - Lyons, Logan

      In the first aquaponic book to provide information on lawns, gardens, and vertical gardens, self-sufficiency expert Caleb Warnock shows us how fish, plants, a flower bed, water, and a drain combine to create a masterful ecosystem that can sustain your fam

    • October 2014

      Among the Giants

      How One Underdog Pursued His Dreams & You Can Too!

      by LeBeau, Jesse

      The sound of the basketball slapping the floor echoed hollowly in the gym, as I began working it playfully with my hands. Planning my next move, I locked eyes with my opponent. I noticed small beads of sweat beginning to form in the furrow between his eye

    • October 2013

      Angel Birthdays

      A Day to Remember, A New Way to Heal, A Celebration of Life

      by Garay, Erin - Abbott, Kristin

      When Gracie and Jake’s Grandma passes away, these children come up with a brilliant plan to help them grieve and celebrate their grandma’s life—to host an Angel Birthday Party to celebrate their grandma’s angel birthday. They buy balloons, bake her favor

    • Becoming Free

      A Woman's Guide to Internal Strength

      by Monson, Christy

      Throughout our lives we tend to build up armor that inhibits our growth. Our armor comes in many disguises: depression, self-deprecation, or the inability to act. We often create our own armor, our own protection, unique to us, but this protection actuall

    • June 2013

      Body Fit

      A Beginner's Guide to Fitness

      by Marshall, Greg

      “My goal is to empower you to train yourself. This is why I want to give you a strong foundation of fitness education in weight training, cardio, nutrition, and keeping the right mental attitude—so that you can live a healthy lifestyle forever.” From Body

    • September 2016

      Body, Mind, and Spirit for Stress

      The Three-Legged Stool for Becoming Calm, Confident, and Focused

      by Bernstein, Ben

      Dr. Ben Bernstein, PhD—a nationally celebrated performance coach for CEOs, professional athletes, musicians, and students—brings his forty-year career to those who struggle with stress in their life. Clear, holistic, and immediately successful, Dr. B's 9

    • July 2015


      by Miles, David W - Hoopes, Natalie

      In a world dazzled by the latest gadgets and mesmerized by Internet videos, the humble book seems like the most ordinary thing that could be. And perhaps it is—until you learn to look closer . . . and closer . . . and closer . . . and you’re suddenly in

    • July 2014

      By Her Side

      Eating Disorders and the Joy of Recovery for Young Women

      by Schone, Deborah P. - Evans, Shelby L.

      "I wish someone would make me stop!" Kristin Haroldsen, a beautiful, talented, and charming girl of sixteen struggled with bulimia until, tragically, her eating disorder took her life. Using actual journal entries, Deborah Schone, Kristin’s best friend,

    • April 2014


      How Cancer Cured a Marriage

      by Kenyon, Mary Potter

      When Mary Potter Kenyon’s husband David was diagnosed with cancer in the summer of 2006 she searched libraries and bookstores for books on cancer and the caregiving experience. What she discovered was a plethora of technical and medically-oriented books o

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