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I Can Do That! Can-Do Kids Book Series

I Can Do That! Can-Do Kids Book Series

I Can Do That! helps children learn self-regulating techniques. About I Can Do That! I Can Do That! helps children learn self-regulating techniques. Told through rhyme from a child’s point of view, strategies are shared empowering the child to effectively learn and practice ways they can control their emotions and actions when they feel themselves […]

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My Actions Matter: Can-Do Kids Book

My Actions Matter: Can-Do Kids Book

My Actions Matter helps children learn life value skills, creating a foundation on how they can connect with others. About My Actions Matter My Actions Matter helps children learn life value skills, creating a foundation on how they can connect with others. Told through rhyme from a child’s point of view this book provides strategies […]

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An Unbidden Visitor Audiobook Review

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An Unbidden Visitor is a tale of family, friends, and fear. About An Unbidden Visitor March 1913: Struggling to make ends meet, widow Bridget Murphy finds life in rural Ireland difficult, raising six children while farming her small acreage. With the help of neighbors and friends, Bridget is able to cope with the many arduous […]

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TruthSpell Book Two in The TruthSeer Archives

TruthSpell Book Two in The TruthSeer Archives

In TruthSpell, what if every lie you heard caused you pain? About TruthSpell Thrust into the role of saving the stones of power, Shaeleen is still learning how to manage the magical abilities she has been given. As the holder of a TruthStone, every lie she hears or tells causes her immense physical pain. Sent […]

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From Liberty to Magnolia: In Search of the American Dream Book Review

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From Liberty to Magnolia: In Search of the American Dream vividly recounts the journey of an African-American woman from rural, segregated Mississippi through academia, corporate America, and politics. It is the story of how she triumphed even when, more often than not, the ugly realities of racism and sexism tried to deter her. About From […]

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