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The Thread That Binds

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In The Thread That Binds, five women once strangers form bonds that will be everlasting. About The Thread That Binds Sherice is a new mother, a sonographer, quilter, and wife; an overworked young woman whose elderly mother is slipping away from her. Sylvie is a newlywed and recent immigrant, unemployed and virtually penniless. Her husband’s paycheck […]

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Ditching the Drive-Thru

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After an exhausting day at work, hitting the drive-thru or nuking a pre-fab meal is all too often the go-to decision for feeding a family. Cooking a meal from scratch using fresh ingredients can seem beyond the average person’s time, energy, or financial means. But with mounting evidence pointing to processed food and our industrial […]

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Stop and Smell Your Children by Leah Spina

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Ready to laugh about motherhood and be encouraged? Tired of feeling overwhelmed and stressed out in the baby and toddler season? Need some fresh vision and perspective so you can enjoy—not just endure—your young children? About Stop and Smell Your Children Stop and Smell Your Children: Laugh and Enjoy the Little Years offers moms-to-be and […]

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Jesusita by Ronald Ruiz

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Jesusita is the story of immigrants—legal and illegal—trying to survive in California in the years after World War II. About Jesusita Jesusita, alone and impoverished, struggles to keep her four young children together. Though she finds support from Padre Montes at St. Teresa’s Catholic Church, her faith won’t solve her problems, especially those with her […]

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Murder on Safari by Peter Riva

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In Murder on Safari, it is up to a reality TV producer and an expert safari guide to stop a terrorist attack. About Murder on Safari Every adventure starts at the fringes of civilization. For expert safari guide Mbuno and wildlife television producer Pero Baltazar, filming in the wild of East Africa should have been […]

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