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    Uh-oh! It's meal time, and the queen is about to throw a tantrum. When it seems no chef in the entire world can please her fussy palate, a peasant boy prepares a treat sure to impress even the most fickle. Do you think you know what it is? In spirited verse, you'll be kept guessing until the triumphant end. 


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    There are no scars like those inflicted in childhood, and no love like your first.

    Heaven's promise, desires flame...

    Timeless couples seek out the unconditional love and healing of an angel and the scorching heat of unending passion.


    A man of God, a fallen angel. Two different worlds, one undying love...

    For the first time in her life, Rori Mason is independent, supporting herself; she has friends who love her, and-most importantly-she respects herself. She's vowed never to allow a man to hurt her again. Nate Jovanovich broke the heart of a younger, less cynical Rori by marrying her rival. 11 years later, Nate has lost his wife, gained a child and, at the end of it all, realizes Rori is still the woman of his heart.


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    'Being Kind to George' is based on a true story and real life characters. Set in a beautiful Country Park nestling in the heart of Wiltshire, England, it tells the tale of how man can affect the wildlife around him.

    The story tries to show how even in kindness, man can damage not only the delicate balance of the environment in which animals live, but by befriending a wild animal they can remove the instincts that help it to survive.


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    An unusual friendship exists between Christopher Cuthbert Caterpillar and Mervyn Magpie. Although Christopher has been warned attending Mervyn's birthday party will be dangerous, he's filled with bravado and insists he can take care of himself. Christopher learns a hard lesson that courage is admirable but sometimes doing what we want to isn't always the best thing for us.


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    Revised, Updated, and Reissued Writing Reference

    Second Edition

    Without layering, a story is one-dimensional, unbelievable, boring. Layers mean stronger characters, settings, plots, suspense, intrigue, emotions and motivation. Layering also produces cohesion of all elements. Characters must blend naturally with the setting the writer has placed them, just as plot becomes an organic part of character and setting. If a story doesn't work, it could very well be because the elements aren't cohesive. Cohesive Story Building shows how each element hinges on the other two and how to mix them until they fuse irrevocably.

    Additionally, Cohesive Story Building carefully explores each of stage of story development from brainstorming and outlining to drafting and revision. From a thorough look at the fundamentals of writing to comprehensive story building techniques, as well as submission guidelines and etiquette, this must-have guide will see writers through the entire novel writing process from start to finish. 

    Set within the framework of comparing the process of building a house to the process of building a story, Cohesive Story Building gives a solid plan of action from start to finish through in-depth examples and exercises, and leave-no-stone-unturned checklists that will help writers take the plan into their own writing. Features detailed examples from published novels to illustrate story-building principles. 

    Many who have read Karen Wiesner's reference First Draft in 30 Days, which focuses on in-depth outlining and goal-setting, will find Cohesive Story Building a perfect companion to that book.


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    Return to Peaceful, Wisconsin and read the stories of those secondary characters in an all-new spin-off series. Nuggets of faith can be passed down as heirlooms from friend to friend, heart to heart, soul-mate to soul-mate.


    Book One Friendship Heirloom: Persistence 

    Zoe Rossdale is the clumsy girl who always has her elbows, feet, eyes, and brass-red hair going in the wrong directions. She floats around in her own world, comfortable there alone, only to be jarred back into the real one when her obliviousness gets her in trouble again. After a lifetime of being evaluated critically--first by her own father, and then by everyone around her--and found wanting, she's trying to change... for her own good. She's reaffirmed her commitment to Christ and vowed not to do any of the stupid, possibly illegal, things she'd done for years on the pitiful excuse of surviving. After nearly being fired from the only job she could get to keep her from starving and living on the streets, she's going to school once more and trying to do better for her über-patient boss. And she's allowed her best friends to talk her into getting contacts, some new clothes, and a more flattering hairstyle. They tell her she looks beautiful, but she feels more like a dodo bird than ever before--until she literally runs into the only man she's ever gone loopy over. 

    Curt Bertoletti has spent years trying to forget the seriously messed-up Zoe and her embarrassing ways. The only person who'd ever approved of the ditzy klutz was his mother, and his mother has become relentless in her cause to get him married and settled down. Surely that's what conjured the appearance of Zoe...Zoe, who looks so little like the girl he remembers. Even as he vows that he won't stray again--out of weakness or whatever it was that had him stone-gone over her before--he can't help remembering how well he and Zoe fit together. They'd truly been two abnormal peas in an even stranger pod. But no other woman had ever gotten that misty look in her eyes when she looked at him, or kissed him like she'd forgotten anyone or anything else existed. No other woman made him so happy, so mad, so sad, and so content. Though he's walking stronger in the Lord than he ever has before and he finally knows what he wants in life, he's convinced Zoe Rossdale is not it--matchmaking mother or no matchmaking mother. So why can't he forget her and be done with it? 

    For better or worse, Zoe will always be Zoe--the clumsy girl with her dress tucked into her pantyhose, toilet paper stuck to her shoe and trailing in her wake, the girl whose idea of falling in love is to stand at the edge of the precipice, throw out her arms and confidently jump into a free-fall. If Zoe will always be Zoe, the only question left is, can they both live with that fact? Forever? 

    Zoe Rossdale was a secondary character in GLASS ANGELS, Book 4 of the Family Heirlooms Series. 


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    Score: 4.67 (votes: 3)
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    When the heart is destroyed, the mind is capable of unspeakable things in the name of love...


    Stevie loves his little sister Lily and will always protect her. As children, he was the one who looked after her. If anyone threatened her, she could always depend on him. Protecting her from Roy was the most difficult of all. He had too much power over both of them...

    Stevie wonders why his sister isn't turning to him for help now. Where is she? Who's stopping her from contacting him? 

    Determined to find her, Stevie won't be distracted from his single-minded purpose. He and Lily have to be together for always. As for the other bodies? When Stevie is crossed, people don't live long... 


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    In this collection of fantasy short stories all featuring female protagonists, you'll find diverse, imaginative tales, including: 


    A sorceress unravels a spell and gets a result she could never have expected...


    A young girl wins a contest--her prize: to speak with a god...


    A vampire in hiding fears she'll be blamed for the reckless depredations of another of her kind...


    A minstrel travels with a witch who has a pair of very unusual cart horses...


    As a bonus, this anthology includes "The Sow's Ear", originally published in Marion Zimmer Bradley's acclaimed Sword and Sorceress series.


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    Kara, a bunny rabbit, hates school, not because she doesn't have friends but because her "learning disability" makes her feel stupid. It takes one special friend to show Kara that, despite dyslexia, she has gifts that make her just as special as her classmates.


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    The Making Good Choices Series is an interactive set of stories and illustrations designed to help parents and kids understand each other and to work together toward making good decisions.


    For Parents: The Making Good Choices Series is designed specifically for preschoolers up to elementary school-aged children. Kids this age are facing some of the first hard choices they'll make. Sometimes it's not easy for them to understand what parents want and why they want it. In the stories that follow, the kids will make choices on their own, either good or not so good, and learn about important concepts that will set the groundwork for the rest of their lives. The language throughout is in a simple-to-grasp tone. The stories are interactive in two ways:


    1) The stories are designed to allow you and your child to interact together. Reading the stories, you'll think of many similar incidents you and your child have faced. Share those situations and try to get your child to decide whether they made good choices and how to do so in the future.


    2) Within each story, you'll see highlighted words and graphics. In the electronic version of this story, these words are "hot linked". By clicking on these, you can jump to another place for further exploring and fun.


    For Kids: Being a kid is hard, isn't it? So many things to do and see, and Mom and Dad always saying "No" when you want a "Yes." Sometimes it's not easy to understand your parents. But when you make good choices, you'll start to understand them a little more each time. That's what the Making Good Choices Series is all about. The stories in this book will help you make sense of why your parents say "No", why they say "Yes" and how you can hear more "Yes" from them more often.


    Following each story, kids, you'll get a chance to decide if the character in the story made good choices. In the electronic version, click on either "Yes" or "No" and find out if you made the best choice.


    You'll also find special, fun things tucked into the stories:


    Plant a seed:

    Kids, when you see this picture in the electronic book, click on it and we'll plant a special seed of understanding.


    Gold star:

    Kids, when you see Reb's Gold Star, click on it in the electronic book and we'll do something extra fun!


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    Do you want your child to learn the concept of opposites? Teeny Tiny Mouse makes opposites easy to understand. 

    Are you looking for a story with a touch of suspense? Teeny Tiny Mouse is scooped up by an enormous giant... but never fear! The two are best buddies.

    Would you like your small one to develop an ear for poetry? Teeny Tiny Mouse's poems have a simple yet infectious rhythm.

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    Wilma is waiting for something. But she's keeping it a secret.

    The other jungle animals want to know what she is waiting for.

    "She's waiting for a parcel from the queen," says Fruity.

    "She's waiting for the moon to turn blue," says Poppi.


    Can the animals guess what Wilma's secret is? Or will they have to wait too?


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