Boxed Set - Books 1, 2 & 3 The first three books of the Know Where You Are children's book series are available as a colorful "gift ready" boxed set in a durable sleeve perfect for collecting and storage. The Know Where You Are initiative is for "kids" from age 0 to 110, and beyond. It introduces factual concepts that demonstrate the value and prowess of the Human Brain. It's the ABC's for the 21st century.
Books 4, 5, and 6 in the Know Where You Are children's book series - "Id & Ego", "Energy & Entropy", and "Fear & Loss", are available as a colorful "gift ready" boxed set in a durable sleeve perfect for collecting and storage. The Know Where You Are Initiative is for "Kids" from age 0 to 110 and beyond. It introduces factual concepts that demonstrate the value and prowess of the Human Brain. It's the ABC's for the 21st century.
The book is a compilation of articles on various topics such as relationships, spirituality, travel, and women empowerment. Now, more than ever, we as women need to rise above our pain and use it to fuel growth and positivity. In my book, Words From The Soul, I discuss taking life’s adversities and using them as an opportunity to turn pain into power. I share tools to help with personal development, how to be true to your authentic self, and how to have the universe work for you!
After Santa’s bag of toys breaks when trying to get down the chimney at Timmy’s house, a whole new bag of fun opens up for Rex and Timmy, giving them both a once-in-a-lifetime adventure and an opportunity to learn about the true meaning of Christmas.
This book is as much a memoir of my first ten years in the United States as it is an immigrant boy's adventures. Join me on my journey from being a 15-year-old FOB in Hawaii, to academic enlightenments on the Mainland, to my backpacking exploits in Europe. Take a front row seat on my tour bus as I take you on my domestic and international tours. Discover how, I, The Unlikely Yank, utilize my earlier experiences to secure safe passage out of China during political chaos.
How do we raise our daughters to be happy and successful in an outdated princess culture of impossible beauty standards, bullying and disconnect? With honesty, humor, and a flair for storytelling, Susan Kay Wyatt lays the foundation for a mindset that fosters happiness and deep connection. A former Miss America contestant, she breaks down the four areas of competition, reveals their importance outside of the pageant and why they are necessary to lead an inspired and empowered life.
This book is a simple, colorful and easy to use roadmap intended to inspire healthier lifestyle living for mature individuals. Each section offers personal notes on the “why” behind ideas and suggestions that are cost-effective and practical. Additional sections include, food planning, recipes and suggested reading to enhance your own lifestyle choices.
The Cloud that Fell from the Sky is a photographic art book that uses imagery, taken by Francis George, to interpret poetry written by Judy Choi and Phoenix Brown.
In 2015, Judy Choi, a Harvard and University of Colorado Boulder alum, discovered the poems of her 15-year old niece, Phoenix Brown. Moved by the sophistication, eloquence, and poignancy of Phoenix's writing, they both set forth to write a book in hopes of sharing their message.
Phoenix's poems document the travesty of a child watching both her parents succumb to drug addiction, while Judy's writing portrays the anticipation, hope, and disappointment of love. The 152-page, 9-3/4"x 12" book features 85 original images and 55 poems and is hand bound using traditional Asian stitch binding. Since each book is hand bound, there will be aspects unique to each book.
For many of us, a treasure of hidden material is stored within our memories, waiting for a way to come to the surface. Each exercise in The Path to Creativity can give writers a focused way to access the unique memories, ideas, and experiences that give our lives meaning. In this profound journey into the heart of your own imagination, you will discover a wealth of material you can transform into art. By writing, you will better understand the creative vision you are destined to share with the world. It is a journey filled with beauty and emotional power. There is no more important gift you can give your life, than exploring the path to your own creativity.
Kate and Sam, two people previously disappointed in love, meet in Monterey, California on a whale watch expedition. Universes collide and they find their once-in-a-lifetime love only to have its strength tested by a shocking secret one of them is keeping.
This book, Its Not Your Fault, is to help adults and children that have been Molested or sexually abused to talk about it and or get help weather its counseling or just to get to safety. This book is also a Molestation /Sexual abuse Prevention booklet as well as a conversation starter about Sexual abuse. This book also introduces COCO GIRL a Super Hero that helps abused children get to safety and she helps adults face the hurtful reality about Molestation and this book is a Great read and can HELP anyone that needs it.
Patriots is Benjamin Tallmadge's war story, told through his eyes. A determined officer who would not give up on the cause for American independence. A man besieged by betrayal and heart-breaking loss. A spymaster whose ingenuity for doing the impossible earned him Washington's trust. But this is not only Tallmadge's story to tell. His story is shared with his fellow brothers-in-arms, the 2nd Continental Light Dragoons. Conceived to be mounted infantry in lightning quick attacks, they embodied what it meant to be a dragoon in the American Revolution; fearlessly charging the enemy both mounted, dismounted, and even afloat. This is their story.
Yes, we woke up on January 20, 2017 to a new reality or a new false reality. We had a new administration, a new sheriff in town and a new need for mental health assistance for lots of Americans. Some turned to the usual forms of getting through challenging times: heavy drugs, guzzling wine, bleating on one's Facebook page, prayer, shopping, yoga, meditation, grand theft auto, binging on videos, eating gallons of ice cream or pursuing all of these activities at once. Since these usually helpful remedies now no longer seem to work, the two authors (formerly incarcerated at a black site) thought they should be of further assistance.
This book provides a range of anecdotes, crazy apps, surveys and other humorous takes on the current political era. It's the perfect antidote for all the bad news, faux news and expos's that Americans face as they wonder, "Will democracy survive another week?"
In a powerful, inspiring conversation with the reader, the author provides very timely and pointed revelations about the necessity and power of praying to God about everything. The dimensions and effectiveness of a prayerful life are unfolded bit by bit, as she gently guides those who have not indulged in prayer, as well as encourages those who might be getting weary. For your spiritual growth, personal and professional development there are 52 prayers, relevant Bible verses and richly inspirational notes, touching life-changing topics, literally from A-Z, and intended to connect the reader with the God of Glory, during times of pain as well as of celebration.
Have you ever wondered about empathy, what it is and why it matters? What makes us human and capable of incredible caring, total savagery, or worse, complete indifference toward each other? Are you looking for ways to better understand yourself, the people around you and across the world? The Question of Empathy entreats you to explore this hard-wired capacity, not through rose colored glasses, but with an honest look at human nature. Philosophy and psychology, neuroscience and art lead the way along a journey of discovery into what makes us who we are and how we connect to others. It isn't always easy, but then neither is real life. The Question of Empathy offers a roadmap.
39 Stories of Lonely Men Oozing out like Pitch from the Main Vein of Forgotten Los Angeles. The debut album of short fiction from Los Angeles writer Dan Johnson.
Aviation pioneers Amelia Earhart and Fred Noonan famously disappeared over the Pacific on July 2nd, 1937. Their fate is widely regarded as one of the 20th century's greatest unresolved mysteries. In Amelia Earhart UNRESCUED, author and archaeologist Tom King weaves a story around the history, archaeology, and environment of the remote atoll known as Nikumaroro to visualize what Amelia and Fred may have experienced, offering a solution to the mystery.
A story about taking initiative. It comes down to doing your part with a big heart. Oxy the Octopus struggles with adjusting to his new surroundings after he and his family have to move to a different part of the seas. Things don't look good, but then Oxy meets Sam the Starfish who becomes his new best friend.
Imagine living in a land of gardens, in a place called Whispering Gardens. One day you discover that the myths and legends your grandfather told you are true. Fairies are real. Nature is ruled by magic. And we all possess magical powers that we may discover - if we just learn how to listen to “the Whispers.”
What Miracles Are You Ready To Master? Follow along on your journey of mastering miracles throughout the book. When you realize everything you want is on the other side of your fear, Hazel has got your back. She gives you the exact steps to take to walk to the other side of fear and Master the Miracles in your life too! After working 17 years as a workers' compensation legal secretary, Hazel experienced a workplace injury. Her doctors told her she could no longer do the same job. After the initial shock and fear, she chose (with a big push from an angel in her life) to continue her education in the field of psychology Today she owns nearly a dozen businesses, including a hot nightclub in Whittier, California, and the designer sensation, Savvy Socks. All of these endeavors are multi-million dollar businesses.
Helder’s Story: A Death with Dignity is the loving account of a man's extraordinary battle against cancer and, more importantly, his joy for life. Helder was one of 111 documented people in California who took aid-in-dying medication the first year the End of Life Option bill passed in 2016. Stricken by both addiction and cancer, Helder used the lessons he learned in fighting the first, to keep the second at bay for an extraordinary number of active, happy and inspirational years. In this direct chronicle of her husband's life, Carol Pereira pulls back the curtain, revealing the effort required to choose happiness and the difficult choice to take the aid-in-dying medication.
An LA Parent Magazine Editor’s Pick
A story about a little girl, who through her love for photography, discovers herself to be a hero.
There's a hero in all of us.
Welcome to the exciting world of Dasha Flash®, where anything can happen! Today Dasha is having fun at the park with her two best friends. She's taking pictures of everyone and everything. Click. Click. Click. Oh no! There's something wrong. Will this adventurous girl save the day? Find out in this compassionate and endearing story about friends, family, community and discovering the hero within us all.
"This book is changing the narrative of the superhero into one that's more accessible for kids and the people in their everyday lives." - LA Parent Magazine
Hanna Krusher, a sixteen year old girl, starts to have tremors throughout her body. The family physician and Optometrist Dr. Myron Quiggley notice abnormalities in Hanna's MRI scan and seek the expert advice of Neurologist and ESP expert Dr. Cloe Steinbek. Upon inspecting Hanna's scans, Dr. Steinbek becomes suspicious of high level telepathy and requests further testing and a meeting with her. Eventually the truth is revealed; several alien races have been intertwined and living among humans for thousands of years. It is also revealed that many lives on the Planet Earth are in immediate danger and Hanna Krusher is the only person equipped to save the human race.
On the brink of teendom, a young girl's life can be fun, exciting and nerve-wracking all at the same time! Just ask Grace Archer. When the kindhearted eleven-year-old faces the first day of school after battling an appearance-altering, uncommon form of cancer, her struggle for confidence and happiness is put to the test. As Grace stumbles and battles sixth-grade bullies, she is supported by loving parents, a younger brother, Eric, a sweet, new pal, Ginger, imaginary fly-friend, Angie -- and a little bit of faith.
Think the #MeToo, #HeToo problem new? Think again. Cross “The Help” with “Ordinary People” on steroids and you get this ominous family tale from the ‘60s. Its claws sink in slowly, but they lacerate the wounds America suffers today. Mixing sweat-inducing scenes with laugh-out-loud passages, Brooks Tigner’s Pick-up Sticks compels the reader towards its fatal but poignant conclusions about race, class and abuse. A first retroactive "WeToo" novel.