Library

Special Occasion Memories - Book Cover

Special Occasion Memories: A Written Legacy

A fantastic gift idea to record special memories. In the hardbound book, you can fill in details for ten separate events … perhaps a reunion, housewarming, graduation, religious ceremony, recital, showers, holidays … you name it. There’s even space for…

Read More
Locked Out In The Snow

Locked Out in the Snow

For anyone who remembers cold, snowy winters, and especially for children who may have never seen snow, or been on a farm, this is a heartwarming story about a little girl’s ingenuity and perseverance, in a time before cell phones.…

Read More
Josie & the Mystery Room By Florence Petheram

Josie & The Mystery Room

When Josie, a thirteen-year-old foster girl entered a new foster home and was shown her downstairs bedroom, she was told to never enter a nearby room.¬† That made her curious, and she promised herself to one day find out what…

Read More

Tall Tales of the Wild West: A Humorous Collection of Cowboy Poems and Songs

Read More

Making the Jump into Small Business Ownership

Making the Jump into Small Business Ownership will provide the information, encouragement, and insight you need to go from dream to reality. As successful businessmen who have helped thousands of individuals begin small businesses, authors Jeff Levy and David Nilssen…

Read More

My Tooth Fell in My Soup and other poems

My Tooth Fell in My Soup is a charming book written by Erik Korhel. It contains 21 lovely poems and 26 full color illustrations about childhood, first love, falling teeth, picking teams, breathing fire and much more! The poems in…

Read More

The Kid with the Red Juice Mustache and other nostalgic companions

Following the success of his first book of children’s poems, ‘My Tooth Fell in my Soup’, Erik Korhel’s new book, ‘The Kid with the Red Juice Mustache’ adds a great deal more humor and fun!

Read More

They Say I Am Obnoxious

You know hilarity is about to ensue when a children’s picture book opens with, “They say I am obnoxious…” How much mischief can one kid cause? I guess you’ll just have to read to find out!

Read More

Leadership’s Perfect Storm: What Millennials Are Teaching Us about Possibilities, Passion and Purpose

Buffeted by currents of change, today‚Äôs leaders are finding traditional leadership approaches insufficient to compete and thrive.¬† The most successful are discovering that to stay ahead of the curve, every employee must have the leadership capabilities once only required of…

Read More

My Transition Portfolio: Keys to Unlocking Self-Determination for Young Adults with Disabilities

Centered around intuitive prompts that have been proven to break down even the most difficult of communication barrier, My Transition Portfolio is a comprehensive companion guide specifically developed to unlock self-determination in young adults with disabilities. A series of 14…

Read More

Love God Hate Church: Moving Past the “Dos and Don’ts”

“My name’s Mike Moore. I love God. I can’t stand religion. Of course I don’t literally hate the church, the Body of Christ, but like you I’m sick of seeing ‘church’ used in ways that hurt people and keep us…

Read More

Love God Make Money: Business And God Are Not Enemies

Our work is about MUCH more than making money. We’re talking about true riches! We’ve left God out of our businesses for so long that we’re beginning to believe that God and business are enemies, opposites, antonyms. But if God…

Read More

Love God Get Divorced: Living Life With No Conditions

Mike Moore conducts his business, spiritual life and relationships like there is a live wire of energy straight from God that he is taped into, and when you read this book you can feel that current. His deep and personal…

Read More

Into the Storm: Journeys with Alzheimer’s

Last year, an estimated 5.2 million Americans had Alzheimer’s disease. When Seattle journalist Collin Tong’s late wife, Linda, was stricken with younger-onset Alzheimer’s at 51, she joined the more than 200,000 Americans under 65 who develop the disease. In his…

Read More

Moving in the Right Direction: The Senior’s Guide to Moving and Downsizing

“Moving in the Right Direction” shares Bruce’s experience and expertise on the many issues involved when seniors consider moving from their long-time home. Now seniors all across the country — as well as the friends and family who care for…

Read More