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My Gypsy War Diary COMING SOON!

by Shawn D. Brink

Where is Milo's Bible, the intruders demanded.  They came under cover of darkness, their guns pointed at my elderly neighbor and only friend.  And with the break in, an old story came out--young love, betrayal, blackmail, a treasure stolen and stolen again, a tale of vengeance and a life lived in secret. 


I was just a kid in the 70s, unable to sit still in school, living in my imaginary world of TV and movies.  And now this betrayal from half a century ago threatened my life, as I found myself caught between hidden treasure and a band of gypsies who would stop at nothing to get it.

The Misadventures of a Cat Named Blossom

by Suzanne Wilson

A collection of stories about Blossom's adventures...or misadventures as the case may be.  JoinBlossom as she attempts to go to school, has a sleepover with a friend while the Hatchers are gone, and thinks she's caught the Hatcher's guest stealing!

Stevie the Bat

by Genny Zak Kieley

The heartwarming true story of a little girl who comes from a large family. They are poor and don’t have many material things; but they have something else: A lot of love, dreams, and imagination for taking the most beat up and worn object and making it into a treasured friend and everlasting toy. The girls at school make fun of Genny for carrying a baseball bat around, wearing hand me down clothes, and coming from the farm instead of town. She learns about values and what to look for in a friend as well as to value what is inside of you.

Maronite Saints: A Book of Activities and Inspiration for Children

by Joan Moses



This book brings to life many Maronite saints through biographies, songs, and prayers. Activity pages such as coloring stained-glass-looking windows, blindfolded identification of everyday scented items and manipulatives, dot-to-dots, labeling a monk’s attire, and writing original prayers add to the interest! Children will be challenged with additional family or classroom activities like Christian meditation, finding your own prayer corner, how to enter your heart room, and family heritage study.With twenty-seven years experience as religious education director, Joan felt called to write about the Maronite saints she has met and loved through her church. She hopes children everywhere take pleasure in learning about these great Christian heroes.

I am a Creature of the Sea

by Joan Moses



Students of all abilities will dive right into this adorable sea creature performance piece. Children love hands-on learning. If anyone can engage a youngster in academics, it is Joannie Quinn Moses. She is the artistic master of curriculum enhancements.


Get swept out to sea by this educational poetry collection, vibrantly illustrated by her granddaughter, Monica, who has Autism. You will start a tidal wave of learning in your classroom by adding Joannie’s Creative Curriculum Enhancements to your lesson plans!

There Was an Old Lady Who Met a Monster

by Joan Moses



Will the kindness of an old lady change the heart of the scary monster?  

There Was an Old Lady Who Met a Ghost

by Joan Moses



There Was An Old Lady Who Met A Ghost is a comical twist to the traditional spooky ghost stories.This colorfully illustrated poetic tale, will keep you on the edge of your seat. Will the kindness of an old lady change the heart of the scary ghost?   Read on...I dare you.

(Just kidding! It really is funny.) 

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