• ¿Mamá, Porqué Papá Dice Que Yo Soy El Héroe?

    About the Book
    Con sus humildes crayones, Silvia crea un libro de cuentos ilustrado que sigue las preguntas de un niño sobre su mundo cambiante en tiempos de la pandemia de COVID-19. Lo que hace que esta historia sea diferente y tierna es que cuando el niño pregunta a sus padres sobre los idas y venidas de la pandemia en la gran ciudad donde vive; descubre que su papá, un repartidor de supermercado inmigrante, es un superhéroe de la pandemia… Pero su papá tiene una idea diferente sobre quién es el verdadero superhéroe de estos tiempos.

    About the Author
    Originaria de Buenos Aires, Argentina, el trabajo de Silvia como educadora, psicoterapeuta de padres y de niños y trabajadora social clínica se ha centrado en un profundo amor y respeto por el mundo interno del niño. En el año 2010, Silvia descubrió, a través de la experiencia transformadora del Postgrado en Salud Mental del Infante, del Niño Pequeño y sus Padres en la Universidad de Massachusetts, Estados Unidos, dirigida por el Dr. Ed Tronick, que la creación de “cuentos”, o historias ilustradas breves para niños, podría dar una voz poderosa a las madres inmigrantes latinoamericanas con las que ha trabajado durante los últimos veinticinco años. Silvia publicó su primer cuento, “¡Mamá Cuéntame Cómo Viniste!” en el 2013. Este cuento ilustrado crea un diálogo que ayuda a estas madres a recordar, apreciar y compartir sus historias de inmigrante con sus niños. Silvia expandió esta historia en su segundo cuento, “¡Mamá, cuéntame porqué viniste!”. Los cuentos ilustrados de Silvia han sido bien recibidos en foros internacionales, mas recientemente en la Feria Internacional del Libro de Guadalajara en el 2018, donde fue oradora invitada, el Frankfurter Buchmesse en el 2018, y la Conferencia Internacional Académica de Migración en el 2019 en Bari, Italia. Silvia ha escrito e ilustrado muchos cuentos, inspirada por el valor, el amor y la esperanza de las familias inmigrantes con las que trabaja. Algunos de ellos serán
    publicados, otros serán utilizados sólo en la intimidad de su trabajo psicoterapéutico y otros quedarán en su corazón. Cada vez que Silvia crea un cuento, espera honrar a su abuelo “Bigotes”, el narrador
    mágico de su infancia.
    Silvia recibió el Premio Jane C. Bourns, 2014, de la Asociación de Salud Mental Infantil de Connecticut, Estados Unidos, por Excelencia y Servicio Ejemplar para Niños Pequeños y sus Familias en el Campo de
    la Salud Mental del Infante y de la Primera Infancia.

  • A Bio of Myself: Volume 1 & 2 : One Might Call Courageous

    About the Book
    ““The Struggling (Leumas Sirrah) a Wa stonian from Los Angeles (Wa s) manage with the help of screenwriter Mr. Schulberg becomes a professional writer of poetry (a success story).”

    Aim to become an actor, added was poetic verse and often compared to William Blake.

    “I must create a system or be enslaved by one. I mustn’t reason and compare; my job is to create words of enthusiasm.””

  • Flowers, Butterflies and Bees Revised Edition

    About the Book
    An interesting and unique take on Nature as a whole, with some great imagery.
    It describes the life cycle of flowers, as well as that of butterflies. It appeals to toddlers and beginning readers, while it’s charming enough to also appeal to adults reading it to younger children.

  • CLIPPED WINGS: The History of My Family’s Emigration from East Germany

    About the Book
    My name is Corinna Montgomery, born 1962 in East Germany, City of Jena. I started school 1968 and finished in 1978. I started a vocational school as Dressmaker. I couldn't finish this school because I got arrested. The reason for this was, my parents and I planned to escape in West Germany. We all got arrested in July 1979. 1981 I came to West Germany with my parents. 1999 I came to America, by then I had two son's. One lives today in Germany, the other one in America. My book tells the powerful story about my life. I'm grateful to be alive to share my story and hope it opens your eyes. Because we living in a desperate time and freedom is not free. I'm thankful for what I have today, but my fight is not over yet.

  • Mommy, Why Am I Superhero Too?

    About the Book
    “With her humble crayons, Silvia creates an illustrated storybook that follows a child’s wondering about his changing world in times of the COVID-19 pandemic. What makes this story different, and enduring is that as the child explores the big city where he lives through his window; he discovers that his dad, an immigrant supermarket delivery man, is a superhero of the pandemic but his dad has a different idea about who the real superhero of these times is!”

    About the Author
    “Originally from Buenos Aires, Argentina, Silvia’s work as an educator, child parent psychotherapist, and clinical social worker has been centered on a deep love and respect for the internal world of the child. In 2010, Silvia discovered, through the deeply transformative experience at the Infant Parent Mental Health Fellowship at the University of Massachusetts, led by Dr. Ed Tronick that creating cuentos, or short illustrated stories for children, could give a powerful voice to the Latino-American immigrant mothers with whom she has worked for the last twenty-five years.

    She published her first cuento, “”Mommy, tell me, how you got here?” (bilingual edition) in 2013. This book creates a dialogue that helps these mothers remember, share and embrace their untold stories with their children. Silvia expanded this story in her second cuento, “Mommy, tell me, why did you come here?” (bilingual edition). Silvia’s books have been well received internationally, most recently at the 2018 Guadalajara International Book Fair, where she was guest speaker, the 2018 Frankfurter Buchmesse, and the 2019 International Academic Migration Conference in Bari, Italy.

    Silvia has written and illustrated many “cuentos,” inspired by the courage, love and hope of the immigrant families she works with. Some of them will be published; some of them will be used only in the intimacy of her psychotherapeutic work and some of them will remain in her heart. Every time Silvia creates a “cuento,” she hopes to honor her Abuelo “Bigotes,” the magical storyteller of her childhood.

    Silvia was the Connecticut Infant Mental Health Association 2014 Jane C. Bourns Award recipient for Excellence and Exemplary Service to Young Children and their Families in the Field of Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health.”

  • Let’s Go Fishing: Evangelism – Go Into All the World!

    About the Book
    Dr. Carol is the founder of I.N.R.E.A.C.H. Ministries, which combine training and instructions for church leadership as they provide education to church workers to grow, develop, and “close the door” to addition that are the results from the work of evangelism. I.N.R.E.A.C.H. is the acronym for (Intercessory Prayer; New Beginning classes for new members, which include living life victoriously; Evangelism Outreach, one on one way or corporate; Administration, Adjutancy, Altar training, serving as an Armor Bearer in the local church; Church Protocol; Harvest Outreach or Worldwide Outreach.

    The I.N.R.E.A.C.H. MINISTRIES is pursuing its first “LET'S GO FISHING CRUSADE 2022″in Costa Rica during that summer. Evangelist Carol is determined to fulfill “The Call” written in St. Luke 14:23 “Go out unto the highways and hedges, and compel them to come in, that my house may be filled.”

    About the Author
    Dr. Carol J. Pryor was born in Jackson, Michigan by the Late Deacon Willis Pryor, Sr. and Mother Flora B., as they served God wholeheartedly as examples for each of the eight out of nine born to strive to achieve all. Her grandfather established one of the first Church of God in Christ in southern Illinois during 1917. The church was later renamed the Pryor Memorial Church of God in Christ, in Villa Ridge, Illinois; fondly named Pryor Town, since all occupants are related to the Pryor family. Dr. Carol received degrees in education from Jackson Community College and Eastern University, which certified her as an elementary teacher, teaching children from kindergarten through nineth grades in Flint, Michigan. After retirement from Flint Community School District in 2007, she retired and relocated to Houston, Texas. She challenged herself to pursue higher education, by achieving her Master and a Doctorate Degrees from the North Carolina College of Theology in Wilmington, North Carolina in 2011. During that same year, she received certification as a Christian Counselor from the International Christian Institute in Houston, Texas.

  • LAW of WAR of LAND for the REPUBLIC of VIETNAM

    About the Book

    Law of War of Land of Bright Quang, he struggles for justice as a prisoner of war. Just because the unjust laws are to be the self-evident-truths of the constitutional rights, the use of the greatest power deprives the rights to life of the innocent humankind without having regrets. Significantly, the insensitivity of the powerful nations does not only rob other sacred foreign nations but also lack of ethical consciences has trampled down the weakest people in order to satisfy their aggressions. Despite this, these powerful nations have not respectfully expressed religions, but they’ve used figures of religion’s powerful expression of their sublime’s powers.
    His struggle takes wisdom to conquer the delusive laws whilst a modern civilization expresses a play on trick in the laws. Obviously, all of the laws of a great power America have been enacted for the Vietnam War which is why a great power has not enforced any laws. When great power America did not only abuse the laws in order to bully a weak nation but also trampled down the sovereignty and self-determination of a small country as the Republic of Vietnam. In this event, the laws are expressed belligerent by inhumanity without having been enforced for justice-cause. So the respectfulness of the laws is lost by the chicanery.
    The super values of the law are clarified by the justice-cause if law has not been enforced thoroughly, we would call the delusive laws of the greatest power. Therefore, we the people should fight for justice as a nation because law is logic symbolized by the rule of law without having dictatorship. Furthermore, the law is expressed by the honor, dignity, and constitution of the people’s race and the nation- as a result, law is law. Finally, when a great power has enacted unjust law to become the constitutional rights, the Great Power America can not represent for modern civilized and progressive society. Of course, a great power and modern civilization does not only esteem law but also loves human beings in all without having to be discriminated against for human rights and deprived of the rights to life of mankind.

    About the Author

    Bright Quang Author has been composed for the eighteen books, whilst he’s poet, sculptor and painter’s specialist. He struggles for justice as a prisoner of war of proxy war America in the Republic of Vietnam without having compensated for prisoner of war when the US Congress enacted H.R. 7885 Pub-L 88-205 Approved December 16, 1963 in order to occupy his country. While he came to US on November 23, 1993, graduated a Bachelor Degree in Art, and earned Nonprofit Management in CSU Hayward, East Bay. As a result, the rest of his life fights for justice because perform justice that’s peaceful as demagogy’s anti-justice of the unjust law is become the constitution rights.

  • Ramblings & Other Thoughts: A Collection of Modern Poetry

    About the Author
    Rambling and Other Thoughts: A Collection of Modern Poetry is a set of work regarding the daily grind where thoughts are entangled and enmeshed with other people thoughts, song lyrics, movie quotes, and such and a person’s thoughts are not their own. Confusion daily? Confusion constant. Living out loudly one’s life while combatting not being a duplicate of everyone else.

    About the Author
    Michael Mohan Joshua is an eccentric/eclectic author/artist in search of same things as everyone else in the world— Freedom!

  • U.S.A. is still the World’s No. 1

    About the Book

    America’s strength as the superpower extraordinaire came from conquering the impossible things, especially those things that, throughout man’s history, have been thought of as absolutely impossible, and perhaps pertaining only to the realms of fantasy. Soaring through the sky effortlessly, invention of the ultimate weapon, and unlocking of nature and life’s Enigma Code are three such monumental milestones of mankind’s biggest successes. These are all the results of American painstaking efforts, admirable ingenuity, and undaunting quests for the unchartered waters. Before these famous successes, there were in fact uncountable epic failures.

    About the Author

    Elvis Newman is a highly sought-after motivational and futurist writer. He has written thought-provoking books for those of us who have chosen to be on our life path, who have cared about the latest trends in technology, society, and the world. He is known for his lively and conversational way of presenting abstract concepts in the fields of science, business, and sociology to lay audiences. He hopes that this book will help you become the best version of yourself. Please list my website: www.ElvisNewman.com

  • Our Parents Sins Breaking the Cycle

    About the Book
    Every soul has an agreement with God to fulfil a certain purpose. But fulfilling this purpose will not be fully achieved until generational sins are broken. God has given us all the choice of free will but unfortunately, humanity has taken it for granted. The naivety of mankind not being aware of the power in choice, or how it affects souls especially within a family. The repercussions to some of our choices that are made can last for generations. Life‘s journey is not a singular one, each individual is part of a soul group that is plagued by emotional disappointments created from the choices made by not only themselves but that of our parents. The ego repetitiously uses the emotional pain we carry, until we successfully energetically fall to lower consciousness. Where we continue to make choices from a place of disconnectedness, discouraging us from fulfilling our destiny This memoir is about how I dared to take the journey within connecting to my inner child. With the guidance of Spirit, I was able to unravel my parent’s stories revealing threads that lead back to me. Uncovering family secrets forced a healing deep within me, by consciously breaking a repetitive cycle of Our Parents Sins.

    About the Author
    Traveling to over thirty countries, living in six, Bernard Fisher a native New Yorker, a former international model, currently an actor. Embarked on a journey around the world, unaware that it would lead him on a journey with in, healed by becoming aware of self, freeing him of generational sins.