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  • Golfing with Whales: With Reid Kookas and Friends

    Golfing with Whales: With Reid Kookas and Friends

    Reid Kookas is back with another golfing adventure! This ti me, he is golfing under the ocean in Hawaii! He meets some new ocean friends, including a mermaid, a starfish, a dolphin, and an octopus, and they all play golf together! It is whale watching season, so this story includes a lesson about whales. The four new friends have fun playing golf, and they learn the secret to making golf fun!

    About the author

    Bobbie Suzanne Fitz was born in Jackson, Mississippi, and travels the world with her husband, John. Part of their travel is spent playing golf, and she loves sharing the experience by writing about her son, Reid and his many golfing adventures. She began writing a series of delightful, children’s golf stories, and this is her second book. Reid “Kookas” loves to play golf, and his game always involves meeting new friends while on the course. Each game consists of game lingo as well as golf rules and new learning experiences.

    An avid golfer, Bobbie Suzanne and John have five children, three dogs, and three cats. She lives in Farmington, Missouri, and spends her ti me in real estate investment, playing golf, running half marathons, hiking, reading, visiting family and friends, book writing, and working out with her personal trainer, Zac Barron, at The Fitness Edge in St. Louis.

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  • Grandma Waves with her Heart

    Grandma Waves with her Heart

    If you want to see God and feel His presence, you can find it in abundance in a child. Our Bible teaches us that “children are a gift from God and that children’s children are a crown to the aged and the parents are a pride to their children. “I have been so very blessed by God to be the recipient of an awesome, incredible family that only God could create.
    Believe me, I have enjoyed every second of my children’s, my grandchildren’s, and my great grandchildren’s lives. Being a major part of their lives had brought me closer to Our Father God than anything else. My lap has been the place of many stories and life’s lessons, prayers, and the healings. It’s the little things in their lives that linger in my memory longer and bring me much joy!

    About the author:

    AUSTINE ROYER SMITH is a mother, grandmother, great grandmother, homemaker, and member of the First Baptist Church of Garden City, Georgia, and serves her Lord by fulfilling speaking engagements in churches, civic organizations, and broadcast programs. She has a three-year diploma from Rhema Bible Training Correspondence Center of Tulsa Oklahoma.
    The author is founder of Ruth 2:7/Founding House Ministries, established upon a vision given to her by God during her mission trips to Haiti. The purpose of these ministries is to spread the Gospel of Jesus Christ and provide a shelter as well as secular and religious instruction for many of the homeless Haitian children found abandoned in the streets and jungles of that impoverished nation. All proceeds from this book will go to the Ruth 2:7/Founding House Ministry.
    For further information on these ministries, for speaking engagements, or for ordering additional copies of this book and of Mrs. Smith’s other titles. Haiti Is Waiting, If That Isn’t Love, The Edge of The Field, Present Bouquets and Boci’s New Shoes.

    Contact information:
    Founding House Ministries
    P.O. Box 18114
    Garden City, GA 31408
    Phone: 912-826-3500
    Email: austinersmith@aol.com

  • Ruth M. Amutice - Hagatha and the Miracle

    Hagatha and the Miracle

    A city witch decides to visit a country school. Using her shape-shifting skills she manages to join a third-grade classroom without being detected. There she experiences the effect of a school bully in the class.

    Hagatha is upset until she witnesses the miracle generated by a good deed.

    About the author:

    As a teacher, Ruth Amutice has had the opportunity to study classroom dynamics for many years. She is convinced that all of a teacher’s preparation and skill is wasted unless every child feels accepted and fully noticed.

  • I Love Your Brown

    I Love Your Brown

    In this love letter from mothers to brown daughters everywhere, little girls are reminded to love the skin they’re in. Girls come in all different colors, shapes, and sizes. Some have long hair, some have short, and others have straight hair or curly. Still, despite the differences, there is something all little brown girls have in common…
    They have the power to be anything! There are those who will say “you can’t,” but that’s just not true. Little brown girls are tough and strong and bright. Each girl was put here for a reason with a God-given purpose and plan. The way girls look and the way they act is no accident; God gave everyone a certain appearance, as well as certain skills.
    The beauty of little brown girls is passed down from their mothers, their grandmothers, and beyond.
    It’s true, things sometimes get tough, but girls know to keep going and fight tough with toughness. Little girls shouldn’t be afraid to be true to the gifts their Father has given them. Be empowered and proud to celebrate the strength of brown girls.

    About the author:

    Daneya L. Jacobs founded Just BE Media to educate girls about harmful media influences and provide them with tools to create new, uplifting messages of their own. Daneya lives with her husband and daughter in Middletown, Delaware.
    Atiya Chase holds a Master’s in education from Wilmington University and published her first book in 2015. Atiya lives with her husband, daughter and son in Townsend, Delaware.

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  • If Kids Could Run The World

    If Kids Could Run The World

    This book is based on the idealistic perspective of children, and all the changes children would make if they ran the world.

    About the author:

    Carrie is an author, licensed professional counselor, entrepreneur, and motivational speaker. She lives in Fort Worth, Texas, with her husband and two dogs. She enjoys spending time with family.

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  • It’s Time to Pray: A Child’s Guide to Prayer

    It’s Time to Pray: A Child’s Guide to Prayer

    This is a new and updated edition of a popular and well received guide to prayer for children. The book is an easy reading, whimsical, and lyrical book for elementary age children. The first half consists of rhyming verses describing what prayer is and how to pray. The second half consists of prayers that can be taught to children. Table prayers, bedtime prayers and general prayers are included. The book is intended for children, but also serves as an aid to parents, grandparents and others who wish to introduce children to the concept of Christian prayer. The book could be used as a First Communion gift or in religious education courses.

    Author Bio

    After teaching Sunday school and language arts to middle schoolers, Georgia Holmes went on to study law, business and theology. She is an emeritus professor who taught courses in the legal and ethical environment of business to master’s level students in the Masters of Business Administration and Masters in Accounting programs at Minnesota State University, Mankato. She has been active in campus ministry.

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    Kurt, Gert, Jazmine, and Bagel

    A child can choose to read from a selection of hundreds of children’s books but there is only one series for children who love dogs with exciting adventures! If your child finds reading difficult because of their dyslexia or because they are English Language Learners, each book introduces different word families discussed in classrooms with segmented-blended, color coded, pronunciations. The second book improves upon the first with a dictionary at the bottom page for the word being introduced and the pronunciation next to the word instead of underneath it. Both introduce differences in common speech sounds.

    Enjoy, they were written for you and your child!

  • Kurt, Gert, Jazmine, and Bagel: A Halloween Nightmare

    Kurt, Gert, Jazmine, and Bagel: A Halloween Nightmare

    Beware of Mrs. Tricky’s hypnotic spell, avoid Mr. Morton’s Halloween Costume Store, and whatever you do don’t enter Mrs. Tricky’s Candy Shop! Ask Mr. Jack Patch for a ride to the train, but decide to stay for the tricks and treats!

    Join Kurt, Gert, Jazmine, and Bagel as they explore the hypnotic eye on their Halloween nightmare adventure in Phoenix!

    About the author

    Irene Dolnick has four beagles, whose love is the inspiration behind her creativity and who have taught her that dogs are as adventurous as people. Irene lives in El Paso, Texas, a warm climate that allows her to share in the dogs’ craziest schemes.

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    Kurt, Gert, Jazmine, and Bagel: In Their Train Station Adventure

    A child can choose to read from a selection of hundreds of children’s books but there is only one series for children who love dogs with exciting adventures! If your child finds reading difficult because of their dyslexia or because they are English Language Learners, each book introduces different word families discussed in classrooms with segmented-blended, color coded, pronunciations. The second book improves upon the first with a dictionary at the bottom page for the word being introduced and the pronunciation next to the word instead of underneath it. Both introduce differences in common speech sounds.

    Enjoy, they were written for you and your child!

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    LOOKING FOR THE STAR

    Looking For The Star, is a sentimental narrative that takes the reader on a journey through an elementary school classroom. Elements learning centers are focused on throughout the text; such as, a classroom garden, painting center and activity playhouse. The information in the story, supports key common core standards. As the story comes to close, the reader will answer the question, where is the star?

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