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Juvenile Non-fiction

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  • 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.

  • in-search-of-the-holy-dog-food-front

    In Search Of The Holy Dog Food: An inspirational story about two dogs in Napa Valley that are the best of friends!

    Thank you for your purchase of The Holy Dog Food! My name is Mark Battuello. I have been following these two dogs for over a year. Cabby is our family’s farm dog who loves to run free in the vineyards on our farm. He met our neighbor’s dog Cooper and the two became great friends. Our neighbors have become great friends with us as well. I enjoyed writing the story and building the character of the dogs. I studied photography under professional photographers while also studying it during my college years. My hope is that this story has been inspirational for you which encourages the value of a great family pet. Part of the purpose of my photos for this story is to get you to really see the relationship we can have with these animals and what we may learn from them to greatly enhance our daily lives and theirs.

  • The Legend of Rami the Wolf

    The Legend of Rami the Wolf

    The Legend of Rami the Wolf is a true story about a captive born gray wolf that devoted her life as an Ambassador wolf to teaching people the value of wolves and of returning them to the wilderness to restore a healthy ecosystem. The story is told from Rami’s perspective; her thoughts and dreams.

    The story can be enjoyed by preschool children and read by young readers. It can open a discussion not only about wolves, but about the preservation of all wildlife, conservation of the habitat necessary for wildlife survival, and responsible stewardship of the natural resources of our planet.