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Coming soon …

Buffalo Bill on the Edge of Technology by Roy Bird

Custer’s Mouse a children’s illustrated book by Marla Matkin

Decoding College: Stories, Strategies, and Struggles of First-Generation College Students by Kallie Clark

 

Recently released …

The Pirated EmeraldThe Pirated Emerald • Ardis reached out for the glowing jewel encased in its thick, crude mounting of gold. She gazed incredulously at the ring, unable to believe that she held in her hand the famous pirated Sea Star Emerald. When Ardis’ colleague, Red Michaels, is found crushed to death by a fallen beam in the wreck of the 1858 clipper ship, the Fortune, she flies to Galveston…  more

 

A Home in AmericaA Home in America • The Mueller family, descendants of the Germans who settled the Volga River area in Russia in the mid-1700s, turn to America to escape Russia’s enforced military service. Told through the eyes of twelve year old Eva, the story chronicles the hardships of their travels by land and sea to America and their resettlement on the Kansas plains…  more

 

Pendulum of the SunPendulum of the Sun • After colonizing the planet Iska for two decades, humanity struggles to survive. The planet has severe seasons, malicious beasts and natives with strange powers. As the humans’ expanded, the natives retreated into the wilderness. The humans separated into two factions, the free people of the Settlement, who lived in the elements of the hostile planet and the people of the Domes. The people of the Domes are prisoners, under a totalitarian ruler, bent on destroying the Settlement…  more

 

Murphie and the MeerkatMurphie and the Meerkat • Murphie always tries to be a good girl and not get into trouble but unfortunately, trouble always seems to find her!!  She didn’t see the harm in sneaking out a warm, fuzzy little baby meerkat from the zoo but she soon discovers just exactly why she shouldn’t have taken it….  more

 

Timber Rattlesnakes Live in TreesTimber Rattlesnakes Live in Trees • A collection of sixty brief stories published in The Prairie Press, a rural Paris, Illinois, newspaper. Depending on the depth of one’s sense of humor, these delightful narrations emit a combination of laughter, chuckles, grins, and smiles. The characters emerge from various professions in different settings, chiefly from the author’s home region, but also from scattered other states, and as far distant as Australia. They’re brought to life in schools, churches, sports events, workplaces, cars, ships, airplanes, homes, and on the farm …  more

 

Friends Surprise FriendsFriends Surprise Friends • Meet an unlikely mix, a family of friends. Puppy Fish is a different type of animal, half dog half fish, much like a doggie mermaid, with a huge heart full of compassion. A one-eyed patch wearing pony named Captain Danny. Even with his vision disability his desire to help others with his kindness abounds. A side walking Cranky Crabby Crab, with a mood disorder, is always wants to go play. Despite his crankiness and whining, his friends show patience and kindness …  more

 

Symbolism cover front thumbnailNOW IN SOFTCOVER! Symbolism of Petroglyphs and Pictographs • near Mountainair, New Mexico, the Gateway to Ancient Cities • by Susan A. Holland | With no written alphabet, records of the Southwest Native Americans were kept in the form of either petroglyphs or pictographs on rock surfaces. By examining their symbolism, we are able to gain significant insight of their existence, a deeper understanding of their spiritual and ceremonial beliefs, and a glimpse into their daily lives. …  more

 

Tools for Spiritual HealingTools for Spiritual Healing • by Anne Magdalene, LMSW | As your soul awakens, and remembers its’ purpose, you will begin to heal all that ails you. Spiritual healing is the gateway to healing your mind, body, and spirit. Tools for Spiritual Healing is a non-denominational, tutorial-style book for beginners offering guidance, and insight into the root causes of all illness, be it mental, emotional, physical, or spiritual, and a variety of self-help tools for the reader to use to reach optimal levels of spiritual healing… more

 

Ancient Universal Language of ManAncient Universal Language of Man: Deciphering Petroglyphs • by Chris Hegg | Get ready to witness and unlock the first messages left from the ancient civilizations who vanished without even being known to exist until now! These messages detail maps and sagas of a once worldly empire who traded in goods of unimaginable quantities from all over the American continent too far off lands… more

 

Snoozby and the Great Big Bedtime BattleSnoozby and the Great Big Bedtime Battle • by by Terry Cralle, RN, MS, CPHQ and W. David Brown, PhD, DABSM, CBSM | Sam “fights” bedtime to stay awake and play, Snoozby “defends” sleep and the bedtime battle ensues. While Sam may win the bedtime battle that night, he loses the war when his day at school is completely disrupted due to his lack of sleep… more

 

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Along Winding Trails • Joshua Ryder, convinced he carries bad blood, leaves Texas in the spring of 1876 with a trail herd of longhorns bound for Montana. The following spring he heads west with plans to settle near the Pacific Ocean and live in solitude with just his books and horses for company. But a Nez Perce woman and her baby change his plans and he ends up in Virginia City, Montana. There an old washerwoman, a little girl of white and Chinese ancestry, a young woman with red curls, and a murder charge further complicate his life … more

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Along Shadowed Trails • Joshua Ryder is eight when his mother is murdered. An old cowboy becomes the father he has never had and when he is dying asks Josh, now eighteen, to leave the ranch with their neighbor, Miguel, and get some experience working for another outfit. Riding Shadow, the buckskin he’s raised from a colt, Josh comes to the Rawlins’ ranch and hires on to help drive a herd of longhorns to Kansas … more

 

The Wichita IndiansThe Wichita Indians: People of the Grass House • by Susan A. Holland and photography by Mike Rooney | The Wichita Indians shared the Great Plains, in the central United States, with a variety of animals, including millions of bison, elk, and birds. The Wichita built their homes of poles and prairie grass, which grew up to 12 feet tall. These unique, beehive-shaped grass houses were exclusive to the Wichita, housed extended families, and could last up to 14 years. Tools, fashioned from chert and bison bones, were used to construct homes and cultivate garden plots… more

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

How to Teach Reading Skills to Students with DisabilitiesHow to Teach Reading Skills to Students with Disabilities • by Dr. Oumou Traore | This book offers a simple approach for all ages which provides a comprehensive reading method and technique to struggling readers. It helps students acquire reading skills through lessons tailored and designed specifically for students with disabilities as well as English language learners. The book features short lessons, reading patterns, practice exercises for all learning styles, lesson reviews, and lesson tests… more

 

Seeds, Leaves, Fruits, and RootsSeeds, Leaves, Fruits, and Roots • by Jerilynn Henrikson | Join Joe in Book 2 of a three volume series about his continuing adventures with gardening. Thanks to his pup, Moe, he finds his lost new hoe, and the veggie growing begins! Joe is growing too, and so will young readers as they expand vocabularies and ideas. Joe loves to share what he grows with his family and their lively, diverse community. Jerilynn Henrikson’s clever use of language and Patty Kahn’s colorful illustrations provide sparks to fire young imaginations… more

 

101 Tails of a House Call Veterinarian101 ‘Tails’ of a House Call Veterinarian • If you have ever wondered how veterinarians interact with your pets, follow the travels of a house call practitioner as she visits them in their own environment. In 101 ‘Tails’ of a House Call Veterinarian, see how Dr. K. puts them at ease, so that a cat visits the food dish shortly after being examined, and a dog simply wants more attention. But along the way, Dr. K. finds herself in many funny, precarious, and sad situations.  more

 

The Genius ClubThe Genius Club for Survivors Only • The setting is the Eldorado Estates Country Club resort in a ‘tony’ area of Southern Florida. The resort was once ‘the place,’ a restricted conclave of the very wealthy. But as the area developed and other plusher resorts opened, Eldorado became a second class destination—unrestricted and open to anyone…  more

 

It's Hard to Hug a CowIt’s Hard to Hug a Cow • About a Registered Red Angus cow that is not just seen through the eyes of a human as a milk producing, profit making animal but as a friend. It’s Hard to Hug a Cow starts out with realistic pencil drawings going to cartoon drawings with comedic intent during the anticipated act of hugging this adorable critter. This is a fun book for those who love farm animals not to mention the Registered Red Angus raisers…  more

 

No Weeds, No Bugs, No BunniesNo Weeds, No Bugs, No Bunnies • by Jerilynn Henrikson | Jerilynn Henrikson and Patty Kahn have teamed up to create a series of early readers featuring Joe and his adventures with gardening. Any gardener knows that planting a garden takes determination. It seems problems always come up like weeds… or bugs… or bunnies. Follow gardener Joe in his three book journey as he learns more and more about the joys of planting, growing, and harvesting, and young readers learn more and more about the joys of learning, growing and reading!… more

 

Dying Is a Hard Thing to DoDying Is a Hard Thing to Do • by Sean Ferguson | This book is a personal account of a loved one’s death due to cancer and her struggle with the American medical system. We rely on our professional medical caregivers to provide truthful information and advice to help match personal choices with medical alternatives and realities, especially when we must make difficult end of life decisions. … more

 

The WastageThe Wastage • by Dean Halliday Smith | A hard-hitting no holds barred novel of the war that created the United States, and the two days in December 1862 when it almost came undone and the Confederacy had its last great opportunity to win the Civil War… more

 

 

 

Killer of EaglesKiller of Eagles • The Ardis Cole Series (Book 6) • by Vickie Britton and Loretta Jackson | Ardis Cole braves a sudden blizzard on her way to the isolated Pine Ridge Sioux Reservation to help her friend, Ella White Owl, locate her missing niece. Carrie, an art teacher at Shadow Pass High School, appears to have simply vanished …  more

 

The Galvanized YankeeThe Galvanized Yankee • by Roy Bird | To escape the dreadful conditions of a Union prison camp, a young captured Confederate becomes a “Galvanized Yankee”—a member of the United States Volunteers, regiments of Southern prisoners of war formed to protect white settlers from Indians on the Western frontier… more

 

Trainity Tales of Tresia - Book ITrinity Tales of Tresia: A Most Remarkable Hat (Book I) • by J.A. McPhail | All her life Winifred Dalen has heard fantastic stories passed down from her grandmother and aunt about a mysterious universe and a secret family gift. But are the stories real? Now that Winny has turned twelve, it’s time for her to choose to believe or not. If she accepts them as truth, Winny has been told she will begin an amazing and magical journey… more

 

DiehardsDiehards: Why Fans Care So Much About Sports by Chip Scarinzi | Diehard sports fans are arguably the beating heart of the sports industry. In good times and in bad, they file into stadiums and arenas of all shapes and sizes ready to expend financial and emotional currency on a hobby that goes horribly wrong half of the time…  more

 

BreadBread! Bread! Bread! • by Gloria Creed-Dikeogu | Bread! Bread! Bread! is a simple, yet colorful children’s story set in Cape Town, South Africa, during World War II. Mama sends Tietie, the eldest of seven children, to the Indian store to fetch bread. On her way to the store, Tietie finds that the bread truck has met with an accident… more