<3: Love Poems by Halle Preneta

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A Calculated Guess (signed)

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A Family of Their Own

A Family of Their Own

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A hate crime strikes the house of Max, Brian, and their newly adopted son Donte. Clinging to his idealism, Max helps his family navigate this difficult time with grit, faith, and acceptance. This novel was written by Malcolm Varner of Grove City, Ohio who is a social worker and mental health advocate. He received his undergraduate degree from Oberlin and his MSSA from Case Western Reserve University.

A is for Africa by Gabrielle Vaughn & Chelbie Graham

A is for Africa by Gabrielle Vaughn & Chelbie Graham

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An alphabet book dedicated to specific events and historians in African American History. In this book readers will gain knowledge about African American History not otherwise taught in typical K-12 curriculum. Be introduced to new vocabulary while reading about empowering facts about African American History.

A is for Africa by Gabrielle Vaughn and Chelbi Graham

A is for Africa by Gabrielle Vaughn and Chelbi Graham

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This book is 8.5"x8.5"

A Melancholy Union

A Melancholy Union

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Weaving meticulous research with imagination, Monica Weber Babcock gives voice to her great-great-grandparents Samuel and Julia, survivors of the Irish Potato Famine who emigrated to the United States in the 1850s. As they recount their lives through alternating chapters, they draw us into their turbulent world shaped by hunger, hope, poverty, love, sickness, and haunting memories of Civil War battlefields. Finally, Samuel and Julia each describe how, in struggling to care for their family, they make desperate decisions leading to unimagined consequences.

A Post-War Promise Kept: Growing Up in Euclid, Ohio in the 1950's

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A Revolution of the Mind

A Revolution of the Mind

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From the chilly gray of her hometown on Chicago's North Shore to a palm-speckled, sun-drenched California campus, young Ellen Boo Harvey is caught in a depressive descent into mania and melancholy that no one around her has the language, energy, or courage to look squarely in the face. Unheard or dismissed by her family and friends, Boo is forced to grapple with the ferocity of her Madness and the intricacies of her mind alone -- careening from mental paralysis and near-invalidity to recovery and back again.
Despite every privilege afforded to her as the well-heeled daughter of a blue blood family, Boo's trajectory seems terminally inescapable until she meets Jude, a suicidal advocate for the mentally ill in Chicago, who teaches her how to rail against the machines and structures that work around the clock to render an entire class of Americans politically invisible and permanently broken.
An assiduous and provocative debut, MV Perry's A Revolution of the Mind is equal parts political manifesto, tortured self-portrait, and call to action that gazes unflinchingly at the causes and manifestations of contemporary American Madness.

ABC's with Jakee: Illustrated by Calista Ward

ABC's with Jakee: Illustrated by Calista Ward

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A is for apple. J is for jump. Z is for zipper. From start to finish, learning the alphabet is fun with Jakee. Inspired by the author's son, ABC's with Jakee is a beautifully illustrated book. Each page features a hand-drawn picture that highlights one letter of the alphabet. The book utilizes bright colors and familiar words to help parents engage their children and teach them not just the alphabet but words and concepts. ABC's with Jakee would make a wonderful gift for a baby shower or birthday.
About Things of Love, Life, Singleness and Other Stuff

About Things of Love, Life, Singleness and Other Stuff

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About: Things of Love, Life, Singleness and Other Stuff is a collection of over 70 poems that helped me navigate through challenges in my life; like the loss of love, finding my purpose, dealing with depression, dating and singleness. It also embraces the joys of love, family, contentment, wholeness and life lessons. It uses humor, sarcasm, hope and introspection to carve out deep emotions that can only be interpreted through poetry. About will take you on a journey to some places that are not always pleasant, but will identify areas of joy, healing, promise and praise. Maybe you will see yourself or someone else in these writings. I hope that it will help you unlock some of the complicated experiences in your own life. The key is to not be afraid to do the work.

About: Things of Love, Life, Singleness and Other Stuff is a collection of over 70 poems that helped me navigate through challenges in my life; like the loss of love, finding my purpose, dealing with depression, dating and singleness. It also embraces the joys of love, family, contentment, wholeness and life lessons. It uses humor, sarcasm, hope and introspection to carve out deep emotions that can only be interpreted through poetry. About will take you on a journey to some places that are not always pleasant, but will identify areas of joy, healing, promise and praise. Maybe you will see yourself or someone else in these writings. I hope that it will help you unlock some of the complicated experiences in your own life. The key is to not be afraid to do the work.

Theresa A. Burrage was born and raised in Cleveland, Ohio. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Liberal Arts from Wilberforce University and studied creative writing, art and self-publishing at Lancaster University in Lancaster, England. Her poetry has been published in several anthologies, including Poetic Voices of America and Free to Fly. She was on one of Cleveland’s National Poetry Slam teams, which placed 3rd out of 33 teams. She wrote copy for retail accounts at Liggett-Stashower Advertising and has a gospel rap CD for children titled Lyrics for the Soul.