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The Secret of Big A (Embracing the ABC with Love Book 1)

Are you looking for a children’s book that entertains and teaches at the same time? Your search ends here! The Secret of Big A is the first in a series of 27 books that will help your children learn the English alphabet, while taking them on a magical journey through the world of letters! The...
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Daksha the Medicine Girl (Short Chapter Books for Ages 8-10 Book 5)

Daksha lives in a hamlet on the Himalayas. An orphan, she learns native medicine by assisting a vaidya. A chance encounter brings her to the notice of people who move her to town and admit her to a school. Daksha is unhappy there and wants to return to her hamlet – until a resourceful doctor...
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Sam The Talking Goat: Children’s Sight Word Picture Book Bedtime Story (with BOOK VIDEO!) (Early Reader Books 1)

SEE BOOK VIDEO ON AUTHOR PAGE–JUST CLICK LINK ON AUTHOR’S NAME. This is a book to be enjoyed and treasured for that special time spent between parent and child. It is al heart warming story with a sweet ending for children ages preschool through 3rd grade (Ages 4-8), to be read at bedtime or any...
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Window Boy

Crazy about basketball, twelve-year-old Sam Davis longs to be a part of the team that practices outside his window. But Sam’s different from the other boys: he has cerebral palsy. Confined to a wheelchair, Sam’s never touched a basketball. He’s never even been to school. It’s 1968, and only a few enlightened educators understand that...