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  1. Ethan Templeton and the All-Seeing EYE

    Ethan Templeton and the All-Seeing EYE

    $13.99
    It’s truly magical! The best magic seen since Harry Potter! The pureness of this book is electrifying!  A journey worth taking that will last a lifetime! Learn More
  2. Operation Geriatric Geese

    Operation Geriatric Geese

    $20.99
    Operation Geriatric Geese

    In Paris the daughter of a powerful Vietnamese drug lord is kidnapped by the heroin cartel. An effort to subdue her with heroin is botched and she stops breathing. Believing her dead she is left on a rural road in France. Her father, learning of her kidnapping, seeks revenge by identifying government officials world wide who facilitate distribution of heroin. Learn More
  3. Okay, So I Lied

    Okay, So I Lied

    $15.99
    Jill Kelly is an intelligent high school student who knows exactly what she wants in life. Unfortunately, her vision does not fall in line with what her father wants. He wants her to go to medical school; she wants to become a professional singer. Still, it seems she has no choice but to attend Indiana University and major in biology?
    -or so everyone thinks.   After Jill begins classes her freshman year, she secretly visits the career counseling center to change her major and audition for the Jacobs School of Music. After she learns she has been accepted, Jill decides to shun her good girl image, not tell her parents, and resort to an existence fueled by lies and deception. But as her rebellious behavior leads her to find love and the personal happiness she has always wanted, Jill has no idea she is about to pay a hefty price for her choices.

    Okay, So I Lied shares the story of a young woman's journey of deception as she attempts to achieve her dream of becoming a rock star. Learn More
  4. Twinkle Bones

    Twinkle Bones

    $16.99
    This is the story of Twinkle Bones a little boy made of bone who was born a long long time ago and lives in the Bone Head Kingdom which strange to say is located way up in the sky. When he was born the kingdom was a dreary, gray, and sad place with no stars in the sky. It was miserable. No one smiled and no one had any fun because fun hadn?t been invented yet. As Twinkle Bones grew, he was a rebel. He constantly bothered people, asking endless questions about this and that and was never satisfied with their answers. Twinkle felt there must be a way to make things better. Then one day he made a discovery that led to people dancing and laughing for the first time in history and changed his world into a beautiful shining place. Learn More
  5. I Witness

    I Witness

    $28.99
    Have you ever wondered what it was like to live in the household of someone famous - perhaps someone who achieved a place in history?

    What would you see? What would you hear? How would you feel as remarkable events enveloped your daily life? In the historical novel I Witness, authors Charles W. Ferguson and Dede Weldon Casad, PhD. transport readers back to the 1530’s, the time of Sir Thomas More and his infamous clash with King Henry VIII. The book’s central character is Charles Bosworth, a young naïve Oxford student who unexpectedly finds himself privileged to be a personal servant in the home of Sir Thomas More. Bosworth witnesses and records More’s trial, imprisonment, and ultimate execution by King Henry VIII as the two former friends struggle mightily over the King’s demand the he become the supreme head of the Church of England. More's refusal to endorse Henry's plan to divorce Queen Catherine of Aragon and take Anne Boleyn as a new wife sets the stage for the battle of wills between two men convinced their vision for England is right. The most beloved man in all of England as well as one of the most learned scholars of his time, More's determination to use moral and legal arguments to protect the integrity of the Church against Henry’s personal and lustful demands cost him his family, position, wealth and ultimately, his life. Bosworth’s day by day account chronicles the pain and joy of the last three years of More’s life, one of the most historically unique stories in all of British history. Learn More
  6. Guardian

    Guardian

    $35.99
    Billy Crain's father went missing without a trace almost a year ago. When Billy is rescued from a pit by the village Hermit, he discovers the Hermit knows where his father is. There's another world involved called "Palithion." The Hermit takes Billy and his two friends to aid in his quest to awaken the sleeping wizard and help in the search of Billy's father. There, they experience many adventures, encounter danger and see many wonders. Can they wake the sleeping wizard? Can Billy find his father is this vast new world? Learn More
  7. The Lone Rangerette

    The Lone Rangerette

    $18.99
    This is a story about caring, sharing, adventures, dangers, and finding answers to problems. Learn More
  8. Dove Island Drums: From Powwows to Rock Bands, Drums Boom on Dove Island!

    Dove Island Drums: From Powwows to Rock Bands, Drums Boom on Dove Island!

    $14.99

    Gold! The discovery of gold in the rocks on Rainy Lake in 1893 shattered the peace of a remote Ojibwe village in northern Minnesota. Newspapers enthusiastically raved about the gold strike and about the beauty of Rainy Lake, calling it “one of the loveliest of northern lakes.” The Rainy Lake tribes face the challenges of a booming population and a changing culture.

    They also face the challenge of changing lake levels when a dam is built to power King Ed’s paper mill. Summer visitors falling in love with the majestic beauty of the unspoiled wilderness begin building fancy houses on land that had been freely accessed by the Ojibwe people.

    Authentic newspaper articles chronicle the history of Dove Island and the lives of two young Ojibwe girls trying to survive between two cultures. Maggie Sha Sha, the granddaughter of King Billy, chief of the Black Bay tribe, is outgoing and adventurous. Her friend Little Star is quiet and shy. When one friend marries and moves to Duluth, Minnesota, they keep their friendship alive through letters and newspaper clippings.

    The majestic beauty of Rainy Lake, as well as the outdoor activities, continue to attract generations of both summer and winter visitors.

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  9. Echoes of my Son

    Echoes of my Son

    $14.99

    Reid Scott is a brilliant computer-software developer. His devotion to the companies he has established ensures that they will become highly prosperous. However, in choosing to spend long hours at work, he has become increasingly estranged from his family. When his seventeen-year-old son is brutally murdered, Reid is forced to face the fact that he has been a lousy dad. Consumed by rage fueled by guilt, he vows to reap vengeance on his son’s killer. But then, as a new Christian, he learns that he must forgive to be forgiven, a requirement that seems absolutely impossible.

    Ruben Walker is a poor kid from a broken home. When his mother disappears suddenly—with him being the eldest—the responsibility to provide for his younger siblings falls on his shoulders. He does the best he can until Child Protective Services splits his family apart. His sister and two brothers are sent to separate foster homes. Ruben believes that money is the key. If he accumulates enough wealth, he feels he can convince CPS that he is fit to reunite his family. In utter desperation, he resorts to robbery. During the robbery, a seventeen-year-old boy is inadvertently killed.

    A sequence of providential events bring Reid and Ruben together. They have no idea they share an appalling tragedy. Over the course of many months, Reid and his wife, Allison, learn to care deeply for Ruben, who reminds them of their deceased son. Their love for the boy is put to the test the day Ruben shares his most closely guarded secret by confessing his crime.

    This Christian novel examines what it means to live by faith, to forgive the unforgivable, and to love unconditionally.

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  10. Song Mages of Gaia

    Song Mages of Gaia

    $13.99

    The barrier that has kept evil out of Gaia for a thousand years is beginning to crack. Gaia’s loving creator, Andros, decreed a thousand years ago that music is the cord that ties humans to the elemental powers of Gaia, granting all who believe in him access to his power and assistance. As evil creatures lurk in the shadows and wait to attack the innocent, a beautiful young woman feels her seemingly inaccessible power growing within her without any idea that she is about to realize her purpose.

    After Kari’s path crosses with that of a handsome sailor, she must learn to listen to the voice in her heart in order to utilize her power to heal an ancient barrier. But she soon realizes trust will not come easy as she has been misled her entire life. As epic battles erupt and everyone seems to conspire against her desires, Kari must find a way to accept her power, trust her loved ones, and save Gaia—before it is too late.

    In this inspirational fantasy novel, a young woman must rise above her challenges and accept her destiny to rescue her beloved land from evil creatures.

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