Young Adult

The Bowditchers <BR>By: Margaret A. Giordano
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ISBN: 1-59824-406-X
Edition: Paperback, 242 Pages
Publication Date: December 11, 2006
The five brothers and sisters of the Graham family have embarked on a secret project they call Bowditching. Inspired by Nathaniel Bowditch – who worked his way up from the bottom in the sailing and navigation world of the late eighteenth century – they decide to tackle their own challenges and ambitions the same way. Learning to “sail by ash breeze” (the sailors’ phrase for hard work) isn’t easy, and they do run into squalls every now and then, but one by one the Grahams get the satisfaction of seeing their dreams stretch and grow, sometimes taking on shapes even they did not anticipate. Along the way, the Bowditchers, as they call themselves, discover that even in their modern world, true success is found in the old verse which says, “Whatever you do, work at it with all your heart, as working for the Lord, not men.” (Col. 3:23)

Children’s Fiction – ages 9 and up
Who Are You God? <BR>By: Rebecca Greene Fennewald
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ISBN: 1-59824-353-5
Edition: Paperback, 65 Pages
Publication Date: October 3, 2006
Who Are You God? is an illustrated book for today’s children. It is Rebecca Greene Fennewald’s prayer that through the child’s family, children may learn of God and ask Him into their hearts. The book has beautiful pictures and is written in a simple and easy to understand style.
Teenagers Facing this Generation to Come <BR>By: Clayton Galtier
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ISBN: 1-59824-322-5
Edition: Paperback, 49 Pages
Publication Date: August 10, 2006
I am encouraging for you to get this book for your son or daughter for I know that teenagers are looking for answers in their life’s this book will help them out and to understand how to put their trust in God, and that God truly loves them no matter what they done, I am thankful that God gave me the talent to write this book out to the teens, this book is written to help all walks of people to understand how to put their faith in God, if I can reach one teenager from this book it’s worth any thing on this earth, for each boy and girl God has a plan for them, and that his love will pour out on you forevermore, how great is our God!

Yours truly,
Clayton Galtier
Cowboy Bill <br>By: Ron Somers
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ISBN: 1-59824-293-8
Edition: Paperback, 245 Pages
Publication Date: July 28, 2006
I’d never met a man; other than my father, that molded my life, at such a young age. The stories that Bill told us kids; are still vivid in my memories. They were stories of honest men, doing an honest days work. God help the person who interfered or tried to steal their livelihood. For they were men of law and respect.

Sure, our parents told us that the stories ‘Cowboy Bill’ told us were lies, but we didn’t care. He took one summer of our lives and showed us what it was like to be a cowboy; to live in the old frontier. He told us things I’ll never forget. And I’ll never forget him or that summer.

Each time I look at the stars at night, I’m reminded of him.
Sammy, the Runaway Mastiff <br>Sammy Breaks Out of His Kennel <br>By: Vince Stead
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ISBN: 1-59824-314-4
Edition: Paperback, 102 Pages
Publication Date: Aug 1, 2006
Sammy is a Mastiff dog that breaks out of his kennel to explore his neighborhood and the world. He meets other animals in his neighborhood and then he gets lost while discovering his own town. He is lost and meets new friends along the way who help him and feed him. Meanwhile, back at home, Jazmyn is worried sick she might never see Sammy again, since he broke out of his kennel. Sammy meets a boy named Stevie that lives over a bakery his dad owns, and Sammy meets a new dog named Ginger, that helps him on his journey to get back home. They are chased by security guards, almost run over by a tractor, a death defying bridge crossing, and fast moving cars everywhere! You will love Sammy, he is the nicest, friendliest “gentle giant” dog there is!
Center World <br>By: Donna L. Prestwood
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ISBN: 1-59824-206-7
Edition: Paperback, 116 Pages
Publication Date: April 25, 2006
Fifteen-year-old Auriel is convinced her parents have totally lost their minds. After spending the family’s savings, they insist it’s time to go home by way of underwater travel, through a gateway leading to an existence known as Center World.

When a massive submarine surfaces on the waters of Lake Michigan, Auriel begins to doubt her own sanity. The submarine, however, is nothing compared to what awaits her in Center World.

If Auriel and her family can’t pull themselves together and work as a team it may just cost them their lives.
Danielle Jennson, Life Lessons of a Little Clown <BR>By: J. A. Richards
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ISBN: 1-59824-187-7
Edition: Paperback, 68 Pages
Publication Date: March 29, 2006
A young clown finds her old diary childishly hidden in her younger sister’s bedroom just moments after her sister’s tragic death. Join DJ as she reads her ‘Private Book’ and rediscovers life’s lessons as written in her own words.
The Mystery of the Green Box <BR>By: Dalton Miller and Gaythel Boggs Friend
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ISBN: 1-59824-147-8
Edition: Paperback, 85 Pages
Publication Date: February 22, 2006
Living in a small town and having superpowers gets Bobby and Andy into trouble when they become involved in solving the mystery of the green box. A plot to steal and sell uranium by people they thought they could trust leads them in a quest to find the green box and the answer to their unique abilities. Aided by Colonel Watkins and the lovely Martha Bolster, the two dashing lads discover the dangers of the criminal underworld.
Joey and Mup <BR>By: Olga J. Provencher
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ISBN: 1-59824-048-X
Edition: Paperback, 134 Pages
Publication Date: September 30, 2005
This is a children’s book, written for ages of five and up (and up and up); the parents and grandparents may feel intrigued too, reading it to their little ones. But you don’t necessarily have to be a child to enjoy it! If you are attracted to things that are mysteries to the modern world, like Ancient Egypt, myths and inhabitants of elements – you may like it.

This book is about a loss and coping with it, and we thought THE BOOK ITSELF could be the way of coping. It tries to remind - “when God closes all the doors, He would always leave an open window”. There is a little bit about that Window in the story…

The book is definitely a fairy-tale, with magic, discovery, transformation and incredible adventures in it. And we mean REAL magic of Life. It also consists of a real story of psychological development of a boy. The story has a meditative side, a little nostalgic note, simple humor and kindness to it. But most of all, it was written with love about Love – and we hope, not too sweet. The illustrations were drawn by the author; so this is EXACTLY how Joey, Mup and the others look.

If you know Love, your heart could be that Window to the real magic…
Trouble And Fun In Mazes <BR>By: Kel-Mut Ewbich
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Trouble and Fun in Mazes is a diverse compilation of maze challenges. Each carefully crafted piece presents a convoluted journey to the designated destination. It offers several difficulty levels with a variety of artistic designs. These mazes will provide amusement for any individual who enjoys brain-teasing games. Everybody who likes a fun challenge, regardless of age, sex or race will enjoy it – not just children.

Trade Paperback 72 pages
ISBN: 1-59824-026-9
Publisher: E-BookTime, LLC