Clear your schedule and explore 2,000 years of thrilling adventures packed with mystery, fascinating personalities, ingenuity, prayer and unshakable faith!
Why is there a tunnel under the king's bed?
How did a village teacher escape from a den of pirates?
Why did people living on an island disappear after each Shabbos only to reappear the following Friday?
This incredibly fun and exhilarating compilation of vintage stories will leave you breathless as you read about spine-tingling tests and challenges faced by Jewish heroes through the ages. Exhale and celebrate with them as they emerge victorious against incredible odds.
Meet April, a rescue dog turned Diva, in this charming picture book for dreamers of all ages. This fantasy dog memoir is April's travel diary on places she would visit in Paris. April was the sixth dog adopted by author Barbara Barth. She had trouble finding her place in the pack and sat quietly watching the other dogs. During a photo shoot for an Easter blog post, a vintage pink hat, complete with a large silk rose, was placed on April's head. She wore the hat with style and transformed from April to Miss April in Paris. For a few months she had a blog of her own, where she dreamed of visiting the city of lights. April has completed her Paris diary and is sharing it with you here. A portion of all book sales will be donated to animal rescue.
From the Author: "This is the story of my childhood during the mid-1950's in South Carolina. It’s the story of new friendships, new adventures, ordinary family life, and my introduction to racial prejudice. All of the people are real, and the stories are as true as I can recall. Since young children tend to exaggerate and embellish stories, to add details, and forget others, I cannot guarantee complete accuracy. Of course, I also had to fill in some of the blanks in my memory, because the events occurred about 60 years before this book was written, and memories fade with the passing of time. This book does, however, accurately depict conditions and attitudes in South Carolina during the 1950's, and all historical references are correct. Included are several photos from the National Archives. A glossary will help the reader with unfamiliar words. Most of the words in the glossary are translated into Spanish. All the definitions and explanations are in English."
Everything changed after Hurricane Charley. Find out the outcomes of this adorable childrens book about an Australian Shepherd named, April. This is a wonderful story that every dog lover will enjoy and appreciate.
What if you grew up on a horse farm and your single passion was to become a champion horseback rider? The problem is, you were born with a disability. Doctors tell your parents you’ll never walk, let alone ride. What will happen next? What does her dad do that changes her life? Will a failed racehorse and a handicapped girl become a winning team? This is the author’s true story of her journey. Even if Deanie prevails, will she find exactly the right horse to help her win?
SWOOP! After people had stolen Gibbon out of a Vietnam rain forest, he finds himself hundreds of miles away from home. His unique friendship with an Orangutan teaches him the secrets within the Asian rain forest. But how can she help him get back home without getting recaptured by the people. Find out in this exciting new adventure. Gibbon Finds A Friend, is a delightful story with detailed illustrations capturing the unique behavior of primates. Children will be fascinated by the characters adventures while they learn about the challenges animals face in the rain forest of Asia. Gibbon Finds A Friend, is the third book in the Wild Animal Survival Series.
Ten artists tell their most memorable childhood recollections in this book. These artists took brush, pencil, paint, and charcoal to create captivating images to accompany their stories. Each memory is beautifully illustrated and represents the lasting value of family stories.
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Leap into the real-life ups and downs of an inner-city school. Things can get a little crazy there. A new kid arrived in a third-grade class, where the group is learning about cowboys. What could go wrong? It turns out that the whole school population ends up in a collective mood for a rip-roaring fight. Yee-haw!
Everything changed when the Megans adopted an Australian Shepherd named April. Through the ups and downs, laughter and tears, April forever cements her place as a member of the Megan family. This is a heartwarming story that will make you laugh, cry, leave you in suspense, and resonate with every dog lover.