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  • Counting Stars

    Age Range: 12 years and above

    David Almond’s extraordinary novels have established him as an author of unique insight and skill. These stories encapsulate his endless sense of mystery and wonderment, as they weave a tangible tapestry of growing up in a large, loving family. Here are the kernels of his novels—joy and fear, darkness and light, the
    healing power of love and imagination in overcoming the wounds of ignorance and prejudice. These stories merge memory and dream, the real and the imagined, in a collection of exquisite tenderness.
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  • Everyday Values For Sunday School Children

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    Everyday Values for Sunday School Children is a collection of 10 short stories on 10 values that every growing Christian child should imbibe. Each story shows the involvement of Christian parents in inculcating values in their children. It is the prayer of the author that this book will be a blessing into every home it finds its way into.

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  • Heaven Eyes

    Age Range: 12 years and above

    Erin Law and her friends are Damaged Children. At least that is the label given to them by Maureen, the woman who runs the orphanage that they live in. Damaged, Beyond Repair because they have no parents to take care of them. But Erin knows that if they care for each other they can put up with the psychologists, the social workers, the therapists — at least most of the time. Sometimes there is nothing left but to run away, to run for freedom. And that is what Erin and two friends do, run away one night downriver on a raft. What they find on their journey is stranger than you can imagine, maybe, and you might not think it’s true. But Erin will tell you it is all true. And the proof is a girl named Heaven Eyes, who sees through all the darkness in the world to the joy that lies beneath.
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  • Ready For A Scare? (Creepover #3)

    Age Range: 8 – 12 years

    Birthday girl and queen of all things spooky, Kelly Garcia is all set to have the perfect night. First her parents are going out of town. And although they hired a babysitter, Kelly is excited to basically be on her own. And then there’s the sleepover she’s having—a virtual, webcam sleepover where she and her friends can scare each other silly by telling ghost stories and summoning the spirit of Miss Mary, a woman from their small town who died tragically a long time ago. But when her friends start disappearing one by one and the babysitter is nowhere to be found, Kelly starts getting scared . . . for real. Is Miss Mary’s ghost kidnapping everyone? Will Kelly be next?
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  • The Hidden Star

    Nolitye lives in a shack with her mother Thembi in Phola, a dusty township on the edge of Johannesburg. She is good at maths and likes collecting stones, which she places in a bucket under her bed. She also has unusual powers: she can communicate with dogs. Nolitye has two close friends, Bheki, who is overweight, and the bespectacled Four Eyes, who join with her to resist the bullying from Rotten Nellie and her gang of Spoilers.

    One day, Nolitye finds a special stone that has the power to make people feel happy and laugh. Her mission from now on is to gather together the other pieces of the stone and reunite them, to stop darkness from taking control of her world.

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  • Truth or Dare(Creepover #1)

    Age Range: 8 – 12 years

    During a round of Truth or Dare, Abby Miller confesses her crush on Jake Chilson. The only people who know her secret are her friends at the sleepover—and whoever sent her a text message in the middle of the night warning her to stay away from Jake…or else!
    But Abby isn’t going to stay away from Jake, especially not after he asks her to the school dance.
    As the night of the dance comes closer, some very creepy things start happening to Abby. Someone definitely wants to keep her away from Jake. Is it a jealous classmate or, as Abby begins to suspect, could it be a ghost?
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  • Women In The Wilderness: How to Overcome Obstacles

    The book is to help women who are struggling to identify the purpose of God for their lives to realise it , and  also to those who are consumed by their  past failures or entangled with fear, preventing them from rising to bring out the best in them to overcome such.

    Again, this book is to help women who find it difficult to overcome their bitter life experiences to be able to do so, this book delves into many issues, that sabotage the potentials in people especially women from being unearthed.

    Women In The Wilderness is here to help people especially women to  overcome obstacles, in order to actualize the dreams that have been envisioned yet caught up in the cords of set backs. It gives insight of great people, especially women who in spite of manifold storms, rose up to fulfill their purpose on earth .

    This book gives insight on how an ordinary woman can develop to be the advanced version of herself. It also outlines several commercial trades or entrepreneurship skills that women can venture into and how they can succeed in them.

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