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  • My Mommy’s Boyfriend

    $9.95$24.95
    My Mommy's Boyfriend is an illustrated children’s book that introduces young readers to a topic that is very common, but hard to talk about. Many children have faced sexual abuse without even knowing it, and they continue to fall victim to predatory experiences because of their lack of knowledge on this subject. Written by Theresa Bowe, My Mommy’s Boyfriend teaches young readers that this subject exists, what to do if they ever encounter this situation, and more importantly, that confiding in multiple trusted adults is a major component in putting an end to sexual abuse.

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  • About the Book

    Reflections is an anthology of love, loss, faith, and dreams.  These poems express one man’s introspection of his greatest blessings and truths, centered around his devotion to the love of his life.  This work also explores hope, unity, and God’s grace in the midst of sorrow and pivotal times.
  • Small Town Girls Play BIG in Business highlights ten women from or living in small towns who took risks, made sacrifices, and continually persevered to follow their ambitions. These women came from many different walks of life and found themselves in challenging positions before they discovered their purpose in business. It is our greatest hope that, by reading their stories, you will become inspired to take that leap of faith to follow your own calling.
  • The Delta Queen, a National Historic Landmark, is the oldest overnight passenger steamboat still intact and capable of traveling the inland waterways of America. Built in 1926 and entering service in 1927 for the California Transportation Co., the Delta Queen and her identical twin the Delta King were the most lavish and expensive river steamboats ever constructed. The vessels cost more than $1 million each to build and furnish.They operated together in the nightly San Francisco-Sacramento ferry trade.
  • The Frog Who Couldn’t Croak, written by Roberta Rhodes and illustrated by Donna Masters, is an inspirational children’s book written for Roberta’s daughter, Ranette Rhodes-Visagie.  This book teaches readers to embrace all their unique attributes that make them who they are, even if these characteristics distinguish them from their peers.
  • The Glorious Revolution is a non-fictional work that traces the revolutionary aspects of African Americans ascent from the abyss of mental and physical oppression to a rebirth in  America. The Glorious Revolution will detail accounts of the barbarous nature of the European Slave Trade. It, too, will highlight the introduction of slavery to the American colonies, while highlighting the beginning of the revolutionary process from its origin during slavery, after the Civil War, after Emancipation, and during the Civil Rights Movement.
  • The Hip-Hop Generation, featuring Afrika Bambaataa, Makaveli, The Notorious B.I.G., Ice-T, and 50 Cent is a non-fiction work involving the history and development of the HIP-HOP culture and the genre of Rap artistry. This work focuses on the various perspectives which are projected regarding the virtues, values, money, violence, and impact on both the youth around the world, and societies as a whole. The HIP-HOP Generation will also fixate on the ‘’Super Stars’’ of the Rap industry, identifying the talent, vision, and genius of those who helped create and nourish the industry. The work also includes a candid look at corporate America’s involvement and culpability regarding violence in the HIP-HOP community and society as a whole.
  • Rob Schaefer’s popular “Rob’s Rules” columns
  • Commissioned by Les Amis (“The Friends”) for The 250th Anniversary of the Founding of Saint Louis The settlers in the French Colonial era left few physical traces, including the locations of their individual burial sites. The oldest burying grounds were East Bank locations, and most of those were washed away by major flooding along the same Mississippi River that brought the early explorers and settlers to that land. Early burying grounds on the West Bank, especially in St. Louis, were “washed away” by the forces of expanding population and changing economics. Identifying early burial grounds is now a difficult, controversial process.
  • Too Late, You’re Hacked! – Defending Your Small Business’ Computers and Networks is written for small businesses with a limited understanding of IT (Information Technology) that encounter cybersecurity challenges.  This book introduces critical IT terms and concepts in today’s complex digital age, and it is intended for owners or professionals handling their business’ IT department with narrow expertise.
  • Unforeseen Drama

    $13.00$14.95
    London Connors takes pride in herself and her job. She has a sense of purpose and security within herself. Her outstanding career as a Nurse Practitioner Counselor has paid off. London manages to provide excellent counseling for everyone that walks through her doors; however, she does not practice what she preaches, for she doesn’t know how to handle the shock of infidelity of her husband Trent. Ultimately she deals with the hurt the best way she knows how…in the arms of another man.
  • “Up From the Pit’’ is a semi-fictional, serious, realistic and sometimes humorous work intended for adult readers. The substance of this manuscript depicts the life of a young Black male and his rise from the deprivation of a ghetto existence to the zenith of personal, emotional and spiritual triumph. The protagonist is portrayed as a sensitive, strong and intelligent Black male, who has developed a burning desire to escape the bondage of mental slavery.  This driven soul makes the journey from a pathetic, decadent ghetto existence to a place in the sun.
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