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Robots and Mad Scientists

by James Smith

(5 Stars – 2 Customer Reviews)

Price: $22.95

James Smith’s “Robots and Mad Scientists.” A satirical collection of science fiction short stories that touch on many of today’s current events. The stories run the gambit of the science fiction genre; from time traveling robot secret agents to portals into alternate dimensions and wannabe evil overlords.

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What Day Is It? Everyday Seems The Same

by Nancy Panasci

(5 Stars – 5 Customer Reviews)

Price: $21.95

Nancy Panasci’s “What Day Is It? Everyday Seems The Same” is a story that helps to facilitate parents and children with what a new normal might look like with the presence of the COVID-19 pandemic in their everyday lives. Coronavirus became a household vocabulary item in the spring of 2020. Cities were placed on lockdowns and every human was encouraged to wear a face mask when in public. Social distancing became a mantra. Schools were canceled, sporting events were canceled, and all types of entertainment were canceled. Parents were confronted with working from home and school age children received online education. This book features Hope and her parents as they strive to make each day of the week special, helping to replace monotony with purpose as families learn to live in a changing world where “normal” is forever changed.

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Stella the Rejected Star

by Marc McCormack

(5 Stars – 3 Customer Reviews)

Price: $11.95

Marc McCormack’s “Stella the Rejected Star.” Stella wasn’t like all the other stars in the skies above Bethlehem. She was a four-pointed star in a five-pointed world, and the other stars teased her because of it. One December long ago, the stars heard an important event was about to happen. One of the stars would be chosen by God to lead the wisemen to the manger on Christmas. Oftentimes the ones considered different in the world are the ones who shine the brightest through their faith, hope, and love.

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Tipping is Not a City in China

by C J Kinsley

(5 Stars – 3 Customer Reviews)

Price: $12.95

C J Kinsley’s “Tipping is Not a City in China” is a book about the tipping practices in today’s Food and Beverage Industry. Lots of information is given on how to tip and why.

 

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The Pearl of East Texas

by William D. Albright

(4.5 Stars – 23 Customer Reviews)

Price: $23.95

William D. Albright’s “The Pearl of East Texas.” Have you met a real Hero? Whether showing bravery when others thought all was lost or the rise of an individual to stand up against the denial of his or her constitutional rights that changed a nation. Such was the case of Mattie Pearl Albright. This book tells her remarkable and extraordinary story of love, charity, compassion, and leadership. Born in the early 20th century, Mattie grew up in the Jim Crow era in Shreveport, Louisiana, and eventually moved with her husband William to East Texas. In each location, she was a standout, whether at her segregated high school in Shreveport, starting and managing one of the few credit unions established for blacks in Los Angeles, or being an avid volunteer, serving on the city council and founding two chambers of commerce in East Texas. She achieved all of this while raising and nurturing a family.

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Imagine Bernie Sanders as a Woman: and other Writings on Politics and Media 2016-2019

by Susan Bordo

(5 Stars – 12 Customer Reviews)

Price: $16.95

Susan Bordo’s “Imagine Bernie Sanders as a Woman: And Other Writings on Politics and Media 2016-2019.” The months between the presidential election of 2016 and the summer of 2019 have been a wild ride: the unexpected results of the election, the discoveries of corruption and foreign influence on our democratic institutions, fresh assaults on governmental processes we hold dear and the negative influence of the mainstream media. Follow cultural historian and media critic Susan Bordo through those events and the beginnings of the 2020 primary contest through full-length published pieces in a voice that is bracingly honest as well as critically penetrating.

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