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.
Ingrid Kern’s “100 Whispered Words.” Korean Tradition celebrates the first one hundred days in the life of a child. Being a little Korean girl’s godmother became the source of inspirational fuel for Ingrid to write this love story.
Shirley Knight’s “Shirley’s Book of Poems.” With clear prose and rich imagery, this new collection are songs of passion, ill-fated love and star-crossed lovers. Other poems commemorate special occasions, honor family and offer inspiration to do the right thing. A deeply satisfying journey into the human soul.
Anna Alra DerSarkisian’s “Lucinda.” An ailing widow searches for a couple to adopt her children after she’s gone. Her grandparents & twin sons, Hovan and Garo escape from Turkey in 1913. On their journey, Garo is separated from the family and lands in America, but the family settles in France. Everyone assumed Garo was killed. Forty years later, Lucinda finds her uncle, Garo. Follow their lives in this emotional story of heartaches and triumph.
Violetta Kovacs’s “K9 Commando.” Police and Army dogs have much to teach us humans about selflessness, loyalty and incorruptibility. As crime-fighters aiding the police, these brave and honorable officers of the K9 variety heed the call-of-duty with all the courage that their owners and fellow officers have. Kovacs presents 12 true and touching tales of their exploits and demonstrates what extraordinary creatures they are.