The ABCs of Adulthood
From New York Times bestselling author Deborah Copaken and noted sculptor Randy Polumbo come 26 genuine and funny bits of advice as surprising as they are sensible. From "A is for Anger" through "Z is for Zzzzzzz."
The ABCs of Adulthood
Spies, Scouts, and Secrets During the Gettysburg Campaign
Spies, Scouts, and Secrets in the Gettysburg Campaign is grounded upon a broad foundation of archival research and a firm understanding of the theater of operations that specialists will especially value. Everyone will appreciate reading about a familiar historic event from a perspective that is both new and enjoyable. One thing is certain: no one will close this book and look at the Gettysburg Campaign in the same way again.
The Doppelganger Project
The year is 1941 and history is taking a dark turn. Nearly all of Europe is under Hitler's boot, and England alone stands as a flickering candle in the face of a Nazi storm. On the other side of the ocean, the United States had wanted no part in the conflict, save for one man: Franklin D. Roosevelt. This intriguing "what if" retelling of WWII will keep you guessing until the final page.
In Transformational Innovation author Nat’e Guyton outline 10 practical steps to help you change your life. Dr. Guyton takes a spiritual and personal approach, guiding you on a transformative journey that will help you achieve your goals
Meet Brian Biggs, author & illustrator of many children's books! His most recent work includes illustrating for Don't Swap Your Sweater for a Dog, Never Swim in Applesauce, the Ellray Jakes series, and Frank Einstein and the Evoblast Belt - coming out September 6th! Brian has also been working on a new series - Tinyville Town, also set to release this September 6th!
Curtain Calls: A Collection of Short Stories
The twelve stories in Curtain Calls are about love, loss, aloneness and self-discovery told from the view of the very young to the elderly. No matter how heart-tugging the stories may be, there is always the redeeming element of humor.
Don’t Knock, He’s Dead
Don't Knock, He's Dead takes readers into the trenches of my longshot bid for Maryland delegate, with no political machine, in the dog-eat-dog, incestuous, narcissistic world of politics. It’s the unvarnished story of an under-funded, Everyman’s challenge to break into a Byzantine, sycophantic business, where cozy relationships, cronyism, influence, backroom deals, power plays and horse-trading rule the day and politicians consolidate their power to form a perpetual ruling class.
My Friend Bipolar
"My Friend Bipolar" is not a text book or guideline about bipolar disorder but a touching experience by a girl named Caroline. TRUE LOVE AND FRIENDSHIP BUILD UP WHEN PEOPLE ACCEPT EACH OTHER AND LOOK PAST THEIR NEGATIVE SIDE
This fast-paced mystery action thriller gives us a glimpse into what happens when a billionaire's drastic decision causes 5,200-mile shock waves that set the paths of the cleverest evil genius and the unsuspecting lives of innocents on a collision course.
What does a single mom do when she is faced with an empty nest? She joins lovebycupid.com. Single mom Ethel Funt discovers the rules of the pond have changed since the last time she took a dip. She must first date many frogs before kissing her prince.
Andy Warhol was a Hoarder: Inside the Minds of History's Great Personalities
Was Andy Warhol a hoarder? Did Einstein have autism? Was Frank Lloyd Wright a narcissist? In this surprising, inventive, and meticulously researched look at the evolution of mental health, acclaimed health and science journalist Claudia Kalb gives readers a glimpse into the lives of high-profile historic figures.
The Brewster Boys & the Haunted Homecoming
The summer time-traveling adventures of Jon, Pete and Abby have come to an end. The new school year is underway and Roosevelt High’s Halloween-themed homecoming dance is right around the corner. Abby, as competitive as ever, is preparing for the dance-off. Her boyfriend, Pete, whether he likes it or not, is along for the ride.
The Look Cookers!
Matthew is a normal boy in every way but one. He's a secret agent. But not just any kind of secret agent. He's an eye spy! His enemy: The Look Cookers. His mission: the first day of school.
A Window Opens
For fans of I Don’t Know How She Does It and Where’d You Go, Bernadette?. In A Window Opens, beloved books editor at Glamour magazine, Elisabeth Egan, brings us Alice Pearse, a compulsively honest, longing-to-have-it-all, sandwich generation heroine for our social-media-obsessed, lean in (or opt out) age.
This book is for business women in their middle years, in encore careers, second acts reinventing themselves and changing the world around them. They are Embracing Autumn and bringing the wisdom, strength, insight, and grace into the marketplace.
Spend a summer at the beach with this enchanting and emotional story about love, loss, and the powerful bonds of female friendship...
Go Clean, Sexy You
Go Clean, Sexy You not only serves up a collection of delicious recipes, but offers a holistic approach on how to live a healthier life―putting whole foods into your body, detoxing every season to regularly cleanse your system, associating with those who fuel you not bring you down, and managing stress with activities that bring you back to balance.
The Wages of Desire
In the late summer of 1941, as the war in Europe drags on, long-buried secrets begin to surface in the Hampshire village of Winstead, when the body of a young woman – a former conscientious objector - is found shot to death in the church cemetery...
How to Write and Share Humor
Did you know there are writing techniques designed to bring out the funny in all of us? Written in an encouraging and entertaining tone and based on Donna Cavanagh's humor writing workshops, this book highlights the “humor helpers” that writers, business professionals or speakers can use to make audiences laugh out loud, softly chuckle or smile with amusement.
Dancing at Midnight: The Life of June Parker
After a fifteen year absence, Carolyn Graves has returned to her childhood home following the death of her mother. With the purpose of settling her mother's estate, Carolyn attempts to push past the emotions of their strained relationship - and her own anxiety - to quickly complete the process and be on her way.
In this fifth installment of the New York Times bestselling MEG series, Nighstalkers picks up where MEG: Hell's Aquarium left off. Bela and Lizzy, the dominant Megalodon siblings from Angel's brood, have escaped the Tanaka Institute to roam the Salish Sea in British Columbia
A Culinary History of Southern Delaware: Scrapple, Beach Plums, and Muskrat
With recipes for regional favorites like beach plum jelly and chicken with slippery dumplings, author Denise Clemons explores the history behind the ingredients and savors the story in every dish. Denise will also be performing a cooking demo!
World War II and the Delaware Coast
Within weeks of Pearl Harbor, German U-boats arrived off the Delaware coast and attacked numerous ships along the vital shipping lanes to Philadelphia and Wilmington. Author Michael Morgan tells the remarkable story of a coast at war.
The Amazon Heist
Journey to the fascinating world of the Amazon rainforest as seen through the eyes of the native peoples, artisans, students and tourists. Anacondas, caimans, monkeys, shamans, yucca harvests, river cruises, legends and much more come to life in this amusing yet suspenseful book.
Pearls and Poetry: Romantic Poetry
Come with me on this journey of the heart. The seasons of my heart and yours. “Pay attention to what speaks to your heart.” n.r. hart
The Runaway Prophet
From the author of the best-selling novels The Faithful One and The Peace Maker comes another captivating modern-day Bible story that will grip you and not let go.
Here Comes Exterminator!: The Longshot Horse, the Great War, and the Making of An American Hero
Here Comes Exterminator! draws readers into the golden age of racing, with all its ups and downs, the ever-involving interplay of horses and people, and the beauty, grace, fear, and hope that are a daily part of life at the track.
Young Mariner is a coming of age novel circa 1966. The protagonist, William Connolly is a street smart kid from South Boston evincing the intense naivete of Mitch McDeere in The Firm by John Grisham albeit in a waterfront setting.
Susie's Shoesies... A New Generation of Adventure! (#8 in the Susie Shoesies series!)
In this last book of the Susie's Shoesies series, three generations of time-traveling adventurers return to their past and meet the woman who started it all!
Oliver witnesses Ozzie the Octopus putting something in his book bag that doesn't belong to him. When Oliver confronts Ozzie about what he sees, Ozzie tries to convince Oliver to take things too. Will Oliver join Ozzie or will he stand up for what he knows is right?