Join us as we welcome LaKecia Miller, Crissy Miyake, Fritz Schranck and Caroline Simpson to Bethany Beach Books on June 14th at 7:00pm!
Waterfall of Emotions: A Collection of Poetry
This books depicts the ever changing beauty of love and relationships through poetry. It is a very real feel of the raw emotions and thoughts of the author and her highs and lows in love. This book will take you on a journey that relates to every day relationships.
Kona and His Hard Shell
Kona is a young crab growing up in the warm waters off the Big Island of Hawaii who experiences a terrifying hurricane. After the storm passes, he is still reminded of that scary time. His loving mother teaches him how to cope with his fears using deep breathing and grounding techniques. With colorful illustrations and an entertaining story, “Kona and His Hard Shell” demonstrates the importance of learning how to understand, cope and heal after a traumatic event.
Hole by Hole: Golf Stories from Delaware’s Cape Region and Beyond
Delaware’s Cape Region is a major golf attraction for locals and for the thousands of golfers who come to Delaware’s beaches from New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Maryland, and DC.
The book is a selection of the columns and book reviews published in The Cape Gazette over the last twenty years. The columns highlight a vibrant golf community and the courses and personalities that make the Cape Region a destination golf location.
Choose Your Own Adventure: The Galapagos Mating Dance
Choose Your Own Adventure and Other Poems invites you to take a journey through the many dimensions of womanhood as you explore– along with a few animal friends– ancient rituals of partnership, parenting, love, and separation.
In the style of a Choose Your Own Adventure novel, a single American female vacations on a cruise in the Galápagos Islands. In each chapter, she tries on the mating rituals of a different animal, as she looks for the “perfect partnership pattern.” Accompanied by Simpson’s original watercolor illustrations, this collection will have you laughing out loud and pondering our animalistic journeys on this earth, only to discover that we still have some evolving left to do.