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Classics: Why we should encourage children to read them by Fiza Pathan

Classics: Why we should encourage children to read them by Fiza Pathan

Summary: With the aid of this small book, I want to propagate the importance of classics to everyone, every student, parent and teacher. I know my compendium is small, but it’s a beginning.

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Fade to Black by M.C. Webb

Fade to Black by M.C. Webb

Summary: A tale of unimaginable horror follows Piper Mitchell from adolescence to adulthood as she tries to escape the chains that hold her long after she is free. A chance meeting with one of Hollywood’s’ biggest stars, Ryan Knox,

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Persistence of Vision by Nike Binger Marshall

Persistence of Vision by Nike Binger Marshall

Summary: Nike Binger Marshall welcomes you into her world with her poetry debut, Persistence of Vision. It is her desire that the words offered within these pages awaken your deepest emotion and stir your imagination.

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Everville: The First Pillar by Roy Huff

Everville: The First Pillar by Roy Huff

Synopsis: Owen Sage is the emblematic college freshman at Easton Falls University. With all the worries about his first year

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Bits and Pieces by CJ Heck

Bits and Pieces by CJ Heck

Synopsis: A collection of twenty flash fiction and short stories by published poet, writer, and author, CJ Heck. Many have

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Me Too! Preschool Poetry by C.J. Heck

Me Too! Preschool Poetry by C.J. Heck

Synopsis: Preschool: That brief period of childhood when everything is either black, or white, a time of Santa Claus and

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Anatomy of a Poet by C.J. Heck

Anatomy of a Poet by C.J. Heck

Synopsis: “There is a brokenness out of which comes the unbroken. There is a shatteredness out of which blooms the

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Words of Traitors: 7 Lives In Transition by James Curcio

Words of Traitors: 7 Lives In Transition by James Curcio

Synopsis: Hope and faith, sex and death, excess and deprivation, loss. An illustrated collection of treacherous memories. These dark modern

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The Immanence of Myth by James Curcio

The Immanence of Myth by James Curcio

Synopsis: Myth’s central importance does not end with our art or religions. It is not solely a dusty world of

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When Is My Forever by Aileen Friedman

When Is My Forever by Aileen Friedman

Synopsis: Vanda has always had a strained, volatile and unloving relationship with her mother, Dena. When Vanda and her best

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