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And They Danced is a picture book story written for mothers of all ages and seasons to read to and with their children and grandchildren. It captures the special moments that are shared between mother and child as the bond and relationship grows. It has universal appeal and will touch the heart of those who read it.

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With a continued passion for bringing a story to life, Cookies and Strawberries: The Rehab is a new story Hill offers readers that draws from his many experiences traveling across the United States and abroad, bringing a fresh approach to storytelling.Courage and resolution are extremely important in this dynamic story where those two words are synonymous with family. Dedication of heart, mind, and soul are evident throughout the plot, and you will see that, sometimes, the spirits of courage and resolution are interchangeable. In the fortitude of the main characters, you shall see their resilience of spirit throughout a variety of dramatic events in their lives.

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The book is a coming-of-age story related to my grandparents' and parents' generations. I enjoyed listening to the stories of how my parents lived as teenagers and young adults, the skillset that they had which helped them make a way for themselves when they arrived in the City of Detroit, Michigan, in the fall season of 1952, a City which had at that time a population around 1.8 million people. Many people, like my parents, left small towns in the deep South, wanting a better opportunity for work and living. Education and a chance to build a better life for their children caused them to press their way to the big city.

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For many years, I have been paying attention to the destructive policies of the Democratic Party. They have been destructive to our nation; destructive to past, present, and future generations; and particularly destructive to the Black community. One has to only take an honest look at their history to see proof of the destruction.

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Meet Pat and Patty Flaugherty (pronounced "flair-tee"), teenage fraternal twins who have a penchant for getting themselves involved in mysteries. They don't plan to become professional detectives, but never being ones to dismiss a challenge, they attack these mysteries wholeheartedly until they resolve them. As a team, they each bring their unique strengths to the investigations: Patty's keen eye for observation of details and Pat's ability to "read" people. But with very different personalities, they are often at odds with each other during the process. Pat is headstrong and can be impulsive; Patty is levelheaded and practical although sometimes too critical of her brother. Pat and Patty Flaugherty are drawn into their second mystery by an old friend who is now in college. When he appears on their doorstep with a "little problem" that he is reluctant to divulge, the twins are quickly caught up in an investigation of a scheme to launder counterfeit money throughout their home state. The mystery moves to the university campus where Pat and Patty search for missing school supplies and end up finding a campus secret that helps their friend and also leads them to solve a 35-year-old murder case in the Mystery on Campus.

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Would you risk your life to follow your dreams? I did. Only I didn't know it at the time. For years, I longed to be a surrogate. I offered for friends struggling with fertility, even before I had my own children. My heart has always hurt for women who yearned for a family that their bodies couldn't give them. After completing our family, my husband and I embarked on the journey of getting matched with a hopeful couple who couldn't conceive. We did, and what unfolded over the next few months was something no one could have expected, even putting my and the baby's lives in danger. I survived by the grace of God, started writing, and these are my memoirs of a surrogate. -Melissa

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Would you risk your life to follow your dreams? I did. Only I didn't know it at the time. For years, I longed to be a surrogate. I offered for friends struggling with fertility, even before I had my own children. My heart has always hurt for women who yearned for a family that their bodies couldn't give them. After completing our family, my husband and I embarked on the journey of getting matched with a hopeful couple who couldn't conceive. We did, and what unfolded over the next few months was something no one could have expected, even putting my and the baby's lives in danger. I survived by the grace of God, started writing, and these are my memoirs of a surrogate. -Melissa

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The sixty-six books of the Holy Scripture were written by many penmen, over a space of fifteen centuries, yet it is one book and has one voice speaking through all its pages. The Bible is the word of God. It's very different from the sacred books of non-Christian religions. In those writings, it is man speaking about God; in the holy scriptures, it is God speaking to man. Reading this book, Truth, will provide you with further insights into the word of God.

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"It's almost Christmas... But no presents have been delivered! Then suddenly, the waiting is over... And surprise follows surprise! Grab your hat and dive into the fun!"

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Zero the Hero! Zero Helps a Curveball That Wouldn't Curve is a story about a young talented baseball player that learns how to improve his personal skills of pitching through hard work, study, and practice. But more importantly, it tells the story of how Zero learns very important life lessons, including the importance of perseverance, following through on achieving a goal despite difficulties, the joy and satisfaction a person can obtain by helping others, and putting other's successes ahead of one's own. Learning that you don't always win and sticking to your goals despite sometimes losing are central lessons a child will learn by reading this story. Zero's love of the game of baseball, but more importantly his ability to help a friend through a problem despite the possible conflict it could cause to Zero's own success, is an inspiration story for children (and adults) of all ages. The inspiration for such a story is based on multiple real-life events witnessed throughout the years by the author playing with and helping coach the game of baseball with his son, Joshua. Other books by the author: Zero the Hero! Zero Decides To Do His Best Zero the Hero! Zero Teaches Daily Exercise for Young Baseball Players and Athletes

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