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The Adventures of Doc Holliday Henngings

The Adventures of Doc Holliday Henngings

Family is a powerful bond, but one that goes beyond our genetics. A great book for any family library no matter the dynamics – traditional or non-traditional family. THE ADVENTURES OF DOC HOLLIDAY HENNINGS was inspired by single father and author, TK Bethea and his search for a relatable story for his daughter aided by the lively illustrations(…)

Introducing Mindful Kids: First Activity Deck to Reduce Childhood Stress & Anxiety

Introducing Mindful Kids: First Activity Deck to Reduce Childhood Stress & Anxiety

“We cannot say enough good things about Mindful Kids, an activity deck of gorgeously illustrated cards graced with concise, enjoyable mindfulness activities. . .The brevity and clarity of those activities make them highly engagingandgreatly enhances the likelihood of their becoming part of adailypractice. Though geared towards children, the playfulvisualizations and exercises are powerful, life-changing tools that(…)

Storybooks with a Life Lesson In the Story

Storybooks with a Life Lesson In the Story

Books are meant to be enjoyed.  Books tell us a story.  What if a book also taught us a lesson?  These amazing children’s books do just that.  They teach us about friendship and bullies, the harm of rumors and empower us to be and do great things.  These books are great for starting the conversations(…)

Each Step I Take

Each Step I Take

Book Overview “Each Step I Take” is the poetic story of one girl’s journey through bullying. Told from Lila Dooley’s teenage point of view, “Each Step I Take” reflects what many teenagers are experiencing in today’s world of growing up with social media and extreme feelings of being excluded by peers or classmates. The poetry,(…)

Thistle Downe:  a Tale of Trolls and Fairies #BookReview

Thistle Downe: a Tale of Trolls and Fairies #BookReview

Life as a troll is never easy, but Tyson faces more challenges than most. When his mother’s early death leaves him with an unfeeling father, he finds himself alone, unloved and uneducated. Trying to better himself through education, he’s bullied about both his looks and his race. Confronting barrier after barrier, his dream of building(…)