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Susan McCauley, Merlin's Apprentice: The Mage

Susan (Basso) McCauley is a screenwriter and award-winning author of books for children, teens, and adults. Susan fell in love with writing, theater, and film when she was eight-years-old. That passion inspired her to receive a B.A.

Merlin's Apprentice: The Mage By Susan McCauley Cover Image
$14.99
ISBN: 9781951069155
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Published: Celtic Sea, LLC - January 10th, 2023

Twelve-year-old Pip must embrace his magical powers to rescue his family from slavery-or help the king save the realm-a decision that will tear his world apart.



Dr Johan Zwaan, WWII + VI: A Kid's Memories of War and Postwar

Johan Zwaan was born in Gorinchem, Holland, in 1934. He lived there during the occupation of Holland by the Nazis from age 5 to 10 years. Later he attended the local classical high school Gymnasium Camphusianum, which he completed at the age of 16. He attended medical school at the University of Amsterdam. His studies were interrupted when he was drafted in the Royal Dutch Army in 1954.

WWII + VI: A Kid' S Memories of War and Postwar By Johan Zwaan Cover Image
$13.99
ISBN: 9781643145389
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Published: Authors Press - May 10th, 2021

A kid's memories of war and postwar I wrote this book on June 6, 2019, 75 years after D-day, the greatest invasion the world has ever seen.


Jessica Lee Anderson, Naomi Nash: Saving Snakes

 

Saving Snakes By Jessica Lee Anderson, Alejandra Barajas (Illustrator) Cover Image
$7.99
ISBN: 9781666349474
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Published: Picture Window Books - January 1st, 2023

When Mom brings home a new houseguest from the exotic animal hospital, it sparks a great idea. Naomi decides to form a snake rescue club with her best friend, Emma, and her brother, Nolan. But tensions arise with her next-door neighbor Taylor, who hates snakes. Will the snakes bring them together or drive them apart?


Julia Celeste Rosenfeld, San Antonio Cooks: Favorite Recipes from Local Chefs and Restaurants

Julia's fascination with recipes and ingredients led her to pepper her writing career with gastronomic gigs, including fourteen years as the restaurant reviewer for San Antonio Magazine, a few as the local Zagat editor, and a few as the writing instructor at The Culinary Institute of America in San Antonio.

San Antonio Cooks: Favorite Recipes from Local Chefs and Restaurants By Julia Celeste Rosenfeld Cover Image
$32.95
ISBN: 9781773271798
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Published: Figure 1 Publishing - November 22nd, 2022

Thanks to year-round warm weather, charming historical architecture, ethnic diversity, and friendly locals, San Antonio is a vibrant and emerging culinary haven that has risen beyond its reputation for spicy stews and corn tortillas.


Maryann Moss, An Unfinished Book

A little girl named Sadie grew up in a life of torment and abuse. Only later on in life she finds true love. She overcame everything that stood in her way of success and showed the world she can make it.

 

An Unfinished Book By Maryann Moss Cover Image
$35.00
ISBN: 9798353005810
Availability: Backordered
Published: Independently Published - October 8th, 2022

A little girl named Sadie grew up in a life of torment and abuse. Only later on in life she finds true love. She overcame everything that stood in her way of success and showed the world she can make it.


Scott Spreier, Resurrecting St John the Rancher

WHEN RECENTLY WIDOWED SCOOTER JAMES returns to his boyhood home for his annual hunting trip, all he's looking for are a few pheasant and some peace and quiet.

Resurrecting St. John the Rancher By Scott Spreier Cover Image
$18.95
ISBN: 9781646637690
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Published: Koehler Books - September 13th, 2022

Axe DeKruif, Sunshine Among the Clouds: Bouncing Between Love and Loss in Life

cover imageSunshine Among the Clouds challenges us in the same way as life to make it through the dark, difficult portions for the reward of all the happy, exciting events that life offers. While those dark times can be a challenge, without them, we wouldn't be able to truly appreciate the joy when it comes.

Richard Tavares, It Began in Japan

It Began in Japan is a fast-paced fictionalized memoir and murder/mystery that will have readers guessing up to the very last minute. The story follows four military brats that meet in high school in the mid-1960s at Yokota Air Base. It covers five decades as they navigate the complexities of friendship and adulthood.

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