Parenthood by Proxy

Following her previous New York Times bestsellers, Dr.Laura Schlessinger, the conscience of talk radio, now addresses an issue near and dear to her heart: the stupid things...

How Could You Do That?!

How Could You Do That?! illustrates Dr. Laura Schlessinger's philosophy of personal responsibility through her usually provocative but always stimulating moral dialogues with...

Pollyanna

When Pollyanna was published in 1913, it became an overnight success. It immediately sold over a million copies as young and old alike fell in love with the little freckled orphan...

Drums of Change The Story of Running Fawn

Her stirring tales of spiritual conflict have made award-winning author, Janette Oke, one of today’s most beloved inspirational novelists. Drums of Change is her moving story of...

Princesses Are Not Perfect

In a rose-covered palace by the sea live three lovely princesses who never sit around doing nothing. Libby is a master builder, Mellie is a master gardener, and Allie is a master...

The Callender Papers

“I looked over the edge of the ravine to see somebody there, helpless, barely moving. She lifted her head to look at me and I fled, stumbling, back to my room in Mr. Thiel’s...

Anne's House of Dreams

Acclaimed author L.M. Montgomery continues the story of Anne of Green Gables (RB# 89150) and Anne of Avonlea (RB# 94730) in Anne’s House of Dreams. Anne and Gilbert move to...

Green River, Running Red

In this provocative and eye-opening classic of investigative journalism, the #1 New York Times bestselling author and “America’s best true-crime writer” (Kirkus...

No Time to Spare

From acclaimed author Ursula K. Le Guin, and with an introduction by Karen Joy Fowler, a collection of thoughts—always adroit, often acerbic—on aging, belief, the...

April's Kittens

Six-year-old April is very sad. She dearly loves her silky black cat, Sheba, and its three newborn kittens. But April and her parents live in a small New York apartment where...

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