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Noggin the hummingbird, the last egg in the nest to hatch, finds that being a hummingbird can be a challenge. How Noggin overcomes his fear of flying and becomes a hero is a story all children can relate to. Author and illustrator Ruth Frazier's delightful pictures will captivate young readers as they follow Noggin's journey.
Sounds of the Soul: Adventures in Time
We knew Andrea wrote poetry, but it was not until after her death that her brother found an opus of poems on her laptop, composed between 2003 and 2009, complete with a preamble and arranged into groups. We, her family, are very happy now to complete Andrea's task and, finally, publish her poems. The work shows who she was: a poet, philosopher, free spirit, daughter, sister, and friend. This book, like her, will inspire, puzzle, and amuse.
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We are defined by our relationships. From seven-second meetings with strangers to lifelong bonds among family members, relationships nurture us, challenge us, and teach us not to take ourselves so seriously. Seedlings: Stories of Relationships pays tribute to those connections, honoring the friends, neighbors, spouses, coworkers, siblings, and passing acquaintances who bring meaning to our lives.
The Way It Was
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