What would you do if your daughter went missing… and how far would you go to get her back? Continue reading “Keep Her Close by Erik Therme”
“Culture reveals the true nature of an organization, whether it is a positive one which encourages people to perform at their best, or a negative one, destructive towards their efforts and desires.” Continue reading “Corporate Superpower: Cultivating A Winning Culture For Your Business by Oleg Kanovalov”
As our regular readers and subscribers may have noticed, posts for the blog so far this year have been few and far between. Despite my best efforts to keep the blog up and running, I am sorry to say at this point I must temporarily take a reprieve from reviewing at this time. I apologize for the inconvenience, and do plan to return to blogging as soon as I am able, however for the present time I will be unable to take on any new projects, or to complete any current projects within our usual time frame. I believe I have been in touch with everyone who currently has a book in queue, however if I missed you I sincerely apologize, and can easily be reached by email (email@example.com) or here on the blog at any time.
So sorry to do this guys, but I felt that after such a long time without posting I owed everyone an explanation of sorts. Thank you everyone for the understanding, and hopefully I will be able to get back to blogging within the next few months.
“It was that which gave promise that in due time the weights should be lifted from the shoulders of all men, and that all should have an equal chance. This is the sentiment embodied in that Declaration of Independence.” – Abraham Lincoln
Wishing all of our readers and subscribers a very blessed and safe Independence day!
A child plants a mustard seed in an empty garden. It is an itty-bitty seed. It isn’t anything special- yet.
Based on the parable of the mustard seed, this new children’s book by authors Amy-Jill Levine and Sandy Eisenberg Sasso follows the story of two children who plant a mustard seed and await for it to grow. Silly, fun, and engaging, children will be drawn into the story by the colorful illustrations and anticipate, along with the characters, the growth of the marvelous mustard seed. Continue reading “The Marvelous Mustard Seed by Amy-Jill Levine, Sandy Eisenberg Sasso”
Today we take time to honor and celebrate those who gave their lives to preserve the freedoms we too often take for granted.
With the deepest respect, may we always remain thankful.
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Wishing all of our readers and subscribers a very happy Memorial Day!
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An imaginative little girl who loves pots learns important life lessons about trying new things and making new friends…
In this wonderful book, both written and illustrated by Rosilyn Seay, children meet a little girl named May who has a very big imagination. May loves a lot of things, but there’s nothing she enjoys more than playing make-believe with her mother’s pots! With such a big imagination, the uses she can put them to seem almost endless. Then one day, a new babysitter arrives with different ideas. May isn’t so sure about her new ideas, and sneaks off to play with her pots- but will May’s imagination get her into trouble?
Continue reading “The Girl Who Loved Pots by Rosilyn Seay”