To Catch a Raven by Beverly Jenkins.
"Lying and cheating may be sins to some people, but for Raven Moreau, it is a way of life. She comes from a long line of grifters and couldn't be prouder . . . until she's forced to help the government. A former Confederate official is suspected of stealing the Declaration of Independence, and Raven, posing as his housekeeper, is tasked with getting it back. Her partner is the too-handsome Braxton Steele. Masquerading as a valet/driver, Brax is also supposed to be her husband. He has his own reasons for doing this job, but when their pretend marriage ignites into fiery passion, they'll have to put everything -- including their hearts -- on the line."-- Provided by publisher.
Liar! by Fern Michaels.
"Even though Luna and her brother Cullen seem like complete opposites, they're identical in two ways: they'll never let injustice stand and they always have each other's back. Fern Michaels blends mystery, drama and a touch of romance for the third in her Lost & Found series, as the siblings set out to unravel a cold case connected to a mysterious armoire."-- Provided by publisher.
The Heart’s Choice by Tracie Peterson.
Rebecca McCutcheon is the first female court reporter in Montana. During a murder trial she's covering, she's convinced that the defendant is innocent, but no one but the handsome new Carnegie librarian, Mark Andrews, will listen to her. In a race against time, will they be able to find the evidence to free the man before it's too late?
I Have Alot to Say by D. E. Maddox.
D. E. Maddox is a mother, grandmother and employed in a food chain pharmacy. Her sole purpose for this book is [to] model and demonstrate the power of your voice and writing communication to be heard by local authorities and business leadership.
Unlocking the Secrets of Parenting by Bob Zen.
Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a very common neurodevelopmental disorder in childhood. Children with ADHD may have trouble paying attention, control impulsive behaviors (may act without thinking about what the result will be), or be overly active. But it doesn't mean your child is any less capable. Richard Branson, the Billionaire entrepreneur, also suffered from ADHD, and now he is one the richest and most successful people on the planet. Not only he but countless other successful people around the world have also suffered from ADHD. Right parenting and ADHD treatment can make all the difference...
Easy/Juvenile/Young Adult/Graphic Novel
Our Great Big Backyard by Laura Bush & Jenna Bush Hager. E
Our Great Big Backyard follows Jane, whose plans of spending the summer playing video games with her friends are dashed when her parents announce that her family is going on a road trip to national parks around the country. Yet somewhere between the Everglades and Big Bend National Park, things begin to change. Jane starts paying attention to the magnificent sights and spends less time looking at her screen. The stunning views open up her imagination as she and her brother see everything that nature has to offer. And the more Jane discovers, the more she realizes how much there is to love about the outdoors--whether she's in a national park across the country or right in her own backyard.
Parachute Kids by Betty C. Tang. J GN
Feng-Li can't wait to discover America with her family! But after an action-packed vacation, her parents deliver shocking news: They are returning to Taiwan and leaving Feng-Li and her older siblings in California on their own. Suddenly, the three kids must fend for themselves in a strange new world--and get along. Starting a new school, learning a new language, and trying to make new friends while managing a household is hard enough, but Bro and Sis's constant bickering makes everything worse. Thankfully, there are some hilarious moments to balance the stress and loneliness. But as tensions escalate--and all three kids get tangled in a web of bad choices--can Feng-Li keep her family together?
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