The Navigator (The Viana Memoirs)
by Dailey, L. Katherine
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This wonderful little book that speaks from the heart of a young boy helps us remember those good times.
Once in a great while a publisher is privileged to receive a book that reaches out and touches the heart with joy and allows the spirit to soar into the past unencumbered. Ragamuffins of the Fifth Ward is just such a book. A series of vignettes about growing up in the 1960s, it speaks out with all the innocence and exuberance of a young boy who, along with his friends, finds happiness in simply living. Before the days of computer games and 24/7 multi-channel television programing, youngsters entertained themselves by exercisingtheir ingenuity and imagination. Those days, now long gone, are delightfully captured and relived by Charles Novinskie in this very special trip back to his childhood, and he invites us to come along. It is a trip well worth taking.
Ragamuffins of the Fifth Ward
by Charles Novinskie
A book of poetry in French and English.
This is a collection that can be read over and over. It gently wraps your soul in an uplifting cloud and restores your hope that not all writing has to be harsh or cruel to make a point. If you are looking to have daily positive thoughts then keep this little gem next to your bedside. Makes for the perfect gift.
Poetry, by Clementine de Blanzat
A children’s book in both English and Spanish; a true story. This delightful story tells how author Marilyn Magee saved the lives of three tiny baby bunnies. They were raised by her friend Becky, who named them Rascal, Jasper, and Sweet Pea. Their story appeals to youngsters from 4-10 years of age and is written in English and Spanish. This is the perfect book for children and adults alike who are learning to speak English.
Becky and the Bunnies
by Marilyn Magee