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Tracing the Stormbird's Descent cover

From the heartland of America comes this cycle of poems honoring the diverse peoples of the Great Northern Plains and beyond, reflecting a multigenerational healing quest to plant the tree of reconciliation among the sons and daughters of natives and immigrants. Cross-cultural insights and Baha’i themes combine brilliantly, like the lightning that heralds the golden eagle, to illuminate the vision for this New Day.

 

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The Fibonacci Murders cover

"I start with zero. Nobody dies today." The strange note delivered to Lieutenant Detective Rick Peller of the Howard County, Maryland, police was just the beginning. Soon Peller and his colleagues find themselves chasing a cunning killer who is basing his crimes on the Fibonacci series, a mathematical sequence in which each number is the sum of the preceding two. And the only thing Peller knows for sure is that the series never ends.

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Babysitter Blues cover

Fourteen-year-old Evan feels like there's no tomorrow. He's trapped in an unending cycle of babysitting his much younger half-siblings while his mom juggles work and classes. His has little memory of his father, who died when he was young, and his mother has just divorced the stepfather to whom he had grown close. A gang of bullies at his school delights in tormenting him. But a sympathetic English teacher and a new friend, Nava, help him to see that sometimes what seems to be a hopeless situation really isn't.

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Edith Rose's home for eleven years has been a group home, her brothers and sisters other orphaned and homeless children.  Periodically the social worker, Mrs. Clemson, tries to place Edith Rose in a foster home, but she finds little love and no understanding and is inevitably returned.  When Mrs. Clemson announces to Edith Rose that another family is interested in fostering her, Edith Rose is sure that she will shortly be back, but this time something different will happen...

Lonesome Edith Rose, Palestinian Ahmed, young zoo lion Cubby, and schoolgirl Julia—who suddenly finds her world literally colorless—will entertain you in this collection of seven delightful stories by Ron Tomanio, author of Lilly and Peggy.

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Soldiering cover

Ever thought of pioneering?  From 1968 to 1973, Christopher Ruhe and his young family pioneered in Honduras.  Traveling on a wing and a prayer—for starters, none of them spoke Spanish—they had to learn everything on the job.  While struggling to overcome challenges as diverse as unfamiliar food, tropical maladies, poisonous reptiles, locals with ulterior motives, and actual warfare, they learned a lot about themselves and others, grew to love their adopted country, and even succeeded in their mission!

By the way, Christopher is also an award-winning singer/songwriter, a blues/jazz musician originally from Kansas City, Kansas. He's graciously provided us with two of his albums, Long Way from Kansas City (with The Howland Wolves) and Prayin' Twice (with The Blazin' Band) to give you as thank-you when you purchase Soldiering. Feel free to pick one!

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Kaleidoscope II cover

The October Writers Group (Edye York, Barbara Edwards Marino, Richard Eugene Andre, Barbra Badger, Adrienne Ellis Reeves, and Susan P. Millett) presents Kaleidoscope II, a collection of reflections on our times with a smattering of reminiscences from decades past.

This unique collection offers fiction born of true-life experience, poetry to lift the spirit, insights, and an intriguing chapter from an unpublished novel by Adrienne Ellis Reeves.

This is an anthology written by elders for their peers and their progeny. Read, share, and enjoy.

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Interconnectedness CD label

In this CD, Ron Tomanio and his daughter, Laurel Sabera, read original poems.  Some address eternal questions of Life and Spirit, some revolve around the Baha'i Faith, and some are just for fun!  The profound and the whimsical dance together delightfully in this collection.  Two of the poems included also appear in the book Edith Rose and Friends.

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Julia's Rainbow DVD label

Author Ron Tomanio reads his children's story "Julia's Rainbow" from the book Edith Rose and Friends in this beautiful DVD presentation illustrated by Anne Marks. This tale of learning to see with your own eyes will delight you and your children.

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The Bond Joining East and West cover

In his time, Keith de Folo has been acquainted with well-known Bahá’ís, observed religion and politics in faraway countries, and witnessed firsthand the dawning of what we now refer to as “globalization”. Whether writing about a Nepali poet or illegal immigrants in the U.S., his Bahá’í insights into events on the world stage give us a different perspective from most writers commenting on the late 20th century. This collection draws from his experiences in Italy, Sri Lanka, Nepal (where he was a member of the first National Spiritual Assembly), Myanmar, and the United States to paint a vivid canvas of a world in change; a world whose similarities, however obscured by chance and circumstance, are greater than its differences.