The Art of Relating
Hu•man•u•nity - recognize that our true singular point of identity is that we are all human – and that the strength to bring about true, positive, and lasting changes comes from our unity. The Art of Relating- relating to one another is the totality of our existence. Given the right tools, we can transform our existence to the level of art.
And This Is Love: A Poetic Documentary of Life and Love
And This is Love: a poetic documentary of life and love - these raw, authentic, and inspiring poems follow the author’s personal journey of love.
Kimberly Batchelor Davis
Conquering the Darkness, The Triumph over Depression
Apersonal account from Kimberly Batchelor Davis on how she dealt with one of the darkest periods of her life.
Kimberly Batchelor Davis
Look Daddy, There's a Bunny
A young reader’s book with colorful, vibrant animal pictures, which help in identification for young kids with coloring pages in the back of the book.
Murder on Sugar Island
Murder on Sugar Island - this fast-paced mystery takes place on an island in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. This riveting thriller is full of twists that will keep you turning pages all the way to the shocking end.
The Sound of My Pain
The Sound of My Pain - plagued by painful memories of heartache, deceit, shame, and abandonment until the author rediscovers her love of poetry which helps her regain her power and reclaim her voice.
Shattered Crimson - a single young mother carries an emotional hole in her heart from her childhood. She has managed to conceal the pain, but she becomes narcissistic and inattentive mother. Will she be able to make the only decision that can save her son’s life?
It Takes Ten Years to Become an Overnight Sensation
The year-by-year story of her first ten years as a business owner. How she started. How she endured. Lessons learned. Ideas for you.
Feel Better, Mommy
Abby's mom has a boo boo, so her Nana takes her to the hospital to visit. Follow Abby's adventures as she finds a magical bed that moves, takes her teddy on a wheelchair ride, and learns that spending time with her mom can make a hospital feel like home.
Who Stole the Zmulobeast
A humorous detective story for middle school-aged children. The story introduces the Pi in the Sky Squad, a crew of (mostly) kid detectives
No Time To Hate
Author Craig Rush shares the story of his 2nd great grandfather Lexius Henson, one of the richest Mulatto men in the pre and post Civil war in Augusta Georgia. Owner of Lexius Henson's Exchange Saloon and restaurant. Lexius hosted generals on both sides of the Civil war including Sherman and Lee, as well as governors ,mayors, princes, Rockefeller, Carnegie, Fairchild and Morgan. Because of their respect for his establishment and his business acumen , Lexius was able to influence and change the mindset of these powerful men towards race relations. Lexius's philosophy and mission was to purvey that there is only one race, the human race. No ink on paper could ascertain the importance of his existence.
Phrebbel The Phrongol's Vacation Pictures
Phrebbel The Phrongol from planet Phrongolia recently took many pictures while vacationing on planet Earth. He needs help identifying the pictures in his photo album because he has never seen these things before. Can you help him? This is a full color picture book designed to inspire critical thinking in.
There is No Death, Only Life
Maria is truly remarkable local psychic medium who wants people to understand the truth that there is no death. Read her client testimonies that verify she has helped them connect and receive comforting guidance from their loved ones on the inner side. Foreword by celebrity psychic, Thomas John.
The Field Trip
The Field Trip - although clumsy with women, botany professor Ross Barton possesses the quality of fearlessness when confronting danger. Rumors are spreading about odd lights in the night skies of New England when he runs into an awkward young woman on a solitary hike into the forest with a concealed box.
Kimberly Batchelor Davis
Rose and the Enchanted Seven
A princess in the kingdom of Detroit must battle an ancient evil to save her home, her family and herself from this great evil
I Never Saw My Dog Again- Bud's Story
Bud is the happiest dog in the world. His Boy, JR, is about to turn thirteen, and a whole summer of adventure and fun awaits them! That is, until an unexpected discovery hidden deep in a mysterious island threatens to change their lives forever.
Gwendolyn Rose Forrest
Dreams, Deeds and Design
Dreams, Deeds, and Destiny: Purpose and Possibility in the Space Age - read Ode to Belle Island other poems with empowering messages inspired by the city of Detroit.
Suspense, drama and romance in a Detroit setting. Will meeting a tall, handsome stranger be the answer to her prayers or will Madison lose herself and everything she has worked for?
Dead Mom Disease
A memoir of a grieving teenage girl who wants to tell the truth about losing her mother. She finds out that condolences don’t always come in the form of words from the people who matter most
Osei Kofi and the Golden Stool
An illustrated fable of true things: it tells, in the form of traditional heroic lore, a story of the creation of the actual throne of Asante by the first chief of the united Asante people, Osei Kofi Tutu I.
Jasmne Palmer Gray
R.E.S.P.E.C.T: A Woman's Worth
In this self-help book you will discover a woman’s value and worth empowered by and building upon the seven Godly attributes rather than society’s standards.
The Way to Be From A to Z
Whooo do you want to be when you grow up? This is a far more important question than what do you want to be when you grow up. The kind of person you want to be as an adult takes root now, while you are growing. As you read The Way to Be From A to Z, you will see how easy it is to truly be the who you aspire to be. (Oh and by the way, it is never too late to grow and become the who you know you can be!)
The Snitch, the Witch, and The One Who Was Rich
This book is a story for all ages! Children love the pictures and the rhymes, while adults will appreciate the sophisticated moral and philosophical themes within the story itself! Contains strong themes about empathy/perspective taking, courtesy, respect, consideration, compassion, generosity, forgiveness, humility, and time management.
Kari Jo Wagner
In this colorful, dynamic ABC book, young readers take an alphabetic trip through the wonderful places and things that make the city of Detroit so unique! ABCDetroit is a hardcover 8.5x8.5 book with full color pages and bright illustrations that draw young readers in. Each page has a two line rhyme describing the things we love about the D! Perfect for ages 2 and up.