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By Pam Jackson

Veni is a Pumi puppy from Hungary, but she has recently been adopted by a new family from the United States and moves to their ranch in California. In this collection of letters, Veni describes her new life for her auntie back home.

At first, she doesn’t think it’s fair that she has to leave her old home, learn English, and learn to get along with her new doggie housemates—Levi, another Pumi who teases her, and Demi, a standard poodle who hates her right from the start. What’s more, it seems her new human mom trains dogs for a living, and now Veni has to learn to be on her best behavior all the time. And that’s not easy for a dog who likes to get into so much trouble! She also exchanges letters with some puppy pen pals and runs the risk of getting sent to Soledog Dog Prison due to her wicked ways.

Written with humor from a puppy’s perspective, Veni, Vidi, Vici shares the crazy events of one dog’s first years with her new family.


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By Pam Jackson

Veni is a Pumi puppy from Hungary, but she has recently been adopted by a new family from the United States and moves to their ranch in California. In this collection of letters, Veni describes her new life for her auntie back home.

At first, she doesn’t think it’s fair that she has to leave her old home, learn English, and learn to get along with her new doggie housemates—Levi, another Pumi who teases her, and Demi, a standard poodle who hates her right from the start. What’s more, it seems her new human mom trains dogs for a living, and now Veni has to learn to be on her best behavior all the time. And that’s not easy for a dog who likes to get into so much trouble! She also exchanges letters with some puppy pen pals and runs the risk of getting sent to Soledog Dog Prison due to her wicked ways.

Written with humor from a puppy’s perspective, Veni, Vidi, Vici shares the crazy events of one dog’s first years with her new family.


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By Michael A. Connelly

Ronnie Leigh is born with a disfigured face and a questionable “gift” of unusual intuition inherited from his mother. He gets off to a rocky start in life, with behavioral and personality problems compounded in that he knows, from an early age, that most people are immediately “put off” by his appearance…and that some even dislike him on sight.

With the help of his understanding and loving parents and a caring child psychologist, Ronnie learns to appreciate what he does have, and not dwell on what he does not. What he has innately are intelligence and athletic ability, and what he learns through early adversity are persistence, perspective, the value of hard work in the classroom and on the baseball field…and, for him especially, the healing, calming, and strengthening power of vigorous exercise, beyond what most people are capable of.

Ronnie struggles to make close friends, even as strives to advance as a pitcher in the Boston Red Sox minor-league system. Meanwhile, he has a good heart, extraordinary fighting skills, and that gift/curse of special intuition…the combination of which forces him to make some difficult decisions, and eventually to undertake some dangerous and extreme but ultimately necessary actions.


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By Nancy May

Sixteen year old Benjamin McDowell –a wrestler and an honor student – is entering his junior year of high school and still not fitting in; either at home, where the family dog Rosie and his autistic brother get most of his mother’s attention, or at school, where his teammates taunt him over being a bookworm.

Life is pretty bad when you’re jealous of an old mutt and an autistic brother, Benjamin thinks to himself. If only he knew how to talk to girls, he could achieve both his goals: get a reasonably hot looking girlfriend and thus, get respect from his wrestling teammates.

But communication doesn’t come easy in the McDowell family. Ben’s mother has better conversations with Rosie the dog than she does with him. His older brother, Johnny can only communicate by singing Beatles’ songs. His younger tattletale sister Elizabeth has her own problems dealing with the gossipy dance team. Ben’s father, meanwhile, keeps his wishes for Ben short and to the point: make top grades and be a champion wrestler.

Through his love of reading, Ben meets Emily and life takes a happy turn until circumstances intervene beyond their control. Ben must learn to deal with his family dramas, a school bully and most of all, with his own insecurities.


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By Michael A. Connelly

Ronnie Leigh is born with a disfigured face and a questionable “gift” of unusual intuition inherited from his mother. He gets off to a rocky start in life, with behavioral and personality problems compounded in that he knows, from an early age, that most people are immediately “put off” by his appearance…and that some even dislike him on sight.

With the help of his understanding and loving parents and a caring child psychologist, Ronnie learns to appreciate what he does have, and not dwell on what he does not. What he has innately are intelligence and athletic ability, and what he learns through early adversity are persistence, perspective, the value of hard work in the classroom and on the baseball field…and, for him especially, the healing, calming, and strengthening power of vigorous exercise, beyond what most people are capable of.

Ronnie struggles to make close friends, even as strives to advance as a pitcher in the Boston Red Sox minor-league system. Meanwhile, he has a good heart, extraordinary fighting skills, and that gift/curse of special intuition…the combination of which forces him to make some difficult decisions, and eventually to undertake some dangerous and extreme but ultimately necessary actions.


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By Nancy May

Sixteen year old Benjamin McDowell –a wrestler and an honor student – is entering his junior year of high school and still not fitting in; either at home, where the family dog Rosie and his autistic brother get most of his mother’s attention, or at school, where his teammates taunt him over being a bookworm.

Life is pretty bad when you’re jealous of an old mutt and an autistic brother, Benjamin thinks to himself. If only he knew how to talk to girls, he could achieve both his goals: get a reasonably hot looking girlfriend and thus, get respect from his wrestling teammates.

But communication doesn’t come easy in the McDowell family. Ben’s mother has better conversations with Rosie the dog than she does with him. His older brother, Johnny can only communicate by singing Beatles’ songs. His younger tattletale sister Elizabeth has her own problems dealing with the gossipy dance team. Ben’s father, meanwhile, keeps his wishes for Ben short and to the point: make top grades and be a champion wrestler.

Through his love of reading, Ben meets Emily and life takes a happy turn until circumstances intervene beyond their control. Ben must learn to deal with his family dramas, a school bully and most of all, with his own insecurities.


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By Nancy May

Sixteen year old Benjamin McDowell –a wrestler and an honor student – is entering his junior year of high school and still not fitting in; either at home, where the family dog Rosie and his autistic brother get most of his mother’s attention, or at school, where his teammates taunt him over being a bookworm.

Life is pretty bad when you’re jealous of an old mutt and an autistic brother, Benjamin thinks to himself. If only he knew how to talk to girls, he could achieve both his goals: get a reasonably hot looking girlfriend and thus, get respect from his wrestling teammates.

But communication doesn’t come easy in the McDowell family. Ben’s mother has better conversations with Rosie the dog than she does with him. His older brother, Johnny can only communicate by singing Beatles’ songs. His younger tattletale sister Elizabeth has her own problems dealing with the gossipy dance team. Ben’s father, meanwhile, keeps his wishes for Ben short and to the point: make top grades and be a champion wrestler.

Through his love of reading, Ben meets Emily and life takes a happy turn until circumstances intervene beyond their control. Ben must learn to deal with his family dramas, a school bully and most of all, with his own insecurities.


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By Sally Parker Frizzell

Have you ever thought about completely changing your life? Maybe circumstances have changed, or maybe you are bored with things the way they are. Whatever the reason, you feel the need for a change. But unlike Mr. and Mrs. Kettlepan, few of us have the chance to make big changes in our lives.

Author Sally Parker Frizzell’s The Amazing Adventures of the Kettlepans and Their Animal Friends is the story of a New York City couple who, tired of the hubbub of the city, remake their lives. They move to a farm in New Hampshire and soon discover the farmhouse isn’t exactly their dream home. With the farmhouse in need of major repairs inside and out, they live in an RV while work is being done. They find wild animals popping up and causing problems around the house. These aren’t ordinary animals, though. They can talk and drive. But it’s not just the animals that take them by surprise. One day without warning, the former owners cause a scare when they show up as ghosts while the Kettlepans are in the house. Another day, carpenters uncover a long-kept secret as they rip out walls.

The Amazing Adventures of the Kettlepans and Their Animal Friends takes you on a journey of mystery, excitement, and fun. This isn’t your ordinary farm!


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By Sally Parker Frizzell

Have you ever thought about completely changing your life? Maybe circumstances have changed, or maybe you are bored with things the way they are. Whatever the reason, you feel the need for a change. But unlike Mr. and Mrs. Kettlepan, few of us have the chance to make big changes in our lives.

Author Sally Parker Frizzell’s The Amazing Adventures of the Kettlepans and Their Animal Friends is the story of a New York City couple who, tired of the hubbub of the city, remake their lives. They move to a farm in New Hampshire and soon discover the farmhouse isn’t exactly their dream home. With the farmhouse in need of major repairs inside and out, they live in an RV while work is being done. They find wild animals popping up and causing problems around the house. These aren’t ordinary animals, though. They can talk and drive. But it’s not just the animals that take them by surprise. One day without warning, the former owners cause a scare when they show up as ghosts while the Kettlepans are in the house. Another day, carpenters uncover a long-kept secret as they rip out walls.

The Amazing Adventures of the Kettlepans and Their Animal Friends takes you on a journey of mystery, excitement, and fun. This isn’t your ordinary farm!


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By Steven H. Propp

It’s three years later, and the grandkids are growing… but so are the life challenges they face! Some of them are dealing with the additional issues created by attending junior high and high school. They’re playing football and basketball; participating in cheerleading competitions; building castles and dioramas for school projects; attending birthday parties and swim parties; making and revising their Christmas Lists; and generally keeping their parents and grandparents busy, with all of their activities and interests.

There are more and more things they need to learn how to do, such as multiplication and division; how to ride a skateboard, or a bike; how to bake cookies; how to swim without touching the bottom of the pool; how to play the guitar; how to compute the tip to leave at a restaurant; how to download games and apps to a new mobile device; and much more.

The questions they pose for Papa and Nana are getting more complex, too. Beginning with simpler questions like “Do whales eat people?”; “Can vampires come in the house if they’re not invited?”; and “Is that a boy fish, or a girl fish?” they progress to more complex inquiries, such as, “Can animals talk?”; “Do other planets have days, like we do?”; “Do you believe in global warming?”; “What’s it like to be an adult?”; “What do you think about the Big Bang?”; and “Do you believe in God?”

Whether they’re going to the Zoo; hosting a video game party; deciding which music video to watch first; visiting Papa at work; trying to cross a muddy path in the Nature Walk; reading a popular series of books; posting pictures on social media websites; dancing a Zumba workout; or making a Father’s Day card, the activities and mishaps recounted in this book may help you to better appreciate the joy, wonder, and beauty of young people—and reinforce your belief in the ultimate and indispensable value of FAMILY.


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By Steven H. Propp

It’s three years later, and the grandkids are growing… but so are the life challenges they face! Some of them are dealing with the additional issues created by attending junior high and high school. They’re playing football and basketball; participating in cheerleading competitions; building castles and dioramas for school projects; attending birthday parties and swim parties; making and revising their Christmas Lists; and generally keeping their parents and grandparents busy, with all of their activities and interests.

There are more and more things they need to learn how to do, such as multiplication and division; how to ride a skateboard, or a bike; how to bake cookies; how to swim without touching the bottom of the pool; how to play the guitar; how to compute the tip to leave at a restaurant; how to download games and apps to a new mobile device; and much more.

The questions they pose for Papa and Nana are getting more complex, too. Beginning with simpler questions like “Do whales eat people?”; “Can vampires come in the house if they’re not invited?”; and “Is that a boy fish, or a girl fish?” they progress to more complex inquiries, such as, “Can animals talk?”; “Do other planets have days, like we do?”; “Do you believe in global warming?”; “What’s it like to be an adult?”; “What do you think about the Big Bang?”; and “Do you believe in God?”

Whether they’re going to the Zoo; hosting a video game party; deciding which music video to watch first; visiting Papa at work; trying to cross a muddy path in the Nature Walk; reading a popular series of books; posting pictures on social media websites; dancing a Zumba workout; or making a Father’s Day card, the activities and mishaps recounted in this book may help you to better appreciate the joy, wonder, and beauty of young people—and reinforce your belief in the ultimate and indispensable value of FAMILY.


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By Deirdre M. Silvestri

It’s a beautiful, clear spring day, and soon the cherry blossoms will fall from the trees and blanket the ground like snow. This season promises to be extraordinary, but it won’t be the same without Da, who passed away at Christmastime. Finn O’Brine stares out the window, taking it all in. He can’t believe his father will never spend time with him again. And he can’t believe there’s a bat at his window—talking to him.

Before his death, Mr. O’Brine told Finn many stories about colossal dragons, sorcery, and the magic of Wickum Mannor in Ireland—but they couldn’t possibly be real, right? Wrong! Magic runs in the O’Brine family; it’s part of their heritage.

Now thirteen, Finn will begin to show signs of his magical inheritance any day now. It’s time for Finn; his twin sister, Neave; his younger brother, Jack; and his mother, Ailish, to leave the comfort of their home in America and journey to Wickum Manor themselves. They expect a summerlong adventure, but the O’Brine children may not be as ready as they think. With all the fantastic things to experience and discover on the four-hundred-acre estate, will Finn want to enroll at the magical Wickum Academy, or will he choose to return to his friends and classes in America at summer’s end?


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By Mark Francis
Willie smiled that big farm boy smile and waved; Max smiled and waved back and the years that had separated them melted away. The two farm boys were going on another fishing trip together. Instead of worms for bait they were going to use memories to catch something more elusive than a trout or bass. They were fishing for an old friendship which had been swimming around just under the surface of their consciousness for over forty years.
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By Deirdre M. Silvestri

It’s a beautiful, clear spring day, and soon the cherry blossoms will fall from the trees and blanket the ground like snow. This season promises to be extraordinary, but it won’t be the same without Da, who passed away at Christmastime. Finn O’Brine stares out the window, taking it all in. He can’t believe his father will never spend time with him again. And he can’t believe there’s a bat at his window—talking to him.

Before his death, Mr. O’Brine told Finn many stories about colossal dragons, sorcery, and the magic of Wickum Mannor in Ireland—but they couldn’t possibly be real, right? Wrong! Magic runs in the O’Brine family; it’s part of their heritage.

Now thirteen, Finn will begin to show signs of his magical inheritance any day now. It’s time for Finn; his twin sister, Neave; his younger brother, Jack; and his mother, Ailish, to leave the comfort of their home in America and journey to Wickum Manor themselves. They expect a summerlong adventure, but the O’Brine children may not be as ready as they think. With all the fantastic things to experience and discover on the four-hundred-acre estate, will Finn want to enroll at the magical Wickum Academy, or will he choose to return to his friends and classes in America at summer’s end?


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By Mark Francis
Willie smiled that big farm boy smile and waved; Max smiled and waved back and the years that had separated them melted away. The two farm boys were going on another fishing trip together. Instead of worms for bait they were going to use memories to catch something more elusive than a trout or bass. They were fishing for an old friendship which had been swimming around just under the surface of their consciousness for over forty years.
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