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"Awesome book for young girls.... and old ones too!. Every little girl and big girl should read it; it is inspiring; perfect for girls looking for idols or women to look up to! Great gift idea for any little ladies!" amazon.com
 
(Madonna, Oprah, Eleanor Roosevelt, Jane Fonda, Beyoncé, Michelle Obama, Ellen DeGeneres, Sheryl Sandberg, Serena Williams, Audrey Hepburn) There’s no two ways about it—being a teenage girl is hard. There are so many questions for us to consider: “What is my passion? What are my greatest strengths? What are my life’s priorities? Who do I want to be, and how can I become her?”
 
Learn about ten of the most famous, powerful, successful women of our era and those who influenced them, and the challenges they faced in achieving success. From Madonna to Serena Williams to Audrey Hepburn, you’re sure to discover yourself in at least one of their life stories, and find the inspiration to make your own dreams come true!

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Children's Books | Transitions: 66 | Date: 2018-05-03

Most people anticipate a success story that describes a character’s (real life or fictional) triumph from rags to riches.
 
What if we turn the tables and read about an already “lucky” character who was practically born with a silver spoon in her mouth, looks down upon others who have less than her or who don’t meet her standards, feels entitled to get what she desires from others, and gets away with countless bullying antics at school since her father knows what strings to pull to get her out of trouble? Meet Serendipity (a.k.a. Serene), who needs to be humbled in her world of entitlement to fill the endless void she is trying to fill.
 
How will she turn from her vacant and selfish ways if she doesn’t have God in her life? Does she need to lose everything and go from riches to rags to find her purpose in the life that God intended for her?

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Children's Books | Transitions: 66 | Date: 2018-05-03

For those that believe the bonds of Love are eternal.
 
Cartoon adventures about a teenage boy and his deceased mother, who manages to reincarnate as a feisty, funny, colorful parrot, so that they may continue on with their lives together. Love is Eternal!
 
Jason (Jay) is a 17 year old 6’5” 225 pound, stocky teenager, with sandy-blonde hair, blue-green eyes, and fair skin with freckles across his nose. His arms are much longer than normal, so nothing fits him down to his wrists. He also has very large feet (size 16!). Since he is so tall, he always has a bit of a slump to his broad shoulders. He loves animals, cars, playing video games, and his favorite outdoor activity, Paintball. He is usually a quiet, shy kid, but with a very high IQ, and well liked among his friends. When he talks, people listen
 
Paintball is a colorful, funny, quirky, clever, smart-mouthed, and sophisticated little parrot, who is actually Jay’s reincarnated mother, who has recently passed away. She beats all odds in coming back in to Jay's life, so they could continue their life together. She never takes no for an answer, tries to see the best in everyone, and is fiercely protective of her family.

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Children's Books | Transitions: 57 | Date: 2018-05-03


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