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Yes, bears sometimes eat squirrels. But can they still be friends? Find out in this clever picture book that’s perfect for preschoolers. The other bears said, “Squirrel would make a good midnight snack!” Bear said, “Squirrel’s my friend. I would never eat a friend.” But what happens if Bear gets really, really hungry? Squirrel has just the solution! This story about the power and bond of friendship will warm the hearts—and tickle the funny bones—of everyone who reads it.
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Outsmarting the Riptide of Domestic Violence: Metaphor and Mindfulness for Change by Dr. Pat Pernicano translates issues central to domestic violence recovery into metaphorical stories and mindfulness narratives that will facilitate the change process. The stories are intended to be use in conjunction with trauma-focused interventions in order to reduce troubling symptoms, address risk and relapse-potential, change relational patterns, and remediate attachment deficits
Family-Focused Trauma Intervention: Using Metaphor and Play with Victims of Abuse and Neglect translates issues central to abuse and neglect recovery into metaphorical stories and family-based interventions, focusing specifically on parent-child interaction and trauma. The stories and interventions reduce troubling symptoms, address family risk and relapse potential, treat cross-generational patterns, and remediate attachment deficits. It is a book for a variety of practitioners, including psychologists, social workers, counselors, and expressive therapists.
Nothing in life is to be feared. It is only to be understood. (Marie Curie) The nature of people is to shun the unknown, which is what a handful of people in the town of Springdale were doing to Charlie Goodbear. Charlie Goodbear by Tom Thunderhorse is an inspirational tale about the lives of a few small town folks and a good-hearted and misunderstood man named Charlie. The book begins with a detailed explanation of the characters and the town of Springdale. Thunderhorses perfect description of the stereotypical small town life makes you feel close to the characters. It is as if you are part of the gang and not just a silent spectator. The story unfolds only to pull you deeper into the lives of these colorful characters. A wonderful element this book has to offer is humor, and more than one kind. This book will have its reader laughing as well as sitting in silent amusement at some particular quirk. Do not think for one minute that this book is a comedy, however, it will have you near tears at some points too. A word of warning to all the books potential readers: This book is religious! Thats right, Ive said the R word. However, what is more important for those who are sensitive about the aforementioned R word, it is not preachy. This story does not attempt to convert you or convince you of the benefits of believing what these characters do believe. Feel safe, people of all faiths, your beliefs are out of harm's way, so if you can get past the rest of it, just sit back and enjoy the tale. Charlie Goodbear offers an ending that can only be described as bittersweet, but I will not spoil it for any potential readers who may be reading this. You will just have to acquire a copy of this wonderful book for yourself. When I stand before God at the end of my life, I would hope that I would not have a single bit of talent left and could say, I used everything you gave me. ~Erma Bombeck "I have known Tom Thunderhorse for a good amount of time now and knowing him has made this book all the more enjoyable for me. I could hear his voice in my head as I read and his sense of humor and personality comes though in every character. I feel very touched to have been given the opportunity to enjoy his novel before it becomes available to the rest of the world and truly blessed to have met him." ~This Review By, Christina Malley
The sight of a pathway brings to mind many things. Beaten down into the earth from the plodding of those before, it leads and guides us along a journey. There're obstacles, new discoveries, up and downs, twists and turns, and always, the unknown around the bend. What you'll experience along its way is a mystery. However, knowing where it will end, we proceed by faith with a look back from time to time, to see and reflect just where we've been-to rest just a moment, if you will. Such is life. A Pilgrim's Path is the exposition of such a journey that isn't much unlike your own. In his first professionally published work, author Wes Henry, sheds light on the reality of the human experience in a style that wreaks Kentuckian, and how it relates to the divine want of God's hand upon us. In this collection of daily living he brings the reader amidst the shadowy hills of Appalachia, along the rock strewn banks of the Elkhorn creek, through the furrows of a tobacco field and hoed garden rows, to city streets in the capital of the Commonwealth, and more, all along a pathway towards home. A new perspective will be yours in the reading and reading again of this seasonal arrangement of common things with eternal effects. Simply, it will cause you to consider your own plight along A Pilgrim's Path. Travelin' On, Wesley Henry

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