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Paco the Crying Donkey

by Cheryl Hibbard

The sing-along narrative and Caribbean-style illustrations encourage even shy participants to join in the fun in this story/one-act play. Born and raised in Trinidad, author Francis Choo Yin has fond memories of the popular calypso songs... Read More

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The Balloon of Discovery

by Cheryl Hibbard

This educational primer for youth is disguised as fanciful fiction offering a bit of magic and mystery. Steve Sheridan’s first children’s book, "The Balloon of Discovery", is a bit of fanciful fiction disguising an educational primer... Read More

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The Cat and the Lizard

by Cheryl Hibbard

Family dysfunction meets the beauty of a Greek island in a story about family, control, and the damage done. Judy Marks’s new book, "The Cat and the Lizard", is a complex story about a family, a collection of assorted friends, and a... Read More

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Looking for Africa in America

by Cheryl Hibbard

A fresh and provocative book examines cultural values that African Americans have lost in the post-slavery generations. A young man must return to the village of his slave ancestors to discover the original cultural values lost to... Read More

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Just Gone

by Cheryl Hibbard

With innovative characters, this short novel for beginning adult readers ties mystical urban legends with inner-city life. The Rapid Reads series, a collection of short, easy to read novels featuring contemporary themes, is intended for... Read More

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Brave Hearts

by Cheryl Hibbard

The mood and reality of WWII are captured with historical accuracy in this gritty melodrama. Best known for her mystery novels, Carolyn Hart has published more than four dozen books over the course of her career. With twenty-one titles... Read More

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A Fag for Her Fifties

by Cheryl Hibbard

Taking back the other “F” word, a gay author revels in Super-Fag-alicious-ness. Writing under the pseudonym B MacGregor, the author of "A Fag for Her Fifties" is a proud gay man who wholeheartedly and unabashedly advocates embracing... Read More

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Parent Power

by Cheryl Hibbard

Controversial book says rights of children are more important than rights of parents, and the law should step in more aggressively. Suggesting that children are exploited in a society that does not properly value the institution of... Read More

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