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debbe-kennedy's picture
Feb.02.2010
A practical guide for leaders at all levels that changes the prevailing rules of how to think, behave, and operate in the 21st Century… --- Illuminates five qualities for leaders and innovators at every level. --- Provides a proven step-by-step process for creating powerful teams based on...
debra-darvick's picture
Dec.30.2009
In ninety-four words and thirty-plus photos, I love Jewish faces turns the image of the Yiddishe punim (Jewish face) its head. This picture book mirrors today's Jewish community. Jews come in every shape, size and color.  No matter where they come from or what they look like, their faces are...
rana-diorio's picture
Oct.26.2009
What Does It Mean To Be Global? is an engaging children's storybook about community, traditions, values and diversity. Targeted at 4 - 7 year olds, this special picture book will help parents and educators to teach children how to think globally in a whimsical yet thought-provoking way. Versions...
emilie-richards's picture
Jul.06.2009
Meet four women who think they have nothing in common except the oyster-shell road that runs between their ramshackle beach cottages on a spit of land called Happiness Key.  When her husband is sent to prison, pampered Tracy Deloche is left with twenty-five acres of Florida Gulf Coast sand, five...
dakota-lane's picture
Nov.15.2008
A new form of graphic novel with 12 fictional vignettes illustrated with hundreds of photographs of non-acting teen girls.
terry-j-healey's picture
Feb.01.2008
Open My Eyes, Open My Soul is a poignant collection of stories and poems about the human family and the challenges and triumphs of overcoming racism and strengthening our connections. With contributions from human rights advocates, celebrities, and writers from all walks of life, Open My Eyes, Open...
firoozeh-dumas's picture
Dec.19.2007
Funny in Farsi is a series of 27 humorous vignettes chronicling my family's immigration to America from Abadan, Iran.  We came here in 1972 when there were few Iranians in the United States. The one time we ran into an Iranian was at the mall (of course!). The excitement, awe and relief was...