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Thanksgiving is one of the most-loved holidays in North America. Make the day even more enjoyable with:
*Classic Thanksgiving recipes - along with a few new ones - to prepare a feast appropriate for the day
*Blessings from many cultures
*A history of the holiday, including differing perspectives of the Puritans and the Native Americans
*Music, readings, and activities to enhance the festivity
*Customs from around the world to inspire a celebration that reflects your own personal style
The ideas, tips, and suggestions in Thanksgiving Joy are designed to help you create a memorable holiday, whether you will be hosting a dinner for the first time, will be on your own, or are simply looking for a few fresh ideas to enhance an already-traditional celebration.
Charming vintage illustrations throughout.
What's Up, Cody?
Life in Grayson’s pasture is tough for a little cowbird named Cody. Pop wants to teach him new things – scary things. His best friend Wally means well but is forever getting him in trouble. Now, there’s a newcomer in the pasture – a bully who’s picking on Cody. Will Cody ever feel safe in his pasture? Sharing his secret might help – or it could bring more trouble. When a dangerous threat sweeps the pasture, will Cody find a way to face his fears?
Children will discover that being scared sometimes is natural, but can be overcome. They'll also learn practical techniques for coping with bullies.
Women of Monterey
a new inspirational
historical fiction series
In Seek a Safe Harbor, the lives of two women—an aristocrat and a Native American—converge at Mission San Carlos de Borromeo in 1780s California. One seeks love but finds more than she bargained for; the other must find courage to face her worst fear when faced with the possibility of losing everything she holds dear. Neither could have foreseen the result of their meeting.
The sequel, Dawn’s Light in Monterey, is set in 1807 Monterey. Two sisters are attracted to aristocratic brothers; but when they learn that the brothers have been keeping important family secrets, how will the women move past the betrayal and forgive the men who hold their hearts?
Little Lodges on the Prairie: Freemasonry & Laura Ingalls Wilder
The Little House on the Prairie books and TV show have inspired generations, but few people know the history of the Ingalls family in Freemasonry.
Discover new stories about Laura Ingalls Wilder in Little Lodges on the Prairie: Freemasonry & Laura Ingalls Wilder, the first book to comprehensively document the role Masonry and the Eastern Star played in the lives of this iconic American family.
A lively and informative look at this lesser-known aspect of Laura's life, including documents which have rarely been seen and never before been published, Little Lodges on the Prairie gives readers an intriguing new and unique perspective on Laura Ingalls Wilder and her family.
Winnie Bowen hiked into Machu Picchu at almost 70 years of age, and was hiking the Alps at 80. Bowen prefers alternative means of travel like biking and hiking to large ships or tour buses. This allows her to seek out sites off the beaten path that most people miss.
From five-star hotels to pup tents on the beach and even a brothel, she’s been there. Sampling local cuisine has led to some unexpected surprises. Opium ice cream? She’ll try anything once. Traveling with Bowen, the adventures never end, and reading her two-book set of Travel Tales is a peek into the diaries of her well-traveled life.
Book 1, Travel Tales from the Porch Swing covers visits to North, Central, and South America—including Cuba—as well as China.
Book 2, Passport to Europe, follows Bowen all over Europe and also Russia.
An easy-to-understand guide to copyright, especially for authors
•What copyright is
•What copyright covers
•How long copyright lasts
•When and how to register copyright
•Using real people and places
•What to do if your work is stolen
•How to transfer copyright
•How to find a copyright holder
•Special considerations for covers & illustrations, music, and videos
•Copyright vs. trademark
•Copyright vs. plagiarism
Tranquility Press has acquired the popular middle grade series, Time Game. Book 9, Robbery in Philly, is now available.
Teen twins Marcus and Samantha Willoughby land in Philadelphia during America’s first bank robbery. Everyone’s convinced some special work on the bank vaults and locks provided the opportunity for the crime.
The twins agree to help accused blacksmith Patrick Lyon prove his innocence, but it’s a challenge when the police and bank officials are convinced he’s guilty.
Will Marcus and Samantha be able to free Pat Lyon and return home before the city’s deadly epidemic of yellow fever do away with them forever?