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The Tippy Tippy Tree by Laura Keane (Hard Cover)
Under the light of the full harvest moon, beyond the snow white trees, at the center of a vast clearing lies a wonder known as the Tippy Tippy Tree. Its leaves sparkle like sugar-coated gum drops amidst cotton candy clouds, its branches sway and dance in the night's breeze, and, if you listen very closely, you might just hear it sing.
Brimming with color, letters, and rhyme, The Tippy Tippy Tree is a wondrous and educational delight for both children and parents alike, reminding everyone of the magic that lies around each and every corner.
Nursing Home 101: A Daughter's Perspective
Ruthie Rosauer and her sister were abruptly thrust into the world of nursing homes when a hospital social worker gave them less than twenty-four hours to find placement for their elderly mother. Thus began their daunting journey of finding a facility, and navigating end-of-life-related paperwork, dental care, staff, hospice, and every other detail individuals must face when seeking long-term care for their loved-ones.
In this book, Ruthie shares information from her personal journal, as well as interviews with others who have lived through similar situations. Their stories shed light on the realities of living in a nursing home, or caring for somebody who does.
A must-read for anyone navigating the world of long-term care, either now or in the near future.
Eddie's Boy by Robert Schwab (Soft Cover)
If the things you count on can vanish, then can you really count on anything?
In the time it takes him to drive through a stoplight at the Four Corners of Law, Dr. Landon Ratliff-distracted by the finest birthday present he's ever received and won't remember-has his midlife crisis delivered to him in an instant.
Then when his father, with whom he has never been close, is diagnosed with a terminal condition, Landon goes home to be with family. His resulting journey through illness, injury, suffering, healing, love, and redemption takes him to places he's visited before and places he never thought he'd be. And, for the first time, he doesn't have to travel alone.
Written with ease and eloquence, Eddie's Boy explores the things we take for granted, and the things we never knew we had.
Traveling with Jericho (Hard Cover): A Cookbook Memoir By Jericho Michel
Join Chef Jericho Michel as he shares recipes and stories from his travels across the eastern United States. From Asheville to Key West, Chattanooga to Chicago, and back home to his native Philadelphia, Jericho's recipes are as eclectic and unique as the cities from which they hail. Rich with flavor and pizazz, Traveling with Jericho provides a one-of-a-kind culinary journey for experienced and novice cooks alike.
The Last Resort (Novella) by Allie Coker
My immediate thought, I don’t belong here, rebuffed before the half day’s end. Maybe I didn’t have multiple personalities or talk to myself or have mood swings so bad that no one could be around me, but the truth was plain. I needed to be here. I did belong here.
Welcome to The Last Resort—a sanitarium for residents who feel imprisoned in their own minds. Whether staff member or patient, everyone finds themselves at the center of a complex system that, at its best, provides therapeutic care and, at its worst, blurs and blends the boundaries of what constitutes sane and insane. Regardless of the role each individual has to play, all of them are here for a reason and will be forced to examine themselves from every angle.
Told from various perspectives, The Last Resort is a frighteningly real novella from Allie Coker that reveals the vulnerable side of humanity and forces readers to stop and ask, “What is normal?”