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13 IS our lucky number Ericka Wilson
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$19.59
Size: 5.5" x 8.5"
Binding: Perfect Bound
ISBN: 9798885673853
Don’t give up. Elijah never did. This NICU baby came out at 29 weeks and 900 grams. Then he had the never to drop more weight. How scary is that? But Elijah demonstrated to his family and friends that he is strong, he is determined, and that we had nothing to worry about. If there was ever a story of courage, Elijah’s story is it. This is also a story for nurses, doctors, and hospitals – there are families connected to those wires, not just readings. Eljiah’s story is told at first through the dad’s blog that he began on wordpress – NICU Dad. Then facebook posts of both parents are intermixed in between. Through social media, you see Elijah grow and you see Elijah overachieve. Th ...
The Troll and The Tree By Elijah, Mark, and Ericka Wilson
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$9.33
Size: 5.5" x 8.5"
Binding: Perfect Bound
ISBN: 9781645502715
My name is Matt, and I have a hard time making friends. My life was miserable in Creekside Elementary before I learned a trick. I wasn’t just lonely. I was always in trouble at home and sometimes at school. Life sucked. I would tell people about cool movies I saw or explain that I knew how to play basketball and could play with them at recess. No matter what I said or how I behaved, people seemed to go further away and become the opposite of friends. I was called names, and I looked forward to weekends when I was not teased at school. My Mom used to say I just had a hard time making friends because I was the youngest in my grade. That did not make me feel any better, so after s ...
Walking Backwards A Book for Recycling Ericka Wilson
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$5.99
Size: 6" x 9"
Binding: Perfect Bound
ISBN: 9781948339155
This book is not for you. The fact that you are still reading this cover after I stated that this book is not for you concerns me greatly. This speaks poorly of the educational system in your country. This is not literature. It is just a bunch of Haikus I wrote my husband. Well, I also added some random Mom thoughts that I wrote a few years before the 49 Haikus were written. In order to have enough pages, I threw in some of my old poetry from college. That poetry is not even placed in chronological order. So, why are you spending this money? Don't buy this book. I am frankly embarrassed. I want to be a serious writer - write cool books for teens and young adults. Yet, here I am publ ...