08/03/2011 04:29AM ● Published by Style
For the third year, Style brings you the latest stack of accomplished area authors and their published works!
1. Horse at the Corner Post: Our Divine Journey by Denise Lee Branco
This is the touching, true story, 30 years in the making, about the extraordinary bond between a woman and her beloved horse. It is a definite must-read for animal lovers of all ages.
2. The Clutter Breakthrough: Your Five-Step Solution to Freedom From Clutter Forever by Kelli Wilson
Find freedom from all of the clutter (both mental and spiritual) that blocks you off from living the life you dream about with this five-step guide.
3. Porcelain Soldier by Kelli Davis
Finding gratitude in cancer is an intimate, honest journey that follows Kelli as she attempts to answer the questions “Why did I get cancer?” and “What am I supposed to learn from it?,” allowing readers to see and feel her struggles as she regains a so-called normal life.
4. All About Korea: Stories, Songs, Crafts and More by Ann Martin Bowler
This wonderfully illustrated book will bring Korea to life for children from all cultures and backgrounds. It is chock full of stories, fun activities and games, and delicious food!
5. My Diabetic Soul: An Autobiography by A.K. Buckroth
This life-long tribute will inspire the millions of non-diabetic caregivers and diabetics alike whom have been affected by the disease. The memoir portrays and encourages a consciousness to the development of a personal human blueprint to health.
6. The Jefferson Project by Thor Duffin
In this political thriller, Sam Archer, an analyst with Homeland Security, finds clues to an impending terrorist attack on American soil. He soon uncovers an even darker threat that could tear the nation apart.
7. Beyond Anger by Steve Cooper
Jenna Masters – wife, mother, murderer and ex-mental patient – must somehow find a way to put her life back together. Hopefully salvation lies with her rich aunt. But kidnapping and imprisonment again conspire to keep her from safe haven.
8. Hatless by John Witt
This picture book describes the tale of a young boy named Marco who tries to tame his wild hair by donning a hat. When he loses it, the Sherpa-style cap takes an adventure of its own.
9. Just Too Busy: Taking Your Family on a Radical Sabbatical by Joanne Kraft
This is a must-read for any mom who feels like there has to be more to life than soccer practice and fast-food in the minivan. Learn how to say no to “busy”-ness and instead enjoy your family and your life.
10. Cat Mulan’s Mindful Musings by Margie Yee Webb
A gift book for cat lovers, animal lovers, and their finicky friends too! Cat Mulan, philosophical and wise beyond her years, will capture your heart. Timeless photographs along with insightful and inspirational reflections will lift your spirits with humor and wisdom.
11. Race to Read: A Step-By-Step Guidebook for Parents by Linda LoBue and Stacie Farin
This guide outlines the essential skills children need to learn to become proficient readers and gives easy strategies for parents to use at home to help their children master skills in record time.