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The full list of our authors’ kindle books
by Charlotte Ralph.
Book two in the Adventures of B! series.
by Katie Gray
Pippsy and Jack fall into a convoluted crime once Again. This is the fifth book in Katie Gray's 'Dead Series'.
by Amanda M Arnold
This collection of stories are wide ranging and broad based tales on many subjects. Some visit foreign countries and some are set nearer to the authors home in East Anglia.
There are quite a few murders and mysterious events as well as happier ones about a wedding and a barbecue.
by Jennifer Claire Robson
. A practical guide for small business owners who would like to export but are unsure how.
by Sara Shebear
Gerald, a shy, introverted boy, had become separated from the rest of his family in Potterton Grange Enchanted Woodland.
Wracked with worry that he might never see his family again and he might die in the wood all alone, his fears were dissolved after meeting a series of very magical trees and receiving a special gift from each of them.
by Louise Hampton
Do you have low back pain but are unsure how you could help yourself?
Do you struggle to put your shoes and socks on?
Has your back got worse over time?
If you answered ‘yes’ to any of these questions, then this is the book for you.
This book will empower you to:
▪ Understand back pain, from a physical point of view
▪ Find out how important your mental health is in aiding your recovery
▪ Recognise and avoid the everyday activities that aggravate your back
▪ Identify aspects of your life which could be contributing towards your back pain
▪ Use different products and try different exercises to help your low back
▪ Know how and when to seek further advice.
by Matt Wash
Mrs Tripplehorn is a primary school teacher and the day has come for her to retire. Being her favourite teacher, she hands Mr Shaw a dusty little box as a goodbye gift.
On the first day back after the summer holidays, Mr Shaw is desperately searching his desk for a paperclip and is relieved to find one in the dusty box.
The reason Mrs Tripplehorn was so sure he would be grateful for this gift then becomes clear to Mr Shaw, as the school year ahead of him is packed full of twists and turns, surprises and a large sprinkling of magic.
There is one huge problem though. The school bad boy, Billy Coles, overhears a conversation between Mrs Tripplehorn and Mr Shaw. She tells him to NEVER go into the bottom compartment of the box – EVER!
Obviously, Billy decides that he must find out what she means…and that is when the trouble really does begin!
Speedy's Adventure (kindle)
by Sara Shebear
Speedy was an ambitious mouse. She did not want to be stuck in her cage, with her dull sisters. She wanted to get out and see the world!
Speedy’s boy was very upset when he found Speedy had escaped from her cage. He never lost hope that she would return to him.
He tries to set up traps to catch her however she was too smart for that. As a final attempt to catch her, her boy put the cage down on the floor before he went out.
Would she return to him? Would she be in the cage when he returned home?
by Charlotte Ralph.
This book helps teach children things to know about the great outdoors. Beautiful watercolour illustrations throughout.
by SA Law
If you are contemplating divorce this book will explain the legal terminology, what it means, and the practical decisions that need to be made.
by Neil Deuchar
This book explores how we should review our priorities in the increasingly hectic and fast changing, yet ever smaller, world in which we live.
It has been written with younger people at heart, those of us asking questions about our place in the world and how we might better live our lives in a manner that minimises stress and helps us to be valued by our peers by helping others to help themselves.
The book provides insights into sources of harmony within our lives, that we can use to maintain our moral compass and improve our decision-making.
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