The Trailer: The Tale of Tumeleng

The book begins with Jabari, a male elephant, defending the herd from hyenas. When Jabari’s daughter Tumuleng is born, she grows and learns how to survive in a world filled with danger and environmental challenges. After some exciting encounters, the book ends happily as Tumeleng and her family take in

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The Trailer: Dancing with a Stranger

Dancing with a Stranger by Kitty McCaffrey is really a warning for dancers. It’s the story about a woman who became so engrossed in the love of dancing and beginning anew that she lost her perspective. It’s also about a man who was capable of reading her feelings and took

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The Trailer: Cuauhtémoc by D L Davies

“The story is engaging and extremely entertaining. The author David Davies has an impeccable hold over his craft and knows his art of story telling. His finesse and creative thinking reflects in each page. The hook is provided very early in the story and that is enough to keep you

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The Trailer: Creating an Atmosphere for the Promises of God

“A book for all of us who need to find guidance in our identity as Christians. It teaches us how we can create a Godly atmosphere through our words and faith and through the author’s own experience and examples which are always based on what the Word of God says…

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The Trailer: Sketches of a Small Town by Clifton K. Meador

“What we have here is a poignant, very funny, yet respectful look back at small-town life and characters in the Deep South in the ’30s and ’40s, pre-prosperity, before it was a recognized condition. Meador is a Mark Twain without the river and a Garrison Keillor without the snow… and

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The Trailer: Across the Rift: World War Two Novel in Rhythmic Prose

“It explores the impact of the war on them, the society and on people around. It builds on the theme of love, loss, hope, family, and redemption. It also investigates the similarities and differences of experience with changing locations, local politics and class. This exact narrative makes this book immensely

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The Trailer: Dondobee or The Adventures of a Leolian Elf

Dondobee or The Adventures of a Leolian Elf, written by Dale Parry, opens with introducing us to Coal, a dirty little urchin living in a black back alley and his invention of a unique musical instrument. An instrument through which he mastered such a melodious tune that all the birds

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