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And We Helped (7950 MSC-4) And We Helped (7950 MSC-4)
A delightful children's book written by Melinda Chambers in 2012. The book includes sepia tinted pictures of her grandchildren and their friends as she shows them how to make homemade bread.She not only teaches them how to make the bread but also incorporates math, science, reading comprehension, team building and social science skills in the process. Hardback. 32 pages.
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Chilly Billy Chilly Billy

By Melinda Chambers. Born on a cold winter day, Chilly Billy frolics with the other lambs. They decide to go under the fence and make fun of Billy...even nicknamed him Silly Billy, because he wouldn t follow them. Find out what happens...and why Billy wasn't so silly after all. Known for her lessons from nature, Melinda reminds her readers they need to question their choices. It's easy to "follow the flock," but sometimes the outcomes are not desirable. The grass is not always greener on the other side. Sue Ann Maxwell Spiker captures the beauty of the story through her artwork.

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Color Me A Mountaineer Color Me A Mountaineer
By local Randolph County author, Shannon Bennett Campbell. A child's coloring book. A tool to reinforce values and to learn about our WV culture.
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Fraidy Cat (HC-7950MSC3) Fraidy Cat (HC-7950MSC3)
By Melinda Chambers, illustrated by Sue Ann Maxwell Spiker. Third in her series of children's books, this book teaches another life lesson. Fraidy Cat learns one of lifes lessons by trying to overcome his fear of leaving his safe shelf in the barn. Mama Cat takes his brothers and sisters out to explore and Fraidy Cat can't muster the courage to take his first leap into life until he gets help from a most unusual creature. This book has received award status as finalist for Best Children's Educational Book and finalist for Best Children's Mind/Body/Spirit book by USABookNews.com., which is the premiere online magazine and review Web site for mainstream and independent publishing houses. 32 pages. Hardback.
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Matthew The Little Angel (HC-7950MB) Matthew The Little Angel (HC-7950MB)
by Melissa Bucheimer. A new West Virginia author, Melissa's first book, is a cute story about a young angel, whom God is sending to Earth to be a child. Matthew, the little angel doesn't want to go. He wants to stay with God. Matthew makes a series of promises, including: Polishing the sun twice a day, shaping the clouds, and coloring the water. The water is the hardest because it is always moving. Does Matthew get to stay with God, or does he end up as a child on Earth? Softbound. 32 pages. .
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Mountain Christmas Mountain Christmas
Mountain Christmas by Marc Harshman, illustrated by Cecy Rose.
You do not have to be a West Virginian to enjoy this book, but natives will certainly recognize iconic WV scenes, like the State Capitol and Blackwater Falls. Beautifully illustrated and great storytelling!
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No, Piper, No (HC-7950KM) No, Piper, No (HC-7950KM)
This is local author Kim Mulneix's first children's book. The story follows Piper, the puppy on her adventures as she learns a lesson about how doing the right thing at the right time just might save the day. Soft Cover. 22 pages.
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Take Me Home, Country Roads Take Me Home, Country Roads
Adapted and illustrated by Christopher Canyon. This is a beautiful illustrated book for children of the song by John Denver "Take me Home Country Roads".
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The Day the Snapdragons Snapped Back (HC-7950MSC2) The Day the Snapdragons Snapped Back (HC-7950MSC2)
By Melinda Chambers. While digging up a luscious bone, the puppy digs up Beulah's beautiful garden of snapdragons. Mother dog tells her young pup about the care Beulah had given her snapdragons and how, years ago, chipmunks tried to destroy the flourishing flowers. Puppy learns that caring for garden's and puppie's can get them through the rough times and if the roots are strong, the garden will flower again. Author Melinda Chambers brings one of lifes best lessons to life: if the foundation of life is strong you can snap back even better than before just like Beulah's snapdragons. The beautiful illustrations by Sue Ann Spiker make this a delightful story for all ages. Hardback. 30 pages.
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We Are Whoooo We Are (HC-7950MSC1) We Are Whoooo We Are (HC-7950MSC1)
By Melinda Chambers; illustrated by Sue Ann Spiker. Chambers states that nature provides us with numerous lessons if we are willing to listen and observe. This is a story about the wonders in the forest as seen through the eyes of an owlet. The wise father owl explains to his son in a light-hearted way that he can't be something he's not, because he is whoooo he is. Throughout the day the two owls observe various birds in the forest and the wise owl proceeds to explain whoooo they are. The crows are the morning wake-up call in the forest, the robins are great nurturers, the mockingbirds are the forest gossips, the sparrows have beautiful songs to share, the vultures provide order to the forest, the bluebirds bring a slice of happiness, the blue jays can be destructive, and the mourning doves bring peace in the forest. The owlet is content to accept that all birds have a purpose and are whoooo they are until he sees a young boy walking in the forest. The surprise ending reminds the reader that we have the ability to choose whoooo we want to be. Hardback. 31 pages.
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