The Baked Potato Boy
Wings of Faith
Elliott was abandoned at the hospital in Tanzania, weighing only 1.65 lbs. His first four months were spent in a hospital bed because he was so tiny. Elliot was Neema’s House Orphanage’ Baked Potato Boy in this true story.
By Melanie Lutes, illustrator Eugene Ruble
Bolt, a passenger train, can maintain speeds of 140 mph between Boston, MA and Washington, DC so the railway superintendent renames his line the Amtrak Acela
Grammy’s Gnocchi—Do dogs go to heaven?
by Patricia Karwatowicz, illustrator Kathleen Bullock
Why do pets have to die? Do pets go to heaven? Nicholas learns some answers through “memory keepers” and “adding the love” to Grammy’s gnocchi. Gnocchi recipe included.
Heaven Holds Little Samuel Tippie-Toes
by Arianne Brynn Carpenter, illlustrator Kim Merritt
Little Samuel is going to heaven, and it makes his family sad. Memories in a memory jar and whispers you hear with your heart give them all a little hope.
by Jill Dana Siegel
A poetic look at friendship through ups and downs: sharing and imagining books, feeling well and unwell, and visiting each other. Through mixed-media clay illustrations, this book examines the narrator’s experience through a unique lens.
Angelic Harmony hardcover and softcover
A fun filled tale about a dog that liked to escape and explore and whose love transcended life itself. It follows a song and music video performed by Cedar Breaks® full of kids and puppies.