author holly tierney-bedord
Be inspired by a whimsical fantasy world of tiny
cottages, colorful mountain towns, and seaside
villages. This sketch journal features over fifty full
color illustrations by Holly Tierney-Bedord. There is
plenty of room for you to write or draw inside, to
make it your own.
This awesome book of mazes will take you from the
depths of a worm hole to the furthest reaches of outer
space in a homeward bound rocket. Over twenty
mazes, featuring cute and cuddly animals, a pirate's
walk on planks in shark infested water, and many
more imaginative adventures.
Barkly is feeling as if everyone who loves him has
forgotten him. Why are they all so distracted? It's
enough to make a little dog want to cry. Perhaps
Barkly will discover that he is on their minds more
than he ever dreamed.
Coached, called "Fizzy and fun" by best selling
author Jacquelyn Mitchard, is the story of twenty-five
year old Rowen's quest for self-improvement. From
her frumpy wardrobe and dead end job to her boring
social life, Rowen's twenties are turning out to be
quite the letdown. Then she sees an advertisement in
her local newspaper for some tough love life-coaching
by the sophisticated and stylish Ms. Crystal Class. It
could prove to be exactly what Rowen needs to get out
of her rut.
A car accident robs the Loden Family of twins Van
and Valencia shortly after they start college.
Charmed, bright, and beautiful, they held their family
together and elevated the Lodens to greatness. In their
loss, a shadow is cast upon the family, particularly
on the remaining child, who lacks the easy grace and
popularity her older siblings took for granted.
As an adult, her life begins to turn from mediocre to
amazing when she is saved by cool, artistic Adrian.
The kind of happiness once reserved only for others is
finally hers, until pieces of the past begin ruining
what seems to be a perfect life.
Fourteen year old Pinky is at that awkward stage
where everyone in the world annoys her. Especially her
parents. Being sent to Tennis Camp only makes
things worse, because anyone who has ever been
fourteen knows that if you go away for a couple of
weeks, everyone moves on without you. It seems likely
that by the time she returns, all her friends will have
graduated from kids to mature, mineral water sipping
adults who don't need her any longer. Meanwhile,
someone is sending her designer sundresses, and of
course, her parents are interfering in her good fortune.
Why can't they just let a good thing be?
When Bellamy Timberfrost is jilted by Alanna
Rutherford while proposing on television, he is given
the chance to star in his own reality show where he will
have a second chance at finding love. Designer Emma
Van Elson faithfully tuned in each week to watch
Bellamy's journey with Alanna. She can't imagine a
guy who is more of a catch than Bellamy, and she
knows that she's the perfect woman to heal his broken
heart. Before long she finds herself as one of twenty
lucky young women competing for Bellamy's love...
and other great prizes, on a trip around the world.