“Hit and Run” by Lori Matthews

“Hit and Run” continues to star the swoon-worthy Callahan brothers, with this third book shining the spotlight on the final sibling, Gage Callahan. Almost as irresistible as the Callahan men, are the sights author Lori Matthews sets them against in this series finale. … More “Hit and Run” by Lori Matthews

“The Mystery of Barbara Fritchie: A True Patriot” by Tamara Louise Thayer

Tamara Louise Thayer tells the story of a true patriot in “The Mystery of Barbara Fritchie.” Born in 1766, Barbara Fritchie led a full and meaningful life for 96 years. She appeared to be an intelligent woman who was friends with some notable historical figures from the Civil War era, including George Washington and Frances Scott Key. The mystery that surrounds her, actually had been caused by a bit of a scandal during her time. … More “The Mystery of Barbara Fritchie: A True Patriot” by Tamara Louise Thayer

“Understanding the Challenge of NO for Children with Autism” by Colette McNeil

An amazing self-help book that explores what concepts and meanings the word “No” can have in the daily lives of children with Autism. Designed to improve relationships and communication, this little book is packed with real-life scenarios and advice to help lessen the tension and burden of the word “no” for children, parents, caregivers, teachers, counselors, relatives, and other significant people in the child’s world. … More “Understanding the Challenge of NO for Children with Autism” by Colette McNeil

“Ceci: The Misjudged Rescue Cat” by Elizabeth Cee

“Ceci: The Misjudged Rescue Cat” by Elizabeth Cee shadows the lives and plight of a group of street cats living in a carpark on a college campus in Sydney, Australia. It’s a story of love, compassion and sometimes heartbreak as the author’s efforts, care, and determination drive her to give these felines the best chance to live long and satisfying lives. … More “Ceci: The Misjudged Rescue Cat” by Elizabeth Cee