Bears on Chairs by Shirley Parenteau

Can five bears share four chairs? The infectious rhymes and easy charm of this winsome read-aloud will make young listeners sit up and take notice.FOUR HAPPY BEARSON FOUR SMALL CHAIRS.Four chairs. Four adorable bears. All is well until Big Brown Bear shows up — what a stare! — and wants a seat. Can these clever bears put their heads together (among other things) and make space for one more? With endearing, expressive illustrations and a sustained rhyme in every line, here is a cozy tale that makes it clear there is room for all.

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A River to Cross by Yvonne Harris

Elizabeth Madison’s brother paid the ultimate price as editor of a newspaper exposing the dangers along the U.S.-Mexican border. Determined to take up his cause, she’s targeted and kidnapped by a rogue general–Manuel Diego.

It’s the job of Texas Ranger Jake Nelson to protect the border against rustlers and marauders. With Elizabeth’s photograph in hand–a dark-haired beauty with smiling eyes–Jake and his men ride across the great river to rescue her, to apprehend Diego and bring him to justice.

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Trailer: Out of Control by Mary Connealy (Kincaid Brides, #1)

[iframe http://www.youtube.com/embed/PWNBeEZITgI?rel=0 599 341] Historical Romantic Comedy from Bestselling Author Mary Connealy Julia Gilliland has always been interested in the natural world around her. She particularly enjoys her outings to the cavern near her father’s homestead, where she explores for fossils and formations, and plans to write a book about her discoveries. The cave seems plenty safe–until the day a mysterious intruder steals the rope she uses to find her way out. Rafe Kincaid has spent years keeping his family’s cattle ranch going, all without help from his two younger brothers, who fled the ranch–and Rafe’s controlling ways–as soon as they were able. He’s haunted by one terrible day at the cave on a far-flung corner of the Kincaid property, a day that changed his life forever. Ready to put the past behind him, he plans to visit the cave one final time. He sure doesn’t expect to find a. . .

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