Get three historical romances in one omnibus edition from award-winning, bestselling author Deeanne Gist. This special edition introduces new and value-minded readers to Dee’s unbeatable blend of laugh-out-loud humor, poignant drama, and irresistible romance.
Includes three of Dee’s most popular novels: “A Bride Most Begrudging “(more than 170,000 sold ),” Courting Trouble, “and “Deep in the Heart of Trouble.”
House on Dirty-Third Street by Jo S. Kittinger Illustrated by Thomas Gonzalez Genre: Children’s Picture Book Pages: 32 Hardcover 10 3/8 x 9 3/8 Date Published: March 2012 Publisher: Peachtree Publishers A mother and daughter turn a hopeless old house into a loving family home with faith, hard work, and the support of their community. When a girl and her mother are forced to start over, they find themselves feeling isolated and defeated. Longing for their former neighborhood and friends, and overwhelmed by the repairs their new house needs, they finally realize they can’t do everything alone – the only way to make things better is to ask for help. They both learn that when you reach out to the community, people answer with kindness. As the house gets rebuilt, so does their sense of belonging. The House On Dirty-Third Street will touch the heart of anyone who has faced. . .
When grandparents are involved in their grandchildren’s lives they have fewer emotional, social and behavioral problems, according to recent studies. Jerry and Judy Schreur, with their granddaughter, Erin Schreur, encourage creative involvement and building meaningful relationships in their book, Creative Grandparenting: How to Love and Nurture a New Generation. They say the role of the creative grandparent is to be a historian, connector, mentor, role model, nurturer and hero. At each stage of the grandchild’s life, the grandparent can provide love and acceptance, while finding opportunities to pass along their wisdom, values and faith as they share their lives. The Schreurs share principles and inspiration to help grandparents make a difference in their grandchildren’s lives.