Forty-two-year-old Anna Beck has Trichotillomania, a component of her Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, and has spent several years living a disciplined life at home. Anna has done everything she can to avoid venturing into what she believes is a germ-infested world. But all of that changes when she meets Dr. Edward Denture at the laundromat. Anna begins seeing Dr. Denture for somatic therapy sessions. Mesmerized by his good looks, charm, and British accent, she soon falls head over heels in love, and nothing will stop these two from being together.
It’s 1986, and Freja O’Connell has moved to Denver from Las Vegas. She’s rid herself of unwanted baggage and is looking to start life anew. Part of her rebuilding involves reconnecting with her family, some new love interests, and an old Victorian home given to her by her father. Although it’s not in an excellent living area, Freja is immediately captivated by this home and decides to restore it as best she can to showcase all the beauty and immaculate curb appeal it has to offer.
The Spinach in My Teeth is a great book with two purposes - to teach and to entertain! It's about a boy who has an embarrassing first day of school - with spinach in his teeth from a spinach salad he has at lunch! At the end of the day, someone tells him about it, and he goes home sad and embarrassed. He says he doesn't want to have spinach again. That is until he meets a few unlikely friends who show him a whole new world of spinach.
The Spinach in My Teeth is a book about a little boy named Riley and his first day at school. Riley has his mom pack him a spinach salad for lunch that day. Riley climbs onto the bus and is on his way to school. His morning is terrific, and then it’s lunchtime! Riley is excited to have a big spinach salad for lunch. It’s his favorite lunch, after all. After lunch, none of the kids want to talk to him. What will Riley do?
If you've lost your school project, your gym bag, or even your Game Boy, just go to Jeremy Wilderson! A retrieval specilist who's always looking for a job, Jeremy is one who isn't afraid to take a lot of risks. He gets a lot of business, and his only problem is Becca Mills, who is a detective. When a job turns into a mishap, and the biggest bully in the school gets the master key to all the lockers in the entire school, Jeremy is desperate enough to turn to the one person he thought he never would—Becca Mills.
Epic Kids is a book about a middle school boy named Jake. One day, three kids ask him to sit at their table and include him in their plans to skip school and go to a movie. Jake decides to go for it. He tells his mom that he isn't going to school tomorrow. She leaves him home alone the next day with a doctor's note to excuse him from school. After she leaves, Jake looks out the window, and his three new friends are in a car on his driveway. Jake is in for a day he never dreamed could be possible.
K.I.D.S. Stuff: The Mostly, Probably True Adventures of the Kids Imaginary Defense Squad by Garrett Dane is an awesome, action-packed adventure about ordinary kids who have trained to do extraordinary things. They get to ride in or fly unique raft-ships with top-notch technology and equipment. They meet at a secret base and even use special gadgets that give them a chance to act like super-heroes. Each one has chosen to join one of the K.I.D.S. teams that patrol around the world after school, activities, and family life wind down.