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  • Donald G. Bartling

    A study of history shows us that a nation is only as strong as the will of its citizens to fight for it. America has been tested many times over in its relatively short history. From the Revolutionary War on down to the present conflicts in the Middle East, the majority of the American citizens were willing to place their lives and futures in danger to preserve and build the future of this Nation.

  • Leyland A. King

    I feel obliged to write this token of esteem and appreciation in respect to services received from what is now my favorite publishing house, PageTurner, Press and Media.

  • Margaret Churchill

    Margaret Churchill shares how a mother raccoon gave birth in a basement in Ottawa and the things she learned about raccoons. This is also a narrative of how the raccoons endeared themselves to Churchill.

  • Alphonso W. Knight Sr.

    Being a student in different academic institutions and being a teacher himself, Alphonso W. Knight Sr. is a qualified to talk about academic institutions that are historically black.

  • Tara Giri

    Written by a then-eleventh grader, this book features Cotton Candy whose best pal Peppermint is lost. In her quest to find Peppermint, Cotton Candy meets sweet and colorful characters along the way.

  • Frederick Malphurs

    A Mexican family was caught in the midst of a drug-cartel war. Follow Zorro’s descendants as they try to protect their city from drug cartels.

  • Donald G. Bartling

    A study of history shows us that a nation is only as strong as the will of its citizens to fight for it. America has been tested many times over in its relatively short history. From the Revolutionary War on down to the present conflicts in the Middle East, the majority of the American citizens were willing to place their lives and futures in danger to preserve and build the future of this Nation.

  • Leyland A. King

    I feel obliged to write this token of esteem and appreciation in respect to services received from what is now my favorite publishing house, PageTurner, Press and Media.

  • Margaret Churchill

    Margaret Churchill shares how a mother raccoon gave birth in a basement in Ottawa and the things she learned about raccoons. This is also a narrative of how the raccoons endeared themselves to Churchill.

  • Alphonso W. Knight Sr.

    Being a student in different academic institutions and being a teacher himself, Alphonso W. Knight Sr. is a qualified to talk about academic institutions that are historically black.

  • Tara Giri

    Written by a then-eleventh grader, this book features Cotton Candy whose best pal Peppermint is lost. In her quest to find Peppermint, Cotton Candy meets sweet and colorful characters along the way.

  • Frederick Malphurs

    A Mexican family was caught in the midst of a drug-cartel war. Follow Zorro’s descendants as they try to protect their city from drug cartels.