In these ten fiction stories, Davy discovers life isn’t always just lemonade stands and picnics, but with Jesus’ help hefinds that even in sadness, there is hope.
Davy’s Adventures is written to give everyone who reads it the opportunity to learn life is easier to navigate with Jesus guiding their steps.
This teacher’s guide accompanies When Luck Runs Out, the story of Meg Kelly, an orphan in New York City in 1869, as she faces life on the streets, traveling west on an ‘orphan train’, and the challenges of a new family. Includes non-fiction and primary document selections with comprehension questions and vocabulary.
This guide includes an introduction to the novel, pre- and post-reading activities, and assessments.
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Stories and poems exploring the theme of lost and found. Includes authors from the all over the United States, Canada, Argentina, Australia, UK, and Ireland.
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We are an independent publishing company, offering various levels of assistance to authors who wish to self-publish their books.
I'm a do-it yourself kind of person, so when I wrote a book about building a backyard oven, it seemed natural that the next step would be to start a publishing company to produce it. Wagonbridge Publishing was opened in 2010 with the idea of encouraging people to step outside the mundane to try something new. With the same spirit of adventure we promoted in our first book, we wanted to help people explore all sorts of possibilities. As a small company, we hope to produce one or two titles a year, and provide opportunities for authors through short story anthologies and publishing services.