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ROSA PARKS (Little People, Big Dreams)
Written by Lisabeth Kaiser

The story of Rosa Parks gets the children’s book treatment, as writer Lisabeth Kaiser and illustrator Marta Antelo explore the civil right’s activist’s journey in the engaging and colourful book Rosa Parks (Little People, Big Dreams). Kaiser explores a very important story in America’s civil rights history in a digestible way for children, accompanied by beautiful illustrations by Antelo which is sure to be a treat for young readers and parents interested in teaching their children about our black heroes.

An A-Z For Your Life
By Shirley Antis

For self-help book lovers, An A-Z For Your Life by Shirley Anstis provides a comprehensive motivational guide for those on the go. From addressing greatest fears and money woes, to taking responsibility and honesty, this book proves as a useful tool for anyone who is interested in transforming their lifestyle and bad habits in the hopes of becoming a better version of themselves.

Powerlift your career
By Ife Thomas

This instruction manual aims to encourage readers to train their mind as they do their bodies, in a creative book by Ife Thomas. Through Thomas’s experience as a physically trained dancer, she uses proven methods and techniques based on Pycho-Cybernetics, Science, Philosophy, Physics and personal success principals throughout the book. Each chapter shows readers exactly what can be done to not only survive but also thrive in their career and life.

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