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Praise Petals

Have you reserved your copy? It's not too late! The Church of Go series continues with Praise Petals.

Praise Petals: A Church of Go NovelHigh School sophomore, Rose Hicks, tolerates her limited social life as long as her sidekick, Jay Allen, is by her side, but when Jay receives the best news of his life Rose is forced to survive the rest of the school year at the mercy of school bully GODZILLY JENKINS. When she is recruited as a member of an all-girl praise team, Rose realizes that even the most popular girls have problems and that mean girls need love too.

 
Praise Petals: A Church of Go Novel
 
Releasing on September 08, 2020
 
Paperback$16.95 


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Other books by Lisa A. McCombs
book_1_alt_textAward-winning nonfiction.
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All our lives we are cautioned about "opening a Pandora's Box"; but in order to regain lost memories and overcome the devastating grief that drives her into unbearable despair, Abby must tempt fate and open her own box of misery. In this conclusion to Lisa A. McCombs' diary trilogy, life issues of an unexpected death, unavoidable depression, and an intense need for friendship bring Abigail Van Buren Masterson's school years to a close.

 









Sitting in a movie theater with her dad, Meri checks her phone for a good time to go to the ladies’ room. She leaves during a battle scene and meets her soon-to-be new best friend, Fiona, in the restroom. To their mutual horror, a bomb goes off in the theater. Meri awakes in the hospital to find out her world is changed forever.

Coping with PTSD is real to veterans and to those of all ages who experience shocking horror and loss. Meri sees the changes to her family and her life and with the help of an unlikely friend, her faith, and her family is able to move forward to a new future.

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Raspberry Beret (Wow and Viola! Book 2) by [Lisa McCombs]Finally, a friend to call her own! Abigail Van Buren Masterson has embraced her diary as her closest friend for years. When Jesse James comes to town, life gets a lot more interesting!
Raspberry Beret is the second book in the Wow and Viola! trilogy. Follow Abby through the last year of junior high school where she is faced with frightening events of growing up that prompt the creation of TAG-U (Teens Against Growing-Up), a school club for students who feel they just don't "fit".

Abby,

Written by the teacher; edited by her students, Abby, is the Hallmark greeting card of young adult fiction. Have you ever been the “new kid”? Five times in seven years? Relating to her diary as her only friend, Abigail Van Buren Masterson finally gets the opportunity to be part of a stable life, complete with grandparents and a neighborhood who knows her. Even if this unexpected gift includes being the target of the school bully, Head Cheerleader Sheila, and surrounded by community members with unpronounceable surnames, Abigail can finally experience a “normal” life. Or at least as normal as life gets when adjusting to her mother’s diagnosis of multiple sclerosis. As a veteran eighth-grade language arts teacher and book junky, as well as a newly diagnosed MS patient, the creation of Abby served not only a writing dream-come-true but allowed a teachable moment with the inclusion of my students as editors and advisors in the process. I believe that junior high school is the most pivotal period in our lives; that decades or centuries do not change the largess of adolescent drama. All children long for innocence, even while fighting to be recognized as adults. A 2012 Reader’s Favorite Finalist and 2013 Reader’s Favorite Honor book in YA fiction, Abby is a coming of age tale that touches on the insecurities of adolescence and the emergence of adulthood.


                                                                               
book_1_alt_text                        AWARD-WINNING NONFICTION.  



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