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Nov 16, 2023
The Big Room
by Pearl Brickman
As a mother and a teacher, Pearl Brickman was quite aware of children’s fears. Written for early readers ages 5-9. The Big Room is the true story of her grandson’s dread of a
coat drawing and an example of how to desensitize children using gradual exposure to specific worries.
When a frightened mother asks woodsman and tracker Tye Caine to find her missing son, he can’t say no. The search takes him deep into the wilderness of the Cascade Mountains,
where he finds a group of people who want to live a wild life. The only catch is one of them might be a killer.
Arlo is just your typical teenager who loves playing video games, struggles with popularity, and has parents who nag him. But deep inside, Arlo is hiding a secret - something
evil has crept into his dreams, terrorizing his nights with horrific visions. When a strange girl shows up at his school, Arlo’s nightmares intensify, and he fights to understand a new feeling that has overcome him – an insatiable hunger that food can’t satisfy.
In the heart of New York City, Jay is a charismatic PR guru, loved by everyone for his humanitarian efforts. He's built a thriving company, not to amass wealth, but to have more
resources to help those in need. Ironically, he's engaged to a glamorous CEO with a purse collection that could feed the homeless in the city. He's only human after all.
Kaya James doesn't think like every other culmin. In her cold world, she is not looking to get married. Her overbearing mother has other plans...and so does an unexpected secret
admirer. Men are not romantic, at least that's what Kaya always thought. But the gifts keep coming, and for the first time, she is wrapped up in the idea of romance. With each note received more enthralling than the next, and a little help from the Paragons watching from afar, Kaya's heart may not be as safe from love as she once believed.
Gia was sixteen years old when a terrifying jumble of images invaded her head. The swirl of lives lived was horrifying and fascinating at once. The former made her conceal her
gift with education. She became a student of history—forensic reconstructive specialist. It was the only way she could let her talent drive her hands—to recreate images of those who lived, loved and lost their lives thousands of years ago. The latter made her accept a dangerous consulting job in Greece.