A Parents' Guide to Early Autism Intervention

On July 6, 2011, in Best eBook Cover - Other, Parenting/Family - Non-Fiction, by Kimberly Kaplan

This guide is a helpful journey through early autism intervention through experiences, advice, observations, and finally breakthroughs of one family.

Owen's Day

On July 1, 2011, in Best eBook Cover - Other, Popular Literature - Fiction, by Helen Yeomans

Owen’s Day is the story of a man who saves a child then disappears, and the family and city who insist on thanking him.

The Seahawk's Sanctuary

On July 1, 2011, in Best eBook Cover - Other, Historical Literature - Fiction, by Lynne Marie

Pirates. Now she had to contend with pirates. Then the blows to the door ceased. “Find Buck, seems I have need of his special talents.”

Pilate's Cross

True college murders inspired #thriller #ebook Pilate’s Cross: a story of mystery, adventure, smart alecks and imaginary friends.

151 Uncommon and Amazing Art Studio Secrets

On June 30, 2011, in Art/Graphics - Non-Fiction, Best eBook Cover - Other, by Martin Safir

This book contains tips & techniques to help you create better artwork, apply new and unusual methods, and ignite your artistic expression.

Valentino Speaks: The Wisdom of Rudolph Valentino; Cues and Views from the Other Side

On June 30, 2011, in Best eBook Cover - Other, New Age - Non-Fiction, by Wayne V. Hatford

One of the greatest lovers the world has ever known returns to the spotlight as gifted teacher and metaphysician. Rudolph Valentino shares his wisdom from beyond.

State of Mind eBook Cover

On June 13, 2011, in Best eBook Cover - Other, by Sven Davison

Submission for the ebook cover category: STATE OF MIND


On June 13, 2011, in Best eBook Cover - Other, by Aaron Lazar

What would you do if your country church was hit by a rogue tornado during services? What if the shrieking winds unearthed the bones of a missing parishioner in a nearby wheat field? Now add the discovery of heroin in your elderly minister’s bloodstream. When Gus LeGarde is thrown into the middle of the mess, […]

The Wayward Child

On June 12, 2011, in Autobiography/Memoirs - Non-Fiction, Best eBook Cover - Other, by Rita_Lowther

It’s not often that you get the unsullied memories of a child growing up in the Australian countryside during the years of the Second World War published raw and unvarnished over sixty years later. A Wayward Child begins with Rita’s country girlhood in Tumut where her father worked as a guard at the open prison […]

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