These are books by local authors that we currently have in our store on consignment.
Texas is one of the "birdiest" states in the nation. This book's photograph collection highlights more than 25 different species, including the great egret, roseate spoonbill, vermilion flycatcher, purple gallinule, and mockingbird (the state bird of Texas). Whether purchased as a gift or a coffee table display, "Texas Birds and Inspirational Quotes" will bring joy to any nature-loving reader.
This anthology features forty talented writers from Arkansas, Oklahoma, Texas, Louisiana, and other surrounding states that represent a unique part of American culture. While this region is often misunderstood as one type of place, the Mid-South belongs to a little bit of everywhere: part Southwest, part Midwest, part South-always wild.
A Pocketful of Virtues, Book One is an engaging and insightful rhyming book for children that introduces several impactful virtues and provides a foundation for conversations about what they mean in a child's everyday life. Book One of the four book series introduces the following virtues: Kindness, Perseverance, Curiosity, and Patience.
This is the 8th Edition of Ingrid Monroy's guide, published by the non-profit Mikey's Place, a comprehensive resource guide for families in the Greater Houston area, compiled by parents for parents. This guide covers everything you need to know from diagnosis to schools, camps and therapy, as well as programs for teens and adults.
Joyfully Married presents the wisdom of couples who have been married for a half-century or longer. Their words may differ, but they share similar insights into how they have stayed together through all of life's "ups and downs and everything in between".
"Everything Here Belongs to You succeeds beautifully at telling an intimate and deeply felt story of a troubled connection between two young women, set against a larger narrative of ideological conflict." -IndieReader (4.8 Starred Review)
When it Snows...Does a hare make a blanket to stay warm?Nooo....
From geese who fly south to bears who hibernate, this cute and cuddly book explores the different ways animals stay warm in the winter.
Elsa's family grows more unkind by the week. Her boss, a seven-foot-tall rage demon, has control of everything but his anger. And her cat wants to eat her. Things could be better.
The delightful and timeless tale of "The Nightingale," by Hans Christian Anderson, has been adapted and set to music by renowned composer and pianist, Kevin Lau, creating an enchanting, artistically immersive experience for children of all ages Each beautifully-illustrated page comes to life with music performed by the ROCO Chamber Orchestra (Houston, TX) along with captivating narration to he
What do you do when you come home and there is no home?
Grandparents' Day is quickly approaching, and Frannie will be all alone. None of her grandparents can attend the celebration, leaving Frannie nothing but disappointed.
"What if we postponed the date by one month?"
"Maybe I can phone my grandparents that day?"
"Why don't we share our grandparents?"
A colorfully illustrated children's book which aims to teach juvenile readers and ESL learners common phrases otherwise known as idioms. Each page has a phrase, the definition and an example sentence.
Liz Adams never imagined when she moved to Charleston with her truth sniffing Labrador retriever, Duke, that she would use her skills as a private investigator to avoid winding up on Death Row.
Stolen identities, a cult, a kidnapping, an attempted murder, and a budding romance . . .
Dinosaurs Like Bananas Too
Dinosaurs Like Bananas Too