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Blanket of Stars
Night is falling on the hill. A busy world is getting still. Join Little Bird, Little Bunny, Little Fox as they drift off into dreamland under a blanket of stars.

The Twelfth Stone
The Twelfth Stone is a Celtic American faerie tale for adults and young adults. It's a coming-of-age, romance, environmental faerie tale with lots of adventure and magic!

A Free Woman on God's Earth - by Ann-Elizabeth Barnes A Free Woman On God's Earth
The True Story of Elizabeth Mumbet Freeman
Co-Written by Ann-Elizabeth Barnes

It is the story of Elizabeth "Mumbet" Freeman, the enslaved African woman who had the courage and conviction to speak what was in her heart, suing for her freedom in a Massachusetts court of law.

Weeping Under This Same Moon - by Jana Laiz Weeping Under This Same Moon
"Weeping Under This Same Moon" is based on the true story of two teenage girls from different cultures, whose paths intertwine, dramatically altering the course of their lives.

About Jana Laiz
Jana Laiz has been writing for as long as she can remember. She is the author of the triple Award Winning novel, Weeping Under This Same Moon, The Twelfth Stone, Book of the Year Award nominee and Kids' Indie Next List pick, Elephants of the Tsunami, written to raise money for tsunami relief, and the co-author of "A Free Woman On God's Earth, The True Story of Elizabeth "Mumbet" Freeman, The Slave Who Won Her Freedom". Fascinated by other cultures, Jana studied anthropology and Chinese language at University. She is a teacher, a writer, an editor, a mom, an animal lover, a musician and a dreamer. She is passionate about our beautiful planet and endeavors to make a difference in the world and to work with others who feel the same. Jana is the very first writer-in-residence at Herman Melville's beloved Arrowhead. She lives in a 200-year-old farmhouse in the Berkshire Hills of Massachusetts.

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