The Adventures of Luxton: The World Changer

The Adventures of Luxton: The World Changer

$9.50 - $13.95eBook: $5.99
In this story, Stefphon Jefferson goes to the heart of what it means to be a World Changer. You must come to know and understand your gifts In continual effort you will grow and cultivate those gifts Through serving others you will help to inspire Are you ready to be a World Changer? If so, join Lux on a journey to see where you will go and what it takes to stand out. J.L and Becky Arnold Luxton's dad takes his son on a walk to talk about personal leadership. He offers Luxton to look at leadership as finding and serving his gift. With this new way of thinking, access to gifts are at the palm of his hand. Which gift will he serve? A World Changer is not someone who blends in, but someone who stands out and stands up ready to make a difference! As the first of a series, this book is a practical illustration for children and parents alike on how to lead and succeed no matter the age or background. More info →
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The Adventures of Spongeball Billy

The Adventures of Spongeball Billy

$8.99
This is the story of Spongeball Billy. It all starts in a small town where there is a magic shop and a poor, sad spongeball sitting on a shelf by himself who is anxious for a home, says “Why is it, that I was born a magic spongeball, yet no one has come in to get me?” Then the adventure begins when a little boy takes him home. Kids enjoy this activity/coloring book and look forward to their own magic Spongeball Billy. This activity book also has word puzzles and educational content. More info →
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Sammie Street Adventures

Sammie Street Adventures

$6.75
Activity & Coloring Book Adventures that coincides with the book Sammie Street Adventures "Stormy Saturday" More info →
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