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Books with author Jennifer K. Mann

  • Sunny Sweet Can So Get Lost by Jennifer Ann Mann

    Jennifer Ann Mann

    Hardcover (Bloomsbury USA Childrens, March 15, 1805)
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  • Adults Coloring Book: Stress Relieving Animal Designs with Butterflies, owls, horses, elephants, and more!

    Jennifer K.

    Paperback (Independently published, Aug. 16, 2019)
    This adults coloring book is a fantastic collection of more than 50 stress relieving animal designs that will provide you hours of fun, relaxation, and stress relief. No matter what level you are at, you can as much enjoy these specially designed patterns as it is said that "There's no wrong way to color!"- Over 50 animal designs.- Each image is printed on one sheet to minimize scoring and bleed-through- Specially designed pattern for relaxation- Great for every skill levels
  • Sunny Sweet Is So Not Scary by Jennifer Ann Mann

    Jennifer Ann Mann

    Hardcover (Bloomsbury USA Childrens, July 6, 1642)
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  • Sunny Sweet Is So Not Sorry by Jennifer Ann Mann

    Jennifer Ann Mann

    Paperback (Bloomsbury USA Childrens, March 15, 1862)
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  • Travel with Wise Men, Seek Direction

    Jennifer J Mann

    (Trilogy Christian Publishing, Aug. 25, 2020)
    What would be the effect on your life if you were to have a personal encounter with Jesus? Travel along with Raji, the teenaged son of one of the Magi, as they follow the star to worship the newborn Christ.This is a tale about a young, inquisitive, adventurous boy that expands the familiar story of the Magi. This book is designed to engage the family not just in the reading, but in the countdown devotionals, activities, and conversational prompts. Create memories while learning and having fun that strengthens the bonds of family. Intended age of primary reader is 7-10.
  • Vegan Lunch Box: 130 Amazing, Animal-Free Lunches Kids and Grown-Ups Will Love!

    Jennifer McCann

    Paperback (Da Capo Press, Aug. 5, 2008)
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  • Dressed to Play

    Jennifer Manuel

    eBook (Lorimer, Aug. 6, 2019)
    Fourteen-year-old Jordan lives for basketball — she is a star player on her school team, and aspires to play women's college/pro basketball like her basketball heroes. But the people around her have been changing. Wyatt, the star of the boys' basketball team, and his teammates call her Jordan the Jock, hinting that she is less of a girl for being strong and athletic. The players on her team want their new uniforms to be short, tight and sexy, rather than the functional athletic wear Jordan wants. Her best friend is suddenly more concerned with how she looks — and attracting Wyatt — than basketball. Even Jordan's parents point out that boys don't like girls who are better at sports than they are.Jordan thinks she might have found an ally in a boy named Amin, who not only plays basketball, but clearly admires his older sister, who plays at the college level. But when Amin doesn't stand up for her against Wyatt and the teasing, she feels more alone than ever and wonders if she should just give up the game. But then she meets Amin's sister, who shows her that there is no shame in being a girl and a strong athlete.
  • Head to Head

    Jennifer Manuel

    Paperback (Lorimer, Sept. 7, 2020)
    With characters who display diversity in ethnicity and leadership style, Head to Head is based in Victoria, British Columbia, and focuses on empowering girls to work together and develop leadership qualities. Readers will instantly recognize the struggle of dealing with someone they don't get along with as main character Emika struggles to connect with her co-captain on the soccer team named Maram. Rather than portraying others as inherently difficult and avoidable, Head to Head instead illuminates healthy relationships and teamwork, particularly for young girls.
  • Head to Head

    Jennifer Manuel

    Hardcover (Lorimer, Aug. 17, 2020)
    With characters who display diversity in ethnicity and leadership style, Head to Head is based in Victoria, British Columbia, and focuses on empowering girls to work together and develop leadership qualities. Readers will instantly recognize the struggle of dealing with someone they don't get along with as main character Emika struggles to connect with her co-captain on the soccer team named Maram. Rather than portraying others as inherently difficult and avoidable, Head to Head instead illuminates healthy relationships and teamwork, particularly for young girls.
  • Head to Head

    Jennifer Manuel

    eBook (Lorimer, Sept. 7, 2020)
    With characters who display diversity in ethnicity and leadership style, Head to Head is based in Victoria, British Columbia, and focuses on empowering girls to work together and develop leadership qualities. Readers will instantly recognize the struggle of dealing with someone they don't get along with as main character Emika struggles to connect with her co-captain on the soccer team named Maram. Rather than portraying others as inherently difficult and avoidable, Head to Head instead illuminates healthy relationships and teamwork, particularly for young girls.
  • The Charms Of Time

    Jennifer Marsh

    Paperback (CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, )
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  • Simeon and the Purple Pearl by Jennifer Maska

    Jennifer Maska

    Hardcover (Creative Alternatives Press, March 15, 1721)
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