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Join Kentuckian, Multiple Award-Winning Author Linda J. Hawkins as she celebrates the 20th Anniversary of the company she founded, Heart to Heart Publishing, Inc., with a trip down memory lane. Short stories and poems, her heart’s journey from childhood to adulthood as told for the first time. Perhaps you’ll laugh and cry as you traverse her life’s path with her. The challenges she pushed through, the memories she’s cherished, and the constant love and guidance of God. . .
With Him It Is Possible
In a time of much fear and uncertainty in the present world, this book brings a message of hope and faith in God. The experiences of the Acord family let us all know that God is in control. Holding to HIS unchanging hand in times of trial and stress brings the promise of peace and hope. With Him It Is Possible shines the light of hope in a dark world full of despair.
Lil' Bill and the Blue Moon Express
“Lil’ Bill and the Blue Moon Express” spends his days traveling the countryside and spreading his “high
lonesome” sound everywhere he goes.
Hop aboard and let Lil’ Bill take you on an unforgettable journey to the “birthplace” of Bluegrass music as he
clickety clacks down the railroad tracks.
Know He Is the Answer
This collection was inspired
by the Lord for the homeless,
disabled and the down trodden.
Meant only to give
honor where honor is due,
inspire those that will accept,
and draw attention to all
that have been neglected.
The poems were written to
encourage to draw closer
to the Lord. To open your
heart to the one true God.
He will always be there for you.
MOM KNOWS BEST
"This new collection of 101 stories will show your mother, grandmother, wife, or mother-in-law just how much you appreciate her. She'll love these personal, heartwarming, sometimes hilarious anecdotes about all the adventures of motherhood and how kids eventually realize that simple truth: Mom Knows Best."
A Time Together
Jewel Logan Leach is a former pastor, current minister, and the father of thirteen children. With excerpts from his journals and riveting tales from his childhood, he has brought to life, the story of his journey with his late wife, their family, and his walk with God.
“For who hath despised the day of small things?” –Zechariah 4:10a KJV
Humble beginnings, seasoned with trials, can make a mighty man of God. In the autobiography of Jewel Logan Leach, he recounts the tales of his own life.
Who Do I Look Like?
Journey is an inquisitive little girl! Journey has always had questions and most were answered by her adoptive parents. They talked with her about being adopted, where she was born, where they picked her up but the one question no one could answer was “Who Do I Look Like?”
Doc, The Little Tractor
"Doc" the Little Tractor loves his work on Farmer John's farm. But what happens when the farm gets TOO big for "Doc" to handle on his own?
Will "Doc" lose the job he loves or find a way to keep doing what he loves?
What do you think will happen to "Doc"?
Tiny the Toy Poodle
Tiny, the toy poodle puppy, has been adopted and is moving to a new home! Join her on this exciting adventure as she discovers a whole new world and learns to love her new "Momma". This true story of a young pup beginning her life journey, is a lesson in love and devotion between an adorable pet and her person. The rhyming text and the colorful illustrations are a delight for pet lovers of all ages.
Alexander 3-in-1 in Spanish
All three of the Alexander books in one, translated into Spanish.
Miracles and More
Heart to Heart Publishing, Inc.'s own, Linda J. Hawkins shares "The Unexpected Miracle," in this Chicken Soup for the Soul, Miracles and More collection.
Life Before and After Death
Life is short. We never know what each day may hold. In a moment, in the blink of an eye, that life can end. This author relays her own story along with the miraculous journey she has traveled since that day.
This collection of stories by Betty Ruth Hatter includes memories, new and old, family tales, a bucket list and all the laughter, tears and experiences along the way. These stories are sure to encourage, uplift and bring a measure of faith and dose of delight to you and yours.
If a Man Dies, Shall He Live Again?
The book is a companion to a painting, which was inspired by a meditation on Revelation 22, wherein is described the Tree of Life.
Originally developed as a source of hope for the dying, the painting and accompanying interpretation took on a universal application, since all individuals will eventually pass through the Valley of the Shadow of Death.
One beautiful fall day, outside was a girl -
When down from a tree fell a small baby squirrel!
When Dropsy, a baby squirrel falls from his nest, his only chance for survival is with the help of a loving human family. This is a story about love and values, the love of all creation and how each person can make a difference.
The Rainbow in Every Storm
“Why is this happening to me?”
“Lord, help me!”
“I just don’t know what to do.”
“How will I get through this?”
“I wish someone would just tell me what to do.”
“Who can I turn to?”
Haven’t we all had thoughts like these? We can find help in God’s Word. The author found helpful Scriptures while looking for answers
during her own storms. She not only hopes they will be helpful to anyone weathering a storm, but that others will become
more aware of how to help friends through stormy times.
Lulabelle is a lively mobile home, who provides love and shelter to the family who lives in her. Join her, along with Cassie, Matthew and Callie
the No-Tailed Cat, in discovering what makes a home truly complete. If
you and your family have ever lived in a mobile home, or live in one now, “Lulabelle, The Trailer with Lots and Lots of Love,” will find its way into your family’s heart and bookshelf.
Southern Seasons 2
All kinds of reasons for a Southern Seasons & Tea-licious Tea Time! . . . This book guides you through the fun with ease and grace. You will do your own tea party and wonder why you haven’t done this before!
Ben Beagle Rides
Ben the Beagle goes for a ride to the veterinarian
And pays attention to the farm machinery in this cheerful rhyming story with a gentle lesson about “No”and being safe around things that go!
Where Was the Yellow School Bus?
What time is it? Is that yellow? Will the bus ever come? Did you hear that noise? Even very young children will enjoy the hint of suspense within the pages of this book. In a very colorful story, twin brothers must be patient as they await the arrival of their older brother from his very last day of kindergarten.
Following the read-aloud book leads ‘I Spy’ enthusiasts searching for numbers, time, colors, things that make noise, and more.
Hannah Jamison leads an innocent and content life at the edge of the Black Hills during the late 19th century. With the death of her younger brother, the unfamiliar and the unknown are introduced into her life. Hannah withholds her worries because of her mother's obvious fragile state of mind. Hannah's developing relationship with newcomer, Isaac Daniels, is questioned when Bella White comes to town. Things begin to happen that no one can explain. She finds herself feeling confused and . . .
When Emmeline gives away her favorite sweater, she decides to include a handwritten note. She’s happy to be generous. She’s excited about getting a new sweater. But things don’t turn out the way Emmeline expects and she isn’t happy. Never does she guess the journey she or her sweater will take!
Blue Dust Days
Dessie and her brother Lem live a hard-scrabble life in an Eastern Kentucky coal mining town during the Great Depression. When their house burns down while their father is under the influence of alcohol, Lem must become a miner – a fate far different from his dream of working with horses. Determined to help Lem escape from the mine, Dessie leads him to Lexington and jobs as stable hands at Rutledge Farms. There, Dessie and Lem become entangled in mysterious events centered on Star of Destiny.
In honor of our 20th Anniversary, each order will receive one $20 gift book for FREE!
*One per order
We are so excited that some of our books were recently reviewed, and wanted to share those reviews with you! Please read the reviews and then why not buy a copy for yourself or someone you love!
Pattie Pierce states, "I am an avid reader who loves books, especially ones from a Christian perspective. Hope Island by Diana G. Hankla from Heart to Heart Publishing captured my attention, broke my heart, made me gasp in disbelief and more before the book was over. " Read the whole review here! Or purchase the book here.
Amanda Hopkins states, "The Story of Norman is a delightful book to read for fun or to help teach important lessons to your children. We are excited to learn more about Norman in the sequel book." Read the whole review here! Or you can purchase the book here!
Melanie Reynolds states, "Are you looking for some time-honored, long-beloved home-y recipes to share and prepare with your own family? Are you a mom looking for encouragement and strength as you raise your family and engage with them in daily life? Southern Seasons with Memory Making Recipes will provide you and your loved ones with four seasons’ worth of encouragement, delicious foods, and times together that you will never forget. This cookbook is perfect for nourishing bodies, relationships, and spirits. I loved reading it and cooking with it, and I joyfully recommend it to you!" Read the whole review here! Or you can purchase the book here!
We are excited to announce that the book Southern Seasons 12 Months of Tea-licious Recipes & Ideas was an Award Winner in the "Coffeetable Books" category of the 2018 New York City Big Book Award!
It was previously awarded: Finalist in the "Cookbooks: International" category of the 2018 International Book Awards, the Bronze award in the 2018 Feathered Quill Book Awards Program for the Informational category, and Award Finalist in the "Cookbooks: Regional," & "Cookbook: General " categories of the 2017 Best Book Awards, American Book Fest!
We are excited to announce that the book Southern Seasons with Memory Making Recipes was an Award Winner in the "Regional Cookbooks" category of the 2018 New York City Big Book Award!
It was previously awarded: "Honorable Mention" in the 2016 Paris Book Festival, Finalist in "Cookbooks: Regional" in the 2016 International Book Awards, 1st place Winner in "Cookbooks" in the 2016 Pacific Rim Book Festival, a Spring 2015 NABE Pinnacle Book Achievement Award Best Family Cookbook, and was a 2015 USA Best Book Awards Finalist in two categories: "Cookbooks:General/Gift" and "Regional."
Congratulations to Julie Stallings and Travis Shanks! Their book, The Sweater, has tied for the bronze award in the Juvenile Fiction--Early Reader/First Chapter Book category of the 2017 Moonbeam Children's Book Awards.
Congratulations to Autumn Stanley and Travis Shanks! Their book, My Sign's BIgger than Your Sign, has won the Fall 2016 NABE Pinnacle Book Achievement Award!
Congratulations to Diana Hankla and Derek Guyer! Their book, Under the Silvery Moon, has won the Best Book Award by USA Book News.
Congratulations to Lynn Kendrick and Jeanie Kittinger! Their book, Jack's Tales, was named a Finalist by USA Book News!
Congratulations to Donna Finch Slaton! Her book, Ben Beagle Plays, the first in the book series has won the Summer 2016 NABE Pinnacle Book Achievement Award in Childrens Books.
An Excellent Opportunity!
Would you be interested in a free copy of Peter O. Knight's The Heart? The author is inviting teachers, book clubs, and other organizations the opportunity to recieve a free copy of his book for the purpose of review.
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