10 Books Published by Xulon Press on Our Site — Book Cover Mosaic

Click for more detail about Princess Kamala and the Marriage Contract by Barbara Solomon Princess Kamala and the Marriage Contract

by Barbara Solomon
Xulon Press (Apr 12, 2018)
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Barbara, a retired Professor from the Borough of Manhattan Community College located in New York City, has spent most of her life teaching. She attended Morgan State University for her BS degree in Physical Education and Herbert Lehman College for her Master’s Degree in education. At a very early age Barbara discovered dance. She began studying and performing dance with the Bernice Johnson Dancers at the age of 14. Her earliest performances with the company were recitals and TV appearances on Soul to Soul. Barbara’s love and passion for dance has been a life time pursuit. After retirement she took a course in book binding and organized her company, Adzua Art Associates. Within the company she developed Adzua Book Art, dedicated to writing children’s books set in ancient Africa. Her greatest joy comes from telling fictional stories designed to inform, and stimulate children’s imaginations about ancient African civilization. With the writing of her sixth book, Barbara has found a way to introduce youth to stories using words instead of choreographed steps.


Click for more detail about The Eagle That Would Not Fly by Barbara Solomon The Eagle That Would Not Fly

by Barbara Solomon
Xulon Press (Mar 31, 2016)
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The story of Lumba, "The Eagle That Would Not Fly" is told through a series of unfortunate events that disrupt his life. He is first taught to fly by his mother along with his brothers and sisters. Their family unit is separated and displaced by nature’s fury. Lumba wakes up in a strange place and has to make adjustments to survive. He grows to love his new farm home and the companions that come with it. As time passes, Lumba is elevated to a position of power among the farm animals. It’s at this point that nature’s fury interrupts his life again and he finds himself separated from the farm and all the companions he had grown to love. Children ages 5 - 10 will enjoy Lumba’s world as he grows and meets his new challenges. The lesson Lumba teaches us is love those who are different from us, which is Gods challenge to all of us. Barbara has spent most of her life teaching and is a retired Professor from the Borough of Manhattan Community College. She attended Morgan State University for her BS degree in Physical Education and Lehman College for her Masters Degree in Education. Most of her career has been spent teaching and directing performances. At a very early age Barbara knew she wanted to dance. She began performing dance with the Bernice Johnson Dancers at the age of 14. Her earliest performances started with Bernice Johnson Dance recitals and TV appearances, on Soul to Soul. Barbara’s love and passion for dance has pursued her though out her life. After retirement she began to study book binding and organized her company Adzua Art Associates. From the company she developed Adzua Book Art. With this third children’s book she has found a way to tell a story using words instead of choreographed steps. Her greatest joy is now found in introducing youth to the world of performance through stories instead of steps.


Click for more detail about The Missing Relationship by Octavia Butler The Missing Relationship

by Octavia Butler
Xulon Press (Oct 29, 2015)
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How absurd is the thought of living for God without Him? Imagine being so involved with day to day routine, missing encounter after encounter. Picture missing and being left out of God’s next move in your life and the lives around you. What if in doing all of this the key to the next door of your breakthrough is never found. Think about experience after experience that you have found yourself struggling to handle and cope with on your own. I challenge you to screenshot the relationship you have with God provided by your connection through prayer. Could it be worked on? This book highlights the importance of relationship with God created by a steady prayer life in practice. It provides insight of what God desires on an individual base. It dives in on relationships with God and people. It discusses time management and priority in relations to prayer. It deals with prayer and consistency. Overall this book presents prayer and relationship in a simple perspective.


Click for more detail about Princess Kamala and The Attack of King Timaeus by Barbara Solomon Princess Kamala and The Attack of King Timaeus

by Barbara Solomon
Xulon Press (Feb 19, 2015)
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Princess Kamala’s favorite story was the attack of King Timaeus. As the story unfolds, Princess Kamala is sent a message from the Queen Mother, who lives across the desert, that King Timaeus is planning to launch an attack against their village. She immediately relays the message to the village elders, who ignore her warnings. Princess Kamala is hurt by their rebuff, but does not give up and continues to pursue a plan to protect and save the village from attack. Readers, ages 12 to 21, will enjoy this third story from the Princess Kamala series. Through this story we are inspired and motivated not to give up if your cause is just, even if others do. Barbara has spent most of her life teaching and is a retired Professor from the Borough of Manhattan Community College, located in New York City. She attended Morgan State University for her BS degree in Physical Education and Lehman College for her Masters Degree in Education. Most of her career has been spent teaching and directing performances. At a very early age Barbara knew she wanted to dance. She began performing dance with the Bernice Johnson Dancers at the age of 14. Her earliest performances started with Bernice Johnson Dance recitals and TV appearances, on Soul to Soul. Barbara’s love and passion for dance has pursued her though out her life. After retirement she began to study book binding and organized her company Adzua Art Associates. From the company she developed Adzua Book Art. With this third children’s book she has found a way to tell a story using words instead of choreographed steps. Her greatest joy is now found in introducing youth to the world of performance through stories instead of steps.


Click for more detail about Princess Kamala and the Lost Boy by Barbara Solomon Princess Kamala and the Lost Boy

by Barbara Solomon
Xulon Press (Jun 11, 2014)
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My third book continues the story of Princess Kamala over time, as she becomes the story teller and griot for her village. Through the telling of stories the children and their parents learn important life lessons and the history of their village. As Princess Kamala tells the story of The Lost Boy she explores human emotions such as: frustration, depression, anger, disappointment and sharing, in an easy format for young people and children to understand. The story focuses on two sisters, Nia and Kia, who almost tear their family apart through blame and distrust. As blame is shifted, within the village, more themes are exposed to the reader such as, sibling rivalry, conflict and its resolution through forgiveness. In the end it is Gods’ divine hand that protects all the characters including the animals.


Click for more detail about The Frog Who Could Not Jump by Barbara Solomon The Frog Who Could Not Jump

by Barbara Solomon
Xulon Press (Jan 27, 2014)
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This book is dedicated to my 6 year old Grandson. I want o give a message to young children that no matter what adversity they encounter there is always a way to solve it. Kimathi the little frog could not compete with the other frogs in his age group. He became sad and depressed until a large bullfrog tells him how to overcome his problem. By following the good advice of a friendly frog and relying on God, he surpasses the other frogs and becomes their leader. God brought forth the natural abilities to jump in Kimathi, just as God will bring out the gifts He’s given to those of His children. Follow Kimathi the frog, as he trains his mind and body to achieve excellence. Barbara attended Andrew Jackson High in Queens New York. She began performing dance with the Bernice Johnson Dancers at the age of 14. Her earliest performances started with Bernice Johnson Dance recitals and TV appearances, on Soul to Soul. Barbara attended Morgan State University where she majored in physical education and later Herbert Lehman for her Masters Degree in Education. Barbara has taught 4th grade to Community College. For 30 years she taught dance at the Borough of Manhattan Community College in New York City. Most of her career has been spent teaching and directing performances. In 1985 she started her own dance company "Barbara Solomon Dancers," where they performed in the Tri-State area at local community events. Barbara’s love and passion for dance has pursued her though out her life. She has worked and studied with some of the great names in the dance world from Alvin Ailey, Pearl Primus, Charles Moore, Dinizulu and many others. Her greatest joy is found in introducing youth to the world of dance through performance. After retirement she began to study book binding and organized her company Adzua Art Associates. From this she developed Adzua Art Books. Barbara is a first time author and hopes to continue with many more Christian children’s books.


Click for more detail about The Girl Who Wanted to Become a Princess by Barbara Solomon The Girl Who Wanted to Become a Princess

by Barbara Solomon
Xulon Press (Aug 28, 2013)
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This book was originally written for my granddaughter Kamala. But the message is for anyone who has a dream that others may consider impossible. Kamala’s dream is to become a princess. She holds onto her dream for many years and finally shares it with an old woman in her village. The old woman tells her how to fulfill her dream. With her new direction Kamala embarks on a grand adventure to chase her dream. The message for all who read this story is not to follow you dream, but to chase it. Travel with Kamala as she embarks on her impossible quest to become a princess. This Christian children’s book is the perfect length for a bedtime story, followed by a goodnight kiss, and sweet dreams wish as you turn out the lights. Barbara attended Andrew Jackson High in Queens New York. She began performing dance with the Bernice Johnson Dancers at the age of 14. Her earliest performances started with Bernice Johnson Dance recitals and TV appearances, on Soul to Soul. Barbara attended Morgan State University where she majored in physical education and later Herbert Lehman for her Masters Degree in Education. Barbara has taught 4th grade to Community College. For 30 years she taught dance at the Borough of Manhattan Community College in New York City. Most of her career has been spent teaching and directing performances. In 1985 she started her own dance company "Barbara Solomon Dancers," where they performed in the Tri-State area at local community events. Barbara’s love and passion for dance has pursued her though out her life. She has worked and studied with some of the great names in the dance world from Alvin Ailey, Pearl Primus, Charles Moore, Dinizulu and many others. Her greatest joy is found in introducing youth to the world of dance through performance. After retirement she began to study book binding and organized her company Adzua Art Associates. From this she developed Adzua Art Books. Barbara is a first time author and hopes to continue with many more Christian children’s books.


Click for more detail about 7 Healthy Stages in Male and Female Relationships by Donald Davenport 7 Healthy Stages in Male and Female Relationships

by Donald Davenport
Xulon Press (Jan 05, 2008)
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This book’s essential purpose is to speak to the heart of someone who has been on a long painful journey of relationships that have misfired and has found themselves misguided. It is for those who are tired of society's definition of friendship and what it means have someone special in their life. I would imagine this compilation of steps and stages may appear to some to be mechanical and too confining. The opposite is really true in this case. The contents of this book make the ultimate assumption that real freedom is found within its fences. God gave Adam and Eve freedom to eat of anything in the garden. God was essentially saying yes you have real freedom Adam and you really have more options than you have limitations and restrictions but just don't taste from this one tree. These seven steps allow the reader to see, just like the Garden of Eden that their options are more than they could ever imagine.


Click for more detail about Diary Of A Woman Pastor by Sheritha Bowman Diary Of A Woman Pastor

by Sheritha Bowman
Xulon Press (Nov 04, 2006)
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Click for more detail about The Boiling Pot of Injustice by Kelvin Bodley The Boiling Pot of Injustice

by Kelvin Bodley
Xulon Press (Jun 23, 2006)
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Come out, come out wherever you are, Kelvin Bodley shares from his own experiences battling against discrimination in the workplace to show you how to triumph using God’s unfailing provisions.

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