Books by Nancy Janorschke

About To Give Away- Lonely Beagle Puppy

Janorschke Cover WebThis little book tells the all too familiar story of children begging for a pet and then losing interest as other interests develop.The first happy scenes are of getting a much longed for puppy. But gradually the puppy gets forgotten as friends and school activities take over. The puppy becomes lonelier and the children seem to forget their special friend. Finally, Mom decides the best thing for the puppy is to find a new home for him, so he ends up at the local Humane Society. The lucky puppy is found by an equally lucky little boy, and the two share a lifelong friendship.

To Give Away – Lonely Beagle Puppy is an important and heartwarming story for children to read before the patter of paws is heard at home.

 

About Everybody Needs A Place To Live

9781625166838-Perfect.inddWhen it comes to real estate: Whether it’s purchasing or renting, everybody does need a place to live!

So read this book!

As we all know, Everybody Needs a Place to Live. Author Nancy Janorschke has been managing rental property for 30 years and she still has fun doing it. “I’ve met so many wonderful people over the years and feel so good when I can help someone find a nice place to live,” she says.

Her incisive book on Successful Management of Rental Property provides the helpful information that you need to enter the lucrative housing and real estate management market.

This book gives you the A to Z on rental property. You will learn how to buy it, prepare it, find good renters, maintain it, and make money almost effortlessly while doing it. All your questions will be answered!

Hey, God! I Need Help! Bits and Pieces from 50 Years of Journaling

Hey, God! I Need Help! Bits and Pieces from 50 Years of Journaling shows how one woman found answers through the help of daily biblical psalms.

Everybody needs help to stay on an even keel from time to time, especially young mothers who end most days so tired they can’t think straight.

This little book relates how I was able to handle the feelings of inadequacy and helplessness that assail so many young mothers. With eight children, I needed all the help I could get. I wanted to be there for each of my kids as they survived the problems of growing up.

How do you find the energy to read to your children or say prayers with them when you can barely keep your eyes open? It helps to take time to rest a moment in God’s presence at some point during your busy day.

The best time for me was early morning, before the day came roaring down the track and ran me over and I could get myself together. Even ten minutes makes all the difference in the world to start your day with peace in your soul. After that brief period of “soul food,” I felt like I could tackle anything.

Looking back over my long life, I hope I succeeded.

Nancy Janorschke has read thousands of books over the years to her eight children and many grandchildren. Now retired, she was previously a real estate broker with her own business. Raised in northern Idaho, the author has lived in northern Minnesota for the past fifty years. “It is a place for strong people.”

About the Author

Nancy Janorschke has read thousands of books over the years to her eight children and many grandchildren. Now retired, she was previously a real estate broker with her own business. “I want my books to touch children where they store their feelings and hopefully help them to develop compassion for all God’s creation.”