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  • Infernal Regions

    by Rebecca Stewart
    A Prime Minister strides into a boiling sea. And disappears. Plunged into a slippery nightmare, he must face the consequences of an environmental war we’ve waged on a terrifying abyssal world. This black-and-white undersea sci-fi graphic novel follows in the inkstains of Moebius, Alberto Breccia and Katsuhiro Otomo and is a love-letter to devotees of hand-inked stories.
  • Rebirth of the Gangster Act 4: Inheritance

    by CJ Standal
    The Thompson and Anderson family saga concludes here! Marcus and Hunter are still dealing with family sins and secrets, but now they have a few of their own. Reeling from a death in the family, Marcus is pulled into Hunter's plans to rob a bank, to rob a safety deposit box with Marcus's family inheritance. But Marcus is sick of being manipulated by Hunter and has a scheme of his own. And Hunter is finally reaching the end of his road to revenge, but Hunter must decide if it's a pat... more
  • Lao and Chen

    by Braulio Pitra
    Lao and Chen master your art is a fantasy tale about twins' brother and sister that are in a big quest for the mastery of their magical powers. The core to their powers is the box of life and that box has an enemy that wants to destroy it, a foe well known as Ilu Destroyer of life. The twins's world is counting on them – they must master their powers to save humanity. Reasoning can change situations or behaviours; the twins have to listen to each other so that the world can be a better place for... more
  • Grandmother's Bedtime Stories

    by Gloria M Madden
    The subjects in this combined book of children's stories include a poodle, a cricket, a duck, a raccoon, a robin, a seal, and a squirrel. The stories are written to stir a child's imagination, love, and understanding of animals.
  • The Accidental Warriors

    by Karl Fields
    When a young boy's friends are captured and taken to a mystical world, he must overcome years of self-doubt to defeat the monster, save his friends and find his way back home in time for dinner.
  • Jay's Big Sleepover

    by Jeremy James
  • Iniquitous

    by Leon Shumba
    A synopsis of an emotional and spiritual rollercoaster that can come across as arbitrary and without a clear conclusion at times. However, like many authors throughout history who have sought to grasp the human mind's obsession with power, greed, and hierarchical societies, the conclusion or solutions are continuously shifting. As history and current events have repeatedly revealed, bodies are continually sacrificed by those obsessed with the devilish fixation of power. The goal is to stir thoug... more
  • I'M FAT!

    by Anthony Feinman
    They look like stuffed animals but could they really be alive? You never know with this sequel to The Magic Press: And other Critter Stories. Anthony Feinman's latest children's graphic novel story, I'M FAT! A Critters Adventure begins with Leni Bear (Short for Millennium) waking up one morning, looking at herself in the mirror and declaring herself FAT! So begins a morning of goofy comments around the breakfast table with her fellow Critters, messy tooth brushing mishaps, fall walks and swee... more
  • SpotZ the Frenchie: He’s been a naughty puppy . . .

    by Kiara Shankar
    SpotZ the Frenchie is not an ordinary dog. He has a big heart and does not think twice before doing what it tells him to do. This leads to all of his mischievous journeys, making him a very naughty puppy throughout the book. Join SpotZ as he causes mishaps and hilarious moments everywhere he goes. This book is a great read for dog lovers.
  • “I See a Bee!”: Baby's First Sentences

    by Maria McCarthy

    "I See a Bee!" is “a deceivingly simple, straightforward, engaging, and colorful children’s book for beginners,” according to The US Review of Books, where Jonah Meyer noted, “Because the book’s artwork is so striking and visually pleasing (rather like paintings), young readers and readers-to-be will find the book-sharing experience enticing.”

  • A Very Strange Party On Bangy-Bong

    by Ashlyn Moss and Peter C. Hare
    A cheeky, zany and humorous tale about three friends from another planet where animals talk and bother and trouble is rife complete with stinky smells and obnoxious cooking recipes.

    by Icarus Parks
    The Dark Tunnel Adventure: QUEST ON THE THRONE! serves as an all-in-one bathroom buddy and monster compendium bringing your lowly deeds to high fantasy life! This witty portrayal of lavatorial adventures is sure to bring a smile to your face, reminding you that you’re number one even when you’re going number two. Humor, Adult Fiction
  • Christmas and Candy Canes

    by Gloria Madden
    Christmas and Candy Canes celebrates the holidays with Santas elves, singing mermaids, and a surprise party. The doves flutter, the mermaids dance, and Goldy Goldfish and her little friends twirl with the blue bubbles in their park aquarium. Ollie and Oscar Octopus become friends while exploring the island's cave. The sea horses fastened pretty-colored shells to the tall seagrass. The big surprise is a sunken ship with many treasures. Santa and his helpers are very busy making toys for his speci... more
  • Puppy Love

    by Julian Lorenzana
    In Puppy Love, a female dog abandons three scrawny, little puppies, and two little boys find them. One of the boys feels sorry for them, so he takes them to his house. There are three pets living with the family already, so the father plans to put the puppies up for adoption as soon as they regain their healthy appearance. His plans go awry as his three little daughters refuse to give them up. Soon, the entire family falls under the spell of the puppies, and the father has a tougher time decidin... more
  • The Book of Revelation As Revealed to Rabbi Zeus by Bob Prophette

    by Bob Prophette
    The Book of Revelation Zeused.
  • New Kid Dictionary

    by Lazar Sarna
    The New Kid Dictionary is a compilation of original expressions, queries, explanations and utterances, (all off-the-cuff) by kids and adults faced with usually common or surprising circumstances. These have been captured and set down here in their original form, thereby preserving the humor, innocence, joy and curiosity that language can offer. Sometimes the wording may be twisted or incomplete. Often the idea is there but half-baked in its expression. These sayings capture a stage in life and ... more