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by Denis HayesDo creatures really behave like this? Of course they do. Spike the Spider is a resourceful business man with a bothersome family. Ozzie Ostrich has an identity crisis. If he`s a bird why can`t he fly and sing? Ellie the adorable baby elephant is vain and Sebastion Seagull is afraid. See how they survive along with many other characters. The stories continue with Silly Fishy Stories for Kids and Silly Ghost Stories for Kids. Meet Stella Starfish who`s stagestruck and Ollie Octopus who can`t co... more
by Mark BurkenbineThis one is various unconnected memes, photos and illustrations. Some funny, some propaganda of how I see life. Should be a quick read. 200 plus pictures. Thanks for your time
by Ben RosenfeldRussian Optimism is an illustrated coffee table book containing thirty of Russia’s most horrifically hysterical nursery rhymes, in English.
by Fred HerringIn Super Power ABC's you will learn the alphabet while meeting members of the GO Team! and learning about their amazing super powers. Exciting characters and dynamic art make this a fun book for both parents and kids. Super Power ABC's is a great way to introduce the world of superheroes to young children while giving them a fun learning experience.
by Lewis GoldsteinFinnegan T., a shy, quiet Flea, lived on a cat in a monastery...until they tried to poison him. Follow Finnegan's adventures as he searches for sanctuary in the dangerous world of MAN. Two 'vermin,' one small, one big. Who is the true villain? A Graphic Epic, told in rhyme and fully illustrated by Arianna Grinager
by Regis Alliosn Jr.Based on themes created by the popular video game Fallout 3 & Fallout New Vegas. Fallout- The Descendants of Vaults 42, 43, & 55 is set 199.5 years after the great nuclear war of 2077. A family is thrust out of their safe, secure habitat into a unforgiving land recast in it's own deadly image. This graphic novel is a tale of lust, family, revenge, murder, love, friendship, vengeance, cannibalism and WAR.
by Kathleen J. ShieldsIn celebration of a successful start to a wonderfully educational children's book series we have created the 100+ page coloring and activity book to go along with the series. Makes a perfect add-to gift for any occasion. Inside you will find: - Coloring Pages - Games & Mazes - Word Searches - Find the Differences - Connect the Dots - Hidden Message - How to Draw... - Color By Numbers - Educational Content - Did You Know F... more
by Kevin PowersDelta Force Operator Ken Baker is the lone survivor of an attack in Afghanistan. Upon escaping captivity, he finds himself embroiled in a conspiracy that results in a team from the CIA’s Special Activities Division seeking his help to unravel the mystery of “Operation Quisling.” Lies, deception and betrayals leave Baker wondering what he fights for and who he can really trust. As the war in Afghanistan has all but ended, the conspiracy soon reveals a new and bigger threat, one that prompts Ba... more
by D. Bradford GamblesKiller On The Roof is about Bobby McMillan, a young boy living a pleasant, average life with his Father and his best friend Ravi in the quiet town of Claris Hills. But when an unexpected visitor arrives and takes up residence on the roof, Bobby has to fight against all odds to keep his family together. Killer On The Roof is the first graphic novel by independent comics creator D. Bradford Gambles.
by Joshua O'NeillWinsor McCay was perhaps the greatest cartoonist of all time, and the Sunday newspaper strip Little Nemo in Slumberland was his greatest creation. In Little Nemo: Dream Another Dream, many of the world's finest cartoonists will pay tribute to the master and his masterpiece, following their own voices down paths lit by McCay. Over 100 of the world's greatest cartoonists and illustrators -- including Bill Sienkiewicz, J.H. Williams III, Paul Pope, Michael Allred, David Mack, Stephen Bissette, Cr... more
by JC Thomas
The shadows are his comrades.
He wants nothing. He needs nothing.
He is free.
He is Ninja Mouse.
A collection of haiku poetry with themes of martial arts philosophy and nature. Japanese translations included.
by Christine Mari Inzer
The summer before she turned sixteen, Christine Inzer traveled solo to Tokyo to get reacquainted with her birthplace. Through charming illustrations, photos, and musings, Christine takes us on a journey through modern Japan: she explores the fashion hub of Harajuku; she hunts down geisha in Kyoto; she eats the best sushi of her life in Tsukiji; and she meets many interesting characters along the way. Halfway Home is an engaging—and often hilarious—look at a fascinating country and... more
by AnonymousFarlaine the Goblin has spent years wandering the very many Oddlands of Wug in search of a forest to call his own. He only has 10 lands left.
by Jason EaglespeakerThe chilling chronicles of a family's government-sanctioned exploitation in the residential/boarding school system.
by Rachel NassettaA few friends getting together, collecting super powers, and saving the world, and coming together as a team. But not everything goes the way the people want it to go.
by Kat RochaIn the near future… …science is able to distill human personalities into a drug-form. Called utopiates –a merging of the words utopia and opiate– these drugs allow users to swap personalities with the “mental imprints” of other people. Every user has their own reasons for seeking chemical escape, but all soon learn the cost of soul swapping is extremely high. Follow the interconnected lives of four individuals addicted to injecting “souls” in the sci-fi series, UTOPIATES Vol.1, now availab... more