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  • The Little Pine Tree

    by Ricarda Bush
    The Little Pine Tree is a young Ponderosa who has grown to just the right size to become a holiday tree in the Jones’ home. He is a bright young tree who has discovered that paying attention brings great rewards. He listens to various conversations that take place as people of all ages and from all walks of life walk the pedestrian paths that meandered through the great forest. He hears the fondness expressed by everyone who visits the forest. The Jones family live in an area near the forest. In... more
  • Boston Metaphysical Society - The Complete Series

    by Madeleine Holly-Rosing
    An ex-Pinkerton detective, a spirit photographer, and a genius scientist battle supernatural forces in late 1800's Boston.
  • Snowy's Adventure

    by Elaine Souter
    Elaine Souter Lives in Australia and was a registered nurse. After she retired she did Creative Writing Course. One day when she was taking her little dog Snowy for a walk he had a reaction with a Magpie. From then on, she got inspired and started writing about Snowy's Adventures. This is a fun and enjoyable story and color-me-book! Join uses we learn from Snowy and his adventures with the animals around him.
  • Death Valley '69

    by Lili Ristagno
    In the aftermath of MLK's assassination, Manson followers gather in the Haight-Ashbury district, Hollywood hedonism flourishes, Black Panthers organize, and the United States lays claim to the moon. Part rock 'n roll gossip, part true crime, illustrated narrative of "Death Valley '69" is a compelling invitation to gawk at the death of an American era: the 1960's. Author/artist Lili Ristagno offers unnerving details of chance and circumstance while cataloging the dark events which closed tha... more
  • Comics for Choice

    by Hazel Newlevant
    Comics for Choice is anthology of comics about abortion. As this fundamental reproductive right continues to be stigmatized and jeopardized, over sixty artists and writers have created comics that boldly share their own experiences, and educate readers on the history of abortion, current political struggles, activism, and more. Lawyers, activists, medical professionals, historians, and abortion fund volunteers have teamed up with cartoonists and illustrators to share their knowledge in accessibl... more
  • Down the F'n Tubes: an ode to fertility futility

    by Tom Hanada
    Down the F'n Tubes is an infertility story told in the style of Dr. Seuss -- but with sex and swearing! In the story, a young couple is whisked to a magical world where they must help an Egg and a Sperm swim across a wide sea and meet at an island in the middle. But month after month, the critters drown in the ocean's toxic, bloody waves. During the endeavor, our couple experiences shame, heartbreak, occasional joy, and double-entendres galore! 15% of people struggle with infertility. This... more
  • What Else Could Go Wrong? (What Could Go Wrong?) (Volume 2)

    by Dixie J Whitted
    If you love the twisted situations of Gary Larson's The Far Side or Chad Carpenter's Tundra, don't miss this cute collection of quirky cartoons. Good, clean fun - if you enjoy the Sunday comics, this is for you.
  • Farmer Tice #2--I Didn't Mean To Do It

    by Nelson Donley
    The sole purpose of these Farmer Tice books is for laughs. There are no other objectives. You won't find anything PC in this book. The stories evolved out of a slightly warped sense of subtle humor that's akin to genre of Mad Magazine, National Lampoon, The Simpsons, and Billy Whiskers. There are no hidden agendas nor lessons to be learned. It is just a fun book to read. ​ Farmer Tice was born on Friday the 13th. The year is uncertain, because nobody bothered to write it down. ​ Farmer Tice ... more
  • Cubicles: Deluxe Edition - Volume 1

    by Walter Ostlie
    Office zombies! Space pirates! Savage aliens! Galactic squid! Two less-than-average office workers are on a roller coaster ride across the universe. Will they make it back home? Can they save their company? Will there be any coffee left? Part epic sci-fi saga, part silly humor. All action packed thrills.
  • Shiver Bureau, Vol 1: Welcome to London

    by Walter Ostlie
    The exciting first volume of the Shiver Bureau series joins Pickle and Trish as they investigate a curious case of missing orphans in an alternate reality London overrun with ghosts and other evil things. It’s a comedy, action-adventure full of spooky monsters and witty banter. A throwback to Saturday morning cartoons. Ghosts are no longer able to pass over to the other side. Trapped in the mundane world, some spirits carry about with their old lives. Shivers, however, are a terrible nuisanc... more
  • Legend of the Mantamaji: Bloodlines

    by Eric Dean Seaton
    TV director Eric Dean Seaton's critically acclaimed “Legend of the Mantamaji” has been featured in over 150 articles in venues such as MSNBC, MTV, Forbes, Buzzfeed, and The Root. Now he returns with a new story in the Mantamaji saga that's just as action-packed, just as magical and even more dangerous. Two months ago, Elijah Alexander was a cocky and conceited Assistant District Attorney who wanted everything his poor upbringing couldn't give him. When he learned he was descended from an ancient... more
  • Legend of the Mantamaji Book Three

    by Eric Dean Seaton
    Beaten, betrayed, and left for dead, Elijah Alexander, the last Mantamaji, knows the end of the world is at hand. Soon Sirach will carry out his plan to open the Gates of Time and alter Earth’s history to suit his purposes.  How can Elijah stop Sirach, when he’s already failed before? To succeed, he will have to put aside vengeance, ignore his pain, and listen to a wisdom he’s forgotten. But he, and the world, are running out of time. Legend of the Mantamaji is a three-book graphic novel series ... more
  • Legend of the Mantamaji: Book Two

    by Eric Dean Seaton
    In a single week, Elijah Alexander has gone from being a famous and successful ADA in New York, to a hunted, haunted renegade on a mission of vengeance.  Because Elijah is the last of a race of ancient warriors called the Mantamaji who once fought the world’s greatest evils. And now the greatest evil of all has just reappeared and seeks to destroy the world as we know it. Elijah’s the only one who knows how to stop this, and the only one with the power to get it done—because it takes a warrior t... more
  • Legend of the Mantamaji Book One

    by Eric Dean Seaton
    As seen on: MSNBC, NBC, Forbes, Library Journal, The Root and more: Television director Eric Dean Seaton (CBS, NBC, Disney, Nickelodeon, TV One) pens his first graphic novel series -- a tale exploding with brilliant art, action-packed adventure, true-to-life characters and a smart, twisting plotline. Elijah Alexander, is a shallow, hotshot Assistant District Attorney in New York who learns he is the last of the noble Mantamaji, a long-lost race of warrior-knights who protected humanity from evil... more
  • Bridgeland: Volume Two

    by Marc R. D. Gibson
    Twelve years earlier brothers Terrence and Winfield desperate attempt to do a good thing ended in tragedy. Even after Terrence struggled to build a life and Winfield paid penance for their actions that night, fate has been catching up to them. When wealthy construction magnate Alasdair makes a shocking discovery about the events that took the life of his beloved son, both brothers find themselves tangled in a machiavellian web of revenge and betrayal. The Bridgeland saga ends here!
  • Bridgeland: Volume One

    by Marc R. D. Gibson
    Bridgeland is a contemporary suspense graphic novel set in Barbados. Two underpriviledged teenaged brothes make a desperate attempt to rob a wealthy home that ends in tragedy. Twelve years later, as one brother lives a successful life built on a lie and the other brother languishes in prison, the grief-stricken wealthy home-owner weaves a machiavellian web of revenge and betrayal to destroy the one he holds responsible.