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  • Laugh-A-Bull

    by Dan Stones

    We all know that knock knock jokes aren't funny...but Bull jokes? They're hilarious!

    What do you call a bull who can ride a unicycle and juggle at the same time? Unforgett-a-bull

    Join Hank Bull and his friends Ted Bear and Punnie Rabbit as they introduce you to a brand new world full of fun and laughter. Laugh-a-bull is the family friendly joke book loved by kids and adults alike.

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  • About a Farm

    by Marc Kuhn
    Awarded "Best First Chapter Book, 2013" by the Children's Literary Classics International Book Awards, About a Farm offers a barn full of lessons in life, whether on a farm, in a big city or just about anywhere. Parents of young children will find this a great bedtime read. A Teacher's Guide is available that supplements the book.
  • The 11th Year of Christopher Arthur McDaniels

    by Marc Kuhn
    The 11th year of Christopher Arthur McDaniels is a hilarious book for middle-schoolers. Christopher lives a life of calamity that will tug your heart and keep you laughing through his 11th year. Awarded a Gold Seal of Approval in 2015 by the Literary Classics International Book Awards.
  • The Pope's Stone, Second Edition

    by Marc Kuhn
    Based on a true incident in 1854 and rich with historical events and settings, The Pope's Stone is the story of two descendants of a Virginia family who share uncanny similarities in their lives ... except that they lived a century apart! One thing in common to both: the Pope's Stone!
  • Drafted

    by Rich Allan
    Rich Allan, an Army Veteran, spins a funny coming-of-age story (DRAFTED) about nineteen-year-old college student Eli J. Jones, who is illegally drafted in1966, during the life-threatening era of Vietnam. Eli tries to prove his innocence but finds himself plucked out of his carefree life and plunged into the U.S. Army. Despite his mantra of “I’m not supposed to be here,” Eli adapts, making many new friends, such as Harry, Tex, Steve, the Professor, Sam and lovely Nurse Sara. They help Eli cope... more
  • The Vicissitude of a Femme Fatale

    by Anthony Walker
    'This can't be happening' are the words Gloria continues to murmur to herself, until her thoughts of guilt delivers her to an area where she intends to toss the fate of her existence into the wind in a desperate act of committing suicide. When such an attempt fails, Gloria unwittingly embarks on the path of reinventing herself as an assassin to escape the tumultuous circumstances she was forced to suffer!!! A must read!!!!
  • Clear Blue Silence

    by Allan Havis
    A university film professor Jonathan Klein resolves a complex debt left by his deceased father which brushes against a New York criminal figure. Klein, a single parent of two headstrong teens in Southern California, also learns unsettling details about his late wife, about his brilliant Chinese national student, and about his close campus colleague who tried to commit suicide days before Yom Kippur. During the maelstrom, he rekindles with an old flame eager to leave Manhattan. The story, s... more
  • Betsy and Catherine: An Uncommon Friendship Revised and Revisited

    by Helen Gailey
    Set in eighteenth-century London, England. This fictional novel touches on the life of the upper crust and those who served them. As they both come together, foolish choices and harrowing consequences take two women-one an aristocrat and the other her servant-into a storm of trial, scorn, and tribulation. Stripped of title, recognition, and value, one wonders who the heroine really is, Catherine or Betsy? Catherine repeatedly asks, "How will Lord Edward find us?" A twisted and perverse judge con... more
  • On My Way Home

    by Joseph Trencher
    On a day like any other, a young child named Amen is suddenly recruited by an old man to search for buried treasure. Amen’s journey starts in the desert markets, but winds through caves, jungles and mountains. This adventure of a lifetime challenges Amen and forces the child to overcome the most extreme obstacles imaginable. After a while, the main objective shifts from holding on to the treasure and simply becomes getting back home in one piece. On My Way Home is a fictional, fantasy story like... more
  • The Children of Horseshoe Hideout in Family Trees

    by Rebecca Matthews Vorkapich
    Hannah, Wes, and Jamie are back! Life with their new family is everything they dreamed it could be, but never boring. There are adventures aplenty, but they still find time to help a friend in need—especially when his hardships may be the result of their own good fortune.
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  • Arrian's Lion

    by AJ Cullen
    Arrian’s Lion is the story of twenty-one year old Jay Holsley, the bastard son to Arrian’s king, who feels that no matter how hard he works to better his social circumstances, he has been doomed to suffer in this life from the moment sin gave it to him. He knows himself and what he desires to be, but he does not know how to survive as himself in a world of predators and prey. He is a man, but he fancies men. Yet the worst part is, his best friend is a man who fancies him. As it turns out, that’s... more
  • The Exasperated Clock

    by Debbie Hickman
    In The Exasperated Clock, the 12 numbers on the clock are silly, noisy, and irresponsible. Consequently, the Clock decides to throw each of the numbers off which becomes quite a problem because the numbers are on their own and are clueless. Eventually each number finds a better job than working on the clock. Kids will giggle their way through this book laughing at the antics of the numbers and their gainful, whimsical and surreal employment.
  • The Trinity Rivers Trilogy

    by K. Blanton Brenner
    In "The Trinity Rivers Trilogy" three rivers bear witness to the betrayal, violence and separation that defines two very different families. This is a story of the redemptive power of music and the grace found in a battered but enduring love, a love story that survives betrayal, loss and the lengthening shadows of time.
  • The Tale of the Tooth Mouse / ISBN: 978-1-7347769-2-8

    by George H Bentz
    Children everywhere know who the Tooth Fairy is and look forward to visits from this fabled character. But where did the Tooth Fairy come from? The Tale of the Tooth Mouse explores the origin of the Tooth Fairy by examining a series of unforeseen events in the life of a happy, carefree mouse named Timothy J who lived with his close friends, twins Jon and Anna. Readers will discover those life-altering nights that lead this mischievous mouse to an unimaginable transformation which has lived down... more