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  • Poopity-Poop! (A Princess Fartalot Story)

    by Hope Barrett
    DEFIANT and unconventional, Princess Fartalot finds herself at the edge of the forest and sanity at the offering of doo ~ yes, that would be poo ~ in Part Two of her ongoing adventures.
  • Tryouts for Ben

    by Jean M Cogdell
    The parents of Benjamin Wade Marshall are worried he spends too much time alone and way too much time playing video games. They want him to try out for a sport. But Ben is convinced he is terrible at all sports. He would rather cheer on his big brother, a star athlete than tryout for a team. With his parent's encouragement, Ben discovers all it takes is a little perseverance and hard work and anything is possible. A story for young readers, between the ages of 6-9 years old who are bridging the ... more
  • Rude Boy USA (Rude Boy USA Series Volume 1)

    by Victoria Bolton
    Say good-bye to the era of godfathers. The Chimera Group has put a new face on organized crime. Mob boss Bernie Banks and his associates—John, Ben, and Jerome—differ from your ordinary Sicilian and Irish mob families. Two white, two black, they style themselves after the Rude Boy culture made popular in Jamaica. Operating as a shell investment company supported by illegal activities, the Chimera Group hopes to become as powerful as other crime families and gain respect from the Cosa Nostra... more
  • Greg's First Adventure in Time

    by C. M. Huddleston
    Archaeology, time travel, and a moose hunt combine to force 12-year-old Greg to face his fears and find his strengths. Greg explores a world that existed more than 3,000 years ago with his new Native American friend Hopelf. While Greg learns about Native American ways of life, how to hunt and fish, and just to survive, he is always searching for a way back home. This new book for young readers allows your child to travel in time with Greg to 1,000 B.C. Greg’s wild adventures will excite... more
  • True Mercy

    by Idelle Kursman
    A widowed father is struggling to take care of his eighteen year-old autistic son while working a full-time job. One day his son finds an escaped abductee from a human trafficking ring on their property and their world is turned upside-down. Will the father agree to help her? Can he protect both his son and the woman while maintaining his sanity in the process?
  • Oscar Takes Off! The Eco-Adventures of 'Oscocopter'

    by Liz Lord
    One day, in his otherwise humdrum life, Oscar encounters a barrage of sea debris. He decides he has to know and understand where it comes from. It turns out, his tentacles can do more than just let him move around the ocean floor. They can help him to fly! With his imagination in overdrive, Oscar takes off! This first eco-adventure as "Oscocopter" is just one of many he will have around the world, making a difference wherever he goes.
  • The Stormwater Drains in Canberra

    by Paul Johan Karlsen
    Consumed by pubescent desires, Kurt Larsen, a resourceful Norwegian boy, wants to speed up his sexual coming of age. Taking matters in his own hands, Kurt secretly opens a mailbox at the local post office and, posing as an adult, begins to take out personal ads in porn magazines. From there, little goes according to his master plan. 'The Stormwater Drains in Canberra' is a story of friendship and loneliness, of striking the right balance between privacy and secrecy, and above all, of learning ho... more
  • Life After Death at Ipsambul (Arion's Odyssey, vol. #1)

    by Lin Sten

    After the decades-long assault by despotic Persia on the allied Greek states, the Greeks finally defeated their massive enemy. Now, in the ancient Mediterranean world of Life After Death at Ipsambul, war is imminent among the Greeks. Arion, the only child of a wealthy mercantile family on idyllic Lesbos, had the education and security to evolve into a poetic soul. As a boy growing into a man, he is thrust into a violent world while his unscrupulous uncle is running the family estate.... more

  • Thanks, PG! Memoirs of a Tabloid Reporter

    by John Isaac Jones

    Thanks, PG! recounts the life and adventures of reporter Billy Don Johnson during his twenty years (1975-1995) working for the fictional tabloid The National Insider. After his dreams of becoming a crusading journalist with daily newspapers are dashed, Billy throws himself wholeheartedly into the wild journalistic world of diets, household tips, ghosts, UFOs and celebrity scandal, all to please Padrone Gallione (PG), the wonderful madman who is editor and publisher of ... more

  • Tantric Mountain

    by B.C. Hook

    Trust no-one. Including yourself.

    A dark, seductive world of paranoia, deceit and conspiracy unravels as multiple narrator's lives intersect in a town shadowed by Montana Roja, a gleaming red volcano on the island of Tenerife. Tantric Mountain is a compelling glimpse into one man's journey from a pitiful existence to success beyond his wildest dreams.

    But nothing is as it seems and no-one can be trusted.

    The story: Matt Renshaw ... more

  • Two Cities

    by Dare DeLano
    Two Cities -- An Adventure through a Dickens Classic Liz and Charlie are in for another big adventure as they journey inside one of their Aunt Gertrude’s magical books. When the two children are whisked into the pages of A Tale of Two Cities, they encounter spies, the most dreaded prison in the world, and a revolutionary war that’s exploding all around them. They must fight their fears, dig deep and be brave. It is in Paris during the French Revolution where they face their toughest challenge... more
  • Discovering Sharlie: Case of the Missing Sea Serpent (Lucky Penny Detective Adventures Book 1)

    by Craig Vroom

    A Nasty old zookeeper, shifty and mean.

    Sea serpent monsters, longish and green

    Vanishing — gone — without leaving a trace.

    Yes, this would be a most difficult case!


    Olivia and “Jenny the Great” team up with Scotland Yard when Nessie, the Loch Ness Monster, goes missing. Using their Super Transducer Blaster to search for underwater clues, t... more

  • Odus and the Long Way Home

    by Dare DeLano

    Odus and the Long Way Home is the first of the Book Keeper books, a series that retells the classics of literature for lower middle grade readers.    

    When Liz’s eccentric Aunt Gertrude comes to visit, she warns Liz and her little brother Charlie not to touch any of her things.  But Charlie picks up a mysterious looking book, and the children are magically transported inside its pages.  To get home, they must travel through the book, The Odyss... more

  • Emily's Room: Creating Spaces that Unlock Your Potential

    by Katherine Allen

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    Emily’s Room is a charming story of a bright and unique little girl who transforms an empty bedroom into a beautiful space of her own. Emily begins to understand more about herself as she explores how she wants her room to look, feel and function. By incorporating her favorite colors, textures, and elements of nature, she is able to create an environment where she can thrive.

    Tap into your highest potential by ... more

  • Amelia's Dream - A Colonial Girl's Adventures

    by Jami Borek
    As an orphan, a servant, and worst of all, a girl, Amelia’s dreams weren’t very realistic for 1771 Virginia, but that wasn’t going to stop her. A sudden move from Fredericksburg to Colonial Williamsburg, however, brings drastic changes that upset her hopes and plans. Amelia’s Dream: A Colonial Girl’s Adventures, the sequel to Amanda’s Secret, likewise tells an engrossing tale in an authentically detailed historic context, appealing to readers of all ages but especially suitable for ages 8 –... more
  • Beethoven's Encore in the 21st Century

    by C C. Vaughan

    A companion piano CD with relevant music is available on Amazon. It's titled Beethoven's Encore in the 21st Century.

    My life, that is this life now, began some time after my death in 1827. I don’t know how long I slept. The only thing I remember was that I was walking with Wolfgang Mozart in a beautiful green meadow studded with fragrant white flowers. That was where I decided my future, for better or worse. 

    “Wolfgang, how long ... more