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We Ain’t Dead Yet! — 8 Plays about Growing Older

Posted on Jul 17, 2018 in Humor, LB Drama Series, New Releases, Nonfiction, Performing Arts

by Jerry Walker 8 plays ranging from comic to tragic make up this thoughtful and enlightening evening of theatre dealing with the issues of growing older. This show is very flexible as to which scenes you present, so it could, then, be any length at all. Each show is also available for separate production. 9m 9f Contemporary costumes Simple interior and exterior settings About 90 minutes PLAYS IN PERFORMANCE ORDER: MR. ANDERSON’S CRUSH by Jerry Walker 1m 1f voice Interior/Exterior. About 3 minutes. Mr. Anderson has developed a crush on someone in the neighborhood. He is lonely and seeking companionship. As he prepares to meet her face to face, he is interrupted by a most unfortunate surprise. (Separate production order #3216) I WISH I HAD A BUDDY by Jerry Walker 1m 1f. Interior/Exterior. Two strangers, meeting over time, find...

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You Are The Gift — Gift Book

Posted on Jul 6, 2018 in New Releases, Nonfiction, Self-Help, Women Authors

by Jett Atwood & Stephen Carter A wordless parable about spiritual transformation through service. Meant as a gift book for someone who has blessed your life. Based on Matthew 25:34-40.             PRODUCT DETAILS: List Price: $9.99 6″ x 6″ (15.24 x 15.24 cm) Black & White Bleed on White paper 80 pages ISBN-13: 978-1537247083 ISBN-10: 1537247085 BISAC: Religion / Christian Life / Spiritual Growth Published on August 24, 2016 BACK OF BOOK: ORDERING: This site through our PayPal Shopping Cart for the price of $8.99 plus shipping and Maine sales tax. Click on the ‘Add To Cart’ button below: (It will ship directly to you from our offices.) NO KINDLE version is planned Bookstores and Resellers Contact us for availability and discount information through email or phone (801-550-7741) Your store will be listed above...

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And We Shall Cast Rainbows Upon The Land — non-fiction

Posted on May 16, 2018 in New Releases, Nonfiction, Self-Help

by Raymond Reitze A Teaching Lodge Publishing book “This is an inspired book, a guide for living from our heart and growing in our spirit. The author is a simple, profound man, a master Maine Guide, and a master teacher who answers our deepest questions. Through his poems and rich stories of life in the bush, he leads us down a path where fear is exchanged for love. He models for us what is possible when we become fully human-fully spirit.” — June A. Trotter, M.A. Wiscasset, Maine ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Raymond E. Reitze, Jr. is a Master Maine Guide, author, and philosophy teacher. He has dedicated his life to the teachings of love, and guiding adults and children to their own hearts.   BUY THE BOOK: PAPERBACK EDITION Purchase a PAPERBACK PRINT version for $16.00 (+ shipping and...

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Grampa Charlie’s Side-splittin’ Fireside Stories : for bedtime or any other time at all!

Posted on Feb 19, 2018 in Humor, New Releases, Nonfiction

by Charlie Reitze These wonderful, comic remembrances will keep young children – and adults – up way past their bedtimes––whether the stories are being read to them, or they are reading them for themselves––all the while remembering their own Grampas and laughing hysterically! Growing up in Maine was fun for Charlie Reitze — but not necessarily for any of his friends and family when they were the target of his pranks! He certainly found the humor in his mis-adventures. Among his family –– his exploits are legend. What charms about this book, is that many, if not most, of the readers will be familiar with something in the stories, be it the location, the people themselves, or the situations that the characters get themselves into. Most of us remember our own days of childhood mischief. And most do not...

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The Faultless Imperfection: The United States Constitution Revisited

Posted on Feb 19, 2018 in New Releases, Nonfiction

by James F. Oshust Putting our Constitution back where it belongs: Into the hearts and minds of all Americans, and in the classroom A citizen’s view of a revered document Since its inception, the United States Constitution has been the subject of millions of pages of opinion, interpretation and academic punditry. “The Faultless Imperfection” attempts to present the entirety of the prefacing articles, the original document’s wording and its later amendments. In each section, specific references and individual allowances or prohibitions are discussed – from an average citizen’s viewpoint – without the semantic soliloquies so apparent in all those past tomes produced by those who either seek to restate or reduce this cherished document’s content. To add fuel to the dying embers of understanding of the Constitution by our younger generation, the addition of numerous suggestions and possible revised...

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‘Tis The Season — Allagash Tails Collection Volume 9

Posted on Feb 1, 2018 in Christmas, Fiction, New Releases, The Allagash Tails Collection

A collection of short stories about a Mainer’s celebration of Christmas by Tim Caverly Illustrations by Franklin Manzo, Jr “Mom, will you make daddy go to bed?” the little girl cried. “Santa will never come if he doesn’t come upstairs!” Imagine if you will, a literary journey that allows you to travel back to Christmas day in 1953. Once there, you’ll become a member of a family whose roots are traced back to the Mayflower and share in their traditions of Christmas holidays and experiences through the 20th into the 21st Century. In this book of six short stories, travel from the villages of Cornville to Corinth –– from Machias to Millinocket –– then venture north into the heart of the Allagash Wilderness; where we’ll return to the year 1901 and relive a forgotten history. Read about a typical...

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The Plays of Thomas F. Rogers Volume 3: Crises in Faith

Posted on Oct 10, 2016 in LB Drama Series, New Releases, Nonfiction, Performing Arts

Thomas F. Rogers is a prominent Playwright, traveler and observer of Humanity. He is also a life-long member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Mission President in Russia, Drama Ambassador, Professor of Russian, Director of plays, are just a few of his titles, next to Husband and Father. In the seven plays in this volume, “Huebener,” “Fire In The Bones,” “First Trump,” “Reunion,” “Set Apart,” “The Anointed” (a musical theatre play), and “Petunia Passes” (a short play), the worlds of belief, faith, devotion, belonging, yearning to know God, and standing true when those worlds are challenged, make up the heart of Dr. Rogers’ dramas. With this volume, they are available for study and perusal by Professors, Scholars, and Students, Directors, Actors, Directors, Producers and others ready to settle down into a fine drama and experience life...

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The Plays of Thomas F. Rogers Volume 2: Personal Journeys

Posted on Oct 10, 2016 in LB Drama Series, New Releases, Nonfiction, Performing Arts

Thomas F. Rogers is a prominent Playwright, traveler and observer of Humanity. The seven plays in this volume, “Frére Lawrence,” “Gentle Barbarian,” “The Immortal,” “The Seagull,” “Siegfried Idyll,” “The Wager, and “A Good Man Is Hard To Find”  gathered in one volume for the first time in this volume, deal with men and women and their relationships, treacheries, hopes, dreams, plots, plans, cruelties and sometimes kindnesses. Both historical and political these dramas expose the Human condition, in thoughtful and unforgettable stage adaptations. With this volume, they are available for study and perusal by Professors, Scholars, and Students, Directors, Actors, Directors, Producers and others ready to settle down into a fine drama and experience life through someone else’s eyes. Featuring an Introduction by Playwright and Theatre Educator, Tim Slover, a professor at the University of Utah Department of Theatre.  ...

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The Plays of Thomas F. Rogers Volume 1: Perestroika and Glasnost

Posted on Oct 10, 2016 in LB Drama Series, Nonfiction, Performing Arts

Thomas F. Rogers is a prominent Playwright and former Professor of the Russian language, now retired. Having lived in the U.S. and in Russia, his plays have made the mystery and controversy of “The Red East” singularly accessible.  His plays, “Charades,” “Crime and Punishment,” “God’s Fools,” “The Idiot,” and “The Second Priest,” gathered in one volume for the first time in this volume, deal with Russia, Russians, and  The U.S.S.R, their relations with other countries as well as internally, and focus on the transition into and out of Communism. Taut, political and ideological dramas, all, they enlighten the Human condition, in thoughtful and lively stage adaptations. Now arranged in this one volume, they are available for study and perusal by Professors, Scholars, and Students, who will grow to appreciate the keen mind, probing satire, and wit of Thomas F....

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Grandma’s Christmas Wish — Fiction

Posted on Jun 6, 2016 in Christmas, Fiction, New Releases, Women Authors

by Shelley Bingham Husk It would take the knowledge of her impending death, for Grandma’s Christmas wish to come true. The Cavanaugh’s are a young family torn apart by tragedy, reunited by a wish. All Grandma ever wanted for Christmas was to have her family together. Twenty-nine-year-old Claire eloped to escape the memories of her parents, believing that her grandmother was responsible for their deaths. Twenty-seven-year-old Jack rarely comes home, having bought into Claire’s memories of the tragic night their parents were killed. Twenty-year-old Darby was only six when her parents died, ten when Claire ran away, and twelve when Jack left the house. Darby stayed home to take care of the grandmother who raised her. The kitchen at the Cavanaugh’s has always been the heart of the home. As Darby says, “Grandma always said, ‘You miss all the...

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Let Me Come In — An Illustrated Storybook for Christmas

Posted on Jun 3, 2014 in Christmas, Women Authors

by Richard Bugg illustrated by Ruth Santos Have you ever wondered where Christ went in our celebration of Christmas? During not only the frantic rush of the modern Christmas season, but in the hurry and complexity of everyday life, the true meaning and origin of Christmas can get lost, or temporarily mislaid. In the tradition of Clement Moore’s classic “Twas The Night Before Christmas”, the authors hope to elicit you to invite the Saviour back into your celebration of this special time of year. Let’s put the “Christ” back in Christmas as we are told of a special Christmas Eve encountered by one man who was worried and haggard and drawn by all the secular trappings that have been laid on top of this holiday; and how he found release from his worries. PRODUCT DETAILS: List Price: $13.99 8.25″...

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A Southern Christmas Carol – Original Cast CD

Posted on Feb 8, 2014 in Audio/Visual, Christmas

Book, Music and Lyrics by Rob. Lauer Musical Arrangements by Jeff Joyner “Think Charles Dickens meets Horton Foote.” When “A Southern Christmas Carol” premiered in 2003, critics called it “good fun…a hoot that warms the heart”… “Lovely, there’s no other single word to describe it…Charles Dickens himself couldn’t have written a better account of the spirit of Christmas. At least not Christmas in 1933 Depression-ridden Southwest Georgia.” In “A Southern Christmas Carol,” award-winning playwright Rob. Lauer moves the classic tale of Scrooge  from  1840’s London to Depression-era rural Georgia during the height of Jim Crow laws. “Though most of the world knows how Dickens’ story ends, Lauer did such an excellent job of tailoring the original story to fit the South that one is eager to see how this story will end,” The Albany Herald enthused; “Meant to explore...

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Geeks and Gangsters — A Comic Fable -Play Version

Posted on Feb 8, 2014 in LB Drama Series, Nonfiction, Performing Arts

by Rob. Lauer Inspired by the true story of the Cleveland teenagers—Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster—who created Superman, “Geeks & Gangsters” is now available for live performance. Jerry and Joe were typical high school Geeks: the popular kids ignored them, the jocks picked on them and the girls didn’t know they were alive. Brought together by their love of pulp magazines and science fiction (then called scienti-fiction ), they funneled their frustrations as high school outcasts into creating comic characters they dreamed would one day make them famous as comic strip artists. And it was while they were still in high school that they created a character that would become a cultural icon—and the most universally recognized fictional character of the 20th century: Superman! Inspired by the true story of Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster—the creators of Superman—award-winning playwright...

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The Popcorn Wreath

Posted on Oct 28, 2013 in Christmas, Women Authors, YA | Juvenile | Middle Grades

by Shirlee Hurst Shields Illustrated by Melita Lee Price: $7.99 (+ shipping and Maine Sales Tax) The warm memories of childhood Christmases long ago, spent with the family we love and remember, tend to return to us over and over again. Each remembering brings some new flavor, or aroma or sight — some indelible memory — that kindles or re-lights those warm feelings of the season. Each time the memory is made fresh, some new detail, or little delight springs back fully blown. Author, Shirlee Shields, and Illustrator, Melita Lee, have created just such a memory for us in The Popcorn Wreath. This magnificent lesson of the real meaning of Christmas began with a simple kernel of corn… More of the work of the cover artist and illustrator, Melita Lee, can be seen HERE. Product Details: Retail Price: $8.99...

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A Christmas Memory Original Cast Album CD

Posted on Mar 11, 2013 in Audio/Visual, Christmas, Leicester Bay Books

A Musical Compiled and Edited by Jason Anderson Music and Lyrics by C. Michael Perry The musical deals with the feelings of loneliness sometimes felt at Christmas time. It is Christmas of the current year. Irene Rasmussen, (Grandma) has recently lost her husband, Nicholas. She is facing Christmas “alone” for the first time. Of course she isn’t entirely alone when her three children and eight grandchildren descend on her for the holidays. All are concerned for Grandma in her first Christmas without Grandpa. So the family is wondering how this Christmas is going to turn out. A solution to the problem comes along with problems of her own. Danni, a sort of step-grand-daughter is now living with her step mom, Samantha– Grandma’s daughter. Danni McKenna is rebellious and doesn’t want to fit in–or maybe she’s decided that she can’t...

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Dinosaurs of Utah and Dino Destinations

Posted on Mar 11, 2013 in Banner, Classics, Leicester Bay Books, Nonfiction, YA | Juvenile | Middle Grades

by Pat Bagley & Gayen Wharton Retail Price: $8.95 Internet Sale Price: $7.95 About the Book: An introduction for children, and other dinosaur lovers who know children, by one of Utah’s great humorists. Also includes locations as to where these creatures lived and where you can see what fossils remain. Approved by the Utah Office of Education About the Authors Pat Bagley is the award winning author and illustrator of several Utah and LDS books, including I Spy A Nephite, and Welcome to Utah. Gayen Wharton has coauthored several bestselling Utah travel guides and a history of the state with her husband, Tom. Product Details PRICE: $8.95 • Paperback: 48 pages • Original Publisher: White Horse Books; 1st edition (January 1, 2001) • Language: English • ISBN-10: 1566846013 • ISBN-13: 978-1566846011 • Product Dimensions: 8.8 x 6.9 x 0.2...

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Change Your Voice – Change Your Image – Change Your Life!

Posted on Mar 11, 2013 in Classics, Nonfiction, Self-Help, Women Authors

by Shirlee H. Shields (B.S., M.F.A., Ph. D.) List Price: $19.95 Internet Special: $10.00 Are you a prince to look at… but a frog to listen to? A tiger to see… but a mouse to hear? An elegant princess to view… but a screeching witch to listen to? Is your voice whiny? Nasal? Are you a whisper-talker? A mumbler? Do you mispronounce words? Do you draw out words like taffy or speak with all the interest of a monotonous dripping faucet? Do your speech “tics” drive a listener away? The techniques and theories contained in this new approach to speech training will teach you to: Change the ten major speech faults Improve your self image Control Nervousness Listen and respond to others Be positive and assertive Use visual aids and a microphone Find your true vocal tone Liberate your...

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