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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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Andy’s Surprise — Allagash Tails Collection – Volume 8

Posted on Sep 21, 2017 in Coming Soon, New Releases, Nonfiction, The Allagash Tails Collection, YA | Juvenile | Middle Grades

by Tim Caverly Illustrations by Franklin Manzo, Jr   Andy — What A Moose, ayuh! Sometimes surprises can go two ways! The story is about a Maine moose who one day receives the biggest surprise ever. Geared for the three-year old and up, the tale takes place in the heart of New England’s wild river-the Allagash. The account is based on an event I witnessed one day when working as a Maine park ranger. The publication, an illustrated 600-word book, contains 16 full color drawings and 4 coloring pages. ‘Andy’s Surprise’ is perfect for the young of age and young of heart. All readers, in Maine or out of Maine, will enjoy this treasure from the wildest part of the northern woods. PRODUCT DETAILS: (Buy from the Purchasing Section, below) PAPERBACK EDITION Paperback: 24 pages Publisher: Caverly & Manzo...

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Wilderness Ranger’s Journal: Rendezvous at Devil’s Elbow — An Allagash Tail – Volume 4

Posted on Sep 21, 2017 in Ghost Stories, Leicester Bay Books, New Releases, Nonfiction, The Allagash Tails Collection

Book 2 in the North Maine Woods Trilogy (Olivia’s Journey) of The Allagash Tails Collection by Tim Caverly Illustrations by Franklin Manzo, Jr In the dark of night there is always something else! There is a always special feeling to the Allagash (those of you who’ve been there know!); a sense of adventure, the thrill of getting away from it all! In the prequel to the popular An Allagash Haunting, but written afterwards, the family has only been on the water for four days and already Livy has experienced enough to last a lifetime. In this mystery-adventure paddle with  Olivia and her family as they canoe Northern Maine’s most famous wilderness river The Allagash. The three family members have only been on the river for four days and already they have experienced enough to last a life time. Looking...

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The Ranger and the Reporter — An Allagash Tail — Volume 7

Posted on Sep 21, 2017 in Leicester Bay Books, New Releases, Nonfiction, The Allagash Tails Collection

Tales from Maine’s National Scenic and Wild River Written by Tim Caverly Illustrated by Franklin Manzo, Jr. What’s in a Name? “A Rose by any other name- would smell as sweet. But a Trillium is still a Stinkin Benjamin.” — Jim Clark Cub reporter Margaret Woodward has been given an assignment she doesn’t want! The editor for the Penobscot Basin Times has sent her to interview retired ranger James Clark; a secretive Maine woodsman. Others’ have tried to write the man’s story; but none have been able to break through the outdoorsman’s blunt exterior. Instructed to complete the report –Margaret visits Bangor’s assisted living community; where “old man Clark is expected to live out his final days.” In this sequel to the popular book “Solace”–tag along with our reluctant newspaper trainee who struggles to uncover the mysterious ordeals of...

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Solace: Allagash Lake Reloaded — An Allagash Tail – Volume 6

Posted on Sep 21, 2017 in Leicester Bay Books, New Releases, Nonfiction, The Allagash Tails Collection

Tales from Maine’s National Wild and Scenic River Written by Tim Caverly Illustrated by Franklin Manzo Jr. If your grandfather could give you anything— What would it be? 23 year old Jim Clark is about to find out! During his third year of college a young man is forced to abandon school and leave his classmate and friend Susan behind. Jim returns to the family farm only to face one hardship after another. Broke and with debt mounting; Jim’s world falls apart. Then one day, while cleaning out the attic of his now empty colonial home, Jim discovers an envelope–yellowed with age. The letter is from a grandfather he’s never met and it instructs Jim to go to Allagash Lake and retrieve an heirloom “for the sake of the family!” Follow along as Jim treks deep into the Maine...

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The Headless Ghost Boy of Little Geronimo

Posted on Sep 11, 2017 in Apparitions of America Series, Ghost Stories, New Releases, Women Authors, YA | Juvenile | Middle Grades

by Shelley Bingham Husk inspired by the story “The Boy” which originally appeared in short story form in Ghost Stories of Texas by Ed Syers Now a novel for young people and their parents to read together (or separately) on a dark and stormy night! After so many requests to investigate the unexplainable, following their solution to the Ghost of Little Elm Lake mystery the previous summer, Paxton and Carter founded a ghost hunting society. Along with Carter’s little brother, Dalton, the boys have been busy with new mysteries throughout the school year. Now that it’s summer again, Paxton and Carter are into it neck deep. Dylan, Paxton’s female cousin, still living in Texas, has called with news of a new ghost — but it’s not just a story. This particular ghost comes into Dylan’s house and touches her...

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Daniel Light and the Exile of Aradon — Book 5

Posted on Aug 5, 2017 in Children of the Orb Series, Coming Soon, Fantasy, New Releases, YA | Juvenile | Middle Grades

by C. Michael Perry A Journey of Magic and Mystery Through the Realms of the Crystal Orb ABOUT BOOK FIVE: Daniel Light and the EXILE OF ARADON What if the person you came to care for most was the only one who stood between you and what you wanted most? The conquest for the eradication of the Dark has been taken up by the second generation. Daniel’s children, and the children of his associates are now embroiled in the great quest to rid the Realms of the Darkness. Daniel’s eighteen-year-old daughter, Caelith, is on a quest: to distance herself from the ways of her father. On this quest she meets an outcast, a slightly younger man near her own age, who is magically prevented from going home. Together they form a union and Caelith is slowly turned back to...

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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, 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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Grandma’s Christmas Wish — Fiction

Posted on Jun 6, 2016 in Christmas, 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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Marketing Singers and Musicians — The Performer’s Guide to Artfully Making Money -3rd Edition

Posted on Nov 20, 2015 in New Releases, Performing Arts

by Mark Stoddard Once you understand the principles taught in this book, you’ll never view marketing your art in the same way again. Reading and understanding this incredible volume, mining its information and applying it to your career, will be an opportunity to expand your talent. The 3rd Edition is greatly enlarged and revised. PRODUCT DETAILS: 276 pages ISBN: 978-0-615-74331-8 5.5 x 8.5 Third Edition: 2015 List Price: $30.00 REVIEWS AND COMMENTS: What people are saying about Marketing Singers and Mark Stoddard          “Where was Mark Stoddard when l was 23?? His new book should quite simply be required reading for all singers/musicians”         “This material is SO desperately needed. THANK YOU for putting it down for us.  Thank you for giving us singers permission to feel okay about ‘selling ourselves’…!”         “Your writing style is just as direct...

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The Ghost of Little Elm Lake — True Ghost Story

Posted on Oct 12, 2015 in Ghost Stories, New Releases, Women Authors, YA | Juvenile | Middle Grades

by Shelley Bingham Husk Book One of the Apparitions of America Series Young Adult-Juvenile Paranormal / Ghost Story / True “They say in the woods by the Little Elm Lake, when the harvest moon is no more than a sliver, if you listen very carefully, you might hear it.” So begins the true story of a ghost, and a lake, and the people who became the legend, as well as the discoverers of the truth behind the tale of unexplained deaths, hauntings, whisperings, and spectres: two ten-year-old boys, Paxton, and his best friend, Carter. This ghost is real. This ghost wants something. Others have died for the secret the ghost is trying to expose. Reading Level 4th Grade +   PRODUCT DETAILS: (Buy from the Purchasing Section, below) PAPERBACK EDITION 106 pages 5″ x 8″ (12.7 x 20.32 cm)...

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Sandy and the Weird Sisters — YA Novel

Posted on May 26, 2015 in New Releases, YA | Juvenile | Middle Grades

The Sandy Hunter Saga — Book One by J. D. Newman Growing up, making choices, being responsible for yourself and the choices we all make might seem everyday to some, but for 12-year-old Sandy, it is a new and liberating experience. Sandy has grown up under the influence of her widower, rugby-coach father and her athletic older sister Roxie. When her father and sister go to England for a rugby tournament, they leave Sandy in the care of her three great aunts, referred to in family lore as the “weird sisters.” The mysterious Weird Sisters have not been seen in years; or so Dad says. Each of the aunts espouses a different faith — Catholicism, Mormonism, and Unitarianism — and yet they respect and support each others’ practice, while Sandy views them as the outside seeker of truth she...

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Enoch In the City of Adam — Volume 1

Posted on Dec 31, 2014 in A COMING FLOOD novel series, Historical Fiction, New Releases

by J. L. Thompson Watchers, fallen angels, demons, giants, raiders, armies and Father Cain — what can a boy of little promise do?   Enoch in the City of Adam chronicles the early years of young Enoch. As a mere “lad” Enoch is not the most obvious choice to lead his people, being smaller and weaker than most of the young men of his village and having a speech impediment that makes him appear weak to many. Nonetheless, Father Adam recognizes in him one who will rise to the call to help his people when perilous times threaten on the horizon. Technological implementations and diabolical deceit were destroying the people, their civilization, and the very planet, and Enoch sought feverishly to gather out those who would listen to his message before the end came crashing down on them in...

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Flashes and Shadows: The Tale That Shattered Summerville

Posted on May 23, 2013 in New Releases, YA | Juvenile | Middle Grades

A Coming-of-Age Mystery for Young Adults and their families. by Champlin Michaels Who fired the shot that launched the investigation in Summerville? Thirteen-year-old Cade Watters,  and his family and friends are being pursued, shot at, wounded. Why? Are the shots just warnings? Or are some people marked for death? Others in and out of the circle of friends and family are already dead. What is it that pursues them? From out of who’s past is the danger coming that threatens to engulf or destroy them all? Who has been tainted, and who hasn’t? This is a tale of exploitation, intrigue, murder, drugs, and a internationally sponsored secret society that creeps its way right into our own back yards. This is a must-read book about one of the most dangerous practices that face not only the youth of the last...

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Wembley Tewkes: Imperfections On the Edge

Posted on Mar 11, 2013 in Banner, Fantasy, New Releases, Wembley Tewkes Series

by C. Michael Perry Did you ever have a recurring dream only to wake up one day and find it was NOT a dream? Wembley Tewkes was born 14. At least to those around him in Yarmouth, Maine, it had always seemed like he could do everything he did now. He raised lambs that won the 4H every year. He was good in all his schoolwork, especially history. He was an Eagle Scout, volunteered at the library one day each week after school, was a championship swimmer, and a crackerjack tennis player. Wembley could do anything he set his mind to… … except talk to girls. He had known Brindi Williams since they were little. They grew up playing together, and then came — awkwardness. It just happened; he began acting strange around her. Wembley, strange? Well, he thought...

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Daniel Light and the Blood Rose of Panador: Book 2

Posted on Mar 11, 2013 in Banner, Children of the Orb Series, Fantasy, New Releases, YA | Juvenile | Middle Grades

by C. Michael Perry (What if the one who would be the greatest aid to you was someone you didn’t even know?) ABOUT THE BOOK: A battle won in a war that only continues. Yet, the quiet that follows the monumental battle of The Miracle of Mirador, is but a ruse. The Dark is still working, as it always will, in shadows, in secret, even in isolation, to bring to pass its bloody purpose — annihilation of the Light. Daniel, The Miracle of Mirador, is again instrumental in the plan to defeat the Dark, but he is also their principal target. As he grows and learns and comes into his powers, those that aid him will soon prosper. Those who oppose him will not. Adventure and intrigue continue to build as Daniel leads his people — this boy prophet,...

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