Renowned Shakespearean scholar Dr. Marshall Emerson whose specialty was the bard’s The Tempest returns decades after his death, when McMaster University library and bookstore staff begin producing replica versions of the text on a newly acquired Espresso Book Machine. (Short story: 6000 words)
This is the story of Huey, a stick boy who is born a little different than everyone else in the town. He doesn't let his differences keep him down. Huey finds a friend who is also a little different and together they find the magic at the end of the rainbow, and discover that their differences are really only skin deep.
This is a great Kindle e-book about diversity and the beauty within!
Archie always thought he’d be the last person to stumble upon an adventure. Frowning at his school grades and battling through the cross country run, even his dad is too busy to have him stay over at weekends. However, when a series of events leads to the discovery of a world more alike his history lessons than his own, Archie finds what he has always wanted. Or has he?
The first edition of The Digital Wall. An original short story with original artwork. A thief in the library, a librarian and a mysterious treasure, but who is the real thief? The mystery of the real Red Bandit is shocking. How will they escape after the Kings guards break in to stop the intruder?
In this second installment of Bug Biographies, eight-year-old Preston Summit delivers another captivating first person story about the life of a black widow spider. Follow along with this enchanting fictional account of an arachnid’s adventurous tale. Complete with original hand-written pages and hand-drawn illustrations.
Beavers have invaded Salem Creek. And not just any beavers. These are the rare, black-striped omnivores known as hellions that crave two things: wood and fresh meat. What will happen when thousands of the critters collectively consume the citizens and the town's buildings? Who will save Salem Creek from sure destruction?