Logic to the Rescue (Logic to the Rescue series, Book One) - available on Amazon and Smashwords
The Prince of Physics (Logic to the Rescue series, Book Two) - available on Amazon
The Bard of Biology (Logic to the Rescue series, Book Three) - available on Amazon
Hamsters Rule, Gerbils Drool - available on Amazon
The Danger Next Door - avaiable on Amazon and Smashwords
The Danger Down Under - available on Amazon
Anne Lambert thought that working in Sydney would be a blast. Lazy weekends lying on white sand beaches, refreshing dips in the ocean, barbeques on the terrace of her condo overlooking the Tasman Sea. But her idyllic overseas assignment is shattered when a co-worker throws himself off the roof of their company's skyscraper in Sydney. His body is found still clutching an environmental protest sign.
Nikki Murrow’s adventures in the Realm of Reason continue. After her escape from the Confounded Castle she flees to the headquarters of the imps with her companions Fuzz and Athena. Safety is short-lived, however, as the Knights of the Iron Fist pursue them into the Trackless Forest.
Eleven-year-old Sally Jane Hesslop loves her Dad, her hamster Melvin, and her best friend Katie. Her four-year-old brother Robbie she's not so sure about. She tries to love him, but Robbie eats dirt and wakes Sally up every morning by hitting her on the head with a rubber spatula. Robbie's a hard person to love. But that's okay. Who needs little brothers when you have a fluffy orange hamster.
When Anne Lambert first moves to London she’s intent on enjoying her first experience living in a foreign country. Her busy new life takes a wrong turn, however, when a chance encounter with her next door neighbor drags her into the machinations of London’s upper class.
The Gostynin Shul - A Yiddish history mystery. A Yiddish historian finds herself fending off an enraged Hasidic group intent on preserving its reputation, and a Boston society matron desperate to preserve her family's wealth and status.
What is it?
Logic to the Rescue is designed to teach kids critical thinking. A combination of fiction and non-fiction, it weaves examples of logical fallacies into a fictional sword-and-sorcery fantasy. Simple examples for testing a hypothesis and setting up experiments in chemistry and physics are integrated into the plot.
Who will it appeal to?
Kids ages 10 to 14.