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Into The Ravine
From Charlie's Point of View
The Boy From Earth
Noses Are Red
A Nose For Adventure
The Nose From Jupiter
Of Mice & Nutcrackers
The Way To Schenectady
Mystical Rose
Still Life With Children
Crosstown
Eugene's Story
Princess Bun Bun
Bun Bun's Birthday
 
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The Wolf And Me

Bunny is back and even more confused than last time. Why has he been kidnapped? Where is he? Can he escape, and, if he does, how can he get home?

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Zomboy

But are they really that much different from you and me?

Yes. Yes they are.

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Viminy Crowe's Comic Book

Marthe and I spent a year trying to surprise each other as we wrote this. The basic idea is that a boy and a girl fall through a portal into a steam-punk adventure drawn by the girl’s wacky Uncle Viminy.

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Ink Me

Bunny is given a task by his dead grandfather.  The task seems simple – get a tattoo.  But Bunny’s tattoo leads him quickly into a new life where he has to grow, learn, and make some difficult choices. 

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An Afterlife Adventure.

Fresh from having stolen a piece of fruit, Jim, a fourteen-year-old wannabe gangster, bully, and car thief, is run over by a car. What follows is a hilarious, bleak, and ultimately hopeful visit to the afterworld.

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Huck Finn in the suburbs.

Three neighborhood boys build a raft and float it down the stream. In one long day they meet violence and death, love, fire and raining bicycles, and the mysterious Bonesaw... 

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A Novel For Adults

A beautiful novel about the fragility of memory, Mystical Rose is the carefully paced monologue of a woman in her late eighties with a disordered mind...

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From Charlie’s Point of View

Introducing Charlie, a smart, confident, and spunky hero, his tough-as-nails best friends, and his quirky and mysterious guardian angel in a fast-paced modern-day mystery.

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The Boy From Earth

Norbert, the tiny wisecracking alien from Jupiter, gets an emergency phone call from home. His sweetheart, Nerissa, has been kidnapped by an evil giant...

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Noses Are Red

Norbert is back, and his unlikely host is Alan Dingwall who is off on a camping trip with his good friend, Victor. It's up to Norbert to help Alan find his way out of the forest.

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A Nose For Adventure

Alan had been, to say the least, an unwilling host to Norbert the alien from Jupiter, but when you're lost in New York City being chased by bad guys, you need all the help you can get!

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The Nose From Jupiter

Alan isn't brave or strong, and he's not much good at soccer. But everything changes one day when a tiny alien from Jupiter takes up residence in Alan's nose.

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Of Mice & Nutcrackers

The class is putting on The Nutcracker for the holiday pageant and Jane Peeler's in charge. How is she going to pull together a project that seems like it is destined to fail?

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The Way To Schenectady

Jane Peeler is about to embark on a summer ritual: the family car trip. Even with her irritable, chain-smoking grandmother coming along, Jane is excited to be on her way.

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Crosstown

Mitch’s present is blurred by alcohol and the indignities of the street. When the mission that has been his mainstay is slated for demolition, he must make his way to a new shelter.

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Still Life With Children

Richard Scrimger's hilarious musings on family life capture all the joys and frustrations peculiar to parenthood. Taking care of the kids will never be the same!

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Bun Bun’s Birthday
Written By Richard Scrimger
Illustrated By Gillian Johnson

There's going to be a party! Winifred is thrilled - until she learns the party is for baby Bun Bun, and not for her.

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Eugene's Story
Written By Richard Scrimger
Illustrated By Gillian Johnson

A hilarious salute to second children everywhere! All Eugene wants is to tell his story but he cannot until...

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Princess Bun Bun
Written By Richard Scrimger
Illustrated By Gillian Johnson

Winifred, Eugene, and baby Bun Bun are off to visit their uncle, who lives in the Castle Apartments...

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