75 Cool Things to Color is a unique coloring book packed full of geometric and abstract art your budding artist will enjoy. Think "mathematically" and explore creativity within and beyond... More > the lines. Adults have fun, too! Recommended mediums: felt tip pens, colored pencils and crayons. Ages 3 & up.< Less
Everything is more fun when you do it with friends . . . including reading over the summer and writing a book!
Five members of the 2008 Cool Boys Read® summer reading group contributed to this... More > delightful collection. Their stories of alien encounters, adventures in sports and magic, and the mischief caused by an evil scientist provide young readers with a variety of topics to enjoy.< Less
'Phil Cool Stand Up Chameleon' is the autobiography of the uniquely gifted, versatile and legendary television comedian and impressionist Phil Cool. Famed for his rubber face, Phil takes us on a... More > journey from his childhood, through the years of trying to get the big break in the world of showbiz, to his life as the country's top impressionist and onwards through the years of entertaining audiences around the world's theatres and stages. Filled with hilarious anecdotes and observations this is a book that is very much the voice of Phil Cool and as unique in so many ways.< Less
Paul is desperate. He must save the person who means the most to him, his nine year old daughter, Dassie. She has been kidnapped by a psychopathic killer who has a vendetta against Paul. It is a... More > race against time, as FBI agent Paul and his partner, Sharon, try to save the little girl. Dassie is a genius, but she is no match for the crazed killer.< Less
Fig and Starlight have a dilemma: They have a good idea that the sponsor of the birthday bash is headed for trouble; he threatens to expose everyone's dirty secrets. Someone may do anything,including... More > murder,to keep him from exposing secrets. Fig's husband David and Starlight's boyfriend, police officer Kino, also have a dilemma: How to prevent the women from putting themselves in grave danger in their efforts at amateur detecting. The story follows the group to some of the most beautiful sights of Kauai, including the historic and beautiful Maha'ulepu trail, with treacherous rock formations that convince Fig that Kauai can be dangerous as well as beautiful. Fig and Starlight see whales, beautiful Wailua Falls, and visit the tourist sites and hidden treasures of Kauai. As the week progresses, the danger becomes more imminent, as the two women watch helplessly as the situation deteriorates. Murder seems the inevitable result, until they become so entrenched in the mystery that their own lives are endangered.< Less
Two stuffed animals, Chocolate Moose and Leonard G. Penguin explore the Antarctic regions, moving from Ushuaia Argentina to the Falkland Islands, then to South Georgia Island and the Antarctic... More > peninsula. They encounter many species of animals along the way, and share many adventures as they learn about the natural history, early explorers and the ecosystem of the Southern Ocean and Antarctica. The book is geared to 9 year old children, but can be enjoyed on many levels by all age groups. Original photos taken by the author and his wife help illustrate the fascinating wildlife and physical characteristics of all the lands Chocolate and Leonard visit.< Less