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Eight Mile Island By Tony Talbot
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Dylan James is used to boarding schools. He's been thrown out of so many in the past two years, he's lost count. So when an elite academy in Oregon offers him a place, he doesn't think he'll be... More > there more than a week. But Eight Mile Island isn't like anywhere Dylan has been before. In the dense forests around the school, there are things that look human but aren't. Things that are hungry, and waiting... But that's the start of the mysteries, mysteries that mean Dylan may never escape. Even if he wants to... Welcome to Eight Mile Island.< Less
Soldier Joker A Bright Light By Richard A. Paskowitz, M.D.
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The Pensacola Lighthouse was built by Lt. George Horatio Derby (The Soldier Joker). He was the 8th District Lighthouse Engineer (1857-1859). The Pensacola Lighthouse that was lit in 1859 survived the... More > Civil War (including bombardment), two lightning strikes, an earthquake, and ALL of the hurricanes and tornadoes that have plagued the Gulf Coast. He was the Engineer of record for the lighting of the lighthouses of Sand Island and Pensacola on January 1, 1859.< Less
The Soldier Joker George Horatio Derby By Richard A. Paskowitz, M.D.
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Derby was a soldier, cartographer, humorist, engineer, and practical joker. He surveyed the Sacramento Valley, the Tulare Valley, San Diego Harbor, the mouth of the Colorado River. His humor concepts... More > were used and "expanded" by Mark Twain. He knew and interacted with General Winfield Scott, Robert E. Lee, Ulysses S. Grant, and William Tecumseh Sherman. He was a classmate of George Pickett, George McClellan, and Stonewall Jackson. Derby lived in San Diego from 1853-54 in the Derby-Pendleton House, now located on the Whaley House grounds.< Less
Scourge By Nigel Clayton
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A family of four is stranded on an island, caring for a lighthouse and ensuring the safety of those at sea. A ship then approaches from the horizon and on board is something never seen before,... More > something beyond their wildest imagination. What is it that attracts their son so strongly? What is the message from Mr Neukle? What does it mean when a family is too scared to go outside of their adopted home by night and what stirrings in the forest of the island are there to be afraid of? This is a journey that showers a family of four with unexpected realities; realities of terrifying proportion.< Less
A Collection of Paintings by jAlida, 2001 - 2009 By Janice Winiarski
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A concise coffee table picture book featuring sixty-seven paintings of the art work of artist jAlida completed between 2001 and 2009. Printed in full color, this volume includes pieces which have... More > been added to many private collections nationwide and in Canada. In addition to works rendered in oils, some of her acrylic pieces are included, especially the more popular Art Trading Cards (ATC's), also known as Art Card Editions and Originals (ACEO's). Of particular note are the newest pieces of ink paintings done on scratched clay-covered hardboard. A beautiful addition to your art collection without the high cost of individual pieces. A lovely gift for yourself or someone you love!< Less
Employees Only - The Work Book By Chris Bodor
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Editor Chris Bodor, and assistant editor Michael Sanders, known for their work on Heart Pour-The Love Book (Poet Plant Press, 2011) are on board once again as the creative team for this collection.... More > Wayne Mason sets the stage with his foreword on gaining a book reading audience behind the factory walls. Mike Watt, bassist for the legendary band the Minutemen, offers a poem about a lighthouse keeper. College student Bobby Smith writes about job expectations after graduation. Teacher David Dannov reports on the educational system. It is all here; shift changes, retirement, house work. Kimmy Van Kooten's poem and illustration about a hobo in a forest is even added as a reminder that there are some among us who do not work.< Less