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West Coast Aftershock Vol 2 By Jamie Green
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Abigail Skunk By Marian Keen
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Abigail Skunk teaches her kits many lessons. In this story, they learn to help others, to keep clean, to practice safety and to care for family. Most of all, the little skunks learn that being polite... More > and courteous helps them get along with other animals.< Less
The Country of Innocence By Eric Fisher Stone
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Imagine a world where humans and animals can speak and understand one another, in the mythical country of Mexas, combining most of the southwest into one nation state. Mateo Montoya lives in Fort... More > Worth, Mexas, and he dearly loves his dog, Jamie. But his family is moving south to Mazatlán, Mexas, on the Pacific coast, and they cannot afford to bring Jamie, and he is put in a Fort Worth kennel. Soon after the Montoya family arrive in Mazatlán, poisoned and supernaturally strong iguanas grow from the lichen-covered rocks on their back porch. The iguanas bully and taunt the family. Meanwhile, in Fort Worth, Jamie and another dog escape the kennel and begin a 1,000 mile journey to Mazatlán that parallels Ulysses’ travels in the Odyssey. Will Jamie survive his travels, and how will the Montoyas rid their home of the evil iguanas?< Less
The Country of Innocence By Eric Fisher Stone
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Imagine a world where humans and animals can speak and understand one another, in the mythical country of Mexas, combining most of the southwest into one nation state. Mateo Montoya lives in Fort... More > Worth, Mexas, and he dearly loves his dog, Jamie. But his family is moving south to Mazatlán, Mexas, on the Pacific coast, and they cannot afford to bring Jamie, and he is put in a Fort Worth kennel. Soon after the Montoya family arrive in Mazatlán, poisoned and supernaturally strong iguanas grow from the lichen-covered rocks on their back porch. The iguanas bully and taunt the family. Meanwhile, in Fort Worth, Jamie and another dog escape the kennel and begin a 1,000 mile journey to Mazatlán that parallels Ulysses’ travels in the Odyssey. Will Jamie survive his travels, and how will the Montoyas rid their home of the evil iguanas?< Less
Tinsel Wilderness By John Klawitter
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True stories from John Klawitter, Hollywood writer-producer-director. Whether you’re pitching some famous old witch doctor who owns a big animation production company, or sending a query letter... More > to a 25-year-old cannibal prince who lucked into being the head of acquisitions at a giant publishing conglomerate, the stories of discovery and survival in TINSEL WILDERNESS can be a source of inspiration and encouragement. From the book-lined offices of Random House and Doubleday to the West Coast movie studios with their wide views of palm trees and the blue Pacific, the wilderness is a strange place for those not expecting the weird, the unpredictable and the rough-and-tumble. To you, storytelling is as important as life itself. But to the natives it’s often little more than trinkets and beads they can exchange for furs and scraps of meat. The trick is, you don’t want to be the meat. As the natives often say with a wise nod of the head, It’s too late to moo when you’re hamburger.< Less
Tinsel Wilderness By John Klawitter
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True stories from John Klawitter, Hollywood writer-producer-director. Whether you’re pitching some famous old witch doctor who owns a big animation production company, or sending a query letter... More > to a 25-year-old cannibal prince who lucked into being the head of acquisitions at a giant publishing conglomerate, the stories of discovery and survival in TINSEL WILDERNESS can be a source of inspiration and encouragement. From the book-lined offices of Random House and Doubleday to the West Coast movie studios with their wide views of palm trees and the blue Pacific, the wilderness is a strange place for those not expecting the weird, the unpredictable and the rough-and-tumble. To you, storytelling is as important as life itself. But to the natives it’s often little more than trinkets and beads they can exchange for furs and scraps of meat. The trick is, you don’t want to be the meat. As the natives often say with a wise nod of the head, It’s too late to moo when you’re hamburger.< Less