Bartholomew Buggins: A Zombie with Different Cravings

A humorous rhyming picture book for ages 4 and up by award-winning author Crystal Marcos features a distinguished little zombie who just wants to be your friend.

Dive head-first into the infectiously charming pages, oozing with whimsical verse and stricken with colorful and amusing illustrations. Bartholomew Buggins: A Zombie with Different Cravings is a unique, fun book that will have kids and adults shrieking with delight!

99 Cent Bargain eBook from October 18 – 23, 2017

Prince Martin Wins His Sword

This unforgettable debut embraces the heroic tradition of The Hobbit, The Chronicles of Narnia, and Treasure Island-with a twist: it’s written entirely in rhyming epic verse, making it a thrill to read aloud with a child!

As Prince Martin admires the ancient steel in the castle armory, he longs for a sword of his own. But the King decrees his son must prove himself first. The boy gets his chance when the caw of a crow alerts him to trouble in the forest. From the safety of the trees, he spies four terrifying villains bent on kidnapping an innocent victim! And the only thing standing between predator and prey is a courageous stranger-who could sure use a hand. Armed only with his wood staff and a rock sling, Martin faces the hard choice:

Should he help or go home? The boy had to decide! And just how much help could a mere kid provide?

Featuring stunning full-color illustrations, Prince Martin Wins His Sword is a classic children’s book about a boy prince’s trials and how he learns the true meaning of courage, sacrifice, grit, and friendship.

With a great quest, high-stakes adventure, lovable heroes, and a mesmerizing cadence, this first entry in the new Prince Martin Epic children’s chapter book series is sure to delight!

FREE eBook from August 8 – 9, 2017

The Adventures of Fawkes Malone: Ghosts in the Graveyard

Fawkes Malone lives in secrecy below the foundations of Johnston Middle School. Living off school funds, he spends his days drinking espresso, listening to music and studying. But his quiet life is disrupted when he is offered a job investigating a problem bigger than anything a book can teach: the supernatural. From a mysterious manor, to hidden labyrinths, to creatures crawling out of the ground, Fawkes finds himself in a world of nightmarish intrigue that will test his mind and draw him closer to a menacing danger he is destined to face.

FREE eBook from July 27 – 31, 2017

Hacker Gran

Jake and Emma realize that the only way to help Gran out of her financial crisis, is to rob Uncle Matt’s bank.

What they don’t know is that Gran, with the help of the LOONIES, (the Ladies Organised Outings, Nights In, Event Society) is planning the same thing too. Will Jake and Emma escape from John ‘Lefty’ Thin and his villainous accomplice, Ronald ‘Righty’ Judgemental’s so called, ‘farmhouse in the country,’ in time to save Hacker Gran before she gets caught by Inspector Goodan? Can they also help Countess Iskusnyy’s recover her stolen jewels? Will Clawdia, the pussycat get her rhinestone collar from the ever so expensive, Fleas Witherspoon’s ‘Royal Kitty’ Range? The suspense is too much to bear!

FREE eBook from July 15 – 28, 2017

Tickles Tabitha’s Cancer-tankerous Mommy

“Mommy’s wig was still attached to her head, but she didn’t look so good. The wig-hair stuck out like snarled rat-tails in all directions. There was a crooked horizontal line right where her smile should be. Worst of all, she was in no mood to play Tickles Tabitha.” The award-winning “Tickles Tabitha’s Cancer-tankerous Mommy” was released October 2001, to a national audience on the Rosie O’Donnell Show. Its release helped pioneer resources for families coping with cancer. Diagnosed with breast cancer at age 34, this is the story Amelia Frahm wrote to help explain her cancer diagnosis to her own children. Told through her daughter, Tabitha’s eyes, the book uses candor and comic reality as it acknowledges some of the moody truths faced by families living with cancer. Mom is tired, scared, and hungry. Tabitha is worried; her little brother is making a mess, and Dad is watching the ball game instead of paying attention to Mommy. The book makes no promises about Mommy’s health, but the children are assured that no matter what happens Mommy will always love them.

FREE eBook from April 1 – 3, 2017