Susan Sales Harkins: Susan is a Software consultant and the author of several articles and books on database technologies. She and her husband, William, collaborate on children's non-fiction.
Author: Terry Jones and Brian Froud
Publisher: Simon & Schuster Editions
Lady Cottington's Pressed Faery Book seems to be the inspiration for this uproariously funny and often deliciously tasteless book devoted to the true nature of smells and stains. Apparently, smells and stains are living breathing creatures worthy of our respect and our curiosity.
Author: Mary White
Publisher: Wiley Publishing, Inc
Running a Bed & Breakfast For Dummies is an honest and comprehensive look at the world of running a bed and breakfast inn. Mary White’s realistic perspective of inn-keeping is eye-opening, yet optimistic and encouraging.
The Lake That Stole Children: A Fable is a novella in fable format that combines Pinocchio, The Pied Piper, Jonah, and the prodigal son.
ISBN: 10: 057800593X: 13:978-0578005935
Most of us have spent at least a little time considering the afterlife. Regardless of your belief system, none of us really knows what we'll find after death. According to Kelly Moran's fictional novella Idle Thursday, we're mostly the same in death as we are in life.
Author: C. M.
Publisher: On Stage Publishing
Finder's Magic is magical. It's packed with excitement, mystery, intrigue, despair, and hope. Young and old readers alike will enjoy C. M. Fleming's story of early twentieth century Atlanta.
Gratz scores again!
One thing's for sure, Alan Gratz is not a one-book flash-in-the-pan author. This guy just keeps knocking hits out of the ballpark!
Author: Scotti Cohn
Publisher: Sylvan Dell
One Wolf Howls combines counting, the months of the year, seasons, and poetry to introduce children to wolves.
Author: Alan Gratz
Publisher: Dial Books
Alan Gratz has done it again. Something Wicked, a modern version of Shakespeare's Macbeth is a treasure. This companion piece to Something Rotten (Hamlet) makes Shakespeare fun. This book has it all -- mystery, murder, romance, a cool hero, and a sense of humor. Gratz does a great job of drawing you into the story quickly, keeping you entertained, your curiosity peeked, and occasionally, making you laugh right out loud. Most importantly, Gratz doesn't expose the murderer until the right time.
Author: Rocky Smolin
Rocky Smolin's From Program To Product is a helpful guidebook for turning a custom computer application into a marketable product. Smolin's advice will help you polish your program into a professional and marketable product.
Author: Donna Getzinger
Publisher: Morgan Reynolds
History worth telling usually tells itself. Getzinger's Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire is a no-nonsense but intense retelling of the tragedy. By quoting workers, witnesses, and newspaper accounts, she lets the people who were there tell the story. Author Donna Getzinger allows the event to speak for itself.