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FIVE Plays for Young Audiences • Volume 8 Theatre for Young Audiences Series

Posted on Jul 20, 2020 in LB Drama Series, New Releases, Performing Arts, Women Authors

by Joanna H. Kraus A collection of FIVE plays that speak to young hearts and minds whether they are in school, in the home, or in the work force. These plays are about life and honor, about love and family, about the gifts of culture from around the world and right here at home. Written by Award Winner, Joanna H. Kraus over a span of nearly 50 years, her prolific career boasts many more plays, plus fiction novels, that deal with the timeless issues still facing our citizens and our society: Bullying, Adoption, Blended Families, Being Decent, Kind, and Loving, Tolerance, the Nature of Truth, Parenting, and Coming of Age. Plays are usually only considered as art on the stage. But their message is also communicated through the page — the written word. Yes, you are not watching actors...

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Sandy and the Dance of Faith • Book 2 of the Sandy Hunter Saga

Posted on Jun 22, 2020 in Coming Soon, New Releases, YA | Juvenile | Middle Grades

by J.D. Newman Sandy Hunter’s entrance essay has earned her admission to Memorial Catholic School. However, as she begins her seventh grade year, Sandy feels intimidated by the other students who all believe strongly in something. Sandy struggles to live up to the declaration she made in her entrance essay that she exercises her faith through dance. She continues to explore the Catholic, Mormon, and Unitarian faiths practiced by her great aunts. Sandy strives to connect with her older sister Roxie who has always walked in their father’s footsteps but is beginning to define her own path. As Sandy finds her place in the realm of ballet and the world of faith, she discovers her potential as a dancer and a believer. This second book in the Sandy Hunter Saga follows the spirited twelve-year-old through the autumn after the...

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Make-Believe Twins • A Best Friends Story

Posted on Aug 26, 2019 in Fiction, New Releases, YA | Juvenile | Middle Grades

by J.D. Newman Sometimes Best Friends Don’t Always Agree This novella for younger readers features a first grade boy and girl growing up in Utah in 1972 who share a common birthday and a love of puppetry and Mr. Roger’s Neighborhood. Glenn is the fastest runner and the fastest reader in the first grade, until the new girl, Janet, bests him at both. When the only person who could be your twin is the new girl in school, that’s difficult for Glenn — because the guys will never let her play on their team! When Janet’s family survives a house fire, Glenn discovers that, in times of need, a rival can become an ally. Glenn and Janet watch Mr. Rogers, make puppets together, and create their own Neighborhood of Make-Believe. But when they argue about their religions, can these...

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The Ranger’s Wife • Allagash Tails Collection Volume 10

Posted on Aug 21, 2019 in Fiction, New Releases, The Allagash Tails Collection

Book 3 in the RANGER JAMES CLARK SAGA by Tim Caverly Illustrations by Franklin Manzo, Jr “Behind every successful man is an amazing woman, and thank goodness Susan was there!” — Ranger James Paul Clark This is the tenth book in the Allagash Tails collection and the third about the life of Ranger James Paul Clark. The story: Susan, the wife of ranger Jim Clark has spent her whole life in the Maine woods. But Mrs. Clark never realized just how resourceful she could be until her husband went to work on the Allagash Wilderness Waterway. Tag along with our lady-of-the woods as she learns early on in life about deadheads only to discover that there are many dangerous things in the Maine woods and every one of them could instantly make her a widow. Sometimes it’s ok to...

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Bound By A Common Thread

Posted on Jan 8, 2019 in Memoir, New Releases, Nonfiction

by Charlie Reitze Unforgettable stories of people who lived off the grid in the backwoods of Maine. To meet these people, I lived out of “Festus,” my Toyota pickup truck and a leaky tent, roamed the state of Maine three times, snowshoed across Grand Lake Matagamon, rode a snowmobile along the mountainous roads of Coburn Gore, canoed eighteen miles up Chesuncook Lake, hiked the mountains of Monson, was backed up to one man’s front door by a vicious, growling, teeth-baring dog in Waldoboro, walked two miles through mosquito-infested swale in Roque Bluffs, and slept on a roofed picnic table during a violent thunderstorm at Chemquasabamticook (Ross) Lake. As Tom Brown once said, “There is a Spirit that moves in all things.” I will always believe that it was guiding my footsteps throughout this book. One of my professors called...

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We Ain’t Dead Yet! — 8 Plays about Growing Older

Posted on Jul 17, 2018 in Humor, LB Drama Series, New Releases, Nonfiction, Performing Arts

by Jerry Walker 8 plays ranging from comic to tragic make up this thoughtful and enlightening evening of theatre dealing with the issues of growing older. This show is very flexible as to which scenes you present, so it could, then, be any length at all. Each show is also available for separate production. 9m 9f Contemporary costumes Simple interior and exterior settings About 90 minutes PLAYS IN PERFORMANCE ORDER: MR. ANDERSON’S CRUSH by Jerry Walker 1m 1f voice Interior/Exterior. About 3 minutes. Mr. Anderson has developed a crush on someone in the neighborhood. He is lonely and seeking companionship. As he prepares to meet her face to face, he is interrupted by a most unfortunate surprise. (Separate production order #3216) I WISH I HAD A BUDDY by Jerry Walker 1m 1f. Interior/Exterior. Two strangers, meeting over time, find...

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And We Shall Cast Rainbows Upon The Land — non-fiction

Posted on May 16, 2018 in New Releases, Nonfiction, Self-Help, Spirituality

by Raymond Reitze A Teaching Lodge Publishing book “This is an inspired book, a guide for living from our heart and growing in our spirit. The author is a simple, profound man, a master Maine Guide, and a master teacher who answers our deepest questions. Through his poems and rich stories of life in the bush, he leads us down a path where fear is exchanged for love. He models for us what is possible when we become fully human-fully spirit.” — June A. Trotter, M.A. Wiscasset, Maine   ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Raymond E. Reitze, Jr. is a Master Maine Guide, author, and philosophy teacher. He has dedicated his life to the teachings of love, and guiding adults and children to their own hearts.   BUY THE BOOK: PAPERBACK EDITION Purchase a PAPERBACK PRINT version for $16.00 (+ shipping...

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Marketing Singers — Preparing Entrepreneurs to Artfully Make Money -4th Edition

Posted on Nov 20, 2015 in New Releases, Performing Arts, Self-Help

by Mark Stoddard MARKETING SINGERS contains concrete steps in marketing, advertising, and negotiating applicable to any start-up of small business including the daunting task of becoming a professional performer.             PRODUCT DETAILS: PRINT VERSION: 251 pages ISBN 13: 978-1730735844 5.5 x 8.5 Fourth Edition: 2018 List Price: $39.00 NO KINDLE VERSION AVAILABLE   REVIEWS AND COMMENTS: What people are saying about Marketing Singers and Mark Stoddard “I hesitated to read Marketing Singers – I’m not a singer; but own a small business. Glad I did. It has been life-changing.” –Garret G. “l read your book from front to back in two days. I could not put it down.  Everything seems so much clearer now and the book laid out very specific actions that I can take to market myself in an appropriate manner.” –Maria...

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The Ghost of Little Elm Lake — True Ghost Story

Posted on Oct 12, 2015 in Apparitions of America Series, Detective/Mystery, Ghost Stories, New Releases, Women Authors, YA | Juvenile | Middle Grades

by Shelley Bingham Husk Book One of the Apparitions of America Series Young Adult-Juvenile Paranormal / Ghost Story / True “They say in the woods by the Little Elm Lake, when the harvest moon is no more than a sliver, if you listen very carefully, you might hear it.” So begins the true story of a ghost, and a lake, and the people who became the legend, as well as the discoverers of the truth behind the tale of unexplained deaths, hauntings, whisperings, and spectres: two ten-year-old boys, Paxton, and his best friend, Carter. This ghost is real. This ghost wants something. Others have died for the secret the ghost is trying to expose. Reading Level 4th Grade +   PRODUCT DETAILS: (Buy from the Purchasing Section, below) PAPERBACK EDITION 106 pages 5″ x 8″ (12.7 x 20.32 cm)...

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Enoch In the City of Adam — Volume 1

Posted on Dec 31, 2014 in A COMING FLOOD novel series, Fiction, Historical Fiction, New Releases

by J. L. Thompson Watchers, fallen angels, demons, giants, raiders, armies and Father Cain — what can a boy of little promise do?   Enoch in the City of Adam chronicles the early years of young Enoch. As a mere “lad” Enoch is not the most obvious choice to lead his people, being smaller and weaker than most of the young men of his village and having a speech impediment that makes him appear weak to many. Nonetheless, Father Adam recognizes in him one who will rise to the call to help his people when perilous times threaten on the horizon. Technological implementations and diabolical deceit were destroying the people, their civilization, and the very planet, and Enoch sought feverishly to gather out those who would listen to his message before the end came crashing down on them in...

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