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  • Verbs in Storyland – Volume 2

    $2.99$9.99 Hincks, Anthony T.
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    Verbs in Storyland are fun books to write. I can use people I know, and write them into different stories.

    English is sometimes a hard subject to learn, and that is why I am using verbs as a basis for these series of books.

    The stories are usually fairly short, and they can vary in the way the story is written, and in what manner. It basically comes down to the verbs used, and the person who I have modeled the story on.

    I do my own illustrations so they are not perfect, but nether am I, and dare I say it, neither are you. Iam no artist when it comes to drawings, but then that is life.

    So enjoy volume 2 of Verbs in Storyland.

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  • Unfinished! Something for the Kids

    $5.99$11.99 Hincks, Anthony T.
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    Something for the Kids

    Unfinished!: Something for the Kids is another storybook full of different stories. In total, there are twelve stories, and they range in different types. You can read about Santa, and a ship that never sails. There’s a monk with an ark for a home. You can join Bagabones as he tries to scare people on All Hallows Eve. Or maybe you want to read about Annie, and how she comes to be friends with a centipede, and ants.

    Read about a young Tooten as he talks to his uncle, Ramses. Or maybe you are just one of these people that like to see everything in black & white, and if you are, we also have a story for you.

    So come inside, and read one of the stories. You just might be pleasantly surprised, and glad that you did.

    Anthony T. Hincks

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  • Verbs in Storyland

    $2.99$9.99 Hincks, Anthony T.
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    Welcome to ‘Verbs in Storyland’. This series of books will introduce children to irregular, and regular verbs through the use of stories, and the odd drawing or two. I hope that you like them because I believe that they are unique in their style, and concept. Here is just one exert.

    “Jim…here at ‘THEIVES’ we pride ourselves on stealing good things,” Mr. Jones said.

    “Yes, I know,” Jim said, “that’s why I want to work here.”

    “Gloria, tell Jim what you stole last week,” Mr. Jones said with a bright smile.

    “I stole this!” Gloria said as she held up a pencil case.

    This exert is from Steal-Stole-Stolen, and there are nine others in this book.

    Overall there are over 600 irregular verbs, and many more regular verbs. So, as you can see, I will have my work cut out for me writing all of the stories.

    So happy reading, and I’ll catch you in the next volume.

    Anthony T. Hincks

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  • Unfinished!

    $5.99$11.99 Hincks, Anthony T.
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    Welcome to Unfinished!

    It’s a group of stories that I have written over the years to help teach reader’s comprehension. Because it’s reader’s comprehension, I didn’t need to incorporate the usual start, endings, and/or middle to what would have been a long exercise.

    The stories cover many genre as I don’t believe in sticking to just one type of storyline. I like to try and think ahead of the reader, so I usually have lots of twists, and turns in any story that I write.

    Not all the stories will make sense to you, but to me they do. Just as I don’t expect everyone to like my style of writing. It would be good if you did, but I am not that ignorant or that silly.

    If the stories are well received, I may end up writing longer stories and turning them into a novel of sorts.

    This first volume contains forty stories which I had sitting on my computer, so all I had to do was do a minor bit of editing to bring them back to life.

    I hope that you have a read, and enjoy them.

    Remember, if you don’t, well I won’t lose any sleep over it.

    All the best, and enjoy what life can give you, and what you can offer it in return.

    Anthony T. Hincks

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  • Outdoor Adventures

    $4.99$8.99 Simandan, V.M.
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    A Story Set in Thailand

    Outdoor Adventures is a story for children full of riddles and life lessons every child should be exposed to.

    Follow the Lesters as they travel from Bangkok to Kanchanaburi Province in Thailand where they have a series of wonderful and educational adventures. Alice and Ethan, the family’s two young children, learn about the heroes buried at the War Cemetery, go rafting on the River Kwai, explore the Bridge on the River Kwai, and then go climbing at Erawan National Park and cool off in its amazing waterfall.

    But the adventures don’t stop here as the Lesters continue their trip up the river in a canoe, build a huge bonfire at the tree hut camp, and go trekking the next day in the wild jungle. Even more excitement awaits them during their elephant ride which is followed by a slow train ride through the countryside.

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  • three friends

    $2.99$9.99 Tomas, Chris
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    Denny, Mark, and Nicky were products of a country, brimming with possibilities but wrought with difficulties, struggling like many other countries to find its true identity and vision for the future. This characteristic is imbued in its products, its people.

    As Denny, Mark, and Nicky were born, grow up, cope with life’s challenges and different sets of givens, they manage to find comfort in a bond that grows more compelling and yet complicated over time.

    Although the story is completely fictional, it is based on documented and observed factual and historical events and places and tells of very real struggles experienced by a quaint society.

    This is a story written by a young girl growing up and seeing the world in all its beauty and ugliness and then later revised by an old woman who had evolved her perspectives in life.

    This is a story of friendship, which, through a remarkable set of extremely trying circumstances, and yet a very tenuous and mystical spirit, managed to sustain itself and wield a very powerful force.

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  • The Ironman. A Story

    $2.99$7.99 Simandan, V.M.
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    The Lesters are living a quiet life in their beautiful house on the top of a hill. Although their parents are always busy, Brandon, Alice, and Ethan lead a happy life, playing ball and running around the house all day long.

    But, the world they know will soon change. Something terrible is going to happen.

    The Ironman is coming!

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  • Ready and Friends Mall, Math Adventure

    $3.99$12.99 Wisher, Stephen
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    The Ready Rashid cosmopolitan Middle East cartoon stands at the forefront of a new perspective towards comic entertainment with the absence of political or religious content. Created by Stephen Wisher the Ready Rashid Cartoon and the unique team that would bring this vision to life have worked developing the concept and scripts for over 4 years. Throughout his creative life, Stephen Wisher has been known and respected for his impressive portfolio of brand creations. Stephen has earned and maintained a firm level of respect from those who know him personally and admire his relentless commitment to originality and creativity. Stephen holds a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and is a Certified International Project Manager.

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  • The Moon Hunter

    $4.99$12.99 Simandan, V.M.
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    Stories by students from Thailand

    The forest ranger is desperately searching for his missing friend. The night is dark and danger crawls everywhere. But the hunter becomes the hunted! Attacked from all sides, the ranger narrowly escapes only to face even more dangers. In the struggle, he loses his rifle and now needs to rely only on his pistol. And then he hears his friend moaning…

    “The Moon Hunter” is a collection of 70 stories written by students at an international school in Bangkok, Thailand. They cover a vast range of genres, from horror to adventure to sci-fi, but they all make an entertaining read for young readers.

    Ultimately, this collection of stories aims at asking young people, their teachers, and their parents the following question: “Who said you can’t write?”

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  • Penelopea

    $2.99 Rencken, G.R.
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    Penelopea the pea is the young mischievous daughter of a peapod family.
    In this story Penelopea and her brother Louis get up to their usual mischief. When danger presents itself in the form of Little old Lady Mary Sue, Penelopea’s quick thinking saves the day.
    This is the first of many adventures with Penelopea.

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  • The Woman From Planet Alpha 1

    $2.39 Burdman, Vladimir
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    The interstellar ship Dex falls violently to the ground. One of the survivors of the crew is Teki that escapes from the jungle where the spaceship crashed and meets Miguel, a man whose life is traced by misfortune and failure. After this encounter, a wonderful life begins for the human and love blossoms for the extraterrestrial woman.

    The Woman from the planet Alpha 1 treats the true reality of the universe never said before by any other being that hasn’t been an eyewitness.

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  • Dimitri’s Treasure

    $4.99$14.99 Hay, Robert Bruce
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    An adventure novel

    This story involves a 12 year old boy who lives in Possidonia, a rural seaside village near Athens in the late 1920s. The boy lives with his grandfather and loves to swim in the sea with dolphins. One day while diving he finds an old box which happens to contain a map. This sets him on a journey, once he’s a bit older, to search for an island. There he hopes to find his treasure.
    His journey becomes quite perilous, taking him to places and seeing sights that he could never have foreseen. Because of this he needs to develop his powers and seek help from others. At times he is unsure if he will ever complete his quest and wonders if it’s all worth the effort. However, what waits for him down his chosen path proves to be both wondrous and amazing.
    Join Dimitri as he seeks his treasure and is forced to mature along the way. The story contains many twists and turns that match his difficult journey. The pace of this novel is heightened by the sense of adventure as you marvel at Dimitri’s strength and courage in the face of adversity.

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  • Chicken Mommies Would Never Do A Thing Like That!

    $3.99$9.99 Chatman, Simon
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    Book for the little ones.

    In a search for a mother, Little Chicken meets some amusing, funny,and sometimes naughty characters.

    Story filled with humor and a surprise ending that’s sure to knock your socks off!

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  • For Mature Teens Only

    $4.99 Fowler, B.L.
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    Being an LGBT teen is challenging, but the LGBT teens at West High School learn just how valuable they really are as a team; when they come face-to-face with social inequality and homophobia, in their high school.
    As a result, Anthony, an only child, who is openly gay, at age fourteen. is being raised by a single mon, who once struggled with accepting her son’s sexual orientation. But witnessing how mature Anthony has become, helps Janette overcome her discomfort with his sexuality.
    Meanwhile, tenacious Tammy is sexy and full of life. But when she faces her father about her sexual orientation, she finds out just how much he really loves her.

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  • Mae Khong Mouse

    $2.99 Chatman, Simon
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    Mouse, not listening to the advice of his Grandma and Grandpa, sets up house in an old hat on board a riverboat. The adventure begins when a severe rain and wind storm sends him and his house floating down the river.
    But, like humans who flock together to help each other in times of crisis, Mouse finds he is not alone but among new helping friends.

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  • Little Pong and the Elephant

    $2.99 Chatman, Simon
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    Little Pong and Susu, his hungry pet elephant, go for lunch to the local market and the fun begins. Susu, showing his naughty side, is determined to satisfy his big appetite while the people shout, “You never say ‘No’ to an elephant ’cause elephants never forget.”
    Another hilarious tale from the pen of an author who brought you his first story – ‘Little Pong‘.
    Text in English/Thai.

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  • Thailand’s Forgotten Nursery Rhymes

    $3.99 Jaggs, Peter
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    This book is a magical collection of twenty five traditional nursery rhymes and chants, all of which are about the animals and birds of Thailand. Despite first impressions, many Thai nursery rhymes are not really nonsense verses at all, but have been recited to children by their parents and grandparents for hundreds of years, in order to teach them something about the creatures that share their world. Sadly, throughout the course of time, many of these ancient rhymes and chants seem to have become all but forgotten by the modern generation of Thai children and this book is an attempt to preserve them before they are lost forever, as well as introducing them to the children of other countries. Beautifully illustrated with vibrant pictures that give the reader as much of an insight into everyday Thai life as do the rhymes themselves, this book will captivate and delight children of all nationalities and ages, as well as providing them with a great deal of knowledge about the people of Thailand and the natural history of the country. As well as the pictures and text (the rhymes are reproduced in both English and phonetic Thai language) this book also contains a list of the meanings of many of the rhymes and chants included, which will enable parents in countries all over the world to teach a valuable lesson about a different culture to their children in a way in which is both informative and fun.

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  • The Adventures of Abou and Jamou

    $3.99$12.99 Jaruensook, Wichan
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    On his 9th birthday Abou, a young boy from India, travels into a miracle wonderland with his butterfly friend Jamou, to find the answers to five important questions his talking green bean tree friends have asked him.
    He finds the answers by talking with the very smart and interesting people he meets in this magic land. He also helps himself become smarter by remembering and using the knowledge and advice his wonderful grandparents taught him.
    He realizes the great importance of reading, and he gains confidence to continue searching for solutions and answers to new questions in his life.

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  • The Wisher’s Well

    $3.99$9.99 Khemlani, Bhavna
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    This is a story of four compassionate and aspirant teenagers,’ Yuna Lee, Joben Saito, Alec Burley and Amporn Srisai who decide to travel for two weeks to four countries in Southeast Asia. They don’t know which country they will travel to.  Each of them makes a wish.
    It’s a gamble and they pick up a chit randomly, just like opening a fortune cookie.  It’s fascinating to know which country brings a new story and what each teenager discovers from traveling to that country.
    Yuna is tired with her weekend cooking responsibility. Joben has travelled from Japan to make sure he attains a high school diploma. Alec is drenched and disgusted with exams. Amporn feels absorbed with singing. Each of them feels the gravity of reality during their twelfth grade requirements. Is taking a break before University a good Idea? Was their location right? Could they adjust? What do they learn? Each country picked randomly is just like craving for a boon from a wish well, which may or may not be fulfilled.
    Dive into a thought and make a wish. Which destination you choose is a secret that promises you a miraculous experience.

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  • The Night the Elephants Cried – a story of the Tsunami

    $3.99 Murray, Nancy H.
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    The elephant emerged from the water, a moving wall of gray cut against a startling blue sky. Wild high grasses brushed the columns of her huge legs as she dwarfed the hill that rose behind her. Massive footprints left pools of river water where she emerged from the pond that had slaked her thirst and provided her family an afternoon of muddy play. Gently flapping ears became still; the pads on her great feet sank deep into the earth. She lifted her trunk, stood as if transfixed. Dusk approached and banished a reluctant sun. From miles away, something was coming.

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