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Lies We Tell Our Kids

From acclaimed artist Brett Wagner comes a book about the tall tales that parents tell their kids in the hopes of getting them to do something—eat, sleep, apologize to their sibling, or learn to do ...

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Downward Dog: Very Serious Haiku from a Very Serious Dog

A book of haiku and illustrations from the mind of Martin, the talking, angst-ridden, introspective dog from the ABC TV series, Downward Dog. Martin has a lot of time on his hands, just like almos...


Shoebox Funeral

There is no shortage of struggle when you’re growing up on a farm. For Elisabeth Voltz and her large family, farm life meant early mornings, late nights and many hours in between spent tending to an...


Breaking Up Is Hard To Do…

Anonymous break up stories from men and women, old and young, serious and silly and the cartoons that inspired them; Author and artist Hilary Campbell turns the painful into the hilarious, validating emotions from forgotten middle school tragedies to relationships that ended only hours ago.


Widdle Waddle

The message that this book conveys is apropos to what is going on in the world today. It’s about 2 groups of penguins who are finally willing to discover how much they have in common, even with their strong identities and differences .  In Waddlesville, a waddler named Wally wondered, “What ...


Hockey Karma

The highly anticipated sequel to the award winning “The Hockey Saint” taking place ten years after “Saint” ends.  The legendary Jeremiah “Jake” Jacobson, now thirty two, has been the world’s best hockey player over his fourteen year career because of his out of this world talent le...


Almost Home

In March, 2013, with Ukraine on the brink of civil war, the crew of the award winning documentary Almost Holy travels into the country’s crossfire for a final round of filming. Along for the ride is Filipp, the crew’s Russian translator, who hasn’t been back to the former USSR s...

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Nobody’s Girl

Sexual abuse, human trafficking, drug addiction, rape, prison, and domestic violence—Barbara Amaya experienced it all on the streets of New York, most of it before her sixteenth birthday. In Nobody’s Girl she shares her journey from trafficking victim to human rights advocate, weavin...


Elgin Park

A magical creation of artist Michael Paul Smith, Elgin Park is a lot of things:  a mid-century utopia, a fantastical world, and an optical illusion.  Smith’s imaginative town – composed entirely of miniatures – delighted audiences worldwide when his photo series went viral, attracting mor...


With All Eyes Open

One artist. Four countries. 319 days.

“With All Eyes Open” digs into the personal journals, gives a behind the scenes look, and allows access into the brain of an artist experiencing the internal and external journey of a lifetime as she travels and creates throughout India, Italy, Ir...


The Hockey Saint

Twenty-one year old Jeremiah Jacobson is the world's best hockey player, but he wasn't prepared for the frenzy and scrutiny that came with that title.  Tom Leonard is an average college sophomore... ...


Half Dead Roadkill

Half Dead Roadkill is a collection of short stories years in the making. A Pittsburgh native living in San Francisco and intermittently writing, and waiting, he sees strange things: Dead birds and...


I Was Picked, The John Challis Story

In 2008 John Challis died at the age of eighteen, losing a battle against liver cancer, but his inspirational story and message had an incredible effect on people from all walks of life.  “I Was Picked, The John Challis Story” looks at John’s life growing up with his family and...

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I Was Always Beautiful

I Was Always Beautiful is the raw and unedited documentation of Braat’s life in India and what the children have taught him. Experience his journey through personal journal entries and full-page photographs. All proceeds from the book will go to help Rocky in his work.


Stereotypical Freaks

Four disparate high school seniors come together to compete in their school’s battle of the bands. The members name the band “The Stereotypical Freaks” because they feel stereotyped by their classmates — smart kid, geek, star athlete and quiet weirdo. When one member revea...