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Flocks, Herds, Litters & Schools
By Jim McMullan
What do you call a group of giraffes? Or how about lions? Or zebras? This book is all about the names we give to animals in groups. Some groups have only one name, but others have two or three, or more. Some sound very familiar, like a herd, or a flock, while others require a little more investigation. A murder of crows? A parcel of penguins? If you like animals, then you ve probably wondered where these group names come from. Author Jim McMullan tries his very best to answer all of these questions, and asks some of his own, in this fun and interactive look at our animal kingdom friends.
Jim McMullan has been an actor for over 40 years. He has starred in dozens of feature films including Shenandoah, Downhill Racer, and The Incredible Shrinking Woman. He has appeared in hundreds of TV shows, and many people remember him as Senator Dowling in Dallas. This is Jim s 9th book. His others are Actors As Artists; Musicians As Artists; This Face You Got; Instant Zen; Cheatin Hearts, Broken Dreams, and Stompted On Love; Hail To The Chief; Happily Ever After; and Do It Now-Book & Clock. Jim and his wife, Helene, spend half of each year living near their two sons, close to the Sequoia National Forest in California, and the other half sailing on the Jersey Shore.
"A fun, charming and altogether wonderful book that will leave children delighted and their parents wondering how they made it this far without knowing all of this fascinating information!" - Christopher Reich, New York Times Bestselling Author of Rules of Deception and Numbered Account
| The Stained Glass Art of Robert Terentieff
By Celeste Hinlicky
Father Robert Terentieff has created stained glass windows for churches, university buildings, libraries, schools and homes throughout the mid-Atlantic region and beyond.
By Graham Hinlicky
The Wall Builders have constructed a new guard against the winds. Though the wall is a mile thick, The winds are gaining strength and hope that the gods will save the people of Rien is starting to dim. On an island where men fly through the sky on feathered wings as women sing forth beautiful flowers and trees, the last chance lies with an average teenager. Emerrik must travel across the island nation in an attempt to confront the gods and save the land. Rien will know the name Emerrik.
| A Giant For Angstdorf
By Gregg Hinlicky
This classically textured tale of a misplaced giant who wanders into a tiny storybook village has been called a fairy-tale for the ages. Chocked full with all the elements found in your favorite childhood stories, A Giant for Angstdorf is sure to be a pleasure for literary lovers of all ages. — Seventeen years in the making, this labor of love by writer/illustrator Gregg Hinlicky, carries all the impact needed to become a family favorite for generations to come.
| Finding Melville
By Erica Deb
Is it possible to fall in love with someone 60 years your senior? For Rachael, Melville was so much more than a man in an old black and white picture on her parents’ refrigerator. He is her vision of perfection and the road out of her boring life and dead end job. As Rachael discovers more about Melville’s life in 1940s New York, she is catapulted into a quest to find the glamour and excitement she has been missing, as well as her own Melville.