SHAKESPEARE FOR CHILDREN: THE STORY OF ROMEO AND JULIET
by Cass Foster
Adults shouldn’t keep classic this good to themselves. This fully illustrated book makes the play easily understandable to your readers, yet is faithful to the spirit of the original. A Benjamin Franklin Children’s Storybooks Award nominee.
Five Star Publications
ASSUMPTION AND OTHER STORIES
by Daniel A. Olivas
Set in Southern California, these tales examine the complicated interplay between class, gender, and ethnicity in modern Latino communities, with exceptionally varied characters and situations that defy easy stereotypes.
“a vital portrait of Latino Latino life in L.A. …- Los Angeles Times
157 pp paper $12.00 ISBN978-1-931010-19-1
Bilingual Review Press
by Jennifer Ashley
Mysterious Galaxy Review
It has been a while since I started a new paranormal series that intriqued me with its world building and characters. I am admittedly late to this series, but I intend to make up for lost time. This is the world of Shifters who live in Austin, Texas in an environment thick with prejudice and peril. The danger comes, not from outsiders directly, but in the constant threat in their way of life, which they hold deal and very secret. In this series opener, one young human lawyer defies social norms by defending a Shifter for a crime he did not commit and seeks out help from his clan. She immediately runs into both lust and an abundance of brick walls which she is determined to meet head on (in both instances). It is a fun world to break into with a writer who is sure of her trade.- Terry
Berkley Sensation paperback original, $7.99
Mysterious Galaxy Books