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Beverly Eschberger Author- THE ELEPHANTS TOUR ENGLAND


by Beverly Eschberger      Illustrator: Jim Gower

978193292693 (Paperback) – $3.99 – 104 pags

An Adventure in England!

The Elephant Family is taking a short family holiday touring southern England.  It starts out as a quiet bus tour.  The family visits the city of Bath and Stonehenge.  Then Harold and Penelope get on the wrong bus.  Will Harold and Penelope find their way back to their parents?  Will Harold be forced to learn French?  And can Mr. and Mrs. Elephant find a convertable to rent?

Order from: Ingram, Baker & Taylor,

Follett Library Resources, or directly from the publisher.

Kinkajou Press, an impring of

Artemesia Publishing

9 Mockingbird Hill Rd

Tijeras, New Mexico 87059


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Frederick J. Masterman Author- JEWELS OF STONEHENGE


      by Frederick J. Masterman 

      Mysterious fjords…. 

      Gems from beyond time….

      Intrigue and murder….

     The terrible secret of Stonehenge…. 

      Available on-line and from your bookseller 

     Visit author webpage  www.orchardhousepress.com/frederickjmasterman

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Frederick J. Masterman-new action packed novel published

      Frederick J. Masterman’s THE JEWELS OF STONEHENGE, published in January 2009, is the second novel in the action-adventure series entitled THE PLANETCARE DISCOVERIES.  The series is published by Orchard House Press, a medium-size traditional press located in Seattle, Washington.  As with the first book, SEASON OF THE PLANT, released in late 2007, the story focuses on a scientific expedition, in the course of which bizarre and deadly discoveries take place.  The core of THE JEWELS OF STONEHENGE is a set of otherworldly gems originating in the anceient monument, which when assembled will create a device of alien power.  The publisher provides an author webpage, through which the books may be ordered (orchardhousepress.com/frederickjmasterman) or you may contact the author directly (masterman1225@yahoo.com).

      Taken from the Write Word, the newsletter of the Society of Southwestern Authors Vol. 37. No.2 April-May 2009.

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