Two one-act plays directed by Robert Altman in Los Angeles and Off-Broadway in New York City in 1981, and later filmed by Altman for ABC Arts cable television, and now revised by the playwright for this edition.
Fourteen-year-old Rafe Rabellius really gets into books. And sometimes he literally can't get out. After being dragged cross-country by his research scientist parents all his life—Greenfort High will be his seventh school—there's hope. If Rafe agrees to share his new home with an extended family he's never even heard of (what kind of name is Genrés anyway?), they'll stay put for four whole years. Cool, right?
This genre-busting, hilarious and exciting Young Adult adventure novel by Joseph Lowery. is available in paperback and Kindle.
A powerful, unflinching and wryly funny mental health memoir that digs into the frightening importance of family and the sometimes terrifying power of love.
When Eddie Akamai fails the third grade reading test, he, his little sister, and his best friend sail away to an enchanted island where all the creatures know how to read and write. But there's trouble even on an enchanted isle. Dark forces of ignorance and apathy are on the verge of overrunning Aloha Island and the magic creatures are defenseless without the help of the three visiting kids in the battle ahead. Parents can read this exciting and funny adventure chapter book aloud to introduce phonics, whole language, and a love of reading. Highly recommended for challenged readers.