Tickle Monster Laughter Kit

Tickle Monster Laughter Kit

Share the treasured gift of laughter with your child! Josie Bissett's enchanted new book is well on its way to becoming a celebrated children's classic. A loveable monster with big puffy mitts has just flown in from Planet Tickle. His mission is to bring joy and laughter to Planet Earth. How? By tickling any child who happens to follow along in this book. Parents read aloud and do the tickling while their children squirm and giggle with delight. Tickle Monster is a winner of the Mom's Choice Award, Parent's Choice Award and the Parent Tested Parent Approved Award. NOTE: The book comes with magical blue Tickle Monster mitts, with holes in the fingertips to make it easy for parents to instantly transform themselves into Tickle Monster and turn pages while tickling. It all comes in an inspiring re-useable gift boxa wonderful gift for parents, grandparents and children for any occasion. Make memories that last a lifetimehere comes Tickle Monster!

Rekindled Fire

Rekindled Fire

Nineteen months ago, Beth Watson lost her husband in a tragic accident. Since that night, she has harbored a terrible guilt that his death was her fault. Could her unwilling attraction to another man have gotten her husband killed or was it a tragic accident? Peter Holden is a broken man. Struggling with his past, he fights to be strong and steadfast for the people in his life. Feeling like he is juggling too many balls, his troubles are increased because his wife has dumped him and ran away with his best friend; leaving him holding the bag with no one to help out with their kids. Out of options, he calls the one woman he swore he would always stay away from, his old friend Beth. Does she dare step in to help him out? Can they get beyond the past to build a future together or will the past ruin them both?

The Stolen Child

The Stolen Child

Seven-year-old Henry Day is kidnapped by fairy changelings living in the dark forest near his home - ageless beings whose secret community is threatened by encroaching modern life. They give Henry a new name, Aniday, and the gift of agelessness - now and forever, he will be seven years old. The group has left another child in Henry's place. This changeling boy, who has morphed himself into Henry's duplicate, must adjust to a new way of life and hide his true identity from the Day family. But he can't hide his extraordinary talent for the piano, and his near-perfect performances prompt his father to suspect that he is an impostor. As he grows older the new Henry Day becomes haunted by vague but persistent memories of life in another time and place. Both Henry and Aniday search obsessively for who they were before they changed places in the world.

The Necromancer's Gambit (The Gambit #1)

The Necromancer's Gambit (The Gambit #1)

Knight, the sheriff of a local magical government known as "the Gambit," is called to recover a mutilated body, tainted with magic and dumped at a popular haunt. When the corpse is identified as a close associate of the Gambit, it threatens the safety of the community he protects, and those he cares about most. As the fragile peace amongst the city's magic-wielding factions disintegrates, Knight must track down a cadre of murderers before his friends are picked off, one by one- with each death used to strengthen the spells cast against the Gambit. (Keywords: Urban Fantasy, Dark Urban Fantasy, Dark Fantasy, Fantasy Urban, Fantasy Witch, Horror Fantasy, Horror Pulps, Film Noir, Urban Fantasy Thriller, Fantasy Thriller, Fantasy Pulp.)

The Phantom of the Movies' Videoscope

The Ultimate Guide to the Latest, Greatest, and Weirdest Genre Videos

The Phantom of the Movies' Videoscope

The "Phantom of the Movies", aka Joe Kane, has been avidly watching "B" movies since the 1960s and chronicling their mainstreaming over the past decade. His new book contains 3,000 reviews of thrillers and action flicks, horror, camp and comedy classics, sexploitation, sci-fi, and westerns, and incorporates exclusive celebrity interviews with genre heavyweights Gary Oldham, Jackie Chan, and Pamela Grier, and directors John Waters and Wes Craven. 100 illustrations.

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