Young Adult Fiction. Native American Studies. Illustrated by Regine Legler. SNAKEBITE is the first book in a series of Joy and Jerry Action Mystery stories. It takes the two friends to a Native American reservation in New Mexico. An adventure story with illustrations and a strong metaphysical foundation, SNAKEBITE offers children from 9-12 an exciting read as well as an introduction to the cultural and spiritual practices of Native Americans.
Are you looking for practical, ready-to-use ideas to help you design more innovative and unique video games? "David Perry on Game Design: A Brainstorming Toolbox" is a brainstorming and strategy guide for game designers, filled with inspiration-generating
Founded in 1979 by Seth Tobocman and Peter Kuper, World War 3 Illustrated is a collective of first-time and professional artists who use confrontational comics to shine a little reality on the fantasy world of the American kleptocracy. This full-color retrospective exhibition is arranged thematically, and includes topic of housing rights, feminism, the environment, religion, police brutality, globalization, and depictions of conflicts from the Middle East to the Midwest. World War 3 Illustrated also illuminates the war we wage on each other—and sometimes the one taking place in our own minds. Contributors include Sue Coe, Eric Drooker, Fly, Sandy Jimenez, Sabrina Jones, Peter Kuper, Mac McGill, Kevin Pyle, Spain Rodriguez, Nicole Schulman, Seth Tobocman, Susan Willmarth, and dozens more.
Joey Willis is an eleven-year-old boy desperately searching for his younger sister, Olivia. From a familiar beach to an unknown cave, Joey falls into a different world. On his mission to find Olivia, he finds he has been given an extraordinary gift of magical powers. Joey meets Budda, the master teacher of all that is good, and together they encounter huge, fierce, and evil creatures, the likes of which Joey could never have imagined on Earth. Joey's adventures also lead him to make many friends. But will Joey find his sister?
Captain Joshua Foley might be a disgrace to the royal army and a drunkard to boot, but he knew Diamanda the Berserker, a complicated woman nearly reduced to myth and rumor by even the most seasoned taletellers of Delthain. She was a warrior, a bloodthirsty killer, a monster in the eyes of men—and perhaps the only thing standing between humankind and the true monsters at our door. He was her friend, her lover, her last companion—and when she could no longer speak for herself, he became her voice in our world. Through a startling interview with an eager young student, Captain Foley relates the full story of his encounters with the Daughter of Man, even as the cosmic secret concealed within his narrative threatens to destroy him…
Reviews and analyses of over 5000 titles from the 1930s to date. ... Every comic of note from the past fifty years is included in this comprehensive guide to American comics. From the underground to children's comics, autobiography to fantasy.