Genies, Giants and a Walrus
Amazing Adventures and Terrific Tall Tales for older readers who are ready to sink their teeth into something fun.
Vampires… Corpses… Mangled Harry Potter…
TV Deprogrammer — a modern fable
It Ate My Sister — autobiographical
Hairy Fingers — a classic… with a twist
Old Scratch Nickels — modern revenge
The Monkey’s Paw — montypythonesque
Death of Harry Potter — infamous!
Haunted Playground — autobiographical
Sarah’s Stake – a girl and her vampire
Some violence and gruesome detail. Parental guidance: If the cover bothers you, don't buy it. .
60 minutes. Perfect for keeping the peace on car rides...
Recorded live at Knotty Oak and Horrible Mann
Witches, Tsunami, Toxic Chemicals and Tossed Cookies
-We didn't mean to get into trouble. The trouble always found us...-
This is a book about a bunch of ordinary kids who have extraordinary adventures. What happens when my friend Kovar brings his sister's cat from the dead? What happens when my cousin Adam finally goes boogie boarding? Was it really a good idea to take candy from the doorstep of the witch's house? And what about the inter-school game of capture the flag that we played with water guns?
Epic humor, horror and pungent stanks...
Written for young people and adults with a sense of humor, The Zombie Cat includes seven stories plus a full length chapter book (novella).
Mark Binder is the storytelling author of more than 20 books and audio books, including It Ate My Sister and It was a dark and stormy night... Much of his work is multigenerational for diverse audiences of listeners and readers. An internationally renowned performer, he tours the world sharing truths, telling lies and transmitting joy.
Fun, funny, disgusting and exciting!
Winner of five international ebook awards!
Eleanor lives alone with her two stepsisters. Even though she's in a wheelchair, they make her sleep downstairs in the basement!
“It doesn’t matter how you look, what matters is who you are.”
— Fairy Godmother
Cinderella Spinderella uses today’s technology to give a classic story a contemporary message of empowerment.
Mark Binder and Steve Mardo have created new classic.