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Imagine what would happen if a famous—really famous—chef and do-it-yourselfer suddenly found herself in the middle of a murder. Would she want to turn it into another project like baking cookies or weaving a basket? What could be easier than a solve-it-yourself murder of your show’s producer? Plenty, as star Polly Dewitt finds out in this very crafty whodunit.
 
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HIGHER POWER, by B. Walton
JACK AND BELLA, FROM BEANSTALK TO BROADWAY
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SONG OF LILLIAN, by K. Bradbury
 
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THIS COULD BE MURDER - by C. Sodaro
THIS COULD BE MURDERWhen big-time television producer Noah Lott drops dead from a little food poisoning (the murder was done in such good taste), Polly Dewett, host of “The Polly-Dewett-My-Way Show,” resolves to solve the murder and write a book about it for budding detectives: How To Solve a Murder. First, Polly disables the vehicles to prevent suspects from leaving the scene of the crime. Next, she identifies the... read more
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BLACK HEARTS AND BEARDED LADIES

When four rude, crude, unladylike ladies take up residency at the Sweetwater Inn under the guise of musicians, the lovely inn is turned upside down. The foursome is the fiendish, thievish Bearded Lady Bandits incognito and they’re staying at the Sweetwater Inn along with an odd, but hilarious assortment of other drop-ins including Clarissa, a fortune-teller who...
THE CHAMELEON PRINCESS

Princess Zena has always been smart. More than that, she has an uncanny talent for becoming an expert in any field any time she speaks with someone knowledgeable in that area. When she talks with a blacksmith, she knows everything about horses and smithing. Let her meet a bishop, and she becomes an expert in religion. She is, much to her family’s discomfort, an intellectual...
DOUBLE TROUBLE ON THE PRAIRIE

Identical twins, Timothy and Jimothy Scrubb, aren't the smartest brothers in Virginia City. In fact, they won the Dumbest Twins in the Montana Territory contest. But when Victor Horrible (that's Horr-EE-blay) swoops into town and begins killing off the shareholders of the Opera House in a plot to replace it with a new development, The Scrubb Brothers must use their collective...
FROM FINGERS TO FEATHERS

Beautiful, with a dream-like quality. A lonely female befriends a friendless, overweight boy, and the pair has an unusual ritual on moonlit nights...he sits in a tree near her house, and they smile at one another. But one special evening, he beckons her to follow him, and he shares a miraculous secret that transforms them both forever.
HIGHER POWER

The asteroid should have destroyed all life on Earth. Instead, it crumbled into nothing and moments later, there were reports of a flying man sighted all over the East Coast, a man they now call Miracle. In the days that followed, a small handful of people found themselves with superhuman powers. Some became heroes, some became villains, some worked as soldiers for a...
JACK AND BELLA, FROM BEANSTALK TO BROADWAY

Jack and his cow, Bella, have a show biz act and want to be famous. But Jack has to sell his cow, and that's where the traditional tale sort of takes over. As Jack takes his cow through the forest to market, he runs into the Beanman and other children in the forest, Little Red Riding Hood, Hansel and Gretal, Alice, Paul Bunyan and Babe the Blue Oz. They all play a part in...
MUCH ADO ABOUT MIDDLE SCHOOL

Monica likes Jason, Jason likes Erika, Andrea likes Reilly, Reilly is clueless, and they’re all overwhelmed by too much homework, too many tests, pop quizzes, and teachers with nothing better to do than assign essays. And, unless they have good grades, the principal is going to cancel the Sixteenth Annual Super Sweetheart’s Dance Extravapalooza - the biggest social event of...
PIRATE ISLAND-THE MUSICAL

“We’re The Pirates” Captain Peach and his not-so-merry band of pirates sing as they roam a deserted island in search of Bluebeard’s still-hidden treasure chest. Captain Peach swears Bluebeard buried the treasure right over . . . right . . . left empty-handed, penniless pirates are not happy pirates, mutiny is close at hand! Until, Barbara and her not-so-eager castaways get...
THE RECKLESS ROMANTIC

Faithful maid, Mary has awoken with an umbrella fused to her hand. Collateral damage from another one of Master Paul's fatal marriage proposals. Master Paul must be married before his 30th birthday, but somehow his proposals always end in death. How much longer can his faithful servants, Mary and his stoic butler Dobbins survive Paul's reckless romance?
SONG OF LILLIAN

A father finds that his mentally handicapped daughter has been ignored and abused by his ex-wife. Mature theme.