Hike Up Devil's Mountain
Ten-year old Andy Thompson disobeys his mother and sneaks into the basement of an old abandoned house that’s due for demolition. He stumbles upon a mysterious box under an old cabinet. And his troubles begin when he looks inside.
The Crew brothers, twelve-year old Jason, and ten-year old Danny, also find their way to the basement. New to town, Jason has established himself as the school bully. A struggle ensues between Andy and Jason and the bully ends up as a toad.
Somehow, the boys must reverse the magical spell. And that means hiking up the dread mountain: fast pace, fast action, hair-raising scares and surprises on the way! The lives of all three boys seem destined to change forever, if they survive…
Billy Cooper's Awesome Nightmare
Billy Cooper's seventh grade class has been given a last minute, weekend assignment. They must draw a piece of paper out of a box and prepare an oral book report on the person or event they select. Billy draws the name, William Tell, whoever that is. He has a full weekend planned, but figures he'll do a ten minute search and then be able to skate right through the assignment, having plenty of time for his busy weekend.
His outlook changes when he finds himself in the fourteenth century, standing in front of William Tell's house. Billy's modern day style and lingo has William Tell thinking the lad is a bit unbalanced, but asks if he would like to go along with him and his son to the town of Altdorf. It is here Billy learns just who William Tell is and why he is a legend.
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A Float Down the Canal
Twelve-year old Pam Simpson gets dumped on when her mother is called into work. She has to babysit her brother and his friend, and entertain her prissy cousin, Candy, whom she doesn't even like. They are going to the public pool and floating down the canal to get there, much to Candy's frantic dismay. Pam's day goes from horrible to the best day of her life, thanks to A Float Down the Canal.
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Solar - One Family's Reality
After finding out it would cost over $100,000 to bring in electricity to our rural property, we decided we better become enthusiastic about the prospect of solar and wind. The following story tells of the discoveries and conclusions we have come to after building our home and living green with solar and wind for the last five years.