Full Catalog by Author
Game artist, character designer, and illustrator of children's activity books, as well as fiction and non-fiction for all ages.
Science & Nature guides, with information drawn from decades of experience in environmental education.
Caricatures of famous people of his day and throughout history, poetry, children's books, humor, and satire.
Nate P. Jensen
Illustration, children's books, design (apps, board games, logos, posters, websites), animation, murals, and fine art.
Former journalist using his investigative skills to extensively research for books and articles on history.
Journals and notebooks with tongue-in-cheek themes for writing, drawing, collecting data, and making plans.
Thomas Power Lowry, M.D.
American history books; content gleaned from years researching thousands of official archived documents.
- Andersonville to Tahiti
- Galvanized Virginians in the Indian Wars
- Stark Naked with a Flit Gun
- Three Brothers
- A Tourist Guide to Civil War Washington D.C.
- Was Grandpa a Freeloader?
- The Yankees' Secret Weapon
Illustrations created from layers of digital textures, and accompanied by quotations by William Shakespeare.
Olive Thorne Miller
Natural history and children's books; narrative accounts and field observations of bird behavior and lifestyle.
Passionate advocate for residential environmental education and editor of collections of stories and testimonials.
Memoir and extensive family history; life in Indiana and Illinois spanning seventy-seven years and several generations.
Syllabically-restricted poetry as a tool to selectively reconstruct and comment on popular media.
A. Hyatt Verrill
Practical, nautically-adjacent instructional guides and survival-themed adventure fiction.
David A. Wierth
Animal-themed fictional stories based on science research written by middle school students for readers of all ages.