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Phantastic Adventures of Phibbi The Phrog: Trilogy


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by Eric Joyce  (Author), Everett Carter Sr. (Illustrator)


Phantastic Adventures of Phibbi the Phrog is a Children's picture book about a little frog that is kind of lonely and ventures out to see if he can find some friends. He meets several interesting friends along the way, but one is not as friendly as he pretends until Phibbi's Phriends join together.

In this second adventure of Phibbi the Phrog, Phibbi realizes he's forgotten the phish and must find a way to include him in the fun all of his other friends are having. The bird, however, doesn't want to be bothered with a phish that can't be a part of the air breathers.

In the third and final (maybe) adventure of Phibbi the Phrog, the bird has been cast out and is seeking an ally, an Owl to help him get his revenge. When the tide's turn on him, his only choice is to beg forgiveness. Will his friends take him back?
 







Cobb


by Eric Joyce (Author), 
Chandra Sekhar Poudyal (Illustrator)

A content spider in a dusty, empty house. Then one day a
family moves in and changes everything. Maria, a little artist
comes to share a room with Cobb and after the initial fright,
a magical friendship arises.
















How To Learn Martial Arts: Or Create Your Own

Have you ever thought you'd like to learn Martial Arts, but believed it just wasn't possible? The purpose of this book is NOT to teach you the Martial Arts, but to give you some tips and a few things to consider which you may use to get started, and even proficient, in a "way" which is the best fit for you.

 












The Frog That Didn't Want To Be Prince


by Eric E Joyce (Author), 
Chandra Sekhar Poudyal (Illustrator)

How did the prince become a frog in the first place? Why wouldn't he want to be a prince again? This story gives all of the answers you've always wanted to know. Wonderful fairytale. Fantastic illustrations by Chandra Sekhar Poudyal.










Gohn  The Monster



by Eric Joyce  (Author), 
Chandra Sekhar Poudyal (Illustrator)



Gohn The Monster is a children's picture book written for Eric's daughter
when she told him of her fear of monsters after a dream she'd had the
night before. She told him that the monster's name was Gohn which sounds
like Gone. He told her that Gohn was a good monster and that he would write
the book to prove it. And so this lovely fairy tale was written. His daughter has
not been scared since.









The Wondering Wandering Frog


by Eric Joyce  (Author),
Everett Carter Sr. (Illustrator)


A little frog unconcerned, in a tree on one side of the forest.
He has no troubles to speak of, but one day, he starts wondering
if there might be something missing in his life and he decides
to venture out. His trek through the forest may turn up more than he expects.













Whose Are the Shoes You're Trying to Fill?



by Eric Joyce (Author)  
Meagan Truitt (Illustrator)

This book was written for every young person setting 
out to decide what they will do with their lives. The title
seemed appropriate, since life is about filling shoes...and
then walking in them. The sooner our young people
decide what they want to do the more comfortable the
shoes will be down the path of life. It also seemed appropriate
to have a young person illustrate this book; I can’t imagine that
I would find one more suited for that task than Meagan Truitt.





Miss Muffett 2.0



by Eric Joyce  (Author)
Meagan Truitt (Illustrator)

We’ve been cheated for a number of years thinking
four lines was all there was to Miss Muffett. Now prepare
yourself for Miss Muffett 2.0. This is the whole story as
told by Eric E Joyce and illustrated by Meagan Truitt.
This is the second book that Meagan has illustrated for Eric.
Keep an eye out for this young lady; already she is showing
signs of brilliance.







Miss Muffett 3.0 by [Joyce, Eric]

Miss Muffett 3.0



by Eric Joyce  (Author)
Meagan Truitt (Illustrator)

From Miss Muffett 2.0, Miss Muffett was frightened away...
Seems that end, left us only woe.
We can't stop now, there is more left to say.
So...Then Miss Muffett stopped and thought,
Why should I run away?
This is a must read! And you won't believe the ending.
The sequel to end all sequels, is again illustrated by
Meagan Truitt, a wonderfully talented young artist.
I haven't the words to thank her







A Frog's Tale: The Whole Story



by Eric Joyce  (Author), 
Christina Quinlivan (Illustrator)



This is a tale about a scared and lonely frog letting
life pass him by, until one day, determined to see what
else is out there, he ventures to another side of the jungle.
A couple of mishaps later and he believes he sees his
future in another creek on the other side of the jungle.








The Steps to Skinny: A Life Story



by Eric Joyce (Author)
Chandra Sekhar Poudyal (Illustrator)

This is a weight-loss/diet book that removes most of the
science and all of the different diets all of the myths and
insinuation about weight-loss.This was my emergency
call to lose weight. And I did. 47 pounds in two months.
This light-hearted and fun book makes it easy to understand
how to lose weight.




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