Elizabeth and Parr

Elizabeth & Parr

Elizabeth and Parr is an Alice-in-Wonderland-like story for 6 to 10 year-olds. Eight-year-old Elizabeth meets an eccentric hobgoblin named Parr and together they have a series of adventures underground, in the land of hobgoblins, goblins, ogres and fairies. Elizabeth is fearful at first, but her pluck and cleverness carry her through. Parr calls himself " the very stupidest of all the Hobgoblins", but he is dependable and brave. Together with their little friend, the Slightest Noise, they overcome all obstacles.Purchase on Amazon »
A is for Arnyx

A is for Arnyx: An Alphabet in Verse

"A is for Arnyx" is in the tradition of Lewis Carroll, Dr. Seuss and Edward Lear - verse for children that also appeals to adults. Children will enjoy the simple rhymes and the (sometimes silly) humor. They'll appreciate the fact that there is one verse (and one creature) for each letter of the alphabet. Adults will enjoy the more subtle forms of humor ("ratatattat" the sound a machine gun makes becomes a rat-like creature with two heads) and appreciate the use of a wide variety of verse forms. Both children and adults will appreciate the vividly imagined illustrations by Llano Blue - creatures conjured up from the merest hints of description in the verse. Purchase on Amazon »

Some Day

Some Day,the third book in the Ten Poems for Under a Buck Series., is a small book of ten poems. Each poem is about a different aspect of love. These poems are meant to be recited and sung as well as read. The author, Guy Conner, believes that this kind of poetry is best way to tell the truth about the human condition. Try Some Day, or one of the other books in the series; you'll see what he means.
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Hiding

Hiding is a small book of ten poems. Each poem is about a different aspect of family/growing up. Althoiugh the poems reporesent the author's expoeriences, if you read them aloud (the author's recommended way to approach a poem) you will begin to discover connections to your own family experiences.
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Dying Runs in My Family

“Dying Runs in My Family” is a small book of ten poems. Each poem addresses, in some way, the theme of death. You can read these poems aloud, and enjoy their particular music, or you can contemplate them in silence. Either way, it’ll cost you less than a buck.
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Afterglow

"Pain leads to art; happiness leads to a good night's sleep." Guy Conner

Afterglow is a small book of ten poems; each poem is about a different aspect of personal relationships. You can read these poems aloud, and enjoy their particular music, or you can contemplate them in silence, and think about your own relationships. Either way, it'll cost you less than a buck...
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