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stories that make you think,
stories that make you feel,
but above all else,
In this graphic novel, timid teen Victoria (Vicky) Bond survives middle school by keeping her head down and trying not to get noticed. Her quiet life changes forever when she is bound to an exuberant super heroine. They must learn to work together in time to save their small town from a twisted robot with unique motivations of its own.
(Ages 11 and up) A graphic novel by
(Ages 11 and up)
Aret's fairy tale life is twisted into a nightmare. His quest for vengeance puts everything and everyone he cares about in danger.
A children's picture book with charming illustrations by Charles Gratner
Princess Rhonda had everything a girl could want in her castle, but she was all alone. Will she ever find a friend?
Secular City Limits
"...a talented new voice in fiction... part speculative fiction, part social commentary."
Helena takes her son and a teenage friend across the new America to New Secular City, where they hope to find schools, good jobs, and tolerance, but it may not be what any of them expected.
Matthew also did an experiment in film-making in 2007's THE KING OF INDIANA