|Release Date||: 2013|
|Pages||: 123 pages|
|Rating||: 4/5 from 21 reviews|
Description: Tin with images of King George V, Lord Kitchener, and Sir French.
by Milo Manara
How would you like to become invisible so you can do with women whatever you like? Especially in public! Imagine a gorgeous Manara girl writhing in ecstasy because of the dirty tricks you're performing on her... in a high class restaurant! And that's only the beginning.GET BOOK!
by Amanda Flower
A slice of intrigue. . . Mother’s Day is a sweet and busy time at the candy shop Bailey King runs with her Amish grandmother. This year is extra special, because Bailey’s parents are visiting Harvest, Ohio. Bailey’s father has rarely returned since leaving the Amish faith over thirty years ago, but Bailey is confident that the right treats can help sugarcoat any awkwardness. For Mother’s Day Tea at the local church, she’s whipping up her mom’GET BOOK!
by Lesley Ireland
Butterscotch and Marmalade are two little girls like any other; they love mouse eyes for breakfast, frogs, and sending plagues of hairnets to attack unsuspecting peasants. Oh, and they live with a witch on the edge of a magical forest called Piddly Woods. Follow the girls as they embark on their first adventure into a world of magic, singing fig rolls and short-sighted fairies to find the very last dragon alive before Prince Malcolm makes sandwiches out of it. “AbsolutelyGET BOOK!
by Susan Buffum
A collection of 10 stories in which the main character or characters face challenges and then struggle to overcome them. A new author deals with having to leave her husband and children behind as she embarks on her first publicity tour. The wife of a police officers worries about her husband on the day of his best friend's funeral. A truck driver finds a child on the side of the road one night and makes a decision that will change bothGET BOOK!
by Nona Damiano
The very old man and his very old wife have never had a pet. The very old man does not like pets. He does not like dogs. He very definitely does not like cats. He says he will never have a pet. No way. Never, never, never. Then a lovable stray cat shows up. Oh my. What will they do? Will they rescue the adorable butterscotch cat? Will the old man ever, ever, ever have a pet? Get your copyGET BOOK!
by Dawn M. Nevills
Poems from Butterscotch Cottage is the author's second poetry collection. It is about love and creativity after loss, and is meant to mold and mend. Its ultimate goal is renewal and rebirth, and finding all the parts of ourselves which blend to create possibility. Here, the author celebrates - both visually, and verbally - the simplest, and the more complex of passions which continue to sculpt her own life, and invites the reader to discover their own, with joy andGET BOOK!
by Carla Hall,Genevieve Ko
Collects one hundred twenty-five recipes that adapt favorite comfort foods for overall taste enhancement, including spicy carrot ginger soup, chicken pot pie and five-flavor pound cake.GET BOOK!
by Ricky Garni
A year that begins in November and ends with October. Although you cannot meditate on fun, this book is clearly about that, I mean, the first poem even says so right there. But who cares about fun? Well, we all do. OK. But as with all recipes, one must add one and a half cups of grief, a pinch of Howdy-Do and a tablespoon of What Gives? and you have got yourself some good ol' time Butterscotch, and thus youGET BOOK!
by Bill Fix
Butterscotch played close to his master, then suddenly he changed his focus and gazed at a rabbit in the garden. My golden colored dog glanced away. Then he glanced back at his master. Finally, the rabbit stole all of his attention and he forgot his master. He took off, as fast as his little legs would take him, in a senseless chase. He found that rabbit trails lead to thorns, thistles, and thickets. The Butterscotch Story reveals the benefits andGET BOOK!
by Cari Lyn
With dreams as the canvas and the imagination as the brush, there are no limits to where a child's mind will take them. This vividly illustrated dream-time adventure is a wonderful way to help children settle down to sleep. The richly imaginative story will take you up to the starry night sky, down into moonlit gardens, and all the way to the deepest depths of the sea.GET BOOK!
by Norman Prady
Bob Cunningham was on a steady and sure career path from a reporter's desk to the editor and publisher's office of his newspaper - until new reporter Madison Palmer showed up in blue jeans tight enough to take blood pressure readings. Bob and his wife, Dorothy, were settling in comfortably to their marriage - until Dorothy began making plans for an expanded family and Madison began making plans for Bob. Then, caught in the whirling worlds of politics and powerGET BOOK!
by Milo Manara,Diana Schutz
Milo Manara's internationally acclaimed erotic work concludes on a high note, with this deluxe, archival volume featuring one of his best-loved stories, Butterscotch! A physicist discovers a way to become invisible, but a curious ballerina easily tracks him by the smell of butterscotch! This volume also includes Candid Camera, Gulliveriana, Three Girls on the Internet, and more, all newly translated, as well as an essay by comics scholar Ben Saunders of the University of Oregon on the relationship between artGET BOOK!