.Illustrating "Fee" By Stephanie Hayner, 2013

.Illustrating “A Goat Named Joey” by Tom Nochera, 2018

.Illustrating "Corolla Bear's OBX Adventures" By JB Butcher, 2018

.Illustrating "In Chess & Life" By Shaun Tracey, 2018

.Illustrating "A Fish Out of Water" By Dennis & Kendall Dwyre, 2018

.Illustrating "Beavers" By Charles and Gwen Thomas, 2018

This months feature


Corolla Bear’s OBX Adventures: The Legend of Esteban El Grande

Written by J.B. Butcher

Illustrated by Zach Wideman

Corolla Bear's OBX Adventures: The Legend of Estaban El Grande is a tale of how the wild horses came to the Outer Banks, NC in the 1500s. The Legend of Estaban El Grande is the first of a two-part introduction into the Corolla Bear's OBX Adventures series. Get your limited first edition brand new, and be a part of history!

For more information and to purchase your copy - Click HERE! Also, check out Corolla Bear on Facebook!

Do Flys Do Loops or Rolls When They Land On The Ceiling?: Topics For Research $'s

Written by Walt Hayes

Illustrated by Zach Wideman

The Universe is an amazing place! Our world is full of wonders, especially for those who use imagination. The “THINKERS” (our book’s characters) are here to introduce children, as well as adults, ways to imagine what may be in our World, the vast Galaxy we inhabit, or our Universe. The “THINKERS” are illustrations of actual items that we see every day (see if you recognize them), positive examples of what we can see if we imagine /dream! They present situations for us to ponder and perhaps do actual research as to the possibilities! They represent challenges for answers to the questions they pose. Some of their questions are possible incentives for one to research the actual possibilities! Come join the RIDE and OPEN YOUR WORLD! If you would like to add your visions for the “THINKERS” to illustrate in our next volume “ Do Flies Take Off Backwards to Avoid Fly Swatters”, please send your ideas to:

For more information and to purchase your copy - Click HERE!

The Good-Bye List

Written by  Judith G Hunter 

Illustrated by Zach Wideman

The Good-Bye List is a story about a young girl finding a path to healing her broken heart through listening and talking. When seven-year-old Jill's father dies it brings on a flood of unexpected emotions (denial, anger, sorrow, & more). She slowly learns that communicating with others, including her Dad, aids her in healing. It is a heartfelt tale of loss and healing about a charming little girl, who takes action towards overcoming her tragic loss, with the help of her very wise teacher.

For more information and to purchase your copy - Click HERE!

Patty Peachious of Peanuckle 

Written by Patricia Kendalls 

Illustrated by Zach Wideman


"I will not eat peas! I hate peas!" Shocking. Impossible. Patty Peachious Peanuckle coulden't possibly hate peas, after all she is the daughter of the Mayor of no other place, but Paenuckle Town. Why everyone loves peas! Not Patty, she has a one way ticket out of town to Carrotville. 

For more information and to purchase your copy - Click HERE!

The Three Little Houses 

Written by Heidi Aigler 

Illustrated by Zach Wideman

The Three Little Houses tells the tale of one pig's perseverance despite the teasing of others. Written to encourage young readers to confidently be themselves, the pigs also demonstrate how to graciously win. Laugh along with these porcine characters as they learn how to accept themselves and others too. 

For more information and to purchase your copy - Click HERE!

Henry the Frog In A Vert Adventure, 2016 

Written by Jordan Bemis 

Illustrated by Zach Wideman

Henry is tired of being small, he never gets to do the fun things that the big frogs do...until one day with the help of a vert named Itch he is able to become the hero of Frogton.

For more information, and to purchase your copy - check back soon for purchase options!

The Mist Twins Go To Camp, 2016

Written by Lauren Nelson 

Illustrated by Zach Wideman

Is it possible that your bad day is actually a good day? What if you learned a secret that could turn any bad day into a good day! Mr. and Mrs. Mist have identical twin daughters. But even though they look the same, they are also very different. Follow Opti and Pessi as they experience their day in different ways. See if you can discover the secret to finding your smile.

For more information, and to purchase your copy - click HERE!

Barney The Lighthouse, 2016

Written by Heidi Aigler 

Illustrated by Zach Wideman

Barney is a tall lighthouse who lives on an island. He has a very important job. He also has many friends and visitors, including a seagull. Can you find the seagull on each page? Find out what happens when a scary storm breaks Barney's light! Who will help him? Barney the Lighthouse is a fun and gentle tale for young readers. The book is lovingly modeled after the real Barnegat Lighthouse, standing tall on Long Beach Island, New Jersey."

For more information, and to purchase your copy, click HERE!

Three Guesses: A contemporary fairy tale about a loving stepmother, 2016

Written by Lisa Browning 

Illustrated by Zach Wideman

So long Wicked Stepmother! In this contemporary fairy tale, two young children learn that their father's impending marriage is nothing to fear. Although familiar fairy tales of wicked stepmothers scare them into running away, a surprising event convinces them that the common myth is mistaken. 

For more information, and to purchase your copy - check back soon!

"A Little Girl's Dream Come True: The Lantern Festival", 2015

Written by Tia Munkhamxang 

Illustrated by Zach Wideman

An exciting story about a little girl going on her first Lantern Festival.  Zach Wideman's beautiful illustrations add to the journey and will bring the fun and joy of this special festival of lights. "Never forget that you are never too young to go on an adventure." 

Check back for purchase options & more information!

"Adventures of a Bowling Shoe", 2015

Written by Tom Rozek

Illustrated by Zach Wideman

You think you're having a rough day?

Try being a rental bowling New Jersey! 

Meet Jim. He began life as the skin of a cow. Jim had no idea that one day, he'd end up as a left-foot rental bowling shoe in Bayonne, New Jersey.  Working at 12 Strikes Bowling World, he has to put up with long hours, sweaty-footed customers, splinters on the floor, the incompetent brothers who run the alley, and arrogant coworkers. But not everyone is rude to Jim. In fact, the many cockroaches that live in the alley are quite friendly, And then there's Sally, a piece of leather Jim met in his youth whom he dreams of finding one day. But to do that, he'll need to escape 12 Strikes Bowling World—a tall order for a short shoe. Adventures of a Bowling Shoe comes with 33 illustrations that bring the disgusting horribleness of the bowling alley to life! Great for the whole family. (Maybe not.)

Click HERE for purchase options and make sure to visit for more information and updates!

"Pokey Pop Pop & Max", 2015

Written by Daniel Birch 

Illustrated by Zach Wideman

Follow Pop Pop and Max as they go through the day from one activity to the next.  Children will love being part of the story by shouting out Max’s phrase “Come on Pokey Pop Pop” and parents will enjoy responding with “I’ll be right out Max” every time Pop Pop is being pokey. 

It’s a fun story to share with your children and grandchildren while portraying family togetherness.

For more information, and to purchase your copy, click HERE!

"Lesky Lee, Monster of Monsters", 2015

Written by Matt Bergin

Illustrated by Zach Wideman

Bedtime has gone bad for LESKY LEE. Monsters are turning her dreams into nightmares. There's only one way to take bedtime back -- become the MONSTER of MONSTERS! The creative team behind "Blank Slater, The Boy With The Dry-Erase Face" introduces a new face of fear to the land of creeps and weirdos. Monsters beware...because Lesky Lee needs a nap!

To purchase, contact : Matt Bergin, Also available as an ebook via the Amazon Kindle Store.

"Blank Slater, The Boy With the Dry-Erase Face", 2013

Written by Matt Bergin

Illustrated by Zach Wideman

The story of Blank Slater is a journey of emotional connectivity and creative expression written for young readers, early listeners, and the parents and teachers of both. This full-color picture book takes a simple approach to exploring common but complicated ideas like emotional confusion, the quest for tolerance and acceptance in a sometimes cruel world, and the importance of working through it all to persevere. With built-in activity pages, readers can explore these themes further when the story is over.

To purchase, contact : Matt Bergin, Also available as an ebook via the Amazon Kindle Store.

Visit for more info!