Tribal BigfootFurther research into Middle America bigfoot sightings indicates a strong connection between bigfoot and Native Americans, and witness descriptions show a strong human likeness. The latest research from the author of the groundbreaking The Hoopa Project: Bigfoot Encounters in California named 2008 Bigfoot Book of the Year by Cryptomundo.com. Dave Paulides brings his law-enforcement investigative and analytical skills to an expanded area of research: the counties in Northern California that have reported the greatest numbers of bigfoot occurrences, and beyond to Minnesota and Oklahoma. Gaining access to many people who have never discussed their bigfoot experiences publicly before ...
In the new action thriller Bigfoot, a tiny woman moves with her black Labrador into an isolated wilderness cabin in Montana. Bigfoot begins haunting the widow, and then kidnaps her. Zoe Zahn uses a mind-connection to communicate with the stinking beast, making him take her home. Her amazing adventures with Bigfoot, and with the handsome forest ranger who tries to help her, will keep you on the edge of your seat. With humor, perseverance, and remarkable courage, Zoe finds her way into Bigfoot's heart, and yours! Nan McKenzie is spinning new romantic adventures. She is a Montana real estate broker/teacher and works on home renovations. She lives in Northwest Montana and has a few Bigfoot stories of her own to tell. Publisher's website: http://sbpra.com/NanMcKenzie
Bigfoot presents a wry take on short-lived YouTube notorietyJimmy is a teenager in a crummy little town. He's got a lousy best friend, Simon; a porn habit; and an uncle whose miserable existence is the embodiment of life stalled in its tracks. He's also got a tender soul, a pure-hearted crush, and the makings of a budding artist. A horrible YouTube video of Jimmy dancing in his living room becomes viral, courtesy of Simon, and makes every sweet and hopeful thing about Jimmy seem utterly pathetic. Everyone from fellow classmates to the clerk at the corner store has seen the video, and Jimmy finds himself a celebrity in his town, just for the wrong reason. Unfortunately, the YouTube antics do not stop there. As in his debut graphic novella, Nicolas, Pascal Girard showcases a spare, deceptively simple style that is wonderfully expressive with pitch-perfect dialogue. Girard utilizes a drawn line full of tentative, exploratory, and intuitive emotion, a line as sure of the treasure it carries as is the book's quiet hero.
A classic tale with a timeless message gets a hugely hilarious twist.He’s big. He’s funny. He’s not real. Or IS he? This clever twist on “The Boy Who Cried Wolf” is told from the point of view of an unexpected narrator and, through snappy text and lighthearted illustrations, demonstrates the value of telling the truth, the importance of establishing trust, and (of course!) the possibility that a beast you created to get attention can become a real-life friend.