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Now in Paperback: ‘Meddling Kids’ Isn’t About Who You Think

Now in Paperback: ‘Meddling Kids’ Isn’t About Who You Think

Mysteries. A masked villain. Overly-complicated traps. Two boys, two girls… and a dog. Sound familiar? Maybe not. Read More

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‘Lessons From an Imperfect World’ – A Book for the Bad Days

‘Lessons From an Imperfect World’ – A Book for the Bad Days

I know I’m far from the only one of us who had a bad 2016. Heck, I know I’m not the only GeekDad who had a bad 2016. I was looking for anything that would raise my spirits and show me that I wasn’t alone in my troubles. It was around this time that a client of mine introduced me to Harry Grether and his book ‘Lessons From an Imperfect World.’ Read More

Jiro Dreams of a Sushi Book

Jiro Dreams of a Sushi Book

Rebecca Angel’s teens took a sushi class and watched ‘Jiro Dreams of Sushi,’ an inspiring documentary about the most famous sushi restaurant in the world. Now Jiro has come out with a pocket-sized, simple beauty guide to his famous menu in ‘Sushi: Jiro Gastronomy.’ Read More

‘MJ-12: Inception’ — A Cold War With Different Super Powers

‘MJ-12: Inception’ — A Cold War With Different Super Powers

Michael J. Martinez won me over with his ‘Daedalus Trilogy’ that features sailing ships moving between the planets in an alternate universe that has collided with a slightly more familiar universe (where we’ve reached Mars) and the heroes who have discovered something evil that threatens both realities. Now, Martinez has a begun a new trilogy… Read More