New Release: Once Brothers

Amidst the Christmas craziness, I have been working away behind the scenes to bring you Once Brothers, a story about brotherhood and belonging. I just love all of the brothers in this book, especially little Sammy.

(Keep scrolling down for information on my latest classic book releases.)

I’ll start you off with a teaser:

There was an ache in Deke’s chest that had nothing to do with bruised ribs. He pressed his hand to his breastbone. Deke had once had brothers too. He remembered them walking him to school. It seemed like a long time ago. Another life. But now he had his gang brothers. Plenty of guys to watch his back. Or to fight with. They were just like brothers. There was no difference.

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Jacob, fifteen and a loner, never thought he’d get mixed up with a gang.

Deke, older now, had sought the gang out for protection when he had no family of his own to rely upon.

And Sammy, only ten, pressed into service as a gang courier, is terrified of where his job with the gang will lead.

Three boys, each brothers, their lives all converging. Can they survive within their gangs? Without them?

—An easy-to-read portrait of urban gang life and the tough and trying bonds between family, friends, and brothers in arms.

—Courage and strength tested to the core of life and death in this exhilarating story of three remarkable boys.

—Every single one of [P.D. Workman’s] books has spoken to me in ways no one or almost anything else has. And I have found strength in the books I’ve read.

—The way that P.D. Workman writes just flows amazingly and allows the reader to get really invested in a book.

Click to buy Once Brothers.

I have also been beavering away on classic book releases. Don’t miss these Workman Family Classics and Workman Classic Schoolbooks:

Workman Family Classics

I have brought together some great books for families to read together for Christmas!

A Christmas Carol, Special 24-day Advent Reader

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This edition of A Christmas Carol is perfect for families to read together, and has been specially formatted into 24 readings suitable for reading during December. experience one of the greatest Christmas stories of all time all over again!

kindle cover life of our lord2The Life of Our Lord

This story of the life of Christ is perfect for families to read together, and has been specially formatted into 24 short readings suitable for reading during December. Sit back and listen to the master storyteller Charles Dickens share the life of our Lord with his children.

advent reader kindleDickens Advent Reader

Two for one! Dickens’ widely beloved A Christmas Carol and his little-known The Life of Our Lord are brought together in this reader, specially formatted into 24 readings suitable for reading during December.

Workman Classic Schoolbooks

Do me a favor, and if you have friends who are homeschooling, send them these links!

Pageflex Persona [document: PRS0000026_00024]Dave Dashaway the Young Aviator

(middle-grade reader, grades 4-6)

Dave has run away from his miserly, abusive guardian with no money or possessions of his own—even his clothing has been stolen—but armed with his wits and a cheerful nature, he makes friends quickly and gets ever closer to his dream of flying an airship.

hydroplane kindle coverDave Dashaway and His Hydroplane

The irrepressible Dave Dashaway has returned for another adventure, along with faithful sidekick Hiram Dobbs. They are off on an aerohydroplane, over Lake Superior, on the track of smugglers over the Canadian border

More Dave Dashaway books on are their way!

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Flatland: A Romance of Many Dimensions

(Junior High/Middle School Level, grades 7+)

Flatland was first published in 1884 and is a unique combination of satirical comment on Victorian society and mathematical exploration of geometry and the first through fourth dimensions. Though not as well-known as Jonathan Swift’s satire, Gulliver’s Travels, it has been commented on by Einstein, Isaac Asimov, Carl Sagan, and Stephen Hawking, and has even been mentioned in the television series The Big Bang Theory.

A Square’s journey through Pointland, Flatland, and Spaceland will give you a unique perspective on English society in the 1800s that stands on its own merit today.

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