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The Gift of the Magic -and other enchanting character-building stories for smart teenage girls who want to grow up to be strong women. Richard Showstack, (2004) 1-888725-64-8 5½ X8¼, 145 pp, $14.95  MacroPrintBooks™ edition ISBN 1-888725-65-8¼X6½, 16 pt, 280 pp, $24.95
• 145 pp, $14.95  MacroPrintBooks™ edition ISBN 1-888725-67, 8¼X6½, 16 pt, 280 pp, $24.95
HOW TO TRAVEL—A Guidebook for Persons with a Disability – Fred Rosen (1997) ISBN 1-888725-05-2, 5½ X 8¼, 120 pp, $9.95 18-point large print edition (1998) ISBN 1-888725-17-6 7X8, 120 pp, $19.95
HOW TO TRAVEL in Canada—A Guidebook for A Visitor with a Disability – Fred Rosen (2000) ISBN 1-888725-26-5, 5½X8¼, 180 pp, $14.95  MacroPrintBooks™ edition (2001) ISBN 1-888725-30-3 7X8, 16 pt, 200 pp, $19.95
AVOIDING Attendants from HELL: A Practical Guide to Finding, Hiring & Keeping Personal Care Attendants  2nd Edn—June Price, (2002), accessible plastic spiral bind, ISBN 1-888725-72-9  8¼X10½, 125 pp, $16.95,  School/library edition (2002)   ISBN 1-888725-60-5, 8¼X6½, 200 pp, $18.95
The Bridge Never Crossed—A Survivor's Search for Meaning. Captain George A. Burk (1999) The inspiring story of George Burk, lone survivor of a military plane crash, who overcame extensive burn injuries to earn a presidential award and become a  highly successful motivational speaker.   ISBN 1-888725-16-8, 5½X8¼, 170 pp, illustrated. $16.95  MacroPrintBooks™ Edition (1999) ISBN 1-888725-28-1 $24.95
Value Centered Leadership—A Survivor's Strategy for Personal and Professional Growth—Captain George A. Burk (2004)  Principles of Leadership & Total Quality Management applied to all aspects of living. ISBN 1-888725-59-1, 5½X8¼, 120 pp, $16.95
Paul the Peddler or The Fortunes of a Young Street Merchant—Horatio Alger, jr  A Classic reprinted in accessible large type, (1998 MacroPrintBooks™ reprint in 24-point type) ISBN 1-888725-02-8, 8¼X10½, 276 pp,  $16.95
The Wisdom of Father Brown—G.K. Chesterton  (2000) A Classic collection of detective stories reprinted in accessible  22-point type ISBN 1-888725-27-3 8¼X10½, 276 pp, $18.95
24-point Gospel—The Big News for Today – The Gospel according to Matthew, Mark, Luke & John (KJV) in 24-point type is about 1/3 inch high. Now, people with visual disabilities like macular degeneration can still use this important reference. “Giant print” books are usually 18 pt. or less  ISBN 1-888725-11-7, 8¼X10½, 512 pp,  $24.95
Buttered Side Down—Short Stories by Edna Ferber (BeachHouse Books reprint 2000)  A classic collection of stories by the beloved author of Showboat, Giant, and Cimarron.  ISBN 1-888725-43-5, 5½X8¼, 190 pp, $12.95   MacroPrintBooks™ Edition  (2000) ISBN  1-888725-40-0 7X8¼,16 pt, 240 pp $18.95
The Four Million: The Gift of the Magi & other favorites. Life in  New York City around 1900—O. Henry. MacroPrintBooks™ reprint  (2001) ISBN 1-888725-41-9  7X8¼, 16 pt, 270 pp $18.95; ISBN 1-888725-03-6, 8¼X10½, 22 pt,  300pp, $22.95
Bar-20: Hopalong Cassidy's Rustler Roundup— Clarence Mulford (reprint 2000). Classical Western Tale. Not the TV version. ISBN 1-888725-34-6  5½X8¼, 223 pp, $12.95  MacroPrintBooks™ edition ISBN 1-888725-42-7, 8¼X6½, 16 pt, 385pp, $18.95
Nursing Home – Ira Eaton, PhD, (1997)  You will be moved and disturbed by this novel.  ISBN 1-888725-01-X, 5½X8¼, 300 pp, $12.95 MacroPrintBooks™ edition (1999) ISBN 1-888725-23-0,8¼X10½, 16 pt, 330 pp, $18.95
Perfect Love-A Novel by Mary Harvatich (2000)  Love born in an orphanage endures ISBN 1-888725-29-X 5½X8¼,  200 pp,  $12.95  MacroPrintBooks™ edition (2000) ISBN 1-888725-15-X, 8¼X10½, 16 pt, 200 pp, $18.95
The Essential Simply Speaking Gold – Susan Fulton, (1998) How to use IBM's popular speech recognition package for dictation rather than keyboarding. Dozens of screen shots and illustrations. ISBN 1-888725-08-7  8¼ X8, 124 pp, $18.95
Begin Dictation Using ViaVoice Gold -2nd Edition– Susan Fulton, (1999), Covers ViaVoice 98 and other versions of IBM's popular continuous speech recognition package for dictation rather than keyboarding. Over a hundred screen shots and illustrations.  ISBN 1-888725-22-2, 8¼X8, 260 pp, $28.95
Ropes and Saddles—Andy Polson (2001) Cowboy (and other) poems by Andy Polson. Reminiscences of the Wyoming poet.  ISBN 1-888725-39-7, 5½ X 8¼, 100 pp, $9.95
Tales from the Woods of Wisdom—(book I)— Richard Tichenor (2000)  In a spirit someplace between The Wizard of Oz and The Celestine Prophecy, this is more than a childrens' fable of life in the deep woods. ISBN 1-888725-37-0, 5½X8¼, 185 pp, $16.95  MacroPrintBooks™ edition (2001) ISBN 1-888725-50-8  6X8¼, 16 pt, 270 pp $24.95
Me and My Shadows—Shadow Puppet Fun for Kids of All Ages—Elizabeth Adams, Revised Edition by Dr. Bud Banis (2000)  A thoroughly illustrated guide to the art of shadow puppet entertainment using tools that are always at hand wherever you go. A perfect gift for children and adults.  ISBN  1-888725-44-3, 7X8¼, 67 pp, 12.95  MacroPrintBooks™ edition (2002) ISBN 1-888725-78-8  8½X11 lay-flat spiral, 18 pt, 67 pp, $16.95
Eudora Light™ v 3.0 Manual (Qualcomm 1996) ISBN 1-888725-20-6½,  extensively illustrated. 135 pp, 5½ X 8¼, $9.95
MamaSquad! (2001) Hilarious novel by Clarence Wall about what happens when a group of women from a retirement home get tangled up in Army Special Forces. ISBN 1-888725-13-3  5½ X8¼, 200 pp, $14.95  MacroPrintBooks™ edition (2001) ISBN 1-888725-14-1  8¼X6½ 16 pt, 300 pp, $24.95
Virginia Mayo—The Best Years of My Life (2002)  Autobiography of film star Virginia Mayo as told to LC Van Savage. From her early days in Vaudeville and the Muny in St Louis to the dozens of hit motion pictures, with dozens of photographs.  ISBN 1-888725-53-2, 5½ X 8¼, 200 pp, $16.95
The Job—Eric Whitfield (2001) A story of self-discovery in the context of  the death of a grandfather.. A book to read and share in times of change and Grieving. ISBN 1-888725-68-0,  5½ X 8¼, 100 pp, $12.95 MacroPrintBooks™ edition (2001) ISBN 1-888725-69-9,  8¼X6½, 18 pt, 150 pp, $18.95
Plague Legends: from the Miasmas of Hippocrates to the Microbes of Pasteur-Socrates Litsios D.Sc. (2001) Medical progress from early history through the 19th Century in understanding origins and spread of contagious disease. A thorough but readable and enlightening history of medicine. Illustrated, Bibliography, Index  ISBN 1-888725-33-8, 6¼X8¼, 250pp, $24.95
The Cut—John Evans (2003).  Football, Mystery and Mayhem in a highschool setting by John Evans  ISBN: 1-888725-82-6  5½ X 8¼, 100 pp   $14.95  MacroPrintBooks™ edition (2003)  16 pt. ISBN: 1-888725-83-4 $24.95
Sexually Transmitted Diseases—Symptoms, Diagnosis, Treatment, Prevention-2nd Edition – NIAID Staff, Assembled and Edited by R.J.Banis, PhD, (2006) . Illustrated with more than 70 diagrams and photographs of lesions, ISBN 1-888725-58-3, 8¼X6½,  290 pp, $18.95
The Stress Myth -Serge Doublet, PhD (2000) A thorough examination of the concept that 'stress' is the source of unexplained afflictions. Debunking mysticism, psychologist Serge Doublet reviews the history of other concepts such as 'demons', 'humors', 'hysteria'  and 'neurasthenia' that had been placed in this role in the past, and provides an alternative approach for more success in coping with life's challenges. ISBN 1-888725-36-2,  5½X8¼, 280 pp, $24.95
Behind the Desk Workout – Joan Guccione, OTR/C, CHT (1997) ISBN 1-888725-00-1,  Reduce risk of injury by exercising regularly at your desk. Over 200 photos and illustrations. (lay-flat spiral) 8¼X10½, 120 pp, $34.95 Paperback edition, (2000) ISBN 1-888725-25-7 $24.95
Copyright Issues for Librarians, Teachers & Authors–R.J. Banis, PhD, (Ed). 2nd Edn  (2001)  Protecting your rights, respecting others'. Information condensed from the Library of Congress, copyright registration forms. ISBN 1-888725-62-1, 5¼X8¼, 60 pp, booklet. $4.95
Rhythm of the Sea —Shari Cohen (2001). Delightful collection of heartwarming stories of life relationships set in the context of oceans and lakes. Shari Cohen is a popular author of Womens' magazine articles and contributor to the Chicken Soup for the Soul series.  ISBN 1-888725-55-9, 8X6.5 150 pp, $14.95 MacroPrintBooks™ edition (2001) ISBN 1-888725-63-X,  8¼X6½, 16 pt, 250 pp, $24.95
To Norma Jeane With Love, Jimmie -Jim Dougherty as told to LC Van Savage (2001) ISBN 1-888725-51-6  The sensitive and touching story of Jim Dougherty's teenage bride who later became Marilyn Monroe.  Dozens of photographs. “The Marilyn Monroe book of the year!” As seen on TV. 5½X8¼, 200 pp, $16.95  MacroPrintBooks™ edition  ISBN 1-888725-52-4,  8¼X6½, 16 pt, 290pp, $24.95
Riverdale Chronicles—Charles F. Rechlin (2003). Life, living and character studies in the setting of the Riverdale Golf Club by Charles F. Rechlin 5½ X 8¼, 100 pp  ISBN: 1-888725-84-2  $14.95  MacroPrintBooks™ edition (2003)  16 pt. 8¼X6½, 16 pt, 350 pp ISBN: 1-888725-85-0  $24.95
Bloodville — Don Bullis (2002) Fictional adaptation of the Budville, NM murders by New Mexico crime historian, Don Bullis.  5½ X 8¼, 350 pp ISBN: 1-888725-75-3  $14.95  MacroPrintBooks™ edition (2003)  16 pt.  8¼X11  460pp ISBN: 1-888725-76-1  $24.95
The Way It Was--  Nostalgic Tales of Hotrods and Romance Chuck Klein (2003) Series of hotrod stories by author of Circa 1957 in collaboration with noted illustrator Bill Lutz BeachHouse Books edition 5½ X 8¼, 200 pp ISBN: 1-888725-86-9  $14.95  MacroPrintBooks™ edition (2003)  16 pt. 8¼X6½,  350pp ISBN: 1-888725-87-7 $24.95
Republican or Democrat? (2005) Moses Sanchez, who describes himself as "a Black Hispanic" thinks for himself, questions the stereotypes, examines the facts and makes his own decision. Early Editions Books ISBN 1-888725-32-X  5½X8¼, 176pp pp, $14.95
50 Things You Didn't Learn in School–But Should Have: Little known facts that still affect our world today (2005) by John Naese, .   ISBN 1-888725-49-4, 5½X8¼, 200  pp, illustrated. $16.95
The Bridge Never Crossed—A Survivor's Search for Meaning. Captain George A. Burk (1999) The inspiring story of George Burk, lone survivor of a military plane crash, who overcame extensive burn injuries to earn a presidential award and become a  highly successful motivational speaker.   ISBN 1-888725-16-8, 5½X8¼, 170 pp, illustrated. $16.95  MacroPrintBooks™ Edition (1999) ISBN 1-888725-28-1 $24.95
Value Centered Leadership—A Survivor's Strategy for Personal and Professional Growth—Captain George A. Burk (2004)  Principles of Leadership & Total Quality Management applied to all aspects of living. ISBN 1-888725-59-1, 5½X8¼, 120 pp, $16.95
Route 66 books by Michael Lund
Growing Up on Route 66 —Michael Lund (2000) ISBN 1-888725-31-1 Novel evoking fond memories of what it was like to grow up alongside “America's Highway” in 20th Century Missouri. (Trade paperback) 5½ X8¼, 260 pp, $14.95  MacroPrintBooks™ edition (2001) ISBN 1-888725-45-1  8¼X6½, 16 pt, 330 pp, $24.95
Route 66 Kids —Michael Lund (2002) ISBN 1-888725-70-2 Sequel to Growing Up on Route 66, continuing memories of what it was like to grow up alongside “America's Highway” in 20th Century Missouri. (Trade paperback) 5½ X8¼, 270 pp, $14.95  MacroPrintBooks™ edition (2002) ISBN 1-888725-71-0  8¼X6½, 16 pt, 350 pp, $24.95
A Left-hander on Route 66--Michael Lund (2003) ISBN 1-888725-88-5.  Twenty years after the fact, left-hander Hugh Noone appeals a wrongful conviction that detoured him from “America's Main Street” and put him in jail.  But revealing the details of the past and effecting a resolution of his case mean a dramatic rearrangement of  his world, including  troubled relationships with three women: Linda Roy, Patty Simpson, and Karen Murphy. (Trade paperback) 5½ X8¼, 270 pp, $14.95  MacroPrintBooks™ edition (2002) ISBN 1-888725-89-3  8¼X6½, 16 pt, 350 pp, $24.95
Miss Route 66--Michael Lund (2004) ISBN 1-888725-96-6. In the fourth novel of Michael Lund's Route 66 Novel Series, Susan Bell tells the story of her candidacy in Fairfield, Missouri's annual beauty contest.  Now married and with teenage children in St. Louis, she recounts her youthful adventure in this small town along “America's Highway.”   At the same time, she plans a return to Fairfield in order to right injustices she feels were done to some young contestants in the Miss Route 66 Pageant.   Throughout this journey she wonders what, if anything, was feminine in the “Mother Road” of the 1950s.  (Trade paperback) 5½ X8¼, 260 pp, $14.95  MacroPrintBooks™ edition (2004) ISBN 1-888725-97-4  8¼X6½, 16 pt, 350 pp, $24.95
AudioBook on CD-- Miss Route 66  ISBN: 1-888725-12-5  by Michael Lund unabridged 5 CD's --7 Hours running time. $24.95
Route 66 Spring-- Michael Lund (2004) ISBN: 1-888725-98-2. The lives of four young Missourians are changed when a bottle comes to the surface of one of the state's many natural springs. Inside is a letter written by a girl a dozen years after the end of the Civil War. Lucy Rivers Johns ' epistle contains a sad story of family failure and a powerful plea for help. This message from the last century crystallizes the individual frustrations of Janet Masters, Freddy Sills, Louis Clark, and Roberta Green, another group of Route 66 kids. Their response to the past charts a bold path into the future, a path inspired by the Mother Road itself. (Trade paperback) 5½ X8¼, 270 pp, $14.95.  MacroPrintBooks™ edition (2002) ISBN 1-888725-99-0. 8¼X6½, 16 pt, 350 pp, $24.95.
Route 66 to Vietnam Michael Lund (2004) ISBN 1-59630-000-0 This novel takes characters from earlier works in the Route 66 Novel Series farther west than Los Angeles, official destination of the famous highway, Route 66. Mark Landon and Billy Rhodes find the values they grew up on challenged by America's role in Southeast Asia. But elements of their upbringing represented by the Mother Road also sustain them in ways they could never have anticipated. . (Trade paperback) 5½ X8¼, 270 pp, $14.95.  MacroPrintBooks™ edition (2004)  ISBN 1-59630-001-9. 8¼X6½, 16 pt, 350 pp, $24.95.
Journey to a Closed City with the International Executive Service Corps—Russell R. Miller (2004) ISBN 1-888725-94-X, Describes the adventures of a retired executive volunteering with the senior citizens' equivalent of the Peace Corp as he applies his professional skills in a former Iron Curtain city emerging into the dawn of a new economy.This book is essential reading for anyone approaching retirement who is interested in opportunities to exercise skills to "do good" during expense-paid travel to intriguing locations. Journey to A Closed City should also appeal to armchair travelers eager to explore far-off corners of the world in our rapidly-evolving global community. paperback, 5½X8¼,270pp,$16.95 MacroPrintBooks™ edition (2004) ISBN 1-888725-94-8,  8¼X6½, 18 pt, 150 pp, $24.95
 

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