Molly Green Likes Worms
In this cleverly written and illustrated children’s book, we are introduced to Molly Green. Molly loves to work with her Nana in the garden where she learns all about worms. She learns that they are good for the garden, that if they are found on the sidewalk, they should be picked up gently and put back on the grass, and that even their poop is cool. Doss Margiotta, a retired teacher, is enthusiastic about teaching kids about the world in which we live, and that many things that we might think are “yuk” (like worms) are actually very good for the earth.
MOLLY GREEN LIKES WORMS - 11 x 8.5, 40 pages,
Written by Fr. Ralph Wright, a monk in St. Louis, Missouri, Wild... is a whimsical ABC book for children of all ages. Wild... encompasses the joy and surprise of childhood blended with the wit, wisdom and the touch of cynicism of the person who has long trod the planet and known its ways. It is both satire and innocence, beauty and ugliness, horror and delight. It is Grimm’s Fairy Tales and the Wild Life Encyclopedia. In the Wild... alphabet, you will find Antelope through Zygote and just when you think you are finished, you will find more Wild... with Puffins and Rhinos, Camels and Boas...and more. Readers will especially love this book if they enjoy poking fun at the strange ways of the creatures on our planet, beginning of course, always with themselves.
WILD... - 11 x 8.5, 72 pages, Father Ralph Wright
They Also Serve...
Global Religion brings humor smack back into the center of sport in They Also Serve...Tennis – A Global Religion. The sport “pie” that goes back way beyond Homer, has many ingredients. Fun, recreation, competition, entertainment, exercise, teamwork – all play various roles in various games. Recently, work, money and politics have taken some sports by storm. By bringing clerical figures – Cardinals, Popes, Imams, Rabbis and Abbesses – into the tennis court, their “decorum” is shattered and a low key chuckle emerges. The author, Fr. Ralph Wright, is also the illustrator and readers will find his drawings to be clever and whimsical. With his entertaining and refreshing limericks, Fr. Ralph hopes that sportsmanship can trickle down into world religion.
THEY ALSO SERVE: TENNIS, A GLOBAL RELIGION - 11 x 8.5, 64 pages, Father Ralph Wright