PRLog - Sep. 11, 2012 - BEAVERTON, Ore. -- Beaverton and Aloha Oregon………..Jan’
Children’s author Baer Charlton is the author of The Very Littlest Dragon. For more information, visit his website http://theverylittlestdragon.com/
Summary The Very Littlest Dragon: Being the smallest dragon in the framing shop, makes Tink a little self-conscious. Okay – a LOT self-conscious. He thinks dragons should be tall, majestic and colored in bold beautiful colors. And Tink, is none of these things.
His brother Boomer can fly at supersonic speeds. Tink on the other hand, is the quintessential third hand for help or small jobs. So why would anyone suspect that Tink was about to have an extraordinary adventure?
But as summer is coming and the one hundred years and three days is coming to a close, Tink is in for the greatest surprise of his life. In a wildly imaginative and fully realized coming of age story of camaraderie and acceptance, The Very Littlest Dragon reminds us that sometimes that which is perceived as our greatest handicap can become out greatest strength.
Fantasy author Bryan Lee Gregory is the author of Lord of the City. For more information, visit his website http://bryanleegregory.com/
Summary Lord of the City: Scribe Kenton lives in the last human refuge, known to its inhabitants only as the City. All he has ever known is the omnipresent threat of the Bladesmen, the eternal foes who trapped the few remaining humans over a century ago.
Now the City is running out of the only resource that can keep its enemies at bay. Kenton is sent out into the world with the City's most valiant defenders on a revolutionary aircraft on a desperate mission to find a weakness in the Bladesmen's defenses. Soon he discovers that it is only a matter of time until the City falls forever. Only the human mission on board the zeppelin Lord of the City can hope to find a way to save the last remnants of humanity before their time runs out.
Refreshments will be available as well as a free gift to all those who purchase one or more of the featured authors’ books. The community is invited to join us for an afternoon of fun.
Jan’s Paperbacks is an independently owned bookstore specializing in selling and trading paperback books in-store as well as selling new and eBooks through their online store www.JansPaperbacks.com. The store has been a staple in the Aloha community for 30 years.
Visit Jan’s Paperbacks at 18095 SW T.V. Hwy, Aloha, call 503-649-3444, or go online at http://www.janspaperbacks.com.