Sherlock Holmes and Watson follow the twists and turns of this case that begins with a beleaguered art dealer and ends in the corrupt bowels of government.
It’s a tortuous path in so many devious and circuitous ways that proofreading can seem quite torturous in this Word Confusion from KD Did It.
Someone is kidnapping and murdering women, and Casey, Dalton, and Will must find out if it’s an outsider or if its games-playing by the Council that owns Rockton.
Visit this bazaar of the bizarre in this Word Confusion from KD Did It.
Murder stalks the guests at a luxurious Yorkshire time-share, and Duncan Kincaid can’t resist stirring the pot behind the local policemen’s backs.
Surrounded by greed and corruption, Ezekiel and Bellisia discover each other and that there’s no telling whom you can trust—or who will come out on top…
Head out forearmed and explore for the fours in this Word Confusions from KD Did It,
A counting book for children that plays off the creatures and objects found in Margaret Wise Brown’s Goodnight Moon.
A beloved classic of quiet poetry and gentle, lulling illustrations combine to make a perfect book to send little ones off to sleep.
Neomage Thorn St. Croix is feared yet fascinates the people of Mineral City, even as she realizes she must an imprisoned seraph desperately in need of her help.