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Books with author Don Whittington

  • The Moon, Mars, and Beyond

    Mark Whittington

    The Last Moonwalker โ€“ In the near future, as human explorers prepare to take the first voyage to the Moon in decades, Charles Gerald, the last Apollo Moonwalker, lends his advice to the crew of the expedition as he wrestles with his own legacy.The Man from Mars: The Asteroid Mining Caper - Colin Fraser was the first man to walk on Mars as commander of the Ares. But little did he know that his greatest adventure would take place after he returned to Earth from the Red Planet. With further voyages of interplanetary exploration curtailed due to budget cuts, Fraser joined a private company that proposed to capture an asteroid and mine it for its almost limitless wealth. The only catch was that he would have to commit the first act of space piracy in history by stealing his old ship and using it to divert the asteroid named Daedalus. Stealing the ship, diverting the asteroid, and avoiding federal prison or destruction will be the least of Fraserโ€™s worries, however.
  • Werewolf Tonight

    Don Whittington

    Paperback (Camelot, June 1, 1995)
    A new horror trilogy opens with the tale of two friends, Brock, the new kid, and Winston, who discover that they are mysteriously linked by a connection that ultimately leads them into battle against a wily werewolf. Original.
  • Freak Show

    Don Whittington

    Paperback (HarperCollins, July 1, 1996)
    While everyone in town excitedly prepares to enjoy the recently arrived carnival show, Winston and Brock sense danger and believe that the emergence of a rampaging monster is linked to the carnival. Original.
  • Vampire Mom

    Don Whittington

    Paperback (HarperCollins, Aug. 1, 1995)
    Winston is horrified when a mysterious necklace transforms his cookie-baking mother into a strange creature straight out of a monster movie, and when she is attacked by a neck-biting demon, Winston decides to save her. Original.
  • Zombie Queen

    Don Whittington

    Paperback (HarperCollins, April 1, 1996)
    With their hometown beleaguered by murderous zombies, Winston Poe and his friend Brock travel through time to war-ridden 1812 New Orleans, where they confront the legendary Marie LeVeaux, Queen of the Witches, and her parade of zombies. Original.
  • Ghost Ship

    Don Whittington

    Paperback (Camelot, Oct. 1, 1996)
    Winston and Brock encounter a supernatural schooner commanded by the Flying Dutchman and his crew, and they set sail with the Dutch Captain en route to the Bermuda Triangle to do battle against the ancient ones. Original.
  • Spookhouse

    Don Whittington

    Paperback (HarperCollins, Oct. 1, 1995)
    Believing he is prepared for anything after a series of successes with other spooky entities, Winston and his friend enter a crumbling mansion that is supposedly haunted and are immediately attacked by the house's late resident. Original.
  • Vampire Mom

    Don Whittington

    Audio Cassette (Parrot Audio Books, Oct. 1, 1995)
    Book by Whittington, Don
  • Spook House

    Don Whittington

    Audio Cassette (Parrot Audio Books, Oct. 1, 1995)
    The crumbling old mansion on top of the hill stood like a huge vine-covered monster. But after dealing with werewolves and vampires, Winston can't be afraid to stay overnight, can he? Winston and Broccoli find themselves in the midst of their scariest adventure yet. Will they prevail? 2 cassettes.
  • Amanda Miranda and the Bionic Worms

    Jen Whittington

    Amanda Miranda is a children's eco warrior. With her friendly Pukeko sidekick, she attempts to save the planet from the bad guys. Fast moving and fun, this short rhyming tale highlights the world's recycling problems.
  • Jack The Brave

    Brian Whittington

    language (, Nov. 2, 2018)
    Jack as been looking forward to his day of adventure for a long time. Yet, every time he begins an adventure, something stops him...FEAR. Jack is helpless against this fear and his day of adventure looks all but lost until the King appears. The King knows what Jack is experiencing and has a cure. The King is willing and able to give the gift only he can give. Will Jack trust in the Kings gift to overcome his fear? Jack the Brave is a fun and exciting story to help parents talk to their children about fear and anxiety. This story uses faith based principles to help children place their trust in something and on someone as their means of overcoming fear and anxiety. Jack's adventures can be a spring board into discussions around sharing the good gift we have been given to others in need.Ideal for children ranging from Pre-school through grade school.
  • Oswald, the silly goose

    K. R Whittington

    Hardcover (Bradbury Press, March 15, 1974)
    The fact that Oswald's various escapades don't always have the desired result doesn't seem to bother him much.