Jehovah Jireh - The Incredible Provider: A Superhero Graphic Novel

Jehovah Jireh – The Incredible Provider (Raleigh, NC: Dry Bones Publishing, 2024)

Jesus, your provider and help, as never seen before! A Superhero Graphic Novel for those who seek provision, protection, and purpose – who desire shelter and security, healing, health, and wholeness.

See how Jesus lifts us from pits of despair to places of blessings. Experience his joy and be set free to live his will to its fullest. Deepen your faith in the goodness of God. Expect your Lord to do the impossible. Read the words of Jesus and believe that he wants his best for you.

Is Jesus too good to be true? No! Though rich, he became poor, so that we might share in his treasures. If we humble ourselves before God and trust in his ways, words and will, we will see our Lord and King work in and through us to bless others.

Jesus grants second, third, and forever chances, so don’t lose heart. Jesus wants more for you than you can imagine. Believe his words and be encouraged.

“If you believe and do not doubt, you can say . . . and it will be done.” (Matthew 21:22)

“If you believe . . . you will receive whatever you ask for in prayer.” (Matthew 21:22)

“If you have faith as small as a seed, nothing will be impossible for you.” (Matthew 17:20-21)

“To those who ask, my Father in heaven desires to give you good gifts.” (Matthew 6:11)

“As you have believed, so it will be done for you.” (Matthew 8:13)

This is not the wealth and health prosperity gospel preached by some but the pure Good News Jesus gave to all. Abundance in Jesus is all that we need for each day. Provision in Jesus is contentment, joy, peace, work with purpose, and HIS presence in our lives.

Come. Taste and see that God is good.

The Jesus Messages in this book were first presented to the underserved in Moore Square Park, Raleigh, North Carolina. Proceeds from the sale of this book go to helping the underserved to enjoy the abundant life Jesus promised. Learn more about our ministry at Christ’s Church at Moore Square: mooresquarechurch.org.

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Down to Davy Jones

Down to Davy Jones (Raleigh, NC: Dry Bones Publishing, 2023)

Ricky Bradshaw, Down to Davy JonesOnce more, our reluctant hero Ricky Bradshaw faces a life-threatening event. His mom is sick. Like, really sick. Desperate to try anything to get a miracle, and having watch the movie Jesus Revolution with his Mom, Ricky agrees to be baptized in a creek by the Pirate Preacher. But things go from bad to worse to apocalyptic when Ricky doesn’t come up for air. In the next moment, he’s on a ship with Jonah the prophet, in the middle of a raging storm.

Sensing that the gods want someone to be sacrificed, the crew of barbaric men ― none of whom are fond of bathing ― casts lots to see who’s gonna be the unlucky chump that goes into the sea. Ricky’s all like, “Don’t pick me, don’t pick me!” but before he can show his stick, Jonah steps up like the whale of a guy that he is. Except, surprise surprise, fate has other plans. The Kraken, Down to Davy JonesBecause out of nowhere, this giant octopus grabs Ricky and drags him down, down, down into the abyss. For a few harrowing moments Ricky and Jonah share a really tiny space in the gut of the Kraken. Then Ricky gets vomited out.

When Ricky finally washes ashore, he realizes he’s in the underworld, where the crew of the Flying Dutchman sails around collecting souls of the dead. And wouldn’t you know it, they want Ricky’s soul most of all. Talk about a bad day. But even a bad day in the underworld can be a fun, adventurous sail, when there’s love and sacrifice, demon-pirates and scores to settle, hope for a miracle and the chance to meet the one who made the wind and sea.

Pirates from the Flying Dutchman, Down to Davy JonesDown To Davy Jones is a fictional retelling of past pirate escapades based on future events.

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The End of Calico Jack by Eddie Jones

The End of Calico Jack (Raleigh, NC: Dry Bones Publishing, September 9, 2019)

Gun battle, End of Calico Jack★ Selah Award Winner for YA Literature ★ – In this YA pirate tale, award-winning author Eddie Jones blends action, adventure, and humor into a fictional retelling of the exploits of pirates Calico Jack, Anne Bonny, and Mary Read.

Pirate Looks At Forty, The End of Calico Jack

While searching for rumored treasure in a cave on Coffin Cay, a small island off the southwestern tip of Haiti (Hispaniola), Ricky suffers an absence seizure. During his last trance-like episode, Ricky uncovered a treasure from the Nuestra Señora de Riqueza, a vessel in an armada of ships sailing the Spanish Main. Now back on Coffin Cay with his parents, Ricky hunts for the treasure he found in the cave over three hundred years earlier during his trip back to pirate land.

Ricky Bradshaw, the End of Calico Jack

The End of Calico Jack is a fictional retelling of the pirate escapades of Calico Jack, Anne Bonny, and Mary Read. The story is based on historical research of the life of “Calico Jack” John Rackham. In the telling of the story some liberties were taken, but many of the events reflect what historians believed happened to Jack, Mary, and Anne. Also, in real life those who suffer absence seizures may appear to be in a trance but cannot recall what happens during their episode. The book includes a PIRATE MAP of Calico Jack’s sailing routes and the ports he visited.

Parents can trust the Caribbean Chronicles Series. There is no sexual dialogue or situations, violence, or strong language, only a wee bit of humor. 🙂 We hope you enjoy these pirate books for young adults, teens, and older kids.

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Blackbeard the Pirate and Stede Bonnet's Fateful Clash

Blackbeard the Pirate and Stede Bonnet’s Fateful Clash (Raleigh: Dry Bones Publishing, December 1, 2020)

Pirates fighting, Blackbeard the Pirate and Stede Bonnet's Fateful ClashSelah Award Winner(Fiction based on real events!)

In the year 1717, Ricky embarks on an unexpected journey aboard a ship captained by Stede Bonnet, a wealthy sugar plantation owner who abandons his comfortable life to set sail as a pirate. As they chart a course toward the North American coast, Bonnet’s crew is put to the test when they encounter a heavily armed British warship. Soon, stealing, killing, and plundering their way becomes their grim routine on the path to the Carolinas.

Queen Anne's Revenge, Blackbeard the Pirate and Stede Bonnet's Fateful ClashOnly when Bonnet’s men come under the tutelage of Blackbeard do they truly learn what it means to be a pirate. Under his leadership, they endure the harsh realities of life at sea, pillaging ships, and facing the consequences of serving the most black-hearted pirate ever to sail.

While navigating the treacherous waters of the Caribbean and North Atlantic coast, the men face adversaries, mutinies, and ultimately end up marooned near “Top Sail” inlet, just off the coast of Beaufort, North Carolina.

Pirate crew, Blackbeard the Pirate and Stede Bonnet's Fateful ClashBlackbeard the Pirate and Stede Bonnet’s Fateful Clash blends adventure and historical accuracy with a dash of humor, giving readers a lively pirate yarn that will last for the ages.

This concludes the next chapter in a thrilling seafaring saga – stay tuned for more high seas, high jinks fun!

Parents can trust the Caribbean Chronicles Series. There is no sexual dialogue or situations, violence, or strong language, only a wee bit of humor. 🙂

 

 

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Dead Calm, Bone Dry by Eddie Jones

Dead Calm, Bone Dry (Dry Bones Publishing, 2017)

If you were forced to sail with pirates . . .
captured and tried for piracy . . .
and sentenced to swing . . . would you trade your body to the crew of the “Flying Dutchman” in order to save your soul? Ricky did. Some dead men DO tell tales. And there is stolen treasure in this pirate story.

★Directors’ Choice Award Winner Finalist ★

Last winter Ricky Bradshaw was another gangly freshman hoping to fit in — or at least not get picked on — and maybe catch the attention of Becky Nance, a girl in his biology class. Except sometimes Ricky “zones out” in class because he has absence seizures. If you’ve never heard of absence seizures, that’s okay. A lot of people haven’t. Ricky’s teachers are a lot of those people.

And that’s what happened to Ricky last Christmas Eve: he had an episode and ended up in pirate land. When Dead Calm, Bone Dry begins, Ricky is on his way to being tried for piracy. In the ship’s brig, he is about to learn that some things are worse than being unpopular in high school. MUCH worse. Like sailing to . . . Well, we best let Ricky tell the account. It is his story, after all.

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Dead Calm, Bone Dry by Eddie Jones

Curse of the Black Avenger (Dry Bones Publishing, 2014)

Captain LaFoote, Curse of the Black AvengerIf the sea spit you out, thrusting you back into the age of pirates, buried treasure and beauty beyond belief. . . would you stay? Ricky is about to learn that some dead men do tell tales—and of a terrifying sort.

★ Moonbeam Book Award Winner — Selah Award Winner ★

Ricky, Curse of the Black AvengerRICKY BRADSHAW has never sailed the Spanish Main, searched for buried treasure, or battled pirates on the deck of a Spanish Galleon. He’s never fallen through the floor of Davy Jones’ locker, skippered a pirate vessel, or saved the life of a governor’s daughter.

But all that changes on a snowy Christmas Eve when Ricky falls into the chilly waters of a creek across from his apartment while trying to rescue BARNACLE, a mangy mutt with shrimp breath.

Ricky-and-Rebecca, Curse of the Black Avenger

Now Ricky finds himself on a raft in the middle of the Caribbean Sea where there is surprising beauty on every island, danger around every corner, and great honor and glory for all who can survive the curse of the Black Avenger.

Parents can trust the Caribbean Chronicles Series. There is no sexual dialogue or situations, violence, or strong language, only a wee little bit of humor. 🙂 We hope you enjoy these pirate books for young adults, teens, and older kids.

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Mystery of the Eyewitness Ghost

Mystery of the Eyewitness Ghost (Dry Bones Publishing, 2022)

Selah Award Winner – Purple Dragonfly Book Award Honorable Mention

Are there such things as ghosts? Can we talk to the dead? In Mystery of the Eyewitness Ghost Nick finds himself confronted by a “ghost” and challenged by a psychic who swears she is a channel into the spirit world. But is it wise for the living to try to speak to the dead? On a stormy evening in a cemetery, Nick learns that dabbling in the occult can leave you chasing spooks in the night.

Nick Caden is no stranger to solving mysteries of a supernatural nature. By looking at the facts and dismissing the myths surrounding ghosts, vampires, zombies, and werewolves, he relies on his favorite cop and detective shows to reveal who the most likely culprit might be. But what he witnesses in Bonaventure Cemetery leaves Nick terrified.

When a “ghost” accuses his neighbor Keisha of murder-and minutes later she goes missing-Nick is forced into an unlikely partnership with Jaz, a teen with a gift for knowing the thoughts of the dead: or so she claims. As the pair work to find Keisha, they must rely on the word of “Sistah Séance,” a Gullah woman on Georgia’s Sea islands, who seems able to “bring up the dead.”

While attempting to unravel the mystery, Nick receives a Dear John breakup letter from his “friend girl.” Confused and reeling from the sudden rupture, he presses on with the investigation. Only when Jaz confirms that Nick does, at times, seem to lack empathy and compassion, is he able to accept that there are clues in his life that point to a hard, if not dead, heart.

As the pair race against time to find the ghost’s real killer, the two teens find themselves entangled in a dark world where every clue leads to new dangers and uncovers the haunting truth that awaits them.

When the only eyewitness to a murder is a ghost, who do you believe?

“This time Nick doesn’t have all the answers, but he asks the right questions. And what he learns is worse than any lies a fake fortuneteller might pass off as truth. I highly recommend Mystery of the Eyewitness Ghost.” – Kim Childress, Book Editor, Girls’ Life Magazine

Parents can trust the Caden Chronicles to be safe reading for children. There is no sexual dialogue or situations, violence, or strong language, only a wee bit of humor.

A Stand-Alone Middle Grade Mystery!

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