Will you be our tiger?



Code name: Osprey

Spring Processional

Join naturalist Craig Newberger in rambling through forests, fields, and wetlands as they awaken in spring, a season teeming with hope.





Code name: Horse

Abigail’s Christmas Ballerina

A children’s book by Allison Romero, illustrated by Uğur Köse.






Code name: Lion / Unicorn

A Princess Problem with Pride

Book Two in the Daughters of The King series






Code name: Panda

Abigail’s Auntie Kristi

A children’s book by Allison Romero, illustrated by Uğur Köse.




Code name: Elephant

Three Gifts For Abigail

A children’s book by Allison Romero, illustrated by Gloria Elliott.





Code name: Giraffe

Paperback Comedian

A mystery wrapped in comedy, sci-fi, and romance.





Code name: Butterfly / Squirrel

A Princess Problem with Envy

Book One in the Daughters of The King series




Code name: Anteater

The Anti-Cooking Bible

50 Ways To Get Out Of Cooking




Code name: Flamingo

TWO DADS, TWO DAUGHTERS

Four Generations of Art





Code name: Peacock

PEACOCK IN THE PINE TREE

A children’s book by Sandra Cramer, illustrated by Jocelyn Cramer





Code name: Zebra

ADAM’S JOURNAL

A coming-of-age novel by E. C. Flickinger





Code name: Owl Too

WHEN BAD THINGS HAPPEN

A children’s book by Sharon M. Devaney, illustrated by E. C. Flickinger





Code name: Owl

THE VERY FIRST DAY EVER

A children’s book by Sharon M. Devaney




GRACKLE PUBLISHING

We are a little fish in the publishing pond–actually, a grackle is a bird, not a fish. Anyway, we have a dream to help new authors and poets find their fins, er, wings.

Our zoo of books includes:

A coming-of-age novel, Adam’s Journal, by E. C. Flickinger. Some people think it’s full of humor, but it also has many other stripes: teenage angst, social commentary, original poetry and even a picture or two––guess you could call it a zebra.

A children’s book, The Very First Day Ever, by Sharon M. Devaney. Sharon’s book (aka “The Owl”)  is unique in that it contains both a short story and poetry: a wise book for children to revisit again and again as they grow.

A children’s book, When Bad Things Happen, written by Sharon M. Devaney and illustrated by E. C. Flickinger. Sharon’s second book, intended for older children, ages 8-12, urges us to be the light that shines through the darkness that surrounds us today.

A children’s book, Peacock in the Pine Tree, written by Sandra Cramer and illustrated by Jocelyn Cramer. The Cramer creation, “Peacock,” celebrates all the wonders waiting for us in our own backyards.

A four generation art book, Two Dads, Two Daughters, shares the Flickinger / Wimberley family’s love for art. The compilation, code name “Flamingo,” includes the works of Paul H. Flickinger, Jr., E. C. Flickinger, Sarah F. Wimberley, and Olivia M. Wimberley.

A humorous gift book, The Anti-Cooking Bible: 50 Ways To Get Out Of Cooking, written and illustrated by Maureen Ann Clarke. Maureen’s book, code name Anteater, shares a creative menu of appetizers, house specials, and à la carte items sure to entice those who strive to avoid cooking at all costs.

A children’s book, A Princess Problem with Envy, written by Renee Joiner and illustrated by Connie Eimer. Their wonderful “Butterfly/Squirrel” collaboration brings us Book One in the Daughters of the King series.

A novella trilogy, Paperback Comedian, written by E. C. Flickinger. A mystery wrapped in comedy, sci-fi, and romance. “Giraffe” is the first title delivered under our new Hilltop imprint.

A children’s book, Three Gifts For Abigail, written by Allison Romero and illustrated by Gloria Elliott. “Elephant” shares a memorable Easter story.

A children’s book, Abigail’s Auntie Kristi, written by Allison Romero and illustrated by Uğur Köse. “Panda” shares a special adventure that begins and ends with a hug.

A children’s book, A Princess Problem with Pride, written by Renee Joiner and illustrated by Connie Eimer. This creative collaboration (code named “Lion/Unicorn”) brings us Book Two in the Daughters of the King series.

A children’s book, Abigail’s Christmas Ballerina, written by Allison Romero and illustrated by Uğur Köse. “Horse” shares how Mommy’s special Christmas ornament peaks Abigail’s curiosity.

Spring Processional (code named “Osprey”) invites you to join naturalist Craig Newberger in rambling through forests, fields, and wetlands as they awaken in spring, a season teeming with hope.

So that’s our story: fish, bird, zebra, owl, peacock, flamingo, anteater, butterfly, squirrel, giraffe, elephant, panda, lion, unicorn, horse, and osprey.

We’d love to grow fast and help many more potential authors, so give us a shout; we’re listening.

Sincerely,

Grackle

grackle@gracklepublishing.com


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