Tom the Dancing Bug, IN WHICH the spunky little hero Donald and his imaginary publicist John must boldly battle the evil international organization Antifa.
Tom the Dancing Bug, IN WHICH President Trump is told about Russia putting a bounty on US soldiers, and leaps into his usual action
Tom the Dancing Bug, IN WHICH an amazing new scientific discovery could save us all from Covid
Tom the Dancing Bug, IN WHICH Gavin Smythe of Chagrin Falls, USA, mows his lawn in a black-and-white world
Tom the Dancing Bug, IN WHICH the Seussian BLM-I-am wonders if he can protest here or there or anywhere
Tom the Dancing Bug, IN WHICH yet the CEO community is outraged by yet another executive killed during a regulatory investigation
Tom the Dancing Bug, IN WHICH The Don's criminal reign becomes even more brazen, as he publicly extorts a state during a pandemic
Tom the Dancing Bug, IN WHICH we all come out, it's time for the lottery
Tom the Dancing Bug, IN WHICH William Barr advertises his services as Attorney General for presidents injured by investigations into their actual corruption
Tom the Dancing Bug, IN WHICH civil rights advocate Donald J. Trump advises African Americans on the "right" way to protest
Tom the Dancing Bug, IN WHICH we appreciate the diverse comedy stylings of Donald Trump
Tom the Dancing Bug, IN WHICH Hollingsworth hounds that Lucky Ducky back out to work, but you just know he'll still find a way to win
Tom the Dancing Bug, IN WHICH the mischievous imp little Donald is warned of a coming alien virus invasion and leaps into inaction
Tom the Dancing Bug, IN WHICH a historical "News of the Times" reports F.D.R.'s dismissal of the Pearl Harbor attack as a hoax
Last week, I made the first book in my EMU Club Adventures series, Alien Invasion in My Backyard, available for download for free. And today the second book, Ghostly Thief of Time, is also available for download. Free.
I hope these books can offer some respite, and fun and excitement, for families under the stressful conditions of quarantine. After all, they are about three bored kids who find an amazing adventure just by being exceptionally creative and curious.
Next week, check out my social media for a little project kids can do once they've finished the books.
Information on how to download both books is HERE.
Stuart Tennemeier, his best friend Brian Hrzincz, and his sister Violet want to start a mystery club like the ones they read about in books, but they have no idea how to even find a mystery in their suburban neighborhood. They settle on trying to solve a mundane mystery from their lives – what happened to the game controller they lost – and they find that when you look really, really closely at your world, you can find absolutely amazing things. And maybe even save the world.
The EMU Club Adventures series, for kids aged 7-11 (and adventurous, curious spirits of all ages), is by cartoonist Ruben Bolling, the author of the award-winning comic strip Tom the Dancing Bug. Read the rest