New publications by Craig Gosling

Two new books written by me that you might be interested in:

The Adventures of Roy The Animal Boy – A little boy discovers he has a special skill of communicating with animals. Kids will love the book which is a series of short stories following Roy’s life from cradle to college. Real fun and adventure all within the realm of possibility. $10.00 plus $2.00 shipping.

A Secular Anthology of Poetry – Poems you can understand at the first reading. They cover topics such as religion, superstition, nature, evolution, and of course, secular humanism. For readers who think or are open minded. $10.00 plus $2.00 shipping.

Rhyme and Reason with Animals – (Published in 2008) Children’s poems designed to help them learn how to read and enhance their vocabulary. Filled with fun illustrations kids love. The perfect book for kids learning English as a new language. $10.00 plus shipping.

Books are available by contacting:

Poems and illustrations fit for kids learning English as a new language

Poems and illustrations fit for kids learning English as a new language

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About cgosling

I am a retired medical/scientific illustrator and creator of patient teaching simulators, who has given up illustration to write about science, superstition, and secular humanism. I consider myself all of the following: atheist, agnostic, secular humanist, freethinker, skeptic, and nature lover. I have several published books but the mass of my writing is unpublished. I write children's fiction, poetry, essays, and several plays and radio theater shows, that are available as free downloads to be used on secular podcasts and meetings. They can be heard on Indy Freethought Radio or on YouTube “secularradiotheater”. I hope some of my writings will be of interest to like minded freethinkers who I cordially invite to respond. I am also a Darwin impersonator. I invite readers to listen to and use the Darwin script for secular purposes.
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