Curl up under a warm blanket with some hot coco, and immerse yourself in a Christmas literary classic! Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol has been loved by old and young alike all across the world, and 5Realms publishing is happy to bring it to you.
So join Ebenezer Scrooge as he meets the ghosts of Christmas that will forever change his life! ... [click here for more]
Aradia is a prominent figure for many Wiccan traditions, as well as other neo-pagan belief systems. Some have revered her as a Moon Goddess, while to others she is the Queen of Witches.
First published in 1899 by Charles Leland, and believed to be a collection of religious rites utilized by a coven of pagan witches in Tuscany, The Gospel of Witches holds spells to invoke and conjure Diana,... [click here for more]
Before Wells wrote Little Wars, he created what some would consider to be a sort of companion book to it. Published in 1912, Floor Games instructs creative children of all ages on some very imaginative activities for rainy days... or even sunny ones.
This edition includes the photos from the original publication and faithfully retains the integrity of the antique font. ... [click here for more]
Published in 1913, and strongly influenced by Kriegspiel, H.G. Wells chronicles the creation of his miniature wargame, and lays out its fascinatiing rules in Little Wars.
This edition has kept the original text intact, while updating the formatting and layout, and condensing the number of pages. It has also been complimented with both original and modern illustrations and photographs. ... [click here for more]
Join Peter Pan, the boy who never grew up as he embarks on endless and excitement-filled adventures!
Newly formatted and unabridged, this edition includes some of the original artwork as well as works from other artists. ... [click here for more]
The Freak: A Story of St. George
Written by Erik Ehn
Adapted and Recorded by David Hinde Chapman
Featuring Jenn Schorr, Jeremy Robinson, Amanda Chapman
Script first published in The Saint Plays ... [click here for more]
The Silver Age of Science Fiction saw a wealth of compelling speculative tales — and women authors wrote some of the best of the best. Yet the stories of this era, especially those by women, have been largely unreprinted, unrepresented, and unremembered.
Volume one of REDISCOVERY represents a historic first: fourteen selections of the best science fiction of the Silver Age, written by... [click here for more]