Local Author launches third “Jensen Family Story”
The book, Bag Babies Save Civilization, follows the first foray into politics by two of the Jensen children. With the help of their mother, an english teacher and a very wealthy entrepreneur, they present Congress with a way to push human beings off the path to self-destruction that we seem to be headed down. It will come as no surprise to those who know the author that the idea of being nice plays a central role.
Whitehouse is the author of two other books in the Jensen Family series, as well as two non-fiction books, one about composting, and the other about changing existing systems in order to combat climate change.
My connection with books is life long: avid reader for the past 65 or so years, bookbinder, maker and restorer from 1974 until about 2000, bookseller from 1994 to 2016 and author from 2004 until the future.
A BETTER WAY, Whitehouse Publishing, 2015, ISBN 978-933031-20-4
A look at how the future could be if we concentrate on system change, not climate change.
SPREAD IT AROUND. Going Green through Garbage. Whitehouse Publishing, 2011. ISBN 978-1-933031-02-6
How we can save the earth, one compost heap at a time.
BAG BABIES AND THE SECRET OF CIVILIZATION. Perpetua Publications, 2004. ISBN1-93301-54-9
For 8-12 year olds. Spoiler alert, the 'secret' is writing.
OGHAM IN ORKNEY. Perpetua Publications, 2004. ISBN1-93301-36-0
Also for 8-12year olds. Adventures on a Scottish island.
Make Paper. An introuctory manual on how to recycle unwanted paper
Make Marbled Paper. An introductorynmanual on the ancient art of paper decoration
Pipsqueaks. Little books for little hands. 3x3 inches, 24 pages of rebus and rhyme. Titles: Simon's Sky, Simon Gets Dressed, Looking for Woof, and Uh-Oh
OPB (Other peoples books)
HISTORY OF THE CORNING PAINTED POST AREA: 200YEARS IN PAINTED POST COUNTRY. Thomas P. Dimitroff and Lois S. Janes. Bookmarks, 1991, ISBN1-93303-00X
LANDS OF THE PAINTED POST. John H. Martin and Phyllis G Martin. A history of the Corning-Painted Post area of upstate New York from the time of the Iroquois League, through the early settlers and up to the growth of industry in the valley.
GREEN LIGHT AT THE END OF THE TUNNEL. Anna Edey. 2011. ISBN 978-0-9662349-1-6. Learning the art of living well without causing harm to our planet and ourselves.
These books are available at 51 Bridge Street, or by emailing me (firstname.lastname@example.org). I will deliver or mail as appropriate.