We're a traditional, indie publisher of books for all ages, but especially for kids, parents, teachers, and grandparents. Current titles are below. We currently publish ebooks & paperback books and sell where books are sold or buy directly from us. Click below for bulk pricing for schools/conferences/businesses.
These books are what we offer our youngest readers! Prices are for one print copy. Click book cover to buy online or email Margolynndill (at) gmail.com for an autographed copy. We are working on supplying our books to indie bookstores. As of 2/7/2021, Fred's collection of stories vols 1 and 2 is the only book for ages 4-8 so far in the independent book system. Go to your favorite bookstore and order Fred's book today! The rest will be available soon. Thank you for your support and patience!
Join master storyteller Fred Olds for 3 more read-aloud stories with some of the same characters (Ben, Sammy, Jonathan the crow) from Vol. 1! Plus there's a brand new fairy tale with a kind, smart, and witty princess--plus a cheerless chairmaker.
Check out this bedtime story book, complete with three stories and illustrations for your little one. "Ben and the Terrible Red Card," "The Hobbling Hermit," and "Sammy and the Cross-Eyed Crow" make this book a favorite!
Get vols. 1 and 2 from Fred Olds along with a short story about a kindergarten class on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day by Margo L. Dill. The characters you love: Ben, Sammy, Jonathan the crow, the mouse, the hermit, and more are all here for your child's entertainment!
An opposite concept book WITH a story! Flea moves about differently than any flea you’ve ever met. But he still gives Doggy an itchy issue. With both Doggy and Flea dealing with their own problems, what happens when the sun beats down, and Flea gets too hot?
Lucy has a listening problem everywhere she goes—at the zoo, at home, and at school. But during Red Ribbon Week at her elementary school, her lack of listening and her love of polar bears cause her to miss out on celebrating being drug free and making good, healthy choices. Find out if she learns to listen!
More information coming soon! Picture book by Fred Olds; Release date late Spring 2021.
These are books for children ages 9-12, prices for one print copy. Click the cover to buy online or email Margolynndill (at) gmail.com to buy an autographed copy from the author. As of 2/7/2021, Finding My Place and Only My Horses Know are both in the independent bookstore system. Go to your favorite indie bookstore today and order one of these books. All Editor-911 print books will soon be available everywhere!
This is a prequel to Finding My Place and tells the story of Anna and her family BEFORE the Siege of Vicksburg changed their lives forever. It's a glimpse into a bit lighter side of life during the war with a baking championship held at the church. Is there a cheater in the championship?
Print copy by White Mane Kids; ebook by Editor-911 Kids: After Anna and the Baking Championship, check out book one in the American Civil War Adventure series, and focuses on the life of Anna Green and her family. Anna is a 13-year-old girl living in a cave during the Siege of Vicksburg.
This is a contemporary, middle-grade novel by Cinda Jo Bauman with a 12-year-old protagonist who lives on a Montana horse ranch and whose family is falling apart. Join Kylie as she navigates working on the horse ranch, friendships, her own barrel racing "career," school, and whatever in the world is going on with Mom. Check out the author talking about her book here.
This middle-grade historical fiction novel by Sioux Roslawski tells the story of 12-year-old Henry Simmons who lives in 1921 in Greenwood, Olahoma, also known as "Black Wall Street." On May 31, Henry faces racism, destruction, and hatred unlike he's ever known all because of being Black. Pub date: 4/14/2021. Available in ebook from Amazon and print at all major booksellers.
Author of Only My Horses Know
Author of The Dog and the Flea.
Author of Anna and the Baking Championship
Author of Greenwood Gone: Henry's Story
Twelve-year-old Henry Simmons lives in Greenwood, OK in 1921. It's known as Black Wall Street, and he's always felt safe. Until May 31, 1921. That's the night White Tulsa residents destroyed Henry's neighborhood. Read more about the book by clicking below.