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A classic Christmas folktale for anyone who loves gingerbread houses.
In a land filled with troubles and bad-tempered kings (not so different from our own time), Hans and his father are commanded to make special gingerbread cookies for the king. Using his creativity, Hans devises a way to turn plain cookies into delightful treats that bring joy to his sad town. In the process, he starts a tradition that continues to this day.

Recipes and patterns to make your own gingerbread houses are included.
(You can also find them HERE, one of the free resources you can expect
from Three Ridges Press when sign up for the TRP Newsletter.)


Our imprint for juvenile books

LAKER’S WORLD, A Bigfoot Story, a chapter book aimed at third and fourth-grade readers, reinforces science concepts taught in those grades.

Laker, a young Bigfoot, has a superpower. He can smell a mouse behind a rock and a rabbit sleeping in a hole. But smell isn’t his only super sense.  He needs to use all of his senses, along with his mind and heart, if he is going to find the truth behind three mystery creatures.
LAKER’S WORLD is available as a hardcover, paperback, ebook, and, soon, as an audiobook.


Our imprint for encouraging books of faith

MACARONI AND CHEESE, HOT DOGS AND PEAS helps young children understand why we thank God for our food.
A child asks, “What I want to know please, is what does God have to do with my macaroni and cheese?”
The engaging rhyme encourages gratefulness for everyone and everything that brings us our food, especially to God who looks after them all.
Aimed at ages 2-6.
Macaroni and Cheese, Hot Dogs and Peas is available in paperback, hardcover, and as an ebook.
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Coming in 2024:

Cicada Resurrections

Facts, Myths, and Musings
to help you love the world’s noisiest insects.

This book for adults will open your eyes—even as you cover your ears—
to the impact cicadas have had in world history and culture.