2016 New Titles
(Volume 1) Mocha the Whale - the Real Moby Dick: With transcription of Jeremiah Reynold's Mocha Dick
Mocha Dick is the name of the actual Sperm Whale who terrorized whale hunters in the early 19th Century. He was portrayed as an antagonist to Captain Ahab in Moby Dick - but was the whale the hero in reality? Accompanied by a republication of the original accounts of Jeremiah Reynold's Mocha Dick and contextual Editorial references on the past and present nature of whaling and Isla Mocha, Gary Green explores how much role perspective plays in the telling of a story - and the true heroism of this remarkable animal.
(Two Horses) (Volume 2) the First Firefighter - Saint Florian
Commander Florian was an exemplary Roman soldier. As the Roman Empire began to urbanize, Florian recognized the need for permanent firefighting forces in the new cities. But the Empire also burned hot with conflict over faiths and cultures, and soon Florian found himself condemned to death by the nation he loyally served. This book introduces the reader to the first and best firefighter, the man who earned the respect of his countrymen in ancient Rome – and remains the ideal to which our modern firefighters yet aspire: Saint Florian.
(Two Horses) (Volume 3) Inventor of the Doggy Door - Sir Isaac Newton
Isaac Newton invented calculus, the scientific method, discovered the nature of light and the fundamental laws of the universe. He also invented the Doggy Door – or did he? By reading this book, you’ll discover the truth using Newtonian methods of investigation to learn about the first scientist and the pets he kept: born and orphaned on Christmas Day, he was a commoner and vegetarian whose compassion for animals and his fellow human beings led him to discover the very limits of knowledge itself…
(Two Horses) (Volume 4) The Ugly Truth of Nursery Rhymes
Genocide, childhood alcoholism, lethal epidemics, bloody and bloodless revolutions, tourism schemes and assassinations – we’re all familiar with the nursery rhymes of our childhood, but now we can understand what they are actually about. Gary Green and his Editor, Aaron Brachfeld, team up again to lend uncommon insight through both historical and modern relevance to shed light on the ugly truth of nursery rhymes.
(Two Horses) (Volume 5) Hitler's Radio Drama
Belief can be a tricky thing. In 1939, the Polish Army wasn't equipped to invade Grandma's refrigerator. Yet by taking a page from the Martian invasion with which Orsen Wells fooled America, Hitler put on a radio drama and got the German people to believe they had been invaded. Once Germany was scared, it was easy to get every German angry! Gary Green reveals not only the means of Hitler's trickery, but the truly scary fact that the very thing can happen again ... and already has. Includes a chapter on how to manage fear and anger, both within ourselves and in our nation.
(Two Horses) (Volume 6) Islamic Roots of Democracy in Jamestown
Gary "TwoHorse" Green explores the Islamic roots of Democracy in the Jamestown Colony by examining the evolution of corporate governance and structure which resulted from diplomatic relations between the English and Ottomans and the consequential self-governance of Jamestown. Showing the influence and impact Islam has had and continues to have on American culture and values, Green gives hope for continued interfaith business and diplomatic ventures that will continue to shape a more peaceful and democratic world.