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Check out these books we done went and wrote.

Explain THAT, Science! with creationist Harry Trunckles
by Jess Whitson and Steven Olsen


Kindle edition(available on Kindle Unlimited)
Standard print edition(also comes with the Kindle edition free via Kindle Matchbook)
Large print edition
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penDyslexic edition

An explanation of the entirety of science as understood by a creationist. 
Having grown up in the Ozarks, the authors drew upon their personal experience with religious anti-intellectuals to create the character of Harry Trunckles: a Kent Hovind wannabe both too absurd to be real and all too familiar at the same time.


5 Reasons Stoicism Is Better Than Everything: And Some Cheap Ancient Philosophy Jokes
by Jess Whitson


Kindle edition
Standard print edition
Audible audiobook - narrated by Carrie Burgess
Jess says “I wanted to write a book that makes people laugh when they read about Stoicism. I think comedy is an important way of revealing truth to us in its different forms. I also wanted to educate people about Stoicism while comparing it to other philosophies or topics or things in a tongue-in-cheek way.”



My National Parks with Ranger Ben Kurns
by Jess Whitson and Steven Olsen


Kindle edition(available on Kindle Unlimited)
Standard print edition(also comes with the Kindle edition free via Kindle Matchbook)
Large print edition
OpenDyslexic edition

Explore the National Parks and celebrate 100 years of stewardship of majestic with irresponsible and violent park ranger Ben Kurns as your guide.


Unbelievable History
by Steven Olsen and Jess Whitson

Historical revisionism and bias can make understanding what actually happened tricky. To right this oversight, a team of time traveling historians collaborate to put together the most accurate history book ever made. However, their individual biases are so strong they make the inclusion of time travel moot.

Currently unavailable as we’re working on a substantial re-write.