Buy the Book

Buy The Grasshopper Myth

TGM box 200cThe Grasshopper Myth is available in e-book and print.

And now you can buy it in Spanish, too! (More info below)

 

For info about the book, click here.

To buy the English e-book in the US for $9.99, click the Amazon Kindle button.*

kindle button

 

For Kindle orders outside the US, go to the Amazon website for your country (Amazon.ca in Canada, for example) and order it that way.

The print book price is $11.99 (U.S.) plus shipping & handling.

U.S. ORDERS ONLY (See below for orders outside the US)


Quantity Options



Pick the option of 1-9 books or 10 or more books. You will be prompted to specify the exact number of books after you click “the add to cart” button. This will open up PayPal in a separate window, where you can tell us how many books you want and complete your order.

And no, you don’t need to be a PayPal member. You can use your credit or debit card.

 

El Mito de Saltamontes

(The Grasshopper Myth en Espanol)

So far, it is only available in print, and only right here. We are working on putting it on Kindle, and having the print book for sale at Amazon. Hopefully, that will be ready soon.

The print book price is $11.99 (U.S.) plus shipping & handling.

To buy the Spanish translation , click here.

For bulk orders, email me at NewSmallChurch@gmail.com.

 

OUTSIDE THE U.S.A. (English or Spanish)

Don’t use the Buy Now button. Email me at NewSmallChurch@gmail.com.

*(If you click the Kindle button and it doesn’t work, switch from Internet Explorer to a different search engine. ChromeFirefox or Safari. Explorer breaks up the code sometimes. Nothing I can do about it. Sorry)

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