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Cover of The Prohibtion Era, featuring Al Capone and Carry Nation at a standoff. Behind them are temperance activists and mobsters. Below the title are bootleggers transporting alcohol onto a ship.
THE PROHIBITION ERA: America's War on Alcohol
written by Jason Viola
art by Roger Langridge

In 1919, the United States ratified an amendment to the Constitution
that outlawed the manufacture, transportation, and sale of alcohol.
An entire industry moved underground as countless citizens
became criminals! How did it happen?

Get to know the activists who marched, campaigned, and swung
hatchets at the very real problem of alcoholism in the United
States. As a hard-fought dream for a better world became
federal law, society soon faced an onslaught of new problems:
clever bootleggers, corrupt enforcers, crowded prisons, and
violent gangsters. Read on to learn about alcohol and excess
during the Prohibition Era, and how we still grapple with these
issues today.

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ELEPHANTS: Living Large
written by Jason Viola
art by Falynn Koch

Did you know elephants are the world's largest land animals? Male African elephants can reach ten feet tall and weigh up to 16,500 pounds! These endangered animals are beloved for the massive ears ears, thick skin, and flexible trunks, as well as their remarkable intelligence and empathy. And despite their size, the more you get to know them, the more you'll realize humans and elephants have a lot in common!

For eight-year-old elephant Duni, family is everything: protection, stability, wisdom, and a ton of fun. But her idyllic life is beginning to shift and crack. The herd’s matriarch is dying, her brother has been wandering off, and rifts are forming between the ones she loves most. This year, Duni has to face her worst fear: Is her
family on the verge of falling apart?

"A fascinating exploration of all things elephant." - School Library Journal 

A Junior Library Guild selection

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CRITTER CHAT: World Wild Web
written by Jason Viola

What if animals had the internet? Find out in this hilarious Critter Chat spin-off with all-new imagined digital animal encounters—and it’s all based on 100% true animal info. Among some silly conversations, you’ll find tons of parody social media posts from all your favorite animals—and some you probably haven’t heard of—including Instagram-style selfies, meal reviews on animal Yelp, and profiles of critters looking for love on BeeHarmony. Plus, sprinkled throughout are fascinating nonfiction features that give you the scoop on the absolutely real ways that animals communicate, as well as bios of real-life animal influencers making a name for themselves online today.

"Amusing and informative...with just enough snark."—Kirkus

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DIGESTIVE SYSTEM: A Tour Through Your Guts
written by Jason Viola
art by Zack Giallongo

In Science Comics: The Digestive System, visit the inside of your mouth, stomach, liver, intestines, and other organs that make up the gastrointestinal tract! Your guide to the gut is a friendly bacterium named E who will take you on a journey beyond imagination. Uncover how food is transformed into nutrients! Explore strange and dangerous glands! Behold the wonders of saliva, mucus, and vomit! This is a trip to the toilet you will never forget!

"Magic School Bus graduates ready for a busy, heavy informational load will find this just the ticket. ...A fun and challenging introduction."—Kirkus

"Serious middle school ­voyagers who go with the densely informational flow will wind up not intellectually constipated but, like E, ­ultimately, flushed with ­wonder." —School Library Journal, starred review

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POLAR BEARS: Survival on the Ice
written by Jason Viola
art by Zack Giallongo

Do you have what it takes to live in one of the harshest places in the world? What if you had just a couple years to gain the knowledge you'll need to survive on your own? Join two curious polar bear cubs as they play, hunt, and navigate life in the Arctic. With each season, they learn polar bear biology and behavior, as well as strategies and skills that will help them thrive in a landscape that is rapidly changing beyond their control. Living with super insulated bodies in a world that's melting? For polar bears, keeping cool is the name of the game!

Many of Jason's other comics are available for purchase as handmade books through Radiator Comics. For retail sales, please contact Tony Shenton.

Fear of Flowers

32 pages

A meditation on the life cycles of three plants: the sunflower, the kadupul, and the orchid. 

Top 20 Self-Published Comics & Minicomics of 2013, Rob Kirby

The Greatest Cat of All Time

5 pages

An ode to pet cats written by Rebecca Viola.

Herman the Manatee

165 pages

Herman the Manatee will delight your whole family in his zany attempts to go about his business before getting maimed by an outboard motorboat. Laugh along as he manages to find himself in trouble again and again! Will that silly manatee never learn?

Rabbit Shadows

42 pages

A wordless story about a rabbit who learns to manipulate his shadow, then tries to sell it as art.

Top Ten Minicomics of 2008, Size Matters.

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More comics will be added soon, but for now, check out Radiator Comics for a complete list!

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