Straw and the Doctrine of the Ashfolk

In this wonderful tale written by the somewhat mysterious author Honolulu Polkadot, you will follow the young Scarecrow Straw Stickpost as he discovers that he has been chosen to do more than he ever thought himself capable of. Only if he can find courage and faith can he succeed in rising to his calling.


In a world full of the hateful doctrine of the Ashfolk, bounty-hunting Skabb pirates, ship-hungry sea creatures, and steam-powered beasts, Straw must face his most horrifying fears and rise to be what he is destined to become.

Honolulu Polkadot has done it again! Straw and the Doctrine of the Ashfolk is most possibly one of the greatest literary pieces to emerge from the pen of Mr. Polkadot since the Great Earthquake of 1941, in which his study was completely destroyed and the price of licorice snaps soared to an all time high.


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Who is Honolulu Polkadot?

Little is known about the reclusive author, but what is known is this:

Honolulu Polkadot, contrary to popular belief, was not born in Hawaii at all but rather in a small town in Texas. The town was prone to attacks from the occasional appearance of marauding pirates and infestations of giant crop rats. A statue of Honolulu Polkadot was erected early last summer with a plaque that reads, “Honolulu Polkadot, inventor of the electric nose picker and beloved candlestick maker.”

Honolulu Polkadot has chosen to spend his time away from the attention that his popular books have spawned, and he now spends his days quietly, writing stories for all to enjoy.