What makes an old, tattered and torn, multicolored, woven blanket so special? Wrapped in the magic of the blanket, Liv feels the love woven into the fabric as she hears the family’s story and the history of the Blanket of Miracles. This special bi-lingual English/Spanish story captures the sense of family and tradition and most of all love.
Tony is a hard working tractor who wants to be a bright shiny sports car.
Tractor work is dirty and BORING, after all. But Tony comes to appreciate his abilities when he recues some people from an accident. Tony wears his hero badge proudly and accepts what he does as exciting and useful.
“Under the Big Yellow Leaf” is all about the hidden worlds that when found will
fascinate children and adults alike. Follow an ant trail or track down an earthworm, spot the bunny and the whales.
All these things that are not readily seen can be a wonderful discovery. Read the book and then go find you own surprises in nature and beyond.
A helpful dragon named Freedom helps the villagers prosper, but
hes messy and smelly, and the town leaders dont want
him around. When the forces of evil threaten Freedom, his friend
Gillie, rallies everyone to save him and only then, with the threat
of Freedoms demise, do they come to appreciate his worth.
Freedom Rings was featured on "Be the Star You Are" Click play below to listen to the Radio Interview
Facing a challenge is
what dyslexics do every time they pick up a book. The young reader
in The Old Clock needs some encouragement and she is helped by
a most unusual mentor. The metered rhyme of the book helps those
with learning disabilities achieve reading success. It is a fun
story to read aloud and silently for young and old alike. The
theme "It’s only the quitters that lose in the end,
they never try so they never win," is repeated throughout
WHIZZY-WIG) is a lesson our cricket friend Katydid needs to
learn. She sees the world as dull and gray and feels that there
is nothing special about her. A wise beetle and a good friend
helps her to see things in a different way. In the end she knows
the meaning of WYSIWYG and finds the confidence to change her
life. This is a fun book to read, with delightful illustrations
and an interesting cast of characters. A confidence bug is included
at the end of the book so the young reader can find his/her
own meaning of WYSIWYG.
A subtle story about
life and ethnic diversity and coming together for a common
cause. It’s about being different and appreciating who
you are. It is about sharing yourself with friends and appreciating
the talents and assets that different ethnicities bring to
a community. The book tells the story of how Sam the Churkendoose
brings a community of barnyard fowl together in peace and
harmony by sharing himself, and by appreciating the differences
of each fowl in the barnyard.
Follow the adventures of The Little-Drop-of-Water from the coral reefs to the mountain tops. Little-Drop-of-Water is amazed as he sails over the land in a big cloud. He loves sparkling in the sun as a beautiful snowflake. When he turns back into Little-Drop-of-Water and rushes down stream with all the other drops, he is thrilled by all the sights. Rushing past farm land where crops are being grown, Little-Drop-of-Water returns to the ocean, the coral reef and all his friends. This delightfully illustrated book is fun to read.