Celebrate 2017, The Year of the Rooster, with a fun to read-out-loud illustrated children's story. In The Year of the Rooster, a rooster who is down on his luck must learn to adapt after being abandoned by his former owner. How can he go from being homeless to having the best year of his life?
Author A.J. Fontaine writes enjoyable children's books inspired by his family pets. As he depicts their shenanigans, he crafts enjoyable stories that provide children with inspiration for their own lives. Other books by A.J. Fontaine include: A Kitty and His Dream, Kitty Witty's Big Adventure, Kitty Witty and the Secret Room, and Kitty Witty's Bedtime Story.
Christmas is the most wonderful time of year! It is especially fun and amazing to see Christmas through the eyes of those with special needs especially those with sensory-related disabilities. This book presents a holiday related social story to share with your children this time of year. Some of our kiddos may consider Christmas overwhelming, but they can come to love and enjoy the beauty of the season.
Rhio Saves the Big Project! is the second book in the Rhio and Friends series. It follows the continuing wacky and fun-filled adventures of Rhio, the lovable Rhinoceros, and his three friends: Liam the Lion, Joey the Bear, and Carrot the Rabbit. The big History & Science Fair is fast approaching. Will they have their project ready in time? Together, they work to overcome great odds, always cheerful and with a smile.
Jack is the creator, illustrator, and co-author of both Rhio Saves The Big Day! and Rhio Saves the Big Project! He is nineteen years old, a Campbell H.S. graduate, an Eagle Scout, and is currently enrolled as a marketing major at Merrimack College, in North Andover, MA. In his spare time Jack enjoys sports, camping, and hiking.
FeFe Loves Everyone is a book for children to learn and love for all ages. However, this book is for the ages of 3-7, they will learn, love and adore FeFe and her friends. Look for more adventures from FeFe and her friends...
Marsha Mayberry born in 1972 in Nacogdoches TX, reared in a loving environment by two people that will never be forgotten. Mayberry is the mother of 4 Children, 4 Daughters and 1 Son. They all range from age twenty eight to seven, grandmother of three, two boys and one girl. Mayberry is married to a Chicago Native. They now reside in Cleburne TX with their two youngest children. She has owned several successful small businesses, worked in the medical field for several years, owned and co-owned trucking and courier businesses, and been in ministry since 2000. Upon the many trials and tribulations in her life, it was laid upon her heart to write books. This was always something she aspired to do, yet never really found the time to walk in her passion. Mayberry was always busy earning money, raising children, and caring for family. She was so tied up meeting the daily demands of life, and doing ministry, she failed to realize that her life did not belong to her, or her purpose, everyone else owned it accept her. Mayberry felt she was much too restrained to focus on something so juvenile, yet so important. As she decided to follow her passion and lifelong dream, she never imagined what she was led to do with her gifts of creative and imagination, which was to write children’s books. This was something that Mayberry could have never imagined in her wildest dreams to complete during her lifetime, due to past, pain, shame, and detached feelings. Mayberry always had a special place in her heart for children and she never understood why. The feeling was so powerful for every child that she could never say no to them. Mayberry also helped raise many unwanted and uncared for children. Several of children’s friends always ran to her, reached out to her when things were going wrong at home, and they each called her momma, because that is exactly what she was in their eyes, a second mother. The shock of the assignment stems from past experiences of meager beginnings, lack of love, support, abandonment, and little to no protection from bad people in this world. Especially, the two people that where responsible for her being born. Upon careful consideration, mediation, and prayer, many years later Mayberry decided to obey the assignment. She finally accepted her purpose in life, even after all the challenges she faced, she was blessed to be chosen to do something so powerful, write stories. Stories that have the ability to impact and change the world of our children and many of their parents as well, by reaching out to them and addressing issues that we seem to feel our children should ignore, pretend to understand, practice what they have learned at home which may or may not be very nice. We really expect church, and not speaking about things to cause them to overlook all that is going on in the world, when they clearly see and hear it all, yet they do not understand. The series caters to all ages, races, genders, beliefs, and maybe even their parents as well. Mayberry feels that although we have all come from different places in life, some good, and some bad and some very ugly, we all deserve to be treated with dignity, kindness and respect. Even the education system may have a change of heart to touch the lives of so many children they see every day, with a bigger message then what they see and hear. Mayberry began writing in 2013 along with help and ideas from someone that helped push her along the way. Helping her to prepare her mind with the right perspective. Also by giving her the ambition that was needed to move forward in spite of any excuse. The books began to come alive. Mayberry’s creative juices were flowing and they are unstoppable, along with many fictional characters as well. In 2015 Marsha was led to begin publishing the books, one after the other. The channels of creativity was flowing, but along with that came many delays, challenges, cross roads, and even great losses along the way, yet she persevered. After many mistakes, errors, mess ups, let downs, flawed companies. Mayberry ask her supreme spiritual guide and power for direction to help her proceed with what she was put her to do. The answer was crystal clear; this assignment was never for fame, notoriety, publicity, or wealth. It was to be protected with care, and seen through to the very end of each series no matter what the cause or sacrifice. He would cause the people to see the importance of these books, and they would then see the value and influence it took to carry it out. My job was to simply create, and I intend to obey that to the last. There was a purpose that needed to happen, and it will do exactly that. The spirit told me to keep writing, and he or she would come and obey what they were instructed to do just as it was ordered to be done concerning each book, and project. There was never a question in Mayberry’s mind that she could give up ever, even when she felt like it. Finally, her questions and request was answered, her higher power sent her the team that she needed to move the project into the right direction. Marsha developed a new hope, fresh love, passion, commitment and fulfillment for her assignment. While she thought her sign was pointing west, it was always pointing east, telling her go east, don’t turn back no matter what “follow the light”. The people and the answers are waiting for you there. The message was clear about the book series, children’s clothing line, it was aimed at little girls, and it was targeted at broken communities, families, homes, situations, systems, divisions, injustices. The assignment is to reach the center of peace in order to refocus our children. The lesson is to help us all unclean terrible learned thinking, behavior, and negative actions, words, and outcomes.
Upon Mayberry’s decision to follow her path, she was forced to address all situations that impact our children. Her passion for children and animals became the driving force for the books, and soon to come clothing line. It was through Mayberry’s modesty, greatness would come. There will never be credit for Marsha Mayberry, it will be given and forwarded to change, peace, kindness, respect, justice, and unity. No matter what our beliefs are we can make a positive impact in our world, if we desire better for our children. Giving others the opportunity to remain free of stigma, broken system, and freedom to be who they desire to be without unfair judgment or difference. Mayberry created the fictional characters along with Ferret County as the dream fairytale she had always dreamed of. Ferret County was a happy place for her inside. It is filled all the wonderful things, places, people, and things that all children deserve to experience. Ferret County is not about the privileged, underserved, poor, wealthy, race, religion, beliefs, disbeliefs, upper or lower class. It is about how those that have should share, those that don’t should strive harder, those that have been mistreated, be kinder, know the story before you pass judgment, and give all people a chance to change. Mayberry created a happy place within herself to share with others filled with peace, harmony, and protection against those that have been shunned, mistreated, and broken by hate. There is a valuable lesson if we allow ourselves to listen to the voice within. No one deserves to be hated, mistreated, profiled, and put down by anyone. This planet is our home, and we must all learn to do more to create boundaries of love, peace, unity, and destroy separatism in order to live in a better world. Although we can agree to disagree, there is never an excuse to put others down, and lift others up, we are the same no matter what our race, gender, beliefs, or upbringing was.
Zunammie Keren is a freelance writer who is fascinated by all things spiritual, fun and magical. On most weekends you can find her soaking up the rays on a sandy beach in tropical Jamaica where she currently resides with her husband and 3 adorable sons.
A kids alphabet book containing photo illustrations starring a pug named Miss Molly Mia. This book encourages interaction between your child and Molly and your child and you. Molly tells your child what she is doing with a letter of the alphabet, then she asks your child a question. Molly will help your child learn his/her alphabet and your child will fall in love with Molly.
Candy Johansen went back to college a second time to pursue a bachelor degree... in Photo Media with a minor in Journalism. She attended the University of Kansas. She graduated in May 2014. She has a passion for writing and telling stories. Her first ebook was a small book about a raccoon that she raised and set free. It's called, "Raising Sis." She is currently working on her first novel and expects it to be finished in the summer of 2016. The "ABC's With Molly And Me" book is the first in the set of Molly books and is now on sale on Amazon. Candy is planning on starting on her master degree in Journalism in the fall and is hoping to teach photography and journalism at the college level. Candy's website is: candyajohansen.com and her blog is: http://booksbycandy.wordpress.com
Now a B.R.A.G. Medallion Honoree! Follow the life journey of a fluffy dandelion seed that starts and ends, and starts again with a 'Wish.' Beautifully illustrated with charming and colorful pictures, babies, toddlers and pre-schoolers will love following the seed's adventures in this picture book. They'll also have fun hearing and saying the simple, fun words that go along with the story. 'Wish' is a wonderful tale to read together with your little ones and for them to imagine themselves.
I'm Rob Cole a 58 year old grandpa living in England. I've always loved limericks and silly rhymes, like Edward Lear & Dr Seuss. I've put together two books for my grandchildren. They are funny, silly rhyming books that make my grandchlldren laugh. So I thought I'd try to make them available to more kids world wide on Kindle.
I'm Rob Cole a 58 year old grandpa living in England. I've always loved limericks and silly rhymes, like Edward Lear & Dr Seuss. I've put together two books for my grandchildren. They are funny, silly rhyming books that make my grandchlldren laugh.
Written by a professional pet sitter and educator, this delightful picture book introduces very young children to the concepts of animal rescue, animal adoption, veterinary care, pet parents, and the overall humane treatment of dogs and cats who are lost, abandoned, unwanted, or have special needs and live out their natural lives in a safe, protected, permanent home known as an animal sanctuary.
Brenda Loew was born and brought up in Massachusetts, earned degrees in English Language and Literature from Boston University, Linguistic Science from Brown University and a Certificate in Paralegal Studies from Northeastern University. A former tenured public school speech therapist, she has two children and four grandchildren. Loew writes in several genres: children's picture books -- including Sophia's Ghost Alarm!, Spaulding Sparrow's Extraordinary Adventure, Katie's Surprise Beach Ball, Nana, Bananas, and Max, Punk Finds a Forever Home -- adult non-fiction/biography -- including Spencer Tracy, Fox Film Actor, Spencer Tracy, A Life in Pictures, Playbills To Photoplays: Stage Performers Who Pioneered The Talkies -- poetry for adults -- including EDEN Poems, Life Evolves From Living, Lost, Forgotten, Found Poems: 1982-1983. She is a member of the National Writers Union, Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators, Pet Sitters International, National Society of Professional Pet Sitters, and President of New England Vintage Film Society, Inc. Brenda Loew’s books are available on Amazon. See more at: amazon.com/author/brenda-loew
Margaryta Kuzmin is a bilingual speech pathologist who worked with the team at Bright Tales to create Baby Zoo. It's designed for children across several developmental stages and is filled with all kinds of educational concepts. In fact, she even uses it in her speech therapy sessions with kids.
She includes suggestions on how to use the book, plus the team is working on an accompanying color and activity book for it. And you can contribute to its development when you get your own copy!
Baby Zoo is a super cute board book for little kids teaching them about colors, numbers, emotions, shapes and more!
On May 24, 1869, John Wesley Powell, a one-armed Civil War veteran, and a ragtag group of nine other men set out on a river journey into the then uncharted territory of the Grand Canyon and other canyons of the West.
It took John Wesley Powell and his companions nearly 100 days and 1000 miles of surviving hot days and cold nights, boat wrecks, flash floods, sandstorms, and near starvation to complete their journey.
Mark A. Hicks is an award-winning illustrator of children's books and lots more. Mark has been an admirer of John Wesley Powell's courage and determination since childhood. He is also an admirer of the Grand Canyon and its natural beauty. Mark was born and raised in Arizona and has visited the Grand Canyon on may occasions.
Donna E. Hicks is a writer and educator. She is also an admirer and explorer of the Grand Canyon.
- A great book for kids who are afraid of the dark or afraid to be alone in their rooms.
His uncle's enormous two-story house looked old and haunted. Bodbod kept telling himself it was only for a short visit. That is, until his parents decided to spend the night. And that's when his worse fears became reality.
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About Angelina Dunbar
Angelina Dunbar grew-up on a little island in the Philippines and lived with her parents, six siblings, and her lola (grandmother). Her lola entertained them with stories of Filipino mythology, ancient creatures, and mystical worlds which charged her affinity for fantasy, mystery, and an appreciation for life. She left the island to join the U.S. Air Force, fought in wars, and traveled the world. All throughout her service, she dreamed of writing a book to share the stories that her lola told her. When she finally settled down in Florida, she wrote several books: "Tina and the Giant: The Borrower’s Cave" and the Hugz and His Friend Bugz preschool books. Angelina recently published "Bodbod's Ghost's" and is currently giving the audiobook FREE to anyone who completes this form: https://www.powr.io/plugins/contact-form/view?id=5228266&mode=page
Nancy Loewen has published nearly 130 books for children, including The LAST Day of Kindergarten, Baby Wants Mama, the Writer’s Toolbox series, and The Other Side of the Story series. She’s received awards from the American Library Association, the New York Public Library, and the Association of Educational Publishers. Nancy lives in Saint Paul and is a devoted walker and collector of weird things. Find her on Facebook and visit her website at nancyloewen.net.
So begins the charming tale of a little French girl and her favorite ball of yarn. In a flurry of activity after a soccer game, the beloved ball of yarn is lost – or so we think. A heart-warming adventure ensues involving a most unlikely cast of characters.
For every child who has lost a favorite object – may it always find its way back home…
Ella has a problem in book two of “Ella the Doggy " book series.
In "Doggy Finds Her Bone,” Ella knows that she has a big, juicy bone somewhere, but she cannot remember where she left it.
Ella looks and looks for her bone. First she looks inside the house, then she goes outside and looks for her bone.Ella looks everywhere for her bone, including in the bathroom and even a stinky old shoe!
Ella the doggy's bone is hard to find. She gets very tired, but she never gives up until she finds her bone!
Some of the educational concepts covered are colors and prepositions such as "under, "over," "on," inside, and not quitting until you achieve your goal!
Because of the full-color photos and interactive text, this book will appeal to children of many ages, from toddlers to grade school children!
Jayne Flaagan grew up in North Dakota and made the big move to Minnesota many years ago. She lives with her husband and her goofy dog named Ella. She also has three great children. Jayne's education and experience includes many years in both Elementary and Early Childhood education. She also has degrees in Advertising/Public Relations and French and can speak Spanish. She loves to travel, read, do crossword puzzles, take walks and spend time with her family, as well as having various other hobbies and past times. Books have always been a big part of Jayne’s life and reading to children is something that she feels is critical to every child's learning success.