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by Wendy K Gray
The 1982 hailstorm stole Otis Oaktree's courage! How will ever he get it back? Sing the Stop-Think-Act song and problem-solve with Bethany Butterfly at the Magical ABC Sidewalk, of course! Which path will lead him to his courage; Option A, B or C? Let the adventure begin! Sidewalk Stories is a multi-platform series of problem-solving books, coloring books, audio books and songs for kids!
Sidewalk Stories How Otis Oaktree Opened His Eyes written by Wendy K Gray and Kia... more
by Nia RoseWitches and wizards and spells, oh my! Enter the world of Raen, turn left at the land of dragons, and you’ll find yourself in the country of Aeristria. A place overflowing with magic and creatures that were once only heard of in fairy-tales. In the heart of Aeristria is the capital city, Tolvade. Here you will find shops and taverns, laughter and fun, runesmiths looking for their next job and sneaky pickpocketing imps. Steer clear of the galloping gang of centaurs and you will see the headqua... more
by Wendy K Gray
Sammie Squirrelly has been caught with lemonade that doesn't belong to him. What should he do? Sing the Stop-Think-Act song and problem-solve with Bethany Butterfly at the Magical ABC Sidewalk, of course! Which path will he choose; Sidewalk Option A, B or C? Hmm, dilemmas like this one are worth a few tries. Sidewalk Stories is a multi-platform series of problem-solving books, coloring books, audio books and songs for kids!
Sidewalk Stories The Lemonade Landing Mat written... more
by Jacqueline PrataFortune Cookie Surprise! is a story of a young girl that realizes over dinner at a Chinese restaurant that she is much like a fortune cookie. She brings her family together and adds the finishing touch just like a cookie adds the final touch to the meal. The message is simple but important - that each of us is unique with a special gift or message inside, and can impact our world no matter what age, race, gender or family structure.
by Vladimir SretkovicHow can a sparrow get colors? What is needed for this? Well, he needs the Magpie, the Owl, Bird Sorceress and….the adventure can begin. Sparrow and his friends will come across a great number of obstacles that they will have to cope with, with the aid of their intelligence, cunningness and pure and brave heart during this incredible journey The Crow, Lord Eagle and Paradise bird will additionally make it hard on them. Will Sparrow achieve his goal? How will his friends help him? Will he ... more
by Sarah Giles
With his best friend Miguel by his side, Max never thought about the fact that he was a little different and kind of shy. But now that Miguel has moved away, Max has to figure out how to make new friends and he has no idea how it all works. To make matters worse, he only has one month to do it before the new school year starts. YIKES!
In Fitting Out: The Friendship Experiment, the first in a new series from debut author Sarah Giles, 10-year-old Max sets out to make new friends, usi... more
by A. AnonCan someone break through the boundaries they are subconsciously taught to place on other people? Ivy wants more from life. She wants more than her double-wide trailer, more than her dead father and drunk mother, and more than her clearance rack clothes. Her one comfort is the quirky and unpredictable Magnus: childhood best friend and member of the Dead Parent's Club. New student Alex might be her ticket to graduation. Alex has it all: an award-winning neurosurgeon for a mother, a wo... more
by Adriana Pernetz
Once in a Forest is a timeless narrative, both amusing and insightful — a perfect tool for teaching children the value of friendship and camaraderie in life.
Animals in the forest are having a hard time accepting each other's differences. One day, an unlikely friendship shows the forest that differences are what the woodland creatures need to bring happiness to all.
by Cynthia S. Wildridge
Can a bunny learn to count? He was a long way from home . . . and he was very hungry!
The artistry of this tale, told in watercolors and calligraphy, captures the magic of the first adventure of Bun E. Boniface, in a land where "nothing is impossible, to a valiant heart!"
by B.C.R. FeganWhen Reginald finds a mouse in his bookstore, he will stop at nothing to catch the pesky critter. Even if it means building the world's greatest mousetrap. Unfortunately for Reginald, the mouse always seems to be one step ahead.
by Stacey GerhartNobody Knows the Stories of the Animals like Pippin... The wildlife lawbreakers get more than they bargain for when Pippin and her friends unite to protect the baby animals in the wetlands. It’s an imperfect world, but Pippin understands the struggles of the wildlife. Her single, almost secret, superpower is to interpret animal languages. When Pippin and her animal friends unite their special skills in this hilarious adventure, they are empowered to protect the wetlands and wildlife from the la... more
by Aisha AdeleIf you have just got your dream job for which you have been studying all your life for then welcome to the adult life. Now that you will be making your own money, you will also be paying your own bills and tasting the freedom because you are financially independent. However, just like how you would expect a good pay and respect from your job, in return you must also give something. This article focuses on the things every employee should do and know about his/her job.
You Can Be Re... more
by Holly CarringtonLife is busy in Camille's house. While she plays with toys and slime, her mom is busy cleaning dishes and doing laundry. Camille and her little brother start to think their mom forgets what fun is. One day, they discover their mom has changed..for the better!
by Jerri J. PircFollow Kate Caboodle as she and her family of animals move again. Join them as they load the old red truck with even more of their bits and pieces. See if you can spot the clues as to where they may be moving next...
by Jerri J. PircKate Caboodle's family of animals has grown so big that she needs to move house. She gets out her old red truck and has fun fitting them all in.
by Erin SpauldingMom and Eden have a fun tour guide when they visit the local orchard.