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    by Brenda Mohammed
    The poems in the poetry book SOOTHING POETRY: in English and Spanish by Author Brenda Mohammed are didactic, fun to read, and full of hope and insight. The Spanish versions were translated by Dr. Arabella Persaud, a College Professor of Los Angeles in the USA. Dr. Persaud also wrote the Foreword to the book and Shiju H Pallithazheth, President and Founder of Motivational Strips, the world’s most active writers’ Forum, wrote the Introduction. The collection has interests for every reader... more
  • A Road Travelled: Poetry to Delight

    by Brenda Mohammed
    A ROAD TRAVELLED is the author’s 25th published book and her third book on Poetry featuring a wide range of inspirational poems on Love, Love’s woes, Travel, Happiness, and effects on life during lockdown at the time of CoVid 19. The Book Cover was designed by Mary L Schmidt and depicts the author’s inclination to write poetry during light-bulb moments. Besides Poetry to delight by the author, you will find amazing tributes for Author Brenda Mohammed from fellow authors: Shiju H Pallith... more
  • Dreams of the Heart: A Poetry Collection

    by Brenda Mohammed
    Dreams of the Heart: A Poetry Collection, is a selection of unique poems written by award-winning author Brenda Mohammed. The author will transport you into several different worlds with her mesmerizing and tantalizing poetry. Sit back, relax, and enjoy this book if you need to lift your spirits
  • When Mommy Goes Away

    by Eva M. Cotton
    A two year old loses his mother to Leukemia and has to learn to navigate life without her. In the voice of poetry, he shares the ups and downs of his life without a mommy.
  • Inspired by Gina

    by Regina Blaylock
    Inspired by Gina is a collection of fifty poems that will encourage readers to look more deeply at their lives and their relationship with God. Organized topically into nine sections, the poems focus on elements of the Christian life. Author Regina Marie Blaylock highlights her own spiritual journey with an emphasis on faith, renewed hope, courage, and love. She also finds inspiration in the triumph of others. A volunteer trip to help survivors of the Katrina hurricane sparked her poems on the... more
  • The Great Book of Poems

    by Hadeel Rashed
  • Twenty: In Memoriam

    by Edward Vidaurre
    Poets and artists joined together to create Twenty: In Memoriam--in response to the tragic school shootings at Sandy Hook Elementary, in Newtown, Connecticut, on Dec. 14, 2012. This poetry collection is an offering to the children, parents, families, and teachers of Sandy Hook Elementary School, and to the community of Newtown, Connecticut. Poets and artists from across the U.S. humbly offer this anthology in hopes of providing a literary embrace in the face of tragedy, with works about loss and... more
  • David's Pretzels

    by Helen Holder

    David's Pretzels is an alphabet book that is not only fun to read aloud and great for 4 to 6-year-olds to learn letter names and sounds but also helps with pre-reading skills such as the structure and pattern of books (left to right reading, left page first), the feature analysis of letterforms and letter orientation, and how we talk about letters and words. It features some unusual words and encourages expanding your vocabulary.


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  • I Love You Far Away

    by Lora Forbush
    Take a trip around the solar system and teach your child how far your love for them goes. Written for all ages, this book will remind your child that your love doesn't stop at the moon. "I Love You Far Away" can be used to start the discussion about space, planets, astronomy or even, aliens! Enjoy the journey.
  • Beyond the Graveyard: Ghostly Encounters

    by L. Buckley

    "When One Coffin Closes, Another One Opens." Spirits roam far beyond the graveyard in this haunting collection of "Young Adult" verse told ghost stories. 



  • The Children Were With Me In The Woods Today

    by Kimball Love
    A tale of a woman and two children on an adventure through a busy day in the natural world. The poem identifies many colorful critters, their behaviors, and habitats expressed through various landscapes and colorful seasons. The magic and mystery of Mother Nature is the glory of the story.
  • Feet In The Sand

    by Sakshi Singh
    Raiit Mein Paanv (Feet In The Sand) is a bilingual poetry book about the stories of the sand and the sea, of you and me. It focusses on the need of the hour to save our earth and clean our planet in a fun and childlike way!
  • Nonsense Poems for Kids

    by Antonina Novarese (illustrations), Edward Lear (text)

    This illustrated volume holds forty of Edward Lear’s limericks. Meet an Old Man with a beard, a Young Lady of Ryde, and many more of Lear's waggish and extravagant characters, beloved by generations of readers, young and old.

  • Party Monsters

    by Jason R. Van Pelt
    Party Monsters puts the holiday of Mardi Gras into the spotlight. It is amusing and educational. There's a monster of a party and the reader is invited!
  • Holding Up the Sky

    by Lois Wickstrom
    Colleen's dad is a giant. He walks around town with his hands in the air. He says he's holding up the sky. Nobody believes him. One day he puts his hands down. Now, what will happen? The decision is up to his daughter.
  • Marie's Big Adieu - A story of moving away from a friend.

    by Tamara Rittershaus
    Moving is hard, especially when you leave your best friend behind. When Marie moves from the country to the city, will she have to say goodbye to her friend forever? A rhyming story of friendship for anyone who's said a big adieu. Marie's Big Adieu acknowledges the fear and grief of those big goodbyes and validates the child's struggles in new situations.