A chapter book for young readers seven to nine years of age
Our story begins as seven year old, Princess Emery searches for her cats in the isolated back hallways of the castle. Investigating a... More > strange light at the bottom of the tower stairs, she unexpectedly finds herself in the room of “forgotten characters”. With the help of a pirate, a ballerina, a circus ringmaster and a dragon, Emery must discover how to help each of her new friends return to their stories while discovering her own story’s ending.
The Light at the Bottom of the Stairs is part of the Thisseldar series. However, it is a stand-alone story. Thisseldar books do not need to be read in order. The stories tell the adventures of Princess Emery and Prince Ryan who live in the imaginary Kingdom of Thisseldar.< Less
For ages 3 to 5 years.
With the city blanketed in a deep snow, Ryan's dad is worried about how he will get to work. However, four year old, Ryan, knows just what to do. With the help of his snow... More > blower, snowplow, dump truck, front loader, and a train, he clears the streets so that his dad can safely get to work.< Less
Emerald, a woodland fairy, has been sent on an urgent mission to the Kingdom of Thisseldar. Her only traveling companion is a tortoise named Cinnamon. With the help of Princess Emery and Prince Ryan,... More > they must out-smart some clever trolls in order to find "That Which Has Been Lost" and save all of Fairydom.
This is a chapter book intended for readers between 7 and 10 years of age.< Less