Fortune Found recounts the adventures of a part Shawnee Indian lad, Nate Taggart, as he travels from backwoods Virginia to the goldfields of California via the Ohio River, the Mississippi, and Panama... More > in the middle of young America’s 19th century. On his journey, Nate sees much of the new nation’s ethnic diversity and learns some significant lessons before finding his fortune.< Less
Written by Year 7 students at Airds High School, "The Book That Never Made Sense" contains 18 stories about everything from dragons to talking vegetables. Do carrots turn into trees? What... More > happens when best friends turn into enemies over professional basketball? How do you defeat chocolate zombies?
The students created and voted for the cover as well as the title. You can see an animated book trailer for one of the stories at airdsbooklaunch.weebly.com.< Less
Quack! Quack! I Want My Feathers Back! is a story about six year old cousins, Willie and Bristol, and how they create a massive mess with an exploding pillow and raining feathers. In her efforts to... More > repair Willie's flat pillow, Grandma searches for feathers and finds the perfect feather donor. An animated little duck with an attitude demands his feathers back. This picture story book for five to ten year olds, teaches how old-time customs clash with contemporary paradigms in a delightful and educational story. Also a great story for adults.< Less
Faigy, the very clever baby, is a delightful, peach-fuzz topped six-week-old girl, who astounds everyone with her smart but simple solutions to any situation that presents itself, from hungry... More > penguins to catching criminals. Once you pick up Faigy, you’re not going to want to put her down. But be careful... she drools.< Less
Andey is a boy who lives in his imagination.
He travels to far off worlds and exotic locations searching for hidden treasure, rescuing his friends from danger and thwarting the bad guys’... More > evil plans.
Come join Andey the Adventurer, Bianca the Beautiful & Calvin the Courageous as they use their imaginations to go on unforgettable adventures. You can travel with them to their own imaginary world, called the The Imaginerium.
Prepare yourself for for an experience that will take you right into the action along with Andey and his loyal friends. Angry alligators, tree trolls and swinging monkeys are no match for what your mind can dream up.
Adventure awaits!< Less
"Oh, What Is The Time?" takes you through the day of a little boy. He rises with the alarm clock, eats his breakfast, goes to school, plays in the afternoon, and eats dinner before going to... More > bed - all while he is learning how to tell time. With Kent's rhythm and rhymes, "Oh, What Is The Time?" is the perfect read for children of any age - particularly those learning the concept of time.< Less
Moon Shadow is a snow-white Siberian husky who loves running in the yard and chasing squirrels. She would love to be friends with the squirrels, but they always run away. But one day after she uses... More > her wily dog skills to chase a brown, bushy squirrel up a tree, Moon Shadow finally gets her opportunity.
While perched on a branch next to Cloud the squirrel, Moon Shadow tells her she would like to be friends. But Cloud has never been friends with a dog—only other squirrels. As the husky and squirrel talk the day away, they soon discover that what once seemed impossible is not impossible at all!
Moon Shadow Takes a Leap is a story about courage, acceptance of differences, and an unlikely friendship between two furry creatures.< Less
Cal begins his day much like any other, playing with his favorite toy outside on the lawn. But this day he decides to adventure out into the Dark Forest and see what there is to be afraid of. His Pop... More > warned him not to go near the Dark Forest, but Cal thinks he is brave enough to scare away any monsters or ghouls that he may find.< Less
Keana lives in Memphis Tennessee with her parents Larone and Patrice Woodard. She is a sister to DuWayne Woodard. She is a 10th grade student attending High School.
Keana experienced a life changing... More > event. It caused her loose focus, moral and ethical values. After suffering with shame she shared that event with her parents and together they healed. She is writing to help other teenage girls understand the need to reach to their guardians, parents or a responsible adult when confronted with a difficult situation.< Less
The Adventures of T and T is a parable that teaches children (and adults) some important life-lessons through two ostriches. The main characters want MORE in their lives. The ordinary just... More > won’t do. They get more: more then they ever imagined from sources they never expected.
The real adventures began when they heard a voice saying: “I am your Guide, your Companion, the captain of your adventure. Go with Me or don’t go at all. You decide. If you go with Me, things will go well. If you don’t, watch out for trouble or go home. What do you choose?”
T and T’s answer started with, “We choose to follow You.” The result: the world changed.
So dear ones, do you want more? You, too, have a choice to make. I will say you won’t be sorry if you accompany T and T as they are Guide-d. Enjoy!< Less
A warm and empowering book about becoming a big kid. Big kids can ride scooters, drink milkshakes, and sleep on the top bunk! But sometimes they still need cuddles, too. A great book for kids in... More > transition, including potty training or separating at preschool. And for kids who just want to celebrate growing up. Big kids are super, stupendous, whizbang huzzah!< Less
What happened? How did we get here? Those are the two questions that have been asked since we realized we were no longer in Kansas. I guess pretty much everything came with us, too. Which also leaves... More > us the questions - what did we leave behind and how are we going to survive?
It was tornado season and watching for tornados is how most people passed the time. Seriously, it was that or watch the wheat grow – which do you think you would do? Small town life is great in some ways, but entertainment is not one of them. Try being a 17 year old in a town of 1000 that has one grocery store, one convenience store, a library, 9 churches and 3 bars. You take your entertainment were you can find it.
Everyone always said that we were safe from tornados. Some Indian legend about the way the creeks crossed or something. I, for one, thought they might be right. Our little town had been in the same place for over 140 years without getting hit, so really, what were the odds of it happening now, right?< Less
Artie is a bunny who lives in an art studio. He finds himself having to share it with a new bunny named Loofah. Children will love the playful characters, funny pranks, and discovering their inner... More > artist.< Less
Come visit the zoo with poet Sy Brandon and illustrator Candace Schoonover. Sy's poem "A Day at the Zoo"describes ten different scenes in a lighthearted humorous manner. Candace's... More > full-color illustrations leave the featured animal uncolored so that it can be colored in by the reader.< Less
Stella's BIG Wish is a story about a small white dwarf star who wishes she could be as big as the her red giant friends.
Written for both children and adults, it's a story about embracing the... More > things about ourselves we might not alway feel so confident in.< Less
Children as well as adults will enjoy the artist’s skill in portraying these beautiful birds. In this busy world, take time to not only admire birds but learn from the following descriptions... More > how their character traits are much like ours.< Less
Sixteen-year-old Aimee doesn't like to touch people. One touch and she sees their past. One graze over her skin and she can see all the good and bad deeds a person has ever done. It isn't until a... More > bomb explodes during lunch that she realizes exactly how many dirty secrets the students in her school harbors-or exactly how far one of them would go to keep his secrets safe.< Less
The fairies were about to celebrate their Summer Solstice when they heard "Boom, boom, crash, skreech." What was going on?
This fiction fantasy book is for middle-years school youths and... More > those who have big imaginations. Whether you are a pre-teen, a teenager or an adult, you will find this story of two perspectives very interesting. The story is told from two points of view, one, a fairy grandmother, Jasmine, who belongs to the elder fairy council and, from the only boy in a set of triplets, Terry. You go back and forth as you hear Jasmine’s and Terry’s side of the story. Read the story and see how the same events are seen to be very different depending upon how you look at things. Near the end, the Narrator’s Voice comes across. So, come and enjoy the story of the “Northern Lake Adventures: The Encounter” and see what happens.< Less
Felix is an enthusiastic kid who loves his dog Cosmo, school, and two best friends, until the November day Dave Spangler moves to town. Spangler gives him a horrible nickname, and Felix begins to... More > doubt everything. On Thanksgiving night, he walks his dog, looks up in the sky, and notices something that takes the roller coaster ride of the week back up again. However, Spangler isn’t through with him yet. Tai and Kelsey have his back, and so do a lot of others, even if he doesn’t know it. He tries to handle everything by himself, especially being picked on, because being called a name really can’t be that bad, can it? The last thing he wants to do is tattle.< Less
High school graduate, Evelyn Tucker, has been raised solely by her father for the majority of her life. The summer after she graduates, Evelyn is forced to grin and bear it through a trip to... More > Charleston, South Carolina where she stays with her mother and sister during these grueling and tedious months. However, Evelyn begins to connect with her sister on a deeper level and get a faint understanding of what drove her family apart.
Unsatisfied with all of her new questions, a quest begins when she returns home that will lead her to discover the dirty truth about her family's past. Follow Evelyn Tucker on the biggest trip of her life where she encounters laughs, love, and a whole lot of surprises.< Less