More than anything, little Dakota wants to win Pleasant Mount Sunday school's Easter egg hunt. Indeed, she was the only child who had never won. Dakota's Easter Wish is the humorous but touching... More > story of how a child's quest for a prize leads to a "malodorous" outcome. This read-to-me book is especially suited for children ages 3 to 8. Written by Vasilisa Hamilton, illustrations by Kerry McCaughan.< Less
What is a nanometer? What things are measured in nanometers? Is a red blood cell bigger or smaller than a bacteria? Step down in size to find out the answers and learn about different types of units... More > that are used to measure very tiny things.< Less
What is a robot, and how small can robots be? Are there robots the size of a hand? How about the size of a strand of hair? Can a robot be as tiny as a single molecule? Learn what makes a robot a... More > robot, then step down in size and find out which robots are real and which are science fiction.< Less
Tawny was so excited! Tomorrow is Duke's birthday. Well not exactly it's just the day that her parents brought him home and to celebrate Momma is allowing her to have a party and not just any party... More > a Big Birthday Bash!! She can invite her friends and their pets too! Tawny has big plans for this party; a part of the fun will be elephants, monkeys, ferrets, and birds. Oh my! She even had to put the finishing touches on Duke's birthday hat to mark the day. Momma was making a special cake too. Tawny was all set to prepare for the party she even got Jessie to help her with the finishing touch. Only problem is Ms. Ransal over heard them making plans and she told the whole class. Now everyone wants to come and Momma said, 'Just a few friends.' What will Tawny do? Will she get to make Duke's Big Birthday Bash the best ever or will her house be turned into a zoo instead?< Less
A captivating and charming children's story book about TESS A Little Lady with Big Ideas. The story begins with Tess coming to America on a big ship with her sisters and brothers. Tess had a vivid... More > imagination and she shared her innovative, energetic way of looking at life with everyone around her. As the years went by, Tess began to lose her memory and eventually her dreams. Her family and friends rallied around her and helped her remember the things that were near and dear to her. This book will keep her dreams alive forever and ever.< Less
BJ and the Bully is a fictional narrative which addresses the seriousness of bullying. The events and settings could have happened in any neighborhood, and are meant to provoke thought and discussion... More > about bullying from the perspectives of the bully, the bullied, and the bystanders. Furthermore, the original illustrations are purposely left without color so that this work may also serve as a therapeutic activity book. Individuals, organizations, classes, or focus groups will benefit from its contents.< Less
Have you ever wondered what life would be like for Barbie and Ken before the peak of their perfect existence? In this new imagining, Nicolette Barbie Evans and Kenji McCoy were destined to become art... More > partners their senior year of high school. The only problem is that she is a beauty queen and he is a social outcast. Through the final semester of their senior year they both come to the realization that they are not so different from each other after all. With elderly companions who talk like sailors, “populars” who abuse their bodies, and a desire to love no matter what the cost, told in the point of views of both Barbie and Ken, How Barbie met Ken will make a refreshing splash in the Young Adult/New Adult genre.< Less
Willow Olivia Wren is an 8-year-old writer, artist and musician. She adores animals and all living critters and has written this book in tribute to her ladybug, Strawberry.
Ladybugs seek warmth in... More > the winter months. Willow found Strawberry and the two shared a unique friendship. She would even let her little ladybug out for daily flying exercises and the tiny beetle would return to her.
Willow cared well for Strawberry, then one day, her little legs got caught in the netting of her habitat.
With love and patience, Willow helped Strawberry heal. It has all been captured on video which will be released soon in conjunction with this book. Willow lives her mantras:
Never give up on what you believe in!
Little kids can make a big difference!
She hopes this book will inspire other children to always be kind to animals and never give up on a dream.< Less
Sherlock Fox and his good friend Watson Badger are the forest's greatest detectives. They're always busy solving mysteries for the other animals. Join Sherlock and Watson today and help them along... More > the way!< Less
I am a poet and an Author. I have been writing poetry all my life.
I finally started publishing the past couple of years. I am from the Carolina’s. I moved to Tennessee fifteen years ago.
I... More > have six poetry books published and One Novel called “Brooke”. I am writing the sequel to “Brooke” now called “Brooke and Nick”.
I have published three cookbooks and Valentine’s Kisses is my fourth cookbook, featuring different poets and Authors and all of our favorite recipes from all over the world.
I am working on nine Children’s books one for each of my grandchildren.
“Madison and Zusie the Zebra”
“Aaron’s Monkey World”
And now my third children’s book is
Ms. M&M and the Princess Franchesca.
I am a retired grandmother of nine and have two sons.
I have a wonderful husband that supports my writing.< Less
Providing adopted children and families the understanding of the process through domestic open adoption. To strengthen relationships between the adoptive and birth families and to educate young... More > adopted children on how they came to their adoptive families and how much love and bravery is involved with this process.< Less
Secondary Prep. Athlete. Prep. Druggie. Psycho Nobody. Genius Nerd. They aren’t supposed to be compatible. She is that really quiet girl, the one who’s always clutching a notebook to her... More > chest when you pass her in the hallway. He is your regular walking letter jacket, enlisted in every sport, able to party off the pressure of being number one. She is so typical in her salon blond hair and five-inch pumps…but you know you’re dying to walk a day in a pair of shoes like hers. He is…well, you aren’t sure, but the cigarette box sticking out of his back pocket gives you a good clue. She is just plain freaky, from her green hair to her fishnets, except there’s nothing plain about her, and you don’t want to know why. He is a major A+ dweeb, words always getting stuck in his braces on their way out, not doubt addicted to his game console. But they have one thing in common: music. And one song has the power to change everything.< Less
This book is about learning about autism while the two main characters, Kyle and Gloria, a big green gecko, forms a bond while riding on rollerblades. As they cruise around the park, Gloria learns... More > more about Kyle's disability.< Less
Taylor Lee Parker, who once lost herself to the city of Bridge Port has found home again. But her new life in her old world doesn't remain peaceful for long. Her gift as a Visionary soon connects... More > her with a seven year old child named Gracie Johnson. Taylor Visions the next chapter of Gracies life, and is shocked by the horror. Immediately Taylor rushes to save the young girl's destiny... but ends up finding herself along the way. Between love, horror and loyalty, Taylor is thrown through a whirl wind of emotions. Gracie's life now depends on Taylor's next decision. Will she succeed or loose it all in the process?< Less
While playing hooky from summer camp, two girls happen upon a forest nymph who delivers them to the mysterious land of Sofia, where they must answer seven riddles presented by seven mythological... More > characters to return home.< Less