Not for seven long migrations have there been any openings on the elite and honored Avian Flock. At only 100 birds strong, few have the strength and stamina needed to pass the rigorous Trials to earn... More > membership into this most respected group of birds.
As a tiny hummingbird, Flit has little chance at making it into the Avian Flock. Struggling against many obstacles, including his own self-doubt and the meddlesome crow named Pitchel, Flit is prepared to work his tail off to prove he has what it takes to fly with the Avian Flock.< Less
It is nearly Christmas and the Wells family had just moved to their small town. Eight-year-old Nicholas was lonely and in need of a friend. He would soon learn that the good friend we need is as... More > close as our front yard.< Less
A modern take on classic fairy tales for the parent wanting to raise their children with a sense of fairness and equality. Skeptic parents enjoy sharing these stories ,with a critical thinking... More > twist, with their children.< Less
KULCHA COLORING BOOKS presents: MUSIC & MOVEMENTS. 32 pages of educational, historical and family fun. This color book includes, not only coloring pages of important people in recent history, but... More > crossword puzzles, search and finds and more. Children will be excited to see images of people that they have heard of, but have been a part of changing the course of history!!!< Less
High school freshman T.J. Jackson thinks his summer will be a drag when his widowed dad dumps him off for a vacation with his Uncle Mike, a Park Ranger at the Gettysburg National Battlefield, Aunt... More > Terri, and his geeky adopted cousin LouAnne. But T.J. is in for a few surprises. For starters, Gettysburg isn’t the boring Civil War town he expected. A ghostly Confederate cavalier has been terrorizing nightly visitors to the battlefield. And LouAnne isn’t so geeky anymore- she’s become a sassy beauty who leaves him breathless. Things escalate when the cousins, aided by T.J.’s quirky friend Bortnicker from back home in Connecticut - who also has his eye on the lovely LouAnne - attempt to solve a murder mystery that has the local police, park rangers and paranormal investigators in a panic. Because how do you stop an undead killer from 1863 from wreaking havoc in the 21st Century?< Less
This story takes place in an Amerindian village by the majestic Kanuku Mountains of the Rupununi region of Guyana. A lonely little girl finds friendship in the unlikeliest of places. Showcasing daily... More > life and culture of the indigenous people of Guyana, this story will be enjoyed by Guyanese and non-Guyanese of all ages.< Less
This story tells the exciting tale of a brave dog who one day, overcomes a lifetime of bullying and is transformed into a hero and leader of the pack. Set in the unique Rupununi region of Guyana,... More > South America, it will educate, entertain, and inspire Guyanese and non-Guyanese of all ages.< Less
These are books we love to read, and we hope you will too! Ms. Moore's 2012-2013 Third Graders created this book originally as an enhanced ePUB eBook using Book Creator for iPad. (www.redjumper.net)... More > Download a free version of this as an enhanced ePUB eBook (with student audio recordings) on http://ebooks.playingwithmedia.com/moore.< Less
The Walking School Bus is a story about a boy who learns it is more fun to walk to school then take the big old school bus. The boy Cassimere skips, walks, and sings his way to school each day with... More > his friends and classmates. Promoting fun, exercise, and good health along the way.< Less
Drew is an android. From the very beginning of her existence, she has been programed by her creators to understand her superiority and overwhelming responsibilities. She was created for a mission, a... More > mission more important than anything she could ever have imagined.
Drew is sent to a high school to observe the humans and report back to her creators. But when she begins to form friendships with these humans and starts feeling strange human emotions, she doubts the creators’ ways of dealing with her and wonders whether her mission is as wonderful as it once seemed.
As Drew falls deeper and deeper into the mystery surrounding her mission and her creation, she’s suddenly left with a choice. Does she follow through with what she’s known all her life or does she act on what she now knows is right?< Less
Many legends recall Saint Brigid’s generosity as she traveled across Ireland in a chariot caring for all she met. The story of Saint Brigid and the King’s Wolf recalls her kindness to the... More > people of her village, Kildare, as well as the wild animals of the forest.
Saint Brigid’s day is February 1. Woven rush crosses are hung over doors for goodluck and oat breads are left on windowsills as a reminder to share food with those in need. In Ireland, this date marks the beginning of the new growing season when the soil begins to warm and the spring season will begin.< Less
Amber and Robert are two teenagers, just trying to fit in. Both attending Riverside High, Robert is a freshman who gets bullied to the point of wanting to end his life, and Amber is just a normal... More > girl that falls into peer pressure and ends up making the wrong decisions that make her world turn upside down. They both end up knowing each other, but the society that they are living in, ends up killing both of them. Read as you venture on a journey of the lives of two normal teenagers, that end up going through life threatening situations that ends up changing their lives forever.< Less
This is a collection of stories from students in grades 2 and 3 from The International School Nido de Aguilas in Santiago, Chile.
They each wrote a personal narrative, and a fiction story during the... More > school year.
The stories are full of fantasy.
Children and their parents will enjoy reading these stories.< Less