This is a book written about a four year old's adventures when visiting Florida. She has special Florida pets, Florida grandparents and a special interest in hunting GATORS at the Plantation in... More > Florida. This book makes us smile upon the adventures of Keira Belle!< Less
Over the last few years Angharad and I have written a number of pretty much standalone Gabysodes for various competitions and events. Some of these have been widely seen on the internet, others have... More > only limited distribution.
I thought it would be nice to bring a selection of these tales together in one single volume so if you have missed their previous appearances or simply like to see Gaby in print, this one’s for you.< Less
Young Rylen Alumak, the Director of Archives of the Gustavor Museum and and his sidekick Havenrose Courtier, the elevator attendant crack an ancient code to the building's elevator that opens its... More > doors to a previously inaccessible floor that is home to the Sand Swamps of Akrabul, a place with a history of dangers including the Akrabulian Wonder. Will the children find what they are looking for and bring it safely back to the museum?< Less
The prestigious Litmore Academy has sent its students on an extended field trip to Chicago. Among them are students Arisa, Gabby, and Brandon. Arisa— sweet, demure, shy, and lonely— is... More > best friends with Gabby, one of the more well-known, garrulous, and fashion-conscious girls at Litmore. Lacking confidence in her- self, Arisa prefers staying in with a good book, but Gabby will have none of it and drags her out on the town. Which is where she bumps into Brandon, the cutest and most popular guy in school. Suddenly, the Windy City is blowing the winds of change…and romance…Arisa’s way. Will she embrace them?< Less
This is a children's picture book about two religions coming together to celebrate as one. You will learn about the Pagan concept of Ostara and Easter. Inside the book parents will find fun... More > activity's to do with your children!< Less
This children's book is about repairing attachment wounds. As a little turtle, Telly does not feel safe with the grown up turtles and as a result was not able to trust others and would hide inside... More > her shell. This worked for her while she was young but when she grew up she wanted to have relationships with others and had to learn how to come out of her shell and to connect with others. She learns how to do this with the help of a wise owl.< Less
This children’s book is about physical and verbal abuse and the feelings the child feels as a result. Often when children are abused, they blame themselves. This book gives the message that it... More > is never a child’s fault that their parents are making unsafe decisions.
Many children feel that they were not treated well because there is something wrong with them. This book gives many important messages including that every child deserves to be treated with love, and it is never a child’s fault when their parents hurt them. It also educates the child about normal emotional responses such as anger, self-blame, sadness, and guilt. This book helps the child to understand the role abuse plays in their lives.< Less
More Little Poems About Everything is the second in a series of 'poem and picture' books written by Nina Hackman. Serious and funny poems that touch the life of the writer have been matched to... More > photographs and digital art by the author. More Little Poems About Everything is fun to read and a visual treat as well. It would be particularly easy to use in a classroom or just as a good read for anyone.
Other books available at Lulu by this author are: Prairie Light A Little Book of Seasons in Pictures and Verse, Grandma's Hands, Kaleidoscope: The Animals Around Us A Flip Book Puzzle, Kaleidoscope: Our Fine Feathered Friends Flip Book Puzzle< Less
Emma is a quiet, unobtrusive high school student who also happens to be queer. Her high school history class is turned upside down by a visit from her 'Fairy Queen Godmother,' Kinsey Scale and his... More > Gaggle of Historical Gays.
Written in collaboration with LGBTQIA Homeless Youth, Queering History explores how our world might be different if LGBTQIA history was taught in our schools.
A multi-character play for ages 14 and up, Queering History is the perfect script for a high school theatre program, a Gay/Straight Alliance, audition monologues for youth, or for any young person frustrated by the lack of LGBTQIA history taught in their schools.
Queering History: High School Version offers an age-appropriate version of the script for youth performance and study.
A non-High School version is also available, just search "Queering History."< Less
The story of a lonely planet whom receives a extra-terrestrial visitor whom has polluted his own planet. Includes a section where kids can write their thoughts regarding Keller's dilemma, as well as... More > what they can do to help their own planet.< Less
The Way I Am is full of all my thoughts and wishes put into stories and poems. All the storeis and poems varry from being light hearted, to making the reader think. This book was put together... More > during the class Creative Writing. I began this class thinking I would not succeed and my stories wouldn't be full of inspiration, but the topics in the class always brought out all of my thoughts. As the class went on, I noticed that my writing skills were improving and I began feeling like I could write forever. Peoms made me think, and stories made my imagination wonder.< Less
Liam is cursed with immortality and the burden of carrying out a dead witch's vengeance. Hilda, a witch of spectacular power, blames four families in Liam's village for the murder of her innocent... More > sister Gretchen. Tortured and eventually put to death for crimes of witchcraft, Gretchen carried with her three distinct scars that she received through a series of trials. Liam shares these scars--burns on his hands and feet, a gash across his chest, and the deep bruising caused by a hangman's noose--and he is charged with eradicating each of the four bloodlines so that he may earn the right to carry such scars. Until all descendants of the Goodes, Brewers, Millers, and Spensers are dead, Liam will have a tortuously long existence, void of love or meaning outside of death. Ana, a young woman Liam meets during his quest, is quick to realize the details of Liam's plight and offers to join him as he hunts down a man who has been stalking him and even killing the few people he calls his friends.< Less
These are real people brave enough to share their life stories. They do not seek pity, nor wish to make feel guilty their bullies, their parents, or anyone that has done them wrong. They all have a... More > story to share with hopes that those who are going through the same things realize they are not alone, and that those who do not understand the thought of suicide will develop if not an understanding, then an acceptance of that that is considered not “normal.” If you are experiencing some of what’s happening in this book, you are not alone. If you are someone that thinks these things only happen to “crazy” people, I encourage you to open your mind and open your heart to these stories and possibly walk away from this with an understanding of what drives people to do what they do. Until now, you’ve lived in the light of life. Welcome to the world hidden in the shadows.< Less
While trying to fight off a gang of neighborhood cats who are trying to steal his paw charm, Oreo the cat trains Devin to become a super stealth Ninja to help him protect her younger brother Everett... More > ("Sneakers"). Little do they know that these cats are working for the evil Gwa Gwa who has promised them the powers of the paw charm. Follow the adventures of Oreo, Ninja Devin and Sneakers as they battle the Gwa Gwa and his legion that includes Junior Eggface ("boxer"), Ambrosia ("musician"), Peanut Brittle ("break dancer") and Cupcakes ("video director").< Less
Simple learning exercises designed to encourage your child to further develop and practice writing skills. The book is easy to use, has simple graphics, uncluttered pages and has reinforcing... More > exercises to build your child’s confidence as newly acquired skills emerge and are refined.< Less
Meet Peetleberry Pumpkinhead, the very curious little pumpkin headed boy, who explores imaginary worlds, meeting very interesting and whimsical characters and helping them along the way.
Come join... More > Peetleberry in his adventures as he helps the Shoe-Buh-Doos find the missing Cobbler King by splashing through ponds, climbing rocky hills, and solving word puzzles in his first imaginary adventure.< Less
Alphabet Soup for Enduring the Road is a children's book about coping skills with intertwined poems that are on the same topic. This book gleans ideas from psychology on how to keep positive during... More > trying times, touches on eating more healthfully and how to be assertive when around negative people. It creates easy guidance in alphabetized concise pieces on micromanaging every day thoughts and activities.< Less
Blake is excited about going to a new school and making new friends. Blake's teacher instructs his classmates on a new game called "Hand Under Hand" because Blake is visually impaired. ... More > "Hand Under Hand" promotes thoughtful friendship between Blake and his new friends because they learn to speak softly and to place their hands beneath Blake's hands to share new things with him!< Less
This fascinating, adventurous epic will mesmerize and entertain all ages. The mystery of Princess Citlali and the Great Civilization of the Aztec Indians will mystify all and capture the heart of the... More > whole family with a beguiling, extraordinary, beautiful Princess and her mysterious life. Travel through the corridors of the elegant, hypnotizing Great Palace and find out the shocking secret of the Aztecs! The 1st book in the "Around the World Princess Collection!" Beautifully hand-painted water color artwork for your enjoyment! Purchase all three handcopy Princess books and receive a FREE Gold, Jeweled Tiara & Scepter for your Special Princess...for details visit: www.StarTheToothFairy.com or www.TwinkleBooks.com< Less
The Latchkey Kids seek the pieces of an ancient statue to release a spirit that haunts their classroom. The children have to face their fears, the torment of bullies, the trials of illnesses and... More > worst of all, an adult world that scarcely acknowledges them. Written for children and adults ages 8+.
Cover Art by Nikki Coffman.
Teacher's Guide now available at author's lulu.com storefront.< Less