Four young girls set off on a magical journey when one of them unlocks the power of an ancient necklace. Join Kayla, Faith, Ava, and Rosie as they explore the Land of Dragons, make new friends, and... More > go on exciting adventures. The Land of the Dragons is the first book in the Magic Gems series.< Less
Wilber the elephant and his family experiences the loss of electricity to there home town. This booklet is intended to help parents explain to children what to do during Electrical Power Outages. It... More > is the first book in a Series on Basic Electical Power Engineering for young students.< Less
Dekodiphukan (pronounced decode-if-you-can) is a popular children’s storybook that is both entertaining and educational. When used as part of the Baratta-Lorton Reading Program, it introduces... More > children to the 44 sounds or phonemes that make up all the words in the English language. As a kindergarten teacher said in her Amazon.com review, “This is the best way for kids to learn sounds…”. Since 1985, when Dekodiphukan was first published, the book has been a child-favorite inside of school and out.< Less
The Dream Box helps solve a real life, common dilemma--what to do when a child has a bad dream. Disguised as a picture book, this story will delight child and parent alike, especially those trying to... More > get rid of nightmares.
The Dream Box tells the story of Alex, a bird who is determined "to stay awake forever" after he is troubled by a series of bad dreams. When his mother's and grandmother's advice to think of "nice things" and have "happy thoughts" fails to do the trick, Alex can barely keep his eyes open in school or at home. Just in time, on his bed he finds a Dream Box, designed to get rid of nightmares permanently. By following the directions that come with the box, Alex is finally able to get a good night's sleep! The book also includes a template and suggestions for young readers who want to make their own Dream Box.< Less
A true story from the Smith Family Farm about friends standing up to a bully in the barnyard.
written by Calvin Smith
illustrated by Michael Smith
This is a zero profit book.
The price covers cost... More > of manufacturing only.< Less
Every once in a while, and sometimes even longer, the rules of nature will bend. So it was with the legend of Boston's famous harbor seal, Hoover. This illustrated children's book is based upon the... More > true story of an orphaned seal pup who learns to speak through his adopted human parents. Raised in Cundy's Harbor Maine, by George and Alice Swallow, Hoover was able to mimic the sounds of human speech, including a strong Maine accent. Eventually, the Swallows decided that Hoover needed to live at the New England Aquarium, where he became one of the most famous residents of Boston, Massachusetts.< Less
This book is designed for all kids of all ages. Let your child explore the world of cooking with tips, recipes and tricks known by world renowned chefs!
This book will show children and teens how... More > they can have fun cooking while learning the skills needed to be a chef. Our unique approach allows even pre-school children to discover the world of creating great dishes.< Less
Adventure in an old grade School, creatures from imagination come to life and a sad demise of one of man's and woman's best friends. A collection of short stories, small writings in poetry and art to... More > compliment them. Join Mr. Vince and the team at School Street School than here his wild escapades with a friend called Confusion.< Less
Lucy is has dealt with bullying and anxiety disorders her whole life. She releases tension by cutting. But one day, when one of her panic attacks goes too far she is sent to mental hospital where she... More > meets a boy named Aidan and a girl named Lucy who will forever change her life...< Less
This is a story about a Beagle dog. He thinks his job is to protect his community. One day, he checks on a friend's house and gets locked inside for 2 days. This teaches him a valuable lesson as... More > he decides to be sheriff of his street.< Less
Living with epilepsy often means to feel alone, to feel scared and ashamed. You are not alone and there is hope. William is fighting his own battle and now he has met Edgar. Together these two owls... More > learn to help each other.< Less
Read the first in a series of hilarious adventures with SUPERMORMAN and SUNBEAM GIRL-SUPERHEROES OF FLIPPIN' AWESOME RIGHTEOUSNESS!! as they tackle the Ninja Tithing Snatchers. A great read for LDS... More > children that adults will get a chuckle out of as well!< Less
A Wonderful Christmas Story Book of Santa telling 18 stories from Santa's Village.
Ho, ho, ho! Hello children and welcome to the world of Santa and all of his magical helpers.
I bet you have all... More > heard of Santa Clause, in fact I know you have because of all the millions of letters I receive each year from you all, but I imagine that most of you do not know very much about where I live and all of the creatures who live with me in the North Pole and help me make Christmas so special.
I was concerned that it is only ever Rudolph and I that seem to get the credit but the truth is that here in my Village we work together as a team so that the children of the world receive their gifts on Christmas morning. Why there are elves, gnomes, snowmen, reindeer, talking Christmas trees to name just a few.
Read this Book and you will enjoy the magic of Christmas- Merry Christmas Santa< Less
"Tomorrow's Wish" is a three-act play by Wade Bradford. It is a comedy-drama with a bit of fantasy thrown into the mix.
During the most boring summer of her life, 16 year old Megan... More > Pomerville must now deal with her strange, friendly yet embarrassing cousin: Juniper, a home-schooled teen who's been living a sheltered and secluded country life.
Megan's cynical attitude soon changes when she discovers Juniper's secret - a secret so remarkable it will change their lives forever.< 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