Jewel is a cool girl that lives in Rainbow Forest, but something happens that might make her move from the forest! Will she have to move and never ever see her friends again? Read this book to find out!
An easy to read young children's storybook about embracing two different Asian cultures (Korean and Taiwanese). Bilingual English, Korean and Mandarin. Introduces different Asian foods like noodles in black bean sauce, soup dumplings, kimchi and more! Fun to read and enjoy for all!(Age: birth-preschool to elementary school age children)
Amelia is an angel, but she doesn't know it yet. Ever since she was a child she always wanted to fly. She lives in a small orphanage in Oregon. But when she grows wings and discovers her mother's not dead-- but alive.. Things get complicated.
This is a story of a young island girl born and raised on the island of Saipan. I wanted to write this story in a way that will get young readers engaged on the concept of cultural diversity. I considered the fact that not many kids have ever been to a beach, while others have never seen snow. As an islander, I feel that being raised by a beach, not to mention a tropical island, plays a huge impact on my culture. Thus, I wanted to share more about my island as it seems that Pacific Islanders are often underrepresented especially when teaching about cultural diversity to early childhood years.
Sarah is a sweet little girl who lives with her Mom, Dad, 2 sisters, 2 brothers and their 4 kittens and 1 cat. Sarah's mom, Mrs Evans asks Sarah to watch the kittens for her while she goes out to the store. But can Sarah keep an eye on all 4 kittens? What happens when they all get out of their cage? Read to find out!