This is a book for Milly Schuman, a 17-month old who wakes up her parents every night. It's supposed to convince her to roll over and go back to sleep instead. . . . Update--2 years later. Milly is now 3 and still wakes up her parents. But she loves this book.
If you enjoyed reading it, try "Halina's Book," which I just finished at Storyjumper.
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)
On an island in Hawaii, Bubbles the friendly rabbit had been living as a classroom pet. He had often wished for a home of his very own, and one day his wish came true. This is a sequel to Bubbles Finds A Home.
This book is about a pirate, Captain Gardyloo, along with his parrot Pepper and their adventure to find treasure. Everything is going according to plan until an unexpected visitor interrupts their search.
This book is a list of safety tips provided by professional dog trainer, Dave McMahon. While the book was written for children, the tips are applicable to people of all ages. There are some excellent pictures provided by Illustrator, Stacey Fox that show what to do and not do around dogs. This book is always a fundraiser for a local organization called Niagara Dog Rescue. There are links in the book providing more information about Dave, Stacey, and how you can help the dog rescue.
Hope the Optimist Bear was created by the Junior Optimist Organization. It is a bear we deliver to local hospitals with a story book written about her. We do a school wide competition for a story about Hope. This story is to help the children in the hospital feel better and leaves them with a snuggly friend for the rest of their stay and beyond.
This book was written for my son. He was born at 29 weeks and he always amazed me on how strong and determined he was to overcome everything that was brought his way. This is the final book that was written since the first book was for his big sister.
I wrote this book for my granddaughter Halina, who lives in St. Louis and likes to fly all over the USA to visit family. Once she got very angry when her parents would not let her walk outside on the wing of the airplane.
Even children deal with jealousy. We must teach children to never allow jealousy to destroy friendship. Jealousy is a bad feeling, and there is no need to be jealous of anyone. Parents and teachers, please teach your children or students the value of true friendship.
This book is for children who may suffer from low self-esteem, behavior issues, and those who always feel discouraged. Sometimes all people need is ENCOURAGEMENT! Parents/teachers, be sure to always encourage your children/students, and tell them that if they work hard and have faith in themselves, they can accomplish great things in life. Take the time to ENCOURAGE someone today!
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!
This wordless picture book is a great book for parents with young children to explore together. After reading the book, take a walk around your neighborhood and see how many faces you can find hiding on the sidewalks.
Leland is a Lion who wants to be a lifeguard but is constantly told he cannot become one. However, he learns the powerful lesson that one can achieve what it is they want to achieve if they work hard and believe in themselves.
A cute story about a seal, a puffin and a moose and how each thinks they know everything. However, while each has their own "view" they each only know a part of the story. Great book to introduce children to the concept of how they should respect other people's point of view.
The tiny, multi-colored bean-shaped bears of Beandom are under attack by a monster. Even the King's wisest advisors seem unable find a solution. Who will save Beandom? Can an ordinary tiny bear step forward with a plan that works? The message of the story is: Follow your convictions even when others think differently.