If I could be anything, what would I be?
I think that eventually I would be me.
A boy pretends to be different animals in this warm, rhyming, picture book. In the end, he chooses to be exactly as he is. Love is the anchor that draws him home.
Chatta? No thanks. Rackette? No way! Toecheez? Ewwwww!
Brianna wants to trade-in her sister at The Sister Exchange. But will she ever find the perfect sister?
This picture book deals with sibling rivalry in a fun and creative way and reinforces the bond between siblings.
“You want us to do what?!!!”
This fun, rhyming picture book teaches more than just a new way to drink water.
The High Council of Hilltop wants the people to learn a new way to drink. But when the people find out why, everyone has something new to learn.
What is that thing? … An alien from outer space? … A strange and smelly creature? … A mysterious, roaring animal? … Or my baby sister? Using humor and imagination, “What Is That Thing?” lessens the confusion surrounding the arrival of a new baby, nurtures the bond between siblings, and eases the transition for an expanding family.
“Lightning Strikes, I count to ten. I don’t hear thunder until then.”
Science and Math come together to educate and entertain. This fun, rhyming counting book will help teach children to count backwards, and to understand the principles of lightning and thunder.
It’s a chicken! It’s a giraffe! It’s a penguin! It’s my brother? Humor and imagination come together in this entertaining picture book about sibling rivalry. When a boy accidentally changes his brother into different animals, he learns something new while trying to change him back.
Finding buried treasure, exploring outer space, and winning the World Series? Not a bad way to spend the day! In this gentle, rhyming picture book, all that’s needed is a little time, a lot of imagination and plenty of love.
This poetry collection was put together by me and thirteen other terrifyingly talented poets. It contains everything from the humorous, to the creepy, to the absolutely sinister, this collection is designed to tickle your funny bone and then perhaps, gnaw right through it.
Two favorite fairytales become one new fun-filled adventure. The Three Little Goldilocks Girls are in a heap of trouble. There’s a snoozing bear upstairs, and a windy wolf downstairs who wants to blow their house down. But which one is worse, a grumpy bear or the Big Bad Wolf?
Jacob and his grandfather like to spend time drawing pictures together. But after Papa has a stroke, Jacob is afraid that his Papa will be different. Although Papa's body is healing, Jacob discovers that the love between him and his grandfather will never change.