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  • The Boy Who Influenced the King

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    “I can influence the king,” the peasant boy said to his friend. “No you can’t!” his friend replied. “You’re just a peasant boy, and he’s the king.” The peasant boy’s boast triggers a chain of events that culminates within the palace walls. Along ...


  • That One Green Tile

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    In this rhyming, melodic story, a mother tells her little girl that somewhere in the world lives another little girl who looks just like her. This propels her daughter into a journey of the imagination, where she visits locales from Spain to Japan, ...


  • Suzy The Snoozy Fairy

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    Jamie has a hard time falling asleep after a fun and busy day. Meanwhile, a kind, sleepy fairy in Sparkleville is making a special potion to help children all around the world get a good night’s rest. Will her potion work on Jamie? Suzy the Snoozy ...


  • A New Way To Play

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    Emily and her friends Sara and Anthony are playing a game of hide and seek. When it’s Emily’s turn to hide, she can’t find a spot that’s big enough to fit her wheelchair. Emily feels left out, but when she watches her pet, Chloe the chameleon, ...


  • Lady B Spots Trouble

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    Lady B Spots Trouble Volume 1 of the Allowed to Say NO! Series A safe way of having a big conversation with young children about unwanted touch. A companion Colouring Book and Kindergarten Teacher’s Guide (downloaded for free from author’s website) ...


  • Dug & Rustle

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    It’s a beautiful day in the forest, and Sully the skunk is out looking for lunch. He spots a delicious-looking beetle, so he chases after it through a hollow log. However, while the beetle escapes, Sully gets stuck halfway through the log, with his ...


  • Where the Light Doesn't Go

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    Darkness is always with us, just behind the brightness of day. It’s beyond the sun in the sky, beyond the overhead lights in our houses … beyond the night-lights that keep darkness at bay when all the other lights go out. Does that scare ...


  • Find Your Feather

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    I was encouraged to write and illustrate this book by an individual who is a Native American, who continues to honor and be involved with the people of his heritage. He has successfully blended his Native culture with the modern American world. It ...


  • The Queen Bakes A Pie

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    Princess Emersen and her family embark on a magical quest to help the queen find the right ingredients to bake the perfect pie for the annual Queen’s Baking Competition. Although the queen is hesitant to enter the competition and is filled with ...


  • A Bug, A Slug, and a Ladybug

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    A bug is a bug, and a slug is a slug. And everyone knows . . . bugs and slugs DO NOT mix! But when Barney the bug and Sally the slug fall in love, bugs everywhere begin to question what they were so sure of before. The entire bug kingdom watches as ...