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  • Find Your Feather


    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 ...

  • Happy Jack at the Farm


    Young Jack gets to spend the summer with his Aunt Marcy and Uncle Steve at their farm on the Snake River in Idaho. Each morning, Jack works hard, and he plays hard in the afternoons. He eats many wonderful and delicious fruits and vegetables, and is ...

  • Budaniel

    and Simba the Toy Lion by

    Nathaniel and his parents were visiting Grandpa and Grandma where he would play with other cousins and their toys. In all of the happiness and excitement of the day, Simba the Lion, and the little boy’s favorite toy, was lost. Nathaniel was sad ...

  • The Harmony Tree

    A Story of Healing and Community by

    In The Harmony Tree, an old grandmother oak tree is spared when loggers come through and clear-cut a forest. Grandmother Oak finds herself alone until new houses start showing up on the land, along with new trees. Grandmother Oak tries to make ...

  • The 16 Rule


    Fifteen-year-old Lucy Aceves lives in a cultural tug-of-war. She wants nothing more than to live a normal American teenage life. But her parents’ dumb “Sixteen Rule” and their Latin beliefs force her to tell lies to just about everyone. Lucy attends ...

  • The Squatters


    MK Staple’s novel, the Squatters borrows from her travels of the Smoky Mountains, Virginia Beach, Myrtle Beach, and the Florida Gulf Coast. The main character Judas George is a tragic figure born of a seriously dysfunctional and poor family. A ...