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  • Hugo and Grandmar

    How One Grandma Learns To Accept The Help Of A Very Special Friend. by

    This story is about my Grandmar... she means the world to me. She’s had an amazing life! She’s hiked tall mountains, lived with polar bears near the North Pole and nursed the young and old. She could do anything! That is, until one day... Hugo and ...


  • Rudy's Belly of Bees

    Coping with Overwhelming Feelings by

    Rudy's Belly of Bees is designed to be a tool that contributes to the development of emotional awareness and intelligence in youth, specifically those struggling with overwhelming feelings. Children can begin to identify their feelings and ...


  • A Tale from the Red Bandana

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    This is a tale of a street dog named Maca who becomes separated from his family and has to go it alone. On his journey, Maca is given a red bandana and is inspired by his gift to help animals and people alike as he uses his bandana to solve each ...


  • Orange Cat Grey Cat

    Purrfect Opposites by

    Orange Cat and Grey Cat are purrfect opposites! Orange Cat is fearless—he loves the outdoors—but Grey Cat prefers to be snuggled up and warm, inside the house. One day, when a gust of wind blows the screen door open, startling Grey Cat awake, she ...


  • The Gull Who Was Afraid Of Heights

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    Who has ever heard of a gull being afraid of heights? When Arthur was a young chick, too little to fly, he had a terrifying experience that left him afraid of heights. When he was old enough to learn to fly, he watched his sister and brother learn ...


  • "What If I Had No Toes?"

    a summer day adventure by

    In this story, accompanied by richly detailed drawings, we come along on an interesting adventure with an eight-year-old boy. Over the course of a long summer day, he meets five physically challenged individuals. He asks the people in every ...


  • Muffy Goes To The Park

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    Muffy Goes To The Park is a children’s picture book. The target audience is, children aged 3-7 and parents/teachers of this age-group. The book’s main themes are: that there are consequences for behavior; that consequences should not diminish a ...


  • Sprout

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    Sprout, a baby sunflower seed, takes an exciting journey as he develops into a full-grown sunflower. Along the way, he encounters challenges that test his courage, and he learns to face the uncertainties that come with growth. Often he finds himself ...


  • All Cooped Up

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    All Cooped Up is a sweet story about a little family of chickens keeping each other safe and calm during an uncertain time. On a little lavender farm, the barnyard animals suddenly and quite unexpectedly find themselves quarantined in their barnyard ...


  • Snow Night

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    Young Michael goes to sleep dreaming of a snow day, only to awaken to bare roads and clear skies. He heads to school in his clunky, black snow boots and prepares for an ordinary day in the classroom. About halfway through the day, though, the storm ...