Three went out in search of the Sound—Seeker, Teller, and Winder (though they weren’t called that then). Only Teller returned, living long enough, just, to tell the Tale.
Meet Kitty! Heartwarming and funny Kitty grows up at sea and protects the big boat, Betty. Enjoy his life and adventures as Kitty sails from Mexico to Virginia experiencing new places with Captain, Momma, and Rod.
Young Kitty’s world is limited to the big boat, Betty; so Kitty longs for adventures he will one day find on land. That one day comes unexpectedly.
Find out how Kitty handles his life-changing adventures!
Join Mustard, the lovable dachshund, as he embarks on a Christmas adventure he’ll never forget. Set on a cold Christmas Eve, Mustard has an important job to do before he can settle down for the night. But is he the right dog for the job? A heartwarming Christmas tale that will get you in the festive spirit.
13 Spooky Writing Prompts to ignite your imagination.
Bats and cats, owls and howls, trick-or-treat, hosts and ghosts.
Have fun this Halloween by creating spooky stories to scare your family and friends.
A humorous rhyming picture book for ages 4 and up by award-winning author Crystal Marcos features a distinguished little zombie who just wants to be your friend.
Dive head-first into the infectiously charming pages, oozing with whimsical verse and stricken with colorful and amusing illustrations. Bartholomew Buggins: A Zombie with Different Cravings is a unique, fun book that will have kids and adults shrieking with delight!
A children’s book about two different mental illnesses, depression and mania, Peter and Lisa makes it easier for children to understand these mental conditions. It is a story about two people affected with such illness and how they got better and recovered through the proper medication and necessary support by family and friends. Charles and Linda Baron Katz’s Peter and Lisa: A Mental Illness Children’s Story manifests the true essence of love and support to aid us overcome every storm that may pass.
This humorous rhyming story is about Pete from Pluto, who makes perfect pies.
However, Pete is puzzled one day when his pies disappear.
Where were Pete’s pies and what were Captain Pam’s bold pirate crew carrying into in the woods?
Could hungry seagulls have swooped down and eaten the pies?
Luckily, Pete’s best friend Fred from planet Fop arrives to help Pete solve the mystery
B is for bacon Children’s Alphabet Book: A quirky alphabet book. (A quirky children’s alphabet book)
B is for Bacon is a quirky alphabet book for children of all ages. Feed your child bacon, while teaching them their abc’s with Happy Foods Design’s latest creation. This whimsical kids’ book features bold, bright letters with images of funny food characters to entertain and encourage early learning. Prepare your appetite for education! Illustrated by graphic designer and mom Berenice Limon.
The plays in this book are adapted from Oscar Wilde’s short stories. Oscar Wilde was a popular novelist and playwright who lived in late Victorian England. The plays in the collection are:
The Happy Prince
The Selfish Giant
The Canterville Ghost
The Devoted Friend
The Remarkable Rocket
The Nightingale and the Rose
Who of us has dreamed that his child would become a known actor, a famous artist, a world sportsman, or a great scientist? Everyone, I think.
That’s why we have been investing so much energy and resources in the upbringing and education of our children since childhood. And we want our investments to bring their “fruits”. One of the most important skills in a modern world is the ability to create and think creatively. However, we don’t live in a black and white World in the literal and figurative sense of the word. If you want your child to feel creative as “a fish in the water”, he must be able to work with color at a high professional level. It is important from the first years of his “creative career” give him correct knowledge and skills in the world of color and shades.
Why this book?
Yes, there are many mixing color’s books for children, however, this (the book) is unique in a certain sense. This is an exciting fairy tale, and a full textbook, and complete tutorial with a set of simple and understandable tasks and exercises for the child.
In addition, the methodology described, confirmed by five years classes with children in my art school, and results are amazing. Children, like the “sponge”, absorb new knowledge and skills, and discover the complex color’s world with pleasure, especially in a fairy-tale game form.
That’s why I believe that children can be introduced into the world of color from four to five years. The child with pleasure perceives and assimilates hard material in a simple and understandable language of game situations and fairy associations.
What is inside?
Inside the real Color Theory and rules of mixing shades, in the interesting fairy-tale form. Simple and understandable tasks and exercises help understand the child complex theoretical material in practice. In the final of the book are control tests.
The book opens a series of five issues “Theory of Color for kids”, which divided into 5 levels. At the first level, the child meets basic and additional colors, mixing primary color’s rules, and formulas for additional shades obtaining.
After completing all tasks, the child will be able to use the basic colors for getting three additional shades and have six colors in the palette.
Give your “little genius” a chance to stay a little as Harry Potter and plunge into the magic color’s world!