A book of poems by a Grandma who has had great fun with her grandson and his friends learning about Minecraft and sometimes playing Minecraft with them. Read about Grandma’s First Day and what happened when she ENTERED THE END – yaaah!!!
My Mother’s Tattoo and Other Stories for Kids is a blend of classical children’s literature, humor, and a bit of sophistication that grown-ups will find enjoyable too. The stories are written to be read aloud or like getting your first set of training-wheels, to be read alone. Imagination, humor, and master storytelling makeup this three-story collection.
My Mother’s Tattoo takes the reader into the household of Roxy, her two sisters, and Mother. The calendar has just turned over and it is the first month of summer. A trip to the beach is in order and the girls are excited. When they arrive, the day is glorious until an unexpected event changes the day for Roxy!
Octavia’s Uphill Battle: Octavia, Ms. Winthrop’s elegant gray mule lives at Crestview Stables. Every Saturday they go out for a ride, however, what makes Octavia most extraordinary is that she wears ankle-high rollerblades. But trouble brews when the storm arrives, and they need help getting back home!
Madame La Mew Puts Her Paw Down: Madame La Mew and Miss Demeanor, two cat friends are playfully witty. Madame La Mew’s identical twin kittens need to be named, but she is having a difficult time deciding. Miss Demeanor tries to help, only her suggestions are not helpful. It is not until all four cats are napping that one of the kittens wakes up before the others. Trouble ensues, and it is during his encounter that the mischievous kitten makes a name for himself (literally).
The world of children in today’s world is in crisis but help is on hand. Vitaly Buchatsky, an expert in children literature, reveals the secrets to children happiness in this beautifully illustrated book that has already sold 10,000 copies. “How to Raise Happy Kids” is a golden gift to parents and intending couples in guiding their children to ride the storm of life. The book is FREE Oct. 31-Nov.4 but $3.99 thereafter
When Daniella was given her first piece of literature to read aloud at primary school, she had no idea how her life was about to change. With words on the page coming to life and dancing around to form a prose that proved utterly unreadable, she froze, unable to muster a single word.
Confused and scared, little did Daniella know that instead of being different she in fact had Dyslexia, a condition that when finally diagnosed, her teachers still refused to truly acknowledge.
This is the story of a little girl’s childhood, an honest and heartfelt memoir of a normal girl who was misunderstood, but who vowed to overcome the many challenges put in front of her and never let Dyslexia define her.
Want to teach your children that following their passions and having a “why not try” attitude are more important than winning? And who couldn’t like people-sized red jellybeans that like winter sports? Bobsleigh Jellybeans is a light-hearted story about friendship, teamwork, imagination, and following dreams. Its colourful, vibrant, playful illustrations capture kids’ attentions immediately, and are enjoyed by adults with creative imaginations too! The book was inspired by the kindness, determination, and humour of four gentle big men, who became friends with our family in the winter of 2008-2009, as they trained in Whistler with the Canadian Bobsleigh team in the run-up to the 2010 Vancouver Olympic and Paralympic Games. Enjoy sharing a positive message with your children, while you learn a little about the quirky sport of bobsledding!