In my books I try to teach,
a touch of realism to the young in my reach.
By turning little traumas into a playful game,
or simply by inserting a famous name.
Some day difficulties will be minimized,
by of the experience the child recognized.
Bobby is excited school is out for the summer.
During his fun and enjoyment he realizes mom and dad need a little help around the house and offers his services.
His efforts come up a little short. Finally it's decided he needs another year as a free spirit.
Paul struggles between piano lessons and his friends. His mom gently encourages him not to ignore his talent without making him feel pressured.
Turns out, Paul figures out how to manage both, and work toward his big dream.
Cindy dreads the arrival of her new sibling. She wants a baby sister to play with but knows her chances are even.
When the baby does arrive, she can't control the surge of joy she feels and realizes her fears were silly.
Benny's birthday is always a happy time. This year there is an added twist. With a new puppy by his side, Benny needs to learn how to take
care of it. Besides all the usual duties, he also has to learn how to scoop poop.
This is a rhyming toddler Christmas story. It is book six in the Lessons Learned series. It starts out on Christmas Eve. Mary and her younger brothers are so excited they can't fall asleep. The two boys eventually do fall asleep while Mary stays awake. The next morning is a very different story.
Girls just want to have fun. This is the tenth book in the Lessons Learned series.
Pearl is a little girl and enjoys the company of many friends. She has girlfriends, boyfriends and likes playing different games with
them. She isn't restricted by gender and sees no reason why you should be.