My Best Friend Betsy is the story of Rafferty, a talented dressage horse and his best friend, little girl Betsy. This is a book that every little horse-crazy girl is going to fall in love with! With colorful illustrations, the book focuses on the love and the responsibilities of horse ownership. A must read for any little girl who dreams of having a horse of her own!
Caesar is a retriever who loves playing in the field of bluebells while protecting the farm. Lori puts two gnomes in her garden for decoration. Caesar thinks something is not right about them. When Lori and Caesar visit their bluebell field, it is destroyed. The fairies are worried. Their queen is missing! Caesar knows the gnomes are involved. Can Caesar find the Queen and fix the mess?
Matt couldn't imagine what sweet disaster his dog would push him into. An ideal read for children who have or would love to have pets. A story to stimulate a better understanding of pets and animals in general. Recommended for classroom reading and discussions on animal's welfare.
As Phat Cat grows eager to celebrate her 16th birthday tomorrow, all she can think about is her special birthday wish. As everyone celebrates Phat Cat’s birthday, she has one more special present up for sleeves, as she learns that the only person she ever has to be is herself.
Birdie, a little blue bird, can’t fly and after a terrible storm he finds himself trapped and alone. He is rescued by Purry the cat who takes him to a farm nearby, where he meets Rosy a lovely little girl and many new animal friends. They offer to help Birdie find his family and teach him to fly.
Meet Dumpy the Dragon
Dumpy is a six year old dragon who lives in the Dragon Village. He goes on all sorts of adventures and is ready to learn you some good life lessons!
In this edition...:
Dumpy makes two new friends!
Dumpy meets the Genie of Fortune!
Dumpy and his friends meet the Dragon King!
Dumpy forms a group called the 'Dragon Heroes'!
Macaco is a monkey who loves to use his imagination but one day he thinks that joking and lying will be more fun. In time, this gracious animal learns that joking has its limits, particularly when his tail begins to grow each time he lies.