A short whimsical look at the many aspects of Christmas from the view point of a sassy and winsome young tree.The story incorporates family values, environmental awareness, the religious aspects of the holiday and first person narrative in a tale that should appeal to ages 5 to 10.
Winter of the Shifting Stars is a fictional, illustrated story about a year in the life of a 10-year-old Lakota-Sioux girl, set in the year 1833. Enemy warriors had killed Blue Whirlwind’s father the previous year. Her village must prepare for war, to avenge this death, while continuing their traditional activities through the 13 moons of the year.
This is part two of a four part series. In Part one we left Joe watching his ship burn as his enlistment is up. After several months of soul searching he reenlists. His new ship joins Captain J. P.l Jones and they battle the British in the North Sea. During the battle Captain Jones shouts "I Have Not Yet Begun To Fight".
A chubby 12-year-old deals with mean girls at school, a brand new super power, and an intergalactic villain who wants to take over the taste buds of humanity. With her two best friends and a most unusual guide, Henrietta Sharp must overcome her self-doubt and learn to wield her power without losing her humanity.
This book is about a colony of different bats that had lived peacefully together until one big bat decided he didn’t want to work to find food for himself. He convinced the other big bats to join him in making all the other bats work for them. That decision they regretted.