It's Saturday is the story of a typical morning in the life of Kala. Saturday is a very important day for her and her best friend Joe. It is the day they get to spend together and play at the park.
Kala is a real dog, not just a cartoon and this is one of her adventures.
When the people in a village bully and tease a young 'boy', a creature who is different to them, he suffers and eventually dies. However he gets his revenge in spirit form by cursing the village.
Many years later a wandering snowman comes to the village and realises what must be done to break the curse.
Short illustrated children's story 700+ words ages 4 to 9.
A short story aimed at 5-10 year-olds but any age group will enjoy it. Written part in rhyme and part in prose, it is illustrated with simple fun drawings. It's Spaghetti-Leg Spike's birthday and he is desperate for a silver and red bicycle. He visits everyone he can think of, from his granny to Bob the baker, and tells them what he wants. Will Spike get a silver and red bike for his birthday?
There was once a park bench made of sympathetic wood and friendly iron… Il était une fois un banc du parc conçu avec du bois compatissant et du fer amical… This is the story of a bench who tries to help its friends when they get in trouble — only to find itself without a friend in its own time of need. This is a bilingual book in English and French! Ce livre est bilingue, en anglais et français !
Laugh, love, learn! Kids go bananas over this funtastic story with adorable dancing fruit. It helps grow kid's self-esteem, and sparks interest in healthy fruit and fun activity. The added educational section, "Fun facts about fruit," shows how fun and learning make a berry good "pear." Librarians and teachers find it a peachy story time read. You may be surprised to learn something new too.
Fleeing disappointment, American artist Marcie Winters puts her hopes on a job that takes her to Scotland. She needs the illustration job, what she doesn’t need is a car wreck. Greg McInnis was a cocky photographer until one fateful moment thrust him into the top position in his family’s publishing business, now he needs a brilliant artist for the project that will prove he can handle a desk job.
Thomas cannot help dreaming of faraway adventures, magic trees, and scary dragons. But his daydreaming keeps getting him into trouble. His older brothers laugh at him and keep calling him "Dreaming Thomas." Then one day, he gets the chance to help the old King and the King's beautiful princess daughter.
Illustrated and written by the author of The Giant Who Woke Up in the Middle of the Night.