Kaye Dennan is an experienced business owner who writes in a variety of genres because of the fact that her business career has brought her into contact with so many types of business. Kaye has been involved in catering, the arts, real estate, business brokerage and clothing retail.
For the past 14 years Kaye Dennan has worked from home and has a passion for helping others succeed in their home based businesses but also enjoy life with a healthy lifestyle business mix.
Follow Kaye for a wide variety of topics that interest mum, dad and the children at different levels.
This book is the second in a series about a group of young camels who are on their school holidays. 'Scooter' the lead character takes is friend to his Poppy for suggestions on how to occupy themselves during their time off school. Their ideas turn into a desert adventure with their transport being ride-on bikes. So much excitement is shared in this book with lots of supporting pictures.
Word Search Puzzles and Maze Activity Book for KIDS has been developed to help children learn words, but more importantly to recognize letters. Volume 1 in the Kids Word Search Series has been developed with the help of a graduate in child teaching who has over 11 years teaching children from age 5 to 12. Lots of fun and learning all in one ebook.
A children's book for ages 3 - 6 with fun pictures of camels and the adventures that 'Scooter' and his friends get up to in the school holidays. They enlist the help of their family and friends and soon plan a desert adventure.
Mental health is a major problem in society, one which many people would prefer to turn their back on. Unfortunately mental health does not just affect those with the illness but the extended family as well.
In the darkest hours family members feel that there will never be an end to the stress that they often feel, Tips and strategies abound in this book and has proven helpful to many carers.
The Boxer dog is one of the most loveable dogs around. What is amazing though is the fact that when looking at them you would not think so. They look quite rugged and even angry with their turned up nose and wide eyed stare. If you have never owned a Boxer dog and are planning on doing so the only warning I would give you is make sure you have time to spend with it.