Alexis moves to a new town. She attends a new school for Grade 2, dresses very differently than from the kids in her new school and they judge her without getting to know her. Alexis finds herself trying to help another girl in trouble. Will she succeed? What will the kids think of her now? Ages 7-9
This is a story of a young girl who experiences loss, disappointment and tragedy while growing up. Her life doesn't seem to unfold the ways she had planned and she finds herself feeling lost. Each time life seems to go offtrack she turns to a God that she isn't sure exists. Ages 10-12
This is a family dessert book.25 recipes. The hazelnut flourless cake and cinnamon rolls are the only recipes in this book that take a little more time.I tried to make these recipes easy enough for a small child to prepare.The funnel cake fritters are fun to make together!I hope that you enjoy baking these desserts as much as you will enjoy eating them!Please stop back and leave a review.
This is one of those stories that any hockey family can relate to. A story that reminds parents and young athletes, to enjoy the moments that you're in of your chosen sport. You want to look back at the experience as the athlete and as the parent, with the fondest of memories. Done in verse. A great read for son and dad. Please stop back and leave a review. Ages 5-8
Short story, in verse, about an elementary school age boy who acts out in class hoping to get sent home each day. There are various reasons why children do this but there is a specific reason in this story and someone took the time to ask, "why?". I love the ending to this story. I know you will too. Please stop back and share your thoughts before you grab another of my heartwarming books. 5-7
This short story is about a young child who is a fussy eater. Done in verse and just a bit of fun around a common family topic. Enjoy! Stop back in for another of my free titles and please leave a review. A fun mom and daughter read for ages 6-8.
This is the story of a 9 year old boy who is a privileged 'only child'. He buys the latest toys to entertain himself and doesn't put anything away. His parents realize that their neglect has allowed him to become terribly irresponsible. A good read in verse for kids between 5-7. Please come back and leave a review.
This story is about the single act of a small, young pygmy marmoset against a sizable enemy. Cuarto's act of bravery demonstrates how his wit was more than enough to triumph. The setting of the story is in his habitat in S. America. Cuarto's story will remind us that the mind can create a solution to any problem. Size shouldn't matter. Great story to read to ages 4-6. Please leave a review.