Juvenile Fiction, Ages 8-11
King Dudley declared, “The last time I visited Angelsland, things looked very different. So I see you have become very rich now, King Jaaz.”
“I’ve always been rich, King Dudley. You see, even when the kingdom was not thriving as it is today, I’ve always had the love of my people. So I’ve always been rich. But today, I can afford a few nice things, and so I’m making the kingdom just a little nicer.” Angelsland is no longer the same kingdom it used to be several years ago. There are fountains, curb-side gardens, cobblestone roads, and King Jaaz’s palace has been remade—with pure gold!
Grandparents are boring right? Wrong! As Ben is about to find out. Packed off to his Nan and Grandad's for the summer holidays with his older brother Kieran, Ben is on the brink of loosing his brain to boredom. That is until he spies Mrs Gillespie Nans rotten old neighbour acting very suspiciously. It seems that the old people of Honeypot Grove are keeping a very big secret and Ben is determined to get to the bottom of it.
Ben soon finds himself uncovering government secrets, finding underground surveillance centres and confronting Lycra clad assailants. And he's dragging his big brother along for the ride. But when the boys get in to some serious trouble at the hands of a criminal Boss, can they really count on their Nan and Grandad to save them?
A thief with a fancy for flip-flops is wreaking havoc in a small community. Is the offender supplying a black market in preloved summer shoes? Or does the thief just have a foot phobia, repelled by the sight of other people’s toes? Or are aliens responsible, hoarding flip-flops so they can make repairs to their rubber planet?
Determined to reunite the townsfolk with their beloved footwear, Lucy, Ben and Megan launch an investigation to track down the cheeky culprit.
Toddler books are a perfect way to teach your child the "basics of life" in a fun and engaging way.
Heads, Hearts & Other Parts is one of the best toddler books for teaching kids their body parts with ease.
Each page of this delightful children's book contains a playful rhyme plus a fun image to stimulate your child's interest on a visual level.
BONUS: Inside this kids' body book find a "Fun Body Rhymes" 5-page Activity Pack free to download anytime.
An interactive guide to human anatomy for kids. With 10,000 words and in depth discussions and color images of major body systems (heart, lungs, brain, kidneys, digestive system, pancreas, cells, eyes, ears, and more) this ebook designed for children and teens is a great learning resource youth and children interested in learning more about the human body.
Each chapter includes 2-3 questions or learning activities to insure that children are grasping the content of the section. Written at a higher level and appropriate for children and educators interested in providing a clean, in depth, and educated look at human anatomy for children.
A bilingual English and Spanish book for children.
Stephan goes on vacation to Sweden with his mom.
Here he experiences the simple delights of the swedish country side and family.
Following the story of challenge and triumph, children will be exposed to common sentences in english and spanish.
This is a fun children's story for 3-8 year old's, and is about a group of comical camel friends who find a Genie and get three wishes. With these wishes they are going to be able to go on a desert adventure.
The excitement is just too much for them and they just cannot wait for the adventure to begin but they realize that they are going to have to get organized now that they have what they need.
Young children will enjoy this story immensely as they learn about where Arabian camels live and look at the pictures in the book.
A picture book for children.
Maharajah Kanpakad Singh was keeping a big secret, which was neatly folded and tucked inside his huge custom made crown. The secret was revealed in an unusual way on his very special day.
The story is based on an Indian folktale.
This book depicts the wonder of the world of Marsupials in all its glory. Children are given a well-rounded understanding of these fascinating creatures: their anatomy, feeding habits and behavior. The following marsupials are featured:
- The burrowing Bilby
- The abundant Common Brushtail Possum
- The endangered Eastern Quoll
- The cantankerous Kangaroo
- The diminutive Numbat
- The curious Potoroo
- The happy Quokka
- The sweet-toothed Sugar Glider
- The vicious Tasmanian Devil
- the unique Virginia Opossum
- The social Wallaby
- The tubby Wombat
This book consists of 30 animal activities, called games, to help a child develop positive qualities, as well as good life skills. By playing these games, a child will gather skills in the areas of: values, morals, and just plain goodness. They are fun, creative, and will lead to a happier child.
The games include: stretching your greatness like a giraffe; cleaning up after yourself like a cat; being a good friend like a dog; going to sleep happily like a bear; listening and paying attention like a rabbit; saving for the future like a squirrel; appreciating yourself like a moose; learning from mistakes like an ostrich; being thankful like a turkey, and 21 more.
In this well-illustrated rhyming story for children, a young boy is given many presents during his party on his eighth birthday.
Once his friends have all gone home, he opens his presents and sadly discovers that they’re all just like the toys he already has.
His mother sees his disappointment and comes up with a great plan.
She asks him to place all of the gifts he thinks he won’t play with, into a box.
They then take a drive to the children’s shelter, and there they give the toys to the shelter children who are all truly happy with their new gifts.
When our young boy sees just how happy the children are, he realizes that by giving he actually received something in return.
His best present ever was knowing that he had made others very happy.
Age Level: 0 - 5
Lil Glimmer is the story of a star who learns patience and sharing. He gets frustrated when he doesn't get his way, but in the end he listens to his mother and realizes that waiting and taking his turn is the right thing to do. These lessons can be hard to accept as a toddler, but this story helped me illustrate the principles of patience and sharing to my own children.
Don't be afraid to reach for the stars!
Eleven year old Janie Ray just got a new diary from her mom. At first, she writes all about the private jokes she shares with her best friend Sheila, and the grief she gets from her little brother RJ, who always gets into her stuff and never gets in trouble.
But then, one morning, she realizes that the mysterious inscription on the old medallion she found when she was seven is written in her secret language!
Join Janie as she explores the hidden mysteries of the medallion, while figuring out how to deal with Marcia the Snob, RJ, and even her mother - who always looks nice and doesn't understand how hard things can be when you're eleven.
This fun reader for children will teach them the history of the steam engine while they learn about this massive machines. Steam engine trains are some of the most amazing inventions of all time. This book covers the history of these trains as well as some of the uses of trains. It is best used for children intermediate reading skills and an interest in history and machines.
Age Level: 4 - 8 | Grade Level: P - 3
This funny children's book is about Truthy Ruthy,
a cute and charming girl who doesn't want to stop crying
over little things, until one day she reveals to her parents a huge secret:
crying is a child's secret language.
What happens next will make you burst out laughing
and above all, help your child to express their emotions and feelings
in a very unique way.
Paul is an Elf owl - the smallest owl in nature.
Gary is a big Spotted owl, who mocks Paul.
What should Paul do? How can Paul keep his spirits up?
One day something terrible had happened and Paul was the only one who could save the day. Will he do it?
Age Level: 6 - 8 | Grade Level: 1 - 2
What would you do if you were completely covered by a rolling pile of mess and toys? Join Tommy on his adventurous and fun journey through the lost toys world.
Discover what it takes to catch Rocky, the naughty runaway monkey toy,
which holds the secret path back home.
By reading this action adventure book you can let your kids realize the benefits of keeping their room clutter free.
On the kitchen counter, between the saltshaker and the cookie jar, stands an Old Ugly Cup. She is so old that she can remember the time when the grandmother of the family was a little girl. When it is late at night and the whole family is asleep, the Old Ugly Cup starts to tell amusing stories to the other inhabitants of the kitchen in her gentle yet hushed voice.
As always, everyone in the kitchen likes to listen to her stories. Even the gruff Scrub Brush, who usually is bad-mannered and likes to argue, will keep quiet.
Here is just one of the stories about Two Green Bananas that I overheard from the Old Ugly Cup....
Bees are endangered species now because excessive land clearing depletes home-sites for bees as well as other animals. At the same time the wildflowers are disappearing. Many farmers treat their crops with pesticides that kill bees. Children can help by urging their parents to plant wildflowers in their gardens and writing to government representatives to make them aware of environmental issues and concerns.
Nicholas knows that guarding the family’s sheep is important, but he also thinks it’s one of the most boring jobs in the world. He decides to make his day more exciting by shouting “Wolf!” so the townspeople will run to help. His practical joke is a huge success from his point of view, but the townspeople are furious.
Nicholas realizes his mistake when the wolf attacks and everyone refuses to respond to his cry for help. This retelling of Aesop’s classic fable carries the story beyond the wolf’s attack, and illustrates the power of honesty and forgiveness.
Age Level: 4 - 8
One Stormy Day is the second book in the Porterlance Series. Ben and Sarah are trapped inside of the house and must find a creative way to use their imaginations to pass the time.... What mischief will they come across, and will they survive their adventures on the high seas?
The tumultuous years of being a teenager are filled physical fluctuations in hormone levels, which make your teenager a very emotional creature. Download this book TODAY and:
- Discover The Science Behind The Emotional Outbursts Of Your Teenager.
- Find Out How To Bond With Your Teenager Without Getting Pushed Back.
- Learn How To Give Appropriate Limitations And Privacy For Your Teenager.
- Discover Ways To Show Them That You Are Truly On Their Side!
This book will help you see how to eliminate one of the major challenges in having a baby – communication. When a baby is born, the only way he or she can communicate is by crying. Learning and using sign language with your baby allows them to communicate with you MUCH sooner than if they had to wait until they could talk – up to two years sooner!
Better communication means WAY less crying and a MUCH happier baby – and parent!
PLUS, this book will show you how you can benefit from this new form of communication in just minutes a day - honestly!