It only takes one idea, and age is not a factor!
The internet makes business accessible to everyone - even kids and teenagers! This book will help young "CEOs To Be" learn how to be their own boss and build a business that will inspire them to never back down on their dreams. This is the young people's version of LinkedKin: How to Help Your Child Start a Tech Business.
Apps, websites, ebooks, and YouTube are all covered - among other things every business person needs to know! Grab a chair and your laptop and start building your business!
This free guide gives parents and caregivers research-based tips for making learning to read easier and more fun for children. A quick and colorful read, specially formatted for mobile devices, this eBook takes only minutes to read but can save hours of frustration for emergent readers. The guide covers six important pre-reading skills, ten ways to promote reading readiness, three partner reading techniques and more.
Little girls dream of being a princess, but Elizabeth Rose Wickham has the rare privilege of being one. Not in this world, but the world of the Garden, which is ruled by a dragon who "fishes" for humans with kindness and provision, then turns them to stone. Scared and lonely for her parents, Elizabeth meets the one, true Master of the Garden, and learns she is Princess Chara, the Foretold One, destined to help deliver the garden from the dragon's despotic rule.
When a painting by legendary artist Thomas Farkleberry is stolen from the art gallery where Tyler’s mother works, Tyler’s mind races to the whispered conversation he overheard on the night of the big gala. But when his mother dismisses Tyler’s suspicions, he and his friends, Melanie, Amanda, Tubby, and Dontrelle, decide to take the investigation into their own hands. Can they crack the case before their parents discover what they are up to?
Age Level: 9 - 12 Grade Level: 3 - 6
THE FISHERMAN’S SON is a middle grade fantasy novel about the adventures of Wiley O’Mara. On the back of a magical dolphin, the twelve-year-old rescues six boys trapped in an ancient city under the sea. Along the way, he fights both The Beast in the Forest and a Fire Beast guarding the city of old.
The City of the Golden Sun is the sequel to the well-received children’s fantasy adventure novel, The Fisherman’s Son. In the first book, the main character, Wiley O’Mara, rescued six boys trapped in an ancient city submerged beneath the ocean. Now he and the other boys return to The City of the Golden Sun. Once there, Wiley takes a backseat to Keegan, the son of King Reginauld, and to the magnificence of the ancient city itself. The fictional city is based on extensive research into ancient Greece and Rome, theories about a possible Atlantis, and Ireland. The City of the Golden Sun includes elements of all these places, and much more.
In Return of the Golden Age, Wiley O’Mara travels with six boys from the magnificent ancient city submerged beneath the ocean to his own impoverished island. The boys, having been protected for thousands of years by a magical air bubble, must now adjust to life in a poor village at the turn of the nineteenth century. Wiley must help them to survive. He must also help the villagers to understand their heritage – that they are descendants of a rich and powerful people. This book is filled with magical beings and places, including golden rings and a mysterious cave.
Thirteen year old Finn arrives in Ballintoy for his annual summer stay only this year is going to be like no other. Plagued by strange dreams and haunting music, he thinks he’s going mad until his grandmother reveals a family secret that changes life as he knows it. Plunged into a dangerous but magical adventure; Finn strives to uphold a pact made before he was even born. Does he have what it takes to fulfil his promise — and can he complete the quest without tearing his family apart?
‘The pact is due, it must be done,
Finn you are the chosen one…’
Set in present day around the scenic Antrim Coast of Northern Ireland, this story will capture the imagination of both young and old. Some of the lesser known myths and legends of the area are retold and given a new twist.
Age Level: 9 - 18 Grade Level: 5 - 12
The beloved adventure story of a family marooned on a deserted island and making a new home in the jungle wilderness
Off the coast of New Guinea a storm rages for seven days, violently tossing the passenger vessel holding a family of six about the sea. Left behind by the crew and other passengers of their wrecked ship, the family has no choice but to go it alone. They fill tubs with tools and provisions they may need to survive, and set off for a nearby island—devoid of people but teeming with lush natural life. Once on the island, they build themselves a home, complete with livestock, a small farm, and a sturdy tree house for shelter. In no time, the four boys and their steadfast parents learn to thrive on the jungle island, learning just how much can be accomplished through hard work, cooperation, curiosity, and perseverance.
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Harry The Happy Mouse is a cheerful, traditional story about a Mouse called Harry who lives in the colorful English countryside.
Harry helps a Frog, but asks the Frog to repay the kindness to someone else. We follow the good deed as it moves through other characters, who each selflessly help someone else, making themselves feel happy in the process!
We learn that a little bit of happiness can go a long way!
Harry The Happy Mouse is illustrated by the award winning Janelle Dimmett, bringing the beautiful story to life.
Age Level: 3 - 8 Grade Level: P - 2
What if one day you went to the zoo and all of the animals were mixed-up?
Explore this beautifully illustrated story to find out exactly what happens when the letters of the alphabet escape leaving the zoo animals with entirely new names and features.
Here they all are, the denizens of Mark Twain’s fictional town St. Petersburg – Tom Sawyer, Huck Finn, Aunt Polly, Becky Thatcher, Jim and Injun Joe – in one collection bringing together all four Tom and Huck adventures:
‘The Adventures of Tom Sawyer’
‘The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn’
‘Tom Sawyer Abroad’
‘Tom Sawyer Detective’
‘The Adventures of Tom Sawyer’ remains a coming of age classic that needs no introduction and its first sequel ‘Huckleberry Finn’ has been called the greatest of great American novels.