IMAGINE an island off limits for so many years, a forbidden fruit Americans have been deprived of tasting. Then, the gates open. Imagine that island guaranteeing erotic fantasies with no consequences.
|Scattered Shells: Hello Homecoming
Whoever said high school was easy, must have attended school online. Charlie faces the ups and downs of high school life with the entire social media spotlight surrounding every scene. Why do the head and the heart always seem to disagree? Can any girl ever fall in love without falling head over heels into a ditch? Who decided a girl needs a date to Homecoming anyway? The best love story never written finally comes to life and puts names to all of those awkward moments you felt in the most secretive, annoying, and exciting adolescent world. Charlie, Tyler, and Kayla are three rock solid girlfriends, coming of age and growing stronger, as they help each other maneuver one of the most dramatic places on earth, high school.
Children’s Book Releases!
|Bishop and the Kangaroo
Meet Bishop, an adventure-loving boy who wears his favorite green boots wherever he goes. They slide on his feet easy as canbe, and quick as a flash he is ready to go. Grab your boots and come along with him to the Outback Kangaroo Farm!
Anansi the Spider is a trickster character found in many African folktales. In this story, Fancy Anansi takes on a modern approach to life in the twenty-first century where children are raised with technology. Like all folk tales about Anansi the Spider, Fancy Anansi also teaches life lessons.
Now later that night in her bed tucked tight, she was safe as a seed when she made her flight to a lush green farm in her dreams so deep, where the rest at night offers peaceful sleep. Where the silver queen corn stalks the sun by day. Where the beans are green and they love to sway in the wind with the peas and their pods and vines, that dangle and jangle and hang like chimes.
|Frederick the Paramedic
Have your child partner up with Frederick the Paramedic as he responds to the Skateboard Park to help a hurt skateboarder! Together they will check out their ambulance, respond to the emergency, assess and treat their patient, and transport him to the hospital!Your Junior Paramedic will learn about safety awareness, teamwork, first aid, and what happens in a real life emergency–all while engaged in an exciting story with dynamic illustrations!
|Game Days in the Fall at Mizzou
It’s all about FOOTBALL!
|Hook ‘Em’s Game Day Rules
Come along with Hook ’em as he takes you through a game day filled with fun! Along the way, Hook ’em teaches manners and good sportsmanship in the traditional The University of Texas at Austin way!
|Nanny and Me
Saying goodbye to Mommy and Daddy can be sad, but it means I get to see myspecial friend Nanny. While Mommy and Daddy are at work, Nanny takes care of my brother and me.
“Are you ready to have a fun adventure today?” she asks. I always say yes!
|Little Monkey, Be You
Get ready to meet Max, a unique little monkey full of quirks. Max has a hard time making friends because he’s a little different. His family reminds him to always be himself, but where will Max’s journey take him?
|Now I Know
This is a unique book about divorce. This helpful, honest, and reassuring book takes the reader into the future—one year after the divorce. The characters, inspired by author Rachel Bernstein’s patients, share their newfound expertise with the reader by expressing feelings, new insights, and helpful tips that have benefitted other kids who have gone through this transition. Readers are invited to express their own thoughts in the journal that is included at the end. Now I Know also honors the fact that every family is different, and children from nearly all kinds of families will feel this book is for them.
|Scrappy Teaches the Alphabet
Scrappy, Kennesaw State University’s mascot, will teach you the alphabet and all about his favorite school: Kennesaw State!
|There Are Not Monsters Under Your Bed: A Storybook for Skeptical Thinkers
Poor Connie is so afraid of monsters. Her brother I.D. refuses to admit that they don’t exist. Will she learn to stop being afraid of imaginary things? It’s a fun storybook for anyone who wants to teach kids to think for themselves.
|What Makes Me Special!
What Makes Me Special was created after Lillian was given an assignment at school. It was called “Special Me” and she had a week to show her class all the things that made her special. Lillian has many wonderful attributes, and several were the same as other kindergarteners in her class. It was then that Elizabeth shared with Lillian that she believed what makes a person different from everyone else is, in fact, what makes them special. Thus, this flapping good tale was created about a girl, written by the mom who loves her.
|Where’s My Grandmom, and What Did You Do With Her?
Other than our parents, our grandparents are two of the most important people in our lives. That loving and nurturing relationship can change drastically with the onset of Alzheimer’s. Told from the perspective of a small child, this book will help children of all ages understand the effects of this disease. Alzheimer’s attacks the mind,memories, and spirit. Read along and learn how to help your loved one feel safe, and most of all to cherish those glimpses of the memories they remember and share from time to time.All author proceeds from the sale of this book will go to Alzheimer’s research.