This Limited Edition Hardback book combines all three of the inspirational stories from "The Painting Trilogy" into one, beautiful hardcover book. The dust jacket has a specially designed trinity symbol portraying the three glorious covers all merged together to make one unique image. There is even a heartfelt Preface in the beginning that explains the tie-in to the hidden symbolism. Get your copy today!More info →
Some stories can live forever, especially in the hearts and minds of children. This story is a real-life example of one. You have to read it to believe it!
"Growing up, our Nanny used to tell us bedtime stories about Kings and Monsters, Magic Lamps, Genies, and Flying Rugs. Later in my youth, I thrilled in reading Comic Books... My favorite thing to do was to take all of the characters I got to know from books and merge them together to make my own stories." One story I was unable to finish, and 25 years later, a school mate requested I finish the story for him.More info →
It’s a known fact that a smile releases endorphins, which improve your mood, helps you relax, and lowers your blood pressure. Smiling is good for your health and so is Positive Thinking. When you find the positive’s in life, focusing on the bright side, seeking happiness and believing in yourself, you in turn send positive vibes into the world. Others around you can feel your positive energy, and this in turn helps them - a Positive aspect to your Positive Vibes.
This second book of the series continues to help you focus on the good situations in your life, and the gifts you are given each day. It helps you “Make Strides” towards finding that positive balance and helps you appreciate the beauty this world has to offer.
Two Stories in One!
Designed with Repetition and Continuing Lessons.
In these stories, the numbers each visit the zoo and find the animals like to play tricks on the visitors.
This book can be a two-night story, along with a muscle memory educator for learning numbers one through ten. Children see the number, the spelling of each number, the finger placement as well as the Spanish translation. These lessons combine rhyme, repetition and colorful visuals to stimulate learning in children.More info →
Lynn was not happy about today. She did not want to see her Nana. The last time she saw her Nana it made her very sad and she did not want to be that sad ever again. But when a small jackrabbit senses Lynn’s fears, he leads her down the path and helps her find her happiness again.More info →
Short Stories, Turtle Jokes and Fun Facts.
Guinness lives on a Turtle Sanctuary. He learns about hundreds of different species of turtles. He shares stories, jokes, and adventures with water, land, and sea turtles. This is his personal diary.More info →
A long, long time ago, when the world was one vast ocean, the creatures of the sea agreed that there should be a place for others that did not live in the water. Turtle accepted that soil brought up from the bottom of the ocean, could be placed on her back and that would form the habitat for non-sea creatures. After many failed attempts, Muskrat managed to come back with a paw-full of soil. This was placed on Turtle's back and became home to the Native American. Some of the many tribes and nations that formed from the first people are described in this, The A to Z Book of Turtle Island. This story, in a variety of versions, is the source of the name, 'Turtle Island' for the American continent. The Wyandotte (Huron) extended version of the Turtle Island Creation legend can be found at; AAANationalArts.comMore info →
Shocked to see the ranch-hand’s face painted like a skull, the BeakSpeak chickens race to school to ask why. That’s when Ms. Goldspeak guides them through an exciting adventure learning about Dia de los Muertos, the Mexican celebration.
Their reward is a cultural journey marked by Spanish phrases, cemeteries, spirits of their ancestors, confused terror and overwhelming joy. They learn to be brave, to rejoice in each other’s growth and dreams, and to believe miracles can happen when the stars align.More info →
Phoebe is a children's book about sharing. Phoebe is given toys by her owner Kate all of the time, but she doesn’t like it when other dogs want to play with them. She also doesn’t understand why the other dogs don’t want to play with her until Kate teaches her a valuable lesson about sharing.More info →
One long evening, while the rest of the household slept, Blue and his sidekicks started a mission to save the children of America, and the World, from a merciless force intent on dragging them into a trap too gripping to escape.
Our brave heroes come face-to-face with challenges, obstacles and threats; but giving up is not an option. This is a journey beyond imagination, a magical ride, with a rush to complete their mission before sunrise.More info →
Want the purrr-fect gift for the cat lover in your life? Cat got your tongue? Never mind, the A to Z book of Cats will say it all for you. It's the cat's meow. Not only have cats found a place in our hearts and homes, but they are also part of our history, culture, and arts. This book with illustrations by the author, while it's not cat-a-clysmic, will appeal to all ailurophiles, (that's cat lovers). Failure to purchase this book would not be a cat-a-strophe and I certainly won't go cat-a-tonic but, if you do, I predict you will find yourself sitting in the catbird's seat wearing the cat's pajamas!More info →
To see the universe from a child’s eyes is to know all of life’s possibilities.
When Gerald gives his granddaughter the Painting to hang in her room, her imagination soars with endless potential. With the ability to see her Grandfather’s universe from every perspective, depth and viewpoint, Nevaeh realizes that she is in a unique position to accomplish a world of good.
While she’s only there “in spirit”, her desire to help others flows from within her and enters those nearest her, causing the people of the Painting to do some amazing acts of kindness.More info →
This rollicking, heartfelt memoir relates the adventures and escapades of a country tomboy growing up surrounded by wheat fields in Western Kansas in the 1930-1940’s. She was encouraged in her inspiring life by a caring family, interesting neighbors, rambunctious friends, challenging teachers and a host of other fellow travelers along the way.
Come along and join in the work and play moments of Judy’s childhood as she skips between the raindrops while leading a charmed, funny and joyous life “down on the farm”. Her wish for you is to laugh out loud and to remember and to share your own adventures while experiencing hers.More info →
Mushrooms, fungi, molds, mycorrhizal spores. These all affect you every day of your life. They have helped keep the world operating for millions of years. For thousands of years they have provided humans with the means to exist. The 5300yr. old "Iceman" found in the Alps in 1991 had two different mushrooms in his pouch that were important to his survival in the world. While you may not need them for your survival (if you did you might turn to that mold, penicillin), multiple ongoing studies into the medicinal properties of various mushrooms may soon add to the already proven ways mushrooms can save lives. You can certainly benefit from knowing your mushrooms. The A to Z book of Mushrooms will help you find and identify wild mushrooms. The illustrations and the text are designed to introduce beginners to the wonderful, colorful, nutritious and magical world of mushrooms.More info →