When Chanticleer rooster shocks the students with ghost stories, and a nearby chicken processing business, he lays the groundwork for some major trouble!
With over-active imaginations and lack of sleep, the chickens feel ambushed when big men with large nets attempt to round them up. Running for their lives, Walt takes charge and orders his chickens’ escape.
Unfortunately, some of them don’t make it out. So Walt must formulate a plan to rescue the captured, all while keeping the rest of his brood safe.
Join the BeakSpeak flock as they dodge coyotes, almost get picked off by a hungry chicken hawk, and come face to face with the weirdest, most peculiar situation ever: Dancing Chickens!More info →
There is a time for everything, and a poem for every activity under the sun. A time to weep and a time to be sad, a time to laugh and a time to get mad. This book has a bit of everything, even the bazaar, so enjoy every rhyme, like I have - so far!
Kathleen J. Shields is a prolific award-winning writer of multiple genres, primarily Children’s and Christian fiction. Her goal is to inspire readers through her stories (& poetry) with hopes of bringing a little extra light into the world. Poetry has always been a first-love for Kathleen. It has been her go-to since childhood. Thinking in rhyme, feeling the tune in her heart, with goals of sharing her ‘song’ with others. Enjoy!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 book helps you focus on the good situations in your life, and the gifts you are given each day. Feel grateful for a sunny day. Appreciate the life giving water when it rains. Stop to appreciate the wonderful beauty this world has to offer, and laugh whenever you can.More info →
A fun, eclectic collection that is guaranteed to provide many 'Gee whiz!' moments and interesting information with which you can stun friends and family alike.More info →
His father, whom they call Geode, is the Painter of the universe. He taught his son everything he needed to know about it; the hopes and dreams he had for the people within.
Benjamin knew his father’s love flowed into the Painting. He understood how simple life could be. He longed for the day he could be a part of it, and when the day came, he was born with the knowledge he needed to change hearts and minds.
Growing up with this awareness, teaching those who’d listen, Benjamin found himself in his element. Yet when fears grow too strong, they can cause a world to fracture.
Can Benjamin share his message, before time runs out?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 →
A diverse group of young chickens will learn to understand each other better in this colorfully illustrated story. BeakSpeak is designed to help young people accept their differences and build confidence, through speech validation.
In-depth discussion, alongside enclosed questionnaire sheets (with suggested answers), Ms. Marceaux’s goal is to enhance communication skills which will help young people succeed in their future relationships and careers.More info →
After successfully launching “Journeys into Darkness and Light” a collection of short stories in April 2015, André Nguyễn Văn Châu penned three longer fiction works included within “Night and Day”.
These multi-faceted stories follow the characters into dark despair so they can overcome their ordeals in order to start believing again. The point of departure might be sin, crime, or a moment of weakness, but the end-game is redemption, a violent confrontation with fate, and enlightenment.
Always depicting the men and women of his stories with tenderness and respect Van Chau illustrates their pain, defeat, triumph, and joy as if these emotions were his own. When the final confrontation leads to the possibility of redemption or an invitation to holiness, you know you will walk away from these stories with a new perspective.
One long evening, while the rest of the house slept, Blue and his friends started a mission to save the children of the World.
Our brave heroes come face-to-face with challenges 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 →
Considering that there are 5000 flowering plants in Texas, at least a thousand of which can be called ‘wild flowers,’ it’s probably safe to say, not many. This beginners' guide will, I hope, help to put names to some of the more common ones, provide encouragement to search for the uncommon ones and give information about some of the interesting plants around us.More info →
Here are but a few of many true adventures offered to you in story and poem with a snapshot for each. A rare introduction to cowboy life on the vast ranges of central Arizona. For a taste of real ranch life read this introduction to future books written by an author who has experienced it all from the back of a cow-horse. A steed as tough and as wild as the mountains and rocky
canyons they daily traveled. Come along with him and know first hand these exciting days. Quickly now!
“There Ain’t many Of Us Left” THE LAST DK COWBOY
The ancient intent and purpose of the animistic masks of the indigenous people of Mexico can yet be found in those used in dances and fiestas today. Set in the context of these paintings, the masks reveal themselves to be an essential part of the history and the culture of Mexico.More info →
A giant scorpion, a crab attack and a killer wolf – what do these three have in common? The zits on Jared’s face.
The night a red meteorite crash lands in the woods, Jared’s world gets turned upside down.
Each time the zits appear his friends connect the dots and discover they create the pattern of an actual constellation. Looking up the myths behind the stars, they realize the stories are coming true!
It’s up to them to figure out why it’s happening, how to stop it and how the new red-haired substitute teacher (from Mars) is connected.
It’s a crime what’s happening – a constellation crime.More info →