Ulysses is a basset hound who thinks he can sing, but sounds like a fog horn in the bay. That’s how he got into trouble in the backyard. Wise Owl tells Ulysses to be what he is and find his own special sound. That’s how he learned to make the most joyful noise in all the land.
Sparky travels the globe looking for children in need of help. His adventure to Uganda leads him to a young boy named Jimmy who is sick and alone in the middle of the jungle. Their colorful friendship changes Jimmy’s world.
Coloring Book shares the adventure of Sparky’s Uganda Adventure from Spark Worldwide who serves, protects and raises kids… “It’s what we do.” Also see the picture book of Sparky & Jimmy- Sparky’s Uganda Adventure. And help support Spark Worldwide around the globe.
Book 3 contains another sampling of ancient symbols presented by Professor Hoot who guides the reader through distant times for further exploration. Join Professor Hoot as he displays more ancient art and unusual artifacts. These items represent various cultures from ancient countries and eras.
Have you ever wondered where groundhogs live or what they eat? With rhyming fun, explore their world with facts from A to Z! Read about their Predators and how they Hibernate, Their Voracious appetites and the way they eXcavate! Intriguing information from beginning to end. Building understanding of our furry groundhog friends!
Long before Santa had a sleigh, he walked from house to house delivering toys with his faithful dog Yukon. With more good girls and boys and more and more toys, only a big sleigh will do. But who will save Christmas day by pulling Santa’s sleigh?
A fictional short story poem revealing the often-times forgotten, yet age-old secret of life: the importance and attraction of kindness. A light hearted tale of a peace loving old man, and how he became loved by the whole village by being kind.
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It’s Halloween when an ugly stuffed witch tells Pumpkin that all pumpkins end up squashed on this night. Pumpkin dashes off for safety. Can he save himself, or does he end up an orange blob on the side of the road?
Pumpkin Pie’s first day at a new school, unknowingly, coincides with the class Halloween party. Follow first grader Pumpkin Pie on a day filled with surprises and his case of first day jitters!
A charming tale that teaches children the joy of friendship and helping others. An unexpected chain of events leads to a clever ending and a birthday celebration enjoyed by all.
Come along on a madcap adventure where traditional punctuation and meter take holiday and hilarity rules the day. Similar in style to the much loved “If You Give a Moose a Muffin,” readers will love this rollicking tale of pigs gone wild, which will leave you breathless but wanting more!
Marcel Marcelli’s days were filled with fun and laughter till the day Grandmama’s antique cupboard was moved into his home. Then fear grabbed him and didn’t let go. When all his attempts to master the fear failed and nobody could help him, his guardian angels had a heavenly idea!
The Real Star of Bethlehem is a children’s Christmas musical that teaches this kingdom principle—the way up is down. As the “stars” compete for the spotlight, they experience many “enlightening moments.” Their perspective changes when they begin to understand the humility of the real “Star” in Bethlehem—Jesus!
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Travel around the world to meet six uniquely gifted young people. Each is working to promote a peaceful environment because of a promise they made to angels on the night that Jesus was born. Young readers are also invited to join in sharing the Good News of Jesus.
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In this silly rhyming tale, young readers discover the misadventures that take place when a beloved cat goes missing and a color-blind father tries to find her.
Papa Sompolinsky goes off to work one night. Meanwhile, his anxious family has discovered Miss Mittens, their beloved cat, is missing. When Papa comes back to his van after his night shift is over, his color-blindness causes some confusion over what happened to Miss Mittens.
The Cat Came Back by Dixie Phillips and Lucy Robbins is a zany tale that will have readers chuckling over all the trouble caused by Papa’s color-blindness and the antics of Miss Mittens. What captures your attention right away is the unusual storyline. Even though a missing pet isn’t an odd thing to see in a children’s story, a color-blind dad and a mischievous cat causing the family a bit of anxiety is. While I had some reservations about how the authors would keep this a light and happy tale, they did a fine job in putting together a story that will definitely leave readers laughing, especially because of its surprise ending.
The lovely artwork by Laureen Caponigro is the perfect complement to this story. The soft, warm colors provide an enjoyable contrast to a vibrant story. From the drop of sweat on Papa’s forehead to the clip in mamma’s hair and the teddy bear that goes nearly everywhere with the youngest sister, the attention to detail adds a great deal of life to this story.
Pet lovers are bound to enjoy The Cat Came Back.
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- Paperback:16 pages
- Publisher:Guardian Angel Publishing, Inc (May 11, 2012)
- ISBN-13: 978-1616332532
- SRP: $9.95
I received a free PDF of this book from the authors in exchange for my honest opinion. I received no monetary compensation of any kind for this review.
Frankie Armadillo’s house is too crowded. He’s sick and tired of pushing, swatting, and coughing his brothers’ body parts out of his way as he tries to sleep. So Frankie goes in search of the perfect home, not realizing that the perfect home is much closer than he thinks.
I’m familiar with the young adult books of Beverly Stowe McClure. I’ve read several of them–some contemporary, others historical. This is her first children’s picture book. When she asked me to review it, I hopped at the chance.
McClure’s ability to create characters I care about is what has always drawn me to her work. Could she accomplish that with a children’s book?
In Frankie’s Perfect Home young readers are treated to a delightful story that tackles the issue of the grass looking much greener on the other side of the hill. Frankie doesn’t like his home, so he leaves in search of something better–the perfect place to lay his head. Going from place to place, he finds there are problems with each potential new home: too muddy, too smelly, or too scary. In the end, he finds the perfect place, but it’s too lonesome and quiet. That is, until his mother and brothers move on in.
This is a great book for any time of day, but I think it would be really fun at bedtime. The colorful artwork provided by Alexander Morris has rounded edges, which is a smart match to complement the rounded text used throughout. Morris does a fine job of capturing the essence of the story with his illustrations.
Frankie’s Perfect Home is another fantastic title from Beverly Stowe McClure. I hope we’ll see her writing more books for this market soon.
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- Publisher:Guardian Angel Publishing, Inc.
- ISBN-13: 978-1616331627
- SRP: $9.95
I just had a chance to offer a back cover blurb for this upcoming new release from Guardian Angel Publishing. Poodle & Doodle by Donna J. Shepherd and illustrated by Jack Foster, tells the story of a prissy little poodle who is upset when a mangy mutt becomes the new member of the house.
Young readers are certainly going to enjoy this rhyming story of two very different dogs and how they become friends.
You can check out other upcoming titles at the Guardian Angel Publishing website.