I am a mum of three active boys, who is passionate about being a mum and telling stories kids will love to read.
Has your child ever dreamed about what they want to be when they grow up? The happy kids in the new series, Dreams of Being, get to explore their exciting future possibilities in a fun and unique way!
This is a story about Danny, a curious boy who loves to try new things. There is just one problem: every time something gets too hard, he quits. He then decides to join the baseball team. He really wants to succeed but hitting the ball is just so hard. Will Danny find a way to push through and succeed, or will baseball be just one more thing he quits?
Since age five, Joey Benun has loved numbers—big and small. At age ten, while watching a TV
game show, Benun knew “nonillion” was a real number (not “dubrillion”), which the contestant
didn’t. His love of fun factoids about mathematics continued into adulthood. In the summer of
2020, while eating lunch with his niece and nephews, he quizzed them on different numbers. He
realized that they were intrigued by BIG numbers as much as he was, which sparked the idea for
his first book.
In society, stereotypes are everywhere. Boys can be this, and girls can be that, but not often are they one in the same. Follow Matt and Anne as they work together to find out it’s okay to be who they are, even if it’s not considered the “norm”. At the end of the day, the most important thing is to be true to yourself and love who you are!
Have you ever been unhappy with what’s for dinner? This child just can’t handle another night of mom’s Just Plain Meatloaf. He decides to take matters into his own hands. With the help of some super-fun, kid- friendly ingredients, “I’ll start off with 5 kind of melted together, candy-coated chocolate morsels from Tommy Thomson’s birthday party goodie bag”. He is on a mission to create a masterpiece. He is convinced that this will be his best meal ever… Just Plain Meatloaf will capture your attention and hearts with colorful illustrations, alliterations, and creative text for a super-supper adventure!
In this colorful read-aloud picture book, Roxy is a lovable three-legged dog nervous about starting school and wearing her new prosthesis. Clementine the pig befriends her, but “Tully the Bully” steals Roxy’s bone and makes fun of her leg. The other animals hear what he says and join Roxy in telling Tully his words are hurtful. Tully realizes he is wrong, apologizes, and learns that words matter. Roxy’s new adventure teaches us that words are powerful and that it is never okay to speak badly to others. The reader learns that what you say and how you say it can have a very strong impact.
While Sarah and her mother are preparing for Christmas, Sarah makes a list of five wishes she has for Santa. She asks her mother when it’s time to tell Santa her five wishes, but each time she’s ready, Santa is nowhere to be found! Her mother assures her that Santa is coming, likely on Christmas Day. Sarah is patient, does fun activities, and enjoys the days leading up to Christmas. When Christmas Day arrives, Sarah is given the surprise of her life!