The adventure continues for Princess Anna as she finds the end to one mystery, only to be thrown unsuspectingly into another one. -Princess Anna Looks Deep Within by Mary Dalton, and illustrated by Adrienne Anderson

The adventure continues for Princess Anna as she finds the end to one mystery, only to be thrown unsuspectingly into another one.
Was this a dream or did it really happen? How can she remember Prince Alexander (Alex), the name she so fondly calls him, so well when no one else seems to remember him. Clue after clue turns up for Anna to solve. Is she getting closer to the answer?
Prince Alexander tries hard to solve his own mystery. How did he get home? Why is everything so different now? What does his father mean when he says that if you want something badly enough, you can believe that it really happened?
Follow Princess Anna and Prince Alexander as they try to solve their shared mystery–two kingdoms apart!

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“This is a delightful story about friendship and lessons learned while growing up” – Shadow’s Unexpected Adventure by Mary Clark Dalton, Illustrated by Adrienne Anderson

Shadow, a redwing blackbird, and Bright, a bluebird, were best friends. The two were always swapping stories about their exciting adventures while they were apart during the winter season. All too soon, the weather would turn cool and the two birds would realize that their fun times were coming to a close for a few months. That is, unless they could come up with a plan!
The two birds put their heads together asking, “Can we really trade places? What could go wrong?”
Follow Shadow and Bright as they find out that adventures do not always turn out as planned!

Kathy Ellingson

It is beautifully illustrated as well

This is a delightful story about friendship and lessons learned while growing up. It is beautifully illustrated as well! Inspirational for aspiring young writers and artists. Highly recommended for all ages!

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Squirrelly loves to play but doesn’t like gathering acorns for the winter. – Squirrelly by Mary Clark Dalton, Illustrated by Cole Bullock

Squirrelly loved to play. In fact, there wasn’t a squirrel around who knew more acorn games than he did. He loved to make all the other squirrels laugh, and that he did time after time. All his friends would say, “Squirrelly, you’re the funniest squirrel around!” What he didn’t like though was working to store up for winter. ‘I have plenty of time,’ he would say when his father would warn him winter was coming soon.

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Follow Rainbow as he tries to rebuild the friendships and trust that he has broken through all his prideful acts. – Rainbow Learns the Golden Rule by Mary Clark Dalton and illustrated by Michael Fuller

In this, the last of the Rainbow series, Rainbow learns the hard way that it’s not much fun to be the strongest, most beautiful butterfly if you do not have friends to share it with. After a time of showing off and a little taunting of his own, Rainbow finally learns the Golden Rule. He must treat other butterflies the way he would like to be treated. Follow Rainbow as he tries to rebuild friendships and trust that he has broken through all his prideful acts.

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Follow Tiny as he discovers Christmas is more than fancy decorations and expensive presents. – Tiny the Tree by Mary Clark Dalton, illustrated by Stacy Moody

Tiny is sad, he knows he’s the smallest tree on the farm. He longs to go home with someone and decorate their house for Christmas. He watches as tree after tree leaves the farm. Will he be the last tree standing on Christmas morning? Follow Tiny as he discovers Christmas is more than fancy decorations and expensive presents.

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Follow along with Rainbow on his adventure in Rainbow’s Promise – Rainbow’s Promise by Mary Clark Dalton

Being the last caterpillar in his class to receive his wings causes poor Rainbow’s classmates to tease him. He dreams of being beautiful colors and flying with his friends. But his mom tells him to be patient and look for things that only a caterpillar can do. Follow along with Rainbow on his adventure in Rainbow’s Promise.

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Follow Rainbow as he learns a hard lesson on pride. – Rainbow Deals with Pride by Mary Clark Dalton, Illustrated by Michael J. Fuller

Rainbow is proud of his beautiful wings and ability to fly, but he’s showing off just a little too much. He thinks it’s payback time for Lightning, the butterfly who used to taunt him. But is this kind of revenge really the right thing to do? Follow Rainbow as he learns a hard lesson on pride.

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“Rainbow Learns to Fly, the second book in the Rainbow series, builds on the lessons of patience, self-acceptance, and helpfulness presented in Rainbow’s Promise.” – Rainbow Learns to Fly by Mary Clark Dalton, Illustrated by Michael J. Fuller

Rainbow has finally received his beautiful rainbow wings. Now he can’t wait to fly! How hard can it be? he thinks to himself. He’s thrilled when his dad tells him it’s time to learn to fly. Impatience rears its ugly head again as Rainbow is in a hurry to fly. “These things take time, Son. You’ll fly soon,” his father tells him. Follow Rainbow as he learns once again, some things are worth the wait!

Margaret Welwood, Scissortown

Perhaps upon graduation, or maybe on your wedding day, 

or with the birth of a child, you thought you’d arrived—and then found that another journey had just begun. So it is with Rainbow—after all, what does a butterfly need besides wings? And what wings these are, bigger than his dad’s, and glowing with the vibrant colors of Queen Alexandra’s side of the family!
And yet, Rainbow’s dad counsels patience and daily practice, requisites for true competence. Despite his initial impatience and the overconfidence that stems from lack of experience, Rainbow displays a teachable spirit. It is this patience and teachableness that Dalton wishes to instill in her grandson, and in all the children who read her stories.
Rainbow Learns to Fly, the second book in the Rainbow series, builds on the lessons of patience, self-acceptance, and helpfulness presented in Rainbow’s Promise. Rainbow is “human” enough to make mistakes, but wise enough to learn from them—and we hope the children who read his stories will also learn from Rainbow’s experiences.

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Follow Rainbow as he tries to rebuild the friendships and trust that he has broken through all his prideful acts. – Rainbow Learns the Golden Rule by Mary Clark Dalton and illustrated by Michael J. Fuller

In this, the last of the Rainbow series, Rainbow learns the hard way that it’s not much fun to be the strongest, most beautiful butterfly if you do not have friends to share it with. After a time of showing off and a little taunting of his own, Rainbow finally learns the Golden Rule. He must treat other butterflies the way he would like to be treated. Follow Rainbow as he tries to rebuild friendships and trust that he has broken through all his prideful acts.

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She wished her mom could be like she used to be, always smiling and fun. – Hopefully by Mary Clark Dalton, Illustrated by Adrienne Anderson

No one ever told Hope why they decided to give her this name. She never thought to ask. Her dad had died two years ago, and her mom had not been the same since. Hope didn’t understand why her mom slept all the time. She wished her mom could be like she used to be, always smiling and fun. If it wasn’t for her sweet, grandmotherly neighbor Mrs. Jones, Hope would be anything but hopeful. Follow Hope as she finds her journey back to hope!

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