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.

Today Georgia heard the best news ever, but will the bully ruin Christmas for her! – Clarksdale’s Secret Santa by Mary Clark Dalton

Georgia was excited as she ran home from school. She had only been in Clarksdale for six months, and already she had a new best friend named Carrie. Today she heard the best news ever! Clarksdale has their own secret Santa! Imagine that! There was just one problem for her, the monster who lived next door. Oh, she had never seen him, but the kids at school all talked about him. He never comes out except at night; no one has ever seen his face! She always ran past his house. No, she wasn’t going to let him ruin her excitement. She had more important things to think about, like what did she want Clarksdale’s secret Santa to bring her!

“I think the storyline is ideal for young children” – What do Bunnies do all Day by Judy Mastrangelo

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This little book of about 200 words will delight even the very young toddler. In this gentle story, illustrated by exquisite watercolors, Little Bunny learns that whatever he does is all right with Mother Bunny. Parents can use this story as an introduction to telling their own child that no matter what, he or she will still be loved.

Laura

A Child Can Relate

I think the storyline is ideal for young children. It is natural for a child to wonder, “What does a bunny do all day?” The book gives credible and understandable answers in the young bunny’s adventuresome day. Sweet drawings. I really like that the mother rabbit and the bunny are not depicted with long eyelashes and pointed noses as we often see in-store merchandise. This is a good bedtime story for a child because the last line reads, “Then she [Mother Bunny] fed Little Bunny his supper and put him to bed.”

Judy what do bunnies do all day

Follow Tiny as he discovers Christmas is more than fancy decorations and expensive presents. – Tiny the Tree: A Christmas Story 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.

“Beautiful traditional fairy tales accompanied by stunning illustrations” – ENCHANTED FAIRY TALES ILLUSTRATED BY JUDY MASTRANGELO

ENCHANTED FAIRY TALES is a collection of some of the most famous and beloved classic Fairy Tales, written by great authors of the past. These stories have been adapted and illustrated by Judy Mastrangelo, who is a world-renowned Artist and Author specializing in fantasy artwork. Her beautifully detailed and colorful paintings follow in the Fine Art tradition of the “Artists of the Golden Age of Illustration”. For those of all ages who enjoy the world of fantasy, this book will be a magical delight. Some of the stories she has chosen for this book are: Peter Pan, Hansel and Gretel, Cinderella, Thumbelina, The Wizard of Oz, Alice in Wonderland, The Frog Prince, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Sleeping Beauty, King Arthur, Jack and the Beanstalk, etc.

Judith Hannah Shiel

Beautiful traditional fairy tales accompanied by stunning illustrations. A must for any fairy fan as it transports you to another world. Judy Mastrangelo’s illustrations have a luminous quality as if painted with light. Uplifting and magical.

New from Judy Mastrangelo – Enchanted Fairy Tales

ENCHANTED FAIRY TALES is a collection of some of the most famous and beloved classic Fairy Tales, written by great authors of the past. These stories have been adapted and illustrated by Judy Mastrangelo, who is a world-renowned Artist and Author specializing in fantasy artwork. Her beautifully detailed and colorful paintings follow in the Fine Art tradition of the “Artists of the Golden Age of Illustration”. For those of all ages who enjoy the world of fantasy, this book will be a magical delight. Some of the stories she has chosen for this book are: Peter Pan, Hansel and Gretel, Cinderella, Thumbelina, The Wizard of Oz, Alice in Wonderland, The Frog Prince, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Sleeping Beauty, King Arthur, Jack and the Beanstalk, etc.

This story sends a great message to young kids when they realize if they try they can work out their own problems successfully. NO CLUES, NO SHOES MARSHA CASPER COOK

No Clues No Shoes is about friendship and differences mixed with a little bit of laughter and a great message about caring for your friends. A friendship develops between two kids, Emelina and Addison and Emelina’s dog when they solve a mystery case after attending Junior Detective School.

At first, they have nothing in common and didn’t see eye to eye on anything. Addison likes to read and write stories inside, and Emelina likes to be outdoors, jogging, skating, and just about anything that keeps her active. She likes healthy food and Addison has a sweet tooth. After a few weeks of getting to know each other they realize even though they are different they can still be great friends.


Lindlae Parish

5.0 out of 5 stars Hats Off to No Clues No Shoes!Reviewed in the United States on November 17, 2011

Addison Apple is back and this time he’s got a friend! Addison is in a new town and has moved in down the street from Miss Emelina Hewitt and her dog, Stanley.

Emelina likes to chatter. She also likes to solve crime. When she and Addison have the chance to go to detective school, she hops in excitedly. Even before they’re done with the course, they get their first crime. Shoes are missing, but there are no clues to help our two detectives pursue the possible perpetrator. Can Emelina and Addison sove this uncanny crime?

“No Clues No Shoes” is a wonderful, lighthearted story for third grade on up to read independently, or younger children to read with an adult. It’s a charmingly written chapter book that will keep a young reader’s interest.

Emelina is an energetic, bubbly character who will engage a child’s attention. Addison, who is much quieter, enjoys her lively presence. “No Clues No Shoes” is a great story that introduces children to the fascinating world of detective work.

Loved the Message~!! I LOVE YOU, BE CAREFUL JUDY SNIDER

From the moment we are born, someone is telling us to be careful. No matter what country we call home or what language we speak, these words follow us our entire lives. You might hear parents, friends, family or children lovingly say this phrase at least once a day. Think about all of the times that a loved one goes off to school, play or work, and you say, “I Love You, Be Careful!”

“I Love You, Be Careful” is a heartwarming and uplifting book. There is a page to personalize it as a gift for adults and children. The book’s beautiful illustrations capture poignant memories and cause one to reflect on all the “Be Careful” moments in life and smile.


Jennifer Chatham
5.0 out of 5 stars Loved the Message~!!Reviewed in the United States on December 5, 2011I Love You, Be Careful by Judy Snider and Joan Dickow is a Children’s Picture Book on Parenting and Relationships.

From the moment we are born, someone is there telling us to be careful. There isn’t no one that hasn’t been told by someone, to be careful, whether they are playing, or traveling or just doing everyday things, a mom, dad, friend etc. has told you to watch what you are doing because you are loved.

A baby is born and we read how the parents watch over her, protecting her and reminding her to be careful. From climbing trees, playing in the park or beach, ballet recitals, first dates, marriages and the birth of the child’s own baby, her parents are there to remind her that they love her and to be careful until the moment she says the same things to her own child, bringing the book full circle.

I thought the pictures were delightful and lead to much discussion about the events on the pages. Each page is simply written giving you a chance to let your imagination soar as you feel the message the book is trying to convey. The illustrations by Candy B. Driver were colourful, friendly and beautifully depicted and children will delight in pouring over their stories as you read to them.

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LEARN ABOUT THE GOLDEN RULE IN THIS FUN READ! THE GOLDEN RULE BY SHERRILL S. CANNON

EVERY ONE LIKES TO BE TREATED NICELY! THE GOLDEN RULE IS A GREAT BOOK FOR CHILDREN TO READ AND WHAT IT’S LIKE TO DO SO.. 

THE GOLDEN RULE BY  SHERRILL S. CANNON

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Robert and Kait decide to look for the golden ruler that their Mom has told them about, only to find out that she meant RULE instead of ruler.

What is this “Golden Rule” and what does it mean?

Join in the children’s quest to discover how to follow the Golden Rule and share it with others, as you meet many classroom friends from the author’s previous books.

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Wonderful Rhyming Read for Kids

April 10, 2016Format: Kindle EditionVerified Purchase

I was looking for a new book for my great-nephew and happened upon this one. I love children’s books written in a singsong rhyming style reminiscent of Dr. Seuss and this book was just what I was looking for.

The cadence of the rhyme along with the skillful illustrations rapidly engages the youngster’s attention as they follow the characters on their search for the ‘golden ruler,’ A fun and enjoyable read, this book also imparts an important lesson for youngsters without being preachy.

My great-nephew thoroughly enjoyed it and, I hope, took away with him a valuable concept.

I can recommend this book without reservation to any who have young children in their lives

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CHIPPY LEARNS TO LIKE AND ACCEPT HIMSELF I WISH I WAS A BROWNIE MARSHA CASPER COOK

Chippy isn’t happy with who he is and wants to be a brownie. With help from his teacher, Mrs. Chipster, he realizes he can be happy with who he is, if he believes in himself. Children will not only relate to what has happened to Chippy they will be pleased as they see sad Chippy become happy being himself. This is a heartwarming storybook for early readers, reading aloud at home, and as a bedtime story. Self Esteem is very important no matter what age.Kids will be learning without feeling this is a message.

This is a great book for grandparents to have on their bookshelf so they can spend time reading together.

If you also get the audio book children will love hearing the words as they read.

Werecat 25.0 out of 5 stars Look To The Inside To See Who You AreReviewed in the United States on October 16, 2019Verified Purchase

Cliffy Chippy lives in Chippyville with his Mom and Dad and three brothers and three sisters. They were all chocolate chip cookies. He also lived with his regular dog Rockwell. He had a secret that made him very sad. He didn’t play with the kids at school he waited and played at home with Rockwell. One day his teacher asked him to read a page during class. He couldn’t do it. His classmates giggled at that. His teacher sent the children outside so she could talk with Cliffy who was crying. He told her his secret. “I wish I was a Brownie.”. Did she laugh at him? Did she tell him stop, that was wrong? You get to listen/ read and find out her answer she gave Cliffy with a smile.
This is a cute book about fitting in. Even though you might look like a group of people you might not feel like you belong. This book gives a rather simple and truthful explanation to this problem. This book is also a wonderful conversation starter.