Sarah Smith doesn’t remember much about her early years. She knows her mother died when she was six, and her father moved her and her younger brother to Northern Idaho. Once there, her life changed drastically. The only vivid memory she has of her early childhood is time spent with her best friend Juniper Holland. […]
5 read-to-me fantasy stories beautifully illustrated by award winning artist Maggie Cousins – great as bedtime stories and to provoke conversations about bullying, friendship, family, faith.
Stories show enchanted creatures interacting with people and animals in today’s world, facing today’s problems.
Stories are short so that a busy parent can spend quality time with child. Author is familiar to some for her Stories of Fairies, Elves and Little People published over 30 years ago.
Eleven moon orbit old Blaze stumbles upon a secret to destroy Earth. It doesn’t help that he is on Neptune. He can’t seem to get an Elder at Neptune Training Academy to listen to him. But can he really be expected to stand by and watch while the Tritonan Pond Punkies blast to Earth in […]
High school is never easy—homework, peer pressure, dating—and that is no exception for the students at Littleton High; especially one student in particular named Stormy Knight who’s a half vampire queen and half mortal being struggling to find her place in the human world. Overall, Stormy thinks she’s doing a pretty decent job of fitting […]
Toto’s Tale eBook Everyone knows how Dorothy and Toto save Oz from the Wicked Witch of West…or do they? How will Dorothy survive in a land filled with haunted bags of straw, hollow metal men and giant smelly cats? How will she fight off killer bees, mad wolves and really annoying monkeys? How will she […]
In a town of word weavers, Mary suffers through her third year of Novice Word Weaving. Mary thinks her troubles are over when she meets a gnome-elf who grants her a wish. But instead of weaving a better story, she’s weaving strange yarn charms to accompany her still pathetic tales. The Weaver offers a little […]