Archive for the Children’s Books Category

Venus Underwater: Songs from Mermaidia

The first book of a new series that will empower your child discover their inner flow, Venus Underwater: Songs from Mermaidia introduces the magical underwater world of Mermaidia. This humorous and whimsical collection of poems and songs reveals how baby mermaids are made, what mermaid families are like, and how mermaids study magic at School of the Fish to become Sea Witches (not Sand Witches).

My Playground Beats Your Office

“My Playground Beats Your Office” is a book about enjoying youth and explaining to kids to take their time with growing up and enjoy being creative, unique, and weird.

I Want a Tyrannosaurus For Christmas

From author Max Hawthorne, the award-winning “Prince of Paleofiction”, comes an endearing Christmas tale about a lonely child whose life is turned around by, of all things, a dinosaur!

Back In Time

Back in Time is a “time-jump” mystery adventure, set in Long Island, in the small town of West Islip, in which twelve-year-old Anna, when trying to get through an awful time in her life, unknowingly travels back in time six years, to when things were simpler in her life.

The Adventures of Jolie and Her Best Friends Hamilton and Bacorama

Jolie and her two best friends, Hamilton and Bacorama, who just happen to be pigs, go on a camping adventure with Nana to see their friends Squeak and Freddie Squirrel. During their trip, they get to visit Mrs. Hoot’s Learning Academy where the animal children go to school to learn how to live in the forest.

My Name is Mocha

My name is Mocha. I am a Jersey dairy cow. I live on a farm called ‘de Good Life Farm’. That is a good name for the farm, because I have a good life. This is my story.

Frigity, the Witch Big Exam

Frigity Bucket attends the bewitching school for young and gifted witches in the magical land of Flume, albeit, Frigity would be the first to admit she is not the most naturally gifted witch-student.

Goodnight, Little Dreamer

This bedtime story captures the night of an imaginative child and a loving mother. With the aid of a warm glass of milk and a few sheep, it is sure to help the creative mind of your little one drift off to sleep.