The Conquest of Mexico, by Lew Wallace, Chapter 1 When we have 100 readers of this chapter I shall embroider Chapter 2. Consequently, if you like Chapter 1, be sure to tell your friends how [More]
How do I feel? I have to look in the mirror to tell how I feel. When I look at other folks, the way they feel most of the time shows up on their face. [More]
A children book with beautiful illustrations describe a child’s feeling who has all the riches of life, but what does he miss the most. Read this lovely book by Christopher R. Kaden to understand. Author [More]
There is a purpose behind everything Angel writes inside her books. Click on this picture and Gabby will whiz you over to find more information. And before you leave you will also want to investigate the lessons [More]
Crusade for making playgrounds more accessible is now in progress. Robin Miller’s second book is drawing attention to the need for kindness and open doors.  I just published my second picture book, “Three Best Friends,” [More]
School is a tight curb for the obstinate child who is used to getting his own way. Teachers have their eyes on David. They watch him as if they can read his mind and know [More]
The value of mindfulness is not to be underestimated. For reasons of improving one’s stress levels, resilience, empathy, curiosity, decision making skills and self-awareness, practicing mindfulness is beneficial for positive wellbeing and mental health. In [More]
The Sport Princess series shows girls that while princesses may be beautiful and graceful, they are even more so tough, uncompromising, competitive and strong. For the first time, magical stories combine princess prettiness with rugged [More]
“Sammy the Scarecrow” a fun rhyming Halloween story sure to become a seasonal children’s favorite. Published by New York City-based Page Publishing, Willa Thompson’s charming tale mixes fun and fear in a delightful way as [More]