Children's Fiction

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  • The Legend of the Spanish Moss

    When a young Native American maiden, who prides herself in being more special than the other children in her village, loses her pride and joy to the branches of the Cyrus trees, she realizes that the “old common crow” is far wiser than she had given him credit for. When the maiden flees into the swamp where danger lurks she becomes confronted with the crow’s warning, “Never burn your bridges for you never know who you will need”, and quickly discovers that hurting feelings and shunning others does nothing but bring hurt and discomfort to oneself.

    Author Bio:

    Sara Galloway Lennon Ed.D., is presently serving as a school guidance counselor for the public schools of Robeson County, North Carolina. Dr. Lennon has a passion and enthusiasm for working with young children from high poverty and diversified backgrounds. Dr. Lennon has based her studies on the effects of poverty on students and is now considered an expert in this field. Dr. Lennon grew up on the shore of beautiful Lake Waccamaw, while being exposed to the Native American culture and the value of hard farm life, which led her to share the values of folklore and old proverbs. Dr. Lennon finds the art of storytelling in the old folklore style engages children’s imagination to the mysteries of life and its valuable lessons.

    Dewey Andrew Scott (Bo) is a master craftsman and artist. Mr. Scott has studied his skills from a very young age under the direction of his father. Mr. Scott grew up along the banks of the Lumbee River where he gathers much of his inspiration for his craft. Mr. Scott has great respect and admiration for the beauty and natural setting of the Lumbee River. Mr. Scott is the father of three beautiful daughters.

  • The Rabbit King: Kingdom Leporidae

    The Rabbit King: Kingdom Leporidae begins with Hare, an orphan hare, alone and on his own. Hare sees “hope in a kingdom, high upon a hill,” and hops the distance to begin a new life . . . where he gains the admiration, respect, and trust of the king. The king adopts the orphan hare, making him a prince and heir to the throne. . . .

    A delightful, inspirational, and timeless story that will appeal to all readers, regardless of their age. Children and adults will enjoy the detailed and colorful illustrations, while learning from the
    positive theme and carefully chosen rhyming text.

    About the Author:

    Jim McEnroe is an author of educational stories and other literature.
    He developed his style of writing stories in rhyme during the mid 1980’s. His fi rst book, The Rabbit King: Kingdom Leporidae, was published in 2011. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Metropolitan State University. Jim was born on St. Patrick’s Day, 1959, in St. Paul, MN.

  • War of the Fairies

    The Baker children are visiting their grandparent’s farm after the death of their father. Life on the farm was a new experience for the children who were used to city life. It is here they discover strange insects with tiny voices.The scouts, who flew about in search of threats, the keepers, who were protectors, and the royal fairies. Now the children find themselves in the middle of a war between the forest fairies and the garden fairies and they find themselves protecting the royals from the dreaded grasshoppers and praying mantises who want to kill them.

    THE WAR OF THE FAIRIES is the eighteenth novel by Judy Lennington. It is written and dedicated to her grandson, Corey Baker, who left this world too soon, and his five children, Nikolas, Nathan,
    Adrienne, Vaira, and Kai.




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