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    A Spiritual Dog: “BEAR”

    The story is about an awesome dog who was in a animal shelter our family adopted when he was eight weeks old. Our dog Bear was a little puppy with jet-black curly hair, very adorable and cute. He soon grew into a twenty-eight pound adult size dog who was a ball full of energy during his thirteen years of life. Bear gave love to us and everyone he ever interfaced with. This book is for people of all ages and all walks of life who want to enjoy a great wholesome story about beautiful, kind animal. This book will appeal to Animal Shelters, Children’s reading groups and anyone who loves animals for a feel good story. This book also makes for a good bedtime story.

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    A Charm of Goldfinches

    A playful, illustrated poem centered on animal group names.

    A porcupine prickle has needles galore.
    A gaggle of geese will waddle on shore.

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    A Spiritual Dog: “BEAR”

    The story is about an awesome dog who was in a animal shelter our family adopted when he was eight weeks old. Our dog Bear was a little puppy with jet-black curly hair, very adorable and cute. He soon grew into a twenty-eight pound adult size dog who was a ball full of energy during his thirteen years of life. Bear gave love to us and everyone he ever interfaced with. This book is for people of all ages and all walks of life who want to enjoy a great wholesome story about beautiful, kind animal. This book will appeal to Animal Shelters, Children’s reading groups and anyone who loves animals for a feel good story. This book also makes for a good bedtime story.

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    Butterflies, Bears, and Other Poems for Children

    Butterflies, bears, and Other Poems for Children is a delightful collection of poems and colorful artwork that uses rhymes to teach about holidays, dental health, fire safety, animals, dinosaurs, etc. The author, Patricia Herber, firmly believes that the concept of rhyming is an important skill that can be a fun way to help children learn to read. Written in an easy-to-read and listen-to format, children will enjoy turning the pages as they learn fun facts and view amusing illustrations. This totally entertaining book will surely capture your child’s attention and is appropriate for toddlers through age ten.

  • Come And Build A Snowman

    Come And Build A Snowman

    Janice Hutterer was born and raised in Wisconsin. She graduated from Silver Lake College where she received her Bachelor of Science in Early Childhood Special Education in 2002. Janice is an Early Childhood Special education teacher in Manitowoc, Wisconsin where she has taught for 13 years.

    She currently lives in Francis Creek, Wisconsin with her husband, two daughters and their dog named Bree.

    Recently, Janice invented and is developing a toy called the “Pop and Pull Snowman” which inspired her to write a book on the experience of building a snowman. Her snowman can be viewed on YouTube, Janice Hutterer/Pop and Pull Snowman.

    She believes all children deserve to experience the joy of building a snowman whether they live where it snows or not.

    For the past 13 years, Janice has searched for tools to use to share the experience of building a snowman with her students. Unable to find exactly what she was looking for she decided to create her own.

    She is currently working on her second book titled “Come And Plant A Seed”.

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    Dancing with the Moon and Stars

    The author of this book spends time with clouds by talking to them, riding one of them and tasting the sky. She laughs with the rain and dances with the stars. She spies on autumn fairies painting the trees and travels with the leaves as they fall. She imagines our world in different colors and gets cozy with insects. She even imagines pulling a tooth from a crocodile and living through it. These are only some of the events and some are illustrated in full color. She had fun writing these poems and hopes that you enjoy reading them.

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  • Dewan! “Ooh, Nuts”

    Dewan! “Ooh, Nuts”

    DEWAN! “OOH, NUTS” is one of a series of Children books that humorously follows a seven year old boy who tries very hard to prove that he is not too young to do BIG things for himself. But while trying to gain his autonomy or independence, he almost always encounter mishaps which leaves a messy trail that always lead back to DEWAN!

  • Every Girl Is A Princess

    Every Girl Is a Princess

    Every girl is a princess is about group of young girl who want to be princesses. One girl knows just how to do it! Will they all believe?

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    Kurt, Gert, Jazmine, and Bagel

    A child can choose to read from a selection of hundreds of children’s books but there is only one series for children who love dogs with exciting adventures! If your child finds reading difficult because of their dyslexia or because they are English Language Learners, each book introduces different word families discussed in classrooms with segmented-blended, color coded, pronunciations. The second book improves upon the first with a dictionary at the bottom page for the word being introduced and the pronunciation next to the word instead of underneath it. Both introduce differences in common speech sounds.

    Enjoy, they were written for you and your child!

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    Kurt, Gert, Jazmine, and Bagel: In Their Train Station Adventure

    A child can choose to read from a selection of hundreds of children’s books but there is only one series for children who love dogs with exciting adventures! If your child finds reading difficult because of their dyslexia or because they are English Language Learners, each book introduces different word families discussed in classrooms with segmented-blended, color coded, pronunciations. The second book improves upon the first with a dictionary at the bottom page for the word being introduced and the pronunciation next to the word instead of underneath it. Both introduce differences in common speech sounds.

    Enjoy, they were written for you and your child!