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The Little Alligator with Orange Feet is about an alligator name Sabastian. Sabastian got teased by his two siblings because of his orange feet. One day Sabastian got so upset about being made fun of and ran off deep into the murky swamp. It was beginning to get dark and on top of that; Sabastian was lost. A bird name Mr. Robin saw Sabastian and asked him if he were lost. Mr. Robin has a blue beak and he knew how it felt to be teased because you looked different. Mr. Robin took Sabastian under his wings and began telling him how he got pass his blue beak.
As Sabastian and Mr. Robin headed back towards Sabastian’s house, Mr. Robin knew deep down inside Sabastian had learned a valuable lesson that day. Let’s turn the book over to see if Sabastian’s brother and sister learned a lesson that day also. This imaginative story is about being different that others and embracing who you are. It’s perfect for any young reader anytime of the year. Stay tuned and see!
Chentell Merriman is married to Anthony Merriman. They have five loving children and reside in Texas. Three children are in college, and two are still in school.$9.99–$19.99
Rory the dog and Anna the human are best friends, spending every day together, going on adventures and exploring the world around them. Celebrate your own dog as you read about Rory and Anna's adventures, and know that time spent with our furry friends is a great privilege. Dogs bring out the best in us, and they teach us to be positive and love unconditionally. Give your kiddo and your pup a kiss on the head as you adventure with Rory and Anna through their time together.
About the Author:
Julianna Blankenship is an author from Troy, Michigan, and has been writing children's literature since 2007. Focusing on messages of friendship, hope, family and teamwork, Blankenship authors books that foster a lifelong love of reading. Check out her other title, Sally Lumpkins' Party.$9.99
If you see the door is closed,
Don’t rush in hard-nosed.
It’s not a good idea to walk,
‘Till on the door you knock…
Then maybe, knock again,
But, please, wait to hear, “come in”.
B. Michele Stone c. 2007
This book is about things that a small child would find behind the various doors they would walk through in life.
It is a poetry book.
All the illustrations have been done by her friend’s 14-year-old daughter, Rachel Huff.$19.99–$29.99