Author: S. S. Bazinet
My fondest wish is that my stories entertain my readers and also provide them with moments of clarity and a deeper connection to themselves. My books include The Vampire Reclamation Project series, the Sentenced to Heaven series, as well as the YA thriller, My Brother’s Keeper, and a dystopian novel, Dying Takes It Out of You.
Age Level: 4 – 8 | Grade Level: P – 3
Hurly the squirrel is as cute as they come, but would he make a good house guest?
When Hurly invites himself into a boy’s home, the boy quickly learns that squirrels do not have pleasing inside-the-house manners.
“He chatters and scratches, he picks at the latches
of cupboards that hold all my food!
And if they resist, his teeth will persist,
and sly is his favorite mood.”
This hilarious and brightly illustrated tale of how a squirrel can create chaos will delight young and old readers alike.
Author: Cheryl R. Carpinello
I’m a retired high school English teacher. A devourer of books growing up, my profession introduced me to writings and authors from times long past. Through my studies and teaching, I fell in love with the Ancient and Medieval Worlds. Now, I hope to inspire young readers and those Young-at-Heart to read more through my Tales and Legends for Reluctant Readers set in these worlds.
Age Range: 5 – 6 years | Paperback: 39 pages
Grandma’s/Grandpa’s Tales Wild Creatures in My Neighborhood& What If I Went to the Circus Two delightful stories crafted with repeating phrases.
Grandma’s/Grandpa’s Tales 2 Singers of Songs & The Not Too Stubborn Humpback Two entertaining stories with pages for children to illustrate.
Author: Regina Puckett
I write sweet romances, horror, inspirational, poetry, steampunk and children’s books.
Grade Level: P – 3
Print Length: 30 pages
Little Runt Pig and Little Orphaned Swan are the best of friends. Because the two are so different in appearance, whenever they play together, the other animals always point and made fun of them.
Neither Little Runt Pig nor Little Orphaned Swan care about their differences. They only place value on how much they are alike.
Friendship is so much more than what the eyes can see. It is love, respect and accepting each other’s’ differences.
Print Length: 40 pages
The Badger brothers are bullies. Every morning at the bus stop they call Steve, Tom and Freddie unkind names.
One day, Steve, Tom and Freddie take matters into their own hands and teach the brothers an important lesson. There’s nothing wrong with being different. In fact, the thing that others think is odd about you may well be your superpower.