Children

Every book has a story


Are You Ready For a New Generation of Fables and Fairytales?Author and master storyteller Errikos Kalyvas presents 22 original stories for you to share with your children.
Brains is an ordinary zombie boy. One night he wonders from the safety of his cave to explore the beauty of the outside world.
Each story takes about 10-12 minutes to read and has humor, rhyme and usually a moral. The stories are written for the children of today, not past centuries. For children 5-10 years.
Enjoy these 3 children's books for first and second level readers, (ages-3-9).
Our Solar System gives kids an overview of the planets that make up our solar system in a fun and engaging way. Kids engage with the pictures and learn fun facts. Colorful pictures help bring the planets to life.
Let your child discover the world of dinosaurs today. This is a fantastic children's book by Dee Phillips full of pictures of 24 dinosaurs presented with interesting facts about each one.
Burlington bear, Grum the groblin and Titan the tiger are relaxing playing Twister on a warm summer's day when Professor Simon Clutterbug ventures into the Great Forest. The Professor is trying to help tigers but Titan doesn't trust him.
The Ocean is full of amazing creatures in all shapes, sizes and colors! This large body of water is covered with life, but to survive some creatures need to be very smart. And they need to know how to hide or pretend really well.
Looking for an inspirational hero to introduce your children to? Amelia Earhart is surely a great choice! With colorful illustrations, this biography focuses on how Amelia Earhart shows us that seemingly unreachable “dreams” can be accomplished if you're willing to keep working hard until you reach whatever goal you have set.
A Different Little Doggy is the story of a disabled Miniature Pinscher who was different than other dogs in many ways. This true to life story teaches children (and adults) it is OK to be themselves.
Have you ever wondered why your eyes are that color, your hands that size, or why your hair is curly? Well, Jordan says it is God’s way of loving us. The different things about us are God’s kiss of love to tell us that we are all special.
It's a new school year, and Greg Heffley finds himself thrust into middle school, where undersized weaklings share the hallways with kids who are taller, meaner, and already shaving. The hazards of growing up before you're ready are uniquely revealed through words and drawings as Greg records them in his diary.