Book Spotlight: Millicent Marie Is Not My Name


Twelve-year-old Millicent Marie does not like her name. After all, she was named for a woman who died more than fifty years ago and was not the most loveable member of the Harris family. Her friends call her Millie, but when she writes in her diary she refers to herself as Amanda – the name she always wished she had.

When Millie’s younger brother finds her diary on her computer, he decides to publish it as a blog for the entire world to see, including the boy Millie has a crush on. In the midst of all the mayhem, Millie/Amanda discovers she is suddenly Springside Elementary’s most sought after sixth-grade mystery gossip and advice columnist.

But not all is fun and games, as Millie quickly learns, once she realizes feelings are at stake. Nobody, least of all Millie, expects things to turn out as they do in this tale of friendship and respect.

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Lily’s Shy Parrot

Fully illustrated eBook, for ages 3-8

“Lily’s Shy Parrot” tells the story of Lily and her beautiful white parrot named Perry

Lily was a girl who loved animals. Her favorite animal was a bird. She especially loved parrots that talked…

The only problem is that Perry ,Lily’s parrot, is too shy to speak.
Perry is so shy that even though he knows how to speak, he is too shy to do so…

Lily decides to teach Perry the best ways to overcome shyness.
Will she succeed ?

Author Efrat Haddi is taking young children on a journey with Lily and Perry as they learn how to overcome shyness while encouraging them to express their opinions.

“Lily’s Shy Parrot” helps to teach children with social anxiety an important social skill that can make home life happier and school more successful.

It also provides parents, teachers, and counselors with an entertaining way to teach children the value of stating their views in public.

This well-written and inspiring story, delivers easy-to-digest education complemented by vibrant, delightful illustrations

This story may be ideal for reading to your kids at bedtime and enjoyable for the whole family as well! It is suitable as a read aloud book for preschoolers or a self-read book for older children.

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Coming soon: The Scariest Halloween Ever

Dragon In A Full Moon Night

Sometimes big brothers can be mean. But when you need them, they’re always there for you!

~The Scariest Halloween Ever: Dragons of Dragondor~

Dontae of Dragondor loves scaring his little sister, Pattie.

He likes making her believe that scary goblins live in the village outside their Kingdom. But this time Dontae has gone too far and now his sister is afraid to go trick or treating. His mother is tired of him telling Pattie scary stories. So she told him if Pattie doesn’t go trick or treating, then he doesn’t get to go trick or treating.

Dontae and his friends – Larry, Gio, James, Sabyn, Nathan and Jagar have two days to convince Pattie that Halloween isn’t scary. They come up with a great plan. They’ll just go down to the village themselves and prove to Pattie that Goblins aren’t real.

Will they erase Pattie’s fears in time for Halloween? Or will their trip to the mysterious village leave them just as scared as she is?

Coming soon!

~A Book of Princesses~

A Book of Princesses. (Three Princess Stories for Kids 5 -10 years)


This book is a collection of three stories about princesses:

1.The Princess of the Winds
Once upon a time, there lived a girl named Windyrella. Her father was the God of the Four Winds: the East wind, the West wind, the North wind and the South wind. When Windyrella was fifteen years old, her father took her away from the kingdom to live in a tower which was guarded by the four winds. She was very sad because she missed her best friend Oberon.
One day, Oberon decided that he would rescue Windyrella from the tower and prove to her father than he was strong enough to protect her. He knew that it would have been impossible for him to defeat the four winds at once. Therefore, he decided to trick them.

2. The Princess and the Butterfly Clip
A princess received a butterfly clip as a family heirloom. It allowed her to see two hours into the future. She grew very attached to it. Her parents became worried about her ability to become a good queen and leader. They then decided to play a trick on her in order to teach her a lesson about the need to rely on her own senses, rather than the butterfly clip.

3. The Princess and The Magical Crayons
A birthday present transports a young girl into a magical world of adventure.

Being a princess is not just about fun and games. Read about how the princesses overcame their challenges and of how they lived happily ever after.