Children’s Books

My Two Great Great Aunts

My Two Great Great Aunts By Brenda Eck • Illustrated by Gregory Lies $20.00 (hardcover) View CartCheckout This book is available through bookstores. About My Two Great Great Aunts Personality differences can cause all sorts of conflicts for family members who share a home, but not for these two sisters. Aunt Mary Ann and Aunt Agnes discover life improves for both of them when they cherish their similarities and embrace their differences. In the process, they teach lessons about tolerance and appreciation of diversity. ABOUT AUTHOR (select to view) Brenda Eck lives in rural Kansas. She enjoys...

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Joe and Pam Make Jam

Joe and Pam Make Jam

Joe and Pam Make Jam Third in a series of early readers by Jerilynn Henrikson ~ illustrated by Patty Kahn Joe is growing up, and so are his readers. In Book 3 of the Joe the Gardener series, big brother Joe enlists the help of his lively little sister, Pam, in planting strawberries to make some jam. Joe is the “expert” but Pam keeps him on his toes with her questions. Their conversations about gardening help advance the story and show their personalities. Included at the end of the tale is a suggested lesson for young readers to practice writing dialogue. There is also a recipe for...

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A Glimpse: The Truly Excellent Scepter

A Glimpse: The Truly Excellent Scepter

A Glimpse: The Truly Excellent Scepter By J.A. McPhail • Illustrated by Traci Osborn A short story based upon Trinity Tales of Tresia that follows Book II. Available only in EBOOK  from AMAZON! About A Glimpse A fascinating glimpse into the world that is awaiting believers upon their death. Have you ever wondered what happens after your last breath on earth? In this short allegory, based on the author’s Trinity Tales of Tresia series, Winny’s grandmother is taken on a journey into the Realms of Tresia, past, present, and future. Whether or not Gran has left her old body to enter...

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That Mouse Can Fly

That Mouse Can Fly written by Kim Holley; illustrated by SaVanna Dixon Share What began as the most uneventful summer vacation day turned into an exciting, heart-pounding, fun-filled adventure. How fun would it be to hear stories of world travels from a furry little rodent and see colorful illustrations as well? Listen to the story of That Mouse Can Fly and let your imagination soar. An adventurous and imaginative little boy spends the summer on his Grandparents’ farm. During a treasure hunting expedition, his mind takes over when his boots get stuck in the mud and he sees something fly past...

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Trinity Tales of Tresia: A Quite Extraordinary Umbrella

Trinity Tales of Tresia: A Quite Extraordinary Umbrella (Book II) by J.A. McPhail ~ illustrations by Traci Osborn Before the beginning of Time, was the eternal Three in One. From the empty expanse of space They spoke into existence the Realms of Tresia; a home, but no family. So They created children and gave them gifts.  Brie has waited and hoped for a remarkable twelfth birthday gift from her neighbors. What they give her isn’t even close. It’s a horrible ugly black second-hand umbrella! Now she may never go on three magical journeys and discover the secrets of Tresia. Then Dave shows up....

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A Home in America

A Home in America: A Volga German Story by Eunice Boeve Share   The Mueller family, descendants of the Germans who settled the Volga River area in Russia in the mid-1700s, turn to America to escape Russia’s enforced military service. Told through the eyes of twelve year old Eva, the story chronicles the hardships of their travels by land and sea to America and their resettlement on the Kansas plains.  Eva Mueller is twelve years old when her father announces that the family is leaving Russia and immigrating to America. Although they have lived in Russia their whole lives, they have...

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