Ella Brook lives in Cherrywood with a so-called normal family…well, everyone thinks she does, but she really has a mom that turns into a fairy.
First sleepovers….we’ve all had them. In Bramsen’s Sleepover Duck!, it’s Duck’s first sleepover and it’s in Cat’s barn! But, pesky woo-hoos in the barn are keeping Duck from getting any sleep.
Poppy, Buttercup, Bluebell, and Dandy is geared for ages 3-7 (grades Preschool – 2) can be purchased at Amazon, Barnes & Noble and anywhere children’s books are sold.
“For years, Ana and Lily have been looking forward to writing and selling their own cookbook for their middle school project. So when her teacher assigns her to a different partner, Ana is devastated. What could have been their big break as bakers has turned into a huge – maybe even friendship-ending disaster.”
Redwall meets Downton Abbey, in Heartwood Hotel: Book One, A True Home and Book Two, The Greatest Gift.
Sunny Beringer hates her first name—her real first name—Sunflower. And she hates that her mom has suddenly left behind her dad, Scott, and uprooted their family miles away from New Jersey to North Carolina just so she can pursue some fancy degree.
“There’s always something wacky happening when you live in a motel, and P.T. (named after P. T. Barnum, of course) has grown up at the world’s wackiest!
“In The Eldridge Conspiracy , twelve-year-old knight Kaye Balfour and his friends Reggie and Beau have their biggest adventure yet.