This fun-to-read story about a boy who realizes his love for music is enjoyable for parents and children alike. Amidst the rhymes and silly sounds, Little G's One Man Band is a story about appreciating your individual talents and passions whatever they may be.
By purchasing this book, you have supported Sam's Fans, an organization that supports music and art therapy programs for seriously ill patients and their families.
What could possibly be growing in mommy's belly? This fun-to-read story rhymes its way through a child's curiosity about his future sibling. With colorful, whimsical pictures, There's a Dragon in Mommy's Belly is a great to show your child how fun having a baby brother or sister can be!
If your child loves books and dogs, Lucy the Barking Dog is the book for you! This fun rhyming children's story follows a boy's mission to solve a problem he just can't figure out: what his silly dog Lucy is barking about. In the end, it's not about toys or treats: its about a child's unconditional love.
By purchasing this book, you have supported The Connection Pet Therapy Program, a program of the Harcum House, that provides animal-assisted activity, therapy, and enrichment in schools, libraries, and assisted living facilities.
In Home Sweet Home, join Little Turtle on her journey to understand that the most important part of a home is the love that fills it. Children will enjoy following Little Turtle's travels, which are full of rhyming words, animal sounds, and colorful whimsical pictures.
By purchasing this book, you have supported The Homeless Families Foundation's Education Programs, which educate and nurture children while empowering families to achieve stable housing and self-sufficiency.
Have a child who is reluctant to eat their vegetables? Or who repetitively asks you why? This fun-to-read book should give you the answer to both of those issues: "Goobliez!" The Goobliez is a story about silly (and ornery) imaginary monsters who live inside your body, love to eat vegetables, and make you, you!
A portion of sale proceeds from this book is donated to Camp Kesem (OSU branch), a program largely driven by college students that operates free summer camps for children who have been impacted by a parent's cancer.