Miracles Do Happen
A generosity earlier in life pays rewards later on.
Show ‘Em Who’s Boss
It’s Sunday morning and Kirsten is preparing breakfast for the whole family. Guided by her mother, she learns that to be a cook means being in charge behind the stove.
Shadow the Dog
Alison is lonely now that her dog Pete has run away, but when she looks at her shadow, she notices something strange. Soon, she feels better. However, her mother is worried about how strangely she’s been acting.
Young Adventurers part 1
The first part of my unpublished novel, Young adventurers. Realistic fiction, about the life of ten-year-old Alyssa.
The Green Shoes
The story lesson is to not leave your mom’s side, so you won’t get lost.
Fred Bumbley is terrified of everything, especially London, and the only place he feels safe is his little flat with fourteen locks on the door. But when he decides to adopt an abandoned puppy he found sitting alone in a dark alleyway, he soon discovers he might have discovered the most dangerous thing of all- and let it into his house!
Do you see things differently when they look different? Or do you see them for what they are? Join Skipper and his friend, Jack, as they learn the difference.
Jenny’s Big Move
Jenny makes one last visit to the stable and home of her hoofed best friend before the big move, but Star is nowhere to be found.
A Maine Coon cat is taken to the vet after an accident on a woodpile.
Clarence the Cricket
Freddie makes an unusual friend – a cricket – who soon becomes his fast friend.
A young girl, Zoe, goes on a boating adventure on the Hubbard Glacier in Alaska to meet a strange boy, the Weatherman. Their encounter teaches Zoe an important lesson about the future of our planet.
The Kingmaker’s Son
Beware of people who offer you the chance of fame, fortune, or power. A king explains to his son how to make wealth through association. The story is designed to teach children the existence and motivation behind people who want compensation for being associated to those in power.