Mike Saves the Day

Kids can be cruel and their insults can sting a lifetime…but only if you let them. In “Mike Saves the Day” Mike the pufferfish discovers that his weird-ness can be turned into hero-ness. Warning: this book can cause a significant improvement in your child’s self-esteem. Get your copy now to help your kid turn their adversities into strengths! $2.99 on Kindle. ... [Read More...]

Free: Scaredy Bat and the Frozen Vampires

Ellie is a 12-year-old vampire that loves solving mysteries but is afraid of…everything. With a little courage and help from her friends, Ellie just might achieve her dream of being a detective. In this 1st book, Ellie must overcome her fear of spiders to solve the mystery of the frozen vampires and save the royal wedding, before it’s too late. ... [Read More...]

Free: Breathe, Mustard, Breathe!

Poor Mustard is stressed out! There’s no way he’s going to muster the courage to play at the school talent show. Everywhere Mustard turns, he finds himself in yet another stressful situation. Although his friends Mayo, Hot Sauce, and Ketchup try to help, Mustard must figure out how to stand his ground and face his fears! ... [Read More...]

Free: Diary of a Homeschool Kid with a Drippy Nose

Diary of a Homeschool Kid is a series of short illustrated Christian chapter books for elementary aged children. Children will fall in love with Shiloh, a super silly homeschool kid, and his little sister Zippy as they embark each day on adventures learning at home and exploring nature. Drip, drip. Uh-oh! In Diary of a Homeschool Kid with a Drippy Nose, Shiloh’s nose starts dripping at random times, and he wants to figure out what’s causing it. Free on Kindle ... [Read More...]

Free: Stop! Breathe! And Think!

Stop Breathe and Think, Follows a young girl named Lemar, who is faced with a challenging situation in her school. Lemar decides to throw a tantrum in her classroom! What would you do in this situation? How often do children throw tantrums and how often do we feel confused about how to help ease their strong reactions. For parents, this is just a proactive plan to implement before tantrums happen. This is for children to learn how to regulate stress and anger. ... [Read More...]