Passover Story – The Boy Who Helped Moses by Rachel Mintz

The Passover Story told from a child perspective, a child who helps Moses during the exciting events of the Exodus from Egypt. Eli is the youngest son in a Hebrew slave family in Egypt. One day he sees how Moses the prince of Egypt beats an Egyptian guard. From there onward, Eli and Moses go through the Passover story together, Eli is Moses right hand assistant. The story describes the main events of the biblical story through the eyes of Eli, in a easy plot most kids can connect with and follow.

Author: Rachel Mintz

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
5 reviews

The Picture Book With No Pictures (Yet) – A Journey to the Land of Imagination by T.H. Alanna

With this book, I would like to open the door of your journey to the land of imagination where the only rule is that there are no limits in imagination. Explore this special journey, draw as many as pictures as your imagination allows and enter the contest to be the illustrator(s) for the book.
If you do, the best pictures will be selected and added to –
The Picture Book with Pictures
A Journey to the Land of Imagination.
Written by: T.H. Alanna
Illustrated by: YOU
The contest winner(s) will be officially credited as the book’s illustrator(s), get a free copy of the revised book and 30% of the revised book sale from Kindle will be donated to the charity of the illustrator’s choice.
More details of the contest are on the last page of the book.

About the author:
T.H. Alanna is a filmmaker and screenplay writer. As a mother of two, writing stories for children has become her passion and her dream. Aside from “The Thief” and ” The Picture Book With No Pictures (Yet) A Journey to the Land of Imagination, Alanna is working on another chapter book series called “Why Cats Hate Rats” which raises many questions about hate, love and friendship for adults and children to think about, and “Come to My World Then I’ll Come to Yours” a nonfiction picture book for early readers focusing on basic facts about autism…

Author: T.H. Alanna

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
5 reviews

The Feather Locket: A Children’s Story About The Power Of A Miracle And How It Reminds Us Of God’s Everlasting Love For Us by Greer Alexis Bacon

In a small villiage sits a thift store that is enjoyed by a little girl and her mother, who often visit. This day was different, though. A hidden chest catches the eye of the little girl, who quickly opens it up to find the most beautiful dress she has ever seen. Her mother purchases the dress, and the little girl finds a hidden pocket in the dress where a feather locket is resting. Suprised, she opens the locket and finds a verse from the Bible.
Many years later while she is attending college her family’s house burns down. She heads home to spend the summer at her friend Rebecca’s home. Trapped in a storm on the highway, she helps an eldery woman who gets into a car crash in front of her, not knowing this stranger is the miracle she had been asking for.
The Feather Locket is a story about God’s word and how He reminds us that little miracles throughout life cause us to never forget that He is always in control.

Author: Greer Alexis Bacon

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
5 reviews

Passover Story – The Boy Who Helped Moses by Rachel Mintz

The Passover Story told from a child perspective, a child who helps Moses during the exciting events of the Exodus from Egypt. Eli is the youngest son in a Hebrew slave family in Egypt. One day he sees how Moses the prince of Egypt beats an Egyptian guard. From there onward, Eli and Moses go through the Passover story together, Eli is Moses right hand assistant. The story describes the main events of the biblical story through the eyes of Eli, in a easy plot most kids can connect with and follow.

Author: Rachel Mintz

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
5 reviews

The Feather Locket: A Children’s Story About The Power Of A Miracle And How It Reminds Us Of God’s Everlasting Love For Us by Greer Alexis Bacon

In a small villiage sits a thift store that is enjoyed by a little girl and her mother, who often visit. This day was different, though. A hidden chest catches the eye of the little girl, who quickly opens it up to find the most beautiful dress she has ever seen. Her mother purchases the dress, and the little girl finds a hidden pocket in the dress where a feather locket is resting. Suprised, she opens the locket and finds a verse from the Bible.
Many years later while she is attending college her family’s house burns down. She heads home to spend the summer at her friend Rebecca’s home. Trapped in a storm on the highway, she helps an eldery woman who gets into a car crash in front of her, not knowing this stranger is the miracle she had been asking for.
The Feather Locket is a story about God’s word and how He reminds us that little miracles throughout life cause us to never forget that He is always in control.

Author: Greer Alexis Bacon

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
5 reviews

The Magic Christmas Carpet by K Corner

This Christmas, Brian decides to give a pair of glasses to his faithful old dog, Sir Jeffery. He doesn’t know, however, where he can get them. Then, the night before Christmas, he discovers the magic that will take him to a faraway land which has not only different types of animal glasses, but also many more wonderful and exciting things.

Brian then must choose between something for himself and the dog glasses for Sir Jeffery.

This 25th anniversary edition commemorates the first publication of the classic story, The Magic Kriss Karpet. It was a Christmas feature in the Nordstrom stores of the Pacific Northwest in 1987. The second edition improves the fonts for easier reading for children.

Grandfather to eight children, K. K. Corner enjoys writing stories for young readers and has a keen interest in children’s literature and education. Mr. Corner is a published author and has been writing children’s stories for more than twenty-five years. He and his wife reside in a suburb of Seattle, Washington.

Sharon L. Richert was an accomplished artist and children’s book illustrator. Her versatility in both media and style lends itself beautifully to the world of imagination and magic.

This second edition is produced by Renroc Publishing. This new Kindle version provides a reading experience similar to the print version of the book.

Author: K Corner

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
5 reviews

Halloween (My Teacher Hilda Book 7) by Tamar Bobokhidze

It’s Halloween and Ms. Hilda’s class can’t wait to go trick-or-treating, but first they must find their favorite costumes.In this seventh installment of the My Teacher Hilda series, children will continue to have fun with the story while learning about the power of diversity and teamwork in accomplishing great results.Appropriate for children ages three to eight years old, this book can be read to them or they can read it by themselves.

Author: Tamar Bobokhidze

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
5 reviews

Lulu and Lainey … a Christmas Yarn by Lois A. Petren

A lost ball of yarn.  A mischievous cat.  A VERY special holiday visitor!It’s the week before Christmas and Lulu wants to knit a special scarf for her best friend using her favorite ball of yarn.  While visiting her grandmother the yarn goes missing.  What did Mimi the cat do with the yarn?  What will Lulu do now?With all the excitement of holiday preparations the yarn is forgotten until Christmas Eve when it reappears under very surprising circumstances.This heartwarmiing book weaves together the beauty of the holidays with a unique story that is sure to become an annual holiday favorite.Lulu and Lainey … a Christmas Yarn is part of a series of picture books for childrens aged 4 – 7.  If you and your children like unique stories with surprise endings, you’ll love these books!These books help your kids to:Appreciate the joys of family lifeModel patience when a favorite item gets lost – sometimes it will find its way back homeEncourage an interest in fiber arts – especially knittingExplore French holiday traditionsGrab this book today to find out who the special visitor is and what happened to the yarn!

Author: Lois A. Petren

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
5 reviews

The Magic Christmas Carpet by K Corner

This Christmas, Brian decides to give a pair of glasses to his faithful old dog, Sir Jeffery. He doesn’t know, however, where he can get them. Then, the night before Christmas, he discovers the magic that will take him to a faraway land which has not only different types of animal glasses, but also many more wonderful and exciting things.

Brian then must choose between something for himself and the dog glasses for Sir Jeffery.

This 25th anniversary edition commemorates the first publication of the classic story, The Magic Kriss Karpet. It was a Christmas feature in the Nordstrom stores of the Pacific Northwest in 1987. The second edition improves the fonts for easier reading for children.

Grandfather to eight children, K. K. Corner enjoys writing stories for young readers and has a keen interest in children’s literature and education. Mr. Corner is a published author and has been writing children’s stories for more than twenty-five years. He and his wife reside in a suburb of Seattle, Washington.

Sharon L. Richert was an accomplished artist and children’s book illustrator. Her versatility in both media and style lends itself beautifully to the world of imagination and magic.

This second edition is produced by Renroc Publishing. This new Kindle version provides a reading experience similar to the print version of the book.

Author: K Corner

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
5 reviews