Our hats are old!
Our heads are bare!
Our heads are cold!
We all need new hats, it’s clear!
Thank goodness Happy Hat Day’s nearly here.
Another silly rhyming Kindle book for kids from Gerald Hawksley.
“Hat-tastic!” – Hattie MacHat
“Mad hats!” – The Mad Hatter
“Hats off!” – Trilby Bowler
DO say “please”, if you’d like some cheese.
DON’T attempt to juggle bees.
DO remember where you keep your toes.
DON’T balance an elephant on your nose.
Packed with completely useless advice and jolly illustrations, this charming rhyming picture book is a simple, silly guide to life, which will enlighten and entertain silly children (and silly adults) everywhere! A silly rhyming picture book for children by Gerald Hawksley, created especially for the Kindle.
And DO see if you can spot the mouse on every page!
Have you ever wanted to ride a dolphin or dreamed of playing on a rainbow as if it were a waterslide?
How would you feel if someone tried to kidnap you, and you were forced to move to Hawai’i to hide and live with people you don’t know? That happened to Harmonie.
Come meet Harmonie, her new Mystic Princess friends, and find out what happens when her enemies, the Children of Ares, find her again.
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Jennifer and Christopher Martucci, coauthors of the hit series Arianna Rose and Dark Creations, would like to take you on an exciting new journey. They invite you to visit Planet Urth…
More than two hundred years into the future, human beings are an endangered species. The planet has been battered by war, its inhabitants plagued by disease and death. Few humans survived and remained unaffected. Most changed dramatically and evolved into something else entirely. Irrevocable alterations caused by chemical warfare have created a new species. North America is in ruins and has been overtaken. Humanity has fallen at the hands of mutants known as Urthmen.
Seventeen year-old Avery is alive and unchanged. But she has not been immune to the harshness of the new world. She has lived on the run for much of her life, in terror.
After losing her father, Avery is the sole guardian of her eight-year-old sister, June. Avery is now charged with June’s safety as well as her own, a nearly impossible task.
Forced to hide deep in the forest and away from the cities overrun by Urthmen, Avery and her sister are constantly hunted. Danger awaits them at every turn. They fear they are the only human beings left, that they are the last of their kind.
But are they truly alone?
Find out in this raw and rousing first installment of the Planet Urth series.