Meet Srivatsan Ganesh
Single mother, Sheen, has only $50 to her name. After learning about an impending Government investigation against her, she takes her 12-year-old son, Tey, and her 8-year-old son, Jamal, out for some holiday fun in Downtown Chicago; only to find themselves lost on the Elevated Commuter Train. Before their first stop, Sheen finds a flyer for an event with free food and housing on the floor of the train. Soon after she reads about it, the train begins to shake . They watch their car separates, slide off the rail and crashe to the ground. This leaves them no choice. They get off the still relatively stable train and find Vinn’s Place. Vinn, the owner, is a man from Naples who creates phones using more than solar panels, located farther up then 30 floors overlooking beautiful, Lake Michigan. But all is not okay in their special world when Sheen, Tey and Jamal realize they might have gone too far.
While finding their way, they must contend with a city they soon no longer recognize. Together they face their worst economic crisis and the boys remember their absent father, who left the country to avoid deportation, not so long ago.
Meet Finestra Greene
Meet NUHU ALOM
Meet Sandra Forrest
Meet Trenton Hall
(Rhyming book suitable for Toddlers, Preschoolers, Ages 1-6)
Follow us on the path of kindness and caring in Princess and Unicorn Stories!
Learning good social behaviors is vital to a child’s development, and sharing is one of the first social skills every child must learn. That might mean sharing a toy with a playmate, a snack with a parent, or even a room with a sibling. These are early opportunities to teach your little ones the power of sharing.
Join Princess Penelope and her unicorn Aurora in Sharing: Princess and Unicorn Stories. When Penelope’s friends Owen and Bella come to visit, she has something magical to show them. But even though these best friends love and respect each other, mishaps do happen. As always, they solve their problems by remembering to be polite, kind, and caring as their day of play turns into a day of learning.
The father-daughter duo of J.S. and Penny B. Jen writes in a whimsical fashion educating while entertaining your children.
“Penelope shows her friends what is hidden:
A MAGICAL WAND, decorated with a kitten.
The wand makes animal shapes of all different types.
Animals made from stone, wood, ice and even bright lights.”
Penny B. Jen’s Personal Mantra: “Be respectful. Solves problems. Make good choices.”
Download your copy today! A review is greatly appreciated.
Read on your PC, Mac, smart phone, tablet or Kindle device.
If you enjoyed Sharing: Princess and Unicorn Stories then please check out the next part of the series. Coming in Spring 2020.
Please visit www.jsjenbooks.com for additional information.
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Wendell and Wanda Explore the animals of Noitanigami
Written by Christopher Davy
Illustrated by YOU!
PLEASE BE AWARE: This is the eBOOK version.
Only by using certain devices can you download the eBook and print it off.
If you buy the eBook you can still enjoy the story.
Just create your artwork on something else and then copy the story on to it.
There is a PAPERBACK version available.
Wendell and Wanda
Like to sit and ponder
Just like you and me
They live in a place
There’s lots to do and see
Now with a rhyme
And a pinch of idea
Can you add all the pictures
Make the story appear?
Wendell and Wanda is a special kind of book. It is a D.I.Y. book – Draw It Yourself!
Anyone, of any age, can enjoy creating the artwork to go with the story inside!
When you are done, if you want to, take a photo and share what you have created with the world using:
A NEW STORY GETS RELEASED EVERY MONTH!
To follow Wendell and Wanda and to stay up to date with future releases please visit:
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The year is 1884, and life is hard for the people of Coburn – a peaceful fishing village on the coast of New England.
Until, that is, an ancient artifact – a remnant of a bygone world – is brought to the surface, and its owner returns to claim what was stolen from him. The village will never be the same again.
The Trident is written and illustrated by Gábor Eichammer – a Budapest based freelance artist and author, also known as The Oakhammer. Boasting nineteen pages of colorful panels and drawings, it’s ideal for fans of horror, fantasy and illustrated stories.
Remember, it’s not wise to keep that which isn’t yours.
Middle School Mayhem: Down with the Dance is the first book in this action-packed, hilarious series.
Meet Austin Davenport, whose fabulous luck landed him on this earth only eleven short months after his brother, Derek, putting them in the same grade. While Austin’s brain power is unmatched, it appears as if his brother got all the athletic gifts and the family butt-chin, meaning their parents love Derek more than Austin, or so it seems.
Join Austin on his journey through the tumultuous waters of middle school as he navigates the swampy and undeodorized hallways and explores the depths of the cafeteria’s seafood surprise.
Oh, and someone is plotting to take down the Halloween Dance, the one that Austin has his sights set on, so he can take Sophie Rodriguez, a girl way out of his league, but who doesn’t seem to know it.
Can he stay one step ahead of the new principal who has it out for him? Will Austin figure out who the perpetrators are? Will he save the dance in time? Will he wear a diaper on a stakeout?
This first in a planned series of twelve will have you ROFLing like you never have before.
The funny and fast-paced nature of this series is meant for middle grade and early young adult readers.
Beware! This series has the tendency to turn reluctant readers into eager ones.