The Fly and the Cheese: Say You’re Sorry

Fly hated to apologize. In fact, he had never said the word sorry in his life. Fly finds himself in a hard situation only apologizing will get him out of. What is Fly to do? What does it take for him to apologize? This is an endearing, beautifully illustrated story that children will love to read over and over again. Parents and educators will find many hidden lessons and conversations to build upon while engaging our children in a fun activity!

Clumsy Nelson: A story of Self-esteem, Bravery, Grit, Friendship with an Environmental message

Nelson, once the clumsiest seal in the sea, is always needing his friends to get him out of trouble. When his friends are trapped, can Nelson find bravery inside himself and save the day? 

Follow his journey in this modern fairytale to find out.

Poor Clumsy Nelson, he’s always stumbling, bumping or crashing in the plastic polluted sea. We all have times where we feel uncomfortable about who we are. Being clumsy isn’t always easy.

Nelson is a master in getting into trouble. But when a terrible danger captures his friends, Nelson discovers he can DO IT.

Clumsy Nelson is a message of positive self-esteem, courage, perseverance, and friendship for any child who has trouble finding the hero inside.

Clumsy Nelson is also a fun and engaging adventure into environmental awareness,published by Save the Planet Books.

“An inspiring and beautifully illustrated picture book that teaches kids about courage and determination.” – Kate Lobs, teacher.

A story that inspires kids of all ages to never give up and empowers them to find the hero inside.

About the Author

Serena Lane Ferrari is a mother and an English teacher. She writes books for children concerning the future of our Planet.

With Clumsy Nelson, The Butterfly Inside and Stinky Super Skunk, Serena introduces young readers to the important lesson of respecting differences.

About the Illustrator

Giorgia Vallicelli was born in Bologna in 1984 and at a very young age, she discovered she had a talent for art.

Drawing was her first passion, since then she became a highly talented and requested artist for children’s images, poetry and picture books.

Giorgia is already a multi award-winning illustrator.


Meet Serena Lane Ferrari

Serena Lane Ferrari is a mother and an English teacher.
She writes books for children concerning the future of our planet.
Serena hopes her stories will encourage future generations to be aware of and engage with environmental issues.

The charming adventures of The Hungry Fox continue with another original episode.

After the cold winter comes the long-awaited spring with its legendary tasty treats. It’s the time of celebrations in the fantastical forest and everyone throws a feast. Except for our fox who’s hungry for one particular thing and nothing more: a juicy and sweet watermelon he never tasted before.

On his way to get one, he soon discovers that he’s not the only one with a special craving; his neighbors seem to have an appetite for something else than the food they have been saving. And so, to help everyone satisfy their appetite, the astute fox goes on a journey inside the woods, discovering and trading various foods.

A clever and fun book for children of all ages!

Suspenseful storytelling, clever rhyming, humorous situations and a cast of adorable characters all return to make a great sequel to an already favorite book.

The Hungry Fox Adventures series include:

  • Book 1, The Hungry Fox 1: a Fable Told in Rhyme
  • Book 2, The Hungry Fox 2: Tasty Treats 
  • Book 3, The Hungry Fox 3: Family Values 

If you’re looking for the perfect children’s book series to keep your little ones entertained, then go no further: you’ve just found it. Author and illustrator Cole Adams has created the perfect series to make any kid fall in love with literature.

** Each entry in the series can be read as a standalone or in series order **

Bonus: 

The eBook is free with the purchase of the paperback or for Kindle Unlimited subscribers!

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Lily Tames the Angry Monster

Do you make these TOP-7 mistakes in raising children?

(Some of them are inherent even in good parents.)

(Mention: based on research of Northeastern University):

  • #1. Placing a ban on the expression of emotions. Children’s negative feelings should be avoided altogether.
  • #2. Believing the child should be liked by teachers, friends… A child with anger issues is not acceptable. He should always strive to please others.
  • #3. Falsehood from parents. True toddler anger should not be hidden behind a fake smile (this is a bad way for an angry toddler). Falsification of a kid’s anger adversely affects adulthood.
  • #4. When parents try to be an ideal example and avoid talking about mistakes, it subconsciously blocks true life and the toddler’s feelings
  • #5. Parents believe that getting high grades is the most important key to a successful adulthood. But learning to manage your toddler’s emotions is important too.
  • #6.“Boys don’t cry.”
    “Don’t be angry.”
    “That’s bad.” 
    Sometimes anger in children appears about things that look silly to adults. Downplaying a child’s feelings is not good.
  • #7. Anger management with children is stressful. When your children share their feelings, for goodness sake, don’t contradict them.

How can parents avoid these mistakes?

“How do you deal with anger issues in children?” – Alice
“Is there a guide – a kid’s book about feelings?” – Lillian
“Do toddler anger issues exist?”  – Lewis


Let’s getting ideas from a feelings book for children (children’s book about anger)?
This book is a great anger management book for children that can help you and your young child understand their emotions.

“This emotions book for children is relatable!” – Anna
“I did not know you could manage emotions for kids THAT easily!” – Jane
“What a useful children’s book on anger for ages 3 – 5!” – Alexa


This anger book for kids walks you through conversation on how to recognize and deal with anger. It is good for parents to use in dealing with anger in children. Resolve anger issues in toddlers by teaching your child to use anger as a signal. It is also a great children’s book about calming down, with anger control techniques for kids.

“I enjoyed reading this emotional book for babies!”
“My son can also read this as a book about feelings for boys.”
“I feel like the mom in this anger book for children.”

Reading this kids book about emotions will help your child learn how to self-regulate emotions. It can help child boost emotional intelligence.


“What a superb emotions book for preschool!”
“I have used this anger book for preschool classes!”
“This book will be useful for preschool anger management sessions.”

“Lily Tames the Angry Monster” is a perfect children’s book about impulse control! It can help in facilitating how preschoolers manage their feelings. This picture book about emotions suitable for young preschoolers in understanding emotions and even for children with a speech delay!

“Wow, this toddler’s book about feelings and emotions just hit the spot.”
“How I wish we had this anger management book for preschoolers back then.”
“As a new parent, I now feel equipped to deal with anger in childhood.”

Get this children’s book about self-regulation today to help your child have a comfortable future!

Click BUY NOW to add all the secrets of this children’s book about feelings to your parenting experience!

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Panda Goes to School: Rhyming lesson book series for kids ages 3-5

“Beautifully written with easy to understand prose. Children will fall in love with these adorable characters that teach relevant life lessons.” L. Strandt, Retired Preschool Director


“Panda has officially arrived! Panda’s World is going to be a huge player in children’s media in 2020, I’d bet my career on it!” – E.J. Ellis, MBA, Father, Best-Selling Author


L.E. Arning has done it again, this captivating series faces off against some of the biggest challenges that parents struggle through. An excellent read-along or bedtime story for you and your child and a ideal gift for new parents with children ages 3+.

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The Bunny on the Moon

Up on the moon lives a small little bunny,
His name, so they say, is Maribus Honey.

Maribus is lonely and doesn’t want to be all alone on the moon anymore. 
He builds a ladder and climbs down to Earth, but who is making those weird noises?
And why is the bunny girl he meets so familiar? 

A picture book about new experiences, making friends and letting go of your fears. With a strong message of learning to talk about your worries, this rhyming tale is sure to be a bedtime favourite.

Contains a carrot cake recipe!

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The Mother’s Day Rock

Join Sara and her pet goat, Nana, on an adventure as they search for the perfect gift for Mother’s Day. What will Sara do when things don’t go as planned? And will Sara’s mother like her gift? Children, parents, and grandparents will enjoy reading this story with a special message about the love between a mother and child, and a love and respect for Mother Nature and the world we share.

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Arthur The Adventure Dog – In The Woods

Arthur the adventure dog is a Staffordshire Bull Terrier. He loves nothing more than to explore new places and investigate new things, meeting animals and learning all about them on the way. Join Arthur as he goes on an adventure in the woods, to learn about the creatures that live there, and to make new friends.

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Gloom: A light in the Darkness

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Hi, I’m Gloom. I don’t always see things the way other people do. My world is a little different. It’s dark sometimes, sometimes it’s light, and sometimes… it’s just strange. If you’re interested, I’m willing to take you along on a journey to see the world through my eyes. This is just the very beginning of our time together but I think this is the only way to start… in the darkness.

I wrote and illustrated Gloom based on my personal life experiences. It tackles hard subjects and calmly displays them with both words and illustrations. This can encourage younger kids to talk about their problems. It is a graphic novel that deals with depression, loss, and anxiety. It is suitable for ages 5-years-old to adults.