Teach impulse control to your little ones with one of the best impulse control books for kids.
Embrace a science-based, yet practical and kid friendly approach to influence children’s behavior and reaction to everyday situations.
Imagine your kids reacting calmly when asked to put an item down in the grocery store, to go home from the playing field when asked and generally to understand the situation and not react impulsively. Continue reading
Precious wants to be a detective when she grows up. She is always practicing at being a detective by asking questions and finding out about other people’s lives.
There are two new students in her class, a girl called Teb and a boy called Pontsho. She learns that they are brother and sister, and—even more exciting—that Pontsho has a clever pet meerkat named Kosi.
One day, Teb and Pontsho’s family’s cow disappears. Precious helps them look for clues to find the cow. But getting the cow back home will require some quick thinking and help from an unexpected source. Continue reading
A harrowing adventure inside enemy territory.
Heather and Picket are plunged into the darkness of Morbin’s shadow, fighting to bear the flame of the cause and light the way for rabbitkind’s upright insurrection.
Editorial Reviews: The best installment in the Green Ember Series yet. Heroic, soulful, and inspirational, Ember Rising has ascended to the top of my list of recommendations for children and adults alike. – Jaime Showmaker, Storyformed
Demitrius, son of the Archangel Michael, and Mathias, son of the Archangel Gabriel, were with their mutual friend, Melody, exploring places they weren’t supposed to, as usual.
It was in front of the forbidden fruits of knowledge and life, dead center of the Radiant Forest, where their lives changed forever. Haunted by strange headaches and branded with weird symbols, the two boys soon learn they have been chosen as the next candidates for the Trinity Trials. Continue reading
B-R-R-R-R! AH-CHOO! Sneezy the Snowman is cold, cold, cold.
To warm up, he drinks cocoa, sits in a hot tub, stands near a warm fire – and melts! But the children know just what to do to build him up again – and make him feel “just right”. Hilarity chills the air with playful mixed-media illustrations by Stephen Gilpin as Sneezy attempts to warm himself with some silly results. Continue reading