A to Z Animal Antics
Have you ever wondered what Aardvarks and Zebras both worry about? (Hint : it’s the same animal!) Have you ever asked yourself what Hippos and Dolphins share? (Hint: it’s a name we use when we find more than of them together!) D0 you know what a Xenops is? Does it have fur or feathers? Do you know where Lions and Tigers and Bears live? Is it where it’s hot or cold?
If you want to know the answers to all these questions (and many more!), then you’ll want to listen to this cheerful narration of A to Z Animal Antics. It’s a rhyming zoo with 26 animals (one for each letter) that you will enjoy learning more about.
Available as: Alphabet poetry
Audio Book Age: 5-12
Grade level: K-6
Great-Grandma Mittie's Letters:
The Space Adventures of Dara, Vesko, and Borko (Parts 1, 2, and 3 )
Dear travelers, in Part 1 of the letter series, you will enjoy a journey on a soft cloud, before learning many interesting facts about the stars, galaxies, and constellations. Then we will be on our way to the core of the nearest star to us, the Sun. We will also complete a fantastic journey to different types of brilliant stars. And everywhere we go, we will be surrounded by tons of laughter, games and surprises.
In Part 2, we will pretend to be atoms and rays of light; doesn’t that sound like fun? After that, we will talk about gravity and then, to prepare ourselves for our adventures in space, we will learn all about our spaceship! Our fun and adventures continue!
Available as: Science Fiction
The Castor Oil Rig Tales
The marine creatures had found sanctuary at the base of the old Gulf of Mexico oil rig. They thought they were safe from the destructive presence of man. But now humans had discovered their new haven. Would they be forced to flee again? Or could they band together and fight to save their new home?
Available as: Sea Adventures Fiction
The Grasshopper and the OWL
This story takes us to the natural habitat of the Grasshopper whose courage and intelligence help him outsmart the Owl and escape to safety.
Available as: Fiction
Born for Medals
How I was getting ready for the top
This book was based on George’s journal, but the story was retold by using his son’s voice, the voice of an established athlete and a world champion. By simplifying events and the language of George’s journal and illustrating it with colorful art, we created a children’s book appropriate for 5-to 8-year-olds. Parents who raise busy children can read this book with the young readers and can help them channel the extra energy for reaching the top of their natural development.
Available as: Nonfiction