Sophie and the Moon is a lyrical rhyming story suitable for children ages two to seven. Sophie is an inquisitive cow, always asking questions about things she does not understand. Because of her desire to learn and her strength of character, she is recognized by the president and becomes the first space cow. The lesson of Sophie and the Moon is to never stop learning.
A Volcano in Pineapple Cove is a rhyming lyrical tale suitable for kids aged two to eight. William S. Turtle lives in a beautiful paradise with only one problem—a quiet volcano. Will is used to using his shell in clever ways. One day, when the volcano erupts, he saves the town with the help of his shell and clever thinking. The moral of this story is you can solve almost any problem if you think in a creative way.
“A Bone For Jack” is a lyrical rhyming tale suitable for kids ages 2-8. Jack is a young and spirited Dalmatian, who has a loving best friend named Rob. One day Rob has to leave Jack home alone while he travels on business. So that Jack will not be lonely while he is gone, Rob presents the Dalmatian with a new bone. Jack buries the bone in the yard, but after a nap, forgets where he buried it! Without a thought for his good buddy Rob, Jack digs up the whole yard. It’s a bitter-sweet reunion when Rob returns home and Jack learns the value of friendship.
“Milly Gets It Done” is a lyrical rhyming story, suitable for children ages 2 – 7. There’s a drought in the forest and nobody knows what to do about it, but everybody has a lot to say. Milly the forest duck has never believed in empty words, and so Milly springs into action and saves the day. This is a story about common sense and courage that proves the adage: “Actions speak louder than words.”