We believe that imagination is a key factor in the development of a child. We also believe that children should be taught lessons that will help them grow into confident, well-mannered, self-sufficient adults. Our books combine both into stories your children will want to read over and over again! Our games challenge players to strengthen their spelling and vocabulary skills and learn facts about the United States in a fun, interactive way! We are excited to share our books and games with children of all ages! Please contact us with any questions or feedback.
Penelope: The Adventures of a Penny
Penelope takes young readers on her many adventures, beginning at the
Denver Mint and ending in a boy's soft pocket. Along her journey, she meets
other coins who share their stories with Penelope. They learn that they
each have value, and that they each have their own 'unique' value!
Hank the Hanger
Many hangers doubt Hank's strength and perseverance.
Can Hank's thin, wiry shoulders hold up an itchy, heavy, winter
coat? The other hangers bully Hank with hurtful words and
actions. Hank's responses eliminate their bullying ways and he
proves that he "can do anything if he believes he can."
Ellie is excitedly awaiting Crazy Sock Day. She finds Sam,
but will she find Sandy in time? Ellie learns an important lesson
and a helpful way to keep her room organized!
What does a tree experience as it goes through all four
seasons? Linden shares all that happens using colorful, descriptive
illustrations. Easy to understand vocabulary as well as scientific
terms make this story appropriate for lower and upper elementary
Where Is Marshmallow?
Marshmallow, the classroom bunny, is missing! The whole school is on
lookout. With the help of a student with a visual impairment and a student
with autism, Marshmallow is found. He is comforted by a student with Down
SCHOOL OR FAMILY GAME
SCHOOL OR FAMILY GAME
Spelling and vocabulary come together in this fun school or family
game as players quickly try to "dissect" words from a larger word.
Points are awarded for either the largest word or most words formed.
Sturdy, colorful box includes: 100 word cards, timer, tablet, pencils
and instructions. Players: 2 or more. Ages: 6 to adult.
Players are challenged to 'state the state' given clues in five
different categories: Capitals, Mottos, Interesting Facts, Bordering
States and Nicknames. State It! can be played independently or
in teams. Each game contains: instructions,, 6 stacks (50 cards/
stack), a timer and 2 pencils. Ages: 9-99 years.