"Books are a uniquely portable magic." - Stephen King
One little lion's quest for self-acceptance begins after teasing and bullying leave him ashamed of who he is. But what this little lion finds out is that trying to change for others does't change anything--but being happy with who you are changes everything. 8+ years
Penelope Rose is peculiar. But that's never bothered her. Not one bit. Worried parents or teasing friends, Penelope Rose doesn't let anything get her down. She just keeps right on going. And she uses what makes her different to be daring--rising up to be what only she can be--a beautiful, one-of-a-kind flying pig. 6+ years
A young boy imagines his mother having various animal abilities to help him with his shortcomings. He fantasizes about all the amazing things his mom would be able to do. But is this really the right solution? Maybe something better can be done to solve his problems. 3+ years
What does one do when the day has fewer hours than normal? This brilliantly illustrated poem brings to life the silly tale of what might happen if some of the numbers on the clock just didn't show up for work. Illness, forgetfulness, and love have all got our familiar friends preoccupied, leading to a very interesting day. 3+ years
What happens to a little boy who comes up with continuous excuses as to why he can’t do anything? Turn in homework. Wash the dishes. Play with his friends. “I can’t,” is his response that gets him out of chores and other responsibilities. At first he enjoys his new freedom, but things don’t always go as planned. Is there anything he can do to fix it? 8+years
This collection of poems has plenty of rhyme, but no reason, except to entertain. Follow a lion's quest to obtain his dream of playing with a red balloon, a child's excitement over having the largest ice cream cone in town, a man's mission to find something he can't see, and the adventures of a city's newest hero. Four fun tales sure to make you giggle. 8+ years
Join C.M. Healy’s as he takes you on more silly and strange adventures. The unique pen and ink illustrations by upcoming artist Emma Pate help bring to life these wonderfully entertaining poems. A juggler, baker, and a group of snowman-building friends are just a few of the characters that await you in this latest collection of poems.