OPEN A BOOK . . . TREASURES AWAIT!
Sean Vogel's exciting three-book series takes readers on adventures in Ireland, Chicago, and Paris.
BOOK #3 (for ages 10+): While in Paris over spring break for a baking contest, Jake McGreevy and his best friend, Ben Meyers, also solve a mystery from the perilous days of World War II, making friends and finding family along the way.
THE US REVIEW OF BOOKS, Jennifer Hartman
“. . . [E]xquisite detail . . . Each scene is described so vividly readers will feel like they have stepped out of the pages and directly into Paris’s streets. Mouths will undoubtedly water from the depiction of the dishes created during the baking contest. And, the storyline keeps one guessing page after page.” RECOMMENDED by the US Review.
A scene from Breezy Bunnies
MIDWEST BOOK REVIEW
“A rollicking rhyme. . . June Goulding’s . . . appealing rabbit drawings will engage young readers and parents alike. . . . The tone of the story is light, sweet, and engaging. . . . [B]eginning readers will find it a thoroughly engaging, fun picture book read."
A scene from Sunny Bunnies
MIDWEST BOOK REVIEW
“Margie Blumberg has written a delightfully entertaining story about a family of bunny rabbits who spend a day at the beach. The rhyming text is as clever as it is entertaining. . . . Charmingly illustrated throughout by June Goulding, ‘Sunny Bunnies’ is a perfect pick for family, school, and community library picture book collections!”
Enjoy learning English grammar . . . one scoop at a time!
Scoop 1: The Sentence: The Definition • The Ending Punctuation Mark • The Eight Parts of Speech • The Four Parts of a Sentence
Scoop 2: Nouns, Pronouns, and Prepositions
Scoop 3: Adjectives and Adverbs
Scoop 4: Verbs
Scoop 5: Capitalization
Scoop 6: Punctuation
Scoop 7: Special Words
In the tradition of Rebecca Elliott's Painless Grammar and William A. Sabin's Gregg Reference Manual, The Scoop on Good Grammar comprehensively presents the rules in a fun and easy-to-follow fashion, making learning a delicious experience!
Sample: Narrated by Grace Angela Henry.
Tutti's Promise is the true account of the Lichtenstern family's unwavering quest to stay alive during the Holocaust while protecting others in harm's way. Written by Tutti’s daughter and filled with historical photos and documents—including one very important Paraguayan passport—this multi-award-winning book draws the reader into the family's plight and reveals the precious legacy of a promise kept.
"That the family survived to have this powerful, heartening tale told cannot fail to move readers.”
—ANNE O'MALLEY, BOOKLIST
Sample: Narrated by Ax Norman.
Jake McGreevy, a 14-year-old gadget whiz, has just landed in Ireland when he stumbles upon the first clue to a treasure missing from the Spanish Armada. Jake sees the riches as his chance to buy back the family sailboat and restore a piece of the life he enjoyed before his father was critically injured in an accident.
"Romance, danger, intrigue, and personality clashes between peers—all make Celtic Run a vivid coming-of-age novel, drawing direct connections between life’s changes, opportunities, strife, and the process of maturity. . . . a memorable adventure story."
—DIANE DONOVAN, MIDWEST BOOK REVIEW
Sample: Narrated by Lori Felipe-Barkin.
In a mud hut in the Jewish Quarter of 16th-century Fez, a dying woman hands her granddaughter a heavy gold ring—and an even heavier secret. Five hundred years later, Alma Ben-Ami journeys to Madrid to fulfill her ancestor’s dying wish.
“Engaging characters, a 500-year-old family mystery, and romance—what more could a reader want? I had a hard time putting it down!”
—MAGGIE ANTON, AWARD-WINNING AUTHOR OF THE RASHI'S DAUGHTERS TRILOGY