Works in Progress

No one told Bear

Space flights, skydiving, ballet lessons and treasure hunts are all part of an average Saturday for Emily and her friends, Bear, Dolly, Tiger and Dina. While it doesn’t make sense to her big brother, Emily is perfectly content to spend her time on imaginative play until Matt tells her what can’t happen. Emily never considered limiting herself or her stuffed friends. Is there really anything they can’t do? Find out in “NO ONE TOLD BEAR”, a 447-word picture book.

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Old people need friends, too

Lucy and Miss Mona are neighbors who enjoy swimming, taking trips to the library, painting and playing with dogs. They both like to take slow walks along the lake shore and stop to look at fascinating bits of nature. They both like chocolate chip ice cream. Are all these similarities enough to overcome a 70-some-years age difference? Find out in “Old people need friends, too”, a 393-word picture book.

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Thank you, Mr. Jacobs

Ben is excited for Memorial Day Weekend. His neighbor, Mr. Jacobs, is looking forward to it too, but for a very different reason. Join Ben as he learns about the veterans all around us and some simple ways we can say thank you for their service and sacrifice. “Thank you, Mr. Jacobs” is a 523-word picture book.

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