There once was a farm with three especially fat turkeys.
Dudds, Specs, and Goze—those birds were a little bit quirky.
Gobble, Gobble, Get Away
Gobble, Gobble, Get Away is the comical story of three cunning turkeys who hope to dodge the Thanksgiving Plate. Stealing the farmer's glasses, sneaking into the old shed, browsing the web on the farmer's tablet, the clever gang devises a plan to leave the country altogether.
This 300 word children's picture book features catchy rhymes and a myriad of onomatopoeia, engaging the reader in turkey prattle.
Not Me and His Cousin I Didn't Do It!
When two gnomes decide to give up their life in the garden for a cozy spot indoors, one little boy gets into a world of trouble with his mom. This rhyming children's book pokes fun at the "Not Me" defense of every child. Obviously, there is someone else to blame.
"Oh wait," my mother said in a sarcastic tone.
Oh no, NOT a Mom lecture— I started to moan.
She put a finger to her lips.
"Now let me guess.
Not Me, and his cousin, I Didn't Do It, made the mess?"
CHARMING, MATILDA, AND HOP
Enjoy the story of a shy witch whose life is plunged into utter chaos when a tree frog unexpectedly throws himself into her caldron. Out pops Prince Charming! The earnest Prince endeavors to clean the witch's dingy old house. Matilda gets more than she bargained for when the Prince uses her caldron to muster extra help. Home renovations, stately gardens, a two story ballroom: the Prince puts his crew to work! What is a witch to do with an invitation to a royal ball?
This 2400 word story is a fresh twist on the fabled Frog Prince. This children's picture storybook features the comedy of thirteen Prince Charmings and the tragedy one not so wicked witch.
Image by cocoparisienne from Pixaby
Image by Peter H from Pixabay
"On the corner of Royal and Brew, there stood a most unusual house. It was dismal looking, a bit creepy. People stayed away. Every night brilliant colors shone through its dingy windows. Was it haunted? It's hard to say."
When a little boy named Harry introduces himself to the monster under his bed, he learns about Monster Land, a place with NO RULES, and NO MOMS. Borrowing Monster’s key, Harry descends a hidden spiral staircase into the secret world of monsters. There, he visits the Monster Cafe, joins the fun at a monster playground, and takes a turn at being the scary thing under the bed. When the key fails to unlock the library, Harry is shocked to learn that there are no books in Monster Land, and that monsters cannot read!
“There is a monster under my bed. He likes frosting, lollipops, and bubble gum. He chews his gum like a cow, just like me. Sometimes I have to tell him, “I am trying to sleep!” and I make him spit out his gum. This is the true story of how I came to know about a place called Monster Land.”
Pass with care, no cars/no trucks allowed.
Run Down the Stairs!
Welcome to Monster Land!
Stop in at the Monster Cafe! We only serve POP!
The cheese wagon does not come to Monster Land!
Moster Park Hours