Matteo is bullied at school. When Matteo makes a discovery, he finds new friends and learns that being himself is just fine.
Ages 6–9. $2.00 Kindle Edition
*****Congratulations on writing a wonderful book that will be enjoyed by many. There is much to love about your book: teaching kids how to stand up to bullying in an appropriate manner, caring for other living things, and introducing kids to another language. ~ Louise Privette, School Psychologist.
Molly Moonfish and her mom must save Ruby's Cove, where they live in Hawaii. Fossil fuel and climate change is ruining their food and village. Trash from the beach is landing in the water instead of recycling bins. Mom and Molly go on a sea–trip to meet the person who can help them.
*****Lovely Story for Children and Adults alike! This is a great story and will appeal to a broad readership, both children and adults alike. I love the mix of reality and fantasy; a fish in the sea meeting up with a scuba diver. Molly is a lovely character and the author brings her to life in a most endearing way. Highly recommended." ~ MaryAnn Myers, Author. Season's End and 27 books.
*****Grandson Loved It! I just completed reading MOLLY MOONFISH ON THE MOVE by Marilyn June Janson with my eight year old grandson. As we read the story, Ben really “got into” the three main characters: Molly, her mom, and Professor Andre. The story sparked an interesting discussion about climate change and the need for all of us to work to protect the environment. The book introduced him to several new words; the vocabulary list in the back of the book was very helpful. ~ Steve Epstein, Grandfather
****MOLLY MOONFISH ON THE MOVE is filled fascinating facts about the ocean, its plants and animals, and climate change, and ends with some encouraging solutions. Carol Sletten, Artist
Ages 6 – 9. $ 2.00 Kindle Edition
Sam Landon's mom tells him some news about his classmate Tyler Reed. Sam has lots of questions. With Mom's help, Sam learns how to say goodbye to a teammate and friend.
AGES 6-9. $2.99 Kindle Edition.
Sam is guided gently by his mom on a journey helping him come to grips with death and dying. WHAT HAPPENS NOW? is a touching and poignant young reader’s book about the end of life.
~Susan Wingate, Best Selling Amazon author of How the Deer Moon Hungers and host of Dialogue: Between the Lines
This author was very brave to take on such a difficult subject and conveyed it with tenderness and caring. She is to be commended. Even her cover choice, shows thoughtfulness and deep meaning. Children of all ages would benefit from this story, and their parents too.
~MaryAnn Myers, Author Hasty Lady: A Dream Come True for Owner Harry D. Burns
The author handles a delicate subject with tact and heartfelt compassion. A must read for any family experiencing the loss of a loved one or for anyone navigating the rough waters of explaining death to a child.
~Eva Gehn, YA Author and parent
A perfect read for the grade school student dealing with issues surrounding illness and the loss of a friend.
~Steve Epstein, book reviewer, and grandfather
When Cindy Matthews goes away to summer camp, she finds the courage to be herself.
Tommy is going to visit his grandparents in Florida. Instead of flying, his BFF Marissa finds a cool way to get him there.
Carla Camel Cane is bringing a birthday present to her grandmother. When her best friend Clyde Camel Clarke wants the present for himself, she risks losing a BFF.
*****I highly recommend the Super Cool Kids Collection to kids of every age. ~ Susan Wingate, #1 Bestselling Amazon Author of The Deer Effect.
*****A Collection of family-friendly stories that provide the perfect springboard for conversations with kids including new experiences, peer pressure, and overcoming fears. Robin S., Librarian
Afraid to fly to his grandparents' house in Florida, Tommy's BFF finds a cool way to get him there!
Ages 6 – 9
I really enjoyed this book! Think pure fantasy, kid-powered fun. Tommy is scared about flying to his grandpa's house in Florida, so his super smart friend Marissa takes it upon herself to find a way to teleport him instead. Of course, all the characters enter into the idea enthusiastically with no concerns about practicality or safety, just as they should in a zany kid's book! ~ Mary M. Children's Librarian
Marilyn June Janson's essay, "Lucky For Love" appears in this issue.
On a rainy Saturday morning, Marilyn drives through flooded streets to visit kittens in an animal shelter. A black kitten steals her heart. Yet, she goes home without her. Sad, she rushes back to the shelter. Will the kitten Marilyn already named Muffin still be there?
Softcover and Kindle Editions are available.
Multi-Award-Winning writer Marilyn June Janson's essay, "Death Be Not Proud" appears in this anthology.
****Marilyn's essay was great! I'm going to read it again along with the other writers' articles. ~ Lorraine Paul, New York