jingle books for children

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Pictures & stories, love & Lessons

no book is more lasting than a book for children, for we carry its lessons with us all our lives. we'd like you to introduce you to our first GRoup of marvelous children's authors and to their delightfulbooks as well.

NOAH BAIRD

Noah Baird, author of Donations to Clarity (for grown-ups!) wanted to attend the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Clown College, but his grades weren't good enough (who knew?). However, his grades were good enough to fly for the U.S. Navy (again, who knew?), where he spent 14 years until the government figured out surfers don't make the best military aviators. Southpaw was written at the request of his two children, who wanted him to write a book they could read.

southpaw

In a wacky town of only left-handed people, something is not right . . . South Paw explores the ideas of discrimination, bias, and acceptance. Read this book for enjoyment, or use it to stimulate deeper discussions on how we should treat each other.

illustrated by Kimberly mcmaugh

Available now for $13.95 plus tax.

ANGEL CAUDILL

Angell Caudill enjoyed a career of over two decades as a high school teacher in Winston-Salem, NC. She was instrumental in developing the “Arts for Academics” art magnet program at R.J. Reynolds High School. Now in retirement, she enjoys writing poetry, plays and short stories, as well as gardening and spending time with friends. Hope Swirls is her first illustrated book.

hope swirls

Hope Swirls is a spell-binding and mystical journey through the life of a young man. Once down trodden, he discovers the meaning of life from an unlikely guide. After many years of living a life filled with joy, he returns to his mentor. This marvelous book is full of magnificent illustrations and written in the most moving and poetic way.

illustrated by bane hurst

Available now for $13.95 plus tax.

DR. LINDA FELKER & GRANDSONS

Not every distinguished author works with her grandsons to write a delightful children’s book, but that’s exactly what Dr. Linda Felker did. With Jackson Todd Cates and Zachary Fox Cates, Dr. Felker breathed life into a marvelous volume of upside down questions that all begin with “What If,” and take off in the happiest, most unexpected ways.

what if?

A book of curious questions asked by an imaginative boy. For example: 
 
What if kids were the parents, and the parents were the kids?

Available now for $13.95 plus tax.

JUDIE HOLCOMB-PACK

Judie Holcomb-Pack is a Winston-Salem, North Carolina, native and enjoys writing fiction, non-fiction and poetry. She also edits a monthly magazine for seniors. Mr. Snickers is her first book.

snicker's nine lives

In Heaven there’s a special place called Heaven’s End, far past the golden gates, at the end of the golden streets, in a tiny corner that can just barely be seen through billowing clouds called Heaven's End. Heaven’s End is just for animals – pets, to be exact. And one day, one of the pets who was supposed to go to heaven could not be found anywhere. Where was Mr. Snickers?

illustrated by scott hooper

Available now for $13.95 plus tax.

DIANE JARRETT SILCOX

For author Diane Silcox Jarrett, A Light to Keep is her third non-fiction title for children. Fascinated by history from her childhood, she enjoys writing creative historical stories for young readers. Inspired by her audience, Diane is a substitute teacher as well as freelance and magazine writer. She lives outside Raleigh, North Carolina, with her family. Illustrator Carol Moates has devoted her life to painting and teaching art. In addition to having her own gallery, Uptown Artworks in Greensboro, NC, Carol teaches from her own studio and in a variety of other settings. She is one of the better known artists and instructors in the Piedmont of North Carolina, where she lives with her husband.

Coming Soon, Have You Heard of the Boogie

A LIGHT TO KEEP

A Light to Keep is the inspiring true story of the renovation of the Currituck Lighthouse, a guardian of the North Carolina Atlantic Coast. The book tells the story of different generations that have fallen in love with the historic structure and how they all responded when time and the changes of technology took their toll on the beloved lighthouse and its 1,000,000 bricks.

ILLUSTRATED BY carol moates

Available now for $14.95 plus tax.