Miss Sugar Crumb's Magic Kitchen
By Malinda Mitchell
Miss Sugar Crumb's Magic Kitchen by Malinda Mitchel is an enchanting story as Miss Sugar Crumb not only bakes magic treats in her kitchen, but also kindness and friendship. Forest animals begin to talk after eating Miss Sugar Crumb's snacks and children will laugh as the forest animals rid their land of hunters using their new found talent of communicating.
Miss Sugar Crumb's baked goods seem to heal the sick and bring fortune to those who are down on their luck. She also, unknowingly, uses her magic to help her neighbors who long to have children. The ending will bring a smile to your face.
The book is beautifully illustrated by Nora Tapp Franzese and adds to the magic of the story.
You can buy your own copy of Miss Sugar Crumb's Magic Kitchen at www.amazon.com. It is available in both printed and Kindle versions.
Cloudy Skies Over Miami
By Susan Wigden
Cloudy Skies Over Miami by Susan Wigden focuses on the importance family, even when people in your family make you a little crazy.
When 12-year-old, Josh is sent to visit his grandparents in Miami he discovers their age difference makes his relationship with them challenging at times. Josh finds the things his grandparents say and do odd, but never thinks they may find the things he does odd as well.
The story teaches the importance of being honest with one another and accepting people for who they are.
Cloudy Skies Over Miami is a good read with a valuable lesson for people of all ages. The book is available at www.amazon.com.
Ruth the Sleuth and the Messy Room
By Carol Gordon Ekster
Ruth the Sleuth and the Messy Room by Carol Gordon Ekster is a fun story as young readers follow Ruth on a quest to find mom's missing potholder that is lost somewhere in her messy room. Ruth must find the potholder before the cookies are done baking. The story teaches children the importance of being organized as well as staying on task even when outside influences distract you. A clock on the bottom of each page shows how much time Ruth has left before the cookies are done. There is also information for parent's on helping their kids be organized.
You can get more information on Ruth the Sleuth and the Messy Room and other books by Carol Gordon Ekster at www.carolgordonekster.com
Squiggly's Race to the Ark
By Tim Davis
Squiggly's Race to the Ark by Tim Davis is a charming story with a powerful message for children and adults alike. Children will delight in the heartwarming illustrations by Kenny DeWitt as they follow Squiggly and his slimy trail on an adventure of a lifetime.
Join Squiggly on his journey to the Ark as he over comes fear and learns that God has a purpose for us all.
Get your copy of Squiggly's Race to the Ark at www.squigglyandfriends.com.
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