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Moving is never easy. Living in a new house, in a new neighborhood, where nothing is familiar can be hard. Bear B and Stone are experiencing these changes in their life. They are making new friends and learning to love their new home. Not everyone is very welcoming. Bossy and Butch are downright mean. They don’t like Stone. It’s not anything he did. It’s just because he is a cat. Bully Troubles is about overcoming the bullies. Bear B and Stone want to be able to enjoy their lives. They don’t want to let Butch and Bossy get in the way. Can they defeat the bullies without becoming bullies themselves?
This is a very enjoyable children’s book from the point of view of Bear B a sweet dog who hangs out with Stone, a cat.
While exploring their new neighborhood they experience bullying, it’s really neat how they end up dealing with it, and the awesome twist at the end.
I think every child in grade school should be REQUIRED to read this book, then discuss it! Maybe it will help end some of the bullying in schools!
Very wonderful childrens book! I am so blessed to have won it on Goodreads!
I will tell everyone I know with children to get this book!
Monster Beneath my Bed
You’re all tucked into bed when you hear a sound. Was it in the closet? Maybe beneath your bed? You tell your parents, but they say there is no such thing as monsters. You know what you heard, right? Monster Beneath my Bed is a (mostly) true story about a monster living beneath the bed at night. Follow one little girl’s scary nights as she struggles with the noises she hears coming from beneath her bed. Find out what she learned about her monster in the surprise ending that will leave everyone feeling relieved about what lurks in their bedroom at night.
We really enjoyed this book, as we have Monster’s sometimes beneath our beds too!!! Monster Beneath My Bed was easy to read, captured all the kids attention. At the end they were laughing, loving this cute children’s book. When I say spooky, don’t worry this is not going to scare your children. Tiffany writes this book with that in mind, not a scary book but cute for children. I like that you can buy paperback or download, but I would recommend the paperback for children. Illustrations were cute, they are all hand drawn not the best of drawing, nothing is taken away from the book with the drawings still really cute. The Illustration’s are colorful, that is a major plus. I often find that some books for children don’t have much color. The color of all the Illustrations we liked! My children loved this book, I would highly recommend this book to parents for a Halloween Treat!
I Love the Changing Seasons
2013 KART Kids Book List Award
From the couple who brought you We’ve Seen Santa comes their newest book. I Love the Changing Seasons is about all the wonderful changes each season brings. Children will learn about the seasons while enjoying the fun rhyming rhythm of the story. Coming soon from this author/illustrator duo is Monster Beneath my Bed which explores every child’s fear of the unknown.
This book is a little bit harder for me to review. The rhymes were fairly well done. The illustrations were cute but I do think the book would have benefitted from a more professional job. Overall I gave the book three stars because my daughter (who is 3 1/2) seems to enjoy it and has asked to read it several times. I do think it’s pretty cool that the author and her husband have collaborated to create this book (as well as their first) for their kids. What a great family memory they’ll have.
We’ve Seen Santa
It’s every child’s dream to catch Santa leaving presents under the tree. Falling asleep on Christmas Eve is a struggle! You hear a sound. What was it? Could it be Santa? We’ve Seen Santa is the story of a brother and sister who sneak out of bed and go downstairs to take a peek. Will Santa be eating the cookies they left out for him? Will he be the jolly man they imagine? Will he be happy to see them? An unforgettable Christmas is in store for these siblings!
This is a nice little rhyming story of a brother and sister who can’t sleep on Christmas eve and finds that jolly old elf downstairs filling under their Christmas tree with their presents. Will he be eating the goodies that they have left? Will he leave them coal in their socks if he hears them awake? Come join in the fun as these two spy on Santa and enjoy their holiday happiness. This is a cute, short children’s book that I will be sharing with my 2 year old grandddaughter if I can get her to sit still long enough. The illustrations are well-done for children this size to relate to and since most pages rhyme together, it should hold her interest. I think just the fact that these children in the story are catching Santa in the act will capture most young children’s attention. I would recommend this book to anyone looking for a Christmas picture book to share with a 2-4 year old.
2011 NaNoWriMo Novel
Five-year-old Alice White is missing. Her room was left in shambles. Nothing about this small town, or its haunting woods, is normal. Is the “Child Eater” real, or merely a story told by parents to keep their children out of the woods?
Tabitha Jordan is a private investigator with a history and understanding of the supernatural. Her own childhood came to an abrupt end the night a monster came for her and got her father instead.
Will Tabitha find Alice in time? Can she solve the mystery of the “Child Eater” and bring Alice back home where she belongs?
This book kept me on the edge of my seat, couldn’t read it at times when alone cause it scared me!