Now and Then!
There's A Monster in My Closet!
Did you ever wonder what makes those bumps you hear in the middle of the night? Where are those shadows on the wall coming from? Is that doorknob really turning? It's just your imagination. Or is it?
Every child thinks there's a monster living in their closet. But one night, JT finds out he's right!
And JT's monster believes there's a monster living in his closet. He's right, too. It's JT!
Follow along as these two young boys in 'There's a Monster In My Closet!' go from fear to friendship and learn that just because you're different doesn't mean you're a monster.
The Snow Lord and the Spring Fairy
When the Paradise Prince loses his princess in a tragic accident he can't bear to live on their tropical island anymore. He moves to the most desolate place on earth... the Antarctic. Now known as the Snow Lord he lives alone in an ice castle. His only friend is an albatross who also lost his mate.
Evolet, the Spring Fairy is responsible for planting seeds and bulbs all over the world. Although she knows her flowers can't grow in the Antarctic, she can't resist planting just a few crocus bulbs on the very edge of the snow. Furious at her attempt to bring color to his land, the Snow Lord captures Evolet and locks her in a large dog cage.
Can this little Fairy melt the hearts of these two characters and teach them the meaning of happiness? A portion of the proceeds will be donated to help save our precious Rain Forests.
Appropriate for children age 6-12
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The Dream Catcher
Evie is surprised when she finds a tiny fairy tangled up in the bottom of her bed covers. Her cousin Brandon doesn't believe her story for a minute. The two devise a plan to capture the fairy to see what he's up to and find out why he carries a net with him all the time. When they discover that his mission is to capture the good dreams of sleeping children to keep his world from crumbling away, Evie and Brandon set out to help him.
Appropriate for children age 6-13
A beautiful poem written through the eyes of an eight-year-old boy as he reads the note his beloved grandmother left behind before she died. It's also a way to gently introduce children to death and/or help them deal with the loss of loved ones. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to cancer research.
Appropriate for ages 5 through adulthood.