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Fish also go to heaven

Fish Also Go to Heaven

Written by Tammy Brown Elkeles

Illustrated by Raquel Alfonso

Young Ellie loves her ginger fish. But fish do not live forever. What happens to them?

Ellie’s best friend is her little goldfish. Spending every moment she can with him and telling him all her secrets. And at school she talks about him all the time as well. But one morning little “Fishie” is not moving…. Where do fish go when they die? Like all children, Ellie loves her little pet, Fishie. Sometimes young children are confronted by the realities of life that no one lives forever, especially little fish. How will Ellie and her mother handle the situation when Fishie is not moving one morning? After trying to spare Ellie the pain and replacing Fishie by a similar fish, after a while the new fish jumps out of his fish bowl. Mother must now teach Ellie about one of the most basic facts of life. What happens to fish when they die? Are they OK wherever they are? Will we ever see them again? How will Ellie handle the loss of her goldfish? How will mother help Ellie with he loss? "Fish Also Go To Heaven" offers kids a lesson about the facts of life and death in a unique way that will make it easy for them to handle similar loss.

 

This children's book is suitable for a read aloud bedtime story for preschoolers or as a self-read for older children.

 
Trinidad
Trinidad

Trinidad

Written by Tammy Brown Elkeles

Illustrated by Dihotopia Studio

What if you had the chance to make peace in the world forever?

The events in this story happened millions of years ago in a small tribe of three horned Triceratops dinosaurs…

 

Trinidad, a scared little dinosaur, has to get over his insecurities and fears and bring peace to the entire Triceratops tribe.
The tribe goes through difficult times. Every day and night, the treacherous carnivores attack them. Trinidad’s dad is one of the bravest dinosaurs in the tribe. He won many battles with the carnivores. But his deeds paid their price. Trinidad’s dad lost his horn after a fight.

 

Trinidad admires his father’s courage, but he has a different way of seeing things. His perspective is seen by other members of the tribe as cowardice.
How will Trinidad choose to confront the dangerous carnivores?
Will Trinidad succeed in his quest to unite the tribe?
"Trinidad the Brave Triceratops" offers kids lessons about bravery, values,family and cooperation.

 

This children's book is suitable for a read aloud bedtime story for preschoolers or as a self-read for older children.

 
The Dinosaur who Wanted to Fly
The Dinosaur who Wanted to Fly

The Dinosaur who Wanted to Fly

Written by Tammy Brown Elkeles

Illustrated by Dihotopia Studio

A little dinosaur is ready to sacrifice everything he loves in order to learn how to fly

Once upon a time, when giant creatures roamed the surface of the earth, a small dinosaur called Dido was playing in the forest, not far away from the place his parents lived….

STEP INTO DIDO’S WORLD!
Dido, the little dinosaur, dreams of flying and all day long he gazes at the sky, where the flying dinosaurs roam. One day, while walking in the forest, Dido finds a wounded flying dinosaur and, despite the fact that his parents are poor and have a limited amount of food, he decides to feed his new friend. Dido saves the flying dinosaur, but the healing has its costs. The food supplies are scarce and Dido must find a way to feed his family.

Will Dido find food in his dangerous and long journey?
Will the wounded dinosaur gratify Dido for his good deeds?


"The Dinosaur Who Wanted to Fly" offers kids lessons about will power, bravery and cooperation.
 

This children's book is suitable for a read aloud bedtime story for preschoolers or as a self-read for older children.

 
The Snow Globe

The Snow Globe

Written by Tammy Brown Elkeles

Illustrated by Dihotopia Studio

Two brothers find a way to shrink themselves and manage to enter the snow globe.

What if, one day, you will be able to turn your imagination into reality?

Joe and Nigel are two brothers that use their creativity to get inside a small snow globe their uncle gave them when he returned from a trip to Antarctica. From inside the snow globe, the room seems to be a gigantic and surreal place.
Luna, their dog, accompanies them in their journey. The boys start playing in the snow. They find a sledge and ride it on a hill. They make a polar snow bear. ...... Suddenly, they hear footsteps. Who could it be?
Will Joe and Nigel manage to escape the tiny world inside the snow globe?


"The Snow Globe" offers kids lessons about imagination unbound, brotherhood and cooperation.

This children's book is suitable for a read aloud bedtime story for preschoolers or as a self-read for older children.

 
Jumbo image

Jumbo

Written by Tammy Brown Elkeles

Illustrated by Dihotopia Studio

Want your kids to enjoy a story of an unexpected hero?

Fasten your seat-belt and get ready for the adventure of your life!


Sam's a scared little boy who has the opportunity to become a hero.
One day, Sam and Tom pass near a tall white fence. Tom jumps over the fence, but Sam hesitates. He stays speechless by the fence; his heart beats really fast and his tiny little hands are sweaty. He says he doesn't want to jump. "Chicken!" yells Tom.
On their way home, Sam asks his mother if he's good at something. His mother tells him he knows how to make big chewing gum balloons. "That doesn't count!" Sam says. He wants to be good at hard activities such as flying a plane.

His wishes come true in a extremely UNEXPECTED way.
Sam must get over his insecurities and fly a real plane in order to save the lives of the people on board.


"Jumbo"" offers kids lessons about not giving up, and not giving in. About self belief and self image.

 
trip to safari
trip to safari

A Trip to the Safari

Written by Tammy Brown Elkeles

Illustrated by Dihotopia Studio

What if you and your kid had a close encounter with droves of African animals?

What if you could see up close animals such as giraffes with endless necks, zebras with black & white stripes, huge elephants, sneaky snakes, crazy monkeys and tall flamingos?

In “A Trip to the Safari”, Mom takes Joe to the zoo where strange and wonderful things happen. Just when they’re about to go home, a heard of animals approach mom and Joe. Mom and Joe take cover and form a little hill on the middle of the road. They look in awe at the animals: a giraffe, a zebra, an elephant, a snake, a monkey, a lion, a flamingo and a tiger. The animals inspect the “hill”, some of them even sniff it.

Will mom and Joe escape with a whole skin after this encounter?
"A Trip to the Safari" offers kids a fun read with lessons about animals and imagination.


This children's book is suitable for a read aloud bedtime story for preschoolers or as a self-read for older children.