PICTURE BOOKS

LEE AND LIMBO, THE FIXER AND THE GARAGE DOOR Picture Books: Grab a copy at Barnes and Noble or 

Amazon

Lee and Limbo are two best friends, the very best friends that can be!
They play together, chase butterflies, and take naps in the sun.
But one day, Lee moves away. Weeks pass, then months, and Lee never returns. Limbo is so sad and lonely; she feels she might never be happy again.
Then something miraculous happens!!
A beautifully illustrated story about kindness, resilience, and finding one’s way, Lee and Limbo, is a heartfelt tribute to the friendship that comes if we allow it, just when it’s needed most. 

LEE AND LIMBO, THE FIXER AND THE GARAGE DOOR Picture Books: Grab a copy at Barnes and Noble or 

Amazon

Lee and Limbo are two best friends, the very best friends that can be!
They play together, chase butterflies, and take naps in the sun.
But one day, Lee moves away. Weeks pass, then months, and Lee never returns. Limbo is so sad and lonely; she feels she might never be happy again.
Then something miraculous happens!!
A beautifully illustrated story about kindness, resilience, and finding one’s way, Lee and Limbo, is a heartfelt tribute to the friendship that comes if we allow it, just when it’s needed most. 

          The Fixer and the Garage Door                                      - Republished -

Are You the Man of the House?

The Fixer and the Garage Door: Charlie, is a story of a good-hearted boy, Charlie, who wants to take care of his mom.

He ensures that he takes care of everything in his house that needs fixing since his dad passed away.

His uncle notices his passion and buys him a hand power tool, the best present ever.

Charlie gets to work and takes care of all the repairs. Then his mom tells him a raccoon almost bit her.

It comes in through the broken seals on top of the garage door, Charlie is baffled.

“No raccoon’s biting anyone!” Charlie says and sets out to cover the holes,

but he learns that fixing the garage door requires some expertise.

After his mom kisses him goodnight, Charlie lies in his bed.

He wonders why his dad passed before Charlie got to know him and learn things from him?

His mom checks on him, and Charlie seizes the opportunity to get answers.

Does his mom give him satisfactory answers?

 

*This is the 2nd publication of The Fixer and the Garage Door*

I decided to republish this book after I got a report that somebody that read the first publication started having nightmares about snakes. 

I changed the snake to raccoon because I don't want to be responsible for anybody's snakes' nightmares!

In addition, I polished the story and the illustrations by adding some closures.

Finally, I changed the front cover to make the book more exciting.  Enjoy!!

                                      Be a Hero

 Cover your mouth when yawning, sneezing, and coughing.

 

                                 "Guilty as charged," Champion.

                                   What's your plea?                  

         Most of us yawn, sneeze, cough around freely without covering our mouths, and never think of the consequences.

         Worse still, people cough and spit anywhere and everywhere, on the streets, in the parking lots, even from moving vehicles.

         Do they think about the people behind, or beside them, the shoes that will step on the scum and the gum, then carry the BUGS to   

         the next breeding grounds?

        Years ago, in the U. S. A, a sick student coughed into my face in a lecture room.

        I became ill before the class was over, and I suffered a nasty flu for two weeks.   

        Most of us love chewing gum. And we spit it out anywhere. So, while jumping rope, Champion stepped on the "Disgusting" gum.    

        As the kids helped her remove the gum, Gina, one of Champion's friends, was feeling bad.

        Gina sneezed hard and loud, spraying her viruses on the other kids.  

        The children spread the viruses to their classmates and teachers.  They all went down with flu the following day.

         Each child took the viruses home, and the spreading continued.

         Guilty for making her parents sick, Champion decided to fight the viruses' spread tactfully and in a friendly manner.

         She put on her Superhero attitude and went to work.

         This story teaches children the importance of protecting themselves and other people when they’re sick.

         It teaches children to be friendly and to stand up against bullying.

         Be a Hero teaches children how to be responsible and how to practice good health habits.

         Kids will learn and sing this message for the rest of their lives!

         Have you entered your plea yet?