My e-Books

These books are available for any Kindle or Kindle App. Kindle apps are free for any PC, Mac, iPhone, iPad, Android, BlackBerry, or Windows Phone 7. Download your free Kindle app here: You can find these books on my Amazon Author Page:

Product DetailsMy Embarrassing Dancing Dad – Sometimes parents can be so embarrassing! That’s how the student in this book feels during Parent Share Day. But when the narrator’s dad starts dancing in front of the whole class and no one makes fun of him, an important lesson is learned.  This humorous rhyming book enforces positive social skills and is best suited for preschool and early elementary school.  

Number Zoo – In this fun rhyming book with adorable animal illustrations, young children will enjoy practicing their counting skills at the Number Zoo. This book is best suited for children ages 0-4.

There’s a Monster In My Bed – In this rhyming preschool picture book, a little girl is scared when she thinks there is a monster in her bed. However, she is in for a big surprise when she discovers what’s really hiding under her covers.  

There’s a Monster in My Closet – What’s making all that noise in the closet? Could it really be a monster? Preschool aged kids will love finding out in this cute, rhyming picture book. If you liked “There’s a Monster in My Bed”, you will love this sequel. It is the same concept, but with more suspense, longer text, and more pages.

Product DetailsRoad Trip – Family road trips can be long, but they can also be memorable and fun. Kids and parents alike can relate to this delightful, rhyming picture book about a family traveling to visit their grandparents.


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