Family history and conversations on trying new things.

Happy ebook birthday to The Little Boy Who Wouldn’t Eat Cheesecake by Christina Myers illustrated by Katherine Carver!

I connected with Christina through a #PB event on Twitter and Instagram. She is a beautiful soul who inspires me immensely. When she contacted me about her picture book launch, I was elated to be part of the team to help get this beautiful story out there. Plus, my boys have also never wanted to try cheesecake because they find the concept for this dessert rather odd—this book was the perfect alignment.
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The search is on for tree climbers, firefly catchers, and hide-and-seekers!

Summer is FINALLY here and Dusk Explorers is the perfect book to celebrate the warmest season of the year—a time for endless outdoor adventures and reconnection with nature. A time where both kids and parents feel free—from the demands of school, work, and schedules. Especially during the time of COVID-19 where everyone has been inside for far too long! Who would have ever thought that the year 2020 would go down in history as a global pandemic? 

Dusk Explorers is a beautiful pairing of text and inclusive illustration that captures nighttime adventures. My three children—ages one, six, and twelve—loved it! Read More

Kind words are like honey, sweet to the soul…

“Make sure to taste your words before you let them out of your mouth.” ~Amera’s Mom

This book is such an incredible tool to help children with emotional development, empathy and kindness. Especially in a quarantine—where there will be occasional bickering and misunderstandings between siblings.

This is a story about discovering that mean words leave a bad taste in our mouths while “kind words are like honey, sweet to the soul…”(Proverbs 16:24). Read More