2015 is around the corner. If you’re a fan of outdoor learning, literacy, great photography, and, of course, dogs, then you should check out Mr. Pish’s new 2015 calendars. This year, the famous traveling terrier is featured at America’s National Parks.
Mr. Pish visited 41 States, Washington DC, and 7 Provinces of Canada to discover awesome places to share with his readers. His love for exploring is evident in these full-color calendars.
Want more Mr. Pish? The Mr. Pish Educational Series currently contains six books, five calendars, and fun, educational apps for Apple and Droid products.
Click a calendar to learn more about it!
Postcards from Mr. Pish (East Coast Edition)
by K.S. Brooks
KidLit, Children’s books, educational
Available from Amazon.
The lovable Jack Russell Terrier leads readers on an expedition down the East Coast of the United States in Postcards from Mr. Pish Volume 3. With each new discovery, the traveling terrier sends a postcard with full-color photographs and engaging text geared to promote outdoor learning and literacy. A 2013 BigAl’s Books & Pals Readers Choice Award Nominee.
“For any kid with an adventurous spirit, a love of animals, and a sense of humor, this book is certain to delight.” – Scott M.
Doorways to Arkomo – Book 1 of the Spirit Oak’s Gift
by Jacqueline Dooley
Word count: 67,000
Within Arkomo’s Four Kingdoms, one hundred princes are raised in total seclusion, preparing for the Departure—a sacred ceremony that will finally allow them to live freely among their people.
But Sorel, Arkomo’s only princess, fears the Departure isn’t what it seems.
One night Sorel opens a magical Doorway into a strange world—the place she calls Hospital. There she meets 11-year-old Grace Woodward who is desperately ill. Hopeless and about to give up, everything changes for Grace when she meets Sorel and learns about Arkomo—a world that once only existed in her imagination.
Grace and Sorel embark on a journey to save the Princes before the winter solstice—the night of the Departure. With Grace growing sicker each day, and Sorel dangerously close to being discovered, they’ll both need a miracle to survive
This book is available from Amazon, Smashwords, and Barnes & Noble. Continue reading
I’m so bored. I wish I had a book to read!
Summertime is upon us, and you know what that means. The kids are out of school and you’re going to be hearing these words a lot:
I’m sooo bored!
Once you’ve made the pilgrimage to Disneyland and a few trips to the pool, it’s pretty much over. That isn’t gonna save you.
Books can keep them entertained and maintain their reading skills for the upcoming school year. Making a summer reading list is a great idea, but why go schlepping to the library to wrestle with another mom over the last dog-eared copy of Where’s Waldo when there are so many great indie books for kids?
If you have a book for kids from Pre-K to Middle Grade, put the title, author, and Amazon link in the comments! We will convert your link to a clickable book cover. Do not attempt to insert an image in comments on your own.
Remember, without books, you may spend your summer hearing things like, “I thought an umbrella would work like a parachute.”