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Penelope Anne Cole enjoys writing children’s stories to be read aloud. “Reading to children is the best way to help them love literature.” Ms. Cole has taught and tutored at every grade level, K to 12, and community college. She also reviews children's books. When not writing or reviewing children’s books, Ms. Cole enjoys dog walking, reading, gardening, church, and choir activities. She is a member of the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators, a member of the California Writers Club:  Fremont Area Writers, SF Peninsula Writers, and South Bay Writers, and is a Reading Therapist with Read America. Ms. Cole reviews books at

http://pennyreviews-chat.blogspot.com/

See reviews of Ms. Cole's books at

http://reviewsforpenny.blogspot.com/

Her website is www.penelopeannecole.com

Contact Ms. Cole for School Author Visits, locally in-person, or by SKYPE.

Monday, October 28, 2013

October Releases by Guardian Angel Publishing

A Bad Mad Sad Day for Mama Bear  Animals & Pets 
by Mayra Calvani, artist KC Snider
On a very bad day, Little Bear offers Mama Bear various items to make her feel better, but she’s too busy to notice—until he gives her his super, so good, so very special dolly. Silly humor, alliteration, repetition, and onomatopoeia make this a fun read-aloud story. 
Bethlehem’s King Size Bed Musical Playbook  Angelic Harmony 
by Dixie Phillips, Sharon Phillips, Lucy Robbins, and Leslie Troyer 
A Christmas Musical for Children-Phineas of Capernaum orders a flock of sheep to find a king size bed for the newborn King about to be born in Bethlehem.
Captain Courage and the World’s Most Shocking Secret  Book 2  Littlest Angels
by Stacey A Marshall, artist Michelle Morse When beloved school principal and superhero, Captain Courage, reveals a shocking secret about himself, he shows everyone at school the true meaning of courage. 
Earthquake!   Academic Wings hardcover edition
by Susan Berger, artist Eugene Ruble
Ghost Story  Littlest Angels
 by Liam Maher, artist Gin May
One rainy day young John and cousin Harry play catch in the lovely lounge of a beach hotel. A gorgeous crystal chandelier gets shattered, but escaping from the damaged room, the duo causes the blame to fall on a ghost.
Hidden Treasure Littlest Angels 
by Judith J. Miller, artist Robert Beers
Instead of playing Matt must clean his room including the disaster under his bed. Besides scary, broken and stinky things he discovers a true treasure.
Mágico Mateo   Spanish Editions 
by Penelope Cole , artist Kevin Collier
Mateo tiene un secreto:  Él arregla las cosas por arte de magia.
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The Ferry Boat  Littlest Angels 
by JennaKay Francis, artist Ed Woodward III
Riding the ferry to the island to visit friends is an adventure by itself. A rhyming story about a child’s adventures aboard a ferry.
Where will we fly?  Academic Wings 
by MarySue Seymour artist Cheryl Spadacinni.

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