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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.

Thursday, January 23, 2014

Here are January 2014 Releases From Guardian Angel Publishing!

Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and other quality on-line bookstores.  
 
EBook versions available at http://www.guardianangelpublishing.com
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A Sandy Grave Academic Wings by Donna McDine art by Julie Hammond
What is a group of friends to do when they discover mysterious men poaching whale teeth at the beach?
 
My Brother is My Best Friend: A Trilingual Story  Academic Wings by Nicole Weaver art by Clara Batton Smith
Brothers are very special. Meet two brothers that do everything together. This delightful story transcends all cultural barriers. It will warm the hearts of children from all over the world.
Los hermanos son muy especiales: Conozca a dos hermanos que hacen todo juntos. Esta  bella historia trasciende todas las barreras culturales. Tocará el corazón de todos los niños del  mundo.
Être frère, c’est très spécial.  Voici deux frères qui font tout ensemble. Cette histoire merveilleuse transcende toutes les barrières culturelles.  L’histoire va réchauffer le cœur des enfants dans du monde entier.
 
Under the Full Moon Academic Wings written and illustrated by San Hoy
What do a family of beavers, a young robin, a scare crow, two wolves, a bunch of sledders, a bow and arrow hunter, a builder of sandcastles, and fairies have in common? Their stories and possibly yours are influenced by the full moon. 

 
All in a School Day Journey Littlest Angels by James Byers art by Jack Foster
Everyone daydreams at school, but have you ever taken a daydream journey while at school? A President flying through the air on a bat? A shark getting a tan on the beach? Discover tree-sized sweets and find yourself in a room with the most peculiar doctor and nurse you’ll ever meet. Enjoy the adventure, but be sure to get back before the teacher catches you dreaming.
 
Trial by Walkabout Chapbooks for Tweens by Margot Finke
Sibling rivalry is the engine that pushes Josh Howard and Bindi into a walkabout that almost proves fatal. The Aussie outback is unforgiving, and the tribal Medicine Man is out for blood – Josh’s blood! 
 
 
Tissue Tantra: The Sum of Our Parts Academic Wings by Bill Kirk art by Eugene Ruble
This children’s non-fiction picture book is all about tissues, from skin to bone, to muscle to blood and is a great learning tool to teach the various tissues found in the human body, from the outside in.  
 
 
A Gift for Roo  Academic Wings by Max and Arianna Overton
A seven-year-old girl, living with her father, tries to cope with the loss of her mother and her loneliness. One rainy day, she rescues a small caterpillar and takes it home with her. Roo discovers truths about growing up and loss, coming to realize that all life is a cycle. 

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