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Available: February 2014
Brown Lou is different than his friends. His friends Green Dean, Tan Stan, White Dwight, Red Ted all rhyme. Lou does not like being different and goes to great and comical lengths to fit in. Eventually, Lou discovers that just as his friends have differences, it is his uniqueness that truly makes him special.
Amusing and light-hearted, Brown Lou tackles the topics of acceptance, identity, self-worth and diversity in a way that children of all ages can understand.
This is Johnny with his ball the one he bounced off floor and wall…he bounced the ball off mom and dad, off sister Sue and brother Brad…
Little Johnny has trouble with boundaries and following directions. His antics eventually get him into some trouble and he learns a lesson about listening to his parents. Highlighted with clever illustrations, Little Johnny presents a great lesson for children of all ages in a format that is both fun and easy to read.
Colors of Nature
Green Frog on the lilly pad.
Catching flies makes him glad.
Accented with wonderful full-color illustrations, Colors of Nature presents children with an exciting introduction to their colors with real-world correlations. Written in easy to read verse, Colors of Nature will quickly become one of your child’s favorites.
Robby Robin sits on top of the highest tree and observes the land around him. From the Garcia’s who put food out for the animals to the Johnson’s farm few things escape his watchful eye. It if from this lofty perch that he keeps careful watch over one very special tree…a tree with a nest, a beautiful lady robin, and some eggs. Join Robby in his adventure as he become a father, teaches his children, and travels south for the winter before once again returning to the land he loves.
One of America’s most beloved birds, the Robin holds a powerful place in native mythology, is the state bird of several states, and is recognized as a symbol of springtime. Robby Robin is a fascinating tale that will open your child’s eyes to the wonders of this magnificent bird.
Robert Stitt, a former member of the United States Air Force, has lived and worked on four continents. His travels have taken him to nearly 500 cities in 25 countries. He began writing books while living in the Middle East where quality children’s books in English were either unavailable or unaffordable. Leaning on his profession as an educator, he strove to provide his children with stories that were fun, age-appropriate and meaningful. His stories often centered around foundational academic and social skills, positive self-image, and nature. His past experiences, as well as his present life, continue to inspire his stories. He currently serves as a school administrator in Alaska where he lives with his wife and three children.