This new peek into the lives of the animals at Grayson Farm introduces us to Hector, a young black snake. He desperately wants a friend, but learns quickly that others do not like him simply because he is a snake.
The themes of treating others well, regardless of how they look on the outside, and being brave and selfless in frightening situations will resonate with the young reader and parents alike.
“Hector the Misunderstood Snake” is a charming and insightful tale featuring beautiful illustrations, delightful barnyard characters, and one kind and gentle snake.
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Released in 2016, The Hen House, is the first chapter book in the "Adventures at Grayson Farm" book series that is perfect for children ages 8 to 11.
The fast-paced story will keep reader's on the edge of their seat when the chickens face peril, but unexpected courageous acts change the course of events. The Hen House features five pretentious hens, including the main character, Freckles, one dignified rooster, a wily fox, a gentle broodmare and two brave farm dogs.
Readers will enjoy meeting Freckles, the not so common white hen, and a colorful cast of barnyard animals in this fun adventurous chapter book that teaches readers about curiosity, courage and friendship. The reader will explore the idea of acceptance–––and that being different is not necessarily a bad thing.
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Published in 2017, Lydia's Gift is the second installation in the inspiring middle grade chapter book series “Adventures on Grayson Farm” and features five young horses, including the main character, Lydia, one motherly broodmare, two delightfully fully crows, two brave farm dogs and one very vain calico cat.
Lydia is a beautiful chestnut filly and the youngest in the herd, but what sets her apart is that she was born half blind with only one eye. Lydia does not know she is different, only that the other young horses avoid her. All alone and struggling to fit in, she makes some unconventional animal friends who teach her important new skills she will need in unexpected times of peril.
It explores the themes that our greatest weakness may be our greatest strength and a disability may be a gift we just didn't know we had.
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