BUCKEYE ROOZ DOODLE-DOO
Young rooster Rooz feels is developing at a different pace than the rest of the coop; thinks his Doodle-Doo is a Doodle-Don’t. His pals help him explore other barn voices: quack-a-doodle, moo-a-doodle, and hee-haw-a-doodle, but Rooz feels more confused than ever! Will Rooz be able to find his own voice by sunrise?
WHEN THE SNOW FELL PINK ON PEPPERMINT STREET
The untold story of the Christmas peppermint. As mayor of Peppermint Street, 7-year-old Piper Peppermint’s ancestors have made homemade Christmas spirit-filled peppermints for Santa for 240 years. But when the snow falls pink on peppermint street, all their spirit disappears and Santa's peppermints are in jeopardy.
SCOUT PAINTS THE BLACK
Scout Junior knows every batter in the league, and Nico thinks there isn’t a better pitcher on the team. When Coach announces he’s cutting players before the playoffs, Scout is determined to take the mound. With the game on the line, Coach reluctantly lets Scout play. Scout stuns the batter by revealing SHE is the closer. Will Scout paint the black or will the homerun king smash her dreams?
MISS HAZEL'S HATS
Hats glitter and jingle. Rattle, tick-tock, and fold. A lyrical ode to all the hats teachers wear - especially the ones we can't see.
PAULY ADOPTS A PUPPY
Pets are remarkable ways to help children with autism. To prove she’s ready for a pet, Pauly gets Papa to pretend he’s a puppy. Papa learns tricks and commands. But then Papa pup starts eating her homework and digging holes in the garden! Will Pauly show she is responsible enough to adopt a puppy?
MY UPSIDE-DOWN FACE
Blow your cheeks up like a balloon and cross your eyes like a baboon. But what happens when things start to take a 180-degree turn? Your upside-down face theatrically appears! Interact with the silly faces on every page until you finally meet your upside-down face.
SHADOW PLAY: AIR ANIMALS
Interactive shadow play. Soar through the sky with Sparrow and patrol the night with Swan. Seriously, bedtime with the kiddos just got so much more fun! Are you ready for some shadow puppet fun?
POOJA'S ICE CREAM CART
Pooja tries to think of a way to bring her diverse community together. After a deliciously sweet idea pops into her mind, Pooja uses her chemistry skills to make ice cream. Crafted with tasty words and a jubilant rhythm, the story is as robust and rangeen as Pooja’s ice cream.
A close voices story inspired by my friend, Pooja Bavishi – Founder and CEO of Malai Ice Cream in Brooklyn, New York. (Concepted books to follow: Tini’s Button Bot and Vada’s T-Shirt Shop)
GIANT BAT OR TINY HAT
A Funny board book about uncommonly sized things in an ordinary world.