Exciting NEW 

   Books

    by Sharyl Calhoun


Children's

Children's books on nature and life

Reb Fishburn:

In Too Deep! 

Swimming brings back a nightmare  that Rebecca Fishburn would much rather forget. So when the gym teacher  announces plans to take the class  swimming for the next two weeks,  Reb can think of nothing else …and she is terrified!

She must do whatever it takes  to stay out of the water. Reb is convinced that she must lie …or she just might drown!

​​​​​​​New... kids books 2018

​​Grandpa's Hidden Gold Farm

You might not expect to find gold on a country farm. But Grandpa knows just where to find this hidden treasure! 

Dig into Grandpa's Hidden Gold Farm for a sweet...and yummy treat!

A fun softcover picture book Introduces children to beekeeping and explains where honey comes from! 


Add our new coloring book to your order--Only $2 more!

Develop your child's love of reading with fun books about nature.

New in 2018! Reb Fishburn: In Too Deep! This new children's chapter book.is a gentle, lightly humorous way to address a serious topic--your child's fear of water.

Grandpa's Tree

"My grandpa helped me  climb up in a tree, that he'd played in when he was a kid.
It reached out and hugged me
with humongous strong arms...
and feeling quite safe there, I hid.."

A young boy's adventure in the old oak tree, where he discovers secrets of nature...and a critter with a bushy tail!

​Hardcover picture book 

"I just now finished Reb's story and had to tell you how much I loved it! Wow! I love the humor, the realism, and the very satisfying resolution at the end, not to mention Sophia's sweet illustrations and Anna's perfect cover art! You guys are good! I really hope you'll be inspired to write more about Reb, Perfect Patty and maybe Howie.  ;).

"I'll be proudly presenting this to my granddaughter when she turns nine later this month. It is terrific to appeal to both genders! I can see how boys would like it, actually -- you've conveyed their humor, silliness and bravado so well, with such understanding. In fact, the entire book reveals how well you know and understand kids and their fears and their victories."                            --Karen Williams, FL

Grandpa's Tree Reading Corner