What do you see when you stare at the puffy white clouds in the sky?
In their secret haven, a grassy meadow nestled amongst whispering trees, Jane and her brother Joey lie on the grass, heads tilted back, gazing up at the ever-changing tapestry of clouds. Each fluffy formation becomes a creation of their imaginations: Dragons, castles, or unicorns. As they venture deeper into their whimsical creations, the children transcend the ordinary. They embark on grand adventures without ever leaving the sanctuary of their beloved meadow.
But when their little brother Jimmy interrupts their adventures, they push him aside. So, Jimmy sits alone on a hill as the clouds pass him by. Will Jane and Joey realize that gazing at clouds is more fun together than alone?
In this heartfelt tale of friendship and wonder, with its colorful illustrations, Jane and her brothers embark on their celestial odyssey of their vivid imaginations, one puffy cloud at a time.
Prince Peter dreams of being a real prince, but he's never had the chance to prove himself.
He's surrounded by people who tell him what a real prince should be: brave, courageous, strong, and able to slay dragons.
One day, he decides to enter the dangerous Dragon Forest to slay the fiercest dragon that ever lived. That'll prove he's a real prince!
Once inside the Dragon Forest, Peter discovers that things aren't what he thought they'd be. Peter learns that being a real prince involves more than slaying the dragon—it involves being kind and compassionate, too.
With its vivid illustrations, Peter and the Dragon Forest is a must-read for all aspiring princes and princesses.
Join Peter as he discovers that there's more to being a real prince than meets the eye.