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About Julia Inserro
But through it all, and when she has time and brain-power of late, Julia loves writing. She just now has to squeeze it in between tantrums, nose wipings, artwork admirations, and story time. But when she can make the squeeze, and when her brain cooperates, she loves to pour out her musings as an expat-parent-explorer-observer. So subscribe at www.juliainserro.com to follow along on the latest launch or the newest draft.
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Why would a camel want to be a unicorn? Did she eat too many unicorn cupcakes? Did she read too many unicorn books? What could possibly be the problem?
Have you ever had a friend who was mopey and blue? Did you try everything to cheer them up and yet they were still down? Did you ever think to ask, "How can I help?"
Come along on this fun and silly adventure and find out just why My Camel Wants To Be a Unicorn. You might be surprised.
Great story to introduce the concept of empathy -- don't make assumptions about others, ask and observe. Perfect for girls and boys, ages 4-8.
Sometimes parents overreact, right?
In Don't Paint the Cat, Nyla loves to paint but gets a bit carried away. Mom overreacts and says, "No more painting, ever!" But then Mom realizes that maybe instead of "never again" they could come up with some painting rules. Wally the cat agrees.
It doesn't matter who you are - at some point we all have to say, "I was wrong." But by working together, we can usually make things right again.
Don't Paint the Cat is an endearing story that is perfect for kids from 4-9, and parents of all ages.
Missing someone far away is hard.
It's hard if you're a grown-up.
It's even harder if you're a child.
No one knows more than Beanie how hard it is to live far away from loved ones. But then she figures out a way she and Nonni can send messages back and forth.... through the moon!
You will love Nonni's Moon because you are a parent who knows how important it is to keep family and friends close to our hearts, even at great distances and circumstances. It can help explain bereavement or absence of a loved one to children learning how to make sense of an adult world. Nonni's Moon will instantly become a bedtime favorite for all.
As a parent, you will love this sweet bedtime story because it can help kids feel empowered to stay connected to loved ones far away.
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Perfect for ages 4, 5, 6, and 7.
Everyone has bad days. But some days are the worst!
Sometimes everything just goes wrong:
- your little sister presses the elevator button first
- your favorite socks are missing
- you're not allowed to wear your mermaid costume to the dentist
- you can't wear your snorkel in the bathtub
But how great would it be if we could learn how to have a good do-over day? Think of all the moaning and groaning and fussing and grumping we could avoid.
The Do-Over Day is a great book for kids ages 3-9 and can teach us all how to handle the occasional worst day ever. It even comes with practice cards, so you can begin to have better do-over days, too.
If you could travel the world, where would you go?
How about Antarctica, Costa Rica, Tanzania, Nepal, Egypt, Iceland and Oman?
Now who do you take with you? How about the most famous world traveler who’s seen it all?
Join Santa in this playful sleigh-ful Christmas adventure as he shows you all his favorite places around the world from his magic sleigh on Christmas Eve.
Now you can answer the question, Where Would Santa Go?
Perfect for girls and boys, ages 4-9 as well as 10-99.
How far can your imagination take YOU?
Join Leah and Milo as their imaginations take them on a wild and crazy dinosaur hunt. Will they find all of the dinosaurs they see or are their eyes tricking them? But they must be careful and not get stepped on by a Brachiosaurus. As Mom said, they don’t have the best vision.
Dinosaurs in the Hardware Store encourages active play and imagination in kids ages 4-8 and will have your kids seeing dinosaurs everywhere!