Moby Plays the Flute is Eeha Bhatt’s first children’s book. Here she shares on writing for kids and imparting important themes.
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Moby Plays the Flute is full of fun extras that parents, teachers, and kids can enjoy, including an exclusive video reading of the book!
In this modern coming-of-age story, Kathryn Berla has successfully created appealing characters whose paths cross in unique and compelling ways.
Written matter-of-factly, Rubi’s Best Friend highlights the friendships and cultural delights that can come from living in a different country.
This substantial read is well suited for those with a military background and of course those who grew up as “brats” in military families.
“Why My Dad?” offers a warm military story paralleled with a situation they can relate to, the bully.
This book will appeal to readers of ages 12 and up, grades 7 and up, who relate to military family issues and volunteer efforts for people in other countries.
When Piper moves from Pensacola to Norfolk, she hopes to find a new branch of the Gypsy Club thriving. She invented the Gypsy Club, so named because Navy families move so much.