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Children's Books

Girl can't find her mitten! Is it lost, or did something far worse happen to it?

Hamster sleuths, Tilly and Greta, set out to solve the mystery. But they'll have to leave their cozy cage, somehow get down from Girl's dresser, and maybe even have a showdown with their archenemy, Cat!

Will Tilly and Greta end up heroes---or catnip?

 

~To Order The Mystery of the Red Mitten ~

 

People Magazine Online Review

 

REVIEW: Regina Garvey: In Search of the Story

 

REVIEW:

“This delightful story is great for young children, especially girls who love fairy tales and princesses.  The feelings and frustrations that can occur with children’s bedwetting are offset with the kind, supportive words of her mother, the Fair Queen, who also suffered from bedwetting as a child. Presented in a playful, humorous way, Princess Pia Scarlet comes up with ingenious ways to help her wake in the nighttime and stay dry. The story ends on a positive note, with the reader realizing that bedwetting is one condition that has plagued children throughout the ages.

 

Renee Mercer, MSN

Pediatric Nurse Practitioner

Author of “Seven Steps to Nighttime Dryness””

Blooming Tree Press

Ages: K-3rd

Princess Pia Scarlett wants to watch Fireflies at night.

Her sister, The Darling Millicent, refuses to let Pia sleep on the top bunk until Pia stops wetting the bed.

The sisters make a bet…

Who will win???

~To Order Callie and the Stepmother~

Cinderella cleaned the fireplace

Snow White ate a poisoned apple

Hansel and Gretel got lost in the woods

Now Callie has a stepmother

What’s going to happen to her?

Blooming Tree Press

Ages: K – 3

“This easy chapter book entertains as well as gently handles a situation familiar to all children in blended families: who is this new stepparent and can I trust them?” ~ Suzy Biggs, School Counselor

 

“Grrr night, sleep tight, eat a bedbug tonight,” says Woolsey’s Granny as she tucks his moss quilt around him.

But Woolsey has things to do before he heads off to nightmareland. He has to rub his fangs, read a ghoul-time story and count the bats.

Will Granny every get Woolsey into bed? And what do little monsters dream of when they go Grrr Night?

~To Order Grrr...Night!~

2015 Winner of the Creative Women of Oklahoma Award for writing!!!