Pete’s Monster Sneak Peak Inside Book

Below are a few previews of the pages inside the Pete’s Monster paperback edition. Click images below to view a larger image for reading level purposes. Pete’s Monster is for the age level of 3 – 6 years. (We apologize for the quality of the images. We wanted you to be able to look inside our book so

Reading Activities

Illustrated picture books, rhymes, silly songs and pretend stories all help attract and encourage your young child to read. In a world that is slowly but surely turning away from physical books and trending more towards monitors and television screens, the importance of developing a passion for reading cannot be overlooked. Reading is a habit

Character Education And Its Benefits To Our Children

The definition of Character Education involves teaching children about basic human values including honesty, kindness, generosity, courage, freedom, equality and what I consider extremely important and valuable as well, respect! The goal is to raise children to become morally responsible, and self-disciplined. Problem solving, decision making, and conflict resolution are an important parts of your

Pete’s Monster Narrated Kindle Edition Video

Below are snap shots of what’s inside the Pete’s Monster narrated kindle book with sound effects. Order Now!               Pete’s Monster ebook is now available on Amazon kindle. It’s also available in a kindle format, but as an actual video with narration for only $2.99. It’s wonderfully narrated with sound effects to add

Pete’s Monster Kindle Edition

Pete’s Monster is now available on Amazon kindle for $2.99. Pete’s Monster is a humorous children’s rhyming bedtime story about a young boy called Pete, who wears a bright red cape to give him superpowers. After brushing his teeth and returning back to his bedroom, Pete is startled by a blue Monster standing in his

Pete’s Monster ~ My New Friend

Pete’s Monster My New Friend, is a continuation from the first book called Pete’s Monster. In the first book, the story ends with Pete escorts the Blue Monster to live in his older brother George’s bedroom. Even though the Blue Monster had not caused Pete any harm or concern for him to be afraid of the Blue Monster. Pete