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THE MAGIC CHRISTMAS KEY
ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Leann Smith says she loves Christmas just about more than anything, and hopes that each family experiences the magic of Christmas each time they read this story. Smith resides with her husband in Grove City, Pennsylvania and is a mother of three grown children and grandmother of two. Rufus, too, makes his home with the Smith family.





















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ABOUT THE ILLUSTRATOR: Kip Richmond is an award winning artist and illustrator for over twenty years. His art has been published as fine art prints, best-selling children’s books, puzzles and educational tools. Kip illustrates from his Raleigh, North Carolina studio.

MY SNOWMAN AND ME
ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Leann Smith says she loves seeing the wonder of a child when they experience their first snow. And for children who live in warm climates, or in cities where a good packing snow is difficult to find, she is hoping that My Snowman and Me can bring a little of the magic of the first snow, and the joy of building a first snowman to all.

ABOUT THE ILLUSTRATOR:
Kacey Schwartz is a digital artist and illustrator based in San Francisco, specializing character design, illustration, and portraiture.

THE WINNING GARDEN
ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Leann Smith says she was excited to write a book that would help inspire children to appreciate and enjoy gardening.

ABOUT THE ILLUSTRATOR:
Kip Richmond is an award winning artist and illustrator for over twenty years. His art has been published as fine art prints, best-selling children’s books, puzzles and educational tools. Kip illustrates from his Raleigh, North Carolina studio.

CHILDHOOD RHYMES
ABOUT THE AUTHOR & ILLUSTRATOR: Author Stacey Hogue uses her whimsical illustrations to bring little known but long loved nursery rhymes to life.

FEATHER: A STORY OF HOPE
ABOUT THE AUTHOR & ILLUSTRATOR: Author Stacey Hogue uses her masterful painting to illustrate a book that allows the reader to draw on their own story to make meaning. Using raw emotion, it is intended for children who have experienced illness grief, loss or abuse, but can truly be appreciated and healing for us all.