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We’re starting a LEARNING REVOLUTION!!! 85% of a child’s mind develops by the age of 4! Prenatal babies can hear sounds at 18 weeks, and by 26 weeks, they’re responsive to voices and sounds. According to several researchers, prenatal babies can hear the rhythm and sounds of music, poetry, speech, and more. “They can even understand these sounds well enough to retain memories after birth.” (Healthline.com)
Recent studies document that reading daily to a child from before birth to 7 boosts the child’s vocabulary by over 2 million words! It only takes 7 minutes a day to read a picture book to a child! Those precious minutes create an enduring relationship with the child and a love for reading & learning that lasts a LIFETIME!
Babies, toddlers, and early school-aged children are hungry to learn! We believe in saturating young minds, before birth and beyond, with beautiful words and concepts from our world. Babies and young children will discover imaginative illustrations to connect these words and ideas.
Will your amazing child choose Astronomy, Mathematics, Art, Music, Science, Archaeology, or more? Join us on this fantastical journey by reading to and with the children you love and care for each day.
Womb to BLOOM to Classroom Series
Over 50 beautifully Illustrated picture books for children ages 0-7. We now know that prenatal babies can hear and react to words and sounds and that 85% of a child’s brain develops by the age of 4!
We believe, and the research supports, reading to children fosters imagination while entertaining, educating, elevating, and inspiring them to love reading and learning.
The first book in our Womb to BLOOM to Classroom series, Numbers from Heaven, became available on Amazon and other sites on Jan. 1, 2021. Each subject, including Mathematics, Science, Astronomy, Literature, and more, has five picture books in each set in this series. We hope to offer a new book every few months until the entire series is completed. When you purchase each book in this series, you’ll discover a link in the back of the book. When you join our Newsletter Family, you’ll receive the BONUS animated reading of the book, a $25 value, for your mobile devices.
Our second series, for ages 8-13, The Mystery Hunters, begins with The Lost Polymath. Sarah and Christian have mysterious waking dreams that provide clues to help solve each mystery on their journey, while an unseen force tries to stop them from completing their quest.
“Heads or Tails?” Mathematics One: Book Three
Books to Encourage Imagination and a Love for Reading and Learning!
When you purchase each book in this series, you’ll discover a link in the back of the book. When you join our Newsletter Family, you’ll receive the BONUS animated reading of the book, a $25 value, for your mobile devices.
Zoey Zebra, and P.B., the panda bear, and their friend, Polly Pony, are on exciting treasure hunts to learn about mathematics. Along the way, they learn the importance of family, friendship, and sharing.
“Zoey Zebra, and P.B., the panda bear, stood outside in Zoey’s backyard and looked up at the magnificent morning sky, and then looked down at fields of beautiful wildflowers, as far as the eye could see.
Zoey found a note in a small box left to her by her grandpa. He gifted her a giant treasure chest. It was hidden in the barn behind her house. One day, Zoey and P.B. discovered the chest and opened it. To their amazement, there were hundreds of keys, a handwritten letter, and pages and pages of notes!
P.B. opened Grandpa’s letter and read, ‘Zoey, you’re my treasure. The keys to knowledge and wisdom are curiosity and imagination. As you begin your adventures, each note will have a picture at the top of the page. Find the keys with the same picture.‘ Zoey had tears in her eyes as P.B. read the letter. P.B. said, ‘Don’t cry, Zoey. Your grandpa loves you.‘
She smiled and said, ‘Thank you. I miss Grandpa every day!’ P.B. continued to read the letter.
‘There will be a treasure chest at the end of each adventure, and you can only unlock it with the right key. Each key will open the door to a journey, a mystery, and a discovery of knowledge and wisdom! Two very different things. I’ll always be with you. Love, Grandpa.‘
Every evening, after one of their adventures, Zoey and P.B. could be seen in Zoey’s backyard, looking up at the full moon and sparkling stars in the night sky, as Zoey recited her new poem.“
In “The Golden Spiral,” Mathematics One: Book Four, Zoey and P.B. discover adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing, along with the mathematical concepts of Pi, Phi, the Golden Ratio, Prime Numbers, Symmetry, Entropy, and more! Polly Pony, Zoey & P.B.’s friend, join them on a few of the adventures.
Zoey, and P.B., the panda bear, learn about Prime Numbers, Symmetry, and the Law of Entropy. “Crystal Clear” is our last book in our Mathematics One set.
Join us on the next set of treasure hunts. Zoey & P.B. learn about Archaeology!
“Time in a Bottle” Archaeology: Book One – Zoey Zebra, and P.B., the panda bear, go on their first archaeology treasure hunt. The friends learn about prehistoric and historical archaeology. Oscar Orangutan helps them along the way. Zoey and P.B. also learn about the importance of family, friendship, and sharing.
Our 16-Book Series, “The Mystery Hunters,” for ages 8-13, begins with The Lost Polymath.
Sarah and Christian have mysterious waking dreams that provide clues to help solve each mystery while an unseen force tries to stop them from completing their quest. Each book provides blank pages for the reader to sketch him/herself and their friend in scenes from the book.
Where in the world is Professor Septenary? No one has seen or heard from him since he left the college campus on Friday. He’s been searching for “The Mysteries of the Number Seven” for the past year. Will your team find him before he’s lost forever? Your team will have to search continents on this journey.
The reader searches for 7 answers in each of the seven chapters to learn about the seven world continents and more.
Everyone purchasing THE LOST POLYMATH & joining our Newsletter Family will receive the free download of the Prequel to this series, THE MYSTERY OF THE MISSING MILK.
Our second book, Chaos & The Missing Butterfly, continues “The Mystery Hunters” Series.
Sarah and Christian search for a famous missing butterfly while the unseen force hinders their quest for answers. Their waking dreams continue to give the two cousins clues to find the answers.
What does a butterfly have to do with Mathematics? Who took the famous butterfly, and why? Who loves mathematics enough to steal math? A group of international thieves may be stealing mathematical and scientific objects from around the world.
This series engages the reader and a friend to become team members. The reader will fill in 7 answers for each of the seven chapters to learn about continents, mathematics, science, and more. Chaos & The Missing Butterfly, Book Two: Mathematics, is available for purchase on Amazon and other sites.
Our third book, The Missing Speed of Light, continues “The Mystery Hunters” Series.
Along with their two friends, Sarah and Christian are searching for the missing speed of light and other missing celestial objects. Their waking dreams continue to provide the two cousins with clues to find the answers. The invisible force continues to hinder their search for answers.
Who could move a moon, a galaxy, and other objects in the heavens, and why? Will Christian, Sarah, and their two friends find the answer before the loss of these celestial objects damages our universe?
This series engages the reader and a friend to become team members. The reader will fill in 7 answers in each of the seven chapters to learn about astronomy, mathematics, mythology, and more.
Our next book in this series, The Missing Mythological Wings, Book Four: Mythology, will be available on Oct. 1, 2021.
Children Love to Imagine, Dream, and Learn …
“Today a reader, tomorrow a leader.” Margaret Fuller
Why You’ll Love Our Books
We now know that prenatal babies can hear and react to words and sounds and that 85% of a child’s brain develops by the age of 4! Our family believes, and the research supports, reading to children fosters imagination, while entertaining educating, elevating, and inspiring them to love reading and learning. The Womb to BLOOM to Classroom Series is for children ages 0-7. For ages 8-13, The Mystery Hunters Series will engage the reader to join the mystery hunt while learning facts on Mythology, Science, Mathematics, Continents, and more!
- The Womb to BLOOM to Classroom Series for ages 0-7. Beautifully Illustrated Children’s Picture Books
- Teaching very young children new concepts with beautiful illustrations
- 5 books on each subject including Mathematics, Science, Astronomy, Literature, Art, and more!
- “The Mystery Hunters” Series for ages 8-13. Continue to read to, and with the children you care for and love each day. The reader is part of the mystery hunt and will searching for 7 answers in each of the seven chapters. The authors have provided blank pages for the reader to sketch him/herself in a few of the scenes
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