Leave a Kind Paw Print

Stories of kindness and inclusion your children will love. Perfect for our time. Ages 2-6

Georgette’s Day in the City is a first-place winner for writing and illustration awarded by Purple Dragonfly (Story Monsters' magazine) and a winner of the Mom’s Choice Gold Award for Excellence.

Follow Georgette as she gets ready for the day and heads off for an adventure in the park with all her animal friends. Georgette comes to life through her adventures. It’s a magical world where Georgette has a secret life and identity. Animals are our friends, teachers, family members, and companions. Georgette will work her way into your heart.
Georgette’s Day in the Country is a first-place winner for writing and illustration awarded by Purple Dragonfly (Story Monsters' magazine) and a winner of the Mom’s Choice Gold Award for Excellence.

Ben, the rooster, crows, “cock-a-doodle-doo!” Belle, the donkey, greets Georgette at her window. It is a new day at the farm. Georgette and her friends work together tending the lemon grove, but there will be plenty of time to play hide-and-seek. Everyone is accounted for but Jelly Bean the goat! Where could he be?
Georgette’s Day in the Mountains is a first-place winner for writing and illustration awarded by Purple Dragonfly (Story Monsters' magazine) and a winner of the Mom’s Choice Gold Award for Excellence.

“Wooo wooooo,” the whistle blows as the train pulls into the station. Georgette greets a new friend — Gerald the puppy. Blanketed with snow, the mountain is a place for fun activities. Tobogganing and ice skating are packed into the day. Truckee Dawg, Cotton Jones, and Mozart join Georgette on the mountain teaching her how to be safe — and have fun — in the snow. Can Georgette and all of her friends fit in Paw’s Diner for an end-of-day treat?
They Play creates a sense of community and acceptance using powerful statements and engaging visuals that demonstrate differences among us yet, highlight the universal nature of everyone. Acceptance is the overall theme of They Play, a book for ages 4-6. “They” is used as a pronoun - like “he” or “she" - to help educate young children about the meaning of inclusiveness and acceptance of each other. Whether identifying as she, he, or they, everyone is the same yet different. Introducing this concept to young children, without attaching a gender judgment, can help develop an aware and healthy young person who can grow into a strong and sensitive adult. Everyone deserves respect.