Give the gift of reading this holiday season!
All this month, if you buy a book from our website, we will give you another on the house!
We'll pick a great story (of equal value) from our library of fantastic adventures.
This applies for as many books as you purchase - if you buy 10 books, we'll give you another 10 books!
Plus our promo includes free shipping on your free books (via USPS media mail) for USA addresses only. If you live overseas, we'll ask you if you wish to pay for the additional shipping costs. FYI: your free books will not show up in your shopping cart, but we will add them to your package.
So browse and order today!
Juan Calle and his art studio Liberum Donum illustrated the brand new book Good Dream, Bad Dream.
Based in Bogota, Columbia, the team has a dynamic and colorful style. They collaborated with the comic book writer and fantasy fiction author
Serena Valentino on their first book.
Once it was successfully funded on Kickstarter, everything was a go! Now everyone can enjoy this great adventure. The boy Julio learns that people, throughout history and around the world, have always relied on heroes and heroines to make their dreams good! Discover these historic guardians of the galaxy!
See more of Liberum Donum's work at www.liberumdonum.com.
"Do you remember the remarkable book I talked about last year called I'm the Scariest Thing in the Jungle by David Derrick Jr.? It's become a family favorite, but now his fourth book Play with your Food has been released and it's become a rival for one of the choice top spots. My boys enjoy the fun story lines that this author always seems to master, as well as the colorful and personable illustrations...
Play with your Food will appeal to not only young dinosaur fans, but it's also sure to get any child who has been told not to play with your food giggling out loud. The story is simple and funny, and just long enough to keep the attention of even the younger readers. There's plenty of room for a child's imagination to roam in between the lines, especially if they take their time to explore the illustrated pages." - Just a Little Creativity