What happens when the King of Beasts decides it’s time to escape from the City Zoo? He plans a breakout taking all the animals with him, because surely the grass is greener outside the zoo. Read this interesting storybook about the zoo animals and enjoy the zoo ride this Holidays.
Incidents at Moore Field School, the second book of the series set at Moore Field School in England, begins where Moore Field School and the Mystery left off. The mystery of the missing trophies continues as the students wonder what they can do to get the school’s trophies back. The head of the school, Miss Moore, used to attend the old school at the site, and has friends who have died. They turn out to be the ghosts that students Samantha and Jessica have been talking to. Continue reading Book Covers by Kalpart
Tina is a very curious little girl who asks her mother how the raccoon got its mask. Tina’s mother tells her to go to a nearby pond and ask the first raccoon she comes across. Amazingly, Mr. Raccoon pops his head up and responds to Tina with a fantastic story that solves the mystery! In the delightful and entertaining tale, How the Raccoon Got its Mask, readers, young and old, will follow Mr. Raccoon’s engaging story so very well illustrated with anticipation and wonder.
The Halloween festival includes the lighting of bonfires, attending costume parties, carving pumpkins into jack-o-lanterns, visiting haunted house attraction, playing pranks, trick-or-treat, apple bobbing, etc. The costume is the main attraction in these celebrations as all the people including the children are dressed up as vampires, monsters, ghosts, skeletons, witches, and devils. This was due to another belief that if they appeared scary than they may scare away all the evil roaming around them. All the activities performed on the Halloween have their own stories of how it was started or why was it performed. Continue reading Halloween and cartoons, caricatures and illustrations for kids and adults
The bedtime stories are a ritual which is followed generation to generation to prepare a child to sleep. When there were no books available as bedtime stories, the parent or the guardian used to create their own stories which would inspire the child to prepare for the life’s events. Bedtime stories were a powerful medium which helped the child to build up a character helping him/her to face the real world.
Bedtime stories can help imbibe the good manners and habits; it plays an important role in the child’s life and it has been proved by the researchers. The researchers have discovered that bedtime stories nourish the child to enhance his vision, ideas and reading ability. It is very important how the bedtime stories are read or narrated to a child. The well written, narrated and illustrated children book can enhance the child’s interest in the story and the books and it will inculcate a habit of reading information from any time of books. The bedtime stories include many different characters such as animals, birds, etc. and if the reader expresses and conveys these characters by hand signs and symbolic actions, along with the suitable expressions, it can help the child get engrossed in the story, and can help these different characters/animals very easily. It also develops their vocabulary as well as the pronunciation skills by observing the storytellers. Bedtime stories have also been able to help parents, guardians or grandparents to develop a strong bond with their children and grandchildren. Continue reading Children and bedtime stories
An illustration is a visualization or a depiction made by an artist, such as a drawing, sketch, painting, photograph, or other kind of image of things seen, remembered or imagined, using a graphical representation. The main aim of illustration is to describe or explain a story, poem or a piece of textual information by providing visual representation of something described in text.
Description: Tyler walked to the bus stop with his head held low, hoping the other boys wouldn’t notice him; but soon he heard the familiar sounds: “Here he comes! Maybe he’ll trip today like he did yesterday.”
“A Bug and a Wish” by – Karen Scheuer
Illustrated by Kalpart
Sherrill Cannon has written 6 Rhyming Children books with 23 awards for her all books. Kalpart is proud to have illustrated all Sherrill’s books. Visit Sherrill’s blog http://sherrillscannon.wordpress.com/ to know more.