Flight For Freedom

Kristen Fulton tells the true story of Peter Wetzel, an extraordinarily brave child who hatches a plan with his family to escape East Germany in 1979 Peter was form on the east side of Germany, the side that wasn’t free. He watches news programs rather than cartoons, and wears scratchy uniforms instead of blue jeans. His family endures long lines and early curfews. But, Peter and his family have a secret. Late at night in their attic, they are piecing together a hot air balloon- and a plan. Can Peter and his family fly their way to freedom? This is …

What John Marco Saw by Annie Barrows

Celebrates the importance of slowing down and reminds us that sometimes the smallest people have the biggest things to say Annie Barrows, best selling author of the Ivy + Bean series invites us to a magical portrayal of one of those strang and giddy moments that makes an indelible impression on one’s imagination. Best of all, succeeds in proving that John Marco (and what he notices) is worth everyone’s attention (Publishers Weekly). John Marco is small. And everyone around him is busy. Too busy to listen to John Marco. John Marco is busy, too—noticing the world around him. Maybe everyone …

Retired Elementary Teacher Entertains Children through Ollie’s Unlucky Day

Margee Minter tells the story of an unlikely friendship between a cat and a dog. Wynnewood, Oklahoma, April 24, 2018 – What do you do when you are not invited to your friend’s birthday party? Find out in Margee Minter’s “Ollie’s Unlucky Day” how a surprise birthday party turns out to be not only a surprise to the celebrant but also to everyone in attendance. In the story, Lucky the Cat and Ollie the Dog have been friends for a long time. They have enjoyed playing together and having each other’s company. On Ollie’s fifth birthday, Ollie’s mother plans a surprise birthday …

EDC offers hundreds of titles, products for kids

Usborne Publishing Limited produces award-winning books of excellent quality for ages of preschool to adult. Subjects range from history, languages, natural science, crafts, parent guides, puzzle, and those of interest to beginning readers. The company presently offers over 2,000 titles including a recently added line of fiction titles. Educational Development Corporation is the United States trade publisher of a line of children’s books produced in the United Kingdom by Usborne Publishing Limited. The Home Business Division distributes these books through independent sales consultants and sells to school and public libraries. The Publishing Division distributes the books to bookstores, toy stores, …