Award Winning illustrated Children's Picture eBooks

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The Alligator Who Wanted to Be a Dog

The Alligator Who Wanted to Be a Dog, an illustrated children's picture book, storybook, for kids.

Learning Friendship:  

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Alligator's sharp-toothed smile scares away all the other animals, and he wants a friend. Since dogs are friends with everyone, he asks Dog how to become a canine. 


Following this advice, Alligator attempts to sleep on a human bed, pant with his tongue and ride in a truck with his head in the wind (all difficult to accomplish as an alligator). 


This story is not your typical "Be content with who you are," but rather "Achieving difficult things transforms you into something more." 


In the end (don't spoil the surprise), Alligator becomes ALLIDOG! This is a metaphorical example of how we all change after achieving hard goals--but most of all, it makes kids laugh.

The T-Rex Who Wanted to Be a Long Neck

The T-Rex Who Wanted to Be a Long Neck, an illustrated children's picture book, storybook, for kids.

Overcoming Anger:

T-Rex is ashamed of his terrible temper and when he sees a peaceful herd of long neck dinosaurs, he decides he needs to be a long neck too. 


Struggling on this quest, he discovers that keeping his temper requires changes on the inside, not the outside. 


As he figures out how to control his temper, he magically transforms into a mixture of his old self (T-Rex) and new self (a long neck Diplodocus). 


Not only an educational story about overcoming anger, this tale is also a metaphor for how we all transform after accomplishing difficult things.

The Chipmunk Who Wanted to Be a Bear

The Chipmunk Who Wanted to Be a Bear, an illustrated children's picture book, storybook, for kids.

Overcoming Fears:

Chipmunk is so afraid of everything that he hates to leave his tree house! When he notices a grizzly bear who doesn't seem scared of anything, Chipmunk gets an idea that shows him to be braver than he thinks. 


Along the journey he rides on the back of a trout, learns to growl like a bear, and much more. 


This is not a typical "Be content with who you are" book, but rather "Working hard toward a goal changes you into something more." 


Which is why in the end (don't spoil the surprise) after working hard to become a grizzly bear, and conquering his fears in the process, Chipmunk turns into CHIZZLY! A metaphorical example of how we all change after accomplishing hard things. 

The Leopard Who Wanted to Be a Monkey

The Leopard Who Wanted to Be a Monkey, an illustrated children's picture book, storybook, for kids.

Overcoming Shyness:

Leopard is so shy that she hides from everyone. When she see monkeys chatting to each other, she decides becoming a monkey will solve her problems. 


This idea sends her falling through trees, losing her voice, and begins a surprising new friendship. 


This is not a typical "Be content with who you are" book, but rather "Working hard toward a goal changes you into something more." Which is why in the end (don't spoil the surprise for your young reader) Leopard turns into a Leokey! A metaphorical example of how we all change after accomplishing hard things.


The Snake Who Wanted to Be a Horse

The Snake Who Wanted to Be a Horse, an illustrated children's picture book, storybook, for kids.

Overcoming Weaknesses:

Snake has a tender belly that hurts when he crawls. He asks Horse how to become a horse, thinking it will solve his problems. 


On Horse's advice, Snake attempts to eat grass, neigh and "walk," and he pushes through this suffering even when friends make fun of him. 


There are enough "Be content with who you are" books. This book focuses on the theme of "Working hard toward a goal changes you into something more." 


In the end, Snake magically turns into a hilarious mashup creature called a SNORSE! A metaphorical example of how we all change after accomplishing hard things.

The Spider Who Wanted to Be a Cricket

The Spider Who Wanted to Be a Cricket, an illustrated children's picture book, storybook, for kids.

Overcoming Fears:

Spider is afraid of the dark! When she discovers that Cricket enjoys nighttime, she decides her problems will be solved if she became a cricket. 


This idea sends her swinging on a wind chime, jumping from flower to flower, and begins a surprising new friendship. 


With the theme of "Working hard toward a goal changes you into something more," after all her struggles, and a dash of Ka-Poof, Spider turns into SPRICKET! A metaphorical example of how we all change after accomplishing hard things.

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The Hare Who Wanted to Be a Falcon, an illustrated children's picture book, storybook, for kids.

Overcoming Fears:

Hare wants to fly but can only hop instead. When she sees Falcon flying, she decides becoming a falcon will achieve her goal. This idea sends her on several adventures, including climbing high places--where she discovers she's afraid of heights. 


As she strives to conquer her fear to accomplish her goal, she stretches herself and makes a surprising new friendship. And in the end, after having struggled and felt like a failure but persisting anyway, Hare turns into Falare! A metaphorical example of how we all change after accomplishing hard things.

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The Crab Who Wanted to Be a Dolphin, an illustrated children's picture book, storybook, for kids.

Learning Gratitude:

Everyone annoys Crab! Lonely and friendless (because she's cranky) she decides she needs to become a dolphin to solve her problems. This idea sends her riding on a boat, leaping with dolphins, and begins a surprising friendship. 


Struggling on this quest, she discovers that finding friends requires changes on the inside, not the outside. As she experiences gratitude, and the friendship that follows, she unexpectedly transforms into a mixture of her old self and a new self. This tale is a metaphor for how we all transform after accomplishing difficult things.

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The Peacock Who Wanted to Be a Pig, an illustrated children's picture book, storybook, for kids.

Learning Manners:

Peacock's tail is so heavy his back hurts. When he sees Pig's tiny curly tail he decides becoming a pig will solve his problems. 


This goal sends him wading through mud, falling into slop, and begins a surprising new friendship. After a terrible struggle (which includes a lesson in manners from Pig of all people!), Peacock turns into a PEAGLET! A metaphorical example of how we all change after accomplishing hard things.

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The Elephant Who Wanted to Be a Bee, an illustrated children's picture book, storybook, for kids.

Overcoming Weaknesses:

Elephant is allergic to the flowers she loves to eat. What can she do? She decides becoming a bee will fix her problems. 


With this goal she ends up running from a swarm of bees, climbing a tree, and making a friend. 


After attempting obstacles, failing, and struggling, in the end, with a magical Ka-Poof, Elephant becomes ELLABEE! This is a metaphorical example of how we all change after achieving hard goals.

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