Friday, May 20, 2016

Featuring indiebrag Children's & Middle Grade Books

In the beginning of the month on indiebrag was Children’s Book Week and throughout the whole month on indiebrag and Layered Pages, we are featuring indiebrag award winning middle grade and children’s books. Indiebrag’smission is to discover new and talented self-published authors and help them give their work the attention and recognition it deserves. Their primary focus is fiction across a wide range of genres; however, they selectively consider non-fiction books as well.

“The More that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you’ll go,” -Dr. Seuss

Today I am sharing books by Gerry Renert, Annette Rivlin-Gutman, Sybrina Durant, and Angie Harris. Explore the fun adventures of Superheroes, a rabbit and a very hungry Fox! Face the challenges with Sue as she shares her dreams with us. Learn to help loves ones when they are sick and cherish each moments with your family! 

B.R.A.G. Medallion Honoree

Rooney is the only ‘regular’ kid in an elementary school of superheroes. When he wants to play soccer with his superhero classmates, they shun him because he’s a mere mortal. Meanwhile at school, all the superheroes get involved in a daily eating contest, which Rooney shuns. After a while, the superheroes become so heavy, they’re bursting out of their superhero suits. Even worse, they are unable to fly and utilize their super skills in the championship soccer game, but Rooney comes in and saves the day. “Brave Rooney and the Super-Sized Superheroes” is designed to encourage a fun appreciation of healthy eating.

Just Breathe is for any child who feels anxious or worried when facing everyday life circumstances such as going to a new school, taking a test, arguing with a friend, or trying out for a team. In this rhythmic story, the child remembers to breathe deeply in order to find his own inner calm and successfully cope with each new situation.

Have you heard about the Rabbit and the very hungry Fox? For generations, this endearing old world mnemonic* was passed from father to son by word of mouth only.

Now, this clever memory jogger has been revived as “Learn To Tie A Tie With The Rabbit and the Fox”, a cute, beautifully illustrated story with a lively instructional song. This story book offers a fun and simple lesson for tying a “school boy knot” in a tie.

It is a family activity book meant to make it fun for parents to teach their children the most popular method for tying a tie. It is so easy, in fact, that a very young child can quickly master it. Just grab a tie for each person to follow along with the story and the step by step illustrations. Soon, everyone will be have a perfectly tied necktie. Then, try singing the song as you practice your new skill. You won’t be able to forget the skill or the song!

Currently available in English, Spanish and Tagalog (Philippino).  Accompanying song can be heard in all 3 languages at  Will be available in Hanzi (Simplified Chinese) soon.

Poor Momma is sick and she needs our help. But are we really big enough to help her? We have an idea, and now a plan. Can we pull it together for Christmas Day?

Join Momma’s Little Helpers as they share big adventures to help make their Momma feel better.

Every night, Sue has been having bad dreams that wake her up. But are her dreams really that scary, and how will she make the dreams stop? Join Sue as she shares her dreams with us, and see if she finds them so scary after all.

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