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NOT Scary Stuff at the Dentist's Office: A Tear-Free, Fear-Free Adventure Into Creating Healthy Smiles


The dentist's office becomes a fear-free, tear-free place full of fun and fantasy with this book. Endorsed by pediatric dentists, general dentists, and dental hygienists. Parents and grand parents can use this book to prepare little ones for their first, or first of many visits. Read aloud and shout "NOT SCARY!" for confidence, and comfort with dental procedures and people. Beautifully illustrated with bright, stimulating colors and adorable characters. Fun last page of dentist jokes! Great for all ages but best for 3-7 years.

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NOT So (Doc)

NOT Scary Stuff at the Doctor's Office: Planning A Tear-Free, Fear-Free Adventure Into Healthcare


The doctor's office becomes a fear-free, tear-free place of fun and fantasy with this book. Endorsed by pediatricians, nurses, and child life specialists, use this book to prepare for your visit, then celebrate that the doctor's office is NOT SCARY! Beautifully illustrated with bright, stimulating colors and adorable characters. Great for all ages!

Alamo Tree

Alamo Tree – If ancient trees could talk, what stories they could tell


Alamo Tree is a true story about a real place. This winner of the June Franklin Naylor Award for The Best Children’s Book on Texas History describes the monumental events surrounding the siege and famous battle at The Shrine of Texas Liberty. But the story is told by the celebrity storyteller tree that still thrives in the courtyard of the mission in San Antonio Texas.


The events in April 1836 established the enduring model for independence and freedom literally all over the world! But what lessons can children learn from such a grim story?


The tree explains that during those dark days there was the love of families, courage of heroes and teamwork of citizens from all over the globe that ensured their losses were not in vain. Provided enriching content called.

Old Patriarch

The Old Patriarch Tree – An Ancient Teton Pine Shares Stories of the American West


The Old Patriarch Tree is a real tree in Grand Teton National Park. Historians say it may even be 1,500 years old! The celebrity tree storyteller describes characters who passed by it for centuries on their adventures. From nomadic Paleo-Indian hunters following their food supply to current conservation efforts in a beautiful, but burdened national park, The Old Patriarch Tree will spark your child’s curiosity about their heritage and inspire an enduring desire to conserve our natural history.

Dueling Oak

The Dueling Oak – 300 years of Music, Magic, and Mayhem In New Orleans


It’s said that New Orleans’ “culture doesn’t come down from on high, it bubbles up from the streets.” It is a proud city with interwoven stories of fun and food mixed with the horror of slavery and tragedy of Hurricane Katrina.


With that much history, who better to tell the story of The Big Easy than its oldest resident, The Dueling Oak in New Orleans City Park? This latest installment of The History Tree series still asks, “if old trees could talk, what would they say?”


The Dueling Oak is a Spanish moss covered “celebritree” that makes the Crescent City come alive with the exploits of colorful, vastly diverse characters spanning 3 centuries. From pirates like Jean LaFitte to professional passers like #9, The Dueling Oak transports you and your child to one of the world’s greatest cities-- beignets, brass bands, and beads included.

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