CUBBIE BLUE AND HIS DOG DOT
Three multiracial seven-year-old boys with varied backgrounds befriend a super-wise visitor from an enchanted part of Antarctica, tiny Cubbie Blue and his minuscule dog, Dot, who have accidentally landed in their hometown. Even though Cubbie is only three inches tall and therefore appears vulnerable, he has supernatural powers. He can read minds, make himself invisible, or stop time when needed. He also has the uncanny ability to only see things in a positive light.
CUBBIE BLUE AND HIS DOG DOT: WHAT'S UP WITH MIKE?
Derek, Chris, and Brian, three seven-year-old boys, befriend Derek’s new neighbor, Mike, who is blind. Their special friend, Cubbie Blue, a three-inch-tall being with supernatural powers, and his minuscule dog, Dot, help the boys learn about Mike’s limitations and needs. This important knowledge allows them to properly welcome Mike to the neighborhood. In turn, the boys help Cubbie escape from the evil soldiers trying to capture him, and he is saved by their bravery.
IF I WERE KING
In this brightly illustrated fun tale, a feisty zebra befriends unlikely jungle friends, and learns in the process, what makes each unique, the true meaning of friendships and the need to set some boundries.
THE BOY WHO SPOKE TO GOD
In this non religious folk tale 4 tribes-Greeks, Chinese, Zulus and Mayans learn from a little boy how to get along even though they have different traditions and religions.
THE THANKSGIVING DINNER PLATTER
It is 1941, and President Franklin D. Roosevelt has just made Thanksgiving a national holiday in the United States. Takari’s family is coming from near and far to celebrate together.
While helping her mother prepare Thanksgiving dinner, eight-year-old Takari breaks a platter that belonged to her Japanese grandmother. The platter had been an important part of her father’s family heritage, used traditionally by Takari’s grandmother to serve chestnut rice on the Japanese day of Thanksgiving.
Ravencrest Publishing is dedicated to publishing books that preserve and deliver important works inspired by native wisdom and traditions. Our editorial mission is to enlighten while offering our readers the tools for a better life.
Randa Handler is an international journalist, publicist, and publisher. Handler is currently dedicated to writing and illustrating children’s books with multiracial characters that instill a tolerance and love of diversity.
Cubbie Blue's primary category is children's books.
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