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Ages shown are suggestions only. Your child may want to read stories outside the suggested age limits. Some of the stories below are now sold as books and Kindle books on We regret that we can no longer offer them free of charge due to illness, and apologize for the inconvenience.  


Toddler Tales

Rainbow Rennie, The Veggie-Eating Shark Rennie is a shark, but he won't eat meat.  He's the nicest shark in the sea until one day, a great white shark arrives!
If I Could Dance With Dinosaurs

A new twist to dancing with dinosaurs, in rhyme, complete with guides for pronouncing strange dinosaur names.
No Name, The Beautiful

The story about a beautiful dog with a big problem finally has an ending! Read about the surprise No-Name gives his master.
The Humongous Moose and The Teensy Fairy

A very large moose nearly steps on a very teeny fairy, and the sparks fly.
Oh My Stars--It's Mars!

A planetary rhyme, complete with photos of all the planets from NASA.
The Great Duck Rescue

A true story about how some baby ducks that were found in a storm drain were rescued.
My Room Is Filled With Toads and Snakes 

A story/poem about all the things little boys love, and big girls don't. (More fun than scary)

Alpha-Balpha-Bet   (age 2-6)

A fun new way to teach toddlers and pre-schoolers the alphabet.                            

Give Me Ten! (age 2-6)

Teaches pre-schoolers in colors and rhyme how to count to one hundred by ten--fully illustrated. 
Wicky Wacky Womper-A  (age 2-6)

Helps teach kids the vowels and vowel sounds in a way that makes it fun! 
What The World Is Made Of (age 2-6) 

Are toddlers and kindergartners too young to learn about particle science?  Not when we make it fun, fun, fun! 
Butterfly, Butterfly (age 2-6)

Butterfly, butterfly, better fly away...tells how a butterfly stays safe through a storm. 
Blow Wind Blow (age 2-6)

A child asks his mother what the wild wind is saying when it blows through the valley and trees, and she tells him. 
Raindrops (age 2-6)

What happens to flowers when the raindrops fall? (helps kids to feel safe) 
A Mouse Named Fred

A little mouse is helped by his friends when his efforts to beautify his house could attract the neighborhood cat.

Parents/Teachers: there are several stories in the Kids Korner (age 6 - 14) section that may also be appropriate for toddlers, especially precocious ones. Read first to see if your child will relate to the story.

Christmas Stories

Sunday Stories

Links to other safe sites for kids: (includes photos of white-water river trips and images of outer space from the Hubble space telescope 

About the authors

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We'd like to hear from you. would like to acknowledge John R. Potter for his constant financial support and  encouragement of this webpage.


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