Magical Bedtime Stories: A Collection of Short Stories & Poems for Children

  SYNOPSIS An exquisitely crafted book of short stories and rhyming verse tailored to kids and adult children alike, “Magical Bedtime Stories” serves as a whimsical literary lullaby for the dreamer to-be. These short stories and poems by Píaras Ó Cíonnaoíth are an enjoyable and entertaining collection that will bring a smile to the faces of readers. The stories are fascinating and imaginative, and each one entertains and conveys insightful and thoughtful messages. Through lulling rhymes, melodious stanzas, and pleasant themes, the reader or listener is gently catapulted across the stars into lady moon’s soothing embrace until they are sound asleep. With this wonderful collection by your or your child’s bedside, sweet dreams will become a nightly reality and the word “bedtime” will inevitably bring anticipation.       REVIEW Grady Harp |Top Contributor: Children’s Books |HALL OF FAME |TOP 100 REVIEWER ‘One of the virtues of being very young is that you don’t let the facts get in the way of your imagination.’ ~ Sam Levenson Irish author and poet Píaras Ó Cíonnaoíth earned a Higher Diploma in General Counseling Skills, a diploma in Psychology, Mental Health and Mental Illness, and Mental Health Studies – Suicide, Violent Behavior, Substance…

Peaceful Night Poetry: Sleep-inducing Picture Poetry Book for Children Aged 3-103
Children's Books , Poetry , Review , Shorter Reads / March 12, 2019

  An exquisitely crafted book of short stories and rhyming verse tailored to kids and adult children alike, “Peaceful Night Poetry” serves as a whimsical literary lullaby for the dreamer to-be. These short stories and poems by Píaras Ó Cíonnaoíth are an enjoyable and entertaining collection that will bring a smile to the faces of readers. The stories are fascinating and imaginative, and each one entertains and conveys insightful and thoughtful messages. Through lulling rhymes, melodious stanzas, and pleasant themes, the reader or listener is gently catapulted across the stars into lady moon’s soothing embrace until they are sound asleep. With this wonderful collection by your or your child’s bedside, sweet dreams will become a nightly reality and the word “bedtime” will inevitably bring anticipation. REVIEWS Robin Leigh Morgan (Top Contributor: True Crime Books) (TOP 1000 REVIEWER) LULL YOUR CHILD TO SLEEP WITH SOME SWEET POETIC STORIES I don’t what it is about children and reading books which happen to rhyme but books which do happen to be quite enticing to its young readers. If there’s any doubt look at those children’s books written by Dr. Seuss, for as a young child I couldn’t stop reading books, borrowed from the…

Magic Poetry: Illustrated Children’s Verse for Ages 3-103 (Rhyming Poetry Book with Pictures for Children)

  The art of Poetry is a subject we learn from a very young age, and provides us with a better knowledge of literature, rhyme scheming, reading skills, and writing skills as well! A child’s imagination is something that seems to fade away as we age, but this book will keep that fire alive! You and your children will enjoy exploring the depths of pure imagination, fun, and excitement by reading this book. Not only will you enjoy these aspects, but you will also enjoy a priceless bonding experience, as your minds run wild from the stories that are told from this collection of poetry! In this book you will enjoy: • Letting your imagination run wild • Large, bright, artistic and colorful pictures • Easy to read poems that you will love to share aloud • A bonding experience that teaches, educates and exercises the mind • Stories that your children will absolutely love! Magic Poetry is a book that is full of poems, which are geared for children, age’s three to seven, but for absolutely everyone to enjoy nonetheless! As society advances with technology, the simplicity of downloading this eBook makes reading easier, and much more relaxing. You…

Hockey Wars 2: The New Girl
Children's Books , Review / March 2, 2019

  The Dakota Hurricanes are back for another hockey season, and there’s someone new this year! The team has already been chosen, but a late addition could change the team dynamic and the friendships and could even ruin their entire season. Mia has arrived in the small town of Dakota, throwing the girl’s hockey team into a panic. The girls don’t know anything about her—and don’t want to. But could Mia be just what the girl’s hockey team needs? The girls aren’t sure about the new girl, but the Dakota Lightning boys sure are! Will Millie lose her best friend, Cam, to Mia? Or will Millie and Cam finally take the next step in their friendship? There’s only one way to find out! Check out Hockey Wars 2: The New Girl now!   REVIEW   There’s a new kid in town! Reviewed By Piaras O Cionnaoith for Emerald Book Reviews “A good hockey player plays where the puck is. A great hockey player plays where the puck is going to be.”—Wayne Gretzky More often than not children relate themselves with the characters of a good story. In such circumstances, reading fiction can help them to get inspiration from the characters. These stories…

What Happened to Stephan?
Children's Books , Review / March 1, 2019

  “One morning in that second-floor apartment, a boy named Stephan woke up in his room. In fact, he used to be a boy before he woke up, because when he got up from his bed, he was completely different from all the other boys. Stephan discovered this when he took a few steps and looked at the mirror hanging on the wall in his room …” An exciting adventure filled with mystery and wondering for Stephan to discover what happened to him. Three friends are involved in this mysterious incident. They have a role in everything that happens to him. This story sheds light on the issue of bullying among friends in a neighborhood or school and presents different views to each of the characters through events of excitement, mystery and sense of humor.   REVIEW   A fun-filled mystery with important life lessons… Reviewed By Piaras O Cionnaoith for Emerald Book Reviews More often than not children relate themselves with the characters of a good story. In such circumstances, reading fiction can help them to get inspiration from the characters. These stories often portray real life implications through anecdotes, and as such makes it easier for them to…

Surviving Cougar Mountain (Kids vs. Nature Book 4)
Children's Books , Review / February 18, 2019

  Another day, another wilderness mission. That’s life for these sixth graders. The first three missions weren’t easy, but mission number four is about to crank up the intensity and challenge them in ways they didn’t think possible. This is book 4 of the Kids vs. Nature series and continues a story that has captivated fans of the wilderness survival genre. Read the entire series! Surviving Moose Lake (Book 1) Surviving Desert View (Book 2) Surviving Horse Island (Book 3) Surviving Cougar Mountain (Book 4) ~ Future Stories ~ Surviving Crystal Cavern (Book 5) Surviving Crocodile Swamp (Book 6) Surviving Rapids Canyon (Book 7)   REVIEW   Blending elements of science, nature, and make-believe! Reviewed By Piaras O Cionnaoith for Emerald Book Reviews Surviving Cougar Mountain is the fourth installment in the Kids vs. Nature series. It’s another exciting story that teaches not only important life lessons like teamwork and caring for each other, but also life-saving skills as well. The book is jam-packed with lots of information about nature and survival. Surviving Cougar Mountain (Kids vs. Nature) was a very entertaining read not only for my grand kids, but also for myself! Author Karl Steam writes in a wonderful style that will guarantee the attention of young…

The Fake Cake: Teaching Your Children Values
Children's Books / January 28, 2019

Fake Cake *********** This year the test would be sweet chocolate cake Where one cake was real and the others all fake Only one cake was delicious to eat The rest made of mud and they tasted like feet.   REVIEW Wonderful story that teaches children valuable life lessons. Reviewed By Piaras O Cionnaoith for Emerald Book Reviews More often than not children relate themselves with the characters of a good story. In such circumstances, reading fiction can help them to get inspiration from the characters. These stories often portray real life implications through anecdotes, and as such makes it easier for them to understand the complex aspects of life. Moreover, reading these stories at regular intervals can actually help them to develop a positive outlook towards life, which eventually proves beneficial for good character development. The Fake Cake: Teaching Your Children Values is a delightful and charming book for the younger reader. I read it with my grandkids and they loved not only the story, but also the amazing illustrations. I thought the text and illustrations worked very well together. Author Sigal Adler writes in a wonderful, simple and imaginative style that will guarantee the attention of young minds….

The Night Visitors: A Picture Book to Help Children Overcome Their Fear of the Dark
Children's Books / January 28, 2019

  THE BOOK to Help Ease Your Child’s Fears Of The Dark! “The Night Visitors” is an engaging and insightful book about a boy who is afraid of the dark. In this beautifully illustrated book, the little boy fears the monsters in his house. His mother assures him there is no reason to be afraid, but as soon as the lights go out, he becomes a scared child. He is convinced that there is a monster lurking around every corner, but slowly his fear of the monsters are banished. With the help of his mother, he is encouraged to investigate the source of his fears. In doing so, he slowly discovers that no monsters come to life once the lights go out. “The Night Visitors” is a “stories in verse” book. The nursery rhymes help to ease children into the story, and also the idea that there is nothing to be afraid of. How to Overcome Fear of The Dark? Children go through a lot of emotions and feelings – it’s a part of life. They also go through many new experiences, and any of those new experiencess can suddenly trigger fears within them. When toddlers and older children are afraid of the dark, it…

Mylee in the Mirror (Greek Mythology Fantasy Series Book 2)

  Freshman year is just starting, and already Mylee fears her family is falling apart. She’s not interested in dating or any of the high-school drama it brings, but that’s just what she gets when Sam, the most popular guy at school, invites her to the Homecoming dance. Mylee needs advice, so she summons Aphrodite, Goddess of Love and Beauty, her secret confidant. Tyler is worried about Mylee, his best friend and teammate. Already sad about her family woes, he’s livid that Slimeball Sam is trying to ooze his way into her life. And she seems to be falling for Sam’s act! Worse, Ty is worried all this attention from such a popular guy will place Mylee officially out of his league. What does an ancient Greek goddess know about modern teenage romance? Can My and Ty save their friendship and discover what matters most?   REVIEW A must-read whimsical fiction interwoven with true-life teenage drama. Reviewed By Piaras O Cionnaoith for Emerald Book Reviews Award-winning author Ellie Collins weaves another well-crafted contemporary coming of age novel. The story had every element a good story should have. A solid and captivating plot, attention to detail, but best of all fleshed…

Sunny’s Morning Surprise: (Children’s Books- Animal Amazing Bedtime Stories for Toddlers)
Children's Books / December 16, 2018

  Sunny’s Morning Surprise is a bright and colorful baby elephant story that will at once both entertain your child and bring attention to important concepts: inclusion and rejection handling disappointment practicing joy and patience and keeping an open and generous heart toward others Author Emily Smith has created a beautifully expressive story to inspire the imagination and delight the heart. This story follows Sunny the baby elephant as he ventures into his world on a solo quest for friendship and acceptance. Sunny is first disappointed and rejected by others who overlook or exclude him without consideration, primarily because he is not one of them. His sunny disposition prevails, however, and Sunny continues to pleasure in the beauty of the day and draw comfort from the assurance of his mother’s love.   REVIEW A wonderfully illustrated story with important life lessons. Reviewed By Piaras O Cionnaoith for Emerald Book Reviews More often than not children relate themselves with the characters of a good story. In such circumstances, reading fiction can help them to get inspiration from the characters. These stories often portray real life implications through anecdotes, and as such makes it easier for them to understand the complex aspects of…