“This bright and whimsical tale of fairies, brownies, trolls, and more carries many messages within its fun pages. The characters are, of course, cute but they also have substance. This is definitely not a 2-dimensional sugar-coated work of fluff, even though finishing this story will leave you feeling warm and fuzzy all over.” – Toi Thomas, author of Joe and Chip in Quarantine

“This book is Junie B Jones meet Babysitter Club’s with some pixie dust and fairy magic mixed in to it.” – Joy Z., NetGalley Reviewer

“The adventure is short, sweet and simple but has a great moral to it. The word building is fantastic and the little land of fantasy and adventure is so cleverly plotted and planned out.” – Natalie H., NetGalley Reviewer

“The book yanks the reader to the land of fairies, allowing them to experience the magical world and the adventure that lies in it. […] The best thing about this piece is the fact that it comes with several beautiful lessons that are not difficult to dig out, and are important for children and adults alike.” – Afifa S. R., NetGalley Reviewer

“It was a perfect book. I loved it so much, and I know that children would love reading this, too. It was such a wholesome and wondrous fairy world.” –  Joey-Susan L., NetGalley Reviewer


“It’s a quick read and a fun romp through the whimsical world of the fairies. Young readers will enjoy the fun fairy words and following Thistle on her second adventure. They’ll also learn some important lessons about friendship and acceptance. Appropriate for young middle-grade readers who enjoy fantasy and stories about fairies.” – Sherry Ellis, VINE VOICE

“This magical world has again proven to be whimsical and light-hearted, and yet, still very capable of tackling some much-needed subjects concerning perception, judgment, and the treatment of others.” – Toi Thomas, reviewer at Lit Carnival

“Smiles and delight abound as I embark on a mystery adventure with Thistle and her fluttery friends. I immediately fell in love with them all.” – Sherry Fundin, reviewer at Fundinmental


“A charming and imaginative tale that can help children cope with being bullied.” –Sherry Ellis, author of That Mama is a Grouch, Ten Zany Birds, That Baby Woke Me Up, AGAIN, and Don’t Feed the Elephant

“Gregory is an ordinary boy and is easy to relate to. His situation, while funny, still evokes sympathy.” – Tonja Drecker, Bookworm for Kids

“A beautiful story about a bowl of pea soup and a teddy bear with a secret that shows the kids at school bullying is never fun.” – Beverly Stowe McClure, award-winning author of A Family for Leona and other stories for children and teens

“The clever storyline and message make the book a good choice for beginning readers, reluctant readers and a parent read-aloud for any age child.” – Barbara Mojica, Top Amazon Contributor: Children’s Books


“Doctor Mom is an adorable story that shows how Moms can fix anything–even a torn limb on a beloved teddy bear! Children will enjoy the lovable little bear who needs a stitch or two and his boy who plays dress-up as a doctor.” – Wanda Luthman, award-winning author of Little Birdie Grows Up

“A sweet and heartfelt tale kids can easily identify with, and all of that with a wonderful touch of magic.” – Tonja Drecker, reviewer at Bookworm for Kids

“Doctor Mom is a sweet story that assures kids that mom can take care of just about anything. The illustrations compliment the story nicely.” – Sherry Ellis, author of That Mama is a Grouch, Ten Zany Birds, That Baby Woke Me Up, AGAIN, and Don’t Feed the Elephant

“I think at some point we’ve all been there, as kids, when a favorite toy, whether a teddy bear, a Barbie doll, an action figure, or a toy car gets damaged and one of our parents fixes it for us. I think that Nostalgia is one of the major pulls of this story.” Toi Thomas, reviewer at Lit Carnival


“The excitement of heading out alone for the very first time to go trick or treating comes to life in these pages.” – Tonja Drecker, Bookworm for Kids 

“Halloween Ride is a funfilled story of illustrated pictures that will capture any child’s eye as Gregory and Sammy soar higher and higher, showing no fear.” – Sherry Fundin, reviewer at Fundinmental


“Kaye presents an opportunity for students to be detectives in safe environments. She is careful to weave literacy development in everyday living. This work encourages student engagement and develops leadership skills. Students learn to collaborate as they develop other team building skills that will benefit them long after they have left the classrooms.” – Martha Joseph Watts, Ed. D., Instructor, Author, & Educational Consultant 

“I adored this cute mystery of The Missing Alphabet and enjoyed the colorful illustrations and adventure Gregory Green embarks on with his fellow students, working together, searching, thinking, collaborating…” – Sherry Fundin, reviewer at Fundinmental


“The story stays on a very traditional, Santa path, which I also appreciate. It awakes the Christmas feeling and fits well with the excitement kids have for the holidays. Plus, those who dream of Santa will wish they could join Gregory on his adventure.” – Tonja Drecker, reviewer at Bookworm for Kids

“A perfect holiday bedtime story for fans of the Gregory Green series and more.” – Toi Thomas, reviewer at Lit Carnival