We are thrilled to be publishing children’s books now as well, under the Purple Butterfly Press imprint, a division of Kat Biggie Press.
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Princess Monroe & Her Happily Ever After by Jody Vallee Smith
“I am a Princess AND a Warrior.” Do you have a daughter who sports tutus and converse shoes with a sword swung over her back? Then she’s going to LOVE Princess Monroe, a princess who saves herself!
Princess Monroe is more than just a princess. She’s an independent girl with lots of different interests. While her Queen Mom has ideas of finding her a prince, Monroe wants to explore, learn, play, get dirty, and find her own way in the world. As the princess continues to prove that she can do anything she wants, without being saved by a prince, her mom starts to listen.
Ultimately, Monroe finds her own happy ending.
Books in the Park by Elle Montemayor
Dawson is a little boy who loves games, knights, and swords, but he doesn’t like to read. Until one day he is playing in the park when all the other children gather to see what a woman in the park has as a surprise for them. Disappointed when all of the fanfare is only over a book, Dawson is surprised by what happens next.
You Can Call Me Katelyn by Keri T. Collins
What happens when you don’t like your name? There’s nothing you can do about it, right? But not Katelyn. She didn’t like her original name, and she did something about it!
Join Katelyn on her journey as she teaches kids and parents both that if you decide to live your dream, nothing is impossible. Be who you want – it all starts with a choice, no matter your age.
Happy Tears & Rainbow Babies by Natasha Carlow
“What are happy tears and rainbow babies?”One day, on a walk with Mommy and Daddy, Rosie and Capi learn all about happy tears and rainbow babies. Set against the backdrop of a rainbow, Happy Tears and Rainbow Babies tells the story of how faith brought healing and hope to one family after the pain and loss of miscarriage. Written from a mother to her children, this story engages the reader in a conversation that families everywhere can share and benefit from.Natasha Melissa Carlow is an Itinerant Counsellor from Trinidad and Tobago. She lives with her husband and two children, who love taking long walks.