EVERYTHING FAMILY &
"Mother of Family Ideas"
ages 2 and up
5.5" x 8.5"
Illustrated. Full Color. Paperback
within 48 hours
Teach the lesson that being different is good...
In a family of snowy white rabbits with sparkling pink
eyes and long silky ears, Fernbaugh's tufts of brown, black
and white fur, emerald green eyes and ears that flopped and
stuck out made him the target of name calling. Fernbaugh uses
his imagination to be all that he can be. In a moment of real
danger, he rises to the occasion and becomes the hero, saving
the day for the rest of the rabbits in the family. Fernbaugh
wins the respect, admiration and affection of all. The
REJECTION CAN BE VERY PAINFUL,
BUT BEING DIFFERENT CAN BE GOOD.
BOOKS BY DON GROTHE
Color Me Magic
Try the unheard
of, believe in yourself.
Amanda's Grumpy Grandma
Teach a child
about tolerating other's moods.
Benjamin Jordon Merriweather, Go to Your
fantasy sometimes ease the troubled mind.
Cassie's Deep Dark Secret
solutions for most problems. Sometimes you need to really
search and not give up.
Chubby Chester Chadwick
First we must
face the facts and then have the courage to act on them.
La Bomba Rules
solve lots of problems and makes life interesting and
fulfilled as well.
The Mouse Who Hated Cheese
Stereotypes are often wrong. Make allowances for individual
Talents are made
to be used and enjoyed.
Sedgwick and Walpole
People should not
judge others by appearances.
Skeeter and Bebob
Courage comes in
all sizes, shapes and materials.
What's in a Name?
reflected in what we do, not how we look.
Wilburforce Meets Perkins
Animals enrich our lives and provide a valuable connection.
About the Author
Don is the father of four
children and grandfather of eleven. He loves writing stories
for his grandchildren and others. They even like some of them!
Positions as a high school counselor for 37 years and a
part-time substance abuse counselor, mental health therapist
and Friend of the Court mediator and counselor have given him
insights into human nature. He attempts to reinforce positive
values through his books. Don is an organist, sports
enthusiast, horseback rider and motorcyclist.
About the Artist
Belinda Collins is a self-taught artist from
Montana who has resided in Fayette, a town in Michigan's upper
peninsula, since 1988. Besides helping her husband, Ron, on
their farm, she enjoys photography, bird watching, and tending
her sizeable flower and vegetable gardens.
What's the Point Books
by Don Grothe
Don has written thirty-three
children's books and seven Junior High School to Adult books,
all representing positive values which are subtle, but become
clear even to the young child as they read and ponder. His
books are illustrated by nine different artists, mostly local
to the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, who exhibit various styles
and techniques to appeal to children.