Books Published by Miriam Laundry Publishing
Miriam Laundry Publishing is a Hybrid Publishing House that mentors new authors and publishes quality children's books that are written to inspire and empower children.
Where Do We Go?
By: Robert D. De Wolfe
Bears can be a lot like people.
We aren’t so different from bears. We both live with our families in cozy homes and eat food like fish and berries. But sometimes, we don’t treat bears the way we’re supposed to. If we don’t make a change, we could lose some of our beautiful bears. How can we protect our environment and keep both bears and people safe?
Good Boy, Nacho!
By: Kristine N. McQuown
From the day Benny’s family adopted him from the pound, Nacho has filled their home and their hearts with love. Come along as they explore sunny days, family, friends both human and four-legged, unconditional love, and a bit of squirrel chasing too!
Written in lyrical rhyme and told through colorful illustrations, Good Boy, Nacho! is a book that both children and adults will enjoy - over and over again. There is no doubt that Nacho will become one of the most beloved characters on your bookshelf.
Goodnight Leena...Sleep Tight
By: Baldev Grewal and Harlene Grewal
An empowering, insightful story of a young girl's journey to understanding the importance of healthy sleep habits.
Leena never goes to sleep on time. Why sleep when she could play her cool new video game instead? Interestingly enough, the main topic for this week in her class is on the science of sleep. As she goes through her days feeling crabby and tired, will Leena finally uncover the secret of a good nights sleep?
Help your children gain knowledge and understanding of the various components of well-being. The Be Well Children's Books series helps parents inspire and empower their children to take accountability and make choices aligned with their well-being, so they can live their optimal lives. These books can also help teachers open a dialogue with their students on various aspects of well-being, which otherwise do not get addressed.
Bend your knees, Louise!
By: Jackie Freeman and Karen Worthy
This fun-loving grandmother teaches, Jack and Louise, the sport of Pickleball in a wise and playful way - and the results are even better than she hopes.
With clever rhymes and outstanding illustrations by award-winning artist, Kevin Fales, Bend Your Knees, Louise! guarantees to make believers - and devoted pickleball players - out of its readers.
The Power of One
By: Lori Parks
I want to ... but can I?
How often have you heard a child ponder that question? They can become lost in self doubt, and feel powerless.
Nolan is one such child. His heart is calling him to find a way to help; but can one person, especially someone little like him, really make a difference?
Through magical illustrations, and lyrical rhyme, this book's timeless message will plant seeds of hope in its readers heart, and inspire them to take action.
Follow Nolan on his beautiful journey to discovering his personal power, the power that lives in each and every one of us … The Power of One!
Alex and His Amazing abilities
By: Maggie Sullivan
Parents, teachers and children will love Alex and his Amazing Abilities. The story chronicles the life of a boy named Alex who has been diagnosed with Learning Disabilities and Attention Deficit Disorder.
The story talks about his frustrations of having an Individual Education Plan, “IEP” and feeling different from others … until grade eight. Alex’s teacher, Mrs. Hunter introduces the “IEP” talk and shares the special strengths that many students with learning disabilities have in common. Mrs. Hunter shows Alex how to turn his disabilities into Amazing Abilities.
This book can be used as a teaching tool for parents, teachers and children to discuss Learning Disabilities, Attention Deficit Disorder, and how to provide support so that they can turn their disabilities into amazing abilities.
JAKE KNIGHT AND THE TALE OF VINDICATUM
By: Lou Rider
What if you could actually go into the world of a supernatural library book, and become the main character?
Take a fourteen-year-old boy with an unusual problem, stir him into a pan simmering with one cup mystery, and two cups fantasy. Add a dash of history, a bit of murder, and a girl who is over a thousand years old. Season it all with a very unusual ghost. Bake it in a supernatural library, and what do you have? Jake Knight and The Tale of Vindicatum.
When Jake takes this book out of the library, he has no idea what he will find. He and his best friend, Petie, actually go into the strange book! Will they be able to survive the dangers there? Will Jake finally overcome his own special struggles? What does the mysterious title, Vindicatum, mean? One thing is certain: there is no guarantee they will come back alive.
By: Cindy Crosby
Did you know ... there are shark teeth in the desert sand of Saudi Arabia? Japan has restaurants that deliver food by conveyor belt? It would take 550 days to walk the length of the Great Wall of China?
Join us on a trip around the world and meet some amazing friends as we learn about languages, cultures, geography, foods, and much more. Saying Hello is an engaging peek into our world that shows the many ways we are similar, as well as how fun and interesting our differences can be.