“Happy Home” series
“Happy Home” opens a series of fairy tales under the same name. You will become acquainted with the amazing Happy Home where Fairy Tales live. You will meet with his neighbors, become immersed in some interactive activities and, same time, learn about the surrounding beauty of our amazing World!
(8.5″ X 11″, 32 pages, hardcover/ 8″ X 10″, 42 pages, paper cover)
“In our amazing, wonderful World there stands an amazing, wonderful house with big-eyed windows. This house is called Happy Home. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
In this Happy Home live Fairy Tales… Yes, yes! Fairy Tales! They are all so different: big and small, funny and serious. The Fairy Tales look like marvelous, bright, singing birds. Their wings sparkle in the sun with all the colors of the rainbow. Where do they come from? No one knows. The Fairy Tales know many amazing stories about Happiness and they share their stories as a gift to everyone on Earth.” . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
“Little Snowflake” is a children’s fairy tale and the second book in the “Happy Home” series.
This is a kind and wise history about the adventure of Little Snowflake, who remained in the large pocket of Fluffy Cloud.
Little Snowflake is very curious! She has so many questions for Fluffy Cloud . . .
(8.5″ X 11″, 32 pages, hardcover)
“Fluffy Cloud peeped into her pocket and saw her, the last little snowflake. “How could I have missed you?” White Cloud exclaimed in surprise.
It was a big pocket. The last Little Snowflake was quietly sitting in the very corner of it, completely still.
Fluffy Cloud glanced down on the Earth, and asked, “Why are you still here? Why are you hiding in my pocket?” . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Fluffy Cloud swayed in the sky and said with a smile, “Everyone has a time when they need to go. Your time is now.”
“I don’t want to leave! I want to be with you!” exclaimed Little Snowflake, and added uncertainly, “I don’t know my way or how to find it.” . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
“Bluebell’s song” is the third book in the “Happy Home” series.
Bluebell really didn’t mean to wake anyone up. . .
But Bluebell accidentally caught her head in a thin, delicate web. When the wind blew, Bluebell began to sing her ringing song. “Ding-dong, dee-ding!”. . .
Her ringing song woke up Little Spider and he began to grumble. . .
You can learn what happens next when you open the pages of this book. This kind and wise story tell about a meeting between Bluebell and Little Spider and in so doing, tells about what is really important for a happy life.
(8.5″ X 11″, 32 pages, paper cover)
“Ding-dong, dee-ding!” Bluebell rang softly.
Little Spider wiggled his legs and woke up.
Usually, he got up later, but today his sweet morning sleep had been interrupted. Just beside him, someone rang a bell. “Dee-dong!” Then, after a pause, it rang again. “Ding-dee-dong!”
Little Spider covered his head with his thin little paws, curled up into a ball, and moaned, “I want to sleep!” But again he heard an even louder “Ding-dong! Dee-dong-dong!” . . . . . . . . . . .
“Hello, hello,” Little Spider grumbled, wanting to hide himself under the large leaf, but stopped and asked, “Maybe I can help you?” . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Will be in the 2019 year
The next fairy tales entered in the “Magic book for children & parents” series >. But in the 2019 year, each fairy tale will be published as a separate book with bright color illustrations, made by me on my technique, on the basis of watercolors, gouache, pastels. Each book has about 32 pages, paperback, hardcover sized 8.5″ x 11″. Also, I am preparing a Kindle eBook.
. . . Little Bunny was dreaming of a Big Carrot.
He hid under an old fir tree and thought, “When I have my Big Carrot, I’ll munch on it for a long, long time. I’ll never give my wonderful Big Carrot to anyone!”
He sighed and closed his eyes, “Oh… When will summer come? If only it would start sooner. I want my delicious Big Carrot so much! Mmm-mm… it’ll probably be really sweet!” . . .
“Lady Bug & Seven Sports”
. . . Yesterday Ladybug learned to count to seven. Her friend Ant taught her.
It all started when Ant looked at Ladybug’s back and said, “One, two, three, four, five, six, seven! Hmmm…! You have seven spots on your back!”
Ladybug looked into a droplet of dew to see herself, and also saw the seven spots on her back.
“One, two, three, four, five, six, seven!” she repeated and then asked. “Why are there only seven?” . . .
. . . Little Fluffy Cloud was cleaning the sky as she always did. Today, she looked at the early morning smudges that required her attention, and grumbled, “The sky is so big and I am so small! How can I clean it? This job is so hard for me!”
She stopped for a minute, looked around, and thought, “Maybe Wind can help me.” But Wind was nowhere to be found. Feeling sorry for herself, Little Fluffy Cloud sighed and started to work again — slowly. . .
. . . “Oh, wait. What about green?” Brush asked, then added quietly, “I love the color green!”
“Of course!” laughed Sunny Ray. “Look out the window! The grass, leaves, trees all are many amazing shades of green.”
“Yes, I can see them. They are so beautiful! I really want to paint them on paper!” Brush enthusiastically exclaimed, and then peeked over at Paper.
The “Happy Home” series also will continue . . .
It will be: “Hedgehog”, “Chamomile”, “Raindrop” and other . . .
With love Olga Verasen