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NEW RELEASE ALERT! “Bullied” by Mirella Coacci van der Zyl

Posted by on Jan 11, 2018 in Book Releases, News | 0 comments

NEW RELEASE ALERT! “Bullied” by Mirella Coacci van der Zyl

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BOOK SIGNINGS!

Posted by on Feb 23, 2017 in Events, Featured, News, Publications | 0 comments

BOOK SIGNINGS!

Mark your calendars! Linda Oliver, author of CODP’s new release, I’d Rather Be Me, has two book signing coming up on Saturday, March 4th! Linda will be at Kent Bookstore, 15 William St. N. in Lindsay, ON from noon until 2 p.m., and at Trade Winds Toys, 110 Kent St. W. Lindsay, ON from 3 – 5 p.m personally signing copies of her new children’s book! I’d Rather Be Me is a fun book with a powerful message that will be enjoyed again and again by little book lovers! Not in the Lindsey area or can’t make the signings? You can get your copies of I’d Rather...

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NEW RELEASE ALERT! My New Yellow Pants!

Posted by on Jan 31, 2017 in Book Releases, News, Publications, Uncategorised | 0 comments

NEW RELEASE ALERT! My New Yellow Pants!

“My mom bought me the perfect pair of yellow pants. I promised to keep them clean. Well, I promised to do my best. This is the true story of how I ruined my new yellow pants…” Now available from Cavern of Dreams Publishing, the first book in the  “New Clothes” series: My New Yellow Pants! Written and illustrated by Julie Nichol-Clements, My New Yellow Pants is a fun and imaginative story about young Elian, who opens his back door to find a whole new world waiting for him. Can he save the day AND keep his new yellow pants clean?! My New Yellow Pants will keep little readers...

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NEW RELEASE ALERT! I’d Rather Be Me!

Posted by on Jan 27, 2017 in Book Releases, Featured, News, Publications | 0 comments

NEW RELEASE ALERT! I’d Rather Be Me!

Have you ever wished for wings? Four legs? Green Hair? Fins? Or maybe you’ve wanted to be a Queen Or a Super Hero? All these things would be fun to do But it’s also fine to just be YOU! We’re very excited about author Linda Oliver’s first book with CODP, I’d Rather Be Me! Illustrated by Tina McGilp (author of June), I’d Rather Be Me will tickle the imaginations of all little readers as they explore whether it really is better to just be you! Cute, fun, and with a great message for boys and girls alike, I’d Rather Be Me is a must read! You can get your copy NOW...

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Just in Time for Christmas! Package deal on The Summer Garden and the Song: The Circle of Life and The Summer Garden and the Song: Harvest!

Posted by on Dec 9, 2016 in News, Sales | 0 comments

Just in Time for Christmas! Package deal on The Summer Garden and the Song: The Circle of Life and The Summer Garden and the Song: Harvest!

  “For the residents of Haddon Junction, who had brought in the New Year with the usual revelry and celebration, there was scant reason to expect 1959 to not come and go pretty much like any other year—with little of any consequence to remember it for. For some, though, and especially for Mick Neilson, now seventeen years old, it would be a year to never forget.” Just in time to buy for the book lovers in your life, N.W. Young is offering his epic 2-part love story, The Summer Garden and the Song, for the package price of $35 when you buy both books! The Summer Garden and the Song: The...

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NEW RELEASE ALERT! The Summer Garden and The Song: Harvest by N.W. Young

Posted by on Nov 29, 2016 in Book Releases, News | 0 comments

NEW RELEASE ALERT! The Summer Garden and The Song: Harvest by N.W. Young

After 50 years, Brantford-born and Paris-based author N.W. Young (Neil w Young) has finally fulfilled his promise: the final chapter in his epic 2-book love/coming of age story, The Summer Garden and The Song, was released this past Thursday. The Summer Garden and The Song: Harvest concludes the story of Mick Neilson, whom we were introduced to in book one, The Summer Garden and The Song: The Circle of Life, which was released in July 2016. “For the residents of Haddon Junction, who had brought in the New Year with the usual revelry and celebration, there was scant reason to expect 1959 to...

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