Publications

  • Something Special


    SOMETHING SPECIAL
    by Terri Cohlene
    illustrated by Doug Keith

    Benjamin Franklin Award – “Best Design”
    USA Book News – “Best Children’s Picture Book – Finalist”

    Terri Cohlene’s imaginative picture book will bring a smile to your face and a furrow to your brow as you challenge your mind with this playful puzzle. Whimsically illustrated by Doug Keith, Something Special will be enjoyed again and again, no matter how many times you solve this sweet mystery.

  • Won't Papa Be Suprised!


    written by Terri Cohlene
    illustrated by Elizabeth Sayles
    Mikele loves ribbons, and today she sees them everywhere — in the sunshine, the flowers, even the streamers of a wind sock. The bright, sparkly images remind her of something special, a surprise she has for her papa on this not so ordinary day. But through breakfast, chores, and a tea party on the porch, Mikele never guesses that Papa has a surprise for her too!

    This portrait of a special day shared by father and daughter is perfectly captured by Terri Cohlene’s playful text and the warm, fanciful illustrations by Elizabeth Sayles.

  • Clamshell Boy


    Clamshell Boy

    adapted by Terri Cohlene
    illustrated by Charles Reasoner

    Wicked Basket Woman is stealing children to eat. Can clever Clamshell Boy come up with a way to trick the witch?

    The books in the Native American Legend series combine stories of various North American tribes with factual information about the Native American cultures.

  • Turquoise Boy


    Turquoise Boy
    adapted by Terri Cohlene
    illustrated by Charles Reasoner

    A retelling of a Navajo Indian legend in which Turquoise Boy searches for something that will make the Navajo people’s lives easier.

    The books in the Native American Legend series combine stories of various North American tribes with factual information about the Native American cultures.

  • Dancing Drum


    Dancing Drum

    adapted by Terri Cohlene
    illustrated by Charles Reasoner

    This enchanting Cherokee legend comes alive through the author’s vivid adaptation and striking illustrations. Children will be spellbound as they read about the distinctive lifestyle and beliefs of the Cherokee people.

    The books in the Native American Legend series combine stories of various North American tribes with factual information about the Native American cultures.

  • Ka Ha Si and the Loon


    Ka Ha Si and the Loon
    adapted by Terri Cohlene
    illustrated by Charles Reasoner

    In this beloved Eskimo legend, an idle sleepyhead becomes the champion who saves his people from famine and disaster.

    The books in the Native American Legend series combine stories of various North American tribes with factual information about the Native American cultures.

  • Little Firefly


    Little Firefly
    adapted by Terri Cohlene
    illustrated by Charles Reasoner

    Reminiscent of the Cinderella story, this is the enchanting tale of a shy maiden who wins the heart of a great warrior despite her cruel and mocking older sisters.

    The books in the Native American Legend series combine stories of various North American tribes with factual information about the Native American cultures.

  • Quillworker


    Quillworker
    adapted by Terri Cohlene
    illustrated by Charles Reasoner

    This enchanting myth of a young Cheyenne woman, famous for her porcupine-quill embroidery, explains how the stars were born.

    The books in the Native American Legend series combine stories of various North American tribes with factual information about the Native American cultures.

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