Don’t Call Me Chip is an upbeat story that's partially told from the perspective of a chipmunk. Surprisingly, contrary to the chipmunk stereotype, this chipmunk is witty and does not do cute. He also hates to be called "Chip." After escaping from his destroyed burrow under the deck of a house caught on fire, he searches for a new home among a neighborhood near the forest. After meeting his close ex-marine human companion, he is given a new home.
Clara is sure Gypsies are out to get her when they establish their camp in the woods near her home, but when she meets a Gypsy boy named Luke, her mindset changes. She and Luke spend time together every afternoon and get to know each other quite well. But when she is invited to dinner, Luke’s grandmother senses the secret that Clara cannot tell anyone, especially a Gypsy: Clara is a shapeshifter.
Achoo! Baby Bear is allergic to pollen. And he gets covered in it as soon as he wakes up from his long winter hibernation! As he struggles to get rid of the sticky yellow dust covering his fur, Baby Bear decides he does NOT like pollen. He even says that he wishes pollen didn't exist. But as his other animal friends wake up, Baby bear learns that pollen does a lot more than just make him sneeze. In fact, many other animals and insects rely on pollen. His friends Sandy Spiderling, Zoe Zebra Butterfly, and some honey bee larvae even eat it!
Siblings, Lucy and Andy, live with their friends, Margaret and Phil, in a cave. Andy has a crush on Margaret. He wants to go hunting, but when he sees what happens to the mammoth, he barfs two times. Andy is tired of eating mammoth, and once when he eats merky (dried mammoth), he comes down with a tooth problem. Andy's dad must pull his tooth out. One day when Lucy is making new clothes out of mammoth fur, Margaret upsets her. Lucy runs into the woods and meets two people, Claire and Chris, but she's frightened, so she runs back. The two clans meet, but will they get along?
Greer MacDonald is a new student at St. Aiden the Great School (STAGS). Right away she realizes she doesn’t fit in. She’s not one of the “it” girls, who call themselves Medievals. So when she is invited to a weekend retreat of “huntin’ shootin’ fishin,’” she is beyond surprised. She is flattered that she may finally become a Medieval. However, things slowly start making less sense, and Greer starts to question everything around her. It seems that the Medievals are out for blood… and not just animals’.
Have you ever wondered why you deal with pain? Well, did you ever think to check the foods you eat, the medicine in your cabinet, or the stress in your day-to-day life? In this health book by Health Coach Cheryl Meyer, you’ll learn one perspective on why people experience chronic pain and how to eliminate the toxins that exist in food, utensils, cosmetics, medicine, water, and even relationships. The step-by-step processes listed in this book will help you get rid of your daily aches and pains.