And waking, Emmalina decided to save
this most bright and glorious dream,
so she carefully tucked it away in her jewelry box.
Then she sank back into her pillowed berth,
and dozed off again."
A paperback picture book for young children, beautifully illustrated by visionary artist Joyce Huntington. Emmalina’s dream is stolen by a hobgoblin. She chases her dream and sees it auctioned to the highest bidder, a sprite, who uses the dream to heal a sick child. Emmalina has a new dream, just as beautiful as the first.
Sometimes, in the dark,
she heard pixie voices
whispering places they had been.
Emmalina longed to know them,
and to see the world they had seen."
A paperback picture book for young children, beautifully illustrated by visionary artist Joyce Huntington. Emmalina dreams she lives on an island. Pixies sew wings on her back in the night, and she learns to fly. She finds herself far from home. Just when it seems she is alone, she conquers her fears and realizes it is all a dream.
She sees them everyday, but they do not speak, for the wind is so quieting that their words cannot be heard. Only the voices of the trees can overcome the wind, when by motions and murmurs of branches and leaves, they speak one to another of long ago things."
A paperback picture book for young children. Emmalina dreams she lives in the forest, secure and surrounded by her family. She knows she must leave the nest someday, but is afraid to until a sprite comes to help her on her way.
What is it, Dippity? What’s the matter?” Sarah asked. As usual, Dippity said nothing.
Sarah looked where she was pointing, and that was how she discovered that Buster liked tuna fish.
That was a good thing to know, because Sarah doesn’t like tuna fish. Dippity is always helping out that way.
A hardcover children’s picture book, illustrated by Joyce Huntington. Sarah has a habit of losing things. Dippity has a knack for finding things. Together they make a great team, but the things they find are not always the things Sarah is looking for! Or so it seems to Sarah, who is usually looking for her cat, Buster. What will they do when their friend Elgin the hamster turns up missing?
It must also be said that Pip was not born that day, nor the day before, being as old as a girl can be at her age, and so it was as plain as peaches that the three men who had entered her apartment were not detectives, or policemen at all. ”
A paperback chapter book for children, without illustrations. Young Davey has a way with the wind. Due to a mishap on the playground, he finds he can fly, and learns to trust where the wind takes him. It guides him to a higher place, above the hustle and bustle of the city, where an orchard and it’s caretakers have unwittingly escaped the bulldozers.