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Books with author Michael Biegel

  • Mommy, what do unicorns eat?

    Michael Bo

    eBook
    ★Buy the Paperback and Receive the Kindle eBooks for FREE★Mia Takes an Educational Journey into the World of Food A magical journey filled with fun and intrigue. "Mommy, What do Unicorns eat?" tells the story of Mia, a unicorn who is curious by nature and eager to learn just what her ideal diet looks like. She is a friendly unicorn, and throughout the story, she meets many other animals who are just as friendly as she is, including an elephant, a squirrel, a dolphin, a cow, a parrot, a rabbit, and a caterpillar. Each of the animals she meets has some wisdom and advice to share, each recommending their favorite food as the best food there is. They also explain the benefits of each food, from strength to speed to tail fluffiness. As a parent, you know you need to explain to your child how important each food type is, but this topic is a big one, and you want to make it easy on yourself – or at least easier than it seems on the surface. "Mommy, What do Unicorns eat?" is a fun and simple way to introduce your child to a healthy, wholesome, rounded diet, the animals explaining in detail why they like each food and what each food does for them.  Join Mia as she gallivants, makes friends, and learns about food! 
  • LION'S Eleven.: From 1 to 11 with The Funny Animal's Soccer Team. Kids Counting Book.

    Michael Bo

    language (, March 12, 2019)
    When you make learning fun, you make learning easier than it would be otherwise. This is good news! The easier it is for your child to pick up the concepts he or she needs to pick up in preparation for school, the more quickly you can go on to complex topics – or take an afternoon off to hang out and have fun together! From the lion to the elephant to the hippopotamus, the animals in this story are full of life and character, and your child will take to them immediately. They are eager to start playing, eager to get out onto the field and see just who the best animal is, but what they find is that each animal is the best in their own way. The elephant belongs in the goal, of course, and the giraffe can whack the ball, so long as it can reach down far enough! This book tells a story about a football team comprised of animals, each animal playing a specific role on the team. As you follow along, you will see that each animal connects to a number, making this book an engaging and original method for teaching counting. Learn to count – while you and your new animal friends enjoy a football match!
  • Mommy, what do unicorns eat?

    Michael Bo

    Paperback (Independently published, Jan. 5, 2019)
    Mia Takes an Educational Journey into the World of Food A magical journey filled with fun and intrigue. "Mommy, What do Unicorns eat?" tells the story of Mia, a unicorn who is curious by nature and eager to learn just what her ideal diet looks like. She is a friendly unicorn, and throughout the story, she meets many other animals who are just as friendly as she is, including an elephant, a squirrel, a dolphin, a cow, a parrot, a rabbit, and a caterpillar. Each of the animals she meets has some wisdom and advice to share, each recommending their favorite food as the best food there is. They also explain the benefits of each food, from strength to speed to tail fluffiness. As a parent, you know you need to explain to your child how important each food type is, but this topic is a big one, and you want to make it easy on yourself – or at least easier than it seems on the surface. "Mommy, What do Unicorns eat?" is a fun and simple way to introduce your child to a healthy, wholesome, rounded diet, the animals explaining in detail why they like each food and what each food does for them. Join Mia as she gallivants, makes friends, and learns about food!
  • LION'S Eleven.: From 1 to 11 with The Funny Animal's Soccer Team. Kids Counting Book.

    Michael Bo

    Paperback (Independently published, Feb. 27, 2019)
    When you make learning fun, you make learning easier than it would be otherwise. This is good news! The easier it is for your child to pick up the concepts he or she needs to pick up in preparation for school, the more quickly you can go on to complex topics – or take an afternoon off to hang out and have fun together! From the lion to the elephant to the hippopotamus, the animals in this story are full of life and character, and your child will take to them immediately. They are eager to start playing, eager to get out onto the field and see just who the best animal is, but what they find is that each animal is the best in their own way. The elephant belongs in the goal, of course, and the giraffe can whack the ball, so long as it can reach down far enough! This book tells a story about a football team comprised of animals, each animal playing a specific role on the team. As you follow along, you will see that each animal connects to a number, making this book an engaging and original method for teaching counting. Learn to count – while you and your new animal friends enjoy a football match!
  • Vincent's Starry Night and Other Stories: A Children's History of Art

    Michael Bird

    Hardcover (Laurence King Publishing, Aug. 8, 2016)
    Vincents Starry Night and Other Stories A Childrens Histo
  • Vincent's Starry Night and Other Stories: A Children's History of Art by Michael Bird

    Michael Bird

    Hardcover (Laurence King Publishing, Aug. 16, 1741)
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  • Missing

    Michael

    (, Jan. 29, 2014)
    Burma was wild and exotic, with a rich landscape and tempestuous weather. Frank was quickly introduced to the world of rubies abounding in the country, especially the very expensive “Pigeon blood ruby.” However, this beautiful and distant world had a dark side; its villagers were poor, uneducated, and the victims of slave and prostitution ring leaders. While being initiated to the world of weapons and rubies trade, Frank met with a young and very intelligent boy by the name of Phirrot. The boy, who spoke very little English, opened the doors to a culture Frank was dying to discover. But shortly after their meeting, the only Burmese friend Frank had was snatched one night while his village was being burned down. Grabbing the only opportunity, he had to chase after Alex; Frank, with the help of a few willing monks, went on a mission to rescue Phirrot. After a first failed attempt, Frank met with the beautiful Paula (an international investigator for child abuse) and together they were able to rescue the stolen children. Soon after, he was faced by Khun Sa himself who tried to make an example out of Frank by executing the monks who offered to help him. While running away from the general, Frank faced another great challenge; the powerful monsoon rains, which literally drowned him and the kids he was trying to save. The challenges confronting him, forced Frank to face his real enemies buried inside his soul; rooting from his own devastated childhood, with an abusive father who did nothing but bring him down. Frank finally understood that his dedication to saving Phirrot was actually an indirect attempt at saving himself. Fortunately, Frank survived and was approached by Paula’s group who trained and sent him to Brazil where he was about to face the evil men operating the shameful trade. In order to infiltrate the international ring, Frank had to pose as a customer preying on the very same kids he was trying to save. His mission will take him to a “Kill scene” where Frank only had seconds to save two children from a tragic end. The ringleaders now captured, Frank returned to his daughters with the great feeling of having found redemption.
  • Aliens by Michael Biehn

    Michael Biehn

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