The Planet Mirth Adventures One

Five amazing stories that will spark your child's imagination. 

Mia travels to the Planet Mirth in her dreams and encounters the gnomes and strange looking animals that live there. She discovers the magical forest where toys grow on trees but they only grow when a child does a good thing on Earth.

She attends a Burpday party which is celebrated on the anniversary of a gnomes first burp.

Read the reviews on Amazon UK and find out the impact this book is having on children around the world. 


Stop! Breathe! And Think!




































Stop Breathe and think, follows a young girl named Lemar, who is faced with a challenging situation in her classroom. Lemar feels overwhelmed and decides to throw a tantrum! how can the teacher help Lemar overcome her feelings? what advice does she offer to Lemar in order to regulate her yelling and screaming? Sure enough, Lemar felt super proud of herself that she learned how to stop, breathe 5 times, and think for every problem there is a solution.

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Dana deserves a playground too

I couldn't imagine that this would happen... 

One day, I came across a story on Facebook about a woman 

who met a father and daughter at the playground.

Due to a disability, the girl was confined to a wheelchair 

and unable to enjoy any of the playground facilities.

All she could do was... 

Put her doll in the swing and push it,

which caused great sorrow for her and her father.

This story gave me a lot of inspiration to write this book.

In many cases, children with special needs can't do what "regular" children do-

Their needs were forgotten and that is exactly the story of Dana.


Mamie's Love

Cancer survivor myself. I have decided to write a book to tell children about this awful disease. Children deserve to know the truth even if it is hard to hear. 

To all of you battleing with cancer my heart goes out to you. Best wish for healthy recovery:)


Charlie the Horse

Charlie is an adorable young horse. He wants to be a famous racehorse like his dad, Charles the Great. But he doesn't like to focus on his work. He'd rather munch on flowers. Who helps him progress toward his big dream? What happens when he has trouble on the racetrack. Does he persevere? Does his dream come true?

Charlie's story will help your child learn the importance of working hard, setting goals and persevering.

Your child will enjoy this tale that Charlie narrates. An award-winning tale with valuable life lessons for young readers.

From the Back Cover

"The author does a great job of conveying some timeless messages about setting-goals and overcoming challenges through a highly entertaining, richly informative and perfectly paced story. The book is divided into easy to follow chapters and each chapter reflects a step in the evolution of the main character, Charlie the Horse. Told in a charming first-person voice, the story offers a unique glimpse into the life of a thoroughbred from the horse's point of view. Readers will easily feel the horse's emotions of fear and thrill as he struggles with difficult situations and overcomes them. Beautifully crafted illustrations complement the story. A splendid book that will delight readers of all ages." ~Review by Yossi Lapid, children's author

"A wonderful story for both adults and children alike! Charlie is so likeable as a character and I found myself connecting with him as he trains for racing at the Sweetbrier Racing Stable. This is a story about the power of determination.Charlie knows what he wants and is persistent in achieving his goal."  ~Review by Jessica Dickstein, author


An adorable story, especially for horse lovers." ~Review by author Virginia Wright

" An inspiring book for any child. It was a fun experience reading this book." ~ Review by Rhonda Patton, author

Editorial reviews:

"Teachers and librarians ought to introduce kids to Deanie Humphrys-Dunne's lovely books. Ms. Dunne's books are beautifully written and convey wonderful life lessons to children and their caregivers.

Highly recommended!"~Sarah Mazor

5-star review by Reader's Favorites

"I highly recommend Charlie the Horse by Deanie Humphrys-Dunne because children will be fully engaged while reading it. They will enjoy following Charlie and his adventures,and they will learn various types of lessons like doing your best no matter how you feel, as Charlie was told by his mentor, retired racehorse and legend in his own right, General Quick. Additionally, in reading Charlie the Horse,children will become involved and parents can gauge their understanding as they are asked questions about the story, which will in turn enhance their learning experience."  ~ Vernita Naylor forReaders' Favorite (5-stars)




Where is God? God is everywhere

Often children ask the very challenging question: "Where is God?" As parents, grandparents, teachers or any other educational figure in a child's life, we often find it difficult to answer. What if actually the answer is simpler than we think? As explained in this gracious picture book, children and adults can explore together the special moments when God's love manifests itself in everything that surrounds us. Warmhearted words and colorful illustrations will bring comfort and reassurance that once we discover God, we will never feel alone and that His presence does not exist just in everything that surrounds us but it also resides within our own hearts.


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How the Blue-Tongued Skink got his Blue Tongue

Meet the bold Dinky who overcomes bullying, tries to save all of us, and gains a unique blue tongue. This award-winning children's book written by former teacher and public school principal Mary Langer Thompson is meant to be read aloud, ideally while eating a blue raspberry Tootsie Pop so that the reader gets his or her own blue tongue, too!


Unicorn Jokes for Kids plus How to Tell Jokes

If you love unicorns, then you will love this book You don’t have to understand every joke. Just laugh and pretend that you get the joke. You will figure it out later. Why does a unicorn have only one horn? Look inside to find the answer. Also, you can learn how to tell jokes in this book.


Ancient Egypt for Kids

This is a colorfully illustrated, interactive story for kids about Ancient Egypt from 50,000 BC to 653 BC It can be used as a preview or review of Ancient Egypt.“It is 50,000 BC during the Stone Age. I am wandering around with a group of hunter-gatherers. We use stones for tools. We are thirsty and hungry. What’s that ahead of us?”


Skylar Robbins: The Mystery of the Hidden Jewels

A deserted mansion perches on a steep hillside, overlooking a rocky canyon. Tattered curtains hang behind broken windows, and a turret stretches toward the sky. Three years ago the wealthy owner disappeared suddenly, leaving behind a house full of secrets: A mysterious note, tantalizing clues, a hidden floor, one piece of a treasure map, and a missing fortune in diamonds.

Thirteen-year-old sleuth Skylar Robbins moves into the mansion with her parents and embarks on a new and dangerous mission. Armed with her detective kit, and with the support of her BFF Alexa and a team of secret agents, Skylar sets out to decipher the clues and find the diamonds. Can she outwit a gang of older bullies and find the hidden jewels before they do? Or will the perils of middle school--like battling ruthless Emelyn Peters for the attention of class hottie Dustin Coles--get in her way?

Skylar Robbins: The Mystery of the Hidden Jewels is an Amazon #1 Bestseller in Children's Detective Books, was voted Book-of-the-Month by LASR readers, won the 5-star Reader's Favorite award, and was a Top Ten Finalist for an Author Academy Award in the YA/Middle Grade category.

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