Children’s Books

I have been so blessed to be able to work with a variety of artists to create these books for younger children. Amazing illustrations, fantasical worlds, unique characters, and positive life lessons!

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How many pages: 58

Who is it for: Ages 3 to 7

Where to find it:

Amazon

Barnes and Noble

What it’s about: “I took a walk in the Land of Giants. I didn’t want to go, but a friend of mine suggested I visit there, just once.”

So begins a young boy’s journey into the heart of the Land of Giants. The giants are very different from him and at first, he is very frightened. Some of the giants can’t see and chase him with sticks. Others talk using a strange hand language, while others move in chairs with huge wheels. But when one of the giants really wants to be his friend, the boy soon learns that they are not really so different from him after all.

What readers think: “I cannot help be impressed by the way Christine E. Schulze has discussed the issue of young children first encountering folks with disabilities….I…recommend it to all young readers.”

~ Rosie Malezer, Readers Favorite

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How many pages: 52

Who is it for: Ages 5 to 9

Where to find it:

Amazon

Barnes and Noble

What it’s about: Kane and Kaylee, the notorious “K” pirates, spend their days flying their magic ship all over outer space looking for star sparkles and food–lots of food. So when their ship crash lands on a moon made of candy, you would think they’d be in heaven.

But someone else has landed there too–Claire and her crew of “C” pirates. Claire isn’t willing to share so much as a single peppermint with anyone–certainly not with pirates whose names start with “K.”

However, not all of Claire’s crew feels the same way. With the help of the inventive Cash, can Kane and Kaylee help to show Claire that being different isn’t all that bad–that in fact, sometimes being different is downright amazing?

Join the “C” and “K” crews on their zany, outer space adventure to find out.

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How many pages: 62

Who is it for: Ages 5 to 9

Where to find it:

Amazon

Barnes and Noble

What it’s about: Three sisters. A two-headed dragon. Aliens, fairies, and genies—oh my!

Diona, Nixie, and Brook love each other, but their fighting is out of control. One day, their bickering gets them lost in the woods, where they are each given a special task: find a way to make the Weeping Two-Headed Dragon happy again. If they can do this, they will find both their way home and a great treasure. Hmm… Cheer up a two-headed dragon, win awesome treasure. Sounds like a good deal…ri-i-ight? The task soon proves to be trickier than any of the three sisters had thought. To help the dragon and get back home, they must find a way to remember that two heads are better than one—and three are even better!

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Cover_v7_leftshiftedHow many pages: 102

Who is it for: Ages 7 to 12

Where to find it:

Amazon

Barnes and Noble

What it’s about: William the Brownie loves his family—even more than he loves chocolate and super hero comics. So when his mommy and daddy get kidnapped by monsters, he embarks at once with his little brother, Brendan, on a grand adventure to find them. Aided by a dragon, a guardian fairy, and plenty of new magical friends along the way, the brothers must overcome giant spiders, naughty rainbows, bickering cyclops, and many other challenges. Can William become the super hero he has always imagined himself and save his parents before it’s too late?

What readers think: “It was interesting and fun to read with some of the older kids I watch. 🙂 would recommend!”

~ Katlin, Goodreads

 

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How many pages: 86

Who is it for: Ages 7 to 12

Where to find it:

Amazon

Barnes and Noble

What it’s about: I’ve lived in this hospital a long time now. Sometimes I get tired of being connected to all of these wires and medicines. But all that changes on the night of the harvest moon, when Puca comes to me. Puca has silver eyes and hair made of fire…and even magic. Magic that can take away all my sickness and pain—and the wires too! Am I ready? Am I brave enough to trust Puca and travel with him beyond the stars?

What readers think: “While there were PLENTY of tears from the emotional level of this story there is also a sense of comfort from having an idea of what children who are taken too soon have to look forward to when they die, that as Puca says “it is not so scary after all”. There is a natural ability in Christine Schulze’s writing that intends to sooth and give comfort to those who need it and succeeds in doing just that….I have never been so emotionally moved as I have been today by such incredible writing.”

~ Aly, Amazon