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Day to Day Enterprises: Creating Good Books for Today and Tomorrow

Day to Day Enterprises was created in February 1997. Our mission is to create good books for today and tomorrow. In a short space of time we have produced six award-winning books: The Monster Run, For Health’s Sake: A Cancer Survivor’s Cookbook, Grandma’s Magic Scissors, Hope for the Wounded Heart, and There’s a Frog on a Log in the Bog. For more information about our books visit us at

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We also host StoryMasters a professional storytelling team who helps promote literacy one book at a time. They provide fine programs for schools, workshops and events why not give them all call and book a StoryMaster event for your group today. More information is available at

Below is a brief overview of our top homeschooling books:

New in February 2007: Hickok’s Gold by Joseph Kropp (ISBN 1-890905-25-9). Family vacations are never boring with the Kaye family for each night of their vacation is filled with the continuing saga of Wild Bill Hickock and his gold mine. Each new day the family follows the clues Bill left behind to find that mine. What they find is adventure, danger and new friends along the way. The boys can’t wait to hear more about Wild Bills’ adventures each night and neither will you. [Chapter book - Ages 8-12; 192 pages] Study Area: Social Studies, Western History

Joseph Kropp’s first book Bowleg’s Bounty (ISBN 1-890905-24-0) takes you on an unforgettable vacation to Florida’s Emerald Coast. Listen in each night, as Mr. Kaye weaves their vacation adventures into the fabric of the bedtime stories he tells of Tip and Tap, boys whose lust for riches leads them on a perilous quest for Billy Bowlegs’ treasure. [Chapter book - Ages 8-12; 192 pages] Study Area: Social Studies and Florida History.

There’s a Frog on a Log in the Bog (chapter book ages 8-12; ISBN 1-890905-50-X) and Frogazoom (storybook ages 4-8; ISBN 1-890905-03-8) are about three bugs who set off into the bogs of Florida to make a life for themselves. Along the way they run into a very hungry frog who wants to have them for dinner, literally. The story is rollicking good fun as the bugs find different ways to outsmart the local bully. Each book has a list of eco-facts about frogs, bugs and other critters that live in a swamp ecosystem. Study Area: Science and Ecology.

Grandma’s Magic Scissors by Linda S. Day (ISBN 1-890905-68-2) is a crafty way to learn about the art of paper cutting. Imagine taking a single piece of paper, folding it just so and then cutting it into multiple dragons or children or ... This book also contains stories to go along with paper cuttings. By following the directions you can help young children improve their manual dexterity and older children to increase their creativity. Winner of two awards. Study Area: Art, Language Arts and Math.

If you are studying WWII then you should read Under Wraps: one solider’s hidden diary of WWII (ISBN 1-890905-52-6) about the life of an ordinary solider on a small island in the Pacific.

Education is your number one goal and we at Day to Day Enterprises believe that reading is the key that unlocks imagination, fantasy, mystery and the world. To check out more of our great books come and visit us at and watch as our new Resources for Teachers area grows monthly.

Coupon for a Free Teacher Lesson Plan with the purchase of any of our books.
To redeem this coupon please e-mail us at: and put the code( D2Dthelink) in the message area. Then tell us which book you purchased and where, and we will send you the appropriate lesson plan as our thanks.



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