For our superhero fans...

How to be a Superhero will soon be released in a paperback version on Amazon.
Look for it in the coming days!!!

Coming soon: The Magical Dragon's Three Gifts

Add one kind deed, a sprinkle of magical dragon, three dashes of surprising gifts, a smidgen of wicked innkeeper; mix well and you'll get a mouthwatering, adventurous bowl of Bear Cub's story time recipe.

Scoop up a spoonful of this delicious book and enjoy.

Follow Bear Cub's tale as he shows just how far a good heart goes.

How to be a Superhero.....Released Today!

The sequel to How to be a Super Villain, is released on Amazon and Barnes and Noble (online) today. Get it for your Kindle and Nook.

Every kid dreams of being a superhero, and they should, because being a superhero is awesome, right? But how do you be one? Join Superior Guy, the world's greatest hero*, as he teaches you the way of the superhero!

*not really the world's greatest hero


Everyone knows that if you have a Super Villain, you'll need to have a Superhero. Here's a sneak peek of what I'm working on for the fall. Let me introduce to you How to be a Superhero!

Fun to be Bad

I really enjoyed writing this book. Manga style has always been a favorite of mine. The super villain always seems to have more FUN than the superhero. Hope you'll enjoy it too.

Our first review!

5 out of 5 stars Great pictures and a really cute story, May 30, 2011
Tux (Australia)
  This review is from: How To Be A Super Villain (A Children Picture Book) (Kindle Edition) I loved this picture book! The illustrations were great and the humorous storyline of the "megamind"-like super villain was (shall I say it??) AWESOME! My little girl laughed out loud as we read it together.

Thank you for the SUPER review. I'm so glad your daughter enjoyed it!

Featured on jr. edition

Book report from Dee and her children Zack, age 6, and Missy, age 2: The Five Mouse Brothers is by the obviously gifted 14 year old, Rachel Yu. We really enjoyed the fact that this was a “longer” children’s story. The story is unique, although may be a bit on the dark side for some younger readers, as the entire premise is about how one of the mouse brothers is falsely accused of theft and sentenced to different forms of death by his fellow mice.
Zack, on the other hand, loved the fact that the Mouse Brothers used their superpowers to rescue each other, and it led to a good discussion for us about family, and how family should stick together and care and defend each other if the need were ever to arise.
We also loved that the meanings to the Mice’s names were given at the end of the story, it was amazing to Zack that the Mice did not just have random names, but that they actually made sense based on the colors they wore. The cultural insight was great. I can see some kiddos wanting to memorize the Cantonese colors just to say they know them… and they would, in fact, be pretty easy for a four or five year old to memorize. :)
One teeny tiny nitpick… there is a misspelling of the word “sugar” (suger) on the glossary page… minor, minor, minor… but its just one of those little things that bothers me, if I’m able to find typos in a printed work.
The illustrations are great! They are wonderful in retelling the story visually, and there is no adjustment of the contrast needed here at all. Even Missy kept interested in the story (rare for her, with a story this long!) just by making sure she could examine each picture in detail.
I would recommend this book for ages 4 and up, simply due to the darker subject matter.


Here’s the final cover for “How To Be A Super Villain”.   

Every kid dreams of being a superhero, but according to the "Supreme Master of Awesomeness", it’s the super villain that rocks.  

This fun, witty, humorous story will point you in the right, or you can say, BAD, direction.  For all you hopeful apprentices, this entertaining guide will guarantee loads of fun and laughter.

How To Be A Super Villain

Here's a sneak peak of my next book, which should be released in May!

Number 1 Ranked!

Wow, our Dragon’s Alphabet Soup book reached #1 last night on Apple’s iBookstore! Thank you all so much for purchasing it. Enjoy! 

The Five Mouse Brothers- recently released!

The highly anticipated, The Five Mouse Brothers, by Rachel Yu, is officially released today!  This ebook is available at ($.99), ($.99), and in iBookstore.

The Enhanced Version, with a Read-Aloud Audio Option; is only available on iPad ($1.99).

Check it out!!!

Five mouse brothers live happily in Bok Tong Goh Village.  But then…

One brother, falsely accused of thievery, must face the “Wheel of Doom.”  What will they do to rescue him from his fate?  Fortunately, an ingenious plan with the help of their family secret may just save the day.  Join the mouse brothers on this fun and entertaining adventure, adapted from a classic Chinese folktale.

Dragon's Alphabet Soup

Learn ABC with Eric the Dragon.
Newly released Enhanced Version, with a Read-Aloud Audio Option (Feb. 2011); available on iPad for just $1.99.

Favorite Customer Reviews:

Posted December 27, 2010, 9:55 PM EST: My son loves dragons & dinosaurs. This book was perfect for him to learn his A, B, C's. He reads the letters and I read the word. I just wish I had the Nook Color to see the illustrations better.

Posted January 5, 2011, 9:58 AM EST: I got this for my 16 month old son to use on my white pandigital novel and it's a very very cute alphabet book. I'm impressed by the color graphics for this self-published ebook and my favorite page is K for Kiwi. This little dragon really likes his veg---defintely recommend for a color reader since it's the pictures that really make the book.