Children’s Books

Clifton Chase and the Arrow of Light, by Jaimie EngleCliftonCoverFull

Illustrations by Debbie Waldorf Johnson

Debbie illustrated the cover and the illustration for the start of each chapter. More information on the book can be found at

Book cover at right.

Lilly Vanilly’s Tea Party

Lilly receives a tea set from her grandmother for her birthday. Oh, what fun to pretend to have tea parties like Grandma! But wait, wouldn’t it be more fun to have a real tea party with friends? Lilly encounters a major setback when no one shows up for the party!

32 pages. Written and illustrated by
Debbie Waldorf Johnson.

10% of the profits from the sale of this book will go to support Promise In Brevard.

“A place where people with diverse abilities can have a fun-filled life, with opportunities and freedom never thought possible; a world class ideal that provides a safe home where caring neighbors can grow and share the meaning of community.”

To learn more about Promise In Brevard click here:

$12.00 US
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What Others Are Saying…

♥  “Lilly Vanilly stars in this sweet story of tea parties and playful fun, where friendship and clear thinking problem solving overcome disappointment and mistakes. Lilly’s ageless character is sure to inspire other little grandchildren, young tea party hostesses and creative children. This delightful tale is the perfect setting for Debbie’s lovely watercolors. I am sure that Debbie’s artistic talent will bring more adventures of Lilly, along with her friends and stuffed animals, to life.

Jo Mrvichin, Early Childhood Director
The Acorn – A School for Young Children
San Antonio, TX 78209

♥  “With her delightful illustrations and sweet story, Ms. Johnson reminds girls and grannies just how much fun a tea party can be.

Susanne M. Corker, Author of Rock and Roll Recipes


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  1. Pingback: #490 – Clifton Chase and the Arrow of Light by Jaimie M. Engle & Debbie Waldorf Johnson | Kid Lit Reviews

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