Below you will find the some of the children's storybooks that Heather Reilly has written and illustrated. All of her stories are geared toward educating the young, and most offer helpful tips and exciting activities at the back of the book that parents and teachers can do together with the children in their lives.
This fun and whimsical look at the alphabet is presented with text that draws young readers' attention to both upper case and lower case letters used in each poetic sentence.
For parents, caregivers, and teachers, it also offers strategies to help emergent readers recognize and become familiar with the letters that bind our language together.
Have you ever wondered why tree branches grow up toward the sun? Maybe this is how it all started.
This imaginative fairy tale evokes wonder in young readers and is paired with colourful fanciful images. At the back of the book, adults will find facts and activities related to growing your own bean plant at home or in the classroom with your children.
Have you ever wondered what happens at your house when you are asleep in your bed or away at school?
Tock-Tick-Tock, The Mouse and the Clock, is a fun rhyming and counting story of what you might find each hour if you were there to see for yourself.
This book features a clock on each page that shows every hour on the hour. Each clock has a different colour for the minute and hour hands for easy identification.
It's a cold and stormy night in Newfoundland, when the power lines go down leaving the leaving the town in darkness one Christmas eve. Without any lights to guide his way, how will Santa find the houses to deliver gifts to all the girls and boys? Find out in this musically inspired book brought to you from the album "D aNd A Christmas Vault Two".
The lyrics of the story were written by Tom Christopher, and the Music found on the album was composed by David J. Fitzpatrick. Heather Reilly did the illustrations for this wonderful winter tale.
A father tells his son what he discovered one special night in Newfoundland back in the 1960s, when he stayed awake on Christmas eve to learn the truth about Santa Claus.
This story is another classic by Tom Christopher, and is Illustrated by Heather Reilly in watercolour paint and ink.
Have you ever had one of those days when it seems like there’s nothing to do?
Join Melody on this musical make-believe mad scientist’s adventure as a simple mistake becomes an amazing experiment!
This story features Melody’s experiment at the back of the book that you can try with your kids at home or at school!
Listen to the song Melody’s Marvelous Mixture on Youtube!