Terre Britton is the owner of Terrabyte Graphics and is embracing her third decade in the design industry as an illustrator, graphic designer, writer, and fine artist. She holds a degree in History in Art with a minor in English and has written art reviews for Regional News and Victoria News, Victoria BC. Britton has won Best of Show at Artel Gallery, Pensacola, FL, where she also held a solo painting exhibition, and her work, Gala One, was added to the prestigious Cinco Banderas Permanent Collection.
Britton, with her husband Daniel Ward, is also co-author of the sci-fi series The Four Orders of Inherent Freedom. The first book, Energetics: The First Order, should be back on shelves in 2019.
Jammie Cats™Count! The Magical Forest is Britton’s first children’s book and is now available on Amazon.
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Jammie Cats™ Count!: The Magical Forest
Parents and educators, engage and entertain your preschoolers by exploring the concepts of counting and using numbers as symbols through this fun, rhyming picture book. Follow the imaginative and lovable Jammie Cats, Snoozy and Wink, as they boldly run into a full-color magical forest and encounter kooky animals that help them count from 1 to 10. Be sure to visit their site for free downloads: coloring pages, games, masks, and more. JammieCats.com
Jammie Cats sample
Jammie Cats™ Introduce Alphabet Fruit: A Coloring Book
Join Jammie Cats™ Snoozy and Wink as they introduce your child to the alphabet and a whole lot of fruit-filled coloring fun!
Alphabet Fruit sample
Illustrator: Terre Britton. Author: Rochelle Forrest Hankins
Shelly and the Bee
Unpack Your Gifts!
Shelly is sending you a call to unpack your gifts. You are packed perfectly for your journey, and we are created to serve in teams and communities. We are one family.
Join Shelly and her new friend Benny the Bee to learn how easy it is to overlook help from others, how important it is to see and understand our differences from one another, and how simple it is to accept help, and maybe solve a problem along the way.
Shelly and the Pollywog
It’s an Adventure! When Shelly makes a new friend at the pond, she isn’t sure what to make of him. How can you be friends with someone who keeps changing so much? And how does he do it? Happily, Shelly has good friends who help her learn a very important lesson. Looks don’t matter! "Shelly and the Pollywog" continues the adventures of "Shelly the Lightning Bug". Shelly visits with her friends from "Shelly and the Circle of Light" and they help her learn the importance of character over looks, and how to value what is inside. This engaging story opens an opportunity for dialog on a critical issue while offering lovable and relatable characters.
Shelly Shines Activity Book
It’s an Adventure! The Shelly Shines Activity Book takes children through a learning adventure. Each lesson teaches important concepts that help children grow in the areas of sharing and caring. The workbook lays out lessons, activities, and even has space for children to reflect on what they’ve learned and how positive it makes them feel. Learning can be fun!
Shelly Shines Activity Book Teacher’s Guide
Welcome to your illustrated resource for guiding your children and youth summer-camp groups, classrooms, or church groups through the activities found in the Shelly Shines Activity Book. The Shelly Concept goes beyond the children’s story. She endeavors to teach each child and, by extension, the adults involved to think beyond themselves and to see the world as a place of joy, service, and abundance. This guide was written to help you define how to engage with your students, how to choose topics of discussion, and how to encourage them to internalize the lessons learned as well as share the fruits of their experiences.
Illustrator: Terre Britton. Author: George Ricketts Hagan
Short Stories With Appealing Human Passions
Cover Illustrator: Terre Britton. Author: Thomas Rowe Drinkard
Where There Were No Innocents
Mack Brinson is a Green Beret Captain in Vietnam at the height of the war, 1967. He’s been selected to serve on the staff of MACV-SOG, the premier covert operations unit in Southeast Asia. He is a lonely man, and his wife’s lawyer serves him with a divorce notice. His assignments so far, have proven less than exhilarating and he has just been handed one more mundane chore.
The conclusion of his tedious task is anything but boring. He fights for his life in a Viet Cong attack on a bloody runway.
His loneliness soon comes to an end. Brinson meets a stunning Eurasian woman, Song. He finds love in an unexpected place.
After Brinson’s first combat experience, his command begins sending him on Top Secret missions. He works with a SOG Recon Team on a wiretap mission along the Ho Chi Minh Trail in Laos. He earns the nickname Blade when he escapes from a lethal situation by using his fighting knife.
As a result of his expertise in clandestine surveillance, Brinson is a marked man. The North Vietnamese and Viet Cong put out orders to kill him. Song also becomes a target. He has to find a way to protect her while still carrying out his duties.
Mack’s war includes fighting in the streets of Saigon during the infamous Tet offensive. He and a buddy organize a rescue attempt for a wounded fellow soldier. Will they get there soon enough to save him?
Where There Were No Innocents is a true-to-life story of the Vietnam War written by a former Green Beret, who served with MACV-SOG.
Malacca Longwood is a New York City Detective. He catches an especially vicious serial killer, Halyard Moonleigh, who escapes from prison and disappears.
Three years later, the killer reappears in Malacca's home town, a place the detective left, physically and emotionally, years before. Now, he must go back and confront old animosities so that he can finally find and destroy Moonleigh.