In this colorful read-aloud picture book, Roxy is a lovable three-legged dog nervous about starting school and wearing her new prosthesis. Clementine the pig befriends her, but “Tully the Bully” steals Roxy’s bone and makes fun of her leg. The other animals hear what he says and join Roxy in telling Tully his words are hurtful. Tully realizes he is wrong, apologizes, and learns that words matter. Roxy’s new adventure teaches us that words are powerful and that it is never okay to speak badly to others. The reader learns that what you say and how you say it can have a very strong impact.
While Sarah and her mother are preparing for Christmas, Sarah makes a list of five wishes she has for Santa. She asks her mother when it’s time to tell Santa her five wishes, but each time she’s ready, Santa is nowhere to be found! Her mother assures her that Santa is coming, likely on Christmas Day. Sarah is patient, does fun activities, and enjoys the days leading up to Christmas. When Christmas Day arrives, Sarah is given the surprise of her life!
Most of the lines which occurred in this story really happened to me. I have put my life experience and my connection with Mother Goddess and myself in this book in a short and understandable, simple way so that you all can understand what Mother Goddess is and how she helps her children. Most of the time, I have seen people or children getting scared of the mother goddess. It’s not always the same at all times. If you consider the almighty as your own mother, she always guides and protects you as her own child. I am telling all this by my own experience. This book is my new creation where I have put my one line of spiritual experience and put it in a story form as fiction so that it’s easy to understand. I would rather tell it’s based on a true story. Teaching and working in a preschool inspired me to write this book.
How BRIGHT is your LIGHT, and how often do you LET IT SHINE?
This inspiring book, written in soothing rhyme, will empower children to always shine bright—regardless of their circumstances. Emphasizing the importance of standing in the truth of who you are, it highlights more than just being proud of who you’re becoming, but the impact you can make in the world, no matter how big or small. In a world where anything is possible, “Always be the Light” is the perfect way help children own their destinies, while creating a ‘ripple effect’ of positivity and golden standards.
Diva Magic is a beautifully illustrated book for girls ages 4-8 that will help to inspire your amazing little girl to improve self-esteem and learn self-awareness. She will be empowered to become more confident in her abilities, while accomplishing her personal goals, even if she is a little bit shy, has self-doubt, or has difficulty making friends in school.
Something magical happens when you open a book. What Do I Do with This? is a playful story that explains the importance of reading. Isaiah receives more than just a gift for his first birthday. With the aid of Isaiah’s family, he learns the purpose of a book and why reading is key to unlocking your imagination.
Sam: The Cat Without A Tail follows the trials of Sam, a young Manx cat with a soft, white puff of a tail. As he discovers that he is indeed different from everyone around him, he learns and helps to teach the importance and beauty of diversity and self-worth.
Come one, come all, to the Kingdom of Montroy, where there lives a very important boy. His name is Alexander, he is the Pillowcase Prince, and he gets into loads of adventures with his very best friend named Cid. Ages 4-up, but little ones like it too!
Follow Gianni around the world and learn with him how unique and different we are. Learn how to make new lovely friends joining him in his worldwide adventures!
What Can I Be? STEM Careers from A to Z is an inspiring and easy-to-read alphabet picture book that teaches our next generation about Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) career