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by Marci FairThe third installment of an award-winning children’s series, The Amazing Adventures of Ellie the Elephant: Ellie Goes to School follows the charming plush toy and her best friend, Pudgy the Penguin, as they brave their latest exploratory journey—elementary school. Having recently moved, Ellie is worried about her first day at a new school. But, encouraged by the presence of her trusted penguin sidekick, the little elephant decides to view the next few hours as just another buddy adventure pac... more
by Marci FairAlways on the lookout for a new adventure, Ellie the Elephant can hardly believe her good fortune when she gets to go on her first plane ride and visit her faraway relatives. The only thing that could make this trip better is sharing it with a friend, so Ellie invites Pudgy the Penguin to join her. The newest book in The Amazing Adventures of Ellie the Elephant series, Ellie’s First Plane Ride follows the two plush toys as they navigate the airport, experience flight for the first time, revel... more
by Amba BrownFinding Your Path is a handbook for the transition from school to adulthood. "One of the greatest advantages of this day and age is the range of opportunities at your fingertips. But this also means an overload of information and choice! Not to mention the different pressures from either school or parents. The daunting question: “What will you do next?” can be extremely stressful when you’re wracked with indecision and lacking direction." (Book excerpt - Amba Brown) The chapters of the... more
by Diane RobbinsThis book contains more than 20 art activities using the same pattens. Busy teachers can make one set of patterns to be used for projects from September to January. Book 2 will be published soon with activities for February to May/June.
by Diane RobbinsThis book contains more than 20 art activities using the same patterns. Busy teachers can make one set of patterns to be used for projects from February through May/June.
by Lalitha ChittoorThis book, MAHA SHIVARATRI, the second in the series, Indian Festivals, describes the glory of Lord Shiva and how the festival is celebrated all over India in its myriad forms.
by Lynn CalvinThis is a story of a little girl who tells of the love she experiences through the relationships with her earthly and Heavenly Daddies. She describes her two daddies and the love they show her. She invites you to have a Heavenly Daddy that loves you so much by offering to share her Heavenly Daddy with you. Listen to this happy little girl as she talks to you about her two daddies. Activities are presented at the end of the book for the children to complete.
by Elias Berlinger and Lianna BerlingerThe Little Music Masters Series is a completely new way for children to learn music. Reading Music Book 1: Meet the Notes, invites readers into a world of music with vibrant illustrations, engaging stories, friendly characters, and exciting activities. It teaches while entertaining!
by Lalitha Chitttoor
MAKAR SANKRANTI/PONGAL, first book, in a one-of-a-kind planned series 'Indian Festivals Series'm describes how Makar Sankranti is celebrated in its myriad forms and under different names in India and brings out the fervor and excitement of the 1 billion people celebrating the festival through pictures. It also explains the science behind the festival and provides a small dose of astronomy to the readers..
My 4 year-old daughter loves it.
by Judy MartialayIntroduce children to Spanish and open the door to a fascinating world. Easy to use-whether or not you speak Spanish. Audio included. Pete the Pilot whisks the children away to Mexico. Aboard the plane, readers learn some basic Spanish when they meet Panchito, a Mexican jumping bean, and follow him on his adventures. Back at home, children can practice Spanish with friends and family. Activities include: performing a skit with friends learning about the culture of Mexico singing a catchy piñata ... more
by Hope BarrettThis prequel to Under the Sea finds the rebel Princess enlisting the help of a witch in order to escape her Father's plans for a royal marriage. Cover and watercolours: Katy Leuven
by Tonette Carter
God gave his son's life that we would have an abundant life and not perish for all eternity. God created the heavens and the earth and all that there is. It tells how God made the world in six days and then made man in his own image. Written so plainly and so simple that even an infant can understand it. Then page twenty one challenges the mature mind in revealing the bodys' consistency of 39 elements from the dust of the ground of which God used to make man.&... more
by Melvin WinfreyThis book is my translation of the Bible's prophecy as well as how it ties into today's events. It breaks down a couple of books within the Bible. It talks more about the 144 thousand. It gives the reader a clearer picture of who the 144 thousand are and it explains where they come from. This book is an attempt to help people to become more comfortable in reading the bible. You can read this book and follow along with your Bible. Follow along, read, and prepare for what's coming in the future.
by Gisela HausmannIt is the first book that teaches teenagers and college students how to write effective emails with personal appeal. The author is an email evangelist and coach. Her work has been featured in the SUCCESS magazine.
by Hayley RoseToday I Feel Emotion - Color Me is a coloring book based on the award-winning picture book, Today I Feel Emotion. Today I Feel Emotion is an interactive lesson book geared towards helping children identify and express their feelings and emotions with words. Direct and to the point, each page simply shows Louis expressing an emotion or feeling and then asks the reader to relay that emotion or feeling back, invoking a discussion.
by Hayley RoseThe Do’s and Don’ts is a whimsical lesson book aimed at teaching young readers the difference between good and bad behavior/etiquette. In the book Zack and Chloe go from being manner monsters to well-behaved children as they provide samples of typical scenarios that not only young children encounter but can relate to. For example, Zack becomes a Manner Monster when he loses a game, kicking and pouting like a poor sport. In contrast, good behavior is then modeled depicting Zack congratulating the... more