Lady Susan is an epistolary novel by Jane Austen about a beautiful and manipulative widow scheming to arrange wealthy marriages for herself and her daughter. This book is the basis for the film Love & Friendship, written and directed by Whit Stillman, and starring Kate Beckinsale and Chloe Sevigny. This dramatized production is presented by the Online Stage.
This book is different from other children's books, since its aim is to get children to make drawings from the story. After each paragraph, the adult will be able to guide the child into drawing the story. The child is then free to imagine and recreate the story.
Adam Clarke, the renowned commentator, brings us this tome on the foundational principles and precepts of the Word of God. Christian Theology is a magnum opus of a systematic approach to doctrines which are fundamental to the Christian faith.
Danny's mother assures him that snowmen can't talk. In this whimsical adventure, Danny discovers that her assertion is not entirely correct.
Most teachers will admit they are like magpies, always looking for some new and shiny teaching ideas to apply in their classrooms. If you, too, cannot go to a budget shop without buying something you think you could adapt in your classroom; if you are always looking for inspiration, an idea to steal or adapt to engage your students, look no further...this guide is definitely for you.
The animals are back! This delightful series tells the story of what happens when the animals, like many young children, don't want to wash, eat, sleep, behave, share, go to school, take their medicine, or get vaccinated. In this episode, we talk about the importance of sleeping.
New Thought author and philosopher James Allen (1864 - 1912) is best known for his treatises on moral development and the power of thought, the most famous of which is As a Man Thinketh. In 1907 Allen also published a collection of poems, entitled Poems of Peace. Most of the pieces take the form of aphorisms and admonitions, delivered with the author's typical earnestness.
The animals are back! This delightful series tells the story of what happens when the animals, like many young children, don't want to wash, eat, sleep, behave, share, go to school, take their medicine, or get vaccinated. In the second episode, we talk about the importance of eating. Our little listeners will find that their favorite animals don't want to eat: "No, no, no...I don't want to eat!"
Once upon a time, in an extraordinary land, there were two little princesses: Mely and Bela. Their daddy was the very powerful king of the Kingdom of the Blue Strawberries, a fantastic land in which everyone was living in blue strawberries. With Mely and Bela, little listeners will discover the wonderful world of two little princesses who make new friends in every episode and learn together with them about friendship, good manners, good behavior, and common sense through some fun and mysterious adventures.
The biography of the great theologian Adam Clarke. Clarke was a prolific writer of theology and the author of the definitive commentary on the Old and New Testaments of the Holy Bible, inarguably the most comprehensive study of the Scriptures ever produced. Written by Samuel Dunn, a contemporary of Adam Clarke and his protégé, this biography explores Clarke's early life, conversion, education, adulthood as a theologian and his death. Great study of a great man of God.
A missed bus, a buggy wheel falling off, what more could happen to make this child late for school?! A delightful tale of a catastrophic school run, narrated in rhyming couplets. Will he get to school on time?
Little Blue Cow tells the story of a little blue cow who loves everything little and blue. Her car, her house, her cat are all little and blue. As she goes to buy some food at the grocer's, she struggles to find anything little and blue. However, an old lady will kindly try to help her.
This is a children's book about the most famous Christmas character in the world who will teach children about punctuality, as we see Santa himself grow and become Father Christmas.
The story of a child's journey in Kenya from being lost on the streets to being rescued and reunited with his family, with references to substance abuse (glue sniffing) and God's grace and love.
Have you ever wondered what it must be like for your little ones to travel to a very big city and visit it? This new children's book Little Charlie Visits London will not only be another entertaining and fun-learning book for your children (with a very special little character called Charlie, who every child will easily identify with because of the very nature of our little hero!), it will also make them discover the beautiful city of London and offer you, parents, the chance to see Britain's Capital through the eyes of a 3-to 6-year-old!
There are so many things that could have caused this little boy to have a challenging day, yet he discovers the wealth of his friends and the resources around him.
The T-RRIBLE is back in a new, special Christmas adventure. A naughty T-RRIBLE wants to ruin Christmas! He has stolen both Father Christmas' nice list and his naughty list! What is going to happen? Will Oliver and the T-RRIBLE save the day?
This book is different from other children's books, since its aim is to get children to make drawings from the story. After each paragraph, the adult will be able to guide the child into drawing. The child is then free to imagine and recreate the story.
The Mini T-rrible is the story of a very special boy called Oliver Bluemoon. What is very special about Oliver is the fact that he is bilingual. One day a strange little monster, the t-rrible, knocks at his door and asks Oliver to travel to his planet because only he can save his people from a gigantic asteroid that is about to destroy everything. Will Oliver succeed?