In pastures lush and deep rests a little sheep. Content and snug is he in his sleep, under his watchful shepherd's keep. In the night sky shines a bright star; it bids shepherd and lamb go far to see the promised King, whose praises they will sing. Join Little Lamb and Good Shepherd as they follow the star to the Christ Child in Bethlehem.
"Fun, unique version of that famous story!"
Don't Chat About That! addresses the important issue of the dangers of chat rooms for children, offering simple rules kids can follow to help keep them safe. Dr. Crozrock tackles this serious topic in a fun-filled way that kids will love!
Remember the Alamo! Liberty or death! Do you know the history of the Alamo and Davy Crockett? In A Possum's Remember the Alamo and the Legend of Davy Crockett by Jamey M. Long, you will learn about the fight for freedom against Santa Anna at the battle of the Alamo. Join Opie the possum and the boy as they fight alongside the legendary Davy Crockett and his heroic band of Texas fighters and help Texas gain its independence from Mexico.
Hooray!' Christa shouted as she climbed into her family's minivan. As they turned the corner, it began to sprinkle rain. 'I love the smell just after it rains. I bet heaven smells just like that!' Momma said. Children will love riding along with Christa and her mom as they explore their new neighborhood and find beauty in all of God's creation. In Treasures from Heaven, they will encounter all sorts of heavenly treats. Can you guess what heaven is like?
In the beginning, God was there. He created the heavens and earth. His Spirit was over the waters, as He watched His plans give birth.... It has never been so easy and enjoyable to teach your children the story of creation. In the Beginning offers a rhythmic, day-by-day account of God's handiwork that children will enjoy reading and memorizing. This charming poem is an ideal way for Christian parents and schools to show children the power of God's love and the wonders of His creation.
Find out how Katie and her friends get along with the usage of transportation tools. Even though Katie and her friends use special tools, they still dream like you and I. Sometimes it's about getting creative with what you do have! Come along and be inspired to follow your dreams.
Young Ava is visiting her sister in the hospital and can't figure out just what a PICU is. Is it a place to pick strawberries? Color pretty pictures? Take a picture with Santa? Find out along with Ava what a PICU is and what happens there.
In Looking Through the Water, it is the summer of 1973 in Tipton, Missouri. Cassie Marvin is a very precocious, imaginative seven-year-old whose whole world consists of a few blocks surrounding downtown Tipton. Cassie's home life lacks in so many areas. A relationship with her mother is almost nonexistent. The emotional needs of one, the lack of emotions in the other will take you on a journey through childhood fun times and situations that make Cassie mature before her time.
When Doctor Altman taught his 12-year-old daughter Mary about medicine, Abraham Lincoln, and freedom, he never imagined all three would soon be illegal, but living in Nazi Germany brought many unexpected changes to their lives. Doctor Altman is being forced to comply with the wishes of Hitler's closest officers, the Black Coats, and Mary soon discovers she must keep her opinions of freedom secret or she'll put her family's lives in danger.
"Narrator or Book? I can't tell which is worse"
When Otto's friends are in danger, will he find the courage to save them? Li'l Otto has found his way to Calico Grotto, a stunning, unspoiled habitat that seems perfect for the little octopus. As he learns to adapt to his colorful new surroundings, he quickly makes friends and begins to feel at home. When a natural disaster and outside predators threaten the creatures in the Grotto, their bonds of friendship are tested and strengthened. Otto's loyalty and quick thinking may be all that can save them.
The luck of the Irish.... Can this saying be true? Do leprechauns, elves, and gnomes really exist? Explore the magical world of wonderment as Tasher ponders these questions while trying to learn about her unique left ear. My Lucky Irish Ear is the third children's book of a series of Gram's Tales by Sara Odom.
While traveling to another village, Eli is caught in a strong and terrifying storm. Disoriented and afraid, Eli begins to pray for God's help. When there's no answer, Eli pushes aside his anger and remembers the wisdom learned from his mother, that God always answers our prayers but in ways not always anticipated and at times not always expected. Eli the Elephant is an encouraging book for both children and parents about prayer and the patience we need while awaiting God's faithful response.
In the City of Gold, it has been told a wondrous sign appeared. A copycat chick was near. The evil red dragon tries to catch the copycat chick as she runs to copy the Bright and Morning Star. This whimsical rhyming book gives children a depiction of what following the Bright and Morning Star really means. Discover the importance of faith in The Dragon and the Woman, a part of the Copycat Chick and Guy Series.
Toady gets a bike for his birthday, and he's so excited that he spends the whole day riding it—and not letting anyone else have a turn. When his friends and family decide to leave, Toady realizes something is wrong. But can he change his actions and save the party? Find out what happens when Toady Gets a Bike.
When you are a princess, you have to behave like a princess should. So when Penelope—a carefree young princess with a mind of her own—arrives at the royal luncheon dressed in only her underwear, all are given quite a shock!But Penelope is undaunted by their reaction and quickly turns her clothing fiasco into a positive experience, teaching the entire kingdom that it's all right to be different.
Does it matter how big or small you are when someone needs help? Betty Butterfly is enjoying flying when she spots a tiny ant stranded on a leaf in the water. Betty thinks she's too small to save him, but when the ant convinces her to try, she discovers that even the tiniest creatures can do big things. Find out what this small butterfly achieves in Betty Butterfly to the Rescue.
Morning Moon shares the experience of a child who discovers that the moon has a place in the sky during daylight hours as well as at night. This lyrical poem is sure to delight parents and children alike.
In the beginning, God created the heavens, the earth, and a curious little possum named Opie. In Jamey M. Long's new book, A Possum's Bible Story: Noah's Ark, children will learn the story of Noah. Join Opie as he watches Noah build the great ark, just as God commanded, and helps Noah with his important task—keeping the animals safe and cared for during the 40 days of rain.
Rubber ducks don't grow up, and they don't forget friends. But little girls do grow up, and Patricia soon finds herself alone now that her best friend, Laurie, is too old for rubber ducks. What will she do now? Follow Patricia around town on her search for a new best friend. She soon learns that true best friends always find their way back to each other even though Rubber Ducks Don't Grow Up.
Princess Amari is spoiled rotten. Everything in the castle has to be pink or else she'll stomp her feet and bellow horribly. But when one bold maiden dares to defy the royal decree, it begins a series of events that teach the princess a valuable lesson. Will she choose to remain selfish, or will she discover that the true Heart of a Princess is one of love, generosity, and patience?