Fitting in at school can be tough, especially on the first day. Little Randy Willie Bumble Bee knows all about that. He tries to fit in by acting out like a bully. But in the process he finds out that the only way for him to fit in and be happy is to just "bee" himself.
Do worms yawn? Have you ever seen one yawn? Don't be dismayed; every parent is challenged by a young child's questions as they grow and learn. What better way to excite a child's imagination than to start the exploration process with some fun questions along the way? This book is a stepping-stone for parents to encourage their children to continue their own explorations with silly, serious, and imaginative questions of their own.
Ferdinand Magellan, a boy, a possum, and the Age of Exploration! Follow a curious possum named Opie as he sets sail with Magellan and the boy as they circumnavigate the globe, looking for the path of El Paso and the Spice Islands. Learn how Opie tries to become the first possum to discover the Strait of Magellan and sail across the uncharted South Sea to the Moluccas.
Ancient Rome, Spartacus, a boy, and a possum! Follow a curious little possum named Opie as he follows the boy as he was taken to work as a slave on his long journey through Capua and Rome in the days of the Senate and the gladiator battles fought in the arena.
Follow a curious little possum named Opie as he witnesses a young shepherd boy who was as gentle as a lamb but had the heart of a lion; he loved to play his harp and sing psalms of praise to God. Witness how David protected his flock; defeated the mighty giant, Goliath; and became the new king of Israel chosen by God in A Possum's Bible Story: King David and the Book of Psalms.
The Ladybug That Stole the Fairy Dust is an adorable story about a greedy little ladybug that has it all figured out. She steals the fairy dust, and instead of living happily ever after the ladybug learns about asking for forgiveness and grows a caring, giving heart.
What would drive a third-grade student to commit such an act that the majority of the student body and faculty would follow her lead? The school year is overshadowed when a beloved teacher is diagnosed with an incurable and irreversible disease. Nevertheless, one student's small but powerful gesture ignites a chain reaction throughout her entire school. The bond between teacher and student is defined as one of the most influential bonds life has to offer.
Parents: Where Do I Belong will lovingly remind your little ones there truly is no better place to be than beside you, the best place of all!
Sierra is about to give up when she turns around, and there in the far dark corner of the secondhand store is a bright-pink umbrella. It has been raining for several days, and Sierra has not been able to go outside. She does not have an umbrella, and she is looking for a very special bright-pink one to have for her very own. Sharon Krager reveals to you how Sierra and her mother go about finding the right umbrella.
Firefighters don't do silly chores; they just have fun all day long. Colin Ryan is an adventurous young boy with a love of firefighters! He thinks everything they do is exciting. A trip to the local fire station teaches Colin exactly how special firefighters' jobs really are.
Words and ideas from the heart to share at bedtime or anytime love is absolutely true and unconditional and too big to measure.
Christmas for the Poor Little Kitty is a great book for a didactic method in the church, a school setting, a classroom, or therapy. The goal of this book is to instruct a child through play and using creatures that the child can relate to, like, or readily identify with.
Most people look up to the stars and wish for things every night. Yet when we whisper our wishes, we don't think any more about the process of them coming true. In Wishes, Cale, an inquisitive five-year-old, questions wishes and how they are made in the stars. Cleverly answering all his questions, his mama is telling him the story of adopting him and the power of believing.
This wholesome, humorous tale of sweet Princess Dewdrop and the antics of her mischievous brothers will draw your little one into an exciting world where a five-year-old learns some of life's lessons of sharing and forgiveness. Aunt Beatrice visits to make Christmas ornaments with Dewdrop and her brothers - John, James, and Joseph. Dewdrop touched her clay, and it felt cool and smooth. "How will this become an ornament?" she asked. Now the fun and antics begin!
Hey, you! When you're walking around, keep your eyes on the ground and watch where you step with great care. Oh no! You just stepped on some gum! What are you going to do now? You better listen to this book and find out....
Have you ever made a wish? Well, imagine meeting a very special creature who tells you that he can help you get that wish. That is exactly what happens to a young girl named Sarah in Sarah's Special Wish. Beneath the arms of a willow tree on a beautiful summer day, Sarah makes a wish. The journey begins as Sarah meets her new friend, Cigam, and they both discover just how important it is not to give up on a hope or a dream.
When Scout isn't playing with her stuffed animals, she enjoys being a volunteer at the hospital, where she helps deliver flowers and gifts to the patients. But she's also very lonely and wants a friend. Scout's mama thinks that having a pet would be beneficial to her and be a solution to the problem. What kind of pet will Scout settle for at the pet store? Will having a pet solve the problem of Scout's loneliness? Find out in Scout Hatches a Plan.
The redheaded woodpecker flew away, up, up, high in the tree. That is just when Jo bumped into the bee! Join Jo as she thinks about what she can do with her bright-green chair in Jo and Her Bright-Green Chair.
Little Folks Book of Rhythms is written to spark children's imaginations and creativity, to transport them to another place in time. Chester likes to make people happy, and the flowers like to imagine they can see. Let your children's imaginations run free, and see where it takes them.
"My handprints are special because they identify me. No one else has my handprints because no one else is me!" Your child, just like his or her handprint, is individual and unique. My Handprints is about being who you are and capturing the individuality of each child. Enjoy making memories with My Handprints.