As the veil of denial is slowly lifted, author Michele Gianetti faces up to the fact that something is terribly wrong with her beautiful baby Elizabeth. She never once asks God why; rather she trusts in Him to show her the way and give her the strength to fight for little Elizabeth in every way possible. Join her in I Believe In You as she travels a road unfamiliar to most parents, into Elizabeth's world, the world of dyspraxia and sensory processing disorder, and meet the wonderful group of individuals, both therapists and friends, who help her on her journey.
Meet Sailor the Farm Dog, a little dog with a big heart who lives on a farm. She loves adventure, just like you! Three friends, Sailor, Biscuit, and Cherokee, and their best friend, a girl named Liddy, are always on some kind of adventure. When Biscuit steals a fish from Liddy's line, the friends must chase after her to teach her a lesson. Enjoy the journey as Biscuit learns why taking things from others is wrong and the importance of friendship when we mess up. You'll love The Adventures of Sailor the Farm Dog!
At night, Clyde goes to sleep and dreams about a family who will take him home to be their puppy forever. He wakes up each morning hoping this is the day he gets a home, a family, his own toys, and his own fluffy bed! Where, oh where, is there a family for Clyde?
As you listen, you will hear that children who attend a Montessori school share the tradition of an educational philosophy and methodology that is more than a century old, founded by Dr. Maria Montessori. I Am a Montessori Kid will encourage younger Montessori students to share with their family and friends some of the materials and experiences they may encounter each day.
The lights are out. The music's low. The sun is down. The moon's aglow.Night, night, baby.We laughed and played. We ran and smiled. And now it's time to rest a while.Night, night, baby.Sing your child to sleep with these precious poems in Bedtime Love Stories, the third book of Randall's Rhymes and Toddler Treats.
Children are precious, lovable, and sweet most of all. They're fun to watch playing with toys or a ball. They laugh and make faces, so funny and cute. They make funny noises, like snorts or a toot. Learn all about what makes children so adorable in this first audiobook in the Randall's Rhymes and Toddler Treats series.
Have you ever wished for anything? What if you could have everything you ever wanted? In All I Want, a little girl wishes for a different name and a pretty lunch box and new shoes. With the help of her mom and a little green book she will discover that she actually does have all she wants.
A is for Animals, Alligators, and Ants you will find. B is for Bees, Butterflies, and Birds of all kinds. C is for Cats and Canaries and all Creeping things. D is for Dinosaurs, Dragons, and Dogs jumping through rings. Animals of all kinds get their chance to shine as their letters come up in the alphabet. Learn The Animal ABCs in this adorable second book of Randall's Rhymes and Toddler Treats.
Just as the Alaska spawning salmon swim upstream, so did this single woman swim against the current of a society that expected her to fit the mold of wife and mother. When this rite of passage eluded Anna Bortel, she did not bemoan her singlehood. Instead, in 1954, this young school teacher drove up the Alaska-Canada Highway from Ohio to Valdez, where snow was measured in feet and an Easter Egg hunt unheard of. Her curiosity wasn't quelled. She pushed farther north to an Athabascan village along the Yukon River. Drafty Quonset huts with freezing oil lines at 50 below zero added to her teaching rigors. Discouraged? Yes. Daunted? No.
Agnes, a Fairy Godmother, has lost her passion for her work and hasn't successfully granted a wish for over two years. Her clumsy attempts to grant wishes never work out as she hopes - she appears in the wrong places, uses old magical routines that she hasn't changed in years, and smoke and soot sputters out of the tip of her wand. But the joy and caring in Agnes are reawakened through the wish and love of a little girl. Giving one of the grandest performances of all time, Agnes grants the wish and joins the very best Fairy Godmothers in the sky as an everlasting star.
If you have a passion for the martial arts that you would like to share with a little one, or simply want to introduce this fun activity to a preschooler, I Can Learn Karate is for you. I Can Learn Karate will ignite a youngster's interest through cute, simple rhymes. You can even learn a few additional, simple moves at home.
Genesis and Exodus have many important lessons to teach us. Learn about how God loved people in the Bible, how he loves you, and how you can serve him! Genesis and Exodus: In My Own Words brings the Bible to life!
Filled with empowering stories, Hello, Success!, speaks about how to turn your world into what it to be. Motivating and inspirational with a formula for success, Cherie shares her story throughout the book. This is a must-listen for every woman who is ready to take their professional life to the next level. Stop standing in the silence and prepare to say, "Hello, Success!" Make your presence known in your career!
More than anything, Ben wants to lose his first tooth. What Ben doesn't know is that he is about to go on the adventure of his life. Travel with him as he journeys to the land of the tooth fairy where he meets interesting characters, including the tooth fairy herself. Listen and find out what really happens with his missing tooth in the land of the tooth fairy.
Have your children ever asked what bunnies have to do with Jesus’s resurrection? Why do we celebrate Easter with jellybeans and Easter egg hunts? While our culture seems to have lost sight of the reason for the season, you can keep your family’s focus on Jesus during the Easter season with the fifteen devotions included in Easter Is About Jesus: Family Devotions for the Easter Season.
Based on an inspiring true story, Jade Miller brings to life an unsung hero from the Revolutionary War. When British troops landed in Connecticut and threatened American homes and soldiers, someone had to ride out and warn the militia. A girl named Sybil Ludington, only sixteen years old, took up the charge and rode out to spread the word. The result was a forty-mile ride through the dangerous wilderness, a ride far longer and more treacherous than the one taken by the famous Paul Revere.
In the sixth novel in the Kentucky Summers series by Tim Callahan, the action takes place in the winter of 1961 through 1962. The Wolf Pack is excited to finally see where the tunnel and walkway behind the waterfall leads. It’s more than they ever dreamed of when they find a locked treasure chest, leading them all to wonder what’s inside. All your favorite characters are back in this fun winter adventure along with some you don’t expect, such as Timmy’s new friend and Coty’s new nemesis - the crow. How does the Tattoo Man figure in it all? And who were the skeletons?
Hannah the Hedgehog Goes to Heaven and Lily Loses Her Best Friend is a children's book to help little ones deal with the grief that comes from losing a family pet. Hannah the Hedgehog is Lily's best friend. But Hannah hasn't been feeling well lately. Lily has to accept that it may be time for Hannah to die, but she's grateful for the time she got to spend with Hannah. Hannah was sad to leave her friend, but looking down from heaven, she knows Lily will be okay too!
Santa, after witnessing the birth of Jesus and seeing the joy the wise men exhibited from giving their gifts, decides to carry on this wonderful "giving" tradition. This Santa gives, not because the children have been good, but because of the joy he receives from giving. He encourages the children to donate just one of their toys, or make a Christmas card for a lonely or needy person, so the children can also experience this wonderful "Joy of Giving".
Every child knows that monsters can be trouble, especially at night. They hide in all kinds of places, like a closet, under a bed, even a sock drawer! Monsters also come in all shapes, sizes, and colors. Some are hairy or slimy. Some even have spikes or long tails. However, not many kids realize that monsters do not know Tae Kwon Do. In fact, a child trained in Tae Kwon Do might even scare a monster! In this confidence-boosting story, you'll learn the secret to keeping monsters out of your room!