Now that the gift-receiving taboos are out in the open, you can do something about changing attitudes and behaviors.
by Katie Smith Milway and illustrated by Sylvie Daigneault
Enjoy this inspiring story--based on a true story--of one struggling farming family in Honduras and their journey to growing enough food to meet their needs. Through eleven-year-old Maria and her family, our children learn ways to be part of the movement to grow "good gardens" and foster food security.
Little by little, the farms -- and the hopes -- of Maria and her neighbors are transformed as good gardens begin to grow. How will a Good Garden influence your home?!!
Transform blank paper into a hilarious story with this thumb art. Klutz' books are an entertainment itself, so the kids get into without parents having to cajole. Get the kids started and keep supervision to a minimum so that kids can let their creativity…smudge, thumb stomp, print, and roll! Comes with everything you need, including make-me-laugh instructions. Finger-looking good…in blue, red, green, and purple.
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P.S. We love these Christmas thumbprints which are unfortunately out of print. You can still click here and then browse through the book (click "search inside this book" under the product photo) to get some cute ideas for decorating seasonal cards.
by Anna Redsand
Viktor Frankl has a message for today’s teens: their life has meaning! They know he’s credible when they learn about his survival of Nazi concentration camps and his choice to say “Yes” to life in spite of everything.
This compelling biography, written for adolescents, traces Viktor Frankl’s life, the rise of the Nazi power, life and survival in the concentration camps, and logotherapy—Frankl’s belief that man’s deepest need is his search for purpose and meaning.
Frankl’s beliefs of salvation through love and personal responsibility, and his opposition to revenge bring a welcome message of hope to our questioning youth.
by C.S. Lewis
Discover the magical land of Narnia, a world apart which opens up to selected sons of Adam and daughters of Eve (aka children) are called forth for riveting adventure. We love all seven volumes and have a personal preference for reading them in the order in which they were published (see the numbers).
Excellently narrated, the audio CD's entertain kids and parents (with peace and quiet?) at home or in the car. We have cherished snuggling up to read them all. All seven volumes: The Magician's nephew (6); The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe (1); The Horse and His Boy (5); Prince Caspian (2); The Voyage of the Dawn Treader (3); The Silver Chair (4); and The Last Battle (7).
Chronicles of Narnia 7 volume CD set
Chronicles of Narnia 7 volume Book set
by Jess Brallier. Illustrated by Robert Andrew Parker
We know his name, his hair do, and that he's a genius, but who IS he really? Readers grades 8-11 (my parents enjoyed them too) learn about his trials at school, his German Jewish heritage during the Nazi years, his family challenges, and a kid-friendly rendition of his Nobel Prize winning discoveries. Full of freaky facts like the whereabouts of his brain, that he wasn't a great dad (self-acknowledged), hard work amazingly pays off... Girls and boys love it.
Especially for girls past the cute princess age and approaching terrible teens. It's the place to expose those oh-my-gosh thoughts about growing up (the pages are all jet black) with a sparkle of hope (comes with a dazzling silver gel pen). Inspiring little questions, fun quizzes, drawing and writing ideas make your young diva's self-discovery intimate and fun. Comes with a silver pen, a bound-in page of photo sleeves and zippered vinyl pouch for keeping the pen she dropped when Romeo first smiled at her...and other important mementos.
by Stephen Jenkins and Erika Stalder
In a language teens appreciate, Jenkins and Stalder motivate teens to GO FOR personal development, be a friend (Break an Argument and how to's), enjoy family (!!!!), know your body (Read Food Labels, Know Your Colors...), discover the world, express yourself, contribute to the community ...), and "because you should" (Make & Follow a Budget, Basic Clothes Maintenance...) and more. Inspiring reading for teens AND a handy tool for parents to plan interesting family outings!
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by award-winning D. M. Giangrecco with Kathryn Moore
Try and pass on the magnitude of the D-Day embarkment. Eyewitness D-Day features interviews with more than 50 survivors and presents the harrowing inside story of June 6th, 1944, through the eyes of the courageous men and women who actually witnessed the fighting. Hundreds of contemporary photos, including wartime pictures of the veterans, and a detailed foldout map of the Normandy beaches, create a visually impressive record of the day and a glimpse of the sacrifice which bought our freedom.
by Ellen Sabin, Illustrated by Kerren Barbas
Heroes come in all different shapes, sizes, ages, colors, and places. (Top secret: Mom and Dad could be one too!) The real question isn't "who" is a hero. It's "why" is she one? "What" makes him admirable? Through this engaging activity book, kids think deeply about what they admire in others...and then what qualities they would like others to see in them. A look at people more than skin deep and an easy way to help your children choose friends wisely.
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