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  • THE SNAIL WHO FORGOT THE MAIL

    THE SNAIL WHO FORGOT THE MAIL

    Teach your child patience !!!

    Teach your child patience !!! ** Amazon Prime Members can download this book for FREE!** Free Audio Book (Flip-Book)
  • 1,2,3, Red, Blue, Green

    1,2,3, Red, Blue, Green

    Early learning books, Bedtime Stories for Children, Picture Book

    Grandma brought Ethan and Emma - twins aged four, a gift in a big, big box. What could be in such a big box? Think the Twins. The twins sat in the living room, next to the box, opened it and…… What did the twins find in the box? How do the twins learn to count? How do they learn to recognize the colors? What did the twins do with all the……?
  • Magic Kingdom: Issue #1

    Magic Kingdom: Issue #1

    book for kids, children's magazine, beginner readers, crafts for children, fairy tales

    Welcome to the wonderful world of good and wise tales, where everyone can find a pretty princess and naughty king, dwarves and fire-breathing dragons, all-powerful wizards and brave princes.
  • Hobo Finds A Home

    Hobo Finds A Home

    If a cat can write a book, you can

    In this true story, written by Hobo the cat, a little kitten leaves the farm, has big adventures, makes a new friend and finds a forever home. Full-color illustrations by Susan Gage.
  • Big Boys Sleep in Their Own Bed

    Big Boys Sleep in Their Own Bed

    Ayala Saar- Children's books

    Tommy says he is a big boy. He says he is not a baby anymore! But what happens when he is afraid to sleep on his own?
  • A Note for Mom

    A Note for Mom

    Ayala Saar- Children's books

    In the forest sits a group of adorable baby animals with their school teacher, engaged in a charming conversation about what a mothers’ love truly is.
  • Candy's Chocolate Kingdom

    Candy’s Chocolate Kingdom

    The perfect bedtime story for your kid!

    Meet Candy, the cute girl who loves chocolate so much she dreams about it at night. Grab some sweets and follow Candy though a Magical Chocolate Kingdom that fills her belly and teaches her an important lesson about limits, after something very unexpected happens in the delicious empire. Though the vivid illustrations are sure to make your mouth water, Candy’s new understanding is the real treat even you can munch on!
  • Hilly colors her dreams

    Hilly colors her dreams

    Hilly's journey among colors is inspired by the Chakra system and the colors related to them. Explore Hilly's world of new age holistic well-being for your child.

    Hilly's journey among colors is inspired by the Chakra system (centers of vital energy in the human body) and the colors related to them. The colors in this book are therefore not random. In Sanskrit the meaning of the word 'Chakra' is wheel, referring to an energetic wheel conveying energy between our physical and mental systems. What we sense and perceive as feelings and thoughts is actually energy flowing through these energetic wheels. Help your child know and control his/her feelings and thoughts.
  • Hilly finds her quiet place

    Hilly finds her quiet place

    Hilly's journey is derived from her goal to find her quiet place, a goal shared by us all.

    Hilly's journey is derived from her goal to find her quiet place, a goal shared by us all. The events that happen during her quest are familiar and therefore easy for children to relate. Hilly also shares and teaches the most effective and safe exercise in order to find that quiet place: Meditation. When exercising the quiet mind and awareness (meditation), we take a little break from our daily hustle and bustle and meet with the person closest to us… ourselves. Meditation teaches us attentiveness toward our feelings and emotions and awareness of what we really feel – whether it is hunger, fatigue, apprehension, excitement, etc. Help your child recognize and control his/her feelings and thoughts.
  • Dance of the Dawn Butterfly

    Dance of the Dawn Butterfly

    Will Mira ever be able to fly like her friend, the Dawn Butterfly?

    Little Mira dreams of flying like a butterfly but she doesn’t have wings. Will Mira ever be able to fly like her friend, the Dawn Butterfly? Will the Dawn Butterfly ever become part of Mira’s world – absent of flying? Within their friendship they discover that nothing is impossible and that their connection strengthens and inspires each other’s worlds. Mira will discover she doesn’t need wings to fly and the Dawn Butterfly will learn that he can stay grounded even without legs. From their connection grows a love that is not limited to time or place –Only to the one spirit that is within them…
  • Billy and the Ear Elves

    Billy and the Ear Elves

    Ayala Saar- Children's books,

    Billy's story teaches kids the values of patience, listening, good manners and nutrition. Have you ever had a temper tantrum? Have you seen someone lose their temper? What did your mom do if you lost your temper? Billy really loves ice cream, and after politely asking for some, and being denied he cries, stomps his foot, then throws himself on the floor in full on temper tantrum style. BUT, does mom get upset, stressed out, or angry? No, she almost seems to ignore it. She has a secret weapon... magic Ear Elves! Read the book and find out whether Billy and his mother solved their conflict. Download the book to see if this is something that might help your children! This colorful book is excellent as a bedtime story for early learners and beginner readers.
  • Bruce the Moose & Bo

    Bruce the Moose & Bo

    Children's Bedtime story for Beginner readers,Preschool kid Early reader book collection

    Bo the little bird, who lived high up in a tree, Stopped chirping one day; she was sad you see. Bored with the same view in the heat and cold, She wished to see the world before she grew old.
  • The Book with No Pictures

    The Book with No Pictures

    You might think a book with no pictures seems boring and serious. Except . . . here’s how books work. Everything written on the page has to be said by the person reading it aloud. Even if the words say . .

    You might think a book with no pictures seems boring and serious. Except . . . here’s how books work. Everything written on the page has to be said by the person reading it aloud. Even if the words say . . . BLORK. Or BLUURF. Even if the words are a preposterous song about eating ants for breakfast, or just a list of astonishingly goofy sounds like BLAGGITY BLAGGITY and GLIBBITY GLOBBITY. Cleverly irreverent and irresistibly silly, The Book with No Pictures is one that kids will beg to hear again and again. (And parents will be happy to oblige.)