A picture book to help lift children's spirits and cope with changes resulting from social distancing and staying home during a time of quarantine. Friends living apart learn in new ways, stay connected and hopeful, grow in strength and resiliency, and look forward to being together again with friends, cousins, and grandparents. It simply and concisely focuses on dealing with difficult emotions resulting from separation and from missing loved ones, and from what kids may perceive as unknown and scary times. Indirectly about COVID 19, the story and illustrations normalize new ways like staying home, connecting with friends and family remotely, hand washing, wearing masks and gloves, homeschooling, and sharing and caring. It validates kids' feelings and experiences and encourages deep heart connection and positive thinking. And it inspires kids to feel secure and trust that our world will heal and that soon most of us will be well, happy, at peace, and together again.
The term “Celts” comes from the Greek “Keltoi”, which means “barbarian”, but listen to the Introduction to the Celts audiobook and you’ll embark on an exploration of the Celts that shows them as artisans of more than warfare. You’ll discover their tribal way of life, the different cultures that represent who they were as a people, and what it meant to be a Celt. You’ll take a tour through their home lives, spirituality, sexuality, and examine their lives as warriors and the wars that resulted in their eventual decline - the Gallic Wars and the Roman invasion of Britain.
Clyde McLivingston takes a walk every single day. He walks all around town and says hello to everyone. But today Clyde is missing! Where did he go? Follow the townspeople as they search high and low for Clyde, that special, silly old man!
As this classic series continues, adventuring children off the western coast of Scotland spot a strange bird and soon land themselves in danger. While on a sailing cruise with Cap. Flint exploring in the Outer Hebrides, the Swallows, Amazons, and the Ds spot a mysterious bird nesting on an island in a loch. Could it be a great northern diver, never known to nest in the British Isles? They tell their discovery to a local expert who secretly collects birds’ eggs and stuffed skins of birds. The collector sets off with a gun—and the children set off to stop him. Friendship and resourcefulness, dangers and excitement: Arthur Ransome’s Swallows and Amazons series has stood the test of time. More than just great stories, each one celebrates independence and initiative with a colorful, large cast of characters—and children are the heroes. Great Northern? (originally published in 1947) is the twelfth and final completed title in the Swallows and Amazons series, books for children or grownups, anyone captivated by a world of adventure, exploration, and imagination.“[Ransome] makes a tale of adventure a handbook to adventure.” —Observer (UK)
Lilly and her Unicorn Doll Book 4
The importance of Honesty and Truthfulness
Not knowing the importance of honesty and truthfulness, Lilly always lies to her mom.
Her magical Unicorn Doll decides to teach her a lesson.
He takes her on a magical journey on a boat to a magical pond.
He promises her that the magical duck in the pond will grant her wishes …
But, since Lilly has not been honest and truthful, will her wishes be granted?
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