a conversation starter for dreams, worries, hopes and fears

a conversation starter for dreams, worries, hopes and fears

A wonderful coffee table book; captivating art and words with meaning for adults at least as much as for children. 20 illustrators bring their very best work and perfectly compliment 20 inspiring quotes.

ages early childhood and upwards

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the wonder and blessings of a meaningful life enhanced by literacy

the wonder and blessings of a meaningful life enhanced by literacy

ages 4 to 8 years
Set in Egypt, this is an ever so slightly suspenseful book to read aloud and it's then so very peaceful in its resolution. Ahmed has a secret—and it’s a good one! I love this book and can hardly count the number of times I've given it as a gift.

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a science (s.t.e.m.) story, full of gasping moments

a science (s.t.e.m.) story, full of gasping moments

This is a book full of gasping moments, the sort that deliver a sense of wonder and an appreciation for the grandeur of the natural world. And, best of all, it’s lyrical to read aloud and beautiful to look at.

ages 3 to 12 years

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science, friendship and a great idea for night-time adventure

science, friendship and a great idea for night-time adventure

ages toddler up to 7 or 8 years old
Ollie is the kind of kid who keeps on trying, who is determined and still thoughtful. He’s the kind of kid who other kids will be able to relate to. And he has the kind of experiences that many kids will be able to remember from their own lives. But Ollie is trying to work out the wind and when he figures out that the wind just wants to play, he takes a whole new approach. 

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brilliance for children who feel a little left out, or who might be excluding others

brilliance for children who feel a little left out, or who might be excluding others

ages birth to 8 years
Max has two brothers with impressive collections—one collects coins and the other collects stamps. And while Max with his collection comes out as clearly the hero, one of the many great things about this brilliant story is that the work of his brothers doesn't get undervalued. 

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