A charming story of how a little cat who finds a family, yet knows they are not committed to keeping her. She must communicate in a surprising way in order to express her love. This miracle earns her a permanent place in the family.
The many imaginative roles of multicultural angels depict a joyful life in their heavenly setting. This story could also be used in Sunday school classes or as a bereavement book for young children who have suffered the loss of a loved one.
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Charlie is a little boy with a big imagination who discovers forest animals doing crazy things. Ants with holey underpants dancing with a hawk? A skunk playing a flute? A deer with sneakers? Yes and so much more! Read to the end for a huge surprise!
The latest issue of Guardian Angel Kids is now available. If you have a child who is interested in space exploration and magical adventures, this issue will be right up their alley. As always, there will be links to fun freebies and activities.
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Bunny business is all about bouncing, BUT overweight Bosco bunny can’t bounce AND he can’t play with his friends. When he discovers a bouncing machine, Bosco soon bounces himself into shape AND makes his papa proud. Story and activities highlight CONJUNCTIONS. Study guide also included. CCSS. ELA-Literacy.L.3.1.H .
As the snowfall turns into a blizzard and the world is covered with white, the fox moves past meadows, bridges, streets, buildings…nothing makes it stop… Where is the fox heading in the dark in the night? A surprising ending awaits young readers in this charming bedtime story.
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On Corley’s passenger train route he meets Jimmy, a Union Pacific freight car repair apprentice. Corley loses his handrail and Jimmy loses his tools along the train route. Their irresponsibility causes another train to jump the tracks. Both Corley and Jimmy learn responsibility after they start working for Union Pacific.
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Scots Sanders hears skateboard sounds outside his window. He explores and discovers something incredible: the skateboarder is invisible? Why? What happened to do this to him? He investigates with his friends, the Vizzards, because they use certain magical and wizardly techniques (obtained from Scots’ uncle) to solve mysteries. Through watching and observation, then confronting the ghost killed on the skateboard when he skated in front of a bus, they solve the case.
The September 2014 issue of Guardian Angel Kids celebrates “Extraordinary Animals.” In this month’s issue, our special feature is Katrina and Winter: Partners in Courage by award-winning author Nancy Stewart.
You’ll find the poem “Tail Tales” by Ellen Javernick inside, as well as a ton of non-fiction articles about a variety of animals including bats, the Mountain Beaver, and the platypus. This month’s kid’s activity has to do with manatees.
As always, you’ll find links to free coloring pages, videos, and games. Visit http://www.guardian-angel-kids.com/ to read your issue of GAK.
Reuben is a young Jewish boy in the dark days before WWII. When he hears glass breaking in his father’s shop he knows he must do something quickly. Reuben’s family escapes through soldier lined streets, across the mountains and finally onto a ship that takes them to America.
In Smileytooth and the Space Chase, Planet Tongue is captured by Plaque Aliens –ooo, so much goo all over Tongue! Far away at the Smile Space Station, Dr. Gary orders Captain Smileytooth with Ensign Toothbrush and Lieutenant Toothpaste to pack up HappyTeeth spaceship and rush to save Tongue. Dodging through dangerous candy meteors, the spaceship races to the rescue. Fourth book of the Smileytooth dental hygiene series. And watch out for those candy meteors!
Mother Cat is astounded. Father Cat is amazed. Never in all Grandma’s born days has she seen anything like Christopher, her new grandkitten. “Meow, meow, meow, meow.” Their voices rise in wails. For Christopher the kitten has nine tails.
Maggie Mae, detective extraordinaire, is on the case of who stole her grandma’s super-duper snickerdoodles. With her detective’s badge and notebook, she finds clues, interviews suspects, and sets a trap. Who did it–Grandpa, her brother Ben, or Toby the dog? Finally, she reveals the culprits and saves the cookies.
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A grandfather proclaims that he is not afraid of anything until a tiny mouse crawls under his shirt and causes a commotion. His grandchildren learn that their Grandfather is afraid of something after all, but everyone accepts it in a humorous way.
Angel to Angel Contest Award-winner! Download free PDF eBook written and illustrated by 9 year old Laura Mansour by clicking on the cover or this link The Secret in the Attic.
In this fun educational musical about recycling, a “nutty professor” transports four modern day kids back to the 1950’s. Together they compare the lifestyles of today’s “disposable generation” to kids living in a time before plastic bags, aluminum cans, and water bottles became a part of our every day life.
Inspire children with the spirit of the first Christmas. Multicultural children offer their unique gifts to the Christ Child and represent all the children of the world who possess special gifts to offer the newborn King on Christmas. An original song included.
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This month’s issue of Guardian Angel Kids is all about “Incredibly Creative Art.” Special features include Ancient Symbols, Artwork Carvings and Alphabets by Eugene Ruble and Gatsby’s Grand Adventures by Barbara Cairns.
Check out short stories by Doreen Diorio and Joyce Wold. Our non-fiction article this month is titled, “Seven Incredibly Creative Wonders of the World” by Mary Sue Roberts. You’ll also find the Parent Teacher Article and Activity “The Art of the Journal for Parents and Kids.”
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