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October 2014 Issue of Guardian Angel Kids Now Online!

gak octDon’t miss the latest issue of Guardian Angel Kids. In October, we’re learning about animals from down under: the kangaroo, echidna, platypus, and koala. A fun quiz and free activities follow.

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July 2014 Issue of Guardian Angel Kids Now Online!

gapThe July 2014 issue of Guardian Angel Kids ezine is now available online. This month’s theme is Sidewalk Art.

GAK reports on a special July Fourth themed sidewalk chalk drawing. Donna Shepherd shares her poem, “Sidewalk Art,” and short stories come to you from Shari L. Klase and Lela Marie De La Garza.

Our non-fiction section features “Sidewalk Rescue” by Irene S. Roth and “Are You a Screever?” by Sherry Alexander. As always, you’ll find links to free downloadable PDF books, coloring pages, games, and videos.

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May 2014 Issue of Guardian Angel Kids Now Online!


Guardian Angel Publishing is pleased to announce that the May 2014 issue of Guardian Angel Kids eZine is now available. This month’s theme is unusual art.

GAK, our very own Angel Gecko, reports on feather art, like what you see on the front cover of this month’s issue. Debra Mayhew shares her poem, “Patchwork Art,” and a short story titled, “Maya, the Elephant Who Loved to Paint,” comes to you from Shari L. Klase.

We also have two non-fiction articles in this issue. Trisha Faye shares about art made from salvaged and recycled steel in “Trash No More,” and Donna Marie West talks about prehistoric art in “The Oldest Art in the World.” This month’s activity is leaf art. Trisha Faye offers step-by-step instructions to teach you how to paint leaves. And be sure to check out the video of an elephant painting a self-portrait.

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April 2014 Issue of Guardian Angel Kids Now Online!


Spring has sprung! To celebrate, Guardian Angel Kids is exploring Flowers of the World!

GAK, our very own Angel Gecko, offers a special photographic report of some unusual looking flowers from around the world. Poet and freelance writer A.J. Huffman shares two flower poems in this issue, and fictional short stories come to you from Joyce Wold and Felicity Nisbet.

For non-fiction, we have the article, “Flowers that Grow on Volcanoes” by Sherry Alexander, and “The Legend of the ‘Cry in Your Sleep’ Flower–A Re-telling of the Legend of Tagimoucia, Fiji’s National Flower” by Sherri Alexandaer. Have you ever considered eating a flower? Trisha Faye shares an interesting and informative article titled, “Incredible Edible Petals.”

This month’s activity is a Flower Girls Word Puzzle. There are also links to freebies, games, and videos.

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August 2013 Issue of Guardian Angel Kids EZine Now Available!

GAK Aug 2013


Calling all future aviators. You’re going to love the August 2013 issue of Guardian Angel Kids! This month is all about aviation.

We’re featuring Wicky Wacky Things That Go!: Hot Air Balloons with music and lyrics by Lynda S. Burch and photography by MarySue Roberts. You’ll also find Lynda’s poem “Dream Flight” and short stories from Debra M. Daugherty and Shari L. Klase. Trisha Faye and Marion Tickner offer their articles for kids, and Kathy Stemke provides this month’s activity.

You can find this month’s issue of GAK online at While visiting, check out the link to our archived issues to help keep your kids learning through the summer.

Answers to Children’s Authors and Books Match Game

Crockett Johnson Harold and the Purple Crayon
Don Freeman Corduroy
Dr. Seuss Green Eggs and Ham
Eric Carle The Very Hungry Caterpiller
Esphyr Slobodkina
Caps for Sale
Jane Yolen Owl Moon
Jon Scieszka
The True Story of the 3 Little Pigs
Laura Numeroff If You Give a Mouse a Cookie
Margaret Rey Curious George
Margaret Wise Brown Goodnight Moon
Marucs Pfister The Rainbow Fish
Maurice Sendak Where the Wild Things Are
Munro Leaf The Story of Ferdinand
P.D. Eastman Go, Dog. Go!
Shel Silverstein The Giving Tree

Match These Children’s Authors to Their Books

Can you match these famous children’s authors to their books? Answers on Friday.

  1. Crockett Johnson  ___
  2. Don Freeman  ___
  3. Dr. Seuss  ___
  4. Eric Carle  ___
  5. Esphyr Slobodkina  ___
  6. Jane Yolen  ___
  7. Jon Scieszka  ___
  8. Laura Numeroff  ___
  9. Margaret Rey  ___
  10. Margaret Wise Brown  ___
  11. Marucs Pfister  ___
  12. Maurice Sendak  ___
  13. Munro Leaf  ___
  14. P.D. Eastman  ___
  15. Shel Silverstein  ___

A.  Corduroy
B.  Curious George
C.  The Giving Tree
D.  Goodnight Moon
E.  Go, Dog. Go!
F.  Caps for Sale
G.  Harold and the Purple Crayon
H.  The True Story of the 3 Little Pigs
I.  The Story of Ferdinand
J.  Where the Wild Things Are
K. Owl Moon
L.  The Very Hungry Caterpiller
M.  If You Give a Mouse a Cookie
N.  The Rainbow Fish
O.  Green Eggs and Ham

April 2013 of Guardian Angel Kids Magazine

We are happy to announce the April 2013 of Guardian Angel Kids Magazine. In this issue:

  • Friends in a Storm Flip Book by Mary Sue Seymour with illustrations by ten-year-old artist Samantha Flynn
  • Angel in a Bubble Flip Book written and illustrated by ten-year-old Melisa Eyuboglu
  • Poetry by Tracy Helixon
  • “Justin Checks In,” a short story by Catherine May Webb
  • The short story “Lost in the Library” by Cathryn Bell, age 14
  • “A Card for Caroline,” a short story by Jamie N. DeMumbrum
  • This month’s article for kids: “There’s a Dog in the Library” by Shari L Klase
  • This month’s activity for kids: Otterly Fun at the Library by Barbara Cairns

Easter Coloring Page from Ava’s Secret Tea Party

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GAP Family Blog Welcomes Lynda Burch, and Guardian Angel Kids Ezine

GAP Family Blog welcomes Lynda Burch, owner and publisher of Guardian Angel Kids Ezine.
Thank you for visiting with us, Lynda. Can you tell us what Guardian Angel Kids Ezine is, please?
Lynda: The monthly ezine is a way for kids to experience a hands-on computer interactive magazine to read, learn, and play games.
What was your inspiration behind the magazine?
Lynda: My granddaughter at two could play online games on nationally recognized sites, but could have twenty or more pop-up ads get in the way of the fun. I thought that they don’t need that interference of companies trying to sell them products. They just want to play the games. So I wanted to provide that venue and also provide a site for our books, characters, authors, and artists to be shared with an audience.
What makes GAK appeal to kids?
Lynda: Playing the games, reading the stories and poems, watching the videos, doing the activities, and interacting are great ways to entertain kids.
What makes GAK appeal to their parents?
Lynda: It is educational. It offers free entertainment. It is ecologically sound—no trees destroyed here. There are even parent/teacher articles. 
Is there anything else you would like to share with us about Guardian Angel Kids?
Lynda: I hope that kids and parents take advantage of this free tool for fun and learning.

Thank you again, Lynda, for taking time out of your busy schedule to visit with us and tell us about Guardian Angel Kids Ezine

Readers: be sure to visit the electronic magazine’s site often for fun, safe, interactive, and always free entertainment for your children. The brand new May 2012 issue, Proud to be an American, is available now!

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