May, 2011

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New Releases from Guardian Angel Publishing

Stella’s nerves threaten her chances of winning the contest, but she marshals her nerves and does her best. A lesson of perseverance wrapped in a humorous bite makes the most reluctant readers gobble
up this story. They’ll giggle themselves silly as Stella Dragon performs her flying act and farts fire.

Stella The Fire Farting Dragon by J. Aday Kennedy and illustrated by Jack Foster

Beth’s little brother has so many pets, he’s lost track of a few! Children will delight in finding the animals in the vibrant illustrations and discovering hidden items on every page. Humorous rhymes entertain and inform with fun facts about the creatures. Of course, the animals all show up in the end – or do they?

Where is Salami? by Donna J. Shepherd and illustrated by Jack Foster

Follow a group of young horse enthusiasts through a week at horse camp. Learn about tacking and grooming. Enjoy a visit from the farrier and test your knowledge of breeds and markings. Illustrated with beautiful photography that is sure to delight all horse fans. Fifty percent of author royalties will be donated to animal rescue foundations.

Horse Camp written and photographs by Kim Chatel

When Zachary puts on his thick black glasses, he becomes a super hero. This enables him to protect his new baby sister from all kinds of problems. In the process he learns how much he loves her. This action-packed book with clever rhymes focuses on teaching consonant blends. The teacher supplement includes comprehension questions, songs, worksheets and activities.

Sh Sh Sh Let the Baby Sleep by debut author Kathy Stemke and illustrated by Jack Foster

Buzzy is a tiny bee who doesn’t feel like she belongs. Despite her mother always telling her how special she is, Buzzy learns the hard way. When a bear threatens the hive, she musters all her courage and saves the hive. Buzzy soon learns that she is a very special bee indeed!

One in a Buzzillion by authors Hannah Schreiber and Connor Heartstock and illustrated by Jack Foster

May 2011 Issue of Guardian Angel Kids Magazine Now Online!

In this exciting new issue of Guardian Angel Kids Magazine, we feature two great books to celebrate horses.   A Horse of Course by Shari Lyle-Soffe and illustrated by Eugene Ruble and Clip-Clop Tippity-Tap: French Vocabulary on the Farm by Kim Chatel and illustrated by Kathleen Bullock.

The May 2011 issue also includes poems, games, and fun activites for kids. This month in our section for parents and teachers, Dorit Sasson shares an article on using reflective reading logs.

Visit www.guardian-angel-kids.com to read this issue of GAK. Back issues are also available on the site.

GAP Amazon Bestsellers!

Current Guardian Angel Publishing Amazon bestsellers!

The endearing relationship between a little girl and her Grandmother, whose tolerance and patience are nearly boundless except when it comes to ants. The double entendre in the title captures the grandma’s sense of fun and the recognition that there are rules, especially in Grandma’s kitchen.

6 pages of activities too!

Bella and Britt love living by the beach. When they find oil washing to shore from a gulf spill, they want to help but are told there is nothing for kids to do. But when their old friend, the pelican, becomes covered with oil, they help save his life by their quick thinking and action.

One Pelican at a Time is also a Global eBook Awards nominee.

Imagine, if you will, the aerial dance of fireflies taking flight on a mid-summer’s eve, accompanied by a summertime symphony of frogs and cicadas, harmonizing as darkness falls. The rhythmic sounds of the outdoor concerto build to a crescendo, then fade into the night air until the next midsummer’s dance.

Stella’s nerves threaten her chances of winning the contest, but she marshals her nerves and does her best. A lesson of perseverance wrapped in a humorous bite makes the most reluctant readers gobble
up this story. They’ll giggle themselves silly as Stella Dragon performs her flying act and farts fire.

Stella the Fire Farting Dragon hit #2 on Amazon’s Hot New Releases in Children’s Books list today!

In a town of word weavers, Mary suffers through her third year of Novice Word Weaving. Mary thinks her troubles are over when she meets a gnome-elf who grants her a wish. But instead of weaving a better story, she’s weaving strange yarn charms to accompany her still pathetic tales.

The Weaver is also a Globel eBook Awards nominee.

Can you imagine what the world would be like if animals each made completely different sounds than expected? That would be such an amazing surprise, and how crazy it would seem if this were to happen! This book explores different animal sounds and why animals make the sounds they do.

Eight-year old Melina wants to become a good violinist. When she loses confidence, her Rumanian teacher Andrea decides it’s time for a magic dose of self esteem. A mysterious old woman in rags gives Melina some curious advice; a violinist Russian hamster, who happens to live under the old woman’s hat, offers her a virtuoso performance; a shooting star fills her with hope on Christmas Eve. Is Melina actually playing better, or has her violin become magic? Who is the old woman in the town square, and why does she wear the same emerald ring as her teacher Andrea?

Lily dreams of leaving her dark village and going to the City of Light. But when she learns that the secret to getting there lies in making a great sacrifice, she faces a difficult challenge. Journey with Lily as she meets colorful characters in her quest for the great city.

Ribbert and his family have to find a new home when their old pond begins to dry up. Hop along with them as they explore the world around them, avoid a snake, and see if they can find a new pond that’s deep-deep-and-deeper.

Stella the Fire Farting Dragon Makes Amazon’s Hot New Releases in Children’s Books List!

Our congratulations go out to author J. Aday Kennedy and illustrator Jack Foster. Stella the Fire Farting Dragon is currently #2 on Amazon’s Hot New Releases in Children’s Books!

Stella’s nerves threaten her chances of winning the contest, but she marshals her nerves and does her best. A lesson of perseverance wrapped in a humorous bite makes the most reluctant readers gobble up this story. They’ll giggle themselves silly as Stella Dragon performs her flying act and farts fire.

To read more about this and other GAP titles, please visit us online at http://www.guardianangelpublishing.com/

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