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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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Noah and Isabela take a journey in Great Grandmother’s kitchen to discover the Easter story by coloring eggs Grandmother’s “old-timey-way.” Color meanings help them learn more about who Jesus is and who they are.
Lily returns to the darkness of Htrae to take the King’s message from the City of Light. Even though she doesn’t think she can fulfill this mission, with the help of Ruah she embarks on the difficult task of inviting others to the great forgotten city.
Book Two—Join Professor Hoot as he explores more ancient arts and artifacts. The art, tools, and text represent various cultures and development from ancient eras–including fossils, too.
Follow Lana as she tries to capture the sunlight as it journeys to the 4 corners of the earth. The story centered yoga routine is simple for children to remember and fun for children to reenact.
All dragons can fly, so why couldn’t Duncan? No matter whom he asked or what he tried, nothing seemed to work. In the end he learns to spread his wings and soar, saving the day with help from a few of his feathered friends.
After the sun goes down, the valley lights up as fireflies blink and glow. Other creatures come to life as well, including skunks, toads, coyotes, racoons, owls, bats, opossums, flying squirrels, foxes, and more. Hunting, calling, hopping, flying –the dark woods are full of activity.
Drake, a tiny dragon, wants to breathe out a fire bigger than any of the other dragons. But in doing so, he finds that he must rely on anger. With the help of his friend, Danielle, he discovers a hidden talent that does not require anger and brings him happiness.
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