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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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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.
Have you ever wondered what’s inside a snail’s shell? Find out what it might be with this jaunty story in rhyme. See what’s really inside with educational pages, too.
A belief in Christianity later in life is easier to come by when a fundamental trust in God and creation is established during the early years of childhood. This book promotes that trust by reminding us that God’s creative powers are behind all that we do and see.
Awesome Aussie critters bring facts and fun into these three rhyming stories. The Tasmanian Devil dances, the Rainbow Birds rule, and the Frillneck Lizard plays himself—he lounges. Educational, too, with fun new vocabulary words on every page.
Link to the Parent/Teacher Guide page of author website: http://myplace.frontier.com/~mfinke/Teacher%27s%20Guide.htm#teach
The eyes and nose are neighbors. So what better way to learn about both than through two short anatomical rhymes in the same book. Part I covers the eye and Part II is all about the nose. Whichever one you pick, you’ll know them both in no time.
Xavier, Ella and Mia’s grandma and grandpa live on a farm in Iowa where they watch a silly colt named Rowdy grow up. But they discover one night he is not so silly but a brave horse who can save them.
Have you ever met somebody who brags? Meet prehistoric Alligator and his best friend, the bragging Frog. As Frog’s bragging grows, see if Alligator can find a reason to smile again.
Chloe the Cow gets fed up with eating grass and decides to find tastier things to nibble on. She learns that other animals eat strange things–-including some that taste disgusting–-before realizing that her favorite food was right in front of her all the time.
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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.
Visit http://www.guardian-angel-kids.com/ today to read this month’s issue of Guardian Angel Kids.
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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The March 2014 issue of Guardian Angel Kids magazine is now online! This month’s theme is Dazzling Color. You’ll find poetry by Guy Belleranti, short stories from Trisha Faye, Felicity, Nisbet, and Christine Collier, and two special features: a special GAK report on “Colors Only Mother Nature Can Do,” and “A Rainbow of Birds,” by Janet Halfmann illustrated by Jack Foster.
Robert Niven shares his article on the Northern Lights in our non-fiction section, and this month’s activity is “A Rainbow of Three” submitted by Trine Grillo.
You can view this month’s issue and all archives at http://www.guardian-angel-kids.com
A seven-year-old girl, living with her father, tries to cope with the loss of her mother and her loneliness. One rainy day, she rescues a small caterpillar and takes it home with her. Roo discovers truths about growing up and loss, coming to realize that all life is a cycle.
Everyone daydreams at school, but have you ever taken a daydream journey while at school? A President flying through the air on a bat? A shark getting a tan on the beach? Discover tree-sized sweets and find yourself in a room with the most peculiar doctor and nurse you’ll ever meet. Enjoy the adventure, but be sure to get back before the teacher catches you dreaming.
What do a family of beavers, a young robin, a scare crow, two wolves, a bunch of sledders, a bow and arrow hunter, a builder of sandcastles, and fairies have in common? Their stories and possibly yours are influenced by the full moon. A Chapbook of short stories that discovers the full moons of the year as titled by The Farmer’s Almanac.
The anticipation of summer vacation can put anyone in a great mood with the excitement of adventures to be had–especially at the beach. But what is a group of friends to do when they discover mysterious men poaching whale teeth at the beach?
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What does it mean to have an “Attitude of Gratitude?” That’s our focus in the December 2013 issue of Guardian Angel Kids.
Our featured book this month is Tales from Kensington Forest written and illustrated by Kevin Scott Collier. These three stories–“The Congregation Fundraiser”, “Trial by Fire” and “An Overstayed Welcome”–portray life in the forest with Pastor Pete the prickly porcupine and his bevy of forest friends.
We have two poems for you: “The Giving Fever” by Robert Niven and “Think” by Sarah Varnam. Short stories come to you from Trisha Faye, Evelyn Horan, and Felicity Nisbet; and our non-fiction article this month is “Freedoms Even Kids Have” by Shari L. Klase. In our Parent and Teacher section, Irene S. Roth shares her tips for “Instilling an Attitude of Gratitude” with you this month, too.
Readers will also find links to fun games and activities. Visit us online at http://www.guardian-angel-kids.com/ to read this and all past issues of Guardian Angel Kids.
We would also like to wish all our readers a happy, healthy, and safe holiday season.