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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.
Check out the November issue of GAK at http://guardian-angel-kids.com/
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.
The June 2014 issue of Guardian Angel Kids magazine is dedicated to children with special needs. In her letter to readers, Poetry Editor Donna J. Shepherd says, “…every child is worthy of acceptance and compassion.” The GAP family couldn’t agree more.
This month’s special features include the book, Sarah’s Socks – My World of Autism by Litsa Kamateros and Nia Morfonios and a Special Olympics skater video.
Demarquis Lamar Johnson shares his poem, “Super Power,” and short stories come to you from Trisha Faye, Annette McDermott, and Catherine May Webb. Non-fiction articles come to you from award-winning children’s author Donna M. McDine and Donna Marie West, and our Parent/Teacher section includes the articles, “Extraordinary Kids: Nurturing Your Child with Special Needs” by Irene S. Roth and “What Does a Special Needs Kid Need?” by Shari L. Klase.
Like the previous issues of GAK, you’ll find links to past issues along with links to activities and games. Check out GAK online at http://www.guardian-angel-kids.com/
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.
You can find the current and back issues of GAK online at http://www.guardian-angel-kids.com/
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.
Visit us online at http://www.guardian-angel-kids.com/ to read this month’s and any past issues of Guardian Angel Kids.
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
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.
It’s all about the magic! This month’s issue is filled with magical stories, articles, and poems.
Our featured book this month is The Magic Violin by Marya Calvani. Short stories come to you from Shari L. Klase, Billie A. Williams, and Felicity Nisbet. Robert Niven shares his poem, “It Must Be Magic” with our readers this month, and non-fiction articles come to you from Donna Marie West and Christine Collier.
As always, there are links to fun extras and activities.
To read our current issue, please visit us online at http://www.guardian-angel-kids.com/ You’ll also find links to all our past issues there, too.
Hard to believe that harvesting time is here. Along with the cooler temperatures and changing leaves comes the latest issue of Guardian Angel Kids magazine. This month’s theme is “Down on the Farm.”
Our Book Feature is This Odd Chick by Mary Esparza-Vela and illustrated by Kevin Scott Collier. Jennifer Buchet and Tracy Helixon share their poems, “Life on the Farm” and “Tractor Tour.” Short stories this month come to you from Wendy Klein, Felicity Nisbet, and Savannah Hendricks.
This month’s non-fiction article, “Old MacDonald Had an Alpaca” by Shari L. Klase shares interesting information about this camelid. For activities, Sharon Stanley talks about life on the farm and offers readers tips on how they can bring a little bit of the farm into their own lives, and Tanja Cilia provides this month’s “Down on the Farm” word search puzzle.
You can view this issue and back issues of Guardian Angel Kids at http://www.guardian-angel-kids.com/default.htm