Aliyah Likes Being a Giraffe is a picture book designed for young children ages 3-7. Wrapped in a durable wipeable cover, the attention-grabbing illustrations by Stacy Highley garner immediate interest. Follow Aliyah through her doleful journey of imagining herself with attributes she admires in other animals in the zoo. Each time she wishes to be like another animal, an image of her with that attribute is illustrated in a text bubble. Aliyah Likes Being a Giraffe will introduce young readers to the concept of self-acceptance as they focus on their own individual physical traits and to appreciate good qualities in others.
Delilah visits Floating Feet Dance Academy with her mother. Dance Academy owner, Ms. Kelly, gives a tour of the facility. Curious Delilah tries on dancing shoes while the grownups share details of her dancing program. With each pair of shoes, Delilah travels into an imaginary realm of watching the dances being performed. Help every future dancer broaden their horizons with this delightfully illustrated book, currently in publication by URLink.
Friend Philia introduces young readers, ages 5 and up, to the concept of taking responsibility for the behavior of their pet. Illustrated by fourteen-year-old pet owner Corianna Hong, Friend Philia jumps right into the misbehavior of a new puppy named Philia (Friend). This quick moving method of using treats to enforce good dog manners watches young owner, Lilly, grow together with Philia as they both learn the importance of setting boundaries.
Set in a rhythmic poetic picture book form, Let's Be Friends, a Jungle Legend, challenges young readers to accepting the differences of others. An alligator and an ape are different in so many ways. However, they find a way to become friends by sharing a little piece of their lives with each other. Illustrated by Stacey Lunsford-Highley, this jungle story for 4 to 7 year-olds will have children sharing their way to making new friends.
Take a journey back to the land run of Oklahoma as a young girl's family stakes a claim in Oklahoma. Mattie's stories are actually a collection of memories an elderly Mattie Ross-Petricek shared with the author. A young girl develops into a woman through her teen years, enduring the Great Depression, joining the work force during World War II, and raising three sons. Included in the collection are some poems written by Mattie. This delightful collection will be enjoyed by young girls and women of all generations.
Using six powerful out-of-this-world, life-applicable stories, Powerful Emajen-ation provides context for the concept of treating others respectfully. Fictional authoritative King Conscience recognizes when his number-one agent needs to intervene in the affairs of earth, especially during school and social events. Each situation requires the agent's intervention to help children imagine themselves in the place of others.
This golden collection addresses many aspects of human interaction at fictional All City. Bullying in any form isnot tolerated. Self-esteem is encouraged. Peer pressure is exposed. Unhealthy eating habits are challenged. Trashing the environment is shown to be unacceptable. Respect extends to animals, as well as humans. Fictional Agent Emajen riding her white horse, armed with Respect, intervenes to neutralize each situation as it arises. Using imaginative methods, Emajen is able to show, not just tell, how the actions of one person affect many others. Each story is written to be
read to young children or read by older children.
When King Surelock and Queen Cilia leave overnight on kingdom business, Sir Locksalot and Lady Rose are given keys to secure Locksby Castle and it's contents. Unusual circumstances, including a giant green fish and swirling winds, result in lost key rings. Another kingdom resident may hold the real key to security at the castle. Colorfully illustrated by Tanya Provines, whimsical characters in this children's picture book introduce young readers, ages 5-8, to the concepts of trust, responsibility, and the value of man's best friend.