A Special Gift For Mother
By Jeanne Maree Iacono
Illustrated by Tim Hurley
Rosie sees how busy and tired her mother is and wants to help lift her mother’s spirits. Join Rosie on her magical adventure as she meets fairies and wishes for a special gift for her mother. This story will delight children and make story time special, too.
GOATS IN PAJAMAS
Story by Jeanne Maree
Photos by Cindi Davis
Music and Lyrics
by Sandy Sherman
The playful days of three adopted goats, Quinn Lee, Hazel Bee and Ollie Bear, and their new mom Cindi. Goats having fun on the farm dressing up and having visits from their friends. Join the three baby goats as they explore the farm, meet new friends, and cuddle in for a good nights rest.
A Trip to Oroville's Chinese Temple: A Learn-About Book on California's Historic Liet Sheng Kong
Many early Chinese immigrants came to California to mine for gold and build railroads. They built many temples and shrines in California. Today, the Liet Sheng Kong Temple in Oroville is an important historical monument.
This book offers children a visual "field trip visit" through Oroville's Liet Sheng Kong Temple and Museum Complex. Children will learn interesting information about the cultural beliefs and ways of life of the early Chinese immigrants such as the color red is the symbol of joy, happiness, and good luck, and the temple has no windows in order to keep out evil spirits, and also, door guardians protected entrances to mansions and city gates.
Children will enjoy the illustrations of museum artifacts such as parade swords, sedan chair scenes, Chinese dolls and children's shoes with "cat eye" tips. Most of all, this inter-active book engages children throughout its pages. Especially fun is the do-and-learn activity on shadow puppets, one of the most enchanting Chinese cultural treasurers for storytelling.
FREE TEACH GUIDES ARE INCLUDED WITH AN ORDER OF 10 OR MORE BOOKS.
Children ages 7 to 12 will enjoy helping Mica solve this mystery. In addition, this book includes a large traceable “pattern” for a fun activity when the mystery is solved.
Free Teacher Guides that discuss environmental issues and animal protection are included with an order of 10 or more books.
Here’s an exciting story that invites you to join a family on a car trip across America’s Southwest and experience the variety of Native American art stands along the roadside.
This book makes an excellent read-to-book for children pre-school through third grade and is a read-aloud choice for children as young as fourth grade. Its detailed illustrations and educational content make it appealing to young people through sixth grade, at least.
Illustrations are organized in “field trip” format and take children to a variety of art stands. Children will enjoy the engaging art by a Navajo artist that is filled with a mix of traditional design and innovative new art style. There are displays of cradle boards, Navajo jewelry, dolls, pottery, and much more.
Teachers will discover this book is a valuable resource because its visual presentation will evoke an appreciation for the variety and beauty of Native arts and crafts. Its story line is rich in information about many of the artistic items and helps develop children’s social awareness of the Native American culture.
Along with this LEARN-ABOUT-BOOK, for a LIMITED TIME Lunada Press is offering T-shirts printed with a picture from the book.
Also for a LIMITED TIME you can order an authentic skirt/pant Navajo belt. Order now and don't miss adding these special items to go along with your books.
Free Teacher Guides to help stimulate classroom discussion with every order of
10 or more books.
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T-Shirts are available in youth sizes XS - L
This book is based on a true story that happened during a California earthquake. The story is presented in a factual way and is designed to help children understand what happens during an earthquake. It teaches preparedness and the necessity of following safety procedures. The story acknowledges that during and after an earthquake both adults and children are afraid. The story’s ending lets children know that there is recovery after a disaster.
The action-oriented drawings will help children identify with Andrew and the other children in the story and help them remember safety procedures. This story can be read to children or read by young readers. Because the story, itself, is true and interesting, children will want to hear or read it many times thus reinforcing in their minds earthquake preparedness and safety.
The illustrations are designed to give additional information that can be used for discussion. Also included at the end of the story is a Family Safety Check List which the authors compiled with the help of many disaster preparedness organizations.
Free Teacher Guides to help stimulate classroom discussion on this most important safety topic are included with every order of 10 books or more.
BEST FRIENDS: A Lunch Box Treat is about Bing and Maree’s new friendship. Although the two are from different cultures, they experience common feelings young children have on their first day at kindergarten.
This delightful story and engaging art captures the attention of young readers. The grade level vocabulary builds social confidence and reading skill as it invites beginning readers to enjoy reading the story again and again.
Heres an exciting adventure about what a young boy and sister see as they take an early Sunday morning horseback ride. This story is designed to spark the imagination of children ages 2 to 8.
Sunday Morning Ride also is a fun way for preschoolers to learn to count. The book captures childrens natural ability to learn different languages with an easy language chart that teaches counting
in English, Spanish and Chinese. The grade level vocabulary builds confidence and reading skills for children ages 5 to 8.
This book is in our line of interactive LEARN-ABOUT-BOOKS and engages young children as they learn about the important issue of personal safety. It is hoped this book will be a beginning for many parent/child discussions. Our childrens safety is their right and our common responsibility.
From our MIDDLE GRADE SERIES BOOKS comes the delightful and imaginative story of a bear named Cinnamon who heads to Happy Camp for breakfast. Along the way Cinnamon hears the song of a frog, a bee, and a bird and wishes that he, too, could sing a wonderful song. However, each time he begins to sing his loud "GRRRRRRRRR" bear sound, Cinnamon frightens the listener away. At Happy Camp, Cinnamon bear is able to at last communicate his desire to be friendly and sings with the help of some young campers and a toy drum.
Here' a book with a "field trip" format that takes children ages 5 to 12 on a visit through Los Angeles' oldest street, the pituresque Olvera Street. With delightful illustrations and facinating factual text, children can learn what old pueblo days were like as they travel through today's Olvera Street.
A unique featrue of this book is it is written in both english followed by spanish. Thereby celebrating the cultural heritage of Olvera Street and appealing also to bilingual readers or young spanish readers.
FREE TEACH GUIDES ARE INCLUDED WITH AN ORDER OF 10 OR MORE BOOKS.
This is a LEARING-KIT. The kit includes seeds for attracting butterflies, Creat-And-Learn pages, step-by-step guied on how to make a butterfly book. pipe cleaner for binding, colorful butterfly stickers to decorate pages, and interesting educational facts about butterflies. It also has been designed to encourage children to celebrate Earth Day. Some facts relate specifically to Southern California.
Here is a Beginning-To-Read Mystery that kidergarten and first graders will love reading.
This fun book has an appealing stroy line and is written with a kindergarten vocabulary level. The illustrations are creative,have child appeal, and offer clues in solving the mystery.
This book is also offered in Spanish and makes a good choice for spanish beginners. The senteneces are shor with basic vocabulary, and illustrations make the story easy to understand.