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Author: Alyssa Miracle

A Fun Christmas ABC Book for Kids!!!
CHRISTMAS ABC is an alphabet book, It presents letters of the alphabet with corresponding Christmas related words and pictures to color. It is the perfect way for your child to learn about Christmas.
This is the perfect book to get your toddler excited for Christmas while learning new words and the alphabet.
Alphabet Book for Children's Ages 2-6, Fun Alphabet Christmas Book for Toddlers, Preschool, Kindergarten & First grade (Toddlers Stocking Stuffer Gift Idea).


  1. Letters A-Z: Uppercase and Lowercase

  2. Christmas Vocabulary: Child-Friendly Carefully Selected Christmas Related Words

  3. Big and Simple Christmas images with fun characters

  4. Printed On One Side: Safe For Markers

  5. High-Resolution Printing

  6. Lots of Fun for Preschool and Kindergarten

It is most suitable for kids age between 2- 6 years, but also suits any young child to get excited about Christmas!


Author: Sharhar Levy

Suddenly, the sun met her little sister Moon and saw that her face was pale.

“What happened? Why are you sad?”

“I’m sad, because I don’t know the role of each one in the kingdom.”

“If so,” answered the sun, “come with me for a journey...


Do you want to go on a trip to the Solar System together with the moon, and meet new friends?

A creative and imaginative children's story that takes a parent and child on a journey among the planets around us.


Author: Sharhar Levy

Suddenly Sun reached out and blocked Moon’s way. “Watch out!” She exclaimed.“ You nearly bumped into that wrench”‘ I wonder who left that lying around.’ She wondered to herself. A creative and imaginative children's story that takes a parent and child on a journey among the planets around us.


Author: Kellie Carte Sears

Anger comes in different forms and can be complicated, even for adults. So how do we as parents, grandparents, guardians, a child control their anger in a positive healthy manner and better understand a normal emotion that creates unwanted feelings and actions?

You’re Not Bad, We All Get Mad will help both adults and children comprehend the normalcy of anger, what can cause anger, what to avoid, and ultimately what children can do in a positive manner to help manage their anger while building self-confidence and control.

Written in a mindful, relatable, yet playful way that resonates with children, Massy and her friends are guided by her lovable cat Blue, on a quest to better understand anger. Together they gain valuable insight into this complex emotion. With understanding comes compassion which results in a message of support and unconditional love.

This is a GREAT book for Early Readers and Family Read Aloud Books. This is a book you will want at home in your child’s library, in classrooms, daycare, churches, doctor offices, counselors…..and always accessible for a few deep breaths and peaceful smiles!
Written in an upbeat rhythmic style similar to Dr. Suess, this book will be one of your favorites!

Author: Kevin Macauley

A timeless tale about the power of music and following your dreams, The Bee That Danced The Bop teaches kids that the solution the world needs might not be the one you expect. With a little confidence and grit, we can all bee heroes like Bernie.


Author: Christine Conrad Cazes

Hope turns misfortune into a new beginning in this adventurous children's story The Caribou King.

Rae stares at his caribou family after awakening from a dream that seems so real. He watches his family enjoy the fresh taste of new moss and ferns until Doe challenges him to a race toward the highest mountain.

Despite several warnings to return home, the two young deer explore the mountain, only to discover a hidden opening covered by vines and bushes. Curiosity leads them deep into a hidden cave until they feel the earth shake.

Frightened, Rae and Doe huddle together in a small alcove watching the stone walls crumble and the floor crack wide open forming a sinkhole.

Rae falls deeper and deeper below the cave's surface, crying for help, until he lands on frozen ground in the magical Land of Light. In this peaceful place, Rae discovers a powerful gift that transforms his world and changes the lives of his caribou family.

The Caribou King embraces the idea of hope. When faced with personal dilemmas or natural disasters, we need to hold onto the hope that tomorrow will be better.

Author: Christine Conrad Cazes

Family and friends turn hardships into miracles in the delightful children's story She Never Asked for Wings.

Cob and Pen build their nest in the beautiful southern orchard of Westorchid, knowing that soon their baby swans will arrive. One evening, Pen lays her third egg at the very moment a star flickers, signaling that this swan will be special because it glistens under the stars.

Three playful swans, Loc, Ty, and Cal preen their fluff and dunk for pond weeds enjoying life to the fullest. Loc and Ty grow bigger and bigger every day, but Cal remains small. Then one day, Pen discovers that Cal has no wings.

Despite the beautiful swan's inability to fly, Cal smiles and sings the loveliest songs ever. Magic begins when Bo gathers all the swans to build wings for Cal. Admired by a loving family, a loyal friend, and a shining star, Cal becomes the angel swan who flies freely.


Author: Christine Conrad Cazes

Love is the breathing heart that keeps a family together. The Star of Westorchid shines down on the beautiful northern orchard of Westorchid as it admires the young squirrel born there during a hailstorm.

Gem comes into the world in Westorchid during a fierce spring storm. His parents know their only child will be very special, because when he was born, they spotted a three-pointed star on his forehead. Looking up at the Star of Westorchid shining down on them like a precious jewel, his parents name him GEM.

The little squirrel grows up to be playful and mischievous, hiding his acorns where no one else can find them. Little does he know that one of his hidden acorns takes root in a secluded area, growing larger than any other tree in the orchard.

Surrounded by the love of his parents, the protection of an oak tree, and the guidance of a star, Gem faces a terrible winter storm, where he discovers the greatest gift of all ... LOVE.


Author: Christine Conrad Cazes

Punkin's biggest wish is to become the very best pumpkin on his hidden acre in the eastern orchard of Westorchid. With encouragement from his friends, Punkin is determined to be selected as the finest pumpkin at the Halloween Harvest Fair.

Magic is in the air, as the young pumpkin sits patiently in his beautiful patch, hoping to grow large enough to be selected for the fair. He hears the chirping sounds of birds and learns that their music helps him grow! Sparrow struggles to pronounce his name, calling him Punkin. He blinks in approval at the sound of his new name as other creatures from Westorchid approach him.

Wren, Hare, and Fawn discover Punkin's wish, and with encouraging words from his friends, Punkin's color turns orange and he grows into a very large round pumpkin, just in time for the harvest. But this is just the beginning of his adventure!


Author: Marla Davidson Currie

"A Spinner's Christmas" takes us into the world of the tiniest creatures and the humans they work with as all confront a hardship at the happiest time of year. In this fantastical holiday tale set in London of yesteryear, a hat store's closing at Christmas causes big trouble for everyone. From the humans who work there to critters in its dusty storeroom, anxiety is everywhere. Down in the cellar, Daddy Longlegs worries how losing his job as a cobweb spinner will affect his large family's Christmas. But as a tiny, despised creature what can he do to change human affairs? Upstairs, disgruntled charwoman Bessie once dreamed of being a celebrated hat maker. Instead she scrubs her life away with smelly mops and dirty water. Is she somehow responsible for the store's decline? What can she do to help save the store from closing? Told in 7 short chapters, this delightful story makes an easy evening's read or a great bedtime story over several nights. A modern Christmas classic. Perfect for all ages.

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