Additional Books: page 13

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Author: Daniel Gershkovitz

With so many diverse new challenges facing our children every day, one of our central roles as parents is to provide them with the correct, appropriate tools to deal with the outside world.

We Can Do It!: Stories for Brave Little Kids will fill your kids with the conviction that where there’s a will, there’s a way, enhancing their sense of self-confidence, capability and self-esteem:

 

The Lion Cub: Kids will learn to distinguish between good and bad, take responsibility for their decisions and embrace diversity.

The Brave Fish: Kids will learn not to give up on their dreams and do all they can to make them come true.

The Little Ship: Kids will learn that a big, brave, determined heart can defeat even a rival who looks better on paper.

Lou the Cat: Kids will learn not to succumb to peer pressure and to follow their heart in order to make the best decision.

Our children are our most precious treasure. Let’s help them grow into the best possible version of themselves.

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Author: Daniel Gershkovitz

From the bestselling children's author Daniel Gershkovitz, these new educational stories will help children to enhance their self-confidence, sense of capability, and self-esteem.

Through five short stories written in rhyme, We Can Do It 2!: Stories for Brave Little Kids illustrates the values of true friendship, the acceptance of others, the harm caused by prejudice, the virtue of admitting one’s mistakes, and the unconditional love of caring parents.

The Shy Chameleon: We should never be ashamed of who we are. Any shortcoming we may appear to have can prove to be our greatest advantage.

The Arrogant Toad: True friendship and respect are earned by being humble and sensitive to others.

The Friendly Scorpion: Prejudice can be dangerous. Everyone deserves a fair chance and should be allowed to follow their heart.

The Forgiving Beaver: We must accept those who are different from us, even in the face of peer pressure. Forgiveness is the key to friendship.

The curious Chick: Never underestimate the sincere, unconditional love of parents, as they prepare us for the realities of life.

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Author: Daniel Gershkovitz

From the bestselling children's author Daniel Gershkovitz, a new educational story will help children to enhance their self-confidence, sense of capability, and self-esteem.

Through five short stories written in rhyme the author illustrates the values of true friendship, the acceptance of others, the harm caused by prejudice, the virtue of admitting one’s mistakes, and the unconditional love of caring parents.

The Shy Chameleon is the first book in the new series We Can Do It 2!: Stories for Brave Little Kids.

In the Shy Chameleon story, the kids will learn that we should never be ashamed of who we are. Any shortcoming we may appear to have can prove to be our greatest advantage.

At the end of the book (in the e-book version) the kids will find puzzles and games created especially for them.

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Author: Daniel Gershkovitz

From the bestselling children's author Daniel Gershkovitz, a new educational story will help children to enhance their self-confidence, sense of capability, and self-esteem.

 

The Arrogant Toad is the second book in the new series We Can Do It 2!: Stories for Brave Little Kids.

The story will teach the kids that true friendship and respect are earned by being humble and sensitive to others.

At the end of the book (in the e-book version) the kids will find puzzles and games created especially for them.

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Author: Daniel Gershkovitz

From the bestselling children's author Daniel Gershkovitz, a new educational story will help children to enhance their self-confidence, sense of capability, and self-esteem.

The curious Chick is the fifth book in the new series We Can Do It 2!: Stories for Brave Little Kids.

The Curious Chick story will teach the kids that we should never underestimate the sincere, unconditional love of parents, as they prepare us for the realities of life.

At the end of the book (in the e-book version) the kids will find puzzles and games created especially for them

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Author: Daniel Gershkovitz

From the bestselling children's author Daniel Gershkovitz, a new educational story will help children to enhance their self-confidence, sense of capability, and self-esteem.

The Friendly Scorpion is the third book in the new series We Can Do It 2!: Stories for Brave Little Kids.

The story will teach any child that prejudice can be dangerous. Everyone deserves a fair chance and should be allowed to follow their heart.

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Author: Daniel Gershkobitz

From the bestselling children's author Daniel Gershkovitz, a new educational story will help children to enhance their self-confidence, sense of capability, and self-esteem.

 

The Forgiving Beaver is the fourth book in the new series We Can Do It 2!: Stories for Brave Little Kids.

The story will teach the kids that we must accept those who are different from us, even in the face of peer pressure. Forgiveness is the key to friendship.

At the end of the book (in the e-book version) the kids will find puzzles and games created especially for them.

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Author: Chrissy Metge

Max is a little boy with a huge imagination, his adventures are to encourage and inspire children to use their imagination wherever they are! 

 

The collection includes:

  1. The Beach: Today Mother and Max are going to the beach to build a sand dragon and soon Max finds himself flying with the dragon over the sea and making new friends.,

  2. The Safari: Max has a cold. He plays in his bedroom with his animal toys. WOOOSH! Suddenly Max finds himself in Africa on a real Safari!

  3. The Sandpit: Max is playing in a sandpit with his toy digger, then all of a sudden he is in a huge quarry driving a real digger and making friends with dinosaurs!

  4. The Race Car: Max makes a great racing car out of a cardboard box, he finds out to win a race you need fuel which means having a good breakfast before starting the day.

  5. The Shadow: Max discovers an imaginary world with tigers who show him shadows can be so much fun and Max finds out in the end he isn't scared of shadows after all!

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Author: Angela Lindsey

“The students at West Charm School will soon be going on their first EVER field trip . . . to New York City!”

It’s time for another magical adventure, and this time, magic is traveling to New York! In Waverly and Bobby Take New York City, there’s plenty to see and learn.

Waverly and Bobby’s first field trip is full of fun and surprises. From magical museums to wizardry conventions, there’s something new on every page. A few unexpected lessons pop up along the way.

As Waverly, Bobby, and their friends navigate magic in the Big Apple, they discover new secrets about magical history. But magic isn’t always what it seems. Some spells are dangerous, and some magical artifacts are best left alone. When Waverly breaks the rules and touches a powerful ancient spell book, her witch powers disappear! Will Waverly, Bobby, and their friends find a way to get Waverly’s magic back before the field trip is over?

Waverly and Bobby Take New York City is a fun, fast-paced story that is perfect for young readers who loved the first book in the series, Waverly the Witch. As readers discover more about the magical world, they’ll learn the importance of following the rules and being kind, helpful members of their communities.

Waverly and Bobby Take New York City is a children’s picture book aimed at readers aged 3 to 9, but it will be a fast favorite among readers of all ages. Read the story, learn from Waverly’s magical mistakes, and search the book’s illustrations for signs of hidden magic!

Young readers will love Waverly and Bobby’s field trip adventure, where they learn far more than they could have expected. By the end of the story, children will be ready to follow the rules as they take on their own magical adventures.