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By J. Althea Solomon
To a child, even an adult, one of the most devastating things to happen is the loss of someone dear. This short children’s ballad encourages children to embrace the positives, as sad as their loss might be, remembering the good things about those whom they have lost, taking lessons from their lives, and creating wonderful memories that can last forever.
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By J. Althea Solomon
A short story about love, family, and a woman who lived for a very long time. Mama Rita’s “pumpkins” as it turns out, were not really pumpkins at all, but far more precious. This story shares the love of family, and even introduces a bit of math for those learning to count by ten.
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By J. Althea Solomon
To a child, even an adult, one of the most devastating things to happen is the loss of someone dear. This short children’s ballad encourages children to embrace the positives, as sad as their loss might be, remembering the good things about those whom they have lost, taking lessons from their lives, and creating wonderful memories that can last forever.
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By J. Althea Solomon
A short story about love, family, and a woman who lived for a very long time. Mama Rita’s “pumpkins” as it turns out, were not really pumpkins at all, but far more precious. This story shares the love of family, and even introduces a bit of math for those learning to count by ten.
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By Laura White
Christine was always getting into mischievous trouble with Mommy. Like when she gave the neighbors cat a haircut. “O, Christine!” Mommy would say. Until one day, Christine gave Mommy the surprise of her life. “O, Christine, I love you!”
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By Laura White
Christine was always getting into mischievous trouble with Mommy. Like when she gave the neighbors cat a haircut. “O, Christine!” Mommy would say. Until one day, Christine gave Mommy the surprise of her life. “O, Christine, I love you!”
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By Joy Althea Solomon
“Cracker” Jack A story about a little boy, Jack, who just loves to eat crackers, but who does not like sharing at all, until one very unfortunate event involving one of the crackers he loved so much. Jack soon realizes that not only is it bad to eat too much, and too fast, but it is so much nicer to share.
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By Joy Althea Solomon
“Cracker” Jack A story about a little boy, Jack, who just loves to eat crackers, but who does not like sharing at all, until one very unfortunate event involving one of the crackers he loved so much. Jack soon realizes that not only is it bad to eat too much, and too fast, but it is so much nicer to share.
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By Sonia Lipford
Molly and the Purple String is about a little girl who didn’t want to play with the toys she had in her room. After cleaning her room Molly tried to amuse herself by asking to help her mother and father. She even asked to play with her brother. She went for a walk since she had no luck at her house when she was met by her friend Jackie. The suggestion of going to the park was mentioned, and that’s where they went to play until they both got hungry because it was almost time for dinner.   The purple string was found by Molly after leaving the park as the two friends were on their way home. Molly had fun with her friend at the park and with the string as they continued home, but she got even more excited about the things she could do with the purple string.
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By Sonia Lipford
Molly and the Purple String is about a little girl who didn’t want to play with the toys she had in her room. After cleaning her room Molly tried to amuse herself by asking to help her mother and father. She even asked to play with her brother. She went for a walk since she had no luck at her house when she was met by her friend Jackie. The suggestion of going to the park was mentioned, and that’s where they went to play until they both got hungry because it was almost time for dinner.   The purple string was found by Molly after leaving the park as the two friends were on their way home. Molly had fun with her friend at the park and with the string as they continued home, but she got even more excited about the things she could do with the purple string.
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By Denice Finn
'What Is A Family' is about different dynamics of families - it shows children that they are part of family no matter who they live with. It helps to teach children that everyone's family is made up of different people and each child's family is unique and something to be proud of.
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By Lynley van der Weert
Mum says there’s a Snoreasaurus living under her bed. One night Caleb isn’t feeling well so she goes into mums bedroom. Do you think he will see the Snoreasaurus?
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By Denice Finn
'What Is A Family' is about different dynamics of families - it shows children that they are part of family no matter who they live with. It helps to teach children that everyone's family is made up of different people and each child's family is unique and something to be proud of.
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By Chris Sarappo
School is finally out for the summer. Christopher is so excited! Now he can stay up late, have no homework and play all day. Like many kids, toys soon become boring. Christopher was no different. He wanted to do something exciting. Christopher has an idea that will be so much fun. He wants to go into the cornfield all by himself. There is one problem, Mom. His mom told him many times not to go into the cornfield, because he could get lost or hurt. Christopher did not want to think about the danger. He also wanted to see if there really was a scarecrow that walked around the cornfields if one dared to enter. Will Christopher listen to his mom or will he go anyway? Will he meet the scarecrow face to face? Remember, stay out of the cornfield!
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By Judith Z. Brutus
Jacob learns his first words but does not understand what they mean. Can you begin to imagine how he will interact with everyone?
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