In this marvelous children's book The Little Bear Who Wanted to Fly, Cubby is a little bear with a serious problem. He is gifted with an amazing curiosity and an imagination that quite often leads him into adventures that even he couldn't imagine. Sitting high up on a limb in the tallest pine tree in the forest, Cubby tries to understand what he sees. His two loyal friends Chatter and Crunch busily study Cubby. Now what is he thinking about? they ask. He is always do loyal friends Chatter and Crunch busily study Cubby. Now what is he thinking about? they ask. He is always daydreaming and using his imagination to try and solve mysteries that only he ponders. Chatter and Crunch have noticed that Cubby has been more mysterious than usual. What must he be trying to figure out? His two friends are determined to find out. Little do they know that they are going to play a huge part in Cubby's new and most exciting adventure! The Little Bear Who Wanted to Fly challenges its readers to dream and dream big that no dream is too big or out of reach. The book inspires all children and adults alike to reach for the sky and believe in the impossible.… read more
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The Little Girl Who Wanted To Fly takes readers of all ages on a journey from dream to reality. This 20th Anniversary Commemorativ...e book based on actual events retells in simplicity the true life story of Victoria 'Vicki' Van Meter, a little girl who through focus and persistence makes her dreams come true. Written by her mother, and illustrated with pictures of real-life events, the book blends the themes of determination and courage and weaves them into a delightfully inspirational and motivational true tale of triumph for young and old alike. read more
Winner at the 2016 Moonbeam Children's Book Awards“Bear wants to fly!” is the amazing news that has all of theforest animals talki...ng. Some of them think it’s impossible, but . . .why not give it a try? Bear Wants to Fly is an emotional tale about the benefits of working as a team, and the importance of fighting for your dreams, however impossible they may seem.Guided Reading Level: O, Lexile Level: 690LDon't miss the booktrailer! Read the first pages: read more
This book is the first of a series of fables that the author is aiming to publish. Some of the fables have been read to schoolchil...dren, who found them interesting. The author hopes that more children will get interested in these fables and will appreciate the freedom that the fable, as a genre, can provide to the imagination. The author encourages readers to use their imagination and to create their own fables. "We are surrounded by fables. We just need to have closer look at life to identify the themes. You can create a fable yourself. Give it a try" - Ruzanna Topchyan You are reading the first book of the author in English. The second book is coming soon. read more
Poor little bear! He’s supposed to hibernate—but if he does, he’ll sleep right through Christmas! What can he do? Winter is coming..., and it’s time for little bear to settle in for his long cold-weather nap. But that means he won’t get to celebrate Christmas with his woodland friends, and he’s very sad. Can his pals find a clever way to help him join in the fun? This heartwarming, holiday picture book captures the festive spirit of the holiday and the beauty of friendship. read more
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Harmony the Hummingbird is the second character in the Real GIRLS Enterprises Read to Me, Please! series. She is a beautiful hummi...ngbird with many gifts and abilities. In The Hummingbird Who Wanted To Sing, Harmony learns and teaches many lessons about discovering your own gifts and abilities. The Hummingbird Who Wanted To Sing is the second book in the Read To Me, Please! series. It is designed to excite and engage young readers. Helping children develop a passion for reading while learning life's little lessons is a great investment with an even greater return. read more
This is a book that helps young readers realize not to be something they are not. As in the book, Domino wants to moo like a cow o...nly because she thinks she looks like one. But then later as she comes to her senses, she starts to realize, why does she want to moo like a cow when she can meow like the cat she is? read more
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Kupu the Gecko was feeling so sad! And oh, great geckos! The problem he had! He had a great body, so long and thin, BUT-He didn't ...like the color of his skin! With imaginative, lyrical writing from the award-winning author; accompanied by whimsical, colorful illustrations, keikis and adults will love and enjoy this book. read more
Herman, the baby flamingo, was born with gray feathers. He was curious why he did not look like his family, so Herman sets off to ...ask his friends in the Amazon forest to help him find the right color.Herman turns many different colors until he finally finds the right one. read more
Robby has a problem. He is afraid of heights. Now this wouldn't be so bad if he was a little boy, but Robby is a bird! It's a scar...y world out there for a bird that won't fly. All sorts of mean creatures live on the ground and Robby Robin just might meet one. It is on just such a day when Robby realizes what it means to be a bird - to be closer to his family and to the blessed Creator who made him! Robby Robin is the story of one little critter's realization of purpose. God made him for a reason. He made Robby to fly. We all have God-given gifts and He wants us to use them. So join Robby as he discovers what it means to be a bird; what it means to be brave; and what it means to trust in the God who created him to fly! read more
Princess Gabby isn’t your typical young royal. Her shoes are always scuffed and her socks are never quite in place. While her hair... may be messy, she never leaves home without her tiara on her head. Sick and tired of being small, Princess Gabby is bound and determined to be tall like her big sister, Princess Bella. When her mother says she can’t buy a magic bean to help her grow, Princess Gabby takes matters into her own hands. She opens up her bank, goes to the market, and buys a magic bean all on her own. But things don’t work out quite as she planned, and now she has to deal with an unhappy situation. What’s a princess to do when she doesn’t get what she wants? In this children’s story, a little princess disobeys her mother and eats a magic bean—only to discover that things do not work out as she planned. read more
"The Little Elephant Who Wants To Fall Asleep" is a charming story about a young elephant named Ellen who tries to go to sleep by ...journeying through a magical forest that is reminiscent of your child's own nighttime rituals. read more
Bear loves to dance - ballet, tap, swing, even breakdance. But there's just one problem: he doesn't seem to be very good at it. On...e day Bear spots a poster for an ice-skating competition - only for bears. Despite feeling nervous on the first day, Bear's swishing, twizzling performance is amazing. The judges award him 10 out of 10 and he wins the gold medal. The other animals who laughed at Bear's dancing suddenly discover that ice skating isn't quite as easy as they thought. read more
All kids have have dreams. Some strive to achieve them, while others just wait for a miracle to happen. This is the story of 10-ye...ar-old Krish, who aspires to become a superhero. His friends help him to make his dream come true. Does Krish metamorphose into a superhero? Well, read to find out. read more
Ajani does not like to read at all, but his mother wants him to read. Cleverly, Baina, Ajani's mother, comes up with a plan to get... Ajani to read. Will her plan work? read more
The little tree doesn’t like the things that keep happening to him, such as leaves growing and falling off and the wind forcing hi...m to do tricky gymnastic moves. He continues to dream about returning to the safety and warmth of the seed in the ground, until one day, when a terrible crisis forces him to grow up and make the decision to live according to his full potential, as a tall, strong tree. The book is intended for children ages 3-10, for whom changes in life can often be frightening. The young readers quickly learn that life forces us to change, and that if we fail to embrace change, we run the risk of being constantly miserable, like the little tree used to be. Through the tree’s story, young readers find the courage to face their own difficulties and come to terms with the changes life throws at them. In this meaningful and humorous book, the author and illustrator, Tammara Or Slilat, gives young readers the opportunity to use their imagination and become co-creators of the book by adding text bubbles and coloring its beautiful black and white illustrations. read more
Pinky the Pig is tired of being pink, so he tries many schemes to make himself a different color. Each new effort to change his co...lor brings disaster. In the end Pinky learns to be happy with the way he is uniquely made. This book contains discussion questions and art activities to extend the learning and the fun. read more
"Parker is his name, a happy little penguin. But he couldn’t help feeling he was missing something.” Follow Parker, a plucky littl...e penguin, on his adventure of discovery and friendship. read more
Fatso the Green Tree Frog loves to watch birds in action and has a secret desire to fly. Even though his friends and family don't ...understand him, he keeps on trying. Join Fatso in his unrelenting and sometimes funny journey to reach his goal against all the odds. Then find out the life lesson at the end. read more
5 Book set in slip case. Who Wants an Old Teddy Bear?, The Runaway Teddy Bear, The Bear Next Door, One Teddy Bear is Enough!, and ...The Big Bad Bully Bear. All books written and illustrated by Ginnie Hofmann. read more