Gentle Willow : A Story for Children about Dying
GENTLE WILLOW 
What's better than combining bath time and playtime? How about adding these bath toys in the mix. They make bath time a breeze!
Nutrient-rich routines for your future foodie start with wholesome baby food. From baby food makers and accessories to where to find baby food recipes, we'll help you discover the tools you need for homemade baby food.
Before starting your little one on solid foods, be sure to talk with your pediatrician about meal safety and foods to avoid.
Many kids with siblings often find themselves sharing a bedroom at some point in time. Although territorial disputes are inevitable, parents can implement a few design tactics in the kids' room to make family life in a compact home a little calmer. Use the following hardworking furniture and storage items to accommodate all of the kids in the room.
We all face the same post-holiday predicament. What are we going to do with those heaping piles of new stuff? The answer is in a New Year refresh we're all motivated to participate in. Enlist the kids' help in cleanup time with these savvy storage products from Houzz.
Spring break gets the wheels turning for creative ways to improve the backyard before summer. How can we maximize our time outside this year? Houzz has 10 ideas for turning your yard into the neighborhood hangout.
The bathroom is where we start and end our day. If it's a fun and welcoming space, morning routines run smoother and bath time is a breeze. Parents don't have to dedicate their single-bathroom home to a youthful theme, but making it appeal to children will engrain the importance of self-care and hygiene at an early age. Here are 10 kid-friendly ideas for decorating a bathroom that everyone will love.
Having trouble picking out toys that your kids will love and you can feel good about buying? Let us help you with this guide to our favorite natural, sustainable, environmentally friendly toys.
Pleasing teenage girls can often be a challenge, especially when it comes to helping them pick out clothes or room decor. If you have a teenager who loves boho style and is in need of a little bedroom revamp, look no further. Your teen will be shocked at how well you know the boho trend when she sees these gypsy-inspired bedroom picks.
Adults are due for some much-needed peace and quiet as the Christmas craze fizzles out. To carve out some precious alone time this winter, design a space that will hold your kids' attention for hours a day. It should be a room that bursts with color and piques curiosity with a strategic variety of learning and play toys. To help you create this space we rounded up 10 playroom staples to help kids battle cabin fever while they're holed up inside on snow days.
Summer vacation means one thing: Your yard is about to become a sea of kids' toys that have found a new home in the outdoors. If you're struggling to keep up with the chaos, shop this list of genius finds from Houzz that make staying organized a breeze.
Mastering the art of diapering requires proper instruction, and the right diaper changing accessories. Managing the mess can be downright icky at times, but having the correct sized diaper as well as baby wipes that suit your baby's skin needs, makes all the difference. Be prepared for any and all potential diapering dilemmas—there are sure to be a few—by learning more about your diapering options.
Homework can be a stressful affair for everyone involved. Juggling after-school activities, meal prep and housework, it often takes a village to get reading assignments, flashcards and worksheets completed at a decent hour. We've yet to find out how to make schoolwork magically disappear altogether, but we can tip parents off on how to make the situation more manageable. Here's how to create a quiet, supervised and streamlined area where kids can study at home.
Pregnancy can make it difficult to find trendy and stylish swimsuits, but it's not impossible. We've rounded up some of our favorite belly-friendly suits that you'll actually want to wear.
Acquiring all the products needed to care for your children can be expensive and overwhelming. But you can make the experience a lot less stressful for yourself and your family with quality tools and toys that can be used for all your children.
Paperback, Mascot Books Inc, 2013, ISBN13 9781620864104, ISBN10 162086410X
Introducing our bubble book reborn: How to Make Monstrous, Huge, Unbelievably Big Bubbles. The original text has been streamlined ...and updated, and the photos are now full color so the bubbles can be appreciated in all their rainbow-hued glory. Of course, it still comes with David Stein's phenomenal Bubble Thing, along with tips and techniques for getting the most out of it. Comes With: Bubble thing toy- Create wonderful things - Be good - Have fun read more
Paperback, Gareth Stevens Pub, 2014, ISBN13 9781433998553, ISBN10 1433998556
A heartwarming tale describing what it is like to be close to a grandparent who has been diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease. Throu...gh gentle narration and easy-to-understand explanations, this book explains Alzheimer's disease and how it affects children, read more
Go Free or Die: A Story About Harriet Tubman
Errol and his teddy, Thomas, are best friends who do everything together. Whether it's riding a bike, playing in the tree house, h...aving a tea party, or all of the above, every day holds something fun to do. One sunny day, Errol finds that Thomas is sad, even when they are playing in their favorite ways. Errol can't figure out why, until Thomas finally tells Errol what the teddy has been afraid to say: “In my heart, I've always known that I'm a girl teddy, not a boy teddy. I wish my name was Tilly, not Thomas.” And Errol says, “I don't care if you're a girl teddy or a boy teddy! What matters is that you are my friend.”Introducing Teddy introduces the youngest readers to understanding gender identity and transition in an accessible and heart-warming story about being true to yourself and being a good friend. read more
Hibble Pibble and Zibble was originally hand-written in 1963 by Arthur Michel Strauss as a bedtime story that he would read to his... children.As of March 19th, 2017 Arthur is now 91 years old and suffers from dementia. It has been his dream to have his story published before the end of his life. To honor his dream and creativity, and his loving, caring heart, it is now proudly published for all the world to enjoy.A journey of three frogs, Hibble, Pibble, and Zibble who lived in the town of Tibble. While taking a shortcut through the woods on their way to the Jitterhop dance in the neighboring town of Jibble, Hibble, Pibble, and Zibble become overwhelmed by a sudden darkness in the forest and Pibble disappears. read more
Alexander's little brother, Benjamin, doesn't do things the way Alexander thinks he should. He would rather stare at the wall than... play with Alexander. And instead of talking, he just wiggles his fingers and rocks. Alexander knows it's wrong, but he can't help but feel embarrassed when one of his friends calls Benjamin a wacko. When Benjamin's family learns that he has autism, they hire special teachers to teach him how to listen and talk and play. Alexander is glad he just wants Benjamin to grow up faster. While Benjamin works with his teachers, Alexander works through his feelings of disappointment and jealousy. As time passes and each boy grows, Alexander discovers that Benjamin isn't just his brother he is also his friend. Alexandra Jessup Altman is a Senior Interventionist at the Autism Spectrum Program at the HowardCenter for Human Services and lives in Vermont. Through her work, she knows that it is not easy for siblings of children with disabilities. An author's note read more
The Mindful Monster is the second book in Darcie Nuttall's "Mindfulness Series." This story follows a bear named Oliver through a ...variety of encounters with his mindfulness monster. Oliver resists the monster at first but then he learns to listen to the m read more
A Children's Story Collection is a book of stories for children from ages 4 to 13. There are stories about birds and animals and t...here are stories about school and some of the adventurous things that the author did as a child. Several of the stories are from his book Life on Pigeon Creek. Many of these stories from Life on Pigeon Creek were published in local newspapers when the author was an Outdoor Columnist. Two of the stories have been in a humorous children's book that was published a few years ago. Included in this book are also two short stage plays: The Grumbling Grasshopper and The Eagle and the Hummingbird. There are riddles and jokes about animals, bugs, and trees. There is even a game where you cannot get a wrong answer only a funny one. There are a few tiny nursery rhymes for the very young and then there are stories that will even make adults laugh. One story, The Cowfly, was written after the author's son, Elijah, came up with the idea. Elijah was ten years old at the time and even did most of the artwork for his story. It is also included. read more
"Zootopians" is a story about the animal kingdom. Its intended audience is for kindergarten through third grade. It is a darling b...ook sure to captivate its readers as it explores living a healthy lifestyle, the idea of freedom, and a better world for all. read more
It's time for five-year-old Molly's yearly check-up with Dr Ryan, and she's scared she'll have to get a shot. Dr Ryan uses gentle ...redirection, humor, and imagination to help Molly relax and have fun during each step of the exam. As each body part gets checked, Molly is invited to imagine herself as a different animal. read more
The Adventures of Jack and Diane: A Christian Children's Story about Sports
Simple text and colorful illustrations introduce various marsupials. The afterword provides futher information about the illustrat...ions. read more
Describes the anatomy, behavior, and habitat of various crustaceans, including the lobster, crab, and shrimp.
A new addition to the award-winning natural science series for young children looks at the fascinating world of mollusks. Author a...nd former elementary school teacher Cathryn Sill and her husband, noted wildlife illustrator John Sill, offer young readers a first glimpse into the natural world of mollusks in their latest book in the acclaimed ABOUT?series. In simple, easy-to-understand language children learn what mollusks are, how they look, how they move, what they eat, and where they live. The beautifully detailed, full-color illustrations reflect the vast diversity of the mollusk population-from a sixteen-foot long Giant Pacific Octopus to an eight-inch Banana Slug-and present each in its natural habitat. The afterword, which provides details on the mollusks featured, will inspire young readers to learn more. read more
Educator and author Cathryn Sill uses simple, easy-to-understand language to teach children what penguins are, how they look, how ...they move, what they eat, and where they live. Illustrator John Sill introduces readers to a variety of penguins, from the Ad lie to the Rockhopper to the Emperor. An afterword provides details on the animals featured and inspires young readers to learn more. read more
The Sills tackle the amazing and varied world of insects in this easy-to-read natural science book created for young children. Rea...ders will find accurate, detailed information on the form, habitat, and behavior of insects as well as full-color, realistic illustrations that depict these creatures in their respective natural surroundings. read more
Describing the basic characteristics all amphibians share, "About Amphibians" explores everything from methods of communication to... protection against enemies. A wonderful introduction to the world of frogs, toads and salamanders, as well as the features t read more
In simple, easy-to-understand language children learn what fish are, how they swim, breathe, and reproduce, and the different ways... they protect themselves from predators. The beautifully detailed, full-color illustrations reflect the diversity of the fish population- from an Arctic Char to a Porcupine Fish-and present each in its natural underwater habitat. An afterword, which provides further details on the fish portrayed, will inspire young readers to learn more. read more
A Little Book About Confession for Children
Let's Play 'Rithmetic: Children's Stories about Ancient Figures and Figuring
With sweeping brush strokes, God painted his creation across the emptiness. 'Let there be light, ' he called into the darkness, an...d a sweep of brightness blazed across the blank canvas. The Story for Children isn't just another collection of Bible stories-it's The Story-the big picture of God's enormous love for his children Presented by bestselling author and pastor Max Lucado with Randy Frazee and Karen Hill, these 48 pivotal stories show how God has a great and grand and glorious vision, beginning with Creation and ending with the promise that Jesus is coming again. Each story is personalized with God's Message and accompanied by vibrant illustrations from accomplished artist Fausto Bianchi that help bring the Bible to life for readers young and old read more
A Swiss children storybook about morals and faith as told by Douglas Murray and Vreni Gehring. A DELIGHTFUL WAY OF BUILDING LOVING... HEARTS AND MINDS… CHRISTIAN SHORT STORIES FOR CHILDREN, AS TOLD IN SWITZERLAND1. OF SMALL JOBS AND BIG JOBS A fun story about sharing housework and fairness 2. THE MAN WHO SOLD CAPS Teaches a child to always think before imitating others 3. THE LOST KITTEN A story about belonging, about being God’s children 4. THE FARMER AND THE DONKEY God shows us he can use anything and anybody to do His work; he can even use you and me. 5. OF HARD TASKS AND EASY ONES We never know what anybody else’s job is like, until we have to do it ourselves 6. DR CRAB A perfect little story to teach about guilt and forgiveness 7. THE WOODCUTTER A delightful tale about being happy with what you have 8. THE FOUR-LEGGED CHICKEN What God has created is good as it is: let’s not change it. 9. SHOES A hilarious story to help kids remember, that if unhappy, work on yourself first! 10. THE OLD LADY WHO COMPLAINED TOO MUCH A charming story about learning to say thank you instead of complaining 11. CRABS To really learn, you have to study every day, not just on special days; Learn about God every day, not just on Sunday 12. CHRISTMAS TINSEL A story about getting ready for Jesus and for Christmas read more
Format: Paperback; Subject: Children's Fiction, Readers; Publisher: ALAMO PR (TX)