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*RWISA AUTHOR, BETTE A. STEVENS:
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*RWISA AUTHOR, HARRIET HODGSON:
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Whether it’s changing seasons, changing scenes, or observing wildlife, nature adds wonder to our lives.First Steps, First Snow (based on a true story) describes a magical walk in the woods on a winter night.
The poem guides readers on the walk and encourages the observation of nature. Watercolor illustrations show nocturnal animals that live in forests.
At the end, the two children and the animals are all snug and sound asleep — a perfect bedtime story for readers of all ages.
Hodgson believes that great leadership can be learned from a young age. This beautifully illustrated and thoughtful book is meant to be shared and enjoyed while giving children tools to find their own unique gifts and the values that make great leaders.
From the very first page, Grief Doodling invites action. Topics range from the benefits of doodling, to why doodling is fun, to doodling tips, and responding to doodling prompts. The prompts, based on grief research, promote self-worth and healing.
This is a hopeful book—something all grieving kids need.
*AUTHOR, MARETHA BOTHA:
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*AUTHOR, ROBBIE CHEADLE:
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Sir Chocolate and Lady Sweet’s son, Chocolate Fudge, sees one of Lord Humbug’s dogs struggling to stay afloat in the hot chocolate pond. Can Chocolate Fudge save the sugar dog from drowning?
Join Sir Chocolate and Lady Sweet on a fun adventure to discover why the milkshake rain is pale and white.
What was it like for children growing up in rural Suffolk during World War 2?
Elsie and her family live in a small double-story cottage in Bungay, Suffolk. Every night she lies awake listening anxiously for the sound of the German bomber planes. Often they come and the air raid siren sounds signaling that the family must leave their beds and venture out to the air-raid shelter in the garden.
Despite the war raging across the English channel, daily life continues with its highlights, such as Christmas and the traditional Boxing Day fox hunt, and its wary moments when Elsie learns the stories of Jack Frost and the ghostly and terrifying Black Shuck that haunts the coastline and countryside of East Anglia. Includes some authentic World War 2 recipes
The adventures of Sir Chocolate and Lady Sweet in poetry form. Michael came up with the idea of Sir Chocolate and Lady Sweet and many of the characters contained in the books, when he was ten years old. His ideas were such fun that Robbie decided to turn them into little verse books for his entertainment. The book contains recipes for children to make with adult assistance.
Book 2 of the Sir Chocolate series: Sir Chocolate and Lady Sweet find a lost baby cookie monster. Join them on an adventure to return the baby to its mother and learn how to make some of their delicious recipes at the same time.
A greedy snail damages the flower fields and the fondant bees are in danger of starving. Join Sir Chocolate on an adventure to find the fruit drop fairies who have magic healing powers and discover how to make some of his favourite foods on the way.
Sir Chocolate and Lady Sweet get sugar water from the Sugar Crystal Caves to make delicious goodies for their shop. Unfortunately, something is making the crystals melt. What can Sir Chocolate do? Includes four lovely new recipes.
The Condensed Milk River where Sir Chocolate goes fishing has stopped flowing. The water creatures are losing their homes. Can Sir Chocolate and Lady Sweet solve this problem? Five lovely new recipes are also included.
Number 6 in the Sir Chocolate series: Five zoo animals go missing and Sir Chocolate needs to find them. Includes five lovely new recipes.
When the George family go on holiday to Cape Town, Cautious Craig cannot believe what he has to endure at the hands of his naughty and wilful younger brother, Silly Willy. Willy throws tantrums at the most embarrassing and inappropriate times, causes a commotion on the aeroplane and tries to steal a chameleon from Butterfly World. What is a poor older brother expected to do in these situations?