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“Zuri’s hair lets her be her! It coils and kinks to perfectly match a princess tiara or a superhero cape.
Is your child a saver or a spender? Teaching our children to make choices with money is important because in too few years they need to manage their own money to support themselves.
Have you ever wondered why we need mosquitoes in the world? While this book might not make you like mosquitoes, it will help you appreciate and feel at peace with the mosquito.
In The Gardener by Sarah Stewart, little Lydia Grace shows her love for her gruff uncle through her extraordinary talent with growing things. The story provides a great lesson for our children that giving time and talent can be more powerful than money.
Jorge is learning English. He wants to be like the other boys and girls in his class, while also being true to his Latinx culture. Jorge’s journey is very similar to a lot of children migrating to the United States.
Draw a circle around yourself and consider the love you have inside. Then consider what happens when we share that love with the world. “The Circles All Around Us” challenges the reader to open themselves up to others and in doing so, make the world a better place.
In today’s world, it’s often easy to be so busy rushing about that we forget to pause and appreciate all the living things around us. Spiders and bugs can seem like pests. Bears and raccoons can seem like nothing more than a nuisance.