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  • God's One Language

    Teaching Children Than Amongst Our Visible Differences, We Are All The Same by

    Dianne De Jong strives to teach children that amongst our visible differences, we are all the same. While on a mission trip in Haiti, Dianne was speaking with a sweet, faith-filled, elderly Haitian man. Although this man did not speak a word of ...


  • Dominique, Ambassador of Joy

    Nana's Service Dog by

    What is a service dog, and why does Nana Jan have one? Dominique is a very special little dog who has the power to put a smile on anyone’s face. Nana’s trained service and therapy dog goes everywhere with her—even to yoga! She helps Nana Jan with ...


  • I Love to Read My Numbers

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    The I Love to Read Books are foundational tools that help your child get a head start in reading. Each book comprises of short, simple and easy to read sight words for their different developmental levels. These books were developed to create a ...


  • Daphne the Blind Dog Gets Adopted

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    Daphne is a blind dog who has arrived at an animal rescue facility. People are kind to her there, but she is still nervous and on guard. Daphne can’t see anything, but her ability to smell, hear, feel, and know helps her to understand the world ...


  • Mmm! INSECTALICIOUS!

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    This slimy scenario started in our yard during the summer months. As we told the story over and over throughout the years it became such a family favorite. A great laugh for all of us. It well deserves to be preserved and shared as a family memoir ...


  • All the Things You Could Be

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    Children love to dream of what they’ll be when they grow up, and there are so many jobs to choose from! For instance, they could be astronauts, teachers, doctors or athletes. Indeed, they could travel to outer space, and they could also use those ...


  • I Am the Boss of My Body

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    I Am the Boss of My Body explains to children exactly as the title suggests - that they are the boss of their bodies! It explains to children what they should do if someone touches their body. More importantly, it explains what children should do if ...


  • Slime Queen

    Journey of a Nine Year Old Entrepreneur by

    "To my young readers: Remember, you are never too young to have dreams and aspire to reach your goals. Being yourself is the best thing because you are unique and you can accomplish anything that you put your mind to." Love, Alayna Ffrench. Alayna ...


  • Chin Up

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    For sadness is normal, it comes and it goes. Just like the ocean, it ebbs and it flows. Some days, you can’t stop from crying. Maybe you even want to disappear. We often feel embarrassed when someone notices us feeling sad. We might even put on a ...


  • One Bully at a Time

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    Why bully someone? Bullying is a painful reality and a major challenge in society. Any opportunity we have to talk openly about bullying, especially to children, should be embraced. Tackled with tenderness and rhyme, One Bully at a Time will be a ...