Do you have kids? Do you have grandkids? Do you know someone with a kid? Do you like any of these kids? If the answer is yes to any of those questions, then this is the book for you. When I Was 5 series books are activity books for your child to record their childhood. When I Was 5 books will be fun for your child to fill out and complete now, and even more fun for you and them to look back on ten years from now. When I was 5 is an all-in-one book that has questions for your child to record their interests. It also has fun activities like having your child draw their family, a dinosaur, and other things to show their artistic abilities. When I was 5 also has pages in the book for your child to attach pictures to keep them safe. The book also has journal pages and pages for them to draw. Finally, at the end of the book, there are instructions on how to make a folder out of the last two pages to store mementos like report cards, school work, or anything else they want to preserve in a safe place. When I Was 5 offers one convenient book to act as a time capsule for your child. Have your child complete them all to see how they changed and grew.More info →
Mommy's Classroom Curriculum is designed to help parents to implement a flexible and efficient homeschool learning plan. Every child deserves to have the opportunity to receive a strong educational foundation. This program delivers an easy to follow program plan, and it is geared towards being cost effective.More info →
In this story, Stefphon Jefferson goes to the heart of what it means to be a World Changer.
You must come to know and understand your gifts
In continual effort you will grow and cultivate those gifts
Through serving others you will help to inspire
Are you ready to be a World Changer? If so, join Lux on a journey to see where you will go and what it takes to stand out.
J.L and Becky Arnold
Luxton's dad takes his son on a walk to talk about personal leadership. He offers Luxton to look at leadership as finding and serving his gift. With this new way of thinking, access to gifts are at the palm of his hand. Which gift will he serve?
A World Changer is not someone who blends in, but someone who stands out and stands up ready to make a difference! As the first of a series, this book is a practical illustration for children and parents alike on how to lead and succeed no matter the age or background.
Young Alez has questions. What's up with everybody anyway? Why all the sudden changes in the way people are behaving - especially Mailman Mike? Everything and everybody seems different. Her parents help Alez understand that in many ways the world has changed. Alez’s parents try to explain to their young daughter how some teeny tiny invisible germs have seemingly turned the world upside down. Alez and her parents then embark on an important though fun-filled quest to see what happened to cause the world health crisis, and what their family can do to help keep themselves and others safe in this new world.More info →
The Emotion, the Tree and Me: Your Guide To Discussing Emotional Health and Wellness With Your Children
Social and emotional learning (SEL) enhances our youth’s capacity to connect with others (interpersonal skills), develop a healthy relationship with themselves (intrapersonal skills), and accurately perceive the world so they can manage behaviors and deal effectively and ethically with daily tasks and challenges (self-control).More info →
Albert is a curious six-year-old. He draws pictures of everything that is important to him. When he draws pictures of himself, he is a superhero with a cape and a big red "A" on his shirt. For many nights, Albert is visited by a mystical unicorn who always reminds him that he is brave. He proves her right when he, with the unicorn's help, rescues the neighbor's dog, Rusty, from a very deep well.More info →
Children express grief sometimes differently from adults. Coping with a parent's suicide brings additional challenges. "A Heart for Daddy" is to help children normalize their grief, and to offer the surviving parent information to help the child move forward in the healing process.More info →
Lyda and Tom decorate their house with colored lights, skulls and Jack-o-Lanterns for the Halloween. They dreamt that their friends visited them and together went out for Trick or Treating at Hemway Street. As they set their lunch table that is when they have a KNOCK...KNOCK...More info →
This book, Education Emergency is necessary because urban education is in a state of crisis. The endless cycle of teachers abandoning our urban youth and fleeing inner-city schools for their suburban counterparts, out of classroom positions or other professions has been and continues to be a tremendous problem.More info →
Amy and Justin have settled in their new home in New York City! But, the downside is that the house they have bought is out of ordinary. They soon learn that there is a secret message upon their eyes. When they understand the wordings, they are later taken into a wonderland. But not just any wonderland; a land within the walls. Everything is antique and old, but it has a magical essence. Due to this discovery they learn that the house is owned by another woman, and this woman just happens to be an enchantress! Little do they know, the enchantress is disguised as an old woman, and she will do whatever it takes to teach these children a lesson! Join the adventure of Amy and Justin while they figure out this puzzling mystery. Within the Walls is ready for you!More info →
This is a heartwarming story about four young animal outcasts: a unicorn, a frog, an ant and a dragon, who embark on a life-changing journey of self-discovery, friendship, wonder and wisdom. Come along with these adorable creatures, as they navigate the turbulent waters of pre-adolescence, to embark on a quest to find the temple of Unicornia, to have their questions answered.Important themes are:It’s ok to be different.Do not judge others.You have your own power in you-find it! Appreciate your uniqueness.More info →