The new classic, A Little Christmas Tree, is the story of a small Scotch Pine whose greatest wish is to be a family’s Christmas tree.
Year after year, Little Tree is passed over. He wonders why no one will choose him. His wise mother encourages him to be patient and reminds him he will bring the true meaning of Christmas into a family’s home.
Finally, the day comes. He is chosen and heads down into town. But the road is perilous. When Little Tree’s beautiful branch snaps in an accident, his path is forever altered.
Will anyone choose a broken Christmas tree to bring into their home?
What Little Tree doesn’t realize is that there is a much grander plan for him.
How can our sacred institutions preserve tradition while retaining the flexibility to accommodate modern life? And how do you fold that theme into a lively kids' book?
Almost a Minyan, the latest offering from Austin's Sociosights Press, brings children into the world of a loving daughter and granddaughter whose family stays connected to each other and to the past through sacred ritual. The book is a multi-generational love story for Jewish traditions.
In a story that will appeal equally to people familiar with its Yiddish phrases and Jewish traditions and those interested in increasing their cultural understanding, Almost a Minyan subtly handles some of the practices and controversies of modern Judaism. Can women and girls be part of the sacred minyan for public worship?
This spirited story, brought to life with touching and reverent illustrations by Susan Simon, is a sure bet for young readers.
Get equipped to help children who worry! Join the adventure as Abby goes to Camp Trust for her first overnight camp. Will she survive the panic of leaving her parents? What is the shadow she sees in her cabin window? What will the Worries do next? Come join the team and learn Grand Slam Bible Truths for victory. Extension activities included! Designed for ages 6-12 by Biblical Counselor Alyssa Cathers.
Sunshine Forest is Isabel's favorite place to go, especially when she is feeling sad.
While lost in the memories of someone she loves, Isabel finds herself also lost deep within the forest. She becomes frightened until a brilliant blue dragonfly appears. The blue dragonfly carefully guides her through the forest, listening intently as Isabel shares her feelings of loss and grief.
She emerges from both the forest and her sadness with a lighter heart...and a new, life-long friend.
This story is beautifully written and illustrated to help children of all ages understand their feelings while coping with the loss of a loved one. This tender story will help encourage children to express their grief as a way to find comfort. Isabel's journey through the forest clearly represents her journey through her grief. As she makes her way, she also becomes aware of the beauty around her and how it helps her connect to her loved one.
Peter was a man of the sea. He knew its winds, its deeps and shallows. He knew where to cast his nets for fish and how to feed his town. Yet Jesus turns everything Peter knows in life upside down.This Biblical adventure highlights Peter's friendship with Jesus through Peter's own eyes. Colorful illustrations and lyrical prose weave crucial environmental features of the Holy Land into this powerful picture book about being friends, learning what's real, and finding inspiration. A stirring story for children ages 4 through 8.
The "Golden Rule" is for everyone. When a young girl starts to learn about the different ways to say it, she finds that every culture and faith has their own way to express the "Golden Rule." Celebrate a love of diversity and acceptance in this beautifully illustrated tale.
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When you are the daughter of the King, you are a real Princess! Your Father in Heaven loves you very much and has written you a beautiful love poem telling you just how special you are! Beautifully written and illustrated for precious princesses everywhere.
It's Winter, 1957. The snow is piling up, the days are getting shorter, and children all over the world are eagerly anticipating the night when Santa comes to visit. Except for the children at the Happy Heart Orphanage. No, the children there don't expect visits from the Man in Red. The Matrons who run the orphanage make sure each child there knows that they don't deserve such love from Jolly Ol' Saint Nick. Santa or no, Johnny is determined to make this year's Christmas something special for the rest of the children. While executing his Christmas plan, he is caught by the Matrons and thrown in the scariest part of the house on Christmas Eve. Will Johnny escape? Will the orphans of the Happy Heart Orphanage ever have a true Christmas? Find out in this heartwarming short story of friendship and the Holiday spirit by L.B. Scott and Douglas B. Wimmer.
Angel Pennies is a healing reflection, divine guidance, and intervention from God about dealing with grief from death sent through the healing and love of his special Penny Angels and their gift of a penny angel's comfort pillow heart.
It is the year 707 CE and young Florinda goes to live at the Royal Court of Spain. When cruel King Roderick throws her into prison, she finds a clever way to get a message to her father, Count Julian in North Africa.
Count Julian meets the Muslims and finds them good hearted and noble. After tricking Roderick into freeing his daughter, Julian joins forces with General Tarek ibn Ziyad by giving him four boats to overthrow the cruel king.
The crossing of the Muslim army will change Spain forever.
The Burning Boats deals with both historical facts and legend pertaining to the actual moments leading to and following through the conquest of Spain.
Little People Praise God "Too" is an exciting, energetic, interactive story of a multicultural abled and disabled class learning about praising God. The class affectionately known as the Praz Gang has questions about who, where, why, and how do they praise God. "Praise the Lord!" shouts Shabach. After Shabach and the remaining Praz Gang members learn about praising God, they show their teacher, Ms. Prazer what they learned by acting out what she taught them about praising God. Come, learn, and praise God with the Praz Gang! It is the author's prayer that this book will inspire children of all races, abled and disabled to praise God, thus denoting Psalm 150:6, "Let everything that have breath praise the Lord!" Braille sample in the book. Autographed by Author