Many, many years ago... Before there were cars and planes, There was a village in Portugal The country that sits next to Spain.
There, deep in the Montado Forest, A tiny seed fell to the ground. His parents searched and searched for him, But he rolled too far to be found.
Find out how the Montado Forest wildlife creatures, and a special little child begin their life’s amazing journey with Whistler, as they teach Whistler about their purpose in life, and Diogo the Bull tells Whistler:
"All of God's creatures have a purpose, Diogo said with a grin. I have no doubt you will find it, It's just a question of when."
Learn about Whistler, the world’s oldest Cork Oak Tree and his God-given gifts. Also learn about how Whistler discovers his special purpose in life (giving to others what God has given to him).
Beloved 'Town of Chelm' Returns in World's First Definitive Encyclopedia of Chelm Stories!
After enjoying decades of acclaim in the pages of the acclaimed weekly newspaper, THE JEWISH PRESS, the lovable, side-splitting tales from the legendary town of Chelm have been collected in the world's first encyclopedia of Chelm stories. This new treasury of Jewish wit and whimsy brims with over 150 stories straight out of the fabled town of Chelm - the place where solving life's practical problems was never a straightforward affair, but rather a rollicking journey into the inane.
The world's first 408-page definitive encyclopedia of Chelm stories re-acquaints readers with the unforgettable characters that everyone's come to know and love, including, 'The Wise Sage of Chelm,' and fumbling 'Shepsil.' The simple-minded, 'Mottel the Tailor," and riotous, "Berel the Terrible." In all, original writer and creator, Arnold Fine's, recipe for simple and clean Jewish humor still delivers, and with so many stories gathered together in one book, 'The Silly World of Chelm,' is guaranteed to provide hours of fun and enjoyment for the whole family. In the new 8x10 large-format book, with a uniquely decorated padded cover, you'll read about the, 'Green-Eyed Monster,' and 'The Adventures of Kunkle and Munkle.' You'll enjoy the hilarious tale of 'The Mayor's Shoes,' and learn about the formation of the 'Worriers of Chelm,' plus dozens and dozens of more popular tales.
"The brilliantly conceived, eccentric scenarios have, for decades, left readers of all ages in stitches with helpless laughter, all the while leaving them scratching their heads in wonderment," explains Zalman Goldstein, author of other children's titles such as, 'The Sultan's Trap' and the popular 'Uncle Yossi's Big Book of Stories' series. "Being able to provide good, kosher humor for everyone is a privilege that is difficult to pass up. In this regard, 'The Silly World of Chelm,' really delivers!"
This colorful children’s picture book it is well suited for anytime but especially nice for a quiet bedtime reading. When Little Bear asks Mother Bear where the stars have come from, she begins her answer with these lines:
“Deep in the forest where the wind never blows, In a far away cave where the sun never shines, Lives a man made of stars And the branches of pines.”
If you are especially alert, you will see a small surprise in the sky on the last page of this beautiful book.
Ginger Nielson is a full time children’s book author/illustrator who lives at the top of a hill near the edge of a forest in semi-rural New Hampshire.There is a magic wand on her desk, a dragon in her basement and a tiny elephant in her studio. Everything else is nearly normal.
Three adorable bear cubs learn that even though they are very different, Mama and Papa love them all the same!
This humorous, rhyming story features three bear siblings who are very different: they don’t look the same or sound the same or eat the same. Brown Bear only wants honey; Polar Bear craves fish; and little Panda Bear snacks only on bamboo shoots. When playing hide-and-seek in the snow, Polar Bear always wins. And little Polar and Panda are always bored while Brown Bear is hibernating. How could they get along in a family when they are so, so different? With gentleness and love, Mama Bear and Papa Bear assure their cubs that even though they are different, they are loved the same, and God put them in the same family for a purpose.
A children’s guidebook to the fantastical characters and creatures found in classical music.
The works of Mozart, Tchaikovsky, Verdi, and others are introduced to children through the magical beings from legends and classic tales—including gnomes, fairies, witches, goblins, elves, and wizards—that inspired the composers. An original and interesting way for younger listeners to discover classical music, this book pairs three centuries of music history with stunning and evocative illustrations and includes a glossary of musical terms, a short biography of each composer, and a brief presentation of each extraordinary character. The accompanying CD features 20 excerpts from various recordings performed by world-class luminaries, including the London Philharmonic Orchestra, La Scala Chorus and Orchestra, and the Academy of St. Martin in the Fields.
As your kids grow, make sure their faith is growing too.
God loves to see children grow—but more than anything, He wants them to grow closer to Him. Kids can grow on the inside by spending time each day with Jesus!
Each of these 100 short devotionals offers a Bible verse, a “Thought to Grow On” devotion, and a challenge that will help kids connect to God and build a relationship with Him. God’s creation is magnified through amazing facts about the world and the unique way God makes each child.
With a vibrant design and super-cool facts that are sure to keep readers’ attention, this book is a perfect choice for growing the faith of kids ages 6 to 10.