Streak, a male manatee was suffering from cold stress. If the SeaWorld Orlando Animal Rescue Team did not arrive in time, he may not have survived. In this story, you will learn about how Streak was rescued and SeaWorld's continuous efforts to help conserve wildlife. Look inside for a link on how you can help them too!
Take a journey to the beautiful island of Hawaii in this colorfully illustrated picture book featuring some of the island’s most famous sites and activities. Get ready for a tropical adventure with thirty pages full of bright and whimsical designs that include games and puzzles for the young and young at heart! So Come With Me, Together We’ll See the Beauty of…Hawaii
When Officer Dominic is dispatched to the cherry-red convertible at 1600 Greentree Road, he has no idea what he’s about to get himself into. But when all is said and done, Officer Dominic wouldn’t change a thing.
This is the true story of "Sirius," the Port Authority police patrol dog who died at the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001. Told by "Sirius" in his own words, this heart-warming story describes the friendship and courage shared by "Sirius" and his police officer partner David, who survived the 9/11 attacks. A personal letter from David to the reader is included in this book. "Sirius, The Hero Dog of 9/11" is not only the inspiring story of a dog and his police officer partner. It is also the true story, for readers young and old, of tragedy, triumph and courage on the darkest day in America's history.
I've Got Dibs! is a sweet story of a mother and daughter discussing the young girl's donor siblings for the first time. The conversation focuses on the special connection a donor-conceived child has with other children conceived using the same donor. I've Got Dibs! is a great way to start this conversation with your children, your child's friends, as well as the adults in your life who may be struggling to understand these unique relationships. By sharing this book with her own child the author has helped her daughter confidently respond to questions about her own donor siblings and more importantly understand and appreciate her own special donor family.