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Go bez nibe 'very clever firefly by Tony Angelo
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by Slippers Childrens Books Rating: 0.0

A Very Clever Firefly goes behind that of most children’s books. As an educator I find this book an invaluable resource to teach children character education and family values. Even more it has a treasure chest of lessons that can be used when teaching lessons in multi-culture, diversity and tolerance. Kindness, patience, understanding, teamwork and life skills are all valuable lessons that are taught in Sunday schools. Using this book as a resource to start the lesson would definitely create a definite spark of interest in the children and keep them engaged in the lessons being taught.

The firefly is like the universal father of all insects and creatures in this story. You fall in love with him and all of the insets in this story. It even takes away the fear you have of getting stung by a bee.

With children having to learn that not everyone grows up the same way and sometimes the differences in our appearances hamper how we look, walk or act, this story teaches in a positive manner how using our intelligence, thinking and listening to the answers for the questions we ask is better than anger, hate and being mean. You can hear the sounds of all of the creatures working together at the end of the story sounding like their own rock band. To me it is a like a newly created symphony of beautiful sounds to hear and to behold.

Fran Lewis

This is my first audio book: go biz Nebi ‘very clever firefly Illustrations by Maribeth Jenkins Lubitsky. The story is part of my Dreams of our children collection, narrated by Bethany Halle

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Genres: Children, Fairy Tales, Short Stories
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Dawg Gone and The Doseys by Tony Angelo
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by Slippers Childrens Books Rating: 0.0

Companion learned the rural way.. These stories identified a love and understanding that must be lived threw. Trust isn't just given it must be earned.

This is my forth audio book: Dwg Gone and The Doseys. It's part of my Dreams of our children collection, Illustrations by David Izaguirre Jr narrated and by Bethany Halle.

There are many different backgrounds and identities that I have learned to embrace, simply with compassion and dignity. The dream I have had for sometime now is to reach back and 'pay it forward'.

I want to inspire children and their parents to follow simple stories with a big message. Hopefully these stories can touch their hearts and change their minds. My belief is that children who learn to read can imagine their own future.

Genres: Children, Fairy Tales, Young Adult
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Dawg gone by Tony Angelo
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by Slippers Childrens Books Rating: 0.0

Family revisits love through the love of a new puppy.

Genres: Children, Fairy Tales
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The Bodacious Descendant
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by Darrell Swanson Rating: 0.0

Caleb is the direct descendant of Otzi the European iceman. He possesses unparalleled powers. From walking on water to raising the dead, this teenager will take you to a prehistoric world filled with dinosaurs and long extinct creatures. From one suspenseful plot to another, including terrorism, CIA covert operations and kidnapping, The Bodacious Descendant is the first of a series of adventure intrigue and romance filled novels by Darrell Swanson.

Genres: Suspense
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Hey Charley by Tony Angelo
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by Slippers Childrens Books Rating: 0.0

Hey Charley! Remember when we were kids and had no choice in anything that we wanted to do? Do you remember when you thought there was nothing good that could come out of those decisions made for us like moving to a new home far away from our friends or attending another school where you were the new kid on the block?

Well, welcome to Charley’s world! Suddenly it seems that his entire life is turned upside down. But instead of finding only the down side of change, Charley is reminded that there is a silver lining in almost everything if you have faith and simply believe!

Tony has woven an intricate story about a child’s worst fears from a brother attending college to his beloved dad getting a new job into something joyous. His use of vivid descriptions captures the angst of every child as they grow and learn to forge their own paths, even if those decisions can be painful at first.

Tony reminded me that even in our adult lives we must look past the worry and the fear of change and see the greater good and the wonderful treats that very well might be hidden around the corner. A wondrous book for all ages, it is meant to be read time and time again as a family, if only a simple reminder that love and faith conquers all.

Genres: Children, Fairy Tales, Short Stories, Young Adult
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Who Will Hug the Sun by Ey Wade
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by Virtuoso Book Distribution Rating: 0.0

Mhia loves to hug and receive hugs. In the book, Who Will Hug the Sun?, Mhia is so upset about not being able to hug the sun her mom tells her the story of the antics the sun goes through to get a hug and she learns a little science in the end.

Who Will Hug the Sun is part of a series of picture books titled IN MY SISTER’S WORLD The series features young African-American sisters and their view of the world around them.

Genres: Children, Fairy Tales, Young Adult
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NOT A SOUND NOT A PEEP by Ey Wade
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by Virtuoso Book Distribution Rating: 0.0

What would you do to ease the fears of your child’s nightmares? Not a Sound, Not a Peep shows how the family in prose and illustrations handles the nightmares of Mhia, the youngest child in the family.

Genres: Children, Contemporary Fiction, Young Adult
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BETWEEN THE TWO OF THEM by Ey Wade
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by Virtuoso Book Distribution Rating: 0.0

Gillean is the middle daughter. She sometimes feels neglected and left out.

Between the Two of Them explores the advantages and disadvantages of being the middle child and shows how Gillean discovers she has the uniqueness of being the only sister with the ability to be either the eldest or the youngest child in the family.

Genres: Children, Contemporary Fiction, Young Adult
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"Thorns of a Red Rose" by RoseMeade
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by Virtuoso Book Distribution Rating: 0.0

This gruesome mystery takes place first in El Paso, Texas and then in Charleston with many of the characters living very horrific lives. You'll read some scenes that cause you to slam the book down... only to pick it up and begin again later. If you find yourself believing you have the plot figured out, continue to the next chapter. You will find that you may have missed one last detail. Our advice, don't read “Thorns of a Red Rose” while trying to fall asleep, unless you’re the type of reader that “just can’t put the book down.”

Genres: Contemporary Fiction, Crime Fiction, Mystery, Suspense
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From inside these prison walls By: Louis M. Boudreaux
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Shackles

They may be able to put shackles on my wrist, and they can put shackles on my ankles;
But they will never be able to shackle my mind.
This may be hard for some to understand
But even though I sit and write from the confines of an Arizona prison,
I am blessed in so many other ways.
Yes, I long for my freedom
As I look out at the world from inside these prison walls.

Genres: Poetry
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