In Just the Way I am, a story about being different, Matko the sheep is wider than all the others and she can’t fit through the gate. Yoga sheep suggests she tries yoga, jogging sheep suggests she jog, and many more sheep suggest helpful ways to change. Matko gets really fit, but she is still wide. What can she do? Is it okay to be wide? Explore why differences are okay.
In Emma’s Crazy Day, Emma gets a new scooter for her birthday, this starts off a whole crazy adventure for Emma.
Neha has just returned from a long vacation. Her friends give her a warm welcome. But in the time she was gone, a new family has moved in to the housing society and her friends have issues with the new kid. Neha wants to be friendly with him, but will her old friends tolerate that, or will she lose her old friends in making a new one? Read on to find out.
1st & 2nd Grade - Hippo wants to dance
Hippo wants to Dance, but this doesn’t make everyone else so happy. But then hippo stops dancing and she gets very sad. Another friend comes to the rescue.
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3rd & 4th grade - Ben and Max - An unlikely friendship
Ben and Max: an unlikely friendship, a friendly mouse, befriends Ben, a grouchy bear, the result – both are much happier as are all the other forest animals. Alas, when Sylvester the sly fox arrives, stirring trouble, the friendship is threatened, and Ben does something he really regrets. Will the friendship survive? A heartwarming story, with literally colourful descriptions, and great information about friendship, trust, how to treat others, and dealing with feelings.
5th & 6th Grade - Maya fights for a cause
In Maya Fights for a Cause, construction threatens Maya’s village, but the villagers are not educated and don’t know what to do. Everyone is in despair, until a bright 10 year old, Maya, thinks about fighting for their cause. She realises the only one who can help is the teacher from their neighbouring village, a volunteer from the city, who can write in English and knows who to contact, so she seeks out the help of the teacher. Together they save the village.
1st & 2nd Grade - Animal Homes
In Animal Homes, we learn about where different animals live. This is a perfect early nature lesson for young children in early grades or kindergarten and can be combined with a nature walk to find different animal homes.
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Have you ever wondered how the toothpaste gets in the tube? In How Does the Toothpaste get in the Tube we find out. A wonderful non-fiction story about the history of toothpaste and how toothpaste tubes came about, and most importantly how the toothpaste gets inside.
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Around the World with a Chilli contains lots of fun facts for children about chilies and the places they come from. A young boy in India meets Ajar Uchu, the spirit of the chillies. The spirit tells the young boy all about the countries chillies come from and the travelers who traded with them and brought chillies to the world. Great fun facts about history, early explorers, trade routes, and early empires.