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By Barney S. Johnson
Their path has been guiding me to believe in the truth: the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob. My great-grandfathers’, grandfathers’, uncles’, and father’s paths were directed down the bloodline to the qualities of a Proverbs man. They believe in the saying “A good name is more desirable than great riches, to be esteemed is better than silver or gold” (Proverbs 22:1). The quality of holiness is shown not in what we say but in what we do in life. As a Proverbs man I meet different diversions and distractions daily, which makes me less than perfect. But I confess to the Lord daily who I am and where I want to be in Christ Jesus, and he says, “I’m with you always, to the end of the world.” My experience with the Holy Spirit has changed my life and how I see the world. The Holy Spirit has begun to order my steps in his Word. Blessings from reading Psalm 1:6 have begun to happen in my life. “Blessed is the man that walketh not in the counsel of the ungodly.” My sons were raised with the Proverbs man formula. It has made a difference in their lives. Now they have discipline, love, respect, and ownership for their lives. Blessed be the man who reads and does God’s mighty works.
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By Barney S. Johnson
Their path has been guiding me to believe in the truth: the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob. My great-grandfathers’, grandfathers’, uncles’, and father’s paths were directed down the bloodline to the qualities of a Proverbs man. They believe in the saying “A good name is more desirable than great riches, to be esteemed is better than silver or gold” (Proverbs 22:1). The quality of holiness is shown not in what we say but in what we do in life. As a Proverbs man I meet different diversions and distractions daily, which makes me less than perfect. But I confess to the Lord daily who I am and where I want to be in Christ Jesus, and he says, “I’m with you always, to the end of the world.” My experience with the Holy Spirit has changed my life and how I see the world. The Holy Spirit has begun to order my steps in his Word. Blessings from reading Psalm 1:6 have begun to happen in my life. “Blessed is the man that walketh not in the counsel of the ungodly.” My sons were raised with the Proverbs man formula. It has made a difference in their lives. Now they have discipline, love, respect, and ownership for their lives. Blessed be the man who reads and does God’s mighty works.
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By Mindi Lampert, MS, LMHC
As I collected, assembled, and compiled this book, even after more than fifteen years of accumulating and reading these notes, there has not been a time when I wasn’t filled with an array of emotions. It’s the difficult and many times gut-wrenching feelings expressed that are the hardest to digest. The honesty of the children’s notes can be most overwhelming to read, especially as parents. There are many books on parenting. This is a different kind of parenting book. I wanted to bring you the voice of the children. This book has, in its most simplistic way, hopefully taught you what children want most from their parents. They want to feel safe, loved, wanted, accepted as they are, and mostly they want your complete and undivided attention, at least some of the time. I also hope that you have a better realization of how smart and deep-thinking elementary-aged children are. They understand much more than you can imagine. They have their own perceptions and beliefs when the family is going through a crisis, even if you don’t tell them anything. They have complicated and prolific minds. They long for an attachment and a connection to you, the people that are supposed to love them the most—their parents. With that richness of safety and love, the possibilities are endless. Lastly, for the thousands of children that will forever have a warm and special place in my heart for sharing their “Elementary Thoughts” with me, I will lovingly remember you always.
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By Mindi Lampert, MS, LMHC
As I collected, assembled, and compiled this book, even after more than fifteen years of accumulating and reading these notes, there has not been a time when I wasn’t filled with an array of emotions. It’s the difficult and many times gut-wrenching feelings expressed that are the hardest to digest. The honesty of the children’s notes can be most overwhelming to read, especially as parents. There are many books on parenting. This is a different kind of parenting book. I wanted to bring you the voice of the children. This book has, in its most simplistic way, hopefully taught you what children want most from their parents. They want to feel safe, loved, wanted, accepted as they are, and mostly they want your complete and undivided attention, at least some of the time. I also hope that you have a better realization of how smart and deep-thinking elementary-aged children are. They understand much more than you can imagine. They have their own perceptions and beliefs when the family is going through a crisis, even if you don’t tell them anything. They have complicated and prolific minds. They long for an attachment and a connection to you, the people that are supposed to love them the most—their parents. With that richness of safety and love, the possibilities are endless. Lastly, for the thousands of children that will forever have a warm and special place in my heart for sharing their “Elementary Thoughts” with me, I will lovingly remember you always.
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By Mindi Lampert, MS, LMHC
As I collected, assembled, and compiled this book, even after more than fifteen years of accumulating and reading these notes, there has not been a time when I wasn’t filled with an array of emotions. It’s the difficult and many times gut-wrenching feelings expressed that are the hardest to digest. The honesty of the children’s notes can be most overwhelming to read, especially as parents. There are many books on parenting. This is a different kind of parenting book. I wanted to bring you the voice of the children. This book has, in its most simplistic way, hopefully taught you what children want most from their parents. They want to feel safe, loved, wanted, accepted as they are, and mostly they want your complete and undivided attention, at least some of the time. I also hope that you have a better realization of how smart and deep-thinking elementary-aged children are. They understand much more than you can imagine. They have their own perceptions and beliefs when the family is going through a crisis, even if you don’t tell them anything. They have complicated and prolific minds. They long for an attachment and a connection to you, the people that are supposed to love them the most—their parents. With that richness of safety and love, the possibilities are endless. Lastly, for the thousands of children that will forever have a warm and special place in my heart for sharing their “Elementary Thoughts” with me, I will lovingly remember you always.
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By Mike; Jacquie Tate
Herba, the hound dog and Hoota, the eagle, lived along the Pamlico River in Bath, North Carolina. While playing one day, they became an unusual character named Herba Hoota Hound Dog Bird. Herba and Hoota travel throughout the book adjusting to their new body and learning how to use their “super powers” for good.
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By Amanda Schleicher
I Know What I Want! But, what happens when you can’t tell anyone? That’s the situation Daniel finds himself in. Daniel is a two-year-old boy who knows what he wants but can only communicate by pointing and grunting. Daniel and his parents work together to lessen the frustration he has because of his speech delay.
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By Amanda Schleicher
I Know What I Want! But, what happens when you can’t tell anyone? That’s the situation Daniel finds himself in. Daniel is a two-year-old boy who knows what he wants but can only communicate by pointing and grunting. Daniel and his parents work together to lessen the frustration he has because of his speech delay.
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By Magda Tarnawska Senel, Ph.D.
Although most parents rate having children as the most meaningful experience of their lives, many find themselves pushed to their emotional and physical limits. Parenthood affords us the opportunity to become more compassionate, patient and understanding, but we also run the risk of becoming more irritable, impatient and intolerant. This book shows readers how they can transform everyday challenges into sources of empowerment and inspiration by demonstrating that joyful living and soulful parenting is not something that just happens by itself; it is a result of choices we make every day. It also presents several proven models for effectively achieving higher levels of fulfillment and a variety of creative activities for both parents and children. By guiding readers to find their own answers to such questions as: “What is the difference between a person who is unable to live a happy life and one who succeeds in living with a rich feeling of fulfillment? How do we arrive at adulthood behaving the way we do?” this book helps parents discover their most authentic and inspired selves and focus on raising joyful, happy and successful children who develop to their fullest potential.
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By Ilana Grinblat
As adults, we instruct our children in many life skills—how to catch a ball, ride a bike, and read a book. Yet children have a special spark to them. How can we catch their outlook? Ilana Grinblat shows us how by revealing the spiritual insights that children teach us: — How a roller coaster ride becomes a lesson in overcoming fear and embracing joy —When baking cookies demonstrates how to grapple with failure and redefine success — What we learn from children’s tough questions about death, sex, God, and growing up In this enchanting memoir, Grinblat shares personal stories interwoven with biblical narratives. Through these reflections, she grapples honestly with the struggles of raising children and how to cherish the extraordinary nature of ordinary moments. Castles and Catch leads us on a personal journey to discover the wonder within the everyday. “Looking for wisdom, heart, and resilience? Rabbi Ilana Grinblat offers a steady supply, all through the words and deeds of her children, her own keen insights as a mother whose soul has been seasoned with the insights of Jewish tradition and scripture. Join her on this rewarding journey of faith, of feeling, and of love!” —Rabbi Bradley Shavit Artson, DHL, author of God of Becoming and Relationship “With a rabbi’s soul and a writer’s eye, Ilana Grinblat shows us the intimate moments others overlook: the holiness of a family hike, the sanctity of ice skating lessons, the sacredness of a pancake breakfast. Discovering Torah in daily life and daily life in Torah, she will help you to do the same, making both more meaningful and poignant.” —Tom Fields-Meyer, author of Following Ezra: What One Father Learned About Gumby, Otters, Autism, and Love from His Extraordinary Son
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By Ilana Grinblat
As adults, we instruct our children in many life skills—how to catch a ball, ride a bike, and read a book. Yet children have a special spark to them. How can we catch their outlook? Ilana Grinblat shows us how by revealing the spiritual insights that children teach us: — How a roller coaster ride becomes a lesson in overcoming fear and embracing joy —When baking cookies demonstrates how to grapple with failure and redefine success — What we learn from children’s tough questions about death, sex, God, and growing up In this enchanting memoir, Grinblat shares personal stories interwoven with biblical narratives. Through these reflections, she grapples honestly with the struggles of raising children and how to cherish the extraordinary nature of ordinary moments. Castles and Catch leads us on a personal journey to discover the wonder within the everyday. “Looking for wisdom, heart, and resilience? Rabbi Ilana Grinblat offers a steady supply, all through the words and deeds of her children, her own keen insights as a mother whose soul has been seasoned with the insights of Jewish tradition and scripture. Join her on this rewarding journey of faith, of feeling, and of love!” —Rabbi Bradley Shavit Artson, DHL, author of God of Becoming and Relationship “With a rabbi’s soul and a writer’s eye, Ilana Grinblat shows us the intimate moments others overlook: the holiness of a family hike, the sanctity of ice skating lessons, the sacredness of a pancake breakfast. Discovering Torah in daily life and daily life in Torah, she will help you to do the same, making both more meaningful and poignant.” —Tom Fields-Meyer, author of Following Ezra: What One Father Learned About Gumby, Otters, Autism, and Love from His Extraordinary Son
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By Kenneth D. Dunn
“Camp Lejeune Command” describes Lieutenant Colonel Kenneth Dunn’s life as an Artillery Battalion Commander at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina during the early 1990’s. The book starts the summer before the family moves to Jacksonville, NC while still stationed at Fort Monmouth, NJ. Dunn describes his daily activities and the feelings associated with those activities, while commanding 5th Battalion, 10th Marines, 2d Marine Division. This is a great read about command, family and of course, the United States Marine Corps.
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By Kenneth D. Dunn
“Camp Lejeune Command” describes Lieutenant Colonel Kenneth Dunn’s life as an Artillery Battalion Commander at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina during the early 1990’s. The book starts the summer before the family moves to Jacksonville, NC while still stationed at Fort Monmouth, NJ. Dunn describes his daily activities and the feelings associated with those activities, while commanding 5th Battalion, 10th Marines, 2d Marine Division. This is a great read about command, family and of course, the United States Marine Corps.
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By Tracy L. Shires
Miss Ladybug lives in a big, beautiful valley. Many adventures await her outside the doors of her little home. She’s always dreamed of flying away to see the countryside and all of its beauty. One day, when all of her baby bugs are sound asleep for their afternoon nap, Miss Ladybug decides it’s the perfect time to leave her home and explore her environment. She embarks on adventures several days in a row where she meets Robbie Raccoon, Randy Rabbit, and Bobby Beaver. All of the characters try to tell her to return to her babies because her house is on fire. In this picture book for children, Miss Ladybug learns a very important lesson: the world around her is quite big and leaving her children all alone is never a good idea. Soon Miss Ladybug came upon Robbie Raccoon working hard on cleaning his fish. Robbie Raccoon looked up, smiled and began singing... “Ladybug, ladybug, fly away home, your house is on fire and your children are all alone”. “Oh my” exclaimed Miss Ladybug, and off she went flying straight for home with great fear in her heart. When she arrived home, she discovered that her baby bugs were still fast asleep. “Whew” … Miss Ladybug thought, that was scary. Silly raccoon, there’s no fire at home, and everything is fine.
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By Tracy L. Shires
Miss Ladybug lives in a big, beautiful valley. Many adventures await her outside the doors of her little home. She’s always dreamed of flying away to see the countryside and all of its beauty. One day, when all of her baby bugs are sound asleep for their afternoon nap, Miss Ladybug decides it’s the perfect time to leave her home and explore her environment. She embarks on adventures several days in a row where she meets Robbie Raccoon, Randy Rabbit, and Bobby Beaver. All of the characters try to tell her to return to her babies because her house is on fire. In this picture book for children, Miss Ladybug learns a very important lesson: the world around her is quite big and leaving her children all alone is never a good idea. Soon Miss Ladybug came upon Robbie Raccoon working hard on cleaning his fish. Robbie Raccoon looked up, smiled and began singing... “Ladybug, ladybug, fly away home, your house is on fire and your children are all alone”. “Oh my” exclaimed Miss Ladybug, and off she went flying straight for home with great fear in her heart. When she arrived home, she discovered that her baby bugs were still fast asleep. “Whew” … Miss Ladybug thought, that was scary. Silly raccoon, there’s no fire at home, and everything is fine.
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