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Juvenile Nonfiction - Activity Books
 
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By Margaret Morningstar
Margaret Morningstar has always loved children. She had two of her own, and eventually had ten grandchildren to love! What a blessing! She even taught Sunday school for a while then worked in the nursery in order to be around children because none of her grandchildren lived close enough to drive to for a visit. She had written songs and poems for years but eventually started writing poems and stories that were for the children—stories that they may have inspired or were inspired by the Holy Spirit within her to write. Patrick the Penguin was the first story to surface. Patrick is a happy-go-lucky penguin who enjoys his arctic life: nice igloo, lots of friends, plenty of fish to eat. The snowbirds visit him frequently, singing their songs and flying in circles around him. But one day, Patrick became very sad because he could not fly like the birds. He tried his best to fly, but it always ended in a flop to the ice. As he is crying big penguin tears, a wise old penguin approached and set him straight: the Creator made penguins by special design for a special reason, just as every being is made. Patrick decides to accept himself as he is and to be happy about it. When he does that, he likes himself and enjoys what he can do. He even becomes a movie star in a penguin movie!
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By Margaret Morningstar
Margaret Morningstar has always loved children. She had two of her own, and eventually had ten grandchildren to love! What a blessing! She even taught Sunday school for a while then worked in the nursery in order to be around children because none of her grandchildren lived close enough to drive to for a visit. She had written songs and poems for years but eventually started writing poems and stories that were for the children—stories that they may have inspired or were inspired by the Holy Spirit within her to write. Patrick the Penguin was the first story to surface. Patrick is a happy-go-lucky penguin who enjoys his arctic life: nice igloo, lots of friends, plenty of fish to eat. The snowbirds visit him frequently, singing their songs and flying in circles around him. But one day, Patrick became very sad because he could not fly like the birds. He tried his best to fly, but it always ended in a flop to the ice. As he is crying big penguin tears, a wise old penguin approached and set him straight: the Creator made penguins by special design for a special reason, just as every being is made. Patrick decides to accept himself as he is and to be happy about it. When he does that, he likes himself and enjoys what he can do. He even becomes a movie star in a penguin movie!
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By Margaret Morningstar
Margaret Morningstar has always loved children. She had two of her own, and eventually had ten grandchildren to love! What a blessing! She even taught Sunday school for a while then worked in the nursery in order to be around children because none of her grandchildren lived close enough to drive to for a visit. She had written songs and poems for years but eventually started writing poems and stories that were for the children—stories that they may have inspired or were inspired by the Holy Spirit within her to write. Patrick the Penguin was the first story to surface. Patrick is a happy-go-lucky penguin who enjoys his arctic life: nice igloo, lots of friends, plenty of fish to eat. The snowbirds visit him frequently, singing their songs and flying in circles around him. But one day, Patrick became very sad because he could not fly like the birds. He tried his best to fly, but it always ended in a flop to the ice. As he is crying big penguin tears, a wise old penguin approached and set him straight: the Creator made penguins by special design for a special reason, just as every being is made. Patrick decides to accept himself as he is and to be happy about it. When he does that, he likes himself and enjoys what he can do. He even becomes a movie star in a penguin movie!
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By Karen Kimberl
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By Vernada Thomas
Brain Training Exercises for Patients with Early Signs of Alzheimer's or Dementia includes a variety of activities designed to improve cognitive and physical development and has been affirmed as "...a great asset to extra curricula activities" by CSMS Magazine. Patients will enjoy the familiar objects and seasonal occasions portrayed on every page. Activity directors and caregivers at retirement or assisted living facilities and nursing homes will be grateful to have this book as an enhancement to any program.
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By Vernada Thomas
Brain Training Exercises for Patients with Early Signs of Alzheimer's or Dementia includes a variety of activities designed to improve cognitive and physical development and has been affirmed as "...a great asset to extra curricula activities" by CSMS Magazine. Patients will enjoy the familiar objects and seasonal occasions portrayed on every page. Activity directors and caregivers at retirement or assisted living facilities and nursing homes will be grateful to have this book as an enhancement to any program.
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By Reina Shimomura
Dyslexia Days is written by an 8 year old dyslexic child. It touches on daily struggles that result from being dyslexic. This book is loosely based on true situations that the author experienced.
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By Reina Shimomura
Dyslexia Days is written by an 8 year old dyslexic child. It touches on daily struggles that result from being dyslexic. This book is loosely based on true situations that the author experienced.
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By Vernada Thomas
I was inspired to create this alphabetic phonics activity book for preschoolers from my experiences as a preschool teacher. My love for the students and the birth of my own son, Robert, has inspired me to promote these same exercises to stimulate the learning growth of Robert, who desired to read and write at a young age. This book, I created, includes different alphabetic letter sounds and recognition, reading and writing exercises. It is a great tool to help young students, who are struggling to read and write, learn at a fun and comfortable level.
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By Vernada Thomas
I was inspired to create this alphabetic phonics activity book for preschoolers from my experiences as a preschool teacher. My love for the students and the birth of my own son, Robert, has inspired me to promote these same exercises to stimulate the learning growth of Robert, who desired to read and write at a young age. This book, I created, includes different alphabetic letter sounds and recognition, reading and writing exercises. It is a great tool to help young students, who are struggling to read and write, learn at a fun and comfortable level.
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By Linda Smith Masi
From the Intergalactic Space Station, Ali peered through the orbit meter set on Alexandria, Egypt around 2,000 years ago and began to sweat. Seeing the orange flames soaring higher and higher, he imagined the sound of crackling as the precious old parchments vanished. At hand was the very destruction of recorded knowledge! “King Alexander the Great did not have this Library built to lose it now!”, he explained to the city fathers. He went on to suggest, “What we know, once in the now burned books, must be written again creating books both new and old. We must find Zanzibar and his Zany Crew. My glimpse through the orbit meter/time machine reveals a future wherein the diffusion of the English language is as widespread as a fresh carpet of winter snow.” “Hurray!”, they shouted, “if many know English and we write so, the sentences, both new and old, may comprehensively grow!” This is a story recounted in a fanciful way using the true incident of the burning of the famous Library of Alexandria, Egypt, including its contents, more than two thousand years ago as a context. Joyfully in 2008, on the Egyptian coast of the Mediterranean Sea, the inauguration of the new Library of Alexandria was celebrated. The requirement of the Library to make available many texts, both new and old, is used in this book as a context for sharing the mechanics of English sentence construction. Join us as Zanzibar, appointed by the city leaders, finds the crew needed to construct and reconstruct the books, both new and old, of the ancient Library of Alexandria.

 

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By Constance Maxwell
The excitement of sparks flying from a Wimshurst machine, the mystery of toy spiders crawling down a wall, the temptation to pick up a pig that’s only an image, and the sight of overlapping images in Iceland spar – all are shown with photographs and accompanying descriptions. The beauty of science and the power of the Creator are revealed as your child: • Watches light navigate the curves in a light tube • Touches a vibrating tuning fork • Balances a toy bird on its beak • Floats coins on water • Hears the Doppler effect • Watches red, blue, and green lights produce white light “Kindergarten Explores Science” reveals the delights of the physical world that God has given us.
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By Danielle Lentz
My favorite color brown can be used educationally to help children become familiar with the color. This book describes my family's observation of the many brown things we see around us.
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By Constance Maxwell
The excitement of sparks flying from a Wimshurst machine, the mystery of toy spiders crawling down a wall, the temptation to pick up a pig that’s only an image, and the sight of overlapping images in Iceland spar – all are shown with photographs and accompanying descriptions. The beauty of science and the power of the Creator are revealed as your child: • Watches light navigate the curves in a light tube • Touches a vibrating tuning fork • Balances a toy bird on its beak • Floats coins on water • Hears the Doppler effect • Watches red, blue, and green lights produce white light “Kindergarten Explores Science” reveals the delights of the physical world that God has given us.
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By Danielle Lentz
My favorite color brown can be used educationally to help children become familiar with the color. This book describes my family's observation of the many brown things we see around us.
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