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libros infantiles en español :Un Hogar para Myrtle ¿A tus hijos o hijas les resulta difícil hacer amigos? ¿A veces sienten que no encajan? Un Hogar para Myrtle narra la historia de una amistosa monstrua roja que necesita un lugar para vivir. Siente que no encaja en ningún lado y se enfrenta al rechazo en su búsqueda de un hogar. Aprenderá que, incluso aquellos que menos parecerían tus amigos, pueden ser aquellos que al final más te ayuden. Pensada en principio para niños y niñas de entre 0 y 6 años, Un Hogar para Myrtle es una divertida e interesante historia para niños de todas las edades, narrada en pegadizos versos y acompañada de coloridas ilustraciones. La serie de Myrtle La Monstrua es perfecta como cuento para antes de ir a la cama, lectura para preescolares y para enseñar a leer a los más pequeños.Show more
¿Tus hijos o hijas tienen alguna vez días de cabello rebelde? ¿Valoran realmente la amistad? Un Sombrero Nuevo para Myrtle narra la historia del “Día de Cabello Rebelde” de Myrtle la Monstrua. Cuando Myrtle se despierta y se da cuenta de que no presenta un aspecto limpio y cuidado, se siente triste y no quiere encontrarse con sus amiguitos. Myrtle aprende a valorar realmente su amistad con vecinos y compañeros cuando alguno de sus amigos intenta encontrarle un sombrero con el que pueda recuperar la confianza en sí misma. Pensada en principio para niños y niñas de entre 0 y 6 años, Un Sombrero Nuevo para Myrtle es una divertida e interesante historia para niños de todas las edades, narrada en pegadizos versos y acompañada de coloridas ilustraciones. La serie de Myrtle La Monstrua es perfecta como cuento para antes de ir a la cama, lectura para preescolares y para enseñar a leer a los más pequeños.Show more
When Tyce's best friend, Director Rawling McTigre, and three other scientists are buried alive on Mars, Tyce doesn't think things can get any worse. But he is sorely mistaken. Just when he thinks his life is over, help shows up in unexpected forms—from the God he's getting to know personally, as well as a new friend.Show more
Set in 2040, the Mars Diaries feature 14-year-old Tyce Sanders, the only child ever born on Mars. He lives under a dome on the red planet with 200 scientists and techies, including his mother, Kristy Sanders, a biologist and a believer. Tyce is confined to a wheelchair, but virtual reality and robotics allow him to experience life beyond his physical boundaries. Kids ages 10-14 will love the cool, high-tech gadgets, space travel, and great plot twists in this exciting series.Show more
An audio download for Berenstain Bears fans of all ages, three beloved picture books written by Jan and Mike Berenstain. This three-book audio download of classic Christmas-themed Berenstain Bears picture books is sure to please listeners young and old with their inspirational holiday messages. This download includes: The Berenstain Bears Very First Christmas The Berenstain Bears and the Christmas Angel The Berenstain Bears and the Joy of Giving The Berenstain Bears Christmas Treasury: - Great gift idea for family Christmas listening - Appropriate for all ages, young and old - Includes holiday inspiration as well as classic Berenstain lessonsShow more
Little Blue Gets Lost is a rhyming bedtime story for young children. The story will be enjoyed by young learners of all ages. Little Blue is now confident in his driving abilities and offers to go to the store for his mom. She asks him if he’s sure he knows the way, and Little Blue says that he does. However, he soon finds that the city can be a confusing place and gets lost, needing help to find his way to the store and to get back home. Young children will identify with Little Blue, as he realizes that he perhaps still needs help and isn’t quite as grown-up as he thinks. Parents and teachers can also use the Little Blue Gets Lost story to teach children the dangers of getting lost, being apprehensive, and asking for help when they need it while learning from their many life experiences as they grow up. Little Blue Gets Lost is ideal for enjoying at bedtime with younger children. However, older children will also enjoy listening to this book on their own and will be thoroughly entertained with Little Blue’s latest adventure in the big, wide world.Show more
BOOK DESCRIPTION: Follow the young boy Elijah on his frantic search for his missing grandparents. Evil chases him as he disappears into an unknown world. Read the captivating story aloud as if sitting around a campfire. Learn that each short, fast-pace book reveals a part of his journey through the complete 68 book series. 66 books reveal the unknown world, making you wonder, “Where is he?” The story is a metaphorical fiction that helps kids learn about the greatest story and book in history – the Bible. The Elijah’s Series provides a memorable reading and listening experience that helps transition kids into the greatest journey in their lifetime – the discovery of and trust in God. The series has two bookends, The Chase Begins and The Chase Ends. Each book within the series represents one of the 66 books of the Bible. Does Elijah find his missing grandparents? Does Elijah escape evil? Are you ready for an adventure of a lifetime? Enter Elijah’s Journey Storybook for Kids first book, The Chase Begins! HOW TO USE THE BOOK: The Elijah’s Journey Storybook Series is for various context of reading and teaching. Use the series within a school classroom, Christian education, Sunday school for churches, family time, summer reading, or for kids to read at their own pace. The story unravels throughout the series until the end, providing a cohesiveness that keeps readers engaged over the course of reading times. When reading aloud, especially in group settings, become an engaged reader that’s animated, fun, expressive, and tell a great story like sitting around a campfire! Also, the books are designed to be placed on bookshelves in order for a visual representation of reading progress as well as the order of the books of the Bible.Show more
In offering this volume to teachers, my chief aim is to provide material for narration which shall deal, not with things temporal but with the “ Eternal Verities.” These, if presented to our boys and girls in dramatic form, at the most impressionable period of their lives, will sink deeply into their minds. When presented in more direct and didactic fashion, the same truths often fail to impress. These stories of the Buddha are not for one age or one country, but for all time and for the world. I have suggested their meaning in the index to enable teachers to -see the contents at a glance. I strongly urge that little or no explanation should be offered to the children themselves. They will be sufficiently interested in the dramatic setting to absorb (unconsciously) the meaning of the story. The book is not intended primarily for children to read but for teachers to use in telling these tales, but' when they have received the dramatic impression through the telling, they will have an added interest in reading the book for themselves. I have purposely avoided using illustrations to these stories. I want the children to make the mental picture suggested to them by the spoken word, and if they read the story afterwards, I do not wish to force them to abandon their own conception and adopt a general one, because this would mean eliminating one of the most potent educational factors in the telling of the story.Show more
Chatty Clam lives under the sea with Sunny the sea horse and all of their friends. Though Chatty wants to be nice, she can't stop gossiping. It makes her feel important. Yet when she almost causes Sunny to lose a friend, he reminds her that it is important to tell the truth. She wants to please God and do the right thing so she promises Sunny she will not gossip again.Show more
ECPA BESTSELLER-Over one million copies sold! As Little Cub and her family prepare to celebrate the most special day of the year, the curious young polar bear begins to wonder… "Who invented Christmas?" Mama's answer only leads to more questions like "Is God more important than Santa?" So she and Little Cub head off on a polar expedition to find God and to see how he gave them Christmas. Along the way, they find signs that God is at work all around them. Through Mama's gentle guidance, Little Cub learns about the very first Christmas and discovers that… Jesus is the best present of all. This enchanting tale provides the perfect opportunity to help young children celebrate the true meaning of Christmas and to discover how very much God loves them.Show more
Set at an experimental community on Mars in the year 2039, the Mars Diaries feature 14-year-old virtual reality specialist Tyce Sanders. Life on the red planet is not always easy, but it is definitely exciting. As Tyce explores his strange surroundings, he finds that the mysteries of the planet point to his greatest discovery-a new relationship with God. Mission 1: Oxygen Level Zero The science station is in trouble. Oxygen is leaking out of the dome, and the scientists and techies are stumped. Fourteen-year-old Tyce Sanders holds the key to the mystery. But will he discover it in time to save those who live under the dome?Show more
Set at an experimental community on Mars in the year 2039, the Mars Diaries feature 14-year-old virtual reality specialist Tyce Sanders. Life on the red planet is not always easy, but it is definitely exciting. As Tyce explores his strange surroundings, he finds that the mysteries of the planet point to his greatest discovery-a new relationship with God. Mission 2: Alien Pursuit Someone is found unconscious in the plant lab. Worse, it looks like teeth and claws have ripped his space suit. It's clear someone-or something-chased him. But who or what? And why? Fourteen-year-old Tyce Sanders does not believe aliens exist, but his discoveries may force him to rethink this view.Show more
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