Encourages together-time Reinforces the concept of unconditional love Introduces language patterns & rhyming Do you know there is a special star on which new grandmothers wish? This story lets grandchildren know how special they are to their grandparents. This beautiful keepsake board book makes a lovely gift for new grandmothers and grandchildren. It's sure to be a family treasure! ISBN: 978-1-68052-008-8 7.0"w x 8.0"h 9 story spreads embossed cover with foil
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Did you know there's a special wishing star that only grandmas see? This cuddly gift set is a perfect gift for holidays and birthdays! The book and plush gift set feature the best selling Grandma Wishes board book with a soft and cuddly owl plush. Every time a new grandchild is expected, their grandma has special hopes and dreams for her new little love. A perfect gift for a grandma shower, or a wonderful keepsake for a grandma to give her grandchild. A grandmother's wishes are revealed through animal characters that are used in place of people, to be any race, gender, or age. The perfect present for any occasion: Christmas, Easter, Valentine's Day, birthdays and more! Little ones will love cuddling with this cozy plush while reading the story 10 board pages are just right for even the littlest "readers" Grandma wishes for a kind, silly, thoughtful, brave, and mindful child The message of unconditional love is revealed in colorful, engaging illustrations Cuddly owl plush is just the right size to carry-along everywhere your baby or toddler goes!
In her book Grandma’s Wishes of Love from Heaven, author Mary Zotz tells the story of a grandma who sent her grandchildren a note from heaven. She wants them to know she is well and happy. Her favorite pastime in her new home is telling her friends about her wonderful grandchildren and all the memories they made together. She tells them how they laughed, played, and loved together. Grandma’s Wishes of Love from Heaven encourages children, especially young ones, to remember positive experiences about their grandparents, in this case, a grandmother. Although sadness and grief are necessary after the death of a loved one, children should also be reminded of the good times they had with him or her. These memories can then be passed along to their children, keeping family history alive. And, of course, it’s a reminder of being truly loved.
Grandma's Wish is a beautiful expression of a grandmother's love to give to grandchildren as a keepsake book. This book can be cherished through the years as it is read over and over. It will remind each child how very special the love between a grandmother and a grandchild can be and that it lasts forever. Being able to place a picture in each of the picture frames for the child to look at each time that the book is read, is a gentle reminder of the face that "wishes" only the very best in life for that special child. Giving this loving gift is one memory that can never be forgotten. JANICE McCURRY She and her husband live in Seguin, Texas where she continues to be a counselor, work as an Educational Consultant, paint pictures for her children, work in her garden, and concentrate on her cherished grandchildren who are the love of her life. When her friends saw these pictures and read the loving mesage in the book, they encouraged her to share.
The second in a series of books about Willow's adventures as she masters her secret fairy powers, navigates sprite training, tries to ignore her perfect older sister, and maintains a friendship with Katie, the most un-normal of humans. Miranda, the most popular girl in fourth grade, comes to school with exciting news: her older cousin is getting married, and Miranda will be in the bridal party! This is great news for Willow, because Miranda's cousin has hired Willow's mom to provide the cake. She is certain this is her chance to finally get closer to Miranda. She makes it sound as if she is very involved in her mother's bakery and wedding planning business. Suddenly Willow is gaining popularity as the fourth grade expert on all things wedding. The only one who doesn’t seem impressed is her best friend, Katie. Willow thinks she’s finally arrived when Miranda invites her to an exclusive birthday slumber party. The only problem is that it is so exclusive, Katie hasn’t been invited. Then, when Willow tries to use some fairy magic to make Miranda’s cousin’s wedding even bigger and better, everything goes horribly wrong. She might ruin the wedding, blow her first slumber party, and lose her best friend all in one. It’s going to take magic to survive fourth grade.
- Author : Julia Lobo
- Publisher : Love You Always
- Release Date : 2016-11-03
- Genre : Juvenile Fiction
- Pages : 231
- ISBN : 1680522493
"Young people need something stable to hang on to -- a culture connection, a sense of their own past, a hope for their own future. Most of all, they need what grandparents can give them." - Jay Kesler Connect with your loved one with the perfect gift for your grandmother (ideal for Mother's Day and birthday giving); this beautiful grandparent keepsake memory journal is designed to keep the family legacy going. Using natures elegant and antique patterns and designs, capture and preserve your grandmother's unique memories, from the days of her childhood through the precious moments she spends with her grandchild. This journal offers plenty of space for a grandmother (or grandparent), to tell her own life story, keep a living record of her experiences, and share her hopes and dreams for her grandchild, Grandmother's Journal is sure to be a treasured gift. This journal has 100 Pages, (8 x 10) black and white interior with cream paper on a lovely matte finish cover, Pages included: Letter to recipient About our Family Family Tree Notes Family Records Family Achievements About your Great Grandparents About your parents and other families Wedding Day Memories Life is fleeting, but memories are forever. Show your grandma; she is a pure dame with this intimate planner.
True story of the author's turbulent childhood after her parents' divorce, and how her summers spent with her grandmother in Oregon helped shape her life.
When a sinister old woman leaves Griffin Penshine a box of twelve shiny pennies, she sets in motion a desperate quest—because the old woman was a wish stealer, and each penny represents a wish she stole from a wishing fountain decades earlier. Somehow, Griffin has to make things right, or the opposite of her own wishes will come true—and it could literally be a matter of life and death. The Wish Stealers introduces a new voice in middle-grade fantasy, as bright and sparkling as Griffin’s pennies.
In her book Grandma's Wishes of Love from Heaven, author Mary Zotz tells the story of a grandma who sent her grandchildren a note from heaven. She wants them to know she is well and happy. Her favorite pastime in her new home is telling her friends about her wonderful grandchildren and all the memories they made together. She tells them how they laughed, played, and loved together. Grandma's Wishes of Love from Heaven encourages children, especially young ones, to remember positive experiences about their grandparents, in this case, a grandmother. Although sadness and grief are necessary after the death of a loved one, children should also be reminded of the good times they had with him or her. These memories can then be passed along to their children, keeping family history alive. And, of course, it's a reminder of being truly loved.
"This survey text for Christian ethics through a Catholic lens traces the sources and traditions of contemporary ethical principles, rules, and norms. It uses narrative in reaching out to students who seek to understand themselves as they face ethical decisions. Stories are employed to reflect one's own life and its meaning, as well as to prompt moral decision-making. The book gives full treatment to criteria needed for ethical decision-making that students use in evaluating a series of contemporary issues, including abortion, end of life, torture, and others. The book includes numerous pedagogic features, including boxes, questions, key terms, suggested readings, and a glossary." -- Publisher description.
James Marten is immature, irresponsible, and newly released from prison. Set in his devil-may-care ways, he is shocked to learn of the murder of his beloved Grandma Mary. He is even more shocked to learn he has inherited her full estate and multiple international business holdings. Immaturity soon falls by the wayside as James is forced into a position of extreme responsibility. He remembers Grandma Mary well, having always thought of her as a saint. The more James learns of his dear grandmothers past, however, the more he begins to doubt her sainthoodand the more he realizes his inheritance may be a death sentence. James is led down the path of a disturbing mystery: who would want his grandmother dead? And are the same people trying to put him in the grave as well? Grandma Is a Saint is the retelling of the effects of one womans life and the secrets she passed onto her grandson. What occurred within the missing gaps of Grandma Marys life? What does it have to do with James? And will he be able to solve the mystery before the personal dangers attached to his inheritance bring him down? A nontraditional coming of age tale, Grandma Is a Saint will keep you guessing as James Marten grows in ways he never expected.
From balance sheets to blue plate specials, Heather James has a lot to learn about running a restaurant. But a business plan isn't enough to prepare her for the holiday rush—or head chef Sam Cappelletti. Is lasting love the bottom line…If I Make It Through December by Kate Austin Teddi Bayer could use some holiday magic, especially since Grandma June is making everything worse. If only there was a magical menorah Teddi could rub, and pouf! But rubbing it while humming "Grandma Got Run Over by a Reindeer" seems to have unexpected consequences. You have to wonder...Who Needs June in December, Anyway? by Stevi Mittman Growing up as a lonely child, Gwen Anderson always dreamed of a Christmas from the pages of a Currier & Ives illustration. She's long since abandoned that dream. Until her mother realizes that she didn't give her daughter enough time as a child. And she vows to now give Gwen…The Perfect Christmas by Mary Schramski
Aspiring to share his passion for life through writing and public speaking, Michael reveals intimate details of his lifelong jour¬ney through the pages of his tell-some book, "Happy Endings and a New Beginning." Michael was born in Southern California and grew up with a lot of family around him. At eight years of age, his family moved to Northern California to a small town a couple of hours from the Oregon border. He lived there with his mother, brother and new stepdad in a small town with small town values. Unfortunately, those small town values did not attach them¬selves to every person that Michael encountered. As such, Michael now speaks openly of the many years he endured sexual abuse by several different pedophiles, along with his sexual orientation and the struggles that illuminated because of his choices. He struggled to live two separate lives as he had been raised in a home and church where homosexuality was looked down upon, yet he tried to live his own truth. In order to cope with the mass confusion festering in his young mind, Michael casually began using street drugs, which led him to a fourteen-year affair with those same drugs and so much more. It darkened his life path. At age 33, Michael's high-life party¬ing came to an abrupt end, leaving him hospitalized and sober. He began looking to his Higher Power to sort out his life that was in a state of ruin. Now, years later, Michael shares his personal journey of mayhem over the years, how he met and fell in love with his wife and gives each one of us hope for a better tomorrow.
PASSION presents a collection of 150 poems and lyrics written by Judith Weinshall Liberman during 2012. This collection is a sequel to REFLECTIONS, her previous anthology of poems, lyrics, and stories, created with her daughter, Dr. Laura Liberman. Illustrated with photographs that highlight some of the people depicted in the verses, this collection covers a wide array of topics arranged in categories from love and relationships to looking back and remembering. Some of the writings are humorous, while others are somber. From the poignancy of “First Love” to the heartbreak of “Losing a Sibling,” Liberman captures the essence of what we feel when these changes occur in our lives. Like life itself, PASSION covers the whole gamut of human experience. Two-Way Street Somewhere along the line I learned Love’s not a one-way street, For if you take but do not give, You’ll end up in defeat. So don’t forget to give your love To those of whom you’re fond. For true love is a two-way street. Your love will seal your bond.
"And when you wish upon a star ...you might be happier the way you are. " -Phyllis Sugar, Wishing 11:11 wishes is a collection of various types of wishes in the form of quotes, poems, letters and abstracts from different exclusive, dedicated and amazing from all over the India. This book demonstrates a deep understanding of feelings in shape of wishes which remained unsaid in the corner of heart. It is an anthology initiated by Spotwrite and compiled by Tuheena Mohanty. This book will surely win your heart.
Sometimes you have to be careful what you wish for . . . “An adventure story with a hint of the supernatural . . . full of action and suspense” (School Library Journal). Most years Corby likes summer vacation, but not now. He’s stuck at his grandparents’ house in Wisconsin, where his grandfather constantly reminds him how timid he is and how different his father was at his age. And his new friend Buck seems to think he’s chicken, too, just because he’d rather be sensible than risk getting hurt. To prove he’s tough, Corby joins Buck for a nighttime journey into the woods to find the Wish Master, a fierce, giant statue that is rumored to grant wishes. Soon it seems as if the Wish Master does have special powers—though it doesn’t always get things exactly right. When Corby wishes for a puppy, a mangy stray comes into his life. He soon grows attached to the loyal mutt. Then the dog gets Corby in big trouble, and Corby decides it’s time to wish for what he really wants: to go home. But will this wish bring more harm than good?
Spanning three generations, this novel of family and myth is told through a series of flashbacks that depict events of staggering horror set against a landscape of gemlike beauty as the Chinese battle both the Japanese invaders and each other in the turbulent 1930s. As the novel opens, a group of villagers, led by Commander Yu, the narrator's grandfather, prepare to attack the advancing Japanese. Yu sends his 14-year-old son back home to get food for his men; but as Yu's wife returns through the sorghum fields with the food, the Japanese start firing and she is killed. Her death becomes the thread that links the past to the present and the narrator moves back and forth recording the war's progress, the fighting between the Chinese warlords and his family's history.