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Michael Bean’s Holiday Hats

 

Michael Bean is a loveable bear who collects all sorts of hats! When he’s asked to lead the St. Patrick’s Day parade, he decides that he will wear his green hat. But the problem is, he can’t find it! Follow Michael Bean as he searches his house for his green hat, and encounters everything but!
 
This story is appropriate for children ranging from ages 2 to 8.

 

For a younger child (ages 2-5): this educational story focuses on reinforcing learning objectives of colors and holidays.
 

For an older child (ages 6-8): this story tailors to educators and parents who would like to reinforce fun ways to target reading comprehension and color association.
 

For all ages: this story is fun and engaging, filled with colorful and appealing scenes!

Go Back, Jack!

 

Jack is quite the adventurous cat, embarking on an adventure the night of Halloween. When told to, “Go Back,” Jack continues to venture on. What surprises will he encounter along his journey?


Go Back, Jack! is appropriate for children ranging from ages 3 to 6. This story focuses on reinforcing colors, recalling multiple characters, and repetition. Go Back, Jack is a fun and engaging story, filled with colorful and appealing scenes!

The Candy Corn Ghosts

 

Each Halloween, the big Halloween Ghosts come to scare the little Candy Corn Ghosts. This Halloween, the Candy Corn Ghosts are going to show the big Halloween Ghosts that they are not to be picked on any more! See how the Candy Corn Ghosts carry out their plan!

 

This story is appropriate for children ranging from ages 2 to 8.

 

For a younger child (ages 2-5): this educational story focuses on reinforcing learning objectives of colors, teaching friendly behaviors, and understanding story elements.

 

For an older child (ages 6-8): this story tailors to educators and parents who would like to promote creative thinking, strategic reasoning in designing a plan, and reinforcing fun ways to target reading comprehension or encouraging a child to read!

 

For all ages: this story is fun and engaging, filled with colorful and appealing scenes!

 

This story is suitable for any time of the year, especially Halloween!

Dressing Tom The Turkey

 

Tom the Turkey tries to avoid being the main guest at dinner when the farmer comes looking for him Thanksgiving morning. Tom finds a hiding spot, but it won't be long until the farmer finds him. With the help of his friends, Tom creatively diverts becoming Thanksgiving dinner. Read this entertaining story to see how!

 

This story is appropriate for children ranging from ages 2 to 8.

 

For a younger child (ages 2-5): this educational, yet lively, fun story focuses on repetition, reinforcing colors, reviewing farm animals and their sounds, and learning the different parts of a turkey.

 

For an older child (ages 6-8): this wildly entertaining story helps children engage in a comprehensive story line as they learn to read. It also focuses on reinforcing farm animal sounds, colors, and living quarters.

 

For all ages: this story is fun and engaging, filled with colorful and appealing scenes!

A Snowy Day With The Three Little Kittens

 

Bradley, Georgie and Rosie are the Three Little Kittens who have lost their mittens. But how did they lose their mittens? With the help of Daddy Cat, they revisit activities performed earlier that day. This story has underlying tones relating to the importance of family and teamwork. The educational emphasis focuses on reading comprehension and memory.

 

This story is appropriate for children ranging from ages 4 to 8.
 

For a younger child (ages 4-6): this educational story emphasizes memory and re-visiting performed tasks.
 

For an older child (ages 6-8): this story tailors to educators and parents who would like to reinforce fun ways to target reading comprehension and brainstorming solutions.
 

For all ages: this story is fun and engaging, filled with colorful and appealing scenes!

The Valentine Snowman

 

A snowman made by a family on the day before Valentine’s Day, turns out to be no ordinary snowman! This fun and imaginative make believe story promotes creativity based on the holiday, Valentine’s Day. This story has underlying tones relating to the importance of family, teamwork and brainstorming creative solutions.


This story is appropriate for children ranging from ages 3 to 8.


For a younger child (ages 3-5): this educational story focuses on the association of the elemental properties of a snowman, and following multiple characters within a story line.


For an older child (ages 6-8): this story tailors to educators and parents who would like to encourage a child to read, and promotes brainstorming solutions.


For all ages: this story is fun and engaging, filled with colorful and appealing scenes!

Is He Here Yet?

 

On the night before Christmas, Andy can’t sleep! He decides to wait up for Santa. Find out if Andy meets Santa in this fun story centered around the holiday, Christmas.

 

This story is appropriate for children ranging from ages 3 to 8.


For a younger child (ages 3 to 5): the elements of Christmas are introduced.


For an older child (ages 6 to 8): addresses reading comprehension and learning to read.


For all ages: this story is fun and engaging, filled with colorful and appealing scenes!

Baby Dreidel Learns to Spin

 

The Dreidel Family is getting ready for the Jewish holiday, Chanukah.  There is just one problem, Baby Dreidel cannot spin!  Join in as Daddy Dreidel, Mommy Dreidel and Grandpa Dreidel help Baby Dreidel learn to spin.

 

"Baby Dreidel Learns to Spin" is appropriate for children ranging from ages 2 to 7.  

 

For the young reader: this story introduces simple elements of Chanukah, following a story line with multiple characters, and reinforcing concepts through repetition.  It's a sweet reminder to support the dreams of those around us, and to not give up!

A Promise is a Promise

 

A Felt Board Lady adaptation of one of the greatest fairytales, 'The Frog Prince!' A frog helps Princess Amanda find her golden ball in return for her promise of friendship. In fulfilling her promise, Princess Amanda must defend her actions when others question her choice of friend.

 

Find out more in this adapted fairytale story, great for children ages 2-6.

 

For a younger child: The colorful scenes and dialogue make this a fun story-time book. The concepts addressed involve how to be a good friend and the value of a promise.

 

For an older child: A gentle retelling of an old fairytale favorite! This may be a helpful ‘learning to read’ book, which also addresses reading comprehension. For all ages: This story is fun and lighthearted, with colorful and appealing scenes! It reminds us all of the importance of keeping our promises. 

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