A collection of traditional Buddhist tales following the Buddha through his various prior births.
Demonstrates ways of showing politeness, speaking kindly, using basic courtesies, and respecting the feelings of others. Includes role-playing activities.
When Princesses Mellie, Allie, and Libby begin to argue about which princess is the prettiest, they decide to hold a contest. But of course, the girls get side-tracked helping others on their way to the contest leaving Princess Mellie as the muddiest, Princess Allie as the yuckiest, and Princess Libby as the drippiest. But due to their kindness, the princesses win in the end.
Presents a story of friends Triangle, Circle, Square, and Rectangle as they have fun together and support one another through life.
A young girl's good deed is multiplied as it is passed on by those who have been touched by the kindess of others.
Follows ordinary people as they perform good deeds for others, including carpenters repairing homes damaged by storms, parents preparing dinners for their families, and doctors delivering babies.
This appealing coffee-table-book-for-kids is overflowing with facts, diagrams, and gorgeous color images. Dinosaur fans will be sucked in and may not resurface for hours!
One snowy morning, a squirrel and a chipmunk discover a lump of snow with all kinds of weird things stuck in it. The duo gathers up the buttons, mittens, carrot, hat, scarf, and other objects and brings them back home, where they make a delectable soup for a small gathering of friends. But when morning comes, they wonder if someone else had placed those items there in preparation of their own cooking plans.
Stories, songs, and movement exercises.
Ages 3 and up
Polly belongs to Molly, Eric belongs to Derek, and Lawrence belongs to Florence. But Mr. Scruff belongs to no one! He's a dog waiting at the animal shelter for just the right person to adopt him. When Jim comes along, he is certain Mr. Scruff is the perfect dog for him, but Jim's parents aren't so convinced. Does it matter that Mr. Scruff is old and Jim is young, or that Mr. Scruff is big and Jim is small, or that their names don't rhyme?