Even children deal with jealousy. We must teach children to never allow jealousy to destroy friendship. Jealousy is a bad feeling, and there is no need to be jealous of anyone. Parents and teachers, please teach your children or students the value of true friendship.
Hope's Magic Sparkles is our second book in our Hope the Optimist Bear collection. Our first book was published last spring called Hope the Optimist Bear. This is our second book and bear we will be delivering to local hospitals for pediatric patients. The main character in this years book "Christopher" was based on a little boy who actually received last years Hope the Optimist Bear book and Hope Bear. Please know it was made with love and our students are always so proud to see that their hard work will touch the lives of so many sick children.
A zebra and a giraffe are best friends but they are showing off to each other because one can do something that the other can't. Then they remember that they are two different animals and they can both do things that the other can't and they put all there differences behind and become best friends all over again
This book is for children who may suffer from low self-esteem, behavior issues, and those who always feel discouraged. Sometimes all people need is ENCOURAGEMENT! Parents/teachers, be sure to always encourage your children/students, and tell them that if they work hard and have faith in themselves, they can accomplish great things in life. Take the time to ENCOURAGE someone today!
Hope the Optimist Bear was created by the Junior Optimist Organization. It is a bear we deliver to local hospitals with a story book written about her. We do a school wide competition for a story about Hope. This story is to help the children in the hospital feel better and leaves them with a snuggly friend for the rest of their stay and beyond.
My name is Amy, I wrote this book as part of a project for
my Masters Degree at The University of Saint Joseph.
I currently reside in Farmington, CT with my boyfriend,
Mark and our Labradoodle, Lucy. We look forward to moving
to Colorado upon completion of my program in 2015!
A bear and a bunny discover relationships can have their ups and downs.
Background: I had started this book as a first year anniversary gift for my girlfriend but as the story suggest we had complications in our relationship and ended up separating. I decided to finish the story and give it to her for Valentine's Day. She loved it and now we're back together and stronger than ever. Writing this book really helped me not only to express to my bunny how much she meant to me but also to look at our relationship from a third person point of view. Thank you Story Jumper for publicizing my book and thank you to all the people who have taken the time to read It.
This wordless picture book is a great book for parents with young children to explore together. After reading the book, take a walk around your neighborhood and see how many faces you can find hiding on the sidewalks.
Follow Logan and Lucy in this fun, easy-to-read picture book on kindness. It was viewed by the 2nd graders at CCDS, and enjoyed for it's simplicity, while allowing children to relate to several aspects of the story.
Recommended age group: 5-8 years
Ask the reader if they have done something kind for someone today, and if so, what? Also encourage them to read the story to you and point out the hidden ladybug.
This is my first book, and I basically just experimented with the features StoryJumper has to offer. I decided to keep it short, but better stories are yet to come! Constructive criticism welcome :)
A short fish tale on helping others and protecting the environment featuring Iridis, the Longfin Anthias (Pseudanthias ventralis ventralis).
The Longfin Anthias is also known as Ventralis Anthias, Rainbow Fairy Basslet, and the Rainbow Fairy Anthias. It is a bony tropical reef fish that lives in the South Pacific from the Great Barrier Reef to Hawaii.
A retelling of the classic tale of Jack and the Bean-Stalk with a kind young heroine named Jacqueline. After Jacqueline's mother becomes ill, a chance encounter with a beggar leads her on a journey up the bean-stalk.