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A young boy engages his imagination as he looks through his window at night to see and talk to the moon. It's not just any moon; he learns of the relationship between the sun, the moon and the Earth. He learns how it is like his relationship with his friends. They play a game of hide n' seek. His friend, Monisa, sees the same crooked smile on the moon as they discuss being friends like the sun and moon.
A young girl want's to touch the clouds and has a plan. As she hikes from their mountain home, she enjoys the beauty of the flowers and the trees. There are many woodland creatures that she meets along the way. They share their opinion about clouds. Some of them don't like clouds. Find out the best way to catch clouds.
A young girl falls in love with the clouds. Her fascination with clouds starts with the fact that they never have the same shape or color. She sees different animals in the forms of clouds and learns how the colors of clouds mean different things. She even writes a song to tell the clouds how much she loves them.
A family outing to the zoo to see the most fantastic bird named Woo was quite an adventure. Getting to learn about this extraordinary bird and all the other birds in the aviary taught lessons about getting along with others and how everyone is unique.
A series of four Up in the Sky books including The Moon with the Crooked Smile, I want to Catch Clouds, I Love Clouds and I Went to the Zoo to See Woo.
I was born in Eastern Europe, living in Communist Yugoslavia in the Republic of Montenegro. One day my wife has asked me to write the memories of my life in Eastern Europe. I started writing, and suddenly I was pouring out children's stories, one after the other. I love children and grandchildren and just want to bring joy to children.
Paddy is a wee dog in Ireland who enjoys trips to the shore, with his dad, to see the birds. Along the way paddy asks questions to be answered by the reader and child. It is encouraged to have different answers each time the book is read, So that there are open conversations between adult and child.
Ben's Zipper is a story about Children's Organ Transplants told through the eyes of a baby elephant's family. When Baby Ben's heart isn't working so well, his family learns that he will need a new one to keep his body strong and healthy. Join Ben as he visits Dr. Rhine Oh, takes a journey through the skies, and gets a zipper where the doctor tucks in a new heart.
I was born in Eastern Europe, living in Communist Yugoslavia in the Republic of Montenegro. One day my wife has asked me to write the memories of my life in Eastern Europe. I started writing, and suddenly I was pouring out children's stories, one after the other. I love children and grandchildren and want to bring joy to children.
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