Teaching your kids coding is an excellent idea because it helps them discover the digital world from an early age. More importantly, they focus on the positive side of this modern technology instead of the negative and passive aspects of it. However, most parents are unfamiliar with coding, so they have to rely on various resources to teach their children coding…
Strongheart: Wonder Dog of the Silver Screen is a fun middle-school historical fiction novel that is based on a true story back in the 1920’s about a movie director who finds a fierce police dog to be his next big star.
Defeated in the battle of Fredericksburg, Virginia, the Union soldiers retreated across the river. There, a new battle emerged as both armies volleyed competing songs back and forth. With the Christmas season upon them, however, Federals and Confederates longed for the same thing. As the notes of “Home, Sweet Home” rose up from both sides, they found common ground for one night.
Holy Spirit Mystifying Scriptures offers short biblical scriptures side by side with digital paintings. This vision assists readers in pondering, meditating or inspiring those who want to get caught up in the scripture and paintings.
Bees on the Roof is a great science educational environmental fiction for middle schoolers. It touches base on bullying, family dynamics, class competition, fitting in and more teen stressors for middle schoolers.
Arriving on the heels of the nation’s highest-selling month for comics in nearly two decades and a billion-dollar wave of blockbuster comics-based films, comes the world’s most comprehensive Bible in graphic novel form. With the help of illustrators and inkers holding Marvel and DC Comics pedigrees and leading Christian apologist writers, The Kingstone Bible releases this month to a generation showing skyrocketing consumption of comics and declining Bible readership.
The Tiny Traveler Italy (A book of numbers) is a cute little board book that takes you through Italy….while counting all the way to 10 in this Tiny Traveler series. Little ones ages 0-2 will enjoy having this book read to them and they will also get to understand a little culture of Italy along the way introducing young readers to gondolas , scooters, museum paintings and more.
Heading back to the classroom this fall is exciting, but it can also be a challenging time for families of children with special needs. The Episcopal Center for Children (ECC), a nonprofit organization serving children with special needs ages 5-14 in the Washington, DC area since 1895, offers tips to help
Dharma Parenting: Understand Your Child’s Brilliant Brain for Greater Happiness, Health, Success, and Fulfillment is a parenting book based on Ayurvedic mind/body types (one of the world’s oldest holistic (whole-body) healing systems which developed thousands of years ago in India and is based on the belief that health and wellness depend on a delicate balance between the mind, body, and spirit.