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The Night Before My First Communion
A brother and sister celebrate and prepare for this Catholic rite of passage in the twenty-fourth title in Natasha Wing's best-selling paperback series featuring rhyming text in the style of the classic Clement C. Moore holiday poem.On the night before their First Communion, a brother and sister get ready for this important event. All the family is there--family, grandparents, godparents--to help them prepare for the following day.
This festive parody reimagines a classic bedtime book as a lively Jewish family gathering complete with bubbies and zeydes, a dreidel, and a shmear on a bagel. Includes an exclusive latke recipe by Ina Garten, TV’s Barefoot Contessa!   In the small blue room there was a bubbala, and a little shmatta, and then—oy vey!—came the whole mishpacha!   This zesty parody of one of America's favorite picture books offers a very different bedtime routine: one that is full of family exuberance and love. Instead of whispers of “hush,” this bedtime includes dancing and kvelling, and of course, noshing—because this little bunny is a Jewish bunny, and this joyous book celebrates the Jewish values of cherishing your loved ones, expressing gratitude, and being generous.   Filled with Yiddish words, the book includes a phonetic glossary and even an easy latke recipe by beloved cookbook author Ina Garten, who calls the book “brilliant, beautiful, important, and so much fun!”
A young girl plays dress-up with her mother's head scarves, feeling her mother's love with each one she tries on.charming and vibrant illustrations showcase the beauty of a diverse and welcoming community in this portrait of a young Muslim American girl's life.
Yo Soy Muslim: A Father's Letter to His Daughter
From Muslim and Latino poet Mark Gonzales comes a touching and lyrical picture book about a parent who encourages their child to find joy and pride in all aspects of their multicultural identity.Written as a letter from a father to his daughter, Yo Soy Muslim is a celebration of social harmony and multicultural identities. The vivid and elegant verse, accompanied by magical and vibrant illustrations, highlights the diversity of the Muslim community as well as Indigenous identity. A literary journey of discovery and wonder, Yo Soy Muslim is sure to inspire adults and children alike.
My First Bible Stories
Introduce children to the Bible with these beautifully illustrated stories from both the Old and New Testaments. With simple text and sturdy pages, this treasured collection is a joy to share.
This beautiful story about sharing is a joy to read at Christmas or anytime throughout the year!Re-designed in celebration of 50 years of working with Bernadette Watts—one of Europe’s most recognized and beloved fairy-tale artists, this story is sure to win new fans as well as pleasing existing ones!Martin, a Russian shoemaker, wishes to meet Jesus. Instead he finds three strangers in need. After showing kindness towards each one, Martin learns that it was Jesus who visited him three times. Written by Leo Tolstoy and illustrated by one of Europe's most beloved illustrators, Bernadette Watts, this story of compassion is as relevant today as when it was first conceived.
The Christmas Baby (Classic Board Books)
Bauer, Marion Dane
This beautiful retelling of the Nativity story that celebrates the timeless joy of Christmas and of welcoming a new baby into the world is now available as a Classic Board Book!
Jonah and the Whale (Tiny Bible Tales)
Bauers, W. C.
Little Jonah hears God say,Help the people to obey.After Jonah sets sail against God's command, he finds himself in the belly of a great whale. Trapped there for three days and three nights, he learns a valuable lesson in forgiveness.
My First Ramadan
Look! There is the new moon in the sky. It's time for Ramadan to begin. Follow along with one young boy as he observes the Muslim holy month with his family. This year, the narrator is finally old enough to fast, and readers of all ages will be interested as he shares his experiences of this special holiday.
An Easter Egg Hunt for Jesus (Forest of Faith Books)
The perfect book for young boys and girls to celebrate the Easter holiday, learning the meaning of Easter and the love of Jesus through a story of lovable forest animals.A quiet forest wakes up from its winter sleep. Buds blossom and trees stretch their branches - spring is here! All the animals are excited for the season of rebirth, because it means Easter is soon to come! Little Bunny and his friends get ready for the special and important day with an Easter egg hunt. But when Little Bunny makes a mistake that makes him think he’s ruined all the fun, his friends and family come together to help him understand the meaning of Easter - a celebration of Jesus's resurrection and the new life He offers us.Beautifully illustrated by Lee Holland, this picture book will offer young children a fun, relatable story of a little rabbit who makes a mistake and learns how disappointment can transform into hope.
Oskar and the Eight Blessings
A refugee seeking sanctuary from the horrors of Kristallnacht, Oskar arrives by ship in New York City with only a photograph and an address for an aunt he has never met. It is both the seventh day of Hanukkah and Christmas Eve, 1938. As Oskar walks the length of Manhattan, from the Battery to his new home in the north of the city, he passes experiences the city's many holiday sights, and encounters it various residents. Each offers Oskar a small act of kindness, welcoming him to the city and helping him on his way to a new life in the new world. This is a heartwarming, timeless picture book.
Cynthia Rylant takes the beloved text of the nativity story, as told in the King James Bible, and lovingly illustrates it in her simple but bold style that has been called “stunning” by School Library Journal. As she did with the creation story, Rylant has created a sublime take on a classic story that will appeal to readers of all ages.
Ecclesiastes: To Everything There Is a Season
Cynthia Rylant takes the familiar text of the third chapter of Ecclesiastes, as told in the King James Bible, and lovingly illustrates it in her simple but bold style that has been called “stunning” by School Library Journal. As she did with the creation story, Rylant has created a sublime take on a classic story that will appeal to readers of all ages.
Silent Night (The Christmas Choir)
Celebrate the magic of Christmas with this beautifully illustrated book, based on the world's best-loved carol. Rediscover the Nativity Story in all its glory - from quaking shepherds to heaven-sent angels - as the song lyrics are brought to life on every spread. The world’s diversity is reflected in a cast of characters with a range of skin tones. A gorgeous book for all the family to share during the festive season.
Queen of the Hanukkah Dosas
Lots of people fry potato latkes for Hanukkah. In my family, we do things a little bit differently. Instead of latkes, we make yummy Indian dosas. But doing anything - especially cooking - is tricky when my sister, Sadie, is around . . .
This First Christmas Night
Here is the Nativity story brought to life for family time or bedtime. Readers of all ages will embrace this luminous celebration of the miracle of Christmas.
Let it Glow: A Winter's Walk
Celebrate the holiday season with this book featuring real lights that glow with every turn of the page.Set in a winter wonderland, follow one child on his journey home through a snowy landscape. Lights are revealed by diecuts throughout, becoming lit-up shop windows, carol singers' candles, stars in the sky and finally a star on the tree. Told in verse, this gift book will bring the magic of Christmas into everyone's home.
He's Got the Whole World in His Hands (I Can Read! Level 1)
Idle, Molly (Ilt)
Find out what it means for God to have the whole world in his hands. Does it include everything on the earth, under the earth, and above the earth? Discover what God holds in his hands and loves.This is a Level One I Can Read! book, which means it’s perfect for children learning to sound out words and sentences.
Deep in the Sahara
Lalla lives in the Muslim country of Mauritania, and more than anything, she wants to wear a malafa, the colorful cloth Mauritanian women, like her mama and big sister, wear to cover their heads and clothes in public. But it is not until Lalla realizes that a malafa is not just worn to show a woman's beauty and mystery or to honor tradition—a malafa for faith—that Lalla's mother agrees to slip a long cloth as blue as the ink in the Koran over Lalla's head, under her arm, and round and round her body. Then together, they pray.
David and the Lost Lamb (Tiny Bible Tales)
Bauers, W. C.
Tiny Bible Tales, a new series of board books, shares the stories of the Bible's bravest heroes. With gentle, rhyming text and gorgeous illustrations, this book tells the tale of David saving a lost lamb from a hungry lion.Each day, David leads his flock of sheep out into the hills. When one lamb wanders from the rest and a hungry lion takes interest, David rushes to its aid, bringing the young sheep back to safety. This board book combines quiet, rhyming text with simple and colorful art to tell one of the Bible's most treasured stories.
Sally Goes to Heaven
Sally Goes to Heaven is a wonderful, joyous book to help provide gentle insight into the natural cycle of life of a pet, or to share with young children who have recently experienced the loss of a beloved animal. In this book, Sally passes away and goes to heaven, where she lives happily and helps her family on Earth find a new pet. The book includes a removable magnetic photo frame that readers can use to hold a picture of their own beloved pet.
Follow The Star
Make Believe Ideas
Read along and follow the sparkling star all the way through this sweet retelling of the nativity story.
This timely gift book offers a moving new perspective on the nativity story - evoking the struggle of Mary, Joseph and Baby Jesus as refugees traveling in a strange land, seeking the protection and kindness of strangers.Everyone may already know the story of how Jesus was humbly born in a manger, but Refuge is a lyrical depiction of what came next: the new family's travels through the desert, fleeing Herod's soldiers in order to find a safe place to welcome their son into the world. A poetic and refreshing look at the classic Christmas story that's never been more relevant, Refuge asks readers to consider the modern day implications of being forced to flee your home country.
Prayer For A Child
Field, Rachel L.
A prayer full of the intimate gentleness for familiar things, the love of friends and family, and the kindly protection of God. Though it was written for one little girl, the prayer is for all boys and girls, and it carries a universal appeal for all ages and races.
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