In My Tree
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📒There S A Spaceship In My Tree ✍ Robert West
✏There s a Spaceship in My Tree Book Summary : Know Your Star-FightersBeamer: California transplant to a weird Midwestern town. Feels like he’s living on another planet. Scilla: the gangly tomboy next door. Ghoulie: the class nerd. Add one spaceship-shaped tree house capable of taking them most anywhere in the universe. Hop in and blast off for fantastic outer space adventures in Star-Fighters of Murphy Street—the quirky, funny, fast-paced new trilogy by Robert West.Newly arrived from California, thirteen-year-old Beamer MacIntyre feels like an alien in this bizarre Midwestern town. Strangest of all is the spaceship-shaped tree house in his yard. Surprises await Beamer and his two new friends, Ghoulie and Scilla, when they climb inside and blast off to a universe full of adventure—including a surefire way to make the school bully stop harassing Ghoulie (provided it doesn’t backfire!).
📒In My Tree ✍ Sara Gillingham
✏In My Tree Book Summary : Turn the colorful die-cut pages of this irresistible board book to discover just what makes little owl's tree so cozy. Is it little owl's sturdy branch and snuggly roost? No, it's his loving family! Bright pictures, reassuring messages, unique layered pages and an adorable felt finger puppet attached to each book combine to create interactive reading and playtime fun!
📒In My Family Tree ✍ Sheila Siddle
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📒Who S In My Family Tree ✍ Mike Jackson
✏Who s in My Family Tree Book Summary : Looking through their family photograph album, Grandma explains to her grandchildren the lives of their parents, grandparents and great-grandparents. Includes activities. Suggested level: junior, primary.
📒Stuck In My Own Family Tree ✍ Patricia Webster Stewart
✏Stuck in My Own Family Tree Book Summary : "Stuck in My Own Family Tree" is a collection of nostalgic family stories. Starting with a stern Grossmutter, one cousin's struggle to maintain her family in war-torn Europe, exciting births and tragic deaths, all these family members come to life in these pages. The previous generation of Pat's family helped the Allies win World War II in the twentieth century by patrolling during blackouts and by building fighter planes. One cousin gave his life for our country from injuries sustained at the D-Day invasion. A succeeding generation, Pat's family of nine, traveled to France for a year of struggle to fit in and learn the language. Children recall their methods of coping with school with a French flavor. Each new generation produces family stories of their own, some inspiring, some so awesome they are hard to believe, some just plain funny. Stewart uses her knack for storytelling to pass on tales that will inspire and amuse the next generations. It is a heartwarming trip down memory lane.
📒In My Tree ✍ Barbara Altwegg
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📒My Tree And Me ✍ Danila Marii
✏My Tree and Me Book Summary : A gentle and colorful world of rainbows, magical trees, and guardian animals invites readers to travel afar in order to go within. Inspired by yoga and meditation, this intuitive book speaks to the hearts of even the youngest of readers. "Danila Marii must have been covered in a cloud of magical dust or overcome by a wave of Shakti (yoga's creative energy) while writing My Tree and Me. "The words, shapes, and brilliant colors appear to pour onto the page deep from within, giving life to an enchanted tale of each individual's soulful journey of self-discovery. This book is not solely dedicated to children, but it also relates something precious to adults who allow themselves to be lead back to their true essence. "While reading the book, I imagine children leafing through the pages, playing, and jumping inside every colorful image. I see adults engaging with their child's emotions, joining them on a guided journey that envelopes their senses and expands their emotions. "I truly believe this book to be so very profound, yet so gentle as to interact on so many levels and dimensions. It tackles important issues without becoming overwhelming, instead playfully involving the reader in a mysterious and joyful game. Every child (and inner child) will approach life with more awareness, serenity, truth, and courage after having read My Tree and Me." - Ylenia Malti - yoga instructor, specialised in yoga therapy for children
📒The Tree In Me ✍ Karen Eve Bates
✏The Tree In Me Book Summary : We all have attributes about our lives that we would like to change. Additionally, there may be painful past experiences that directly or inadvertently impact the way we move through life. Although 'perception may not always be equal to the truth', how we perceive ourselves proportionately impact the fruit we produce throughout our lives. The fruit we bare in our everyday existence is what others will recall and say about us long after we are gone. Using this self assessment tool will allow us to metaphorically compare, discover, and identify the roots that feed our appetites; the trunk that filters our decisions, morals and beliefs; the branches that illustriously categorize and display our personalities; and the fruit that is produced as a result of our everyday existence and tell the world who we are. Take this journey. It will change your life.
📒The Elephant In My Tree ✍ Buzzy
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📒The Shade Of My Own Tree ✍ Sheila Williams
✏The Shade of My Own Tree Book Summary : Beloved author Sheila Williams beautifully captures the bittersweet humor and vivid adventures of women who survive the worst life can toss at them—and fight back to claim their right to be free, to be themselves, and to live in . . . The courage to change doesn’t come easy. When Opal Sullivan walks out on an abusive husband after fifteen years, she has only her dreams in her pocket. Her new beginning starts in Appalachian River country, where she sees a bit of herself in a graceful but dilapidated house. Like Opal, the house is worn-out and somewhat beaten up, but it still stands proudly and deserves a second chance. So Opal opens her doors—and her heart—to a parade of unforgettable characters. There’s sassy Bette Smith with her cantaloupe-colored hair and four-inch heels; short-tempered Gloria and her devilish son, Troy; the mysterious Dana, who dresses in black and keeps exclusively nocturnal hours; a dog named “Bear” who is afraid of his own shadow; and Jack, who doesn’t mind hanging out with an OBBWA (old black broad with an attitude). It is Jack who helps Opal understand a funny thing about life: You can’t move forward if you keep looking back. . . . From the Trade Paperback edition.