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AMAZING MALLIKA Anger Management Children's Picture Book (Fully Illustrated Version)

AMAZING MALLIKA Anger Management Children’s Picture Book (Fully Illustrated Version)

Jami Parkison (Author), Itoko Maeno (Illustrator)

Price: FREE

The artwork is lovely! The story is interesting. The little tiger keeps getting mad and keeps deciding not to get angry anymore…

Kathryn Merrow “The Pain Relief Coach”

Picture Book for reading with the younger child – ages 3-6

CONTROLLING ANGER

Journey to India and discover ways to control a hot temper.

MALLIKA is a tiger with a temper. Her short fuse is ignited first by her infuriating brother Ben and then by a mischievous band of jeering monkeys. Short-tempered Mallika even manages to get mad at herself!

It takes Mallika a while to figure out that being angry is no fun and that a tantrum doesn’t make things better.

India’s Ranthambhore National Park is the scene of Jami Parkison’s powerful story about managing anger. Once the private hunting grounds of maharajahs, Ranthambhore is now a wildlife sanctuary and home to the magnificent Bengal tiger. Under ancient banyan trees and among ruins of palaces and pavilions, this now endangered species rules the landscape. Ranthambhore is home to a host of exotic species, including leaping sambar deer, the regal peacock, the imposing tree-pie bird, and the revered langur monkey. Artist Itoko Maeno captures the mystery and excitement of Mallika’s world in compelling watercolor illustrations.

So journey to India and Mallika’s world and meet an amazing little tiger who learns amazing ways to control her hot temper.

A SURPRISE and added bonus is the “Enrichment Information” which includes lots of facts about India, India’s People, the Ranthambhore National Park, the Peacock, the Sambar, the Banyan Tree, the Cicada, the Tree-Pie, the Langur Monkeys, and best of all the Bengal Tiger. This is fascinating detail that did not make it into the story itself, but is very rich in interesting description.

A second big plus is the “Letter to Parents and Educators” which includes many relevant questions and comments to facilitate conversation with young readers about the message of the story…learning to manage and control anger and temper tantrums. So even though on the surface this is just an engaging story for children, it is also truly helpful in a real way.

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The Littlest Pirate (A Fun Children's Picture Book)

The Littlest Pirate (A Fun Children’s Picture Book)

Michael Yu

Price: FREE

This children’s story was fantastic. I loved how the smallest character was the hero in the end. I think this was the part that my children identified with the most. Overall, Michael Yu’s children’s books are always so joyful and colorful to read. They are a welcome addition to our library.

Emma Peterson

Have you ever wanted to be included in an activity or an event, but were told you did not qualify to do so because of your size or strength? Pirate Pete is a young boy who desperately wants to be treated like everyone else. However, being the littlest pirate on the ship, he is told that he is not big enough to explore the island for the buried treasure. What will he do? Will he be big enough or strong enough for his adventure?

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Weezie, the Elephant with Allergies

Weezie, the Elephant with Allergies

Maranda Russell

Price: FREE

My grandson and I loved sharing this book and took turns reading. He needed a bit of help with a word or two but it is written in a smooth and easy reading style that inspired us to the next page. From beginning to end we enjoyed this book.

Linda Nance

Weezie is an elephant with an unusual problem. He is sick of living in an orphanage, but how will he ever get adopted when he leaves every visitor in a puddle of snot?

This lightly illustrated short story is perfect for children ages 5-11. They will love the gross aspect of it, but will also learn an important lesson about acceptance and true friendship.

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The Three Little Rabbits and the Bake Sale Pie

The Three Little Rabbits and the Bake Sale Pie

Nancy Nuce (Author), Dark Hues (Illustrator)

Price: FREE

I thought I would check out the book and have been looking for some awesome books that teach good lessons to our grandkids. I plan on reading this to all the grandkids when they are here with us. Great job.

Tami H

The Three Little Rabbits and the Bake Sale Pie, tells the story of three little rabbits who devise a scheme to get a pie just for themselves. The reader will learn how their plan is discovered and what happens after it goes awry.

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A Yellow Jellow, What Did You Say? (Second Edition)

A Yellow Jellow, What Did You Say? (Second Edition)

J. Kaylin (Author, Illustrator)

Price: FREE

The poems themselves are fun, too. They are full of witty and ingenuous rhymes and word play. The rhythm of the poems is fun, and helps to move the stories along. It is easy to visualize the poems because J Kaylin is an artist who paints with words.

Peggy A

Author and Illustrator JKaylin would like to introduce you to The Murgle-Flurgle-Flickity-Tickity-Tat, The Nutton Glutton, and The Greatest Me!. “A Yellow Jellow, What Did You Say?” is a delightful ensemble of children’s poetical humor bearing the name of JKaylin.

This highly read slim paperback quickly emptied off bookstore shelves with its first publication in 1994. Yet aimed at an audience of children 3 thru 8, people of all ages still enjoy this inspirational packed volume of encouragement, silliness, wit, and humor. “A Yellow Jellow, What Did You Say?” is indeed a novel approach to children’s literature.

Author JKaylin’s close understanding of children and the child within in us all is evident in this delightfully written and simply illustrated children’s book. JKaylin has carefully put into these pages a liberal amount of insight, warmth, and laughter. He then has sprinkled them all with the essence of Dr. Seuss and Shel Silverstein.

Though this book is purely fun for its non-sense and silly wit, the content of “A Yellow Jellow, What Did You Say?” is also meant to encourage a child to think of themselves as something special, as they learn to discover and appreciate the wonder, awe, and magic of the highly versatile English language and the written word.

JKaylin is an author being described by some professional editors as the next generation in word play and funniness since the humorist writer of the 1920’s, Ogden Nash. “A Yellow Jellow, What Did You Say?” is an asset to any library, including any digital book library that you’ll want to take with you where ever you go.

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