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Writing on the Wall is a short story written in rhyme, portraying one of the common issues during a toddlers struggle for independence while learning the need to sometimes conform to the rules. Suitable for children 2-5 years, but children of all ages will love the colourful pictures and cute rhymes. Author: Danielle Bruckert Sample Text …

 
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This book contains four of our early reader books in one easy to download file. The book contains Supercow, Gecko on the Wall, Bugs by Numbers, and Writing on the Wall. These books are aimed at kindergarten and nursery age children, but also great for early grades learning to read and for ESL. Author: Danielle Bruckert Excerpt: Book 1 …

 
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Bobby Bumble has a problem; he’s afraid of heights. Ridiculed by his brothers about his inability to fly, he retreats into his honeycomb, too ashamed to show his face outside. Bobby Bumble learns to overcome his fears, and what it really means to be brave, in this fun rhyming story. Author: Ethan Crownberry   Text and …

 
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The Witch’s Daughter – While trying everything she can think of to make herself beautiful, the witches daughter discovers the secret of beauty is really about how you act. This story explains an important lesson about what is real beauty, and the importance of being kind to others. Author: Janaki Sooriyarachchi     Text and Images from The Witch’s …

 
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Cookie Rookie – Those cookies sure tasted good. But it just didn’t cross his mind early enough, that it would have worked out better for him if he had asked first. A short story told from a child’s perspective, aimed at teaching children hows and whys of good behaviour. By: Amy Upshaw and Salem de Bezenac, …

 
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Turtle Trouble – Telling the truth, or covering up? That’s what our little character in this story is mulling over. A short story told from a child’s perspective, aimed at teaching children hows and whys of good behaviour, and why it is always best to tell the truth. Amy Upshaw and Salem de Bezenac, Illustrated …

 
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That Worked! – Solving sibling rivalry – Did you ever have a problem with your younger brother or sister? Need a solution that really works? Want to solve the problem yourself? This book will help…..My little sister keeps grabbing the toys I want, what can I do? Should I yell to my Mom for help, …

 
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Bed Making Blues Children often don’t want to do stuff they think is too hard, like making their bed, Mum helps remind someone that chores are necessary, and the quicker we get better at them the easier they are. Another great story with values from I-Character. By: Agnes and Salem De Bezenac   Text and Images …

 
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Fading Flowers – Flowers look sad when they’re fading, just like our faces when we’re sad or angry, but flowers look very beautiful and happy when they’re fresh. A little girl compares her sad face to the wilting flowers, and her happy face to the fresh flowers. What will she choose? A story about being …

 
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Out and About Another great book from the i-Character series, encouraging children to overcome shyness when greeting others. The book also a key point for children about feelings. How to identify our own feelings, and other people’s feelings, acknowledging other people’s feelings, and modifying behaviour to make others feel good. By: Agnes and Salem de Bezenac …

 
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