December issue, Guardian Angel Kids: It’s Not Just for Kids

Here is an announcement from Donna McDine, Editor-in-Chief, Guardian Angel Kids Ezine:

The blustery days of winter have arrived and what better way to spend a cold afternoon than taking your young muse on an interactive adventure at the Guardian Angel Kids Ezine
http://www.guardian-angel-kids.com http://www.guardian-angel-kids.com.

Be prepared to spend memorable time as you both explore the monthly features:

A Blessed Bethlehem Birth Flip Book by Walter Lee McElligott

Follow A Star – a Rooter and Snuffle Story by Shari Lyle-Soffe (read aloud by Donna Shepherd)

Children poems, stories, and articles:

“Blanket of Snow” written by Alice Knisley Matthias, takes you on snow filled vision.

“Twas the Night before Christmas, Down on the Farm” written by Ann Ingalls and illustrated by Kim Sponaugle immerses you in the wonders of Christmas on a farm.

“All by Myself” written and illustrated by Samantha Bell brings you on an adventure of one young girl’s determination.

“Nothing Was Stirring” written by Marion Tickner and illustrated by Jack Foster is a laugh out loud mousy adventure.

“Treasures, Treats, and Traditions” by Lisa Hart brings to life the wonders of this magical time of year with a bonus Pinwheel Candy craft.

“Names for Nick” by Carol Douglas, the origins of good old Saint Nick.

Tune your child into the wonders of prediction through Dorit Sasson’s parent and teacher article “Teaching Prediction in Picture Books and Non-Fiction Text,” and by doing so will make their reading adventure that much more enjoyable.

Stop by for a gander and enjoy your time together, for the adventurous world of reading is at your fingertips.

Thank you for your time and interest.

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2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Beverly
    Dec 08, 2010 @ 09:56:21

    I’ve read part of the eZine and hope to go back for more later today. It is absolutely gorgeous and fun.

    Reply

  2. barbarabockman
    Dec 08, 2010 @ 15:41:01

    Hi Beverly,

    Yes, it really is a well-done ezine. I like to go into the painting page and draw pictures. It’s hard to do!

    Reply

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