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Day by Day Kindle Editions on Sale until June 1, 2020

DAY BY DAY KIDS BIBLE-Kindle Edition In only 7 minutes a day, your child can read the Bible in 1 year! Bible readings for every day of the year Simplified Scriptures for young readers Perfect for readers ages 7 and up Special Kindle Edition Price until June 1, 2020 – $2.99 (regularly $4.99) A Summer […]

PLAYSONGS Musicals: “Why do you charge extra for the accompaniment tracks?”

Good question!  And here is our good answer: Until June 21, 2018, we included an audio CD of the tracks inside the booklet, for a package price of $20 per title. We assembled the book/CD combinations in our office and fulfilled such orders directly to the buyer. After June 21, 2018, we moved our musicals […]

Teach the Whys

“I kept six honest serving-men (They taught me all I know);Their names are What and Why and When And How and Where and Who.”– Rudyard Kipling – As we teach morals, it’s best to tell children reasons for why the behavior or attitude is a poor moral choice or a wise one. When I was […]

Give Specific Feedback

“The object of teaching a child is to enable him to get along without his teacher.” – Elbert Hubbard – When I was taking classes for a Master’s Degree in writing, I was mentored each semester by a different award-winning author. Each one coached me on my writing and critiqued my manuscripts. One semester, my […]

Teach the Importance of Small Acts

“Sow a thought and you reap an act; sow an act and you reap a habit; sow a habit and you reap a character; sow a character and you reap a destiny.” – Charles Reade – In his book The Road to Character, David Brooks wrote, “You become more disciplined, considerate, and loving through a […]

Give Kids an Emotion Vocabulary

“It’s not easy to learn to whistleif there’s no one to show you how.”– Janusz Korczak, King Matt the First – Remember that important milestone in moral development called perspective-taking? It enables us to see from another person’s point of view, to understand that they are afraid or frustrated or overjoyed or worried. Perspective-taking is […]