Cleo can tie a bow. She learned what she knows from a rabbit and a fox. They can teach your child how to tie a bow, too. This fun picture book is intended to be a family bonding parent-child activity. It’s a great way to learn to tie shoe laces.
Many families miss loved ones when they are away serving in the military. Sometimes the service men and women are away from moms, dads, brothers, and sisters. In this story Dad and the kids, Harmony and Dominic, are home missing mom. Mom is in the United States Army, and during her deployment, she is sometimes gone for up to 12 months. Throughout the book, you experience what the family has to do to cope without mom, all the while missing her. I hope this book is a testament to those families who make many sacrifices at home and abroad so that we can enjoy the freedoms that we have.
Welcome to Mozzi’s world!
MOZZI PRESENTS: LOVE AND OTHER VALUES is the first book in “VALUES FOR A GOOD LIFE” Kids rhyme Series.
Mozzi is an optimistic dog with a unique look and a sensitive, loving spirit.
He lives in a village with his human family, surrounded by friends, nature, and love.
Your kids will be delighted by Mozzi’s sweet personality, the rhymes, and the colorful illustrations, while at the same time, they’ll absorb wonderful values for life, like love, family, responsibility, patience, courage, acceptance, giving, and compassion … as dogs can teach us how to live lives that are full of happiness, positivity, and self-actualization.
It’s a fantastic book for children to not only learn how wonderful and valuable it can be to have pets in our lives, but to learn about the importance of friendship, trust and respect.
The books in the series are suitable as Read-Aloud Books for preschoolers or Self-reading books for beginners.
Virgil is a royally bred foxhound. However, he refuses to hunt foxes or anything else for that matter. The Master of Hounds treats him quite cruelly. Virgil takes it in stride and stays true to himself. On one particular hunt, Virgil did what he always does. The hounds went one way and Virgil went the opposite way. The Mater of Hounds sends one of the huntsmen after Virgil and tells him to tie his whip to Virgil’s collar and drag him back. But when the huntsman finds him, Virgil teaches the huntsman a valuable lesson about compassion for all living things. This is a children’s book for all ages.