Yoga Teddy Bear A - B - C Coloring Book is an English letter alphabet book which pairs a yoga pose with every letter. The poses are embodied by a fun cast characters for whom the poses are named. Loveable characters, such as an smiling airplane, a leaping crocodile or a folded sandwich, encourage kids to color, move and explore as they learn. The soft and cuddly Yoga Teddy Bear demonstrates each pose. Every page features the letter in an easy to read font in both upper and lower case that your child can trace to practice writing.
Teddy Bear A - B - C Coloring Book is a powerful tool to engage an active child while using movement to reinforce memory. Each page of this soft cover, black and white coloring book is packed with inviting ideas. Now children can learn the alphabet while they simultaneously learn about their bodies and the diverse world in which we live. Yoga Teddy Bear makes yoga and exercise fun and engaging - and now learning the alphabet can be fun and creative too!
Kids will quickly learn the yoga poses and the letters through K. M. Copham's playful characters. The back of this bright yellow alphabet book reads: "Can you learn the alphabet and yoga too? Yoga Teddy Bear and friends show you the way. Move, color, read, breathe... smile!" The front cover features Yoga Teddy Bear in five yoga poses; on the back of the book the poses are repeated as their respective characters: Airplane (A), Tree (T), Napping Crocodile (N), Sandwich (S) and Downward Dog (D).
The first page of the book features Yoga Teddy Bear in all 26 poses, while the last page features the 26 characters representing each pose. The title page of the book also has a "This Book Belongs to ______________" tag so that your child has a sense of ownership and pride in their learning and progress.
This is a treasury of over 35 bedtime stories. You can meet the bears of Bearborough: Albert, Barney, Bertram, Cleo, Emmeline, Martha, Max, Mr Minim and many more. In this cuddly collection of sleepytime stories, youngsters build snow bears and try to find the end of a rainbow, a daddy bear stretches the truth with his tall tales, clumsy Cousin Carlotta hosts a grand ball, Barney and his mother face flyaway laundry, and Uncle Hugo builds an extraordinary invention. It includes an useful index of themes that makes it easy for you to select just the right story. These tales are the perfect length for bedtime reading, with accessible language and pretty pictures that will keep small children entertained as you read together at the end of a busy day. The little town of Bearborough is home to as fine a bunch of bears as you are likely to meet. There are baby bears and granny bears, opera-singing bears and even trampolining bears! In these exciting and amusing adventures, Barney sees a ghost, his father attempts to paint a masterpiece, Bertram clears out his books - much to the delight of bookworm Barney - and Mr Minim gets unexpected help winding up the Town Hall Clock. Children and parents alike will enjoy reading about the troubles and triumphs of this town of teddy bears.
I told my teddy bears secrets of what my father did to me as a child. How he took away my innocence. The bears will never tell--but I will, because one out of every four children are sexually abused by the age of sixteen. May this book bring some healing to my brothers and sisters who are still wiping away the tears of abuse even in their latter years. God created you for a reason. You have a purpose in liviing. Don't let tragedy rule your life.
Charles Major (July 25, 1856 - February 13, 1913) was an American lawyer and novelist.Born to an upper-middle class Indianapolis family, Major developed an interest in both law and English history at an early age and attended the University of Michigan from 1872 through 1875, being admitted to the Indiana bar association in 1877. Shortly thereafter he opened his own law practice, which launched a short political career, culminating in a year-long term in the Indiana state legislature. Writing remained an interest of Major, and in 1898, he published his first novel, When Knighthood Was in Flower under the pseudonym Edwin Caskoden. The novel about England during the reign of King Henry VIII was an exhaustively researched historical romance, and became enormously popular, holding a place on bestselling book lists for nearly three years. The novel was adapted into a popular Broadway play by Paul Kester in 1901, premiering at the Criterion Theatre that year. The novel also launched relatively successful film adaptations in 1908 and 1922
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