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“The point is not to pay back kindness but to pass it on”. by emma ugarelli
Julia Alvarez quote means that the point is not merely repaying kindness received but rather continuing the cycle by extending kindness to others. The idea is to share and spread kindness, creating a positive chain of goodwill.
Esta cita de Julia Álvarez significa que lo esencial es no solamente pagar la bondad que hemos recibido sino más bien continual este ciclo extendiéndo la bondad y generosidad a otros. La idea es compartir y desplegar bondad y generosidad creando una cadena positva de Buena voluntad.
Day books by emma ugarelli
As Valentine's Day approaches, what better way to celebrate the season of love and friendship We've selected a collection of books that cater to various age groups, ensuring that every child can find a story that resonates with them.
-Happy Valentine’s Day Mouse Join Mouse from If You Give a Mouse a Cookie as he celebrates Valentine’s Day with all the friends he loves. (2-5 years old)
-The Biggest Valentines Ever This is a nice little story for children about working together, that is set nicely during Valentine's Day. Two little boys start to create a valentine for their teacher, but begin to fight about what the other did "wrong" and decide to go it alone. But when they aren't really happy with their solo results either, they decide to give it another go together. (3-6 years old)
-The Day it rained hearts It’s Valentine’s Day and Splat has a special valentine for a certain someone in his class. Her name is Kitten, and Splat likes her even more than fish sticks and ice cream. But Kitten doesn’t seem to like him at all. And then there’s Splat’s rival, Spike, who also likes Kitten. (3-6years old)
-I’ll love you till the cows come home. Love knows no bounds in this tender tribute to the depths of family love. For fans of Guess How Much I Love You--only funnier! This board book edition features sturdy pages and is just right for little ones (2-5 years old)
-I love you stinky face Even if her little boy were an alligator or a super smelly skunk, this mother would love her child unconditionally. Share this magical book with the Stinky Face in your life! (2-5 year old)
-Little Blue truck’ s Valentine Join Little Blue Truck as he delivers Valentine's Day cards to all his farm animal friends. But as Blue beeps along, he starts to wonder: will he get any cards of his own? (4-7 years old)
. Happy reading and Happy Valentine's Day! #picturebooks #picturebook #kidsbooks
Last Saturday, I had the joy of hosting a book signing event for my children's book, and I'm overflowing with gratitude for everyone who contributed to its success. From the parents and children who attended to the dedicated staff who helped organize, and my son for his enthusiastic and valuable help, thank you from the bottom of my heart.
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We are counting down the days until February 3rd at 12 p.m. when I'll be hosting a book signing for my children's books at Indigo Robson , 1033 Robson Street, Vancouver BC
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New Year by emma ugarelli
My selection for Chinese New Year's celebration.
Peppa’s Chinese New Year" (4-8 years old):
A fun and engaging story featuring Peppa Pig and her friends celebrating Chinese New Year. It incorporates activities like hanging lanterns, eating fortune cookies, and participating in a dragon dance, making it a lively introduction to the holiday for young readers.
"Dragon Dance" (ages 2-6):
A lift-the-flap book introducing the customs of Chinese New Year. Lift-the-flap books are interactive and can captivate young children's attention, making this a great choice for the younger age group.
"Maisy’s Chinese New Year" (3-7 years old):
This book involves Maisy and her friends celebrating Chinese New Year. The story includes beautiful gifts, lucky symbols, and a feast. The incorporation of a narrative about the significance of Chinese New Year adds an educational element to the story.
"Chelsea’s Chinese New Year" (5-8 years old):
Chelsea's family celebrates Chinese New Year, and the book explores the various ways people celebrate this special day. It provides a glimpse into the cultural traditions and festivities associated with Chinese New Year.
"Star Will Still Shine" (4-8 years old):
Written by a celebrated children's book author, this comforting book is designed to offer solace during challenging times. While not explicitly related to Chinese New Year, it may provide a meaningful and uplifting read, especially for children facing difficulties. The universal theme of family and celebrations adds depth to the story.
“Bringing In the New Year" (4-8 years old):
is a culturally rich and visually appealing book that introduces young readers to the traditions of the Chinese New Year. It may not align precisely with the theme of an absent parent returning, but it offers valuable lessons about family, celebration, and cultural diversity. The universal themes explored in the book make it a positive and enriching read for children.
I am thrilled to share these amazing reviews of my book Kenny and His Great Invention with you.
Feedbacks have been instrumental in refining my writing.
I'm delighted when I hear that both parents and children enjoyed reading it.
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was born on January 27, 1756, in Salzburg, Austria. He was a prolific and influential composer of the Classical era, known for his remarkable talent from an early age. His legacy endures as one of the greatest composers in the history of Western classical music.
BOOKS by emma ugarelli
To celebrate Groundhog Day here I have selected six children's books.
'Grumpy Groundhog " It’s Groundhog Day, and everyone is gathered to find out if it’s time for spring. But Groundhog does NOT want to leave his cozy bed in his cozy den. Will the towns people be able to coax him outside to do his job? Kids will love the humorous story.
'Substitute Groundhog " It's almost Groundhog Day! but this year Groundhog is not feeling well.
Dr. Owl diagnoses
him with the flu and orders two days of bed rest. Then Groundhog has an idea- he can hire a substitute! Who could be? (Age 3-6 years old)
"Groundhog’s Runaway Shadow "Phil and his shadow do everything together. But where Phil is steady, predictable, and a little boring, Shadow is adventurous, freewheeling—even a bit rude. So they don't get along so well anymore. Fed up, the two have a falling-out, and Shadow runs off to see the world.
If the groundhog doesn’t see its shadow come February 2nd, young readers will have an idea of where it might be,. (4-08 years old)
"Groundhog Special Secret" A sweet story about a little groundhog Lila
curious about what happen when
groundhog go up there. (Age 3-5 years old)
"A Garden for a Groundhog "Every year Groundhog gets to eat most of the
O'Leary's garden. They decide to plant a garden just for him in the hope that he will be
But Groundhog has other ideas! (Age 5-8 years old)
"The Night Before Groundhog Day" The anticipation is building: Will the groundhog see his shadow? Will there be six more weeks of winter? Get ready for this festive occasion with the countdown to Groundhog Day in this fun, rhyming story (4-8 years old)
“Hoy me gusta la vida mucho menos pero siempre me gusta vivir”. by emma ugarelli
“Hoy me gusta la vida mucho menos pero siempre me gusta vivir”. Esta frase de Cesar Vallejo es muy potente y actual. La afirmación expresa una complejidad emocional, pues reconoce que la vida puede volverse dura y menos agradable debido a desafíos, retos, decepciones y perdidas que enfrentamos en el transcurso de ella. Sin embargo a pesar de esa disminución en la apreciación de la vida, la voluntad de seguir viviendo persiste.
La vida no es fácil especialmente en los tiempos modernos donde las sociedades están valorando más el individualismo, el egocentrismo y la busca desenfrenada de dinero y prestigio, sin importar como se consigue y por encima de la colectividad del bien común, la falta de empatía, de solidaridad, el gran desinterés por los problemas de otros hace muy difícil pensar en la sociedad actual como un todo donde todos somos valorados y respetados, pero sí pensar en el aporte que como individuo que aprecia la vida hace para que en la sociedad actual se restablezcan los valore sociales.
"Today, I like life much less, but I always like to live." This phrase by Cesar Vallejo is powerful and relevant. The statement expresses emotional complexity, acknowledging that life can become tough and less pleasant due to challenges, setbacks, disappointments, and losses that we face throughout it. However, despite this decrease in the appreciation of life, the will to keep on living persists.
Life is not easy, especially in modern times, where societies prioritize individualism, egocentrism, and the unrestrained pursuit of money and prestige, regardless of how it is achieved and at the expense of the collective well-being. The lack of empathy, solidarity, and great disinterest in the problems of others make it very difficult to think of today's society as a whole where everyone is valued and respected. But it is possible to consider the contribution that an individual who values life makes to restore social values in the current society.
Emma Ugarelli (!ndigo Book Signing Event) ROBSON FEB.03.2024.pdf by emma ugarelli
Here are the Event Details:
Signing event for my five children's books “Lou and his Mane” “Yuri and The Treasure Box" “Kenny and His Great Invention,” “Yuri and the Jungle Ribbon" and "Avi the Witch Saves Christmas.”
I would be honoured to have you there to celebrate with me. Please spread the word.
Date: February 3rd, 2024
Time: 12:00-3:00 p.m.
Location: Indigo Robson
Address: 1033 Robson St. Vancouver
Highlights of the Event:
Book Signing: Get your copy of my books personally signed by yours truly.
Additional: free printable and treats.
Emma Ugarelli is my name. I grew up in Lima, Peru and immigrated to Canada two decades ago. I have a Psychology degree from Peru, and I worked as a psychologist for fifteen years. In Canada, I pursued Early Childhood Education and I have been a daycare provider for the last twenty years. I became a writer in 2021 when I published my first children's book "Lou and his Mane". I reside in Kitsilano, Vancouver, with my family and cat Ricky.