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Avi thanks Santa by emma ugarelli
Inside "Avi the Witch Saves Christmas book" you can find a meaning of Christmas.
With sweet rhythms like this one.
-Avi thanks Santa, and ZOOM she races
to see the excitement on the kids’ faces.
“Oh, look, Mom!” says Sol,
“I have a beautiful little witch doll.”
“Now I see,” says Avi,
“It’s all so clear!
Christmas is about giving and
Although I love a good Halloween scare,
I know love is the best gift to share.”
Enjoy this enchanted book for this holiday season, Available in major retailers. #books #kidsbooks #holidaybooks #childrenbooks #children #booksforkids #education #Christmas
Hanukkah by emma ugarelli
"Hanukkah Bear" by Eric A. Kimmel combines humor and tradition as Bubba Brayna mistakes a bear for the rabbi who is supposed to tell the Hanukkah story.
"Shmelf the Hanukkah Elf" by Greg Wolfe tells the story of Shmelf, one of Santa's Jewish helpers, who discovers that there's another holiday that needs his help - Hanukkah!
"Goodnight Bubbala" by Sheryl Haft is a playful twist on the classic "Goodnight Moon" and offers a charming bedtime story filled with Hanukkah traditions and joy.
"Happy Hanukkah, Corduroy" by Don Freeman follows Corduroy as he celebrates Hanukkah for the first time.
These books capture the essence of Hanukkah, offering stories that entertain and educate children about the significance of the Festival of Lights.
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Add a little bit of body text by emma ugarelli
The Stolen Boys, a book by Joy Ellis.
(5 STARS)This book tells the story of a mysterious crime spree that targets young people who wear a rare and expensive streetwear brand called Hybrid X. The criminals are ruthless and well-planned, and one of their victims dies from a head injury during the robbery. The victims are mostly from rich families, but the police find the body of an unknown kid dumped in a trash can. Detectives Jackman and Evans are puzzled by this case and want to find out who the kid was and why he was killed. Then another kid is found wandering in the street, confused and injured. Too many kids are suffering. Is there a connection between these cases, or are they just random events? This book has a great twist that will surprise you.
This quote refers to the inner battle we often face in our lives; we must be our best cheerleaders and not let self-doubt or negative thoughts defeat us.
It is important to recognize that defeating ourselves happens when we let those negative thoughts take control of us. We do not lose control when we lose something; we lose control when we let those thoughts of defeat and self-destruction drive our lives.
We need to embrace both our strengths and weaknesses, learn from mistakes and maintain a positive, humble and empathetic mindset, which are important aspects that will help us grow, and succeed in our lives.
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Without being seen, she lands by emma ugarelli
Discover the sense of wonder following Avi the Witch on her adventure!
“Without being seen, she lands
and sneaks into the Christmas tree stands.
With a wave of her wand, Avi whispers with glee,
“Turn my dress into a beautiful tree!”.
As the branches sprout with all their might,
only Avi’s eyes remain in sight.
join Avi's mystical journey to save Christmas!
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“Either write something worth reading or do somethig worth writing.” by emma ugarelli
“Either write something worth reading or do something worth writing.” Benjamin Franklin, for me, if you want to write something, even for yourself. Write it. Write is the only way that you know if you can do it. It's about putting your thoughts, experiences, and ideas into tangible form for yourself or others.
If you want to do something, do it. Do not get stuck halfway, which you will always regret. It's often the actions we don’t take that haunt us more than those actions that we do.
The key is to embrace both creation and action, valuing the process and the journey toward creating something meaningful or achieving worthwhile goals. Whether it's writing, pursuing a career, or engaging in experiences, the act of doing and creating is where growth, learning, and fulfillment reside.
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The Murderer's son is the first book in the series to follow detective Jackman and Evans.
A woman was murdered in her own kitchen, and the murder is similar to one that happened twenty years ago. It was a gruesome murder that many involved could forget for the horrific details. But this time somebody confessed to the crime, a young journalist who never had any problem with the law but the problem is he does not remember anything that happened, but he is convinced that he is the son of the infamous murderer. The detectives are not convinced, and the do not have evidence to hold them either, but then another similar murder occurs. The detectives join forces with a prominent criminal psychologist Detective Evans knew for another case. Do they uncover the truth before another murder occurs? Do they get the murderers? Follow this gripping mystery. #review #bookreviews #mysterybooks
Reading isn't just about scanning words on a page; It is more than that, reading is about engaging with the content, understanding it, and letting it resonate within you. Just as digestion breaks down food so our bodies can absorb nutrients, reflection helps us absorb and internalize the knowledge and ideas from what we read. Without reflection, it's like the information remains on the surface, without truly becoming a part of our understanding. #quotes #reading #books #authors
books for kids by emma ugarelli
Happy Thanksgiving! celebrate it with your little ones reading a book about this special Holiday.
-"T is for Turkey" by Tanya Lee Stone, is an alphabet book that takes children through the Thanksgiving holiday,
-"Turkey Trouble" by Wendi Silvano, a clever and witty turkey named Turkey realizes that Thanksgiving is approaching, and he doesn’t want to end up as the main course. He devises numerous disguises, trying to blend in as other animals on the farm, hoping to escape the fate of becoming Thanksgiving dinner.
-"Thanks for Thanksgiving" by Julie Markes: This book celebrates the Thanksgiving holiday by highlighting the various things to be thankful for. It follows a family as they gather and reflect on the many reasons they feel grateful.
-"I Am Thankful" by Suzy Capozzi: This book focuses on gratitude and the things that children can be thankful for in their lives. It encourages kids to appreciate the simple joys and blessings around them.
-"How to Catch a Turkey" by Adam Wallace: In this story, a group of kids devises clever and humorous plans to catch a turkey for Thanksgiving.
-"Ten Fat Turkeys" by Tony Johnston: This book features a countdown as ten turkeys gradually disappear in humorous ways one by one.
-"Taylor the Tooting Turkey" by Sandrina Kurtz: This book tells the story of Taylor, a turkey who has a unique problem of tooting. Taylor goes on an adventure to find a solution to this quirky issue, leading to amusing and heartwarming situations.
-"A Plump and Perky Turkey" by Teresa Bateman: This story revolves around a town trying to catch a turkey for their Thanksgiving feast. However, the turkey outsmarts them by requesting various odd items for an art project, cleverly avoiding becoming the main course.
Each book brings its own charm and message, from gratitude with humor and imaginative storytelling, catering to different aspects of the Thanksgiving holiday or turkey-themed adventures.
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These are some of my favourite books to talk about Diwali with the youngest one.
-Baby First Diwali: A delightful board book that introduces the youngest readers to the joy and excitement of Diwali in a simple and colorful way. It's perfect for little ones to learn about the festival.
- Shubb Diwali: is a charming storybook that follows the adventures of Shubb as he prepares for and celebrates Diwali. It's a great choice for engaging young children in the festivities and traditions of the festival.
-"Diwali Lights" is an interactive book that captivates children with its illustrations and descriptions of the beautiful lights and symbols of Diwali. It's a visual treat and an excellent way to educate kids about the significance of the festival.
- Peppa Pig is a beloved character among children, and "Peppa Pig Happy Diwali" brings Diwali into the world of this lovable pig and her friends. It's a fun and familiar way to introduce Diwali to young fans of Peppa Pig.
-Binny's Diwali is a heartwarming and relatable story that follows the young protagonist, Binny, as she navigates the excitement and challenges of celebrating Diwali. Through Binny's experiences, the book teaches children about the cultural significance and the spirit of togetherness during the festival of Diwali. It's a wonderful book to share with young readers, providing both a cultural and emotional connection to the holiday.
Each of these books offers a unique perspective on Diwali, making them great choices for young children to learn about the festival in an engaging and enjoyable manner
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.